Heavenly KingsThe four heavenly kings are known as Dharma Protectors by Mahayana Buddhists. The hour heavenly kings are
shown as alert and ready to ward off negative influences and they are said to be powerful protectors for
those requiring protection from evil demons and sprits. With them in you home, it is believed that
righteousness, honesty and good moral character will prevail. The Guardian of the East is Mo Li Ching. He
carried a spear and a magic sword. Place Him in the east of your home. The Guardian of West is Mo Li Hai.
He carries a four strings guitar and place Him in the west of your home. The Guardian of South is Mo Li
Hung. He holds a magic umbrella. Place Him in the west. The Guardian of North is Mo Li Shou. He carries a
pearl in one hand and a snake in the other.
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