Pi Yao TalismanIntricately designed amulet meant for protection against bad feng shui caused by the Grand Duke Jupiter (a wrathful negative entity) in which the Pi Yao will play the central role of appeasing the Tai Sui. Specially designed for this year to counter the #3 star and represents the fire element (from its shape) to negate the quarrelsome star. Very classy and the picture does it no justice.
The Pi Yao is considered to be an infinite, unending auspicious creature of heaven which brings forth fortune and protection. It is said once the Pi Yao accepts you as its master, you are destined for greatness.
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