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Lal Kitab Ramedies
Lal Kitab Ramedies is ancient wisdom handed down by our ancestors and have been in use throughout the Orient for many years. To the best of our knowledge, we guarantee that all information on this website are sincere representation of the subject and makes no claim for absolute effectiveness.

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Lal Kitab Ramedies tips for your home
1) There should be no shoes or slippers lying around outside the main door of your house. Remove it if you can. Allow that space at the main door to be free and clear. The chi (energy) rides with the wind and will collect all the smell of those shoes and slippers into your house causing sickness. Ch’i then travels about in your house looking for water to stay but if there are no water fountains or fish tanks, then the Ch’i will be dispersed by wind.

2) There should be no television sets in your bedrooms: If you cannot get rid of that habit then after watching the television cover it with a plastic table cloth. Remember it has to be plastic and not simply cloth.

3) There should be no mirrors opposite your bed or at the side of your bed. Mirrors opposite the bed can attract a third party to the relationship. Therefore, do not place mirrors anywhere you like and especially in your bedroom.

   
All of your personal directions are gender and birthday related, which is why there aren’t any one-size-fits-all personal directional influences in Classical Lal Kitab Ramedies. Most
consultants work with just your personal Trigram’s 45˚ directions, because they have no idea that you have even more powerful personal 15˚ directions that can over-ride the influences of your basic 45˚ personal Trigram directions.

In fact, only 5% of all Lal Kitab Ramedies experts world-wide have the knowledge necessary to determine ALL nine of your personal 15˚ directions, including your:

* Prosperous * Consuming * Valued Friends * Luck & Romance * Robbery * Creative (right brain) * Analytical (left brain)

   
• Laughing Buddha
The laughing Buddha is regarded as one of the most auspicious Gods of wealth. It brings prosperity, success and financial gains to the house

• Fuk Luk Sau
Known as Fuk Luk Sau, these Deities represent the three most important Lal Kitab Ramedies Gods of health, wealth and happiness. The 1st Deity (Sau) carries a bottle of nectar and represents longevity. Fuk, the 2nd deity, represents wealth and enhanced income. The 3rd deity (Luk) represents the power and class

• Three Legged Toad
A three legged Toad with a coin in his mouth is supposed to be a very auspicious animal. It is supposed to increase and protect your wealth and prosperity. However, the placement of this toad is very very important. It should be placed inside the main door of our House or Office

• Dragon Headed Tortoise With Baby
his legendary symbol combines the awesome powers and attributes of the dragon and the tortoise. These are two of the most spiritually endowed creatures of Chinese symbolism

• Arowana Fish
Fishes are considered to be representative of unlimited wealth in Lal Kitab Ramedies. Therefore many type of fishes are used to create positive energy.

• Coin With Bells
Two bells tied together with three Chinese coins is yet another very auspicious Lal Kitab Ramedies item used for bringing money luck and positive Chi energy into your house

• Laughing Buddha
The laughing Buddha is regarded as one of the most auspicious Gods of wealth. It brings prosperity, success and financial gains to the house

• Fuk Luk Sau
Known as Fuk Luk Sau, these Deities represent the three most important Lal Kitab Ramedies Gods of health, wealth and happiness. The 1st Deity (Sau) carries a bottle of nectar and represents longevity. Fuk, the 2nd deity, represents wealth and enhanced income. The 3rd deity (Luk) represents the power and class

• Swastik - Om – Trishul
Ancient Chinese people used to display pious and religious symbols out side their houses to woard of evil spirits and attract good luck and fortune to them

• Tri Shakti Symbol
Ancient Chinese people used to display pious and religious symbols out side their houses to woard of evil spirits and attract good luck and fortune to them.

• Golden Plated Ingot
Gold Ingots are extremely auspicious because they signify wealth and material assets, representing savings and worth. 

• Dragon Ship
A Ship filled with Gold coins and ingots is very popular in China and is considered very lucky for enhancing Business luck.

• Triple Tortoise
Lal Kitab Ramedies Tortoise is found to bring good Chi to your house.

• Bejeweled Metal Turtle
Turtle is one of the four celestial animals in Lal Kitab Ramedies. A turtle has very long life and therefore it represents longevity and good luck.

• Bamboo Plant
Bamboo Tree is considered to be very auspicious in Chinese Astrology. It is the plant that is recommended by Lal Kitab Ramedies masters and practitioners for wealth and prosperity.

• Dragon Headed Tortoise With Baby
his legendary symbol combines the awesome powers and attributes of the dragon and the tortoise. These are two of the most spiritually endowed creatures of Chinese symbolism

• Arowana Fish
Fishes are considered to be representative of unlimited wealth in Lal Kitab Ramedies. Therefore many type of fishes are used to create positive energy.

• Coin With Bells
Two bells tied together with three Chinese coins is yet another very auspicious Lal Kitab Ramedies item used for bringing money luck and positive Chi energy into your house

• Crystal Globe
The Crystal Globe is widely used as an important tool in Lal Kitab Ramedies by the businessmen and students.

• Chinese Coins
In Lal Kitab Ramedies, hanging the coins on the door handles is an excellent way to bring the money luck into your home.You can hang three old Chinese Wealth Coins, tied with a red ribbon or a thread on the door handle.

• Education Tower
The Education Tower is said to possess certain powers, which helps to transform unruly minds into well-disciplined minds. It is a concentration enhancer for those who wish to achieve academic success.

• Mandarin Ducks
In Lal Kitab Ramedies, Mandarin Duck is one of the symbols for Love and Romance. Always put the mandarin ducks as a pair as they symbolize togetherness.

• Love Birds
Love birds are supposed to represent love and romance between two lovers or husband and wife.

• Pa Kua Mirror
A Pa kua Mirror consists of a round convex mirror mounted at the centre of an octagonal- shaped Pa Kua. In the Pa Kua all sectors are represented with their respective colors and symbols.

• Pyramid
“Empowers your vehicle with positive energy shield for accident safety!” 

• Crystal Ball
A beautiful crystal ball with multiple facets and a hole through which a thread can be passed for hanging this crystal ball.

• Wind Chimes
Wind chimes, also called magic bells, holds a significant presence in Lal Kitab Ramedies.

• Three Legged Toad
A three legged Toad with a coin in his mouth is supposed to be a very auspicious animal. It is supposed to increase and protect your wealth and prosperity. However, the placement of this toad is very very important. It should be placed inside the main door of our House or Office

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