Chi Lins for 3 KillingsThis specific set of three Chi Lins (also known as Dragon Horses) is meant to combat the negative 3 Killings which comes in from the North this year of the Fire Dog 2006. The 3 Killings are a time based affliction and will occur each year, making it necessary to have a set/trio of these protective animals.
The Chi Lin's presence attracts the powerful cosmic breath of the dragon, bring good fortune/luck to those residing in the abode. Displaying the Chi Lin at the workplace represents good fortune in promotions for those wanting advancements in their career.
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