PBUPZ293 : Lord Ganesha See Thong (LP Hong, Wat Petchburi, Surin Province ) with Katha:
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Name : Ganesha
From : Wat Phetchaburi in Surin province
Material : Powder of “Gay Sorn” yellow flower.
Origin : Thailand
Size : 2.5 cm x 3.5 cm
(With Casing : 3 cm x 4 cm)
In Thailand Ganesha is represented as the “Sacred white elephant” and “lucky elephant”. Thai believe God Ganesha can be represented reclining hedonistically, as befits a bringer of good luck, wealth, fine foods and luxury.
Luang Pu Hong Phromapunyo of Wat Phetchaburi, Surin province is now 86 year old. He is one of the top guru monk of this present in Thailand. He has been an expert of concentration of mindfulness in Buddhism way. He whet or “Tudong” that means monk’s journey to border of Thailand to gather knowledge as well as build up good/ Karma. Until he met many guru master of Cambodia who were knowledge of magic to exorcise and magic spell for protecting from danger, evil and any bad things. Then LP Hong commenced studies in Visha (magic) from them and lived there more than 30 year. LP Hong is well-know among amulets collectors at present-time.
It was said that unusual phenomena like lightning and thunderstorms have also occurred during consecration ceremonies held by LP Hong in the past. What is most amazing is that not a single candle or incense stick was extinguished during the ceremonies, despite heavy thunderstorm. Devas and holy beings have also been reportedly sighted at the ceremonies. Such can be seen efficaciousness of the power and Dhamma practice of LP Hong.
This LP God Ganesha amulet made from powder of “Gay Sorn” yellow flower. This flower is known as magic flower that could bring luck, wealth to the owner. LP Hong has been blessed properly in 2004. Please have a look on the back has present Hidu sign.
People believe that LP Hong amulet has power in protecting the owner from black magic, evil, danger and any bad things.
LP Hong has been made this amulet that require donation of money for building the Museum of this temple.