Pi Xie of Good FortuneThe pi xie (cutely pronounced as peeee sheee) is known as a protective Feng Shui item. It is a creature of good fortune, and is also said to have the ability to help anyone by dispensing helpful protective Feng Shui. Those who feel that bad luck has been doggedly following their trail should definitely make use of this brassy little item.
To use, simply place this item close to you at all times. We suggest the bedside table or work place. Or, for year 2006 you can weaken the negative effects of #2 Black and #5 Yellow stars by placing this item in the Southeast or West. Earth buried for potency and made of brass.
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