Fausta Felicitas is an ancient Roman Goddess of Good Fortune and Lucky Happenstance. Her name is essentially two words of the same meaning, likely doubled up for emphasis, for fausta in the Latin is the adjective “favorable” or “auspicious”, while felicitas is the noun meaning “luck”, “good fortune” or “happiness”; Her name can be translated as the nicely redundant “Lucky Luck”, though “She of Auspicious Good Fortune” probably sounds better. Depictions usually show her holding a caduceus, symbol of health, and a cornucopia, symbol of wealth.
The energy of Goddess Fausta Felicitas help you with:
Protection Health Peace Luck Happiness Prosperity Abundance Good auspicious Success Victory
Daikokuten or Daikoku is widely known in Japan as the happy-looking god of wealth, farmers, food, and good fortune, although in earlier centuries he was considered a fierce warrior deity. The oldest extant image of Daikokuten in Japan is dated to the late Heian period (794-1185) and installed at Kanzeonji Temple (Fukuoka prefecture). The statue depicts the deity with a fierce expression, reminding us of his Hindu origin as a war god, as does the late-Heian sculpture of Daikoku at Kongōrinji Temple (Shiga prefecture), which shows him dressed in armor.
Daikoku’s magic mallet is sometimes also inscribed with icons symbolizing the male and female principles, and at other times with a pear-shaped insignia consisting of three rings. These symbols suggest that sexual energy can be a powerful source of wealth and prosperity. Daikoku´s Jewel Empowerment will help you with:
Patience and good mood
Prosperity and Wealth
In Greek mythology, Caerus (Greek: Καιρός, Kairos) was the personification of opportunity, luck and favorable moments. He was depicted with only one lock of hair. His Roman equivalent was Occasio or Tempus. Caerus is called the youngest child of Zeus.
Caerus is the due measure that achieves the aim. This god brings about what is convenient, fit, and comes in the right moment.
Kairos Empowerment will help you with:
New opportunities Win time Favorable opportunities Good fortune Seize the time Happy coincidence Timing Living the now Enjoy the time in your benefit…
Budai (pinyin: Bùdài), pronounced Hotei in Japanese, Bodai in Vietnamese, is a Chinese folkloric deity. His name means “Cloth Sack,”and comes from the bag that he is conventionally depicted as carrying. He is usually identified with (or as an incarnation of) Maitreya Buddha, so much so that the Budai image is one of the main forms in which Maitreya Buddha is depicted in East Asia. He is almost always shown smiling or laughing, hence his nickname in Chinese, the Laughing Buddha (pinyin: xiàofó).
Budai is traditionally depicted as a fat bald man wearing a robe and wearing or otherwise carrying prayer beads. He carries his few possessions in a cloth sack, being poor but content. He is often depicted entertaining or being followed by adoring children. His figure appears throughout Chinese culture as a representation of contentment. His image graces many temples, restaurants, amulets, and businesses.
Budai Empowerment will help you with:
Good luck Wealth and prosperity Happiness Generosity Wisdom Open kindheartedness Contentment Spiritual enlightenment Good and loving character…
Fortuna is the Roman Goddess of Luck, Fate, and Fortune, as Her name implies. She was a very popular Goddess, and was worshipped under many epithets depending on the type of luck one wished to invoke or the circumstances in play.
The energy of the Goddess Fortuna will help you with: