Dragon Tortoise Lo ShuThe Lo Shu Dragon Tortoise brings longevity and life that is plentiful in hapiness and money. There is a young tortoise which further enhances the symbolism of long lasting life be it in health or business. They are both looking towards the heavens which is where your wealth and health will be flowing in from. Suitable in homes and offices (for business staying power and wealth). Made of brass and earth buried for extra potency. For extra potency, you can form a "San" combination (placing three of them together looking in the same direction) for more wealth.
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