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PDMAB5935 : Holy White Hin Phra That Bracelet plus Calling Windfalls Gold Plated King Wasp Amulet (Accessories,Thai amulet)
with Katha: Wasp_WatChediHoi
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Size diameter 7 cm (elastic band)


Auspicious Accessory for Everybody

Name: White Hin Phra That Bracelet plus Gold Plated King Wasp Amulet

Origin: Thailand

1) White Hin Phra That Bracelet from LP Leng, Wat Phantai Norasing, Samut Sakhon Province

Size: diameter 7 cm (elastic band), bead 1.2 cm

Material: white Hin Phra That (holy relic stone) from Mae Ya (Grandma Cave), Kao Sam Roi Yod

Ceremony: the beads of this bracelet already blessed by LP Leng for auspiciousness

Power: White Hin Phra That can impart holy power to meditation practice; balancing body and soul.

About Guru Monk:
This is LP Leng or Luangphi Leng of Wat Phantai Norasing, Samut Sakhon province. LP Leng is an energetic new generation guru monk eager to apply his own magical knowledge to help people and serve Buddhism. LP Leng has been interested in magic and Lek Lai for a long time. He likes to study with experienced guru monks. Used to practice meditation with LP Jaran at Wat Ampawan, Singburi province and study magic of Guman Thong with LP Hong at Wat Petchburi, Surin province. And studied with LP Sai at Wat Phra That Doi Thapchang,Prachuabkirikhan province. In fact, LP Sai, Wat Phra That Doi Thapchang was a nephew of LP Ngern, Wat Don Yai Hom (Nakhon Pathom province) who was a famous guru monk in Thailand. That means LP Leng keeps on mantras of both LP Sai and LP Ngern.

Experience: LP Leng already blessed an amulet and gave to a man to wear, then tested power by cutting a man’s arm with a knife many times. Wonderfully, the knife could not get into a man’s skin!

Hin Phra That (holy relic stone):

Kao Sam Roi Yod is name of the mountain where is national park in Prachuabkirikhan Province, Thailand. There is a holy quiet place surrounded by nature. There are many caves in it such as Khao Phra (monk’s mountain) Cave, Mangkorn (dragon) Cave, Khow (white) Cave, Manow (lime) Cave, Khumsarp (treasure trove) Cave, Sam See (3 colors) Cave, Mae Ya (grandma) Cave and Lersi (hermit) Cave.

Thai people believe that many hundreds of years ago, many Buddha disciples came to Kao Sam Roi Yod to do meditation. They stayed in the caves and did meditation until their minds were perfectly still and enlightened. These Buddha disciples left their bodies there when they died.

Year after year, their bodies decayed and turned to part of rock in the caves. This rock is relic. The longer year goes by, the more precious these relics are. After that, people found the relics and assumed they were relics of Buddha’s disciples. They named these relics “Hin Phra That” and people began to worship.

People believe Hin Phra That is very holy by itself because it comes from hundreds of years and absorbs natural powers. Some worshipers found relics grew bigger by themselves.

Hin Phra That have different shapes and colors. Different colors of relics have different powers.
1. Red: support person’s ascendancy and fame
2. Honey color: build up person’s charm and bring mercy
3. White: good power to help person do meditation well
4. Black: protection
5. Brown: good health

2) King Wasp Amulet from LP ThongGleung, Wat Chedi Hoi, Pathum Thani Province

Year: 2559 B.E. (2016 C.E.)

Size: 2 x 1 cm

Material: gold plating

Ceremony: LP ThongGleung blessed these wasp amulets by himself.

Power: Phaya Taw Maha Larp is a Calling Windfalls King Wasp by LP ThongGleung, abbot of Wat Chedi Hoi whom many people respect and trust in his magical help. This wasp amulet will ceaselessly bring money to owner.

About Guru Monk:

Luangpho ThongGleung is an abbot of Wat Chedi Hoi in Pathum Thani Province where is full of oyster fossils more than a million years old. He is a good monk with acceptable magical ability and determined heart of maintaining religion and helping people.

LP ThongGleung has been an expert in concentration of mindfulness in Buddhist way. He studied magic, astrology and herbs. He learnt mantra from LP Seng of Wat BangNa, Pathum Thani Province who was a teacher of sorcery. He then went to LP OotTaMa of Wat Wangwiwegaram, Kanchanaburi Province to building up knowledge of meditation. After that, he went on a pilgrimage called “Tudong” in the woods alone to Myanmar. Also, LP ThongGleung studied the art of making efficacious talismans and magic candle from Arjarn SeeYahnTa.

LP ThongGleung came to Pathum Thani Province and established Wat Chedi Hoi. Before he built this temple, he dreamt of the old city. So, he believed the place where he stayed has history. In 1995 C.E., he found a number of ancient shells. This gave LP ThongGleung an idea of building the big shell pagoda. The pagoda is made of great amount of oyster shells. When it was finished, it was called “Chedi Hoi” that means “shell pagoda”. Chedi Hoi has become a signature of the temple since then. Today, Chedi Hoi is well-known and visited by many Thai and foreign tourists.

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