Also known as pi xiu, the lottery god.

The Pi Yao is one of the most popular Feng Shui cures. It is used to fight off the three killings and can also be used to appease the Grand Duke Jupiter since the pi yao is his faithful pet. It’s got the head of a dog for loyalty and the body of a lion for fierce protection. And because it has a ferocious appetite and no anus, it symbolizes hording wealth and never letting it out. Many businesses display this to help them create the atmosphere of abundance and ensure there is no wasteful expense. It is good reminder to help those who have a tendency to spend everything they earn.

It is known for:

  • Good luck and fortune
  • Good Feng Shui or earth luck
  • Enhancing wealth and riches
  • Protecting individuals and building
  • Protecting against evil forces, obstacles and hardship
  • Bringing unexpected windfall luck

Though depending on your other lucky factors like man made, earth made or heaven made, you may win anything from small raffles or bigger prizes.

How to Display

Because he is the Grand duke’s pet, you will want to place him in the Grand Duke sector, facing the Grand Duke, from the opposite sector. You can also place them in the three killing sector in the same arrangement.

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