Zodiac Harmony Amulet CoinThe Taoist Zodiac Pa Kua coin is a protective charm used by many to reduce any possible mishaps or
misfortunes. Notice how all the Chinese Animal Years are represented. The purpose of this is to help the
wearer to be in greater harmony with anyone they encounter (since everyone is born on a chinese animal
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