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Name: Si Hoo Ha Ta Statue
From: AJ San RueanSurinRueChai, Suphanburi Province
Year: 2560 B.E. (2017 C.E.)
Material: made of resin and paint
bottom with a piece of invulnerable Lek Lai ore, money-calling herb ball, charming Khun Paen Song Phon and protect & mercy favor Takrut to increase the power.
Size: 11 x 29 cm
Power: ‘Thep In’ is a name of a legendary animal of Hinduism. In Hindu belief, Indra Deity transformed himself into a monster that had four ears and five eyes called ‘Si Hoo Ha Ta’ in order to help people. In Thailand, Thep In is a name of a monster amulet which is known well in the north of Thailand. People believe that Thep In amulet can make them lucky, run business well, live in peacefulness, change bad fortune to good fortune and fulfill the owner’s wishes.
The Story of Si Hoo Ha Ta:
Once upon a time, there was a beggar family. That family had 3 members: father, mother and son. Then mother died. After that, father died. Before father died, he told his son to bury his dead body and take out his skull when it falls out. Father told his son to roll his skull along the ground. Father told his son to make a trap where his skull stops and take a trapped animal home to feed. Father said a trapped animal would bring good luck. After father died, his son did all what his father told.
One day, a monster was trapped. It looked like a gorilla with four eyes and five eyes. The son brought the monster home. When he got home, he made a bonfire. The monster was so hungry and ate red charcoals in front of him. The son was amazed. Moreover, when the monster finished, it produced gold feces. The boy kept the gold in his garden and soon his garden was full of gold.
One day, the son heard the news that the king was finding the bridegroom for his daughter, but it was not easy. The king challenged all men in the town that he will give his daughter when the man could build the gold gutter to the castle. No one could, except the son. He used gold feces from the monster to build the gutter. The son married the princess as he wished.
However, the king was anxious to know how his son - in - law could get the gold. The king asked the son and the son told the king everything. So, the king and his guards came to catch the monster. When they arrived, the monster was frightened and ran way. It went in the cave. No one saw the monster ever since.
Objective: proceeds for religious affairs and charity
Ceremony: This sculpture was blessed in the holy ceremony called Sao 5* at Wat SeeYaekCharoenPon, Nakhon Pathom Province.
*‘Sao 5’ (Sao Ha) is Saturday 5th waning or waxing moon in May according to lunar calendar. This day is not often seen. In old belief, Saturn is powerful and this day receives power of Saturn. So, guru monks try to hold amulet consecration on this day so that the amulets will fully absorb power from Saturn.
About Guru Master:
Arjarn San RueanSurinRueChai is a skilled occult master in Suphanburi Province, Thailand. Studied magic and mantras with many gurus both monks and laymen such as:
1. Phra Arjarn Prasit Wat Huaycharoenphol
2. Luangpho Sompong Wat MaiPinGlee-oh (king of Chu Chok)
3. Pu Thawin JomArkom (disciple of Luangpho Jan Wat Ban Yang)
4. Arjarn Wichit Thongphaeng (top disciple of Luangpu Liew Wat RaiTangThong) who created Tortoise Medal LP Liew in 1973
Arjarn San used his knowledge to help people until he became famous. Now, his disciples are Thai and foreign: China, Taiwan, Korea, Mongolia, Singapore, Malaysia, etc. in different occupations.
His famous amulets are such as Khun Paen Saneha Naa Thong, Khun Paen Songphon, Phra Phirap Kard Pairee, Guman Khwan Jai, Gammathep Phaeng Sorn Rak (The Cupid) and See Phueng Khun Paen Saen Saney. Many people who carried had the quick results shared to one another.
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