The third is undeciphrable. Could you please tell me: does it
mean something, or if it is only an HOAX???
My guess would be that you're looking at the three
ingredients of a happy life: happiness (fu2), prosperity (lu4), and longevity
(shou4). Shou4 is a bear of a character to remember how to write even though
it has only fourteen strokes -- probably because of all the horizontal lines.
If you can't find "shou4" phonetically in whatever resource you're using, try
looking under the three-stroke "scholar" radical and then eleven additional
strokes. Together, these three are personified as deities, "The Three Stars".
"Longevity" is an old bald guy holding a staff and a peach (another longevity
symbol). I think these are Taoist deities rather than Buddhist, but there's a
lot of mixing and matching. Anyway, if that ain't it, let me