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Noahides and Mezuzot

I bought a replica of a Mezuzah in a Jewish shop in Prague. I want to clarify that it is not a real mezuzah, but just an imitation. I’m wondering if it would be proper for me to fix the mezuzah replica on the doorspot of my bedroom. I would not consider it as a mitzvah, but as a reminder of my faith.

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  1. I don’t see an answer to the two questions about whether it is permissible for a Noahide to affix a mezuzah to the doorpost, not because of a commandment, but because he wishes to rid his home of evil spirits. I’d be the Noahide in the scenario. Can someone please clarify.

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