From: LP Uttama, Wat Wiwekaram, Kanchanaburi Province
Year: 2530 B.E. (1987 C.E.)
Size: 0.8 cm diameter
Description: This amulet is called “Look Om Chanmak”. “Look Om” is a word for small round amulets and “Chan Mak” means “mass left from chewing betel”, what many old Thais do in daily life. People believed Chan Mak from a monk is a holy amulet that can protect owner from dangers and bad things.
Power: This amulet was blessed by LP Uttama, a well-known guru monk in Thailand. Amulets by LP Uttama are strongly believed to help and protect people who have.
Present: The betel mass is covered with gold leaf and has a picture of LP Uttama for sacredness.
About LP Uttama:
Luangpho Uttama was abbot of Wat Wiwekaram and great magical expert in Thailand. LP Uttama was born in C.E.1910 at Burma. LP Uttama has 12 sisters and brothers. LP Uttama was ordained as novice monk at Wat Kesaasa. In C.E.1943, LP Uttama went into Thailand at Chaingmai province and lived in Wat Suang Dok. LP Uttama went to around Thailand for practicing meditation. LP Uttama and people in Sangkhaburi district joined to build Wat Wiwekaram. LP Uttama was kindness monk that he liked to help people and disciples. LP Uttama donated the money for making public benefits. LP Uttama passed away in 18 October C.E.2006 when he was 97 years old.
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