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  • 5 luckiest coins in the world
    « on: October 09, 2019, 11:48:13 AM »
    The Five Luckiest Coins

    Leap Year Mercury Dime (U.S)

    Many gamblers in the U.S. swear by the luck of the leap year Mercury dime. The "silver dime" as it's also known, is used in the African-American religion of hoodoo to help conjure luck as well. These practices likely stem from Mercury being the god of "the crossroads" or fate, as well as chance. Ironically, the dime actually depicts the goddess Liberty, though it is commonly thought to be the god Mercury.

    Silver Sixpence (Great Britain)

    In Great Britain, the lucky silver sixpence plays a role in all kinds of traditions. British brides wear a silver sixpence in their shoes on their wedding day for good luck. Christmas and New Year's traditions include a silver sixpence hidden in chocolate pudding and a cake, respectively. The recipient of the coin in their dessert is blessed with luck for the year to come.

    Five-Yen Coin (Japan)

    In Japanese, the words for five yen, go en, are a homophone for words that loosely mean respect and friendship. Go en is commonly said between friends in Japan when wishing each other good luck in friendship. Five-yen coins are said to offer good luck with money. In Japan, when you purchase a new wallet, it's good luck to place a five-yen coin in it before adding any other currency. Many Japanese cashiers keep a five-yen coin in the back of their registers for good luck as well.

    Feng Shui Coins (China)

    In China, coins with a square hole in the middle hold a special meaningthe square in the center represents the Earth, and the circle the heavens around it. These coins are arranged in different designs in the ancient Chinese practice of feng shui to help summon luck in all aspects of life. These coins are also often worn around the neck with a red ribbon as amulets to fight off negativity and illness.

    Silver Dollars (U.S.)

    Many coin collectors consider both Peace Dollars and Morgan Dollars lucky among U.S. currency, likely because both of them contain a large amount of silver compared to other circulated currency. Experienced collectors often advise newcomers to start their collection with a lucky silver dollar.

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  • Re: 5 luckiest coins in the world
    « Reply #1 on: October 10, 2019, 07:17:52 AM »
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  • Re: 5 luckiest coins in the world
    « Reply #2 on: October 10, 2019, 08:21:34 AM »
    Hi Ren,

    You should have it checked out because it might be worth $$$$.

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  • Re: 5 luckiest coins in the world
    « Reply #3 on: October 10, 2019, 10:48:45 AM »
    I think this is a normal silver coin.  Definitely need some cleaning.  Who knows maybe it is a lucky coin

    @ren , use washing / baking soda available in u local supermarket, wrap the powder with aluminium foil, & add warm water. Wait several minutes, the dirt would be removed.
    If everything in life is measurable, then understanding destiny would be as simple as counting 1, 2, and 3.

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    « Reply #4 on: October 16, 2019, 03:07:28 AM »
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  • Re: 5 luckiest coins in the world
    « Reply #5 on: October 16, 2019, 07:21:53 AM »
    I honestly don't know, but I just keep any unusual coins whenever I find them.  They don't take much space.
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  • Re: 5 luckiest coins in the world
    « Reply #6 on: October 16, 2019, 08:24:29 AM »
    Hi all,
    Well honestly if you believe in it any coin can be lucky.
    In Asia especially southeast asia have many strange occult practices.
    As well as religious practices.

    Depending on who you go to you can get a coin consecrated differently.
    Buddhist thai monks consecrate coins with buddhist white magic.
    While Ajarns could consecrate a coin with black magic.
    Depending on who you go to will yield various results.

    I've seen Ajarns melt coffin nails and turning them into coins.
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    « Reply #7 on: October 16, 2019, 11:36:49 AM »
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    Re: 5 luckiest coins in the world
    « Reply #8 on: October 16, 2019, 12:10:20 PM »
    Hi all,
    Well honestly if you believe in it any coin can be lucky.
    In Asia especially southeast asia have many strange occult practices.
    As well as religious practices.

    Depending on who you go to you can get a coin consecrated differently.
    Buddhist thai monks consecrate coins with buddhist white magic.
    While Ajarns could consecrate a coin with black magic.
    Depending on who you go to will yield various results.

    I've seen Ajarns melt coffin nails and turning them into coins.
    Many mysterious things in the World.


    One of the coins that quite familiar with Indonesians.
    The name: Thick coin with Rumah Gadang as design (1973) if I am not wrong.
    It is said the coin worth much because of metal content (probably iron, copper etc).
    I don't know, but I have many and it is really heavy compared with its thin sibling.

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  • Re: 5 luckiest coins in the world
    « Reply #9 on: October 16, 2019, 09:20:28 PM »
    Coin is only lucky if metal is your Bazi's favourable element. If not, it will bring you bad luck.

    https://fivearts.info/fivearts/index.php?topic=1089.0


    edit: An excellent real-life example..... an ex-colleague whose most unfavourable element is wood.... When he forgets or have no time to cut his hair/nails, he suffered bad luck. When he bought a 4-leaf clover for good luck, bad things happened so that he was forced to throw away the clover! No joke.
    « Last Edit: October 16, 2019, 10:49:30 PM by ArtofFugue »
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  • Re: 5 luckiest coins in the world
    « Reply #10 on: October 17, 2019, 01:19:05 AM »
    Coin is only lucky if metal is your Bazi's favourable element. If not, it will bring you bad luck.

    https://fivearts.info/fivearts/index.php?topic=1089.0


    edit: An excellent real-life example..... an ex-colleague whose most unfavourable element is wood.... When he forgets or have no time to cut his hair/nails, he suffered bad luck. When he bought a 4-leaf clover for good luck, bad things happened so that he was forced to throw away the clover! No joke.
    I use the 5 element theory on one of my lady friend's Bazi chart. She had run into some very bad relationship in her past and was out of it in the last 10 years. She is a Ding Fire and her spousal star is Ren Water or Gui Water for lover. Her chart is full of Fire and Earth burning and breaking every man coming into her life. So I recommend her to do things that are Metal and Water related activities as below:
    1. Eat sushi(water). Eat ice cream(Metal)
    2. Soak in a bathtub(absorb water)
    3. Go swimming
    4. Go on a cruise

    She eats lots of sushi. She went on a cruise and found her price charming in the middle of the pacific ocean.

    May be the interaction of the 5 elements is actually working in real life or it was just my lucky guess.           

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    « Reply #12 on: October 17, 2019, 09:19:31 AM »
    If it's upstate ny or out in the country side, it could be from Indian tribe. :).

    Maybe, if this person had a Chinese friend or superstitious ;D.
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    « Reply #13 on: October 17, 2019, 09:46:01 AM »
     ;D
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    « Reply #14 on: October 17, 2019, 07:49:11 PM »
    I use the 5 element theory on one of my lady friend's Bazi chart. She had run into some very bad relationship in her past and was out of it in the last 10 years. She is a Ding Fire and her spousal star is Ren Water or Gui Water for lover. Her chart is full of Fire and Earth burning and breaking every man coming into her life. So I recommend her to do things that are Metal and Water related activities as below:
    1. Eat sushi(water). Eat ice cream(Metal)
    2. Soak in a bathtub(absorb water)
    3. Go swimming
    4. Go on a cruise

    She eats lots of sushi. She went on a cruise and found her price charming in the middle of the pacific ocean.

    May be the interaction of the 5 elements is actually working in real life or it was just my lucky guess.         

    Also got food cures according to elements!

    https://fivearts.info/fivearts/index.php?topic=13784.msg165990#msg165990
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