SIGNALING THE ARRIVAL OF LUCK AND FORTUNE, LITERARY TALENT AND WEALTH PERMEATE THE AIR
The wen chang star, also known as the wen qu star or wen kui star belongs to the Purple Forbidden Enclosure, one
of the Three Enclosures. It symbolises literature related matters including fame, literature knowledge, languages and examinations.
Strengthening the energies and power of the wen chang star will bring about smooth sailing fortune in the fields of business, examinations or officialdom.
Admall’s all-new Scholar Ring is designed to increase and reinforce the wearer’s literary knowledge and positive beliefs or convictions in his quest for success and fortune.
In times of economic uncertainties, lucky star wen chang is vulnerable. As such, in the quest for wealth, one will face bigger difficulties and challenges. The wen chang star represents books affinity, literary knowledge, success and fame. It will greatly affect students and scholars facing examinations or seeking academic help, job promotion and probation, and literature research.
The Scholar Ring is a choice for those wishing to seek the blessings of wen chang for it helps immensely in your hardship ordeals in searching for personal wealth and well-being.
Apart from entrepreneurs, students and those seeking career breakthroughs too must cultivate positive thinking as part of their overall planning. This to ensure that one can achieve rising success and enjoy their accomplishments.
The concept and idea of The Scholar Ring guide our thinking and attract positive energies. The number ‘5’, ‘7’ and ‘9’ on the ring’s surface represent direction, relationships and success. Its purpose is to assist the wearer in his life’s journey so that he can be in top form, working towards the right direction, grasp well good relationships and achieve success.
The Scholar Ring is designed to deal with the challenges and difficulties that the wearer face the whole year round, especially in areas of economy and finance. That is also how the 24 number combinations came about. They represent 12 different zodiac signs for men and 12 different ones for women.
For example, men born under the rat animal sign will get the number combination 5796 while women born under the same zodiac sign will get the number combination 6975 on their Scholar rings instead. Hence, the functions of the Scholar Ring is related closely to wealth (the number ‘6’). The number combination ‘96’ in itself symbolises attaining wealth through knowledge and wisdom will rope in success.
There are four numbers on the ring’s surface. When paired with the number ‘6’, they symbolise wealth accumulation through planning.
The crux of the overall design is based on the wearer’s personality and zodiac sign he is born under. Another related aspect is the ring’s jewels and central precious stone. Their colours are selected based on the five elements – yellow represents metal, green represents wood, blue represents water, red represents fire while earth is represented by the colour yellow. The choice of the five elements varies between wearers as it will be chosen based on an individual’s current situation and personal appropriateness.