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Posted by Imperial Harvest on 07 August 2020

The Significance of Seventh Lunar Month

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The 15th day of the seventh lunar month marks an important festival where the Chinese offer food and entertainment for their ancestors. Over the years, it has evolved into a month-long celebration where we honour the contributions of ancestors and express our gratitude for their contributions and commitments in our lives.

The origin of the Hungry Ghost Festival / Seventh Lunar Month Festival

Origins of the Hungry Ghost Festival can be traced to the famous Buddhist tale, titled “Mulian Rescues his Mother”.

Legend has it that Mulian travelled to the underworld to rescue his mother who was reincarnated as a hungry ghost. His filial piety moved the Buddha who eventually decreed 15th day of seventh lunar month to be the official date where the hungry ghosts would be released from the underworld and the living would have a chance to express gratitude to their ancestors through grand feast offerings and entertainment performances.

Underneath the superficial association with unluckiness, it is a festival that celebrates important values like filial piety and gratitude.

Honouring the cultural significance of the Seventh Lunar Month

To celebrate this important festival, Imperial Harvest honours these important moral values and significance behind the Seventh Lunar Month festival with three important collections.

1. Investment God of Wealth –  Tua Di Ya Pek

Tua Di Ya Pek are two deities in Chinese cultures in charge of escorting the spirits of the dead to the underworld. They are subordinates of the King of the Underworld, and are worshipped as fortunes deities in Chinese temples across the world.

During the Seventh Month, when the gates of the Underworld are opened, Tua Di Ya Pek would reveal themselves to certain individuals, rewarding the person for doing good deeds by blessing them with auspicious indirect luck.

Known religiously as the Investment God of Wealth, Tua Di Ya Pek is also the grand indirect wealth god – one of the most closely guarded Feng Shui secrets used by clients working in top proprietary trading companies, big fund houses and investment management companies. Tua Ya Pek helps its destined owner to spot winning investments and trade opportunities that generate explosive returns, as well as occasionally blessing them with windfalls to further acquire more assets.

2. Windfall God of Wealth – Zhong Kui

Zhong Kui is a deity within the Chinese cultures, known as the King of the Ghosts and is traditionally regarded as a vanquisher of ghosts and evil beings, being reputedly able to command an army of otherworldly beings.

Gifted academically due to his intelligence and resourcefulness, Zhong Kui was entrusted with the title of the King of the Ghosts and is in charge of capturing evil energies within the human realm, blessing those he saved with extraordinary indirect luck to attain massive windfalls to start afresh in life.

In modern times, Zhong Kui is widely worshipped as the Windfall God of Wealth, blessing individuals with windfall luck to achieve massive windfalls while removing malefactors in their path. The definition of windfall/indirect wealth (偏财) refers to an unexpected source of income. The windfall income is generally sizable and 10-100 times larger than your monthly income. The Fine Jadeite Zhong Kui is ideal for those who are looking for massive breakthroughs in their financial portfolio, accumulation of financial assets and removal of malefactors.

3. Sandalwood

As Zhong Kui and Tua Di Ya Pek are both indirect wealth gods, Sandalwood serves as the gateway to expand your indirect wealth capacities in order to fully maximise the enhanced indirect energies from the indirect wealth gods. Sandalwood’s ability to expand the indirect wealth capacity amplifies the effects from Tua Di Ya Pek and Zhong Kui, which are the  income potential we derive from our investment, trading and other infrequent sources of income.

Every piece from the Imperial Harvest Sandalwood collection is derived from Old Mountain Sandalwood trees that are at least 80 years of age before they are logged to create the finest sandalwood collection.

India Old Mountain Sandalwood (Yellow Meat)

Yellow India Old Mountain Sandalwood 印度老山檀香 (黄肉) belongs the basic tier of the India Old Mountain Sandalwood as it is freshly logged without undergoing the process of fermentation.

India Old Mountain Sandalwood (Red Meat)

Red India Old Mountain Sandalwood 印度老山檀香 (红肉) belongs to the premium tier of the India Old Mountain Sandalwood, being harvested from the stems of the India Old Mountain Sandalwood tree.

India Old Mountain Sandalwood (Black Meat)

Black India Old Mountain Sandalwood 印度老山檀香(黑肉) belongs to the most premium tier of the India Old Mountain Sandalwood and is harvested from the roots of the India Old Mountain Sandalwood.

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