Name: LP Liew Riding Tortoise with Rear Jatukam Amulet
From: Wat RaiTangThong, Nakhon Pathom Province
Material: old powder that LP Liew ever blessed
Size: diameter 3.2 cm
Year: 2550 B.E. (2007 C.E.)
Batch: Phaya Tao Ruean Akara Maha Setthi (Great Wealthy King Tortoise)
Present: This amulet has a signature image of LP Liew; riding tortoise and Jatukam the lord of Wealth & Protection.
Power: This amulet holds great power in wealth, good business and protection from dangers.
Ceremony: This amulet was firstly blessed by KowOor guru monks (the same ceremony of Jatukam amulet held by Wat KowOor) and secondly by top guru monks of Nakhon Pathom Province on “Sao 5” day.
About Luangpu Liew:
LP Liew was a famous past guru monk in Thai history. The signature of his amulets is tortoise. Some are tortoise-shaped medals and some are LP Liew on tortoise sculptures. Worshippers say that LP Liew is a worshipful monk and his amulets are holy in wealth and protection.
LP Liew PanNaGo was born in C.E.1905 at Ratchaburi Province, Thailand. When he was young, he escaped from his house to study a magical knowledge with Karen Arjan. He got ordained at the age of 27. He studied Pa Ya Tow knowledge from LP Yon at Wat Baan Kong Yai, Ratchaburi Province. Afterwards, he was very successful in magic. In C.E. 1973, he let his first tortoise amulet named Pa Ya Tow.
In fact, Pa Ya Tow helps worshippers from danger and brings worshippers good luck and wealth. LP Liew was expert at concentration of mindfulness in Buddhist way. LP Liew passed away on 4 September C.E. 2000.
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