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Chinese Power Animal Stamps (Weiser News) by…

Chinese Power Animal Stamps (Weiser News)

by Wu Xing

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Bring wisdom and good fortune into your life! Mark letters and papers with your own Chinese Power Animal stamp.

According to ancient lore, an emperor once lived who demanded a roll call of earth’s twelve most interesting animals. The Jade Emperor then commanded which animal, with its natural strengths and characteristics, would rule which Zodiac time and sign. This was the beginning of the system we now know as Chinese astrology.

But you don’t have to know a thing about Chinese astrology to appreciate this one-of-a-kind gift set. It comes complete with a Jade Emperor stamp made of resin, fashioned in classical Chinese style. Plus twelve rubber stamps that fit into the Jade Emperor, along with an inkpad with traditional red ink. An informative booklet outlines the story of just how the twelve animals that make up the Chinese Zodiac are categorized. Each animal is presented in detail and the table of years allows you to discover which animal presides over your birth year or that of anyone else. You will gain insight into your own relationships, love life, and ideal career path. Correspondences with the elements, colors, feng shui compass points, and yin-yang are provided, along with a section on compatibility ratings with each of the other signs.

Use the stamps in traditional style as a personal signature to correspondence, or to add an Asian flair to stationery and gift cards. Because each animal is endowed with unique characteristics, you can use the stamps in combination to spell out symbolic messages, empower documents with special traits, or create special talismans.

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