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PDMAB6089 : All Best Auspices for Life- Phong Jakkaphat Pim Pang Perd Lok (LP Ma, Wat ThamMueangN, Chiang Mai Province)
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Name: Phong Jakkaphat Pim Pang Perd Lok (Pim = imprint)

From: LP Ma, Wat ThamMueangN, Chiang Mai Province

Origin: Thailand

Year: 2560 B.E. (2017 C.E.)

Size: 1.7 x 5.7 cm

Welcome to worship favorable holy powder amulet!!

This amulet is made of great blessed powder called “Phong Maha Jakkaphat” that Luangta Ma who obtains strong meditation spent a period of time on writing Yant and spelling.

**Every amulet is full of holiness that can protect owner from any hazardous and insecure as well as bestow prosperity, enhance life in any aspect and bring peacefulness.

“Pang Perd Lok” is the word recalling the event that Lord Buddha’s returned to Earth after delivering a sermon to his dead mother in heaven.

In the seventh year after Lord Buddha’s enlightenment, he decided to give a sermon to his dead mother, Sirimahamaya, in Dusit heaven, so he stayed in the heaven for three months from “Khao Phansa” (Buddhist Lent) to “Ok Phansa” (the end of Buddhist Lent).

On Ok Phansa day, the 15th day of the 11th waxing moon, Lord Buddha had come back to Earth and made the miracle that all realms (heaven, human, and hell) can see each other while he was going down.

Next morning, the 1st day of the 11th waning moon, most citizens made a big "Tak Bat" (offering food to the Buddhist monk) as they had not seen Lord Buddha for almost three months. That event was originally called "Tak Bat Theworohana" or "Tak Bat Thewo" in order to celebrate coming back of Buddha and this merit-making event has been a festival in Thailand until now.


Objective: Proceeds from amulets will go to Wat ThamMueangNa for religious purposes.

About LP Ma:
LP Ma (often called LuangTa Ma) is an abbot of Wat ThamMueangNa in Chiang Mai province (the north of Thailand). He is one of famous guru monks in Thailand. LP Ma was born on the 23rd November 1934 in the Sakon Nakhon Province. LP Ma has been a lay disciple of LP Du and practiced intensive meditation under guidance of LP Du for more than 20 years. He was ordained as a monk on Sunday the 24th July 1988 at Wat Buddhathaisawan in Ayutthaya province.

About LP Du:
Luangpu Du (29 Apr. 1904 – 17 Jan. 1990) was a well-known monk in Ayutthaya Province and a former abbot of Wat Sakae. LP Du’s amulets are very sacred. There are many disciples of LP Du in Thailand because his teachings are very good. LP Du studied the magic with many top guru monks in the past such as LP Glun (Wat Phayatikaram, Ayutthaya). LP Du passed away on the 17th January 1990 C.E. at age 86.


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