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PDMAB4492 : Lucky Charming Jow Ngoh Amulet with Oil (LP Sarp, Wat Sarng Sarp Sri Sattanakaraj, Ubon Ratchathani Province ) with Katha:
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Name: Jow Ngoh Amulet with Oil (Ngoh Pa Riak Sarp)
Material: metal figure in magical charm oil
Size: 3 x 5 cm (includes a casing)
From: LP Sarp, Wat Sarng Sarp Sri Sattanakaraj, Ubon Ratchathani Province
Year: 2560 B.E. (2017 C.E.)
Objective: LP Sarp would like to require donation for developing and restoring the temple.
Ceremony: This amulet received a proper blessing from LP Sarp, abbot of Wat Sarng Sarp Sri Sattanakaraj, Ubon Ratchathani Province.
Belief about Jow Ngoh:
Jow Ngoh (a wild man with black skin and frizzy hair who likes to put a red hibiscus at his ear) is a character in Thai literature “Sang Thong” composed by King Rama II.
In the story, “Phra Sang Thong”, a handsome prince would turn into “Jow Ngoh” when he wore Jow Ngoh head. In Jow Ngoh body, he could fly and call animals to come. Nobody saw the real himself but “Nang Rodjana” who eventually became his wife.
People believe “Jow Ngoh” amulet can attract money and assets as well as make the carrier charming and easily gain people kindness and a successful negotiation.
About Guru Monk:
This is Luangpho Sarp, abbot of Wat Sarng Sarp Sri Sattanakaraj in Ubon Ratchathani Province. LP Sarp keeps on valuable Northeastern magic from former venerated guru monks. His amulets are good to have because LP Sarp spends long time on blessing to ensure the power.
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