Kuan KungKuan Kung's stance doubles up as a battle stance. His presence brings forth status, fortune,
confidence and most importantly, protection. Law Enforcement and Triad members both look
to him for protection and honor in their duties. Families use them at home for
protection and unwanted intruders. Businessmen use him for status and protection on their
business fronts. Kuan Kong will protect the righteous and true of heart by eradicating
all forms of evil and harm. His military genius will provide you with ways to succeed
and overcome obstacles while being ready for battle if needed.
This item is made of solid bronze and commonly placed either near the entrance of your
home/office/desk. For Flying Star Feng Shui practitioners, this can also be used as a
remedy for the fatal flying stars #2 and #5. Can also be combined with the God of Wealth
- Solid Brass item for even more benefits (please take a look at the other items listed).
Standing at 100mm in height and weighing in at approximately half a KG.
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Chung Kwei: Guardian of Spirits
Chung Kwei's popularity in folklore can be traced to the reign of Emperor Xuanzong of Tang China (712 to 756). According to Song Dynasty sources, once the Emperor Xuanzong was gravely ill. He had a dream in which he saw two ghosts. The smaller of the ghosts stole a purse from imperial consort Yang Guifei and a flute belonging to the emperor. The bigger ghost, wearing the hat of an official, captured the smaller ghost, tore out his eye and ate it...Chung Kwei in Full