The feng shui effect of crabs
Crabs are crustaceans. Their shells, claws, and crab claws are very hard. , The auspicious symbol of the title of the gold list, is a good sign of both talents and wisdom, and rampant in the world.
Crabs have eight legs and the homonym of eight” is “fa”, which has always been regarded by the Chinese as “get rich”. , Representative of “developed”.
The two claws of the crab are very hard and strong, grabbing things and not letting them go, and are known as “the great general of wealth”, an auspicious sign of fortune in the hand.
The red colour of cooked crabs is seen as a symbol of “good (red) luck”.
The crab is also often found with lotus flowers, harmonising with the word “harmony” and signifying harmony and prosperity and family happiness. The crab is also used to represent gratitude and thanksgiving, as it has the same sound as the word for thank you.
In ancient times, there is an auspicious picture of two crabs and a reed. The two crabs represent the second grade, which means “to ascend to the top”, and the reeds are harmonious with the word “lu”, which means “to enunciate”. The Emperor came to the palace on the day of the announcement of the ranking of the examinations, and the announcement was taken from the entrance to the palace and passed down the steps, with the guards chanting their names in unison.
Because the crab is delicious, nutritious and healthy, “dare crab” means to dare to eat crab, i.e. reform and innovation and warrior spirit. The harmonious sound of “gratitude” and “thank you” conveys the virtue of gratitude.
How to place the crab
The copper crab is best suited to urban white-collar workers and entrepreneurs in the workplace, not only to attract wealth, but also to attract good fortune, which can help the owner to be invincible in the fierce competition. It can be placed on the desk of the owner, with the large pincers facing outwards, to fight against villains and to bring in banner money, and to increase gambling luck. Use it in conjunction with the horse to win, for even greater spirituality.
The crab is also known as the “General of Cross Fortune” because its two claws do not let go once they are clamped on something, which means “cross fortune is in hand”. It is also a symbol of being the first person to eat a crab.
The crab also represents the subject of “A”, which means “to be on the top of the list”, so placing a bronze crab in a desk drawer is a good way to help your studies.