Rhinoceros ~ Protection of Home/OfficeThe Bronze Rhinoceros is used to protect the owner's homes against robbery, accidents and
other entities of physical harm. This item can also be used in offices to deter office
politics, business competitors from succeeding and backstabbing. The violent star #7
(Flying Star Feng Shui) comes in from the NorthEast this year and the Rhinorceros will be
vital in combatting this annual affliction for all homes.
When used in office, let the Rhinoceros have a good view of behind your back to make sure
your rear guard is protected. If you are to use it a home, it will be placed optimally
when it has a view of the outside of your home (e.g. by a windowsill). Each Rhino may
have a slight different design on its armor.
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