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Name: B.E.2511 Phra Rod Sadej Krub holy powder amulet
From: AJ Chum Chaikeeree, Nakhon Srithammarat province
Year: B.E.2511 (C.E.1968)
Material: this powerful amulet created from many holy soils mixed with holy herbs and flowers.
Size: 1.1 cm x 2.3 cm
Purpose for making: AJ Chum would like to donate the money from amulets to restore and develop the buildings in poor temple.
Ceremony: this powerful amulet was blessed in B.E.2511 at Wat Tham Khaow Ngoen by great many top monks and magical experts such as “AJ Khun Phan”, “LP Num of Wat Donsala”, “LP Khong of Wat Ban Suan”, “LP Pal of Wat Khao Oor”, “LP Moon of Wat Khaow Dang Tawan Oak”, “AJ Chum Chai Kiri” and other. Moreover, after blessing AJ Chum take the amulet to leave in the sea that the amulet in this ceremony can come back to beach by themselves.
Power: B.E.2511 Phra Rod Sadej Krub holy powder amulet by AJ Chum is good for wealth, good luck, success, progression and harm protection.
Biography of AJ Chum Chaikeeree
In 1938Arjarn Chum (layman) studied the art of making efficacious amulet and Visha (magic) from LP Pahn of Wat KowOor. LP Pahn has been a guru monk who has knowledge of Visha and meditation. Also, Arjarn Chum had learned TaKrut art from 5 holy monks. He is one of the top guru masters who have reputation for his Visha and Buddhist dharma. His amulet is well-known among policeman and solider for protection. He has deep knowledge of Visha and is highly respected in Thailand. AJ Chum passed away in C.E.1982.
Wat KowOor, Phatthalung province has more than 120 year history of making good Amulets. Most of the believer’s considered that the Amulets carry protective powers. Also, many holy monks has been studied the art of making efficacious amulets and magic from this temple, as LP Tow, LP Ied, LP Num, LP Ngurn of Wat DaunSaLa, LP Kong of Wat BanSuan, LP Pah, LP Glun of Wat KowOor and Arjarn KunPan (layman) etc.
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