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PAMLI13 : See Pheung Garuna - Wax (Liquid) (LP Huan, Thai amulet)
with Katha: OL_Kindness
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Holy See Pheung(Lip Wax) with 3 Mysterious Takrut by Huan – Bring Metta
(Great Kindness) - Help to Smooth Negotiation in Business.

100% Authentic from Temple

Name : See Phueng Garuna

From : LP Huan of Wat Phutthaisawan

Color : Brown

Material : Many holy materials put with takrut

Size : 3 cm diameter

Year : C.E.2007 (B.E.2550)

Origin : Thailand

Purpose for making :
Making this amulet is joining donation at the temple.

Powerful :
This amulet can bring metta (great kindness) and admired for owner.

Feature of this amulet:
This amulet made from bee wax mist with other holy materials and put with 3 takruts.

Biography of LP Huan:
Luang Pu Huan is well-known and popular for his knowledge in Visha (supernatural arts).
This amulet blessed properly by LP Huan. People believe this amulet can help the owner to secure good fortune in life.

History of Wat Phutthaisawan
This temple is located to the south of the river bank opposite the city island. Constructed in the area where King U-Thong and his subjects first migrated in order to establish the new town, it was formerly known as "Wiang Lek" named after the royal palace of King U-Thong. The most distinctive feature of this temple is the great principal Buddha image cast in the early Ayutthaya style.

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