Majestic RhinocerosThe large bronze Majestic Rhinoceros is used to protect the owner's homes against robbery, accidents and other entities of physical harm. The violent red star #7 (Flying Star Feng Shui) comes in from the South this year and the Rhinorceros will be vital in combatting this annual affliction for all homes. The #5 Accident Star will also be negated by the heavy metal element of the rhino. If you are to use it a home, it will be placed optimally when it has a view of the outside of your home (e.g. by a windowsill).
This item can also be used in offices to deter office politics, business competitors from succeeding and backstabbing. When used in office, let the Rhinoceros have a good view of behind your back to make sure your rear guard is protected. Each Rhino may have a slight different design on its armor. Very popular if you are facing very stiff competition, who may not always play fair.
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