What is obsidian?
Obsidian (Obsidian) is a common black gemstone, volcanic crystal, also known as ‘dragon crystal’ and ‘deciduous stone’, a naturally occurring form of silica, usually black in colour. Obsidian has been used since ancient times as a talisman to ward off evil spirits.
What is a natal Buddha?
The Natal Buddhas”, also known as the Eight Guardian Gods, are Buddhist Tantric Buddhists who have introduced eight Buddhas and Bodhisattvas to protect the twelve zodiac signs through the five elements of the Heavenly Stems and Earthly Branches, Twelve Karmas, Earth, Water, Fire, Wind and Air, hence the name “They are also called the Eight Guardian Buddhas.
The “Natal Buddha” is the Buddha whose magnetic field is closest to that of the twelve zodiac signs and whose induction is the strongest. With sincere faith, the spirit of this Buddha will naturally flourish, enabling all sentient beings to turn good fortune into good fortune, have a smooth career, be healthy and safe, and have a happy family.
The natal Buddha for the Rat: the Thousand-Handed Goddess of Mercy
According to Buddhist texts, the Thousand-Handed Goddess of Mercy is one of the Three Western Saints, and is also the natal Buddha for the Rat, with strong magnetic induction for this zodiac sign.
The Dhammapada Sutra says that the Thousand-Handed, Thousand-Eyed Goddess of Mercy is able to benefit and comfort all beings, following their opportunities, corresponding to the five divisions and five kinds of dharma, and fulfilling their wishes.
The natal Buddha for Ox and Tiger: Void Tibetan Bodhisattva
According to Buddhist texts, Void Tibetan Bodhisattva is the auxiliary minister of the three Buddhas, and is also the natal Buddha for Ox and Tiger people, with strong magnetic induction of this zodiac sign.
The Dhammapada Sutra states that Void Tibet is like a rich man who gives relief to correspondingly distressed beings as soon as they come before her.
Rabbit’s natal Buddha: Manjushri Bodhisattva
According to Buddhist texts, Manjushri Bodhisattva is one of the Three Sages of Avatamsaka, and is also the natal Buddha of the Rabbit, with whom the Rabbit has a strong magnetic induction.
The Manjushri Vow Sutra says: “May I, at the end of my life, eliminate all obstacles, meet Amitabha, and be born in a place of peace and happiness. When I am born in the land of the Buddha, I will fulfil all my great wishes. I have fulfilled the wishes of Manjushri, and will be the ultimate Bodhisattva for all future generations.”
The natal Buddha for Dragon and Snake people: Pu Xian Bodhisattva
According to Buddhist texts, Pu Xian Bodhisattva is one of the Three Sages of Avatamsaka, and is also the natal Buddha for Dragon and Snake people, with strong magnetic induction with this zodiac sign.
The Dharma Sutra states that if one can devote oneself to it, Pushyan Bodhisattva will appear alongside all the great Bodhisattvas to guard this person, so that he will have peace of mind and body and will not be invaded by troubles and demonic obstacles.
Buddhist Buddha for the Horse:
According to Buddhist texts,
Buddhist Buddha is one of the Three Western Saints and is also the native Buddha for the Horse, with whom the zodiac sign has a strong magnetic induction.
The Sutra of Observing the Immeasurable Life states that he shines with the light of wisdom all over the world so that all beings can be relieved of the calamities of blood, light and sword, and gain supreme power and majesty.
The natal Buddha for Goats and Monkeys: Dainichi Rulai
According to Buddhist texts, Dainichi Rulai is the principal Buddha of Buddhist Tantric Buddhism, the fundamental Buddha of Tantric Buddhism. It is also the natal Buddha for Goats and Monkeys, and has a strong magnetic induction with that zodiac sign.
It is written in the Dainichi Light Spellings that “As the daylight of the Buddha shines throughout the Dharma world, it also develops the good roots of all beings, and even worldly undertakings are accomplished by it.”
The Rooster’s natal Buddha: Fudaozun Bodhisattva
According to Buddhist texts, Fudaozun Bodhisattva is one of the Five Great Kings of Buddhism and is strong in compassion. It is also the natal Buddha for the Rooster, and has a strong magnetic induction with that zodiac sign.
The Great Sun Sutra, Volume 5, states that this Buddha is seated on a pan-stone seat and is in the form of a child. He has seven buns on the top of his head, his hair is braided on his left shoulder, his right eye is closed, his lower teeth are on his upper lip, and he has a wrathful appearance.
The vow of the Fudao Ming King is: “Whoever is in my body will develop bodhichitta, whoever hears my name will break the evil and cultivate the good, whoever hears my dharma will gain great wisdom, and whoever knows my mind will become a Buddha.
According to Buddhist texts, Amitabha Buddha is the Lord of the Western Pure Land and the Buddha of the Dog and Pig, with whom the zodiac sign has a strong magnetic induction.
In the Sutra on the Beneficial Causes of the Name of the Buddha of Immeasurable Life and Great Events, His Holiness told Ananda: “The name of his Buddha’s light has no divine power to hinder him.”