The Pi Yao is a much-loved mystical feng shui creature thought to bring good luck and finance blessings to those who own it. The creature is unique because it is said to have a voracious appetite for gold and silver (depicted in this amulet showing it's trying to gobble up a giant coin) and it does not have an anus, to symbolize that while much goes into it, nothing comes out. In feng shui tradition, this signifies that abundance – money luck – will enter the person who possesses the Pi Yao, and it will not leave that person. Many banks, casinos and financial institutions display a Pi Yao for money luck. The Chinese have long admired the creature for its loyalty because it is said to be willing to sacrifice itself to its owner, in an effort to provide blessings of prosperity. The Pi Yao is said to offer 8 blessings, including overall good feng shui fortune, good Earth luck, prosperity, protection for the home, good windfall luck, accident protection and protection from the Grand Duke Jupiter.