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    Online Florida Business with Cash Flow wants to trade for Cars and Properties

    Online Florida Business with Cash Flow wants to trade for Cars and Properties

    Online Florida Business with Cash Flow wants Cars and PropertiesA fully passive income stream is the Holy Grail of business. The closest you can get to a passive income stream is a business machine you only need to supply product to and it keeps generating cash flow.My 20 year old Online Business located in Tampa Bay Florida is that type of business, and is looking for interesting trades. It has cash flow, a large inventory of high end Asian Feng Shui Art and Home Decor, a rare collection of Mammoth Tooth Sculptures, plus many valuable Domain Names. The Business has...

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    Ox/Bull: Meanings in Feng Shui

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    Ox/Bull: Meanings in Feng Shui

    Ox/Bull: Meanings in Feng Shui Ox/bull symbolizes virility,power, success and accumulation of wealth. It is a gentle, honest and reliable animal, and is also a symbol of perseverance and determination. As an emblem of spring, ox represents harvests, happiness, joyful news and signs of a good year ahead. In Feng Shui, ox/bull is believed to bring good luck in investments, business, the stock market, career, or in any financial situation. Here are the placements of ox/bull: in the SOUTHEAST of home-- activates wealth and generates prosperity for the whole family 2. in the NORTH of home—enhances career victory, removes obstacles...

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    Good Luck Symbols in Japan

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    Good Luck Symbols in Japan

    Good Luck Symbols in Japan Most people are familiar with the good luck/feng shui items in China. In Japan, there are also such items that are believed to convey good fortune. Below are some of these Japanese good luck items. Beckoning Cat (Prosperity Cat/Maneki-neko)--has one or both paws up, the left meaning beckoning customers and the right meaning to accept money. It is a good luck symbol for enhancing wealth in businesses The seven lucky gods (Shichifukujin)-- they are Benzaiten, Bishamonten, Daikokuten, Ebisu, Fukurokuju, Hotei, and Jurōjin. They are gods of good luck Daruma dolls-- symbol of perseverance and good...

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    Ivory Carving in China: Cultural Heritage

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    Ivory Carving in China: Cultural Heritage

    Ivory Carving in China: Cultural Heritage Ivory carving in China is an intangible cultural heritage. This heritage in fact started in the Neolithic Age when articles were made of bones, teeth and horns from animals. Ivory was an important component of the Neolithic craft cultures that items were made for ritual and religious purposes. Ivory carving experienced significant progress in the Shang dynasty (1600-1046 BC). In the Yuan dynasty (1271-1368), ivory was mainly used to decorate the palace and court and the art of ivory carving went downhill because of the lack of material for private use. Thereafter, ivory carving boomed...

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    Feng Shui in India: Vastu Shastra

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    Feng Shui in India: Vastu Shastra

    Feng Shui in India: Vastu Shastra Vastu Shastra, often referred as ‘Indian Feng Shui’, is believed to have developed between 6000 BC and 3000 BC; and predates the Chinese Feng Shui by about 1500 years. Vastu, the Sanskrit word, means a house or dwelling; and the word Shastra may loosely mean teaching, science or doctrine. Thus Vastu Shastra literally means the science of dwelling and is the ancient Sanskrit manuals of architecture. Originally Vastu Shastra was restricted to temple architecture, but now it has been applied to any structures. The principles of Vastu Shastra are linked to the five elements...

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