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Wu Lou Pendant ~ Health & Protection

The Wu Lou pendant is worn by people of all ages for better health and constitution. Their is a Later Heaven Sequence Pa Kua Trigram on one side which is primarily used for harmony and protection for the bearer. Can be worn or placed near you (be it at bedside or near your work table).
  

Wu Lou Pendant ~ Health & Protection



       




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