Bronze Chung Kwei ~ Spirit Chaser / ProtectionLord Chung Kwei, the Great Spiritual Chaser serves two purposes. A powerful guardian for
the family (especially those with young children) that will capture harmful spirits and
entities. Secondly, as a wealth enhancer, he is seen gently holding a bat (another form
of longevity and wealth) and admiring its beauty. But do not be fooled by this serene
posture as he is still battle ready with a hidden blade, ready to take on anything that
would harm the family in the surroundings. His fiercesome visage is apparent.
Lord Chung Kwei is a very familiar face amongst many authentic Feng Shui Masters who
practice this art in its traditional form. Many stores that deal with antiques,
jewelries (and even banks) will make sure to have one of these in their premises to deter
any possible form of harm be it through a physical nature or supernatural nature.
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