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Five Element Pagoda

The 5 Element Pagoda is an extremely powerful cure to absorb and contain all the negative chi in its surroundings. The bottom is Earth, strengthening the Metal on top of it. The next shape is Water, which strengthens Wood and Fire tops off this lovely item in a clever moorish design. Perfect to ward off the negative stars #2 Black and #5 Yellow. Comes with 6 emperor coins with this item so that it can can be used to represent power, glory and wealth luck of the past 6 Qing dynasty emperors. Roughly 6 inches in height, and weighty.
  

Five Element Pagoda



       




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