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Hi Cecil
Happy New Year to you!
I've heard that it's good to hang a pair of bells and a red string of 3 feng shui coins on the outside and inside of the main entrance door handle respectively, to attract wealth.
Does hanging of a string of 8 (instead of 3) feng shui coins inside help as well? Or it must strictly be 3?

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Gong Xi Fa Cai!
1. These are some considerations:
2. The lowest common denominator other than the Yin/Yang is that of "The Five Elements" concept.
3. Thus even in cures and enhancements; this concept is used.
4. In short: the number Three (3) represents the wood element.
5. And based on destructive or exhaustive sequence of the Five Elements concept:
5.1. Metal = can be presented by coins
5.2. Three or 3 of something like three coins represent the wood element.
6. Why three coins? Metal "destroys" wood to create wealth.
7. And what better than having the number Three (3) = wood.
8. Thus, some geomancers may symbolically ask one to keep a set of three coins in one's purse or three coins in the accounting ledger. As this is based on symbolism.
9. Often we hear of hanging a set of six coins tied with red string? This is because Six (6) represents big metal and coins = metal are used to help to neutralise some imbalances that require a "metal" cure.
10. Traditionally, these are common:-
10.1. three coins = wealth. And three coins are also buried in areas of the home.. and when one steps on three coins one is said to symbolically stepping on wealth
10.2. For cures, this includes six coins representing big metal cures. While seven (7) represent small metal and often used in such things as placing 7 gold fishes + 1 black (representing water element) in a fish tank.
10.3. In modern times; these are accepted but are not based on traditional cures:-
10.3.1 Some feel that 8 or the sound of 8 represents wealth and 9 represents longevity. And today, some have also used 8 or 8 coins etc... but these are more modern .. and not that traditional...

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On 2/24/2015 1:03:27 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi Cecil
Happy New Year to you!
I've heard that it's good to
hang a pair of bells and a red
string of 3 feng shui coins on
the outside and inside of the
main entrance door handle
respectively, to attract
wealth.
Does hanging of a string of 8
(instead of 3) feng shui coins
inside help as well? Or it
must strictly be 3?


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As mentioned earlier; Three coins can either be symbolically hung or even placed "into the floor".
This has more to do with symbolism.
As three coins represents metal destroy wood to? create wealth.
Thus, if one steps on the three coins; one is symbolically stepping on wealth.
Three coins are meant or symbolic of "enhancement" vs 6 coins or 7 coins used traditionally as a cure.
The difference between them and modern commercial products are:-
1.1. One characteristic of a modern commercial product is usually a geomancer or a seller would or might say: You have to buy this. Where? Buy from me or can only work if bought from me. And often, these are highly marked up and costs "an arm or a leg".
1.2. While traditional cures - usually, the geomancer does not sell them. And may ask you to go buy it yourself. And such cures? These are fake coins and does not costs "an arm or a leg".

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On 2/24/2015 6:41:41 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Gong Xi Fa Cai!
1. These are some
considerations:
2. The lowest common
denominator other than the Yin/Yang is
that of "The Five Elements"
concept.
3. Thus even in cures and
enhancements; this concept is
used.
4. In short: the number Three
(3) represents the wood element.
5.
And based on destructive or exhaustive
sequence of the Five Elements concept:

5.1. Metal = can be presented by
coins
5.2. Three or 3 of something like
three coins represent the wood
element.
6. Why three coins? Metal
"destroys" wood to create wealth.
7.
And what better than having the number
Three (3) = wood.
8. Thus, some
geomancers may symbolically ask one to
keep a set of three coins in one's purse
or three coins in the accounting ledger.
As this is based on symbolism.
9.
Often we hear of hanging a set of six
coins tied with red string? This is
because Six (6) represents big metal and
coins = metal are used to help to
neutralise some imbalances that require
a "metal" cure.
10. Traditionally,
these are common:-
10.1. three coins
= wealth. And three coins are also
buried in areas of the home.. and when
one steps on three coins one is said to
symbolically stepping on wealth
10.2.
For cures, this includes six coins
representing big metal cures. While
seven (7) represent small metal and
often used in such things as placing 7
gold fishes + 1 black (representing
water element) in a fish tank.
10.3.
In modern times; these are accepted but
are not based on traditional cures:-

10.3.1 Some feel that 8 or the sound of
8 represents wealth and 9 represents
longevity. And today, some have also
used 8 or 8 coins etc... but these are
more modern .. and not that
traditional...
On 2/24/2015 1:03:27
PM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi Cecil
Happy
New Year to you!
I've heard that it's
good to
hang a pair of bells and a
red
string of 3 feng shui coins
on
the outside and inside of
the
main entrance door
handle
respectively, to
attract
wealth.
Does hanging of a
string of 8
(instead of 3) feng shui
coins
inside help as well? Or
it
must strictly be 3?


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Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Under the Five Elements concept:

Seven (7) represent metal element (weak metal)
Black represents water element. And one is suppose to place 1 black gold fish.GOLD FISH.png

Here, under the Five elements concept: Metal supports or fuels water.

In general, there is a higher probability of one of the 7 fishes dying. Thus even if left with Six (6) gold fishes; this is traditionally considered fine or ok..

As Six (6) still represents metal element. And (big metal).58c5f1071996c_GOLDFISH1.png.c6f837069b956bf7c0d50ce123355d57.png

Thus, some geomancers instead recommend Six (6) gold fishes with One (1) black fish is still OKAY


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