6 I-Ching Coin Tassle (original)This 6 I-Ching Coin Tassle is unlike the cheap replica alternatives on sale in other sites. Authentic remedy used by traditional Asian Feng Shui
Masters. There is a multitude of uses for this item. It can be used as defense
against your Inauspicious Directions (in accord to your Kua number). They also
bring in luck and influence towards the owner. Also works as a powerful metal
cure to the deadly 5 yellow star (for practitioners of Flying Star Feng Shui).
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