10 Animals Believed to Bring Good Luck
Having an online gambling strategy is sometimes not enough. It would help if you had a little “luck” to go with it – after all, gambling is a game of chance. That’s why it comes as no surprise that most casino players believe that certain animals bring lady luck closer when they are partaking in their gambling activities.
There’s something in gambling that always comes down to luck or chance. Without further dilly-dallying, here are 10 Chinese good luck animals that you should know:
Isn’t goldfish a thing of beauty? It turns out; goldfish is one of the most sought-after animals of good luck in Chinese culture. It’s often associated with wealth, fortune, good luck, and surplus. Funny enough, the Mandarin word for goldfish is close in pronunciation to the word for “richness.” To attract luck, you don’t have to own an actual goldfish. You can have a painting, picture or figure of the fish on hand.
Don’t let their short memory; goldfish can do wonders for your fertility, luck, and marriage. As a matter of fact, goldfish were used to bring good luck in ancient Greek love relationships. It’s also one of Buddha’s sacred symbols and a good luck charm in myriads of places in the world.
If you’re an actual fish enthusiast, this will help you pull double duty. Have a tank full of your favourite goldfish to bring plenty of luck and prosperity for yourself, your family, and even your casino player friends.
One of the 4 famed Feng Shui animals – the Chinese animals of good luck, a tortoise is believed to bring significant prosperity, luck, and stability. If you need luck playing online casino games, have a tortoise figure or picture on hand. You can also have half-shells of the tortoise next to you in your home while playing at an online casino or when visiting a land-based casino (That’s if they allow you in with a tortoise).
Some casino players find it easy and convenient to go “talk” to tortoises at a nearby sanctuary or zoo. Before you spin that slot or wager that Sportsbet, be sure to kiss a picture of your favourite tortoise. And because these animals are known for their wisdom, the tortoise doesn’t just bring luck but can also help you know when to stop.
Rabbits have always been a symbol of intelligence and luck in many societies across the globe. It’s one of the popular Chinese animals of good luck and prosperity. In fact, in some parts of Northern Europe, people used to gift white rabbits to children to bring harmony and help them live successful lives.
Interestingly, in some parts of North America and Britain, it was customary for people to say “rabbit” thrice when they wake up every start of the month to bring good luck. How about the rabbit foot? This one has been used as an amulet for years by people for good luck. In fact, the rabbit foot is something that’s believed to bring good luck in several parts of the globe, from China to Africa and even the Americas.
In many cultures, frogs are seen as a symbol of wealth, abundance, friendship, good luck, and prosperity. In others, frogs are even considered to help boost fertility. And frogs are one of those good luck animals that have been popular for centuries. For instance, in the Ancient Roman Empire, a frog symbol was used as a mascot because it was believed that the animal brings good luck to a home. Down under, the Aborigines believed that the presence of these amphibious creatures brought wealth and prosperity through bountiful harvest.
Who doesn’t love these four-legged friends, right? It so happens that something as natural as rescuing a dog can bring you lots of luck in casino gambling. In China, where a dog is believed to be one of the good luck animals, these furry friends are known to bring prosperity and wealth to one’s home. In casino gambling, a dog can help bring good luck and break down obstacles such as a losing streak.
Sightings of dolphins are said to be a symbol of wealth protection and good luck. When sailors set sail, any sign of dolphins was a welcome reprieve because it meant that dry land was closer. Dolphins are also Chinese good luck animals that can help you advance your gambling ambitions.
Majestic, loving, and full of life, cats are often associated with luck. For example, black kitties are usually taken as bad luck in most cultures all over the world. It could be the colour, but white cats are some of the most famous animals of good luck in Chinese culture. Across the border, in Japan, the beckoning cat figurine (Maneki-Neko) is believed to help bring customers to a business and help it stay prosperous. The most interesting “luck” fact surrounding the cats is when they sneeze. When a cat releases a sneeze in certain Italian villages, people believe that fortune or money is on its way.
Pigs are the staple of good luck charm animals in most parts of the worlds, especially in China. In fact, they have been a sign of good luck for centuries. As one of the Chinese good luck animals, when spotted in a clover, pigs are thought to be a sign of money and fortune coming your way. This belief might have originated in the country farms, but it has caught on throughout communities.
Bats is one of the most fascinating among Chinese good luck animals. When a bat nest in your home in China, it is often taken as a sign of riches and wealth to come. They are also believed to increase your gambling winning insights and instincts.
Elephants are the ultimate Chinese good luck animals. In Hindu, elephants are a symbol of Ganesha, the god of fortune and luck.
There you have it – 10 Chinese animals of good luck. Which are your favourite and the luckiest animal?
15 Feb. 2019, by Ari Waknine