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Pi Yao ~ Warrior

The Pi Yao is considered to be an infinite, unending auspicious creature of heaven which brings forth fortune and protection. It is said once the Pi Yao accepts you as its master, you are destined for greatness. The red crystal eyes are there to activate the Pi Yao. For who have offended or wish to appease the Grand Duke Jupiter (a wrathful entity that comes in from the West this year of the Wood Rooster 2005), the Pi Yao is an excellent solution. The Pi Yao does wonders when placed in the West for those who suffer from negative feng shui as a result of the Grand Duke Jupiter ('Tai Sui' in chinese). Warrior Pi Yao, focus is on defense with wealth as secondary.
  

Pi Yao ~ Warrior



       




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