Kuan Kung on Horse of ProgressThis is a rare item that manages to bring in wealth and protection at the
same time. Kuan Kong's presence brings forth status, wealth, confidence and
most importantly the highest form of protection. He is seated on the Horse
of Progress which provides you with the mental and physical strength to
achieve your goals at a faster rate with fruitful progress. Notice the
multiple stances that are combined in this item. It is a victory salute
while bringing fortunate news and at the same time a rallying pose to
inspire the troops onward to victory. This is the item to be used by people
who wish to excel in business and protection. Can be used in homes or
offices and a strong combatant against the deadly Flying Stars #2 and #5. An
extreme personal favorite and very popular amongst Feng Shui Masters in
China. Made of solid brass. If there is only one item you can get, this is
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