20 I-Ching Coins w/ Ang PowI Ching coins bring in wealth and prosperity. These powerful tools are very popular among I-Ching practitioners and Feng Shui masters. Originating from the late Ching Dynasty. A secondary use for them is to use them as a Metal remedy to counteract shar-chi generated by the Earth Shar.
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