PBUPZ370 : Khun Paen Sakot Jai (Phra Khun Paen) (LP Chuen, Thai amulet) with Katha:
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Name : Khun Paen with Guman Thong and Magic Charm “Mae Pur”
From : Wat Ta-Ee, Buri Ram province
Material : Holy Powder
Origin : Thailand
Size : 2.3 cm x 2.5 cm
(With Casing : 2.9 cm x 4.3 cm)
LP Chuen of Wat Ta-Ee, Buri Ram province has been a well known monk who created good amulet of Khun Paen statues and Guman Thong from Cambodia magical katha. He is a Cambodian monk and popular for his knowledge in both holy Dharma and Visha (magic) of charming. Asian people such as Cambodia, Thai, Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong respect such a monk who made amulet is very famous in wealth and protection. LP Cheun has been studied the art of making efficacious amulets and magic candle from many Arjarn in Combodia.
LP Cheun passed away in Hong Kong at the age over 80 year old.
Super Power! LP Cheun use genuine Cambodian holy powder to make this amulet. He was bringing all of materials mixed together with “Num Mun Jung Sa Nay Kow” oil until all become unique materials of LP Cheun himself. Then LP Cheun calls the Khun Paen, Guman and Mae Pur spirits into the image with ancient Katha. He built this amulet in 2000.
On the front presents Khun Paen is sitting at a seat in the center with Guman Thong is sitting on him. On The back has Magic Power of Charming spirit “Mae Pur” with Yahn script. All of spirits are known as mysteriousness that has super power brings luck and help the owner to be admired and love.
The materials used were:
1. Powder from “Wahn Khun Paen”, “Prai Guman” spirit, “Wahn Ga Long” flower, “Prai Sa Li Gar” spirit, “Wahn Jung Naang” and “Naang Ok Tag” spirit. All of materials for made this amulet.
2. Spell oil. This oil is special mixtures by LP Chean himself.
People believe that, this amulet will help them be lucky in lov and give them strength to be brave. Also, this Guman is especially powerful securing good fortune in business affairs to the owner.
LP Chean has been made amulets that require donation of money for developing the temple.