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Chinese Dragons

Chinese Dragons

Chinese Dragons

One of the most popular dragon designs is the Chinese Dragons. It has been found in the artifacts of Chinese Dynasties like Shang and Zhou way back 16th centuries BC. In Ancient Chinese, it is said that the Dragon is one of the four creatures of the world’s directions. It represents new beginnings.

     


There are NINE CHINESE DRAGONS and each one has different unique characteristics.
  • P’u-lao is one of the Chinese Dragons which act as a protector and alerts one to danger. The dragon that you see on bells, gongs, and singing bowls are P’u-lao.
  • Pi-his brings luck, knowledge and finer education.
  • Pa-hsia is the one responsible during times of need. This Chinese Dragon provides straight and supports to those who call for it.
  • Pi-kau serves to defend one against false accusation, verbal disputes and litigation.
  • Chao-feng is the guardian of holy temples and sacred lands.
  • Chih wen is said to symbolise the power of water over fire.
  • Ch’iu-niu uses ancient dragon music to create “Yang” energy.
  • Suan-ni is also a protector like the Chinese Dragon P’u-lao but focuses more on the protection against betrayal, loss and theft.
  • Yai-tzu is another Chinese Dragon that acts as a protector, specifically against physical harm.


  
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