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PDMAB6958 : Beg for Great Money! Satin Coated ‘Chu Chok’ Khor Ngoen Lan Amulet (LP Amnard, Mahawiro Dharma Retreat, Chaiyaphum Province) with Katha:
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Name: Chu Chok Amulet
Batch: Khor Ngoen Lan (Begging for Million Money)
Year: 2561 B.E. (2018 C.E.)
From: LP Amnard, Mahawiro Dharma Retreat, Chaiyaphum Province
Size: 1.3 x 3 cm
Material: great blessed metal with satin coating
Present: the bottom of amulet with holy mass, Takrut and a round metal code
Made 799 pieces.
Objective: to earn donations for improving the area of the standing Buddha statue and Mahawiro Dharma Retreat
Ceremony: holy blessing by LP Amnard on the auspicious occasion at Mahawiro Dharma Retreat
About Guru Monk:
LP Amnard (monk name: Mahawiro) was born in Prachinburi province. He traveled to the Northeast of Thailand until he met LP KamMoon of WatPraJawOoy, Chaiyaphum province who is a guru monk of this age. LP Amnard has a lot of magical knowledge in making powerful KhunPaen from LP KamMoon. He used to study magic from many Cambodian masters when he went on a pilgrimage (Tudong) in Cambodia.
**Chu Chok, a Superb Begging Icon**
There are many wealthy amulets in Thailand and Chu Chok is one of them. From Buddha story to the great amulet of wealth, Chu Chok has been said to excellently bring money and fruitful business to the owner.
The appearance of Chu Chok is usually an old man with long beard, a bun of hair like a Brahman, and a bent back. He does not wear the upper clothes. He is often seen with a walking stick and bag.
According to the story of Buddha, although Chu Chok was an old ugly beggar, he never lacked money because people who saw Chu Chok always had compassion for him and donated to him every time. That is why an image of Chu Chok is believed to magnetize money and draw people mercy very well. Also, the story says Chu Chok got a son and a daughter of Buddha and even a beautiful wife (daughter of a rich man). This description shows that Chu Chok is not common.
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