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PDMAB6952 : Lucky, Success & Entirely Safe! Nok Yoong Thong (Gold Peacock) Amulet, Green Color (KB Chaiyapathaphee, Wat Doi Duang Kaew Sapphanyu, Chiang Rai Province)
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Name: Nok Yoong Thong (Gold Peacock) Amulet, Green Color

Batch: Moraparit

Year: 2561 B.E. (2018 C.E.)

From: KB Chaiyapathaphee, Wat Doi Duang Kaew Sapphanyu, Chiang Rai Province

Origin: Thailand

Size: 3 x 3.8 cm

Material: great blessed meditation powder

Present: backside with auspicious gems and Takrut

Power: best talisman for good luck, successful life and protection from all dangers

Objective: KB Chaiyapathaphee will take donations to develop and restore Wat Doi Duang Kaew Sapphanyu.

Ceremony: holy incantation on the auspicious day by ‘Kruba Chaiyapathaphee’ a young venerated monk whom Northern people praise as ‘Saint of Lanna’

Story of the Gold Peacock:

Once, Buddha was born as a peacock living in Himavanta, the paradise forest. The peacock saw his beautiful image on the water and realized it would bring him danger, so he moved to inner area of the paradise forest to stay away from enemies. In the mornings, the peacock mindfully looked at the sun and chanted the incantation “Moraparit”. He did that every morning and night, before and after going for food.

One day Khemarat Devi, the queen of King Phrommathat dreamt of the gold peacock preaching her dharma. After dreaming, she told her husband to fetch her the gold peacock. The King ordered servants to hunt the gold peacock, but no one could. Many years passed, the Queen died without contentment with the gold peacock.

That caused anger to the King. He told everyone a lie that whoever ate the gold peacock meat would be immortal. However, from King Phrommathat to the Sixth King, the gold peacock was still free.
Until the Seventh King, one hunter noticed a habit of the gold peacock that he chanted every day. The hunter taught a peahen to tempt the gold peacock. With irresistible charm of the peahen, the gold peacock was trapped. The hunter brought the gold peacock to the King. But with power of the incantation, when the King saw the gold peacock, he felt admiration and changed thought of eating. Eventually, the gold peacock was released to the forest as usual.

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