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PDMAB8771 : Energy Protection! Suer Mai Phaya Ngiw Dam- Sao Ha batch B.E.2560 (LP Weera, Wat Homsil, Samut Prakan Province ) with Katha:
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Name: Suer Mai Phaya Ngiw Dam **come with metal wire for carry along.
From: LP Weera, Wat Homsil, Samut Prakan Province
Batch: “Sao Ha”
Year: 2560 B.E. (2017 C.E.)
Material: carved from “Mai Ngiw Dam” a name of black forest wood believed to have protective power.
Present: bottom with Yant and serial number.
Size: 2 cm x 3.2 cm
Amount: created 61 pieces.
Powerful: Tiger is a symbol of “power” and “good luck”. Tiger amulet will make the holder invulnerable to dangers and bad things, respectable and lucky.
Objective: to earn donations for developing and restoring Wat Homsil.
Ceremony: holy blessing on 1 April 2017 (Sao Ha; the holy propitious day) performed by LP Weera (abbot of Wat Homsil), LP Charn (Wat Bang Bor, Samut Prakan Province) and LP Foo (Wat Bangsamak, Chachoengsao Province)
Biography of LP Weera:
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. LP has been interested in magic since young inspired by his father who has ability in magic and using herbs to cure people.
LP studied magic with his father including how to write Yant TreeNiSingHe that LP can do very well.
Until teenager, LP went to study more magic with many gurus both monk and master such as:
Arjarn Soon who is the expert in Sak Yant (magical tattooing), LP Foo Wat Bangsamak and LP Charn Wat Bang Bor.
With a lot of magic, his father was afraid LP might go in wrong way, so his father suggested LP to go into priesthood in order to serve the Buddhism and using magic to help people.
After ordination, LP sets his heart on dharma and precepts. LP has many disciples especially police and soldiers in high rank. LP is often invited by disciples to bless at many places not only in Thailand but also foreign country for example Malaysia and Singapore.
Besides, 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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