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Directmall > No.1372: LP Phrom **Auspiciousness & Protection > PDMAB8046
PDMAB8046 : Auspicious & Remove Bad Mysteries! 12-inch Auspicious Wood Mai Kru Lersi (Hermit Guru Stick with Kring) (LP Phrom, Wat Ban Suan, Phatthalung Province)
with Katha: MaiKru_LPPhrom
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Name: 12-inch Auspicious Wood Mai Kru Lersi (Hermit Guru Stick with Kring)

Kring = inside metal bead

From: LP Phrom, Wat Ban Suan, Phatthalung Province

Origin: Thailand

Year: B.E. 2556 (C.E. 2013 )

Power: Thai people believe Mai Kru can protect owner from black magic, malicious spirits and bad invisible things. Also, they say if spell Katha and dab on the wounds, bites or bruises, it can heal.

Material: This Mai Kru is made of auspicious wood. The top is blackened metal and tip is brass.

Present:
1. LP Phrom wrote Yant characters on Mai Kru by himself.
2. Bottom of Mai Kru is filled Takrut to add more sacredness.

Lersi is a hermit. In Thailand, people worship many Lersi spirits such as Phor Gae, Lersi NaRod, Lersi TaWua, Lersi TaFai, Lersi Kobut and so on. People believe Lersi is very holy that can bring auspicious things and safety to their lives and fulfill their wishes such as career, business, etc.

Size: width 2.5 x height 30 cm

Ceremony: LP Phrom wrote Yant and properly blessed this Mai Kru for a period of time.

Objective: donations to develop and restore Wat Ban Suan, Phatthalung Province

Biography of LP Phrom:

LP Phrom KhantiKo or “Phrakhru Khan Taya Phon” of Wat Ban Suan, Phatthalung province. LP is the well kwon monk and expert in the magic and the topmost monks in southern of Thailand. LP studied the magic from Khao O Samnak Tak Sila (the school of magic).
LP Phrom conducts himself in the teachings of Buddha and there are many people admire him. Nowadays LP Phrom is 67 years old and LP Phrom is the abbot of Wat Ban Suan. LP Phrom born on Monday 10 March C.E.1942 in Phathalung province. When LP Phrom was 20 years old went into priesthood at Wat Ban Suan that had Phrakhru Phiphat Siri Thon or LP Khong Sirimto was the preceptor. After that LP Phrom went to Bangkok for studing the buddha’s teaching at Wat Trai Mit then LP Khong died from the reason LP Phrom was the abbot of Wat Bansuan. LP Phrom has developed and built the public benefits for the people and has given the scholar ship to the student and the novice who is poor.

LP Phrom is the well kwon monk that studied the magic from LP Khong Si Rim To the former abbot of Wat Bansaun who was studied the magic from Phrakhru Sit Tha Ya Pha Rat that studied the magic from Wat KowOor. So LP Phrom studied the magic from Wat KowOor.The amulets of LP Phrom have the many Buddha’s grace and the amulets of LP Phrom are required from the people such as Rian Run Chatu Ra Chan 1 in 2005 C.E. and 2 in 2006 C.E. and Phra Pit Ta that made from the holy herbs. There are the many disciples invite LP Phrom to bless the amulets although LP Phrom is the oldish.

Wat KowOor has more than 120 year history of making good amulets. Most of the believer’s considered that the amulets carry protective powers. Also, many holy monks has been studied the art of making efficacious amulets and magic from this temple, as LP Tow, LP Ied, LP Num, LP Ngurn of Wat DaunSaLa, LP Kong of Wat BanSuan, LP Pah, LP Glun of Wat KowOor and Arjarn KunPan (layman), etc.


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