Name: Meed Mor (exorcist’s knife) with Hermit Handle
From: Wat Dong Makuea, Saraburi Province
Year: 2560 B.E. (2017 C.E.)
Size: 2.5 x 17 cm
Material: The blade of this knife is made of holy iron ore “Lek Namphi” from Uttaradit Province. The sheath and handle are made of sacred black wood.
1. The blade has Yant characters on to increase the power.
2. Hermit is a symbol of “auspiciousness” and “the shield from dangers”.
Power: People believe “Meed Mor” can prevent misfortune, black magic and bad spirits.
Ceremony: This magical knife was already blessed by a monk at Wat Dong Makuea.
Objective: donations to develop and restoring Wat Dong Makuea
Information: ‘Lek Nam Phi’ is a name of holy iron ore in Thailand having been used to make swords and knives since Ayutthaya era. This iron ore was named after Amphoe (district) Nam Phi in Uttaradit province where it is found. Lek Nam Phi is taken out of “the well”; a hollow on the ground where people dig for this iron ore. Lek Nam Phi is believed a sacred material supernaturally capable of protecting person from dangers, black magic, spirits and any bad invisible thing. People say Lek Nam Phi is a brother of Lek Lai because they have prominent safeguarding power.
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