10-inch Protective Cannon (withstand
outdoor tough weather conditions)
Dimension(in): 10x3.1x4.6 in
Dimensional Weight: 900g
This majestic cannon is an imposing piece
for those looking for reliability. It can withstand tough weather
conditions if displayed outdoor. It is also suitable for those
living in apartments or high rise offices when countering external
shar chi. The entire structure of the cannon is made from strong
heavy brass, attached with toughly crafted wheels and a strong
metal cannon piece in the center. Categorized as a DESTRUCTOR
countermeasure against destructive energy, the cannon is a powerful
countermeasure of external shar chi in difficult situations especially
when your home or office is in a tall building where you cannot
hang a bagua outside the wall of the building. It is also an effective
remedy against any strong bagua mirror overlooking your house
from the opposite neighbour. Also worth taking note that a taller
building (especially a high rise structure higher than you) blocking
your facing view is simply negative for your feng shui and can
be remedied by a cannon. Other negative structures include sculpture
with pointed arrows, television antennas, satelite transmitters,
electrical transformers, jagged rocks, T-junctions, construction
crane, elevated bridges, elevated roads, airport runways, train
tracks, branches of dead tree and pointed sharp edges emitting
poison arrows coming towards your view.
What the cannon symbolizes and how
to place the object?
Cannons like bagua is a powerful countermeasure
and cure against poison arrows and big killing energy (shar chi).
However, unlike the "concave bagua" which is meant to
absorb any poison arrows from your surrounding, the cannon exerts
a strong defensive force itself to disperse the killing energy
coming towards your direction. Many feng shui masters in Hong
Kong said the power exerted by the cannon overide the bagua. That
is why one will see in Hong Kong that cannons are used to counter
problematic killing chi. Feng Shui masters would normally recommend
a cannon to counter difficult situations. You are advised to use
this powerful countermeasure only in situations where you are
under strong threat and do not have any choice, such as unable
to hang a concave bagua on the external surface of your wall because
you are in a tall building or on instances where it does not harm
any innocent homes. It could also be used to end any bagua mirror
war created by an offensive neighbour.
Photo showing the cannon structure
above HSBC building pointing at another building that
exerts shar. Copyright reserved by Feng Shui Bestbuy.
This cannon can be placed in any vicinity of
your office, shop or home facing the window where the external
shar chi threatens you directly:
1. For those working in tall buildings in Manhattan or New York,
you may place this beautiful cannon on your work desk facing towards
your window view against another oppressing high rise building
taller than you, too close to you and blocking your view as this
is considered as a shar chi. But you need to be careful that if
the building is not confronting you and does not pose a threat,
you need not use this cure.
2. If your window view is threatened by any of the following negative
shar, you may also place it facing the window. Negative
structures comprise tree branches, television antennas, satelite
transmitters, electrical transformers, jagged rocks, T-junctions,
construction crane, elevated bridges, elevated roads, airport
runways, train tracks, branches of dead tree and pointed sharp
edges emitting poison arrows coming towards your view.
3. Those living on ground level should display the cannon outdoor high up and have it pointing directly to the direction where the root of the shar chi is.
All the above situation if not cured could result
in poor business, lost of wealth, bankruptcy, magnified obstacles,
accidents, sickness, depression, psychological effects, or even
death in household or an office.
Defect rules built over time: They have high
degree of quality gloss finish. But because they are held by tools
and shaped through machining from blocks , there could be tiny tool
marks or scratches visible under 30cm visual.
Cast brass work experiences high heat process, gas defect, extreme
shrinking and rough process steps, therefore they have "common
irregularities" on their surfaces. They include blisters, bubbles,
shrinkages, cavities, scratch lines, dents, tarnishes, dark spots,
oxides etc. They are NOT considered as faulty and therefore are
non rejectable. Despite obtaining from factories that provide high
brass purity and the best in workmanship that supply only grade
A pieces to us, common irregularities are still unavoidable.