PDMAC1771 : PRO Lucky No.4159 Harm Protection B.E.2516 Luangpho Kong (teacher of LP Koon) Medal (LP Koon Paritsuttho, Wat BahnRai, Nakhon Ratchasima province) with Katha:
|The best amulet of protection. |
100% Authentic from Temple
Name: B.E.2516 Luangpho Kong (teacher of LP Koon) medal
**Luangpho Kong (former abbot of Wat Thanon Hak Yai, Nakhon Ratchasiman Province) is a teacher of LP Koon. LP Kong imparted magical knowledge to LP Koon.
Batch: Mang Mee Si Suk (happy and wealthy)
Year: B.E.2516 (C.E.1973)
From: LP Koon Paritsuttho, Wat BahnRai, Nakhon Ratchasima province
Size: 2.6 cm x 4 cm
Purpose of Making: to earn donations to develop and restore Wat BahnRai.
Ceremony: LP Koon strongly blessed this LP Kong medal by himself for 3 months.
Powerful: medal with image of LP Kong who is teacher of LP Koon is great power in protecting worshiper from dangers, fatal accidents, spirits and bad things. In addition, LP Kong medal will bring good luck and good things to believers.
Present: Backside of medal has holy yantra symbol to increase the power.
Biography of LP Koon :
Luangpho Koon Paritsuttho of Wat BahnRai, Nakhon Ratchasima Province was born in B.E. 2466 (C.E. 1923). LP Koon was ordained at age 21. LP Koon is expert at Buddhist meditation and contemplation, so he had strong mindfulness and powerful mind power. He learnt magic from Pha Arjan Kong and Mr. Lod who was his grandfather. He went on a pilgrimage to Laos, Cambodia to achieve mysticism (way to get closer to Buddha).
Amulets from LP Koon are well-known for protection and wealth. LP Koon calmly passed away on 16 May 2558 B.E. (2015 C.E.) at the age of 92. His body was taken to Khon Kaen Hospital according to the intention of LP Koon to donate body for study.
Statement Command Power of LP Koon:
When talking about LP Koon, people never forget the event in 1993 that Royal Plaza Hote in Nakhon Ratchasima Province collapsed. 137 people died, but others survived because they had LP Koon amulets. With mercy, LP Koon came to the ruins and prayed for the dead. On that day, someone asked LP Koon whether the unsteady ruins could fall down and LP Koon said they didn’t. Amazingly, unsteady ruins have stood until now. That means what LP Koon said is true.
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