1) 4 mm coconut shell beads
2) real silver beads (2 pieces)
3) Nawa Loha (mixture of 9 metals)beads blessed by LP Kalong Wat Kowlam Sa Kaeo Province(6 pieces)
4) real silver hoops (3 pieces)
5) strong rope
Size: about 14 cm
Use: hold 3 amulets
About LP Kalong:
LP Kalong (born in B.E. 2462/C.E. 1919, passed away on 13 Sep. B.E. 2552/C.E. 2009 at age 92) was a famous guru monk in Thai history. He was not like common people because he had a fang (tooth) on his palate, in old Thai belief, that is a sign of a holy person. When LP Kalong was alive, he built many sacred amulets that became rare and precious nowadays. He was in contemporary with many past well-known sacred guru monks for example LP Toh of Wat PraDoo Chim Plee (in Bangkok) and LP Yid of Wat Nong Jork (Prachuap Khiri Khan Province). LP Kalong was interested in mantras when he was a child. He got ordained as a Buddhist monk when he was 20 (like Thai culture that a man should get ordained at age 20 to make great merit for his parents and to maintain Buddhism). After ordination, he traveled to learn dharma (theory and practice) and mantras from many senior guru monks. In fact, LP Kalong had sense of Lersi Pu Jow Saming Prai (grand hermit spirit). He once said Lersi Pu Jow Saming Prai brought him to bear in the world. Why people have faith in LP Kalong so much is that he did Buddhism lots of favors such as building several temples, etc. and was well-behaved and kind to everyone.
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