Battle Ready Kuan KungHis presence brings forth status, fortune, confidence and most importantly, protection. Law Enforcement and Triad members both look to him for protection and honor in their duties. Families use them at home for protection and unwanted intruders. Businessmen use him for status and protection on their business fronts. Kuan Kong will protect the righteous and true of heart by eradicating all forms of evil and harm. His military genius will provide you with ways to succeed and overcome obstacles while being ready for battle if needed. This item is made of solid bronze and commonly placed either near the entrance of your home/office/desk. For Flying Star Feng Shui practitioners, this can also be used as a remedy for the fatal flying stars #2 and #5. Best placed near the entrance of your home or in your work place. Made of solid bronze.
Also ideal in combatting Inauspicious Directions when combined with Pi Yaos.
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