Imbued with fantastic mythical powers, this Kuan Kung on horseback represents victory and ascendency in Feng Shui. While Kwan Kung is known for his superior victories in countless battles against dark or challenging forces, the charging horse is equally revered as a symbol of ceaseless triumph and grandeur in Chinese philosophy. Together these two figures create a potent lucky charm, thought to assist one in overcoming obstacles and achieving fantastic success. Place this statue in the Northwest corner of the home or work place to attract remarkable nobleman or mentor luck and patriarch luck, or display it behind your desk or in your entranceway facing out to symbolically combat negative forces and clear the path to victory. In the workplace, this guardian deity protects against embezzlement and betrayal, as well as promotes a sense of solidarity among co-workers.
Kuan Kung is also known as Kuan Ti, the protector of the oppressed, Patron Saint of the Police, Guardian Deity of the Triads, God of Wealth, and in recent times, protector of business leaders and politicians.