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PDMAB8656 : Deity Quicken All Wishes! Thao Maha Phrom (Brahma) Amulet Teptaro Wood Powder - Sompratthana’ batch (LP Goon, Muen Sila Monastery, Ubon Ratchathani Province) with Katha:
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Name: Thao Maha Phrom (Brahma) Amulet
Serial No: "258" (written in Thai number at the bottom)
From: LP Goon, Muen Sila Monastery, Ubon Ratchathani Province
God of Achievement>> Brahma (Thai: Phra Phrom or Thao Maha Phrom) is one of the 3 highest Hindu gods, also known as ‘God of Creation’. People believe Brahma built the world and created humans and all creatures, having duty of protecting the world, human and animals, moreover controlling human beings’ fate. So worshipping Brahma is regarded to support worshiper’s destiny and be auspicious when starting the important activity or establishment.
Batch: Sompratthana (fulfillment)
Year: B.E. 2561 (C.E. 2018)
Material: Teptaro (name of auspicious wood), Wahn 108 (108 kinds of plants people believe to bring luck, wealth, charm and protection)
Present: backside embedded with copper Takrut for more powerful.
Size: width 2.7 cm x height 4 cm
Amount: made 500 pieces.
Purpose of Making: to earn budget for filling the ground to build the sermon hall.
Ceremony: holy blessing by LP Goon on auspicious occasion.
Luangpu Goon, a holy purity monk of E-SAN (the North of Thailand):
This is Luangpu Goon from Ubon Ratchathani province aged 84 (2018 C.E.). LP Goon is a clean monk who lives away from modern life preferring to stay simply and solitarily like monks in the past who sought for calmness of mind than anything else. When LP Goon is free, he likes to make holy powder by spelling and writing Yant characters with mass pencil on a slate board. He said Somdej Toh (a pioneer of Phra Somdej amulet and a former abbot of Wat Rakhang, Bangkok whom Thai people highly respect) also did this because in fact concentrating on making holy powder is another way of meditation. When asking LP Goon whom he studied mantras with, he said disciples of Kammathan Phaeng, a great monk of Northeastern Thailand.
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