The most common symbol seen on a money amulet is the “Fu” shape, representing a double happiness sign in Japanese culture. It is believed that this type of talisman creates positive energy around you, attracting wealth and prosperity. This double happiness also refers to fortune and good luck as “to meet with pleasure.”
This particular type of talisman has been used for centuries. The Chinese started using this specific design more than two thousand years ago. Even though it’s believed that the origin of these amulets is from China, Money Amulet has existed in different cultures all over Asia, India, and Africa since prehistoric times – going back to the Neolithic era in Europe.
Some people wear them around their neck as pendants or else carry them inside their pockets or bags. Some prefer to place them somewhere in their house or workplace. Others bury them for some time and then dig them up later.