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Bronze Cicada King ~ Immortality & Health

This item brings forth long life, happiness and eternal youth due to its intrinsic properties of being the longest liveing insect. When used at home, its focus is on making sure you live a long and healthy life. However, when placed in the office, it gives you 'longevity' in office terms, protection against jealousy and scheming superiors.
  

Bronze Cicada King ~ Immortality & Health



       




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