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PDMAC1407 : PRO Lucky No.7824 Wealth & Achievement! Polished Copper Sian (head) Phra Phirap Amulet– Kamnerd Sarp batch (LP Suphasit, Wat Bang Nam Chon, Bangkok)
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Name: Sian (head) Phra Phirap Amulet

Serial Number : 223

From: LP Suphasit, Wat Bang Nam Chon, Bangkok

Origin: Thailand

Batch: Kamnerd Sarp (Creation of Trasure)

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

Material: polished copper

Size: width 1.8 cm x height 1.3 cm

Amount: made 1,500 pieces.

Purpose of Making: to earn donations for developing and restoring the temple.

Ceremony: LP Suphasit has been strongly blessing from Wai Kru Day 11 November 2018 to 11 February 2019 (3 months).

PHRA PHIRAP (avatar of Shiva)
*Highest Teacher of Classical Dance
*God Who Brings Prosperity and Charm
*God Who Gives Life and Death
*God Who Washes Out Black Magic, Evil Spirits and All Bad Powers

Phra Phirap is the highest teacher of classical dance whom all Thai classical dancers respect. Idea of worshiping Phra Phirap comes from India and Nepal that worship Phra Phairawa. Phairawa and Phirap in Thai are the same one. In Hinduism, Phra Phairawa (Phirap) is an avatar of Shiva in the form of a powerful giant whose power can subdue ghosts and devils. In the past, there was great illness that spread out and killed many people. Then people prayed to Phra Phairawa for help and very soon that illness stopped and people became healthy.

In Thailand, Phra Phairawa is known as Phra Phirap. Not only the highest teacher of classical dance, Phra Phirap is believed to bring good luck, success, wealth and charm to a worshiper. That is why many Thai people who want to be prosperous and successful in career regularly worship Phra Phirap. Moreover, Phra Phirap will keep a worshiper away from bad luck, illness and danger amazingly.

About Guru Monk:
LP Suphasit or well-known as Phra Arjarn Suphasit, abbot of Wat Bang Nam Chon, Bangkok is expert at magic and mantras of Lanna (Northern) and the Central. He knows magical writing, northern Katha (spell) and Khmer magical characters. He had studied magical science since being young until became proficient.
LP Suphasit is merciful. He patronizes many temples because he promised to himself after ordination to use knowledge from teachers usefully to maintain Buddhism and help people.
Amulets and tattooing (Khem Thong) by LP Suphasit are very much powerful referring to teachers and ancient magic books. Although he is a monk not many years, his amulets guaranteed really helpful by owners. To build up the great holiness, LP Suphasit follows all what his teachers taught him and does with faith not doing by trends. He makes amulets by himself in every step inscribing, sculpting and casting.
LP Suphasit is humble and lives simply (the way of a monk). He prefers not to display his magical competence because people will see the real powers of his amulets by themselves. He is always a half glass of water. He is never too proud of himself because he thinks there are many things he has to learn.

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