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Name: Jow Ngoh Amulet with Oil
Material: metal figure in magical charm oil
Size: 1.5 x 3.5 cm
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.
Power: This Naga amulet will bring great fortune to the worshiper.
Belief about Naga:
Naga is a holy serpent being in Buddhist mythology. Naga is a symbol of exuberance because it can access the land and the water.
Thai people believe Naga live in Mekong River. The wonderful thing by Naga is the rise of light balls that occurs every year on a full moon night when Buddhist Lent is over (15th waxing moon of 11th month according to lunar calendar). People believe Naga produces light balls to worship Buddha. That night, Naga will gather at the center of Mekong River and produce many light balls going up in the sky.
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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