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PDMAA8274 : Auspicious Big Ivory Phra NakProk Amulet (Wat Petchburi, Surin Province )
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Size 3.1 x 4.6 cm


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Name: Big Ivory Phra NakProk Amulet (has metal code on the back)

From: Wat Petchburi, Surin Province

Origin: Thailand

Year: 2558 B.E. (2015 C.E.)

**Power: People believe that Phra NakProk will protect the worshipper from dangers, disasters and bad powers. Moreover, Phra NakProk will bring auspiciousness to life of the worshipper and change bad fortune to good fortune. Phra NakProk is the amulet of people whose day of birth is on Saturday. However, people in other days can worship as well.

Legend of Phra NakProk
Phra NakProk is name of the Buddha image under the covering by Naga. This happened when Buddha was in practice of being enlightened. Buddha sat under the big Bodhi tree (Srimahapho) and kept doing meditation. One day, it rained 7 days and 7 nights and Phaya Mujarin (king of great snakes) saw and was afraid that Buddha would get wet, so he covered Buddha with himself like an umbrella. In fact, Phaya Mujarin had faith in Buddha. When it stopped raining, Phaya Mujarin transformed himself into a human and paid respect to Buddha.

Size: 3.1 x 4.6 cm

Material: Amulet is carved from elephant tusk and its back is filled with holy mass.

Present: The back is embedded with these things for auspiciousness.
1. Gem
2. Phra Phrom
3. Phra NakProk
4. Ganesha
5. Rice Grains
6. Tao Wet Su Wan
7. Piece of LP Hong Robe
8. Phra Sivali
9. LP Hong Image
10. Silver Takrut
11. Emerald

Objectives: proceeds for developing and restoring Wat Petchburi

Ceremony: The amulet was already blessed by abbot and monks at Wat Phetburi.

About Guru Monk:
LP Hong calmly passed away on 5 March 2014. LP Hong is a monk whom Thais will not forget. LP Hong, an abbot of Wat Petchburi, Surin Province was born on Thursday the 24th March B.E. 2460 (C.E. 1917) in Surin Province. He got ordained as a novice at the age of 18. When he was 20, he got ordained as a monk at Wat Petchburi, Tumbon Toongmon, Amphur Prasart, Surin Province. After 3 months of ordination, LP Hong went on a pilgrimage in Cambodia. In Cambodia, LP Hong met many guru masters and studied magic with them. He spent 30 years on pilgrimage in Cambodia. LP Hong was a good monk and a top guru monk in Thailand. He was respected by a lot of people in Thailand.

Wonderful Things of LP Hong: (information from disciples)
1. LP Hong always had mercy on everyone especially animals. When he was alive, there were many snakes in his temple, but they did not hurt LP Hong. When a snake crept on LP Hong, he touched and let it go. LP Hong could do that because he was full of mercy and merit. He always taught people that freeing animals is good.
2. Things from LP Hong are holy. For example his hairs, when he shaved his hair, many people waited to get pieces of his hair to worship. They said these hair pieces would become crystal solids as years pass by. Particularly, areca nut chewed by him was what people waited for. They believed that it absorbed power of LP Hong because when LP Hong chewed, he spelt Katha at the same time. In fact, people believe areca mass from LP Hong can be an antidote and remove black magic from a person. Moreover, as years pass by, this areca mass will become a crystal solid.

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Note: The amulet is in good condition from temple.

We have Katha for the amulets in text and MP3 and how to worship.

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