Feng Shui Three Divine Guardians


An antidote for the annual three killings, or San Sha, this splendid combination of Feng Shui guardians will fortify any sectors affected by this potentially devastating celestial event. The Chi Lin’s graceful combination of the dragon, horse and carp is revered as one of the most auspicious symbols of Feng Shui, believed to remedy the “Disaster Killing.” The Fu Dog’s fierce combination of a dog and lion is also a long honored protective charm, believed to remedy the “Year Killing.” The Pi Yao is a specific wealth luck charm to counter the robbery ‘killing.’


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The Three Divine Guardians or Three Celestial Protectors designed Feng Shui cure for the Tripple Conflicts or Three Killings affliction.

It comprises of a Pi Yao, a Chi Lin and a Fu Dog. This combination forms a very powerful antidote for the dreaded Three Killings or ‘San Sha’. Even by its name, you need to take this affliction seriously as it is highly threatening. The Three Killings is an affliction that changes location every year which consists of the bad guy trio. Those are the Year ‘Killing’ (creates setbacks and obstacles), Robbery ‘Killing’(causes monetary loss) and Disaster ‘Killing’ (brings mishaps and accidents). So, place this unique Feng Shui cure in the sector afflicted by the Three Killings. You will be able to suppress the negative chi and avert misfortunes.

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Weight 0.18 kg
Dimensions 2.5 × 5.4 × 4.5 cm