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PDMAB7065 : Protective Strength & Lucky! Teak Wood Magical Tiger Amulet (LP Weera, Wat Homsil, Samut Prakan Province) with Katha:
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Name: Magical Tiger Amulet
From: LP Weera, Wat Homsil, Samut Prakan Province
Batch: Phayak Parb PhaiRee (Tiger Stops Enemy)
Year: 2561 B.E. (2018 C.E.)
Power: Fetish in tiger image is believed to have the power of invulnerability; making a carrier resistant to any danger, and moreover involves good luck.
Size: 2.3 x 3.3 cm
Material: made of teak wood the part of Wat Homsil’s Ubosot (Buddhist chapel)
Present: Every tiger amulet was inscribed with Yant characters by LP Weera, an abbot of Wat Homsil who keeps on the powerful tiger magic of LP Parn of Wat Bang Hia (a past legendary guru monk of Samut Prakan Province) through LP Charn of Wat Bang Bor.
Ceremony: There was hallowed blessing ceremony by LP Weera and many guru monks such as LP Foo Wat Bangsamak, LP John Wat Boonyarit, LP Charn Wat Bang Bor and others on Saturday 16 June 2018 the same day as holy casting of the former abbot and Buddha statue of Wat Homsil.
Amount: created only 199 pieces
Objective: to earn donations for developing and restoring Wat Homsil
About Guru Monk:
LP Weera of Wat Homsil is a respectable guru monk in Samut Prakan province. He is kind to everyone, so he is respected by many people. Moreover, LP Weera is a disciple of LP Charn Wat Bang Bor who is a famous guru monk in Samut Prakan. LP Weera studied mantras with LP Charn including magic of tiger that LP Charn is very famous for, so magical ability of LP Weera is not common.
As for Wat Homsil, it is an old temple in Samut Prakan province. The Temple was once deserted, but at present it has LP Weera as an abbot.
LP Weera is often invited by disciples to bless at many places not only in Thailand but also foreign country for example Malaysia and Singapore.
Moreover, he devotes himself to Buddhist benefits for example running a free yearly ordination project that 20-year-old men can get ordained without any fees. This is a good project in maintaining Buddhism for next generations.
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