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PDMAA7914 : Holy Ball 2550 B.E. Look Om Phong Prai (LP Chot, Wat Phutthaisawan, Ayutthaya Province)
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Sacred Amulet from Sacred Ingredients

100% Authentic from Temple

Name: Look Om Phong Prai **limited edition

From: LP Chot, Wat Phutthaisawan, Ayutthaya Province

Origin: Thailand

Size: 1.6 cm

Release Year: 2550 B.E. (2007 C.E.)

**Information:
This magical ball was born from idea of LP Chot, a monk at Wat Phutthaisawan. LP Chot has good magical knowledge. He is famous for Jatukam amulets.
A close disciple of LP Tim Wat Lahan Rai, Rayong province (superb guru monk in the past) kindly gave holy mass to LP Chot to make this magical ball. Holy mass consists of:
1. Hairs of LP Tim
2. Bone ash of LP Tim
3. Phong Prai Guman (holy powder) by LP Tim from bone, auspicious plants, etc.

**LP Chot sculpted this ball by himself. He also intensively consecrated the ball.

**Power: This holy ball is good to carry along. It will make you safe, gain mercy from people, do business well and lucky.

Objectives: proceeds for developing and restoring Wat Phutthaisawan

About of Wat Phutthaisawan:
This temple is located Ayutthaya in the area where King U-Thong established the town. It was formerly known as "Wiang Lek" named after the royal palace of King U-Thong. The most distinctive feature of this temple is the great principal Buddha image casted in early Ayutthaya era.

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Note: The real amulet may be different from the picture. It is in a good condition from temple.

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