SONG OF THE SEVEN

Making it rain.  Bringing home the bacon.  Rolling in the dough.  Shake your money maker.  I could go on and on about how money has shaped and crafted our culture.  It seems that no matter what, people simple can't get enough wealth.  Although today is a bit different because we don't live in a bartering nation anymore, the concept goes back to ancient times.  It's a simple concept of those who have more will do better and are more well off.  Therefore those who had wealth in one form or another whether that be horses, cows, sheep, chicken, gold, or sticks were always considered the rich ones.  And trust me, nobody ever wakes up one days and says, "I'm quiting my job because I aspire to be poor and suffer my entire life."  It seems the only point to living life anymore, rather than dying and going to a better place, is to make enough money to survive.  The New World Order has made it that way, so that way people are to involved in the struggle to realize that they are never going to catch up.  But that's for another story.  This story has no doom and gloom.  It's all about being blessed! 

If you are into any type of Asian history, you may have heard of the gods called the Seven Lucky Gods.  They are the seven deities concerned with fortuitous destiny, often depicted sailing the oceans on their takarabune, or treasure ship.  If spotted, the Seven Lucky Gods are said to bring those who listen to what they have to say, the most abundant type of fortune, from whatever areas of life they choose to have it come from.  They do this by singing the song of destiny to them, that way they know what paths to take that will lead them to wealth, abundance, and longevity. 

These earrings have been blessed by a temple priestess and contain the presence of the Seven Lucky Gods.  Both men and women can wear these items, women just have the added bonus of wearing them in public; but then again, I guess men could if they really wanted to.  It just depends how dedicated you are to the magic that is entwines in the piece.   When you wear the earrings, it will allow you to meditate on certain areas of your life.  The Lucky Gods will then hear your thoughts and they will sing to you the right path to take, which will lead to you wealth and good fortune.  For instance, while testing this one of our testers asked about which stock to invest in.  The Seven Lucky Gods sang the future to him, hence he knew that he should buy into.  His stock split four times within the first year of having it.  He bought himself a mansion on a mountain in Stony Valley and retired at a very young age.  He still helps us with stuff, he just no longer requires to be paid, because he by no means needs our money! That's how promising and powerful this piece is! 

Just for kicks and giggles, the names of the deities that will sing to you, when you put these earrings in are following.  You can summon all, any number of, or one of them at any point in time during meditation, while you are wearing these pieces in your ear.  Enjoy, them, I know we did!

Hotei, the fat and happy god of abundance and good health

Jurojin, god of long life

Fukurokuju, god of happiness, wealth and longevity

Bishamonten, god of warriors and overall fate of the individual

Benzaiten, goddess of knowledge, art and beauty, especially music-- she is the one that guides the others in singing your destiny to you.

Daikokuten, god of wealth, commerce and trade.

Ebisu, god of fishers or merchants, moreover the God that brings wealth to those who consider themselves entrepreneurs.

SONG OF THE SEVEN
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