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PDMAB6237 : Fortune-Catching Crocodile Amulet Polished Brass (LP UdomSarp, Wat Weruwan Thammawihan, Sisaket Province) with Katha:
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Name: Crocodile Amulet
From: LP UdomSarp, Wat Weruwan Thammawihan, Sisaket Province
Year: 2560 B.E. (2017 C.E.)
Size: 2.3 x 3.9 cm
Material: polished brass
Present: The crocodile is holding Takrut which LP UdomSarp inscribed Yant by hand in its mouth, and moreover filled with holy mass, Takrut, money-attracting ore and tied with blessed cloth.
Power: Good fetish for money and best selling.
Crocodile in Buddhist Belief:
Crocodile also appears in Buddhism. A picture of crocodile is printed on the flag in Kathin (annual Buddhist merit making). Crocodile picture refers to the story of a stingy millionaire. Once upon a time, there was a stingy millionaire. He never made merit. He buried money in front of his house near river. He was so stingy that did not tell his wife and son where money was. When he died, his spirit became a crocodile swimming near his money place.
Time passed, river broke soil nearer where money was kept. Millionaire spirit was afraid that money would be lost by water. So, he appeared in his son dream. In the dream, a millionaire told his son that he became a crocodile due to too much worry about money. He told his son to take money he buried to donate to temple for merit. With gratitude, the son took his father money to join Katha event at the temple near river. The son made a crocodile flag as a representative of his father who donated.
Deeply, crocodile image in Kathin would like to teach people to make merit during the lifetime because when we die we cannot take money with us except merit we make.
Ceremony: This amulet received incantation from LP UdomSarp already.
Objective: to earn donations for developing and restoring the temple
About LP UdomSarp:
This is Luangpu UdomSarp or Phra Arjarn Joi Sirikutato) abbot of Wat Weruwan Thammawihan, Sisaket Province. He was born on 11 November 1960. Began monkhood at the age of 19. After ordination, LP UdomSarp set off a monk journey to seek for dharma and occultism. He met and learnt magic and mantras from many guru monks such as LP Eiad Wat Ban Dan, LP Lue Wat Kam Yard, etc. Devoted himself as a disciple of LP Lamai, a holy revered monk.
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