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PDMAB8806c : Expel Evil Forces & Unlucky! Rahu Kala Ta Diaw Giant Swallows the Moon holy one-eyed coconut shell amulet (Wat SriSaThong, Nakhon Pathom Province )
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Name: Rahoo Kala Ta Diaw (Giant Swallows the Moon holy one-eyed coconut shell)

Sema means a shape of Buddhist boundary stone.

From: Wat SriSaThong, Nakhon Pathom Province

Origin: Thailand

Batch: Chanthaluparaka (lunar eclipse)

Year: 2560 B.E. (2017 C.E.)

Size: 2.5 cm x 4 cm

Material: holy one-eyed coconut shell beads and metal clasp

Purpose of Making: to earn donations for developing and restoring Wat SriSaThong

Ceremony: This Rahoo amulet was properly blessed by abbot and monks in holy ceremony using method of LP Noi, former abbot of Wat SriSaThong who created famous Rahoo amulet in Thailand.

Power: According to Rahoo subject of Wat SriSaThong, if you have one and you always pay homage to it, you will obtain a lot of properties and money will come in continuously. Also, people believe that Phra Rahoo by Wat Srisathong can protect form mischief, sorcery and evil spirits. Also, Phra Rahoo can change bad thing to become good thing and induce good luck to the owner.

To create an auspicious of Phra Rahoo materials to be used for according to the book that is coconut shell with an eye. Generally, the coconuts have 3 holes consisting of 1 hole for growth and 2 holes for eyes of coconut, but the coconut shell with an eye has 2 holes consisting of 1 hole for growth and 1 hole for eye of coconut which is rare. The coconut shell with an eye is a supernatural mystery in itself. Although not to make magic, it is also a holy which is the coconut sell with an eye and the coconut shell of amulet. There are many amazing for example,
1. For eating is spoon the rice cooker and if the business professional is grow up wealth of perfectly and if the farmers would make farm rice and crops is a grow up and finally if the government was to develop a way pretensions.
2. To create amulets because this type coconut is a great mystery and if the magic chanted that will charge a lot more miracles.
3. To apply for protection against misfortune, black magic and ghosts.
4. Worship on a regular basis to make money, wealth and fortune regularly.
5. For a doctor’s tradition to cut the cataract for completely cured and this is the faith of the elders to recount the past according to the book of Wat SriSaThong for create an auspicious.

Phra Rahoo of Wat SriSaThong – the powerful mystery in Thailand!!

Luang Pho Noy of wat Srisathong, Nakhon Pathom provice was the first monk who created style of Ox amulet statues and Phra Rahoo amulets from Laos. He is a Laostian monk and popular for his knowledge in both holy Dharma and Visha (magic).

Phra Rahoo is the famous auspicious amulet of Wat Srisathong. Phra Rahoo is a mythological monster who is supposed to cause eclipses by taking the moon or the sun in his mouth. He is a kind of giant in Thai myth. The legend is that Pra-Rahoo was an immortal giant because he drank some holy nectar. The temple created Phra Rahoo amulet not only – taking the moon in his mouth – but also taking the sun in his mouth.

The legend of creation of Phra Rahoo talisman was created by the two hermits. One of them was penance in the cave on Nantakhate Mountain. Both of them created magical drawing and magic words in order to sanctify Phra Rahoo amulet. One hermit created magical drawing and magic words of Suriyabuppa (eclipse of the sun period) to sanctify Phra Rahoo which taking the sun in his mouth. The other hermit created magical drawing and magic words of Chandrabuppa (eclipse of the moon in his mouth. The two hermits made those things because they had foresight to know that humans will face with danger and grieves in the future. The auspicious amulet, Phra Rahoo, could help people free from ones. To sanctify Phra Rahoo amulet, it must be made 8 periods for being holy and effective.

Biography of LP Noi of wat SriSaThong:
LP Noi of Wat SriSaThong, Nakhon Pathom province was born on 14 February 1892 and passed away on 10 December 1945 at the age of 53 year old. He studied magic from his father when he was young. He was ordained as a monk at the age of 21 at Wat GlarngKooWieng. He has been an expert of concentration of mindfulness in Buddhism way. LP Noy is a Laoss’s monk. He is has been studied the art of making efficacious Phra Rahoo statues from Laoss. He was the first monk who created style of Phra Rahoo in Thailand and popular for his knowledge in both Holy Dharma and Visha (magic).
Wat SriSaThong located at Nakorn Pathom Province, Thailand. It occurs from cooperation from many villagers. When it was under construction, they found Phra Thong in underground. Thus, people called “Wat HuaThong” In the reign of LP Noi, this temple was very progress. Next, it was changed the name to be “Wat SriSaThong”. Nowadays, most of people worship Phra Rahoo at this temple.

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