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Two-faced Ghost of Impermanence Zippo Lighter Case

$169.00
Black & White Wuchang are two deities in charge of escorting the spirits of the dead to the Underworld.They are worshiped as fortune deities and are represented as a single being - known as the Wuchang Ghost, literally "Ghost of Impermanence". Depending on the person it encounters, the Wuchang Ghost can appear as either a fortune deity who rewards the person for doing good deeds or a malevolent deity who punishes the person for committing evil.
The White Ghost on the front side is the snow-fair complexioned man wearing a tall hat bearing the words "Become Rich Upon Encountering Me" (一見發財 / 一見生財), "Become Lucky Upon Encountering Me" (一見大吉). The Black Ghost is typically represented as a dark complexioned man wearing a hat bearing the words "Peace to the World" (天下太平). The ferocious snarls on their faces and long red tongue sticking out the mouth to scare away evil spirits. 

Black & White Wuchang are two deities in charge of escorting the spirits of the dead to the Underworld.They are worshiped as fortune deities and are represented as a single being - known as the Wuchang Ghost, literally "Ghost of Impermanence". Depending on the person it encounters, the Wuchang Ghost can appear as either a fortune deity who rewards the person for doing good deeds or a malevolent deity who punishes the person for committing evil.
The White Ghost on the front side is the snow-fair complexioned man wearing a tall hat bearing the words "Become Rich Upon Encountering Me" (一見發財 / 一見生財), "Become Lucky Upon Encountering Me" (一見大吉). The Black Ghost is typically represented as a dark complexioned man wearing a hat bearing the words "Peace to the World" (天下太平). The ferocious snarls on their faces and long red tongue sticking out the mouth to scare away evil spirits. 

Lighter case fits most standard Zippo lighters.
Available in brushed Tibetan Silver, Mirror Finish Shinny Silver, Yellow Brass and Purple Copper.
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