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PDMAB8368 : Invulnerable & Metta! Nah Karb Coin (can make holy water) - Wai Kru Phutthakom KowOor batch (LP Phon, Wat Lon, Phatthalung Province)
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Name: Nah Karb Coin

From: LP Phon, Wat Lon, Phatthalung Province

Origin: Thailand

Year: B.E.2562 (C.E.2019)

Batch: “Wai Kru Phutthakom KowOor” (paying respect to KowOor’s masters)

Material: great blessed metal.

Size: diameter 3.7 cm

Purpose of Making: Temple needs some money to complete the construction of the Uposatha hall.

Ceremony: LP Phon properly blessed this holy coin in Wai Kru ceremony 2019.

Powerful: Nah Karb Coin is Southern talisman which is famous for protection & being invulnerable. Moreover, is good for metta; power that makes people like and kind to us.

Moreover, when somebody's got black magic, you can dip this coin in the water and spell to make holy water driving out evil treat from body.

Luangphee Phon (PhraKruThammathornNiphon), a present abbot of Wat Lon, Phatthalung province has released holy collection for people to worship in order to earn donations for building the chapel. There was blessing ceremony on 1 November 2016 that LP Phon and top guru monks of the South joined the ritual.

This abbot is not common because Luangphee Phon is a skilled guru monk. He studied magic and mantras of PhoThan Wan who was a past abbot. Magic of PhoThan Wan is incomparable, so LP Phon would like to keep it on.

About Temple:
Wat Lon is a well-known temple in Phatthalung province, the South of Thailand. Wat Lon has stood for a long time. In fact, it was built in B.E. 2482 (C.E. 1939), the reign of King Rama the Eighth. Wat Lon is also famous for old amulets. Besides, Wat Lon established the school named Wat Lon School.

PhoThan Wan: The Superb Monk of Magic and Mantras Said Able to Disappear and Resistant to Damage!
PhoThan Wan (also Luangpho Wan Kaiyasit)(rank: PhraKruSatthanurak) is a past abbot of Wat Lon, Phatthalung province. Although he passed away many years ago, his holiness is still known nowadays. PhoThan Wan received magical knowledge from SamnakKowOor (magic center of the south, now is WatKowOor in Phatthalung province). Even Khunphantharakratchadet, a police officer who knew magic very well and who made legendary Jatukam amulet also highly respected PhoThan Wan. When being alive, PhoThan Wan participated in many grand blessing ceremonies. Amulets from PhoThan Wan are prominent in Charm (or Metta MahaNiyom), Business and Protection.

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