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PDMAA9853 : Helpful Takrut Phrajow Ham Thook (God Stops Suffering) (LP O, Wat SiSuPhon, Phetchabun province )
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Name: Takrut Phrajow Ham Thook (God Stops Suffering)

*Powerful: This Takrut will stop all suffering from both body and mind.

From: LP O, Wat SiSuPhon, Phetchabun province

Origin: Thailand

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

Size: 1.2 x 7.2 cm

*Description:
Phra Arjarn O wrote Yant Arsisanti on the both sides of the metal sheet. One side has Buddha head pointing out refer to clearing bad things and the other side has Buddha head pointing in refer to attracting good things. Therefore, this Takrut does not only stop suffering, but also brings good luck and wealth to the owner.
Yant Arsisanti or Yant Buddha stopping the bowman was established from the biography of Buddha. The story is that the bowman hid in the forest and tried to assassinate Buddha, but when the bowman met Buddha, he felt impressed and had faith in Buddha. So, he decided not to kill Buddha.
This Takrut is covered with Phra Putthoraksa powder which is the holy chalk powder that Phra Arjarn O made by writing Yant during a pilgrimage (Tudong) in the forest. *Moreover, Phra Arjarn O used various holy stones to mix with Phra Putthoraksa powder. Normally, this powder is kept in the chamber, so Phra Arjarn O took the powder out from the chamber for a little bit to cover Takrut for a special reason.
Moreover, there is a special substance called Black Gold Powder which covers this Takrut. In fact, Black Gold has an external characteristic like a black stone. It is one of the supernatural substances that people who like rare talismans always seek for and praise it one of the legendary rare and incalculable substance it has ever had!
It is valuable gold in the magic world that has commensurate power as Lek Lai. Phra Arjarn O got some Black Gold from the mountain. Black Gold will attract good luck, money and flourish to the owner surprisingly.
After Phra Arjarn O covered Takrut with a gold leaf, he also wrote the Buddha Yant for protection because Buddha merit is great and nothing can hurt Buddha.

Objectives: proceeds from the amulet for developing and restoring the temple Wat SiSuPhon

About Maker:
Luangpho O (abbot of Wat SiSuPhon, Phetchabun province) is a successful guru monk whose amulets are accepted by Thai and foreign worshipers. Ever studied magic from his grandfather who was a disciple of Somdej Loon (the great Laotian monk) and has been studying making effective amulets from herbs and plants planted by himself.
With being fond of magic since a child, LP O collected magical knowledge and experience until became an expert. His amulets are various and unusual using magic and creativity. For years, LP O has built excitement for amulet circle with uncommon amulets making Thai people and foreigners have wonderful results.


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

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