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Brass Abundance Buddha

The Travelling Buddha of Abundance is one of the most powerful success and wealth enhancers. His full rucksack and trailing fish provides abundance in one's desires. He is in motion, and thus your life will always be in a state of fruitful progress. His smile is aimed at you, knowing that your troubles will be gone shortly with good news. This item is made of heavy brass, unlike other resin materials. Place him near where your right hand will be (desk, mouse, etc.) so that he will always be smiling in your fortune. Place it on your business proposal to make sure he will bring it back with good news.
  

Brass Abundance Buddha



       




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