Globe of Advancement SuccessThe crystal globe creates advancement for those in educational/academic pursuits.
Those in careers can also benefit from this item. Professors, professionals,
teachers, students, and writers are high advised to display it on their tables. The
effects are doubled if the table is also part of their library or study. Many parents
in asia put this by their child's study table. Spin the globe every now and then to
strengthen its beneficial auras produced by this item.
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