Earth Cat's Eye Sphere - Energizes LuckThe Earth Cat's Eye Sphere is used to energize one's luck area with a
slow steady growth. The cat's eye element increases one's
awareness/psychic level while healing a person's aura. Your appeal to the
opposite sex will be increased through your aura. You would enjoy the
best of both worlds with a Earth Cat's Eye Sphere. Can be placed
anywhere, but usually in one's bedroom. Stand not included (can be
purchased at a cost of 2US)
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