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Gods and Goddesses Of Wealth

Updated on February 21, 2017

Gods and Goddesses Of Wealth have been worshiped In our world for centuries, their are several Gods and Goddesses of wealth from many different cultures and backgrounds. Pictures and sculptures grace our houses and walls for protection against poverty and job loss. In Indian Culture a very powerful and enduring Hindu Goddess named Lakshmi was the wealth of the land. Her presence represents wealth, prosperity, light, wisdom, fortune, generosity and courage, she also brings good luck. Lakshmi evoked material and spiritual wealth beyond your wildest dreams. In Hinduism and Buddhism mantra's are recited to connect with Gods and Goddesses. Mantra's are ancient and very powerful. Mantra's are words and sound repeated to aid concentration in meditation. Saying words produce physical vibration, repeating mantras create thought energy waves. The Mantra must be repeated 108 times, why 108 times? Well their are many theories, 108 represents a special number, it is considered sacred. There are 108 main energy lines that radiate from the heart chakra. The sun is 108 times the diameter of the earth, and the number 8 within itself represents infinity, wealth and abundance. Their are two powerful mantra's that should be repeated 108 times to bring an abundance of wealth into your life. The first one is Shreem Brzee and the second one is Om Brzee Namaha, these are very powerful chants and should be used for wealth and abundance. This ancient language is called Sanskrit and uses vibration with each sound.

Gods and Goddesses Of Wealth Represent Many Cultures

Celtic Gods and Goddesses

*Teutates God of money and fertility

*Cerunnos God of wealth

Norse Gods and Goddesses

*Odin God of wisdom and wealth

Pagan Gods and Goddesses

*Tara Goddess of wealth and prosperity

Egyptian Gods and Goddesses

* Horus God of success

* Renenet Goddess of wealth

East African Gods and Goddesses

* Wamala God of wealth and prosperity

* Anayaroli God of Wealth

West African Gods and Goddesses

* Ashiakle Goddess of wealth and prosperity

* Aje Goddess of wealth and prosperity, and earth

*Osanobua wealth prosperity, Health and healing

Nubian Gods and Goddesses

*Dedwen God of Wealth and prosperity

Buddhist Gods and Goddesses

* Saubhagya-Bhuvanesvari Goddess of Good luck, fortune and prosperity

Chinese Gods and Goddesses

* Tsai Shen God of wealth

Roman Gods and Goddesses

* Fortuna Goddess of luck, fortune and fate

* Abundantia Goddess of Luck, abundance and prosperity, she distributed food and money from a cornucopia.

* Copia Goddess of wealth and plenty

* Sors God of Luck

* Pluto God of Wealth, was associated purely with a bounty of rich harvests, wealth of the land.

*Moneta Goddess of wealth prosperity and good council.

Hindu Gods and Goddess

* Kubera God of wealth and prosperity

* Shreem God of wealth

How To Pronounce Shreem Brzee 108 Repetitions

How To Pronounce Om Brzee Namaha 108 Repetitions


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      Eric Daty 15 months ago

      Just asking, so many Gods and Goddesses Of Wealth but still there's are more poor people in india?

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      SOLOMON CHI 2 years ago


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      jeremy 2 years ago

      yes can aprint of the tree kissing be purchased?

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      Amy 2 years ago

      The picture of the 2 people forming a tree is beautiful, could this be purchased in a print?

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      January Moon 5 years ago from NY, Now Living in Atlanta Ga

      @Jencochrane Your so welcome and thanks for posting it :-)

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      JenCochrane 5 years ago

      Thanks for using my Om Brzee Namaha video! I hope it helps everyone. :-)

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      January Moon 5 years ago from NY, Now Living in Atlanta Ga

      @Dexter Thanks and it will come soon :-)

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      Dexter Yarbrough 5 years ago from United States

      Hi Cherrycrime. I enjoyed this. Now just waiting on the wealth!!

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      January Moon 5 years ago from NY, Now Living in Atlanta Ga

      @seeker7 Thank You so much, I'm glad you enjoyed it :-)

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      Helen Murphy Howell 5 years ago from Fife, Scotland

      A fascinating hub! It is really mind blowing to see all the deities that symbolise wealth! the art work in the hub is also beautiful!

      I liked the videos as well - very useful. Often you read names but you have no idea of the proper pronounciation.

      This was a beautiful and very enjoyable hub to read. Voted up awesome!