**This set consists of 6 signature LP Parn medals as follows:
1. Buddha on Garuda
2. Buddha on Fish
3. Buddha on Monkey
4. Buddha on Bird
5. Buddha on Chicken
6. Buddha on Porcupine
From: Wat Bang Nom Kho, Ayutthaya Province
Material: baked clay
Size: about 2 x 5 cm each
**Power: Protecting from danger and Bringing wealth to a worshiper
**Each animal has its definition.
1. Garuda represents authority.
2. Fish represents fluency: quality of good finance and business.
3. Monkey represents intelligence: quality to find solution.
4. Bird represents swiftness and being diligent: quality of effective working and good business.
5. Chicken represents being alert: quality of good business.
6. Porcupine represents protection.
Release Year: 2557 B.E. (2014 C.E.)
Objectives: proceeds for developing and restoring Wat Bang Nom Kho
Ceremony: This medal set passed the blessing ceremony by current abbot and monks of Wat Bang Nom Kho following LP Parn’s way.
Biography of LP Parn:
LP Parn was a well – known guru monk who made Buddha amulet with an animal imprint and a past abbot of Wat Bang Nom Kho in Ayutthaya Province. LP Parn was respected by a lot of people. He knew a lot of magical knowledge and traditional medicine. He could also remove black magic from sick people. LP Parn was on the 16th July 1875 in Ayutthaya Province. He got ordained at Wat Bang PlaMor on the 1st April 1895. After ordination, he studied magic and intensive meditation with LP Soon at Wat Bang Pla Mor. Then he studied more magic and more intensive meditation with many guru monks such as LP Niam of Wat Noi , LP Nong of Wat Khlong MaDan, etc. LP Parn passed away on the 26th July 1938 at the age of 63.
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