PBUPZ5712 : Rare Invincible 2526 B.E. Phra PidTa LP Sood Amulet, Batch 81st Anniversary (first) ( LP Sood, Wat Kalong, Samut Sakhon Province ) with Katha:
|Deserving Amulet of Worship |
100% Authentic from Temple
Name: Phra PidTa LP Sood Amulet (first edition)
From: LP Sood, Wat Kalong, Samut Sakhon Province
Year: 2526 B.E. (1983 C.E.)
Batch Name (Roon): Mongkol Ayu Watthana 81 Pi (81st Anniversary of LP Sood)
Material: holy powder by LP Sood
Size: 1.7 x 2.4 cm
**Powerful: This Phra PidTa by LP Sood is good about Kong Kapan (invulnerable).
In fact, most amulets from LP Sood are very famous in Thailand and abroad for Kong Kapan that can make a worshiper invulnerable to weapons, dangers and black magic.
There are many miracles about amulets by LP Sood. Here are a few examples.
- A man was shot with M16 many times, but the bullets could not hurt him.
- A boy who wore LP Sood coin went to the dentist, but the dentist could not inject a boy.
Experiences above showed that amulets by LP Sood could make people invulnerable to weapons.
Purpose of Making: proceeds for developing and restoring Wat Kalong
Event: This amulet passed Blessing Ceremony (Phuttha Phisek) performed by LP Sood on 7 May 1983.
Biography of LP Sood:
LP Sood of Wat Kalong, Samut Sakhon province was a superb guru monk in the past. He was the originator of the invincible Yant Takraw and Suer Pen (Running Tiger). With interest in Buddhism, he began monkhood at age 16 until death.
LP Sood was born on 7 May B.E.2445 (C.E.1902) in Roi Ed province. LP Sood was ordained as Buddhist novice when he was 16 years old at Wat Klang Phanomphai. After ordination, LP Sood studied the magic with LP Maow who is first teacher of LP Sood. LP Sood was ordained again as Buddhist monk at Wat Kalong and he went to study the magic from many top monks such as LP Maow of Wat Klangphanomplai, LP Rung of Wat Thakrabue, LP Khong of Wat Bang Kraphom and other.
LP Sood passed away on 14 August C.E.1983 while he was 81 years old. After cremation, his skeleton was still in good condition and the temple took his bones in the transparent coffin for people to pay respect. Nowadays, disciples and Buddhists come to pay respect to LP Sood’s body at Wat Kalong every day.
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Note: The real amulet may be different from picture. It is in good condition from temple.
We have Katha for the amulets in text and MP3 and how to worship at Bonus File.