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PDMAB6833 : EYE OF SHIVA - Destructor of Misfortune & Bad Things (AJ Plian, Wat KowOor, Phatthalung Province ) with Katha:
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Name: Eye of Shiva Amulet
From: AJ Plian, Wat KowOor, Phatthalung Province
Batch: Maha Pokasarp KowOor
Year: 2560 B.E. (2017 C.E.)
Size: 2.4 x 1.2 cm
Information: Shiva, one of the main deities of Hinduism, whom Shaivites worship as the supreme god. Among his common epithets are God of Destruction, Shambhu (“Benign”), Shankara (“Beneficent”), Mahesha (“Great Lord”), and Mahadeva (“Great God”). His worship enables his worshiper great destruction against Menaces, Evil, Obstacles & Misfortune.
Power: This batch is great for finance, career and business. Inside power will protect and secure destiny of owner to easily complete anything, be more and more opulent and happy.
Material: Making of this batch takes powerful mixtures from many temple and magical instructors such as
1) broken amulet powder of AJ Chum Chaikiri of year 2484-2525 B.E.
2) Phutthanimit (Buddha’s premonition) Powder of year 2484 B.E.
3) 108 kinds of herbs that holds various powers
4) 108 kinds of auspicious flowers
5) Soil from 4 Buddha’s places
6) Water from 9 holy rivers and holy water from many temples
7) Moss from 9 pagodas
8) Salt lick from 9 places
9) Holy minerals
10) Multi-herb powder Indochina era 2497 B.E.
11) Great blessed black sticky rice and sesame oil AJ Plian
12) Wahn Suriyan Chantra Powder 2530 B.E.
13) Dugong’s tears
14) Great blessed powder Phra Arjarn SriNgoen Wat Don Sala
15) See Phueng Prai Guman AJ Prathueang (filled on the back of the amulet)
Ceremony: This batch was consecrated on 27 September 2017 by AJ Plian and instructors of KowOor: Phra Mahacharoon Wat Khao Mueang, Phra Arjarn Chian Wat KowOor, and AJ Prathueang Innthong exclusively consecrated at his house on the same day.
About Guru Master:
KowOor is the first oldest magic shool in Southern Thailand (today becomes a temple). This place magnetizes people who love magic and supernatural arts to come to learn. Until now, KowOor has built a lot of skilled guru monks and masters who are propagating magic of KowOor in many areas in Thailand.
Arjarn Plian (Mr. Plian Hatthayanon), a layman who is proficient at magic and mantras from Phattalung province, Southern Thailand. He is so attached to Wat KowOor, formerly known as the magic school of the South because he ever studied there. Today, AJ Plian helps Wat KowOor hold ritual ceremonies keeping magical knowledge what he loves.
About Wat KowOor:
Wat KowOor aged more than 120 is a famous temple for magic and mantras. In fact, Wat KowOor is the oldest spiritual and magical academy in Thailand. In the past, people who were very interested in magic and mantra went to Wat KowOor or Samnak KowOor at that time. People studying here must not use magical knowledge to kill people or commit a sin. A Learner of Samnak KowOor must be a good man and grateful to parents and a teacher. Samnak KowOor has produced many important guru monks and masters such as LP Kron, LP Nam, LP Kloy, Khunphantharakratchadet, AJ Plian, etc. These people have magical competence. In fact, Wat KowOor is also a good place for studying herbal medicine.
Wat KowOor is located in Kuan Kanoon district, Phatthalung province. This temple has the cave which is on the mountain named Tham Chatthanbanpot where is used to hold rites and ceremonies. The legend says that Wat KowOor in the past was the place where hermits drilled. Later, it became the center of magic gurus. Those gurus wanted to hand down their knowledge, so they taught magic to people who were interested. Year after year, magic, mantra and herbal medicine spread to people generation by generation. It is believed that if we participate in these ceremonies, we will be indestructible to dangers.
Here are ceremonies popularly held at Wat KowOor.
1. Phithee Sek Wanh: a ceremony that herbs (Wanh) which are believed to make person invulnerable are consecrated by a magical expert and distributed to people to eat
2. Phithee Hoong Khao Niaw Dam: a ceremony that black rice is cooked with herbs not less than 108 kinds and distributed to people to eat
3. Phithee Sek Namman Nga Dib: a ceremony that raw sesame oil is consecrated by a magical expert and distributed to people to eat
4. Phithee Chae Wanh Ya: a ceremony that people soak in the water which is mixed with herbs and already consecrated by a magical expert
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