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Coin Sword Against Shar Chi

The protection from Shar Chi coin sword is used to disperse negative chi in the surrounding area. It is usually hung/placed to combat the Total Loss direction of a person (please contact me if you're not sure about your KUA number/directions). Energized by a thick red thread and is DUAL LAYERED for reinforcement. This item has been laid at the feet of the Guardian of the East (in a local deity temple), meaning it has been blessed with vigilance and preparation. It has been AUTHENTICALLY blessed with the necessary mantras and procedures.

Coin Sword Against Shar Chi


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