Bat Lock Coin w/ Mystic KnotThe Bat Lock for Safeguarding Wealth coin amulet is popular for home owners and business people for making sure their existing wealth and resources are secure so they can pursue more of it. It has a bat perched on top, imbuing it with auspicious meanings of good fortune and happiness. It also has all the twelve animals of the Chinese Zodiac and their corresponding Earthly Branches on one side with Ba Gua for protective purposes. Comes with a mystic knot attached to it to amplify its effects. Many users will like to hang it near their door or sources of wealth which could range from their computer, safe, cash counter, or even room.
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