From: LP SamAhng, Wat Bang Phra, Nakhon Pathom Province
Year: B.E.2555 (C.E. 2012)
Material: “Payoong” wood (“Payoong” means “to support”.)
Size: 6 cm x 6 cm
Purpose of Making: to use the money for developing and restoring Wat Bang Phra
Ceremony: LP SamAhng, a present abbot of Wat Bang Phra blessed Nok Koom sculpture by himself at Wat Bang Phra in 2012.
Power: Thai people believe Nok Koom is a lucky bird which can prevent fire and dangers as well as make its owner lucky and run business well.
Present: LP SamAhng wrote Yant on Nok Koom to increase the power.
Information about LP SamAhng:
LP SamAhng is a present abbot of Wat Bang Phra in Nakhon Pathom Province. He became an abbot after LP Pern passed away in B.E. 2545 (C.E. 2002). LP SamAhng is LP Pern’s disciple. He learnt magic from LP Pern until he fully understood magic. In other words, LP SamAhng keeps on magical knowledge of LP Pern correctly.
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