PDMAC1979 : 3 pcs in Teak Box - Si Hoo Ha Ta, Lord Indra Transformation 4 Ears 5 Eyes God of Wealth Lucky Fortune with TPC Certificate (KB Boonma, Wat Samakeetham, Lampang Province) with Katha:
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Name: 3 Pcs of Wood Si Hoo Ha Ta (4 Ears 5 Eyes Critter God of Wealth Lucky Fortune) in Standable Teak Box.
These 3 amulets are complete with Certificate of Authenticity from Tha Phrachan a famuous verifying amulet company where many people in Thailand trust.
Serial Number : 19 (per each)
Amount of Making : 210 sets only.
Year: B.E.2558 (C.E.2015)
From: KB Boonma, Wat Samakeetham, Lampang Province
Material: Si Hoo Ha Ta amulet is created from carved sacred wood. Inside contains blessing mercury to increase power of charm, fortune, wealth and fame.
Size: amulet 1.5 x 3.5 cm / box width 16 cm x length 27
Purpose of Making: To earn donations to develop and restore old buildings in Wat Samakeetham.
Ceremony: KB Boonma strongly blessed these Si Hoo Ha Ta amulets with mantra and mindstream.
Power: In Hindu belief, Indra Deity transformed himself into a monster with four ears and five eyes called ‘Si Hoo Ha Ta’ (also ‘Thep In’) in order to help people. In Thailand, Thep In is a name of a monster amulet which is known well in the north of Thailand. People believe that Thep In amulet can make them lucky, run business well, live in peacefulness, change bad fortune to good fortune and fulfill the owner’s wishes.
Story of Si Hoo Ha Ta:
Once upon a time, there was a beggar family. That family had 3 members: father, mother and son. Then mother died. After that, father died. Before father died, he told his son to bury his dead body and take out his skull when it falls out. Father told his son to roll his skull along the ground. Father told his son to make a trap where his skull stops and take a trapped animal home to feed. Father said a trapped animal would bring good luck. After father died, his son did all what his father told.
One day, a monster was trapped. It looked like a gorilla with four eyes and five eyes. The son brought the monster home. When he got home, he made a bonfire. The monster was so hungry and ate red charcoals in front of him. The son was amazed. Moreover, when the monster finished, it produced gold feces. The boy kept the gold in his garden and soon his garden was full of gold.
One day, the son heard the news that the king was finding the bridegroom for his daughter, but it was not easy. The king challenged all men in the town that he will give his daughter when the man could build the gold gutter to the castle. No one could, except the son. He used gold feces from the monster to build the gutter. The son married the princess as he wished.
However, the king was anxious to know how his son - in - law could get the gold. The king asked the son and the son told the king everything. So, the king and his guards came to catch the monster. When they arrived, the monster was frightened and ran way. It went in the cave. No one saw the monster ever since.
Biography of KB Boonma:
Kruba Boonma (Kruba is the same meaning as Luangpho or Luangpu spoken in northern Thailand) (his monk name: Suphattho), abbot of Wat Samakeetham, Lampang province is highly respected by people in the North. He is kind to everyone, helps people and teaches people to do good every day.
Kruba Boonma is a good friend of Luangpho Chao, Wat Huai LamYai, Nakhon Sawan province. They always respect each other.
Kruba Boonma was born on 5 June 2467 B.E. (1924 C.E.) in Lampang province, northern Thailand. He got ordained in Buddhism as a novice at age 15 and became a monk at age 20. After ordination, he concentrated on dharma and monk studing and accomplished Nak Tham Ek, highest degree of basic monk-novice education.
Kruba Boonma began Vipassana (meditation) and writing Yant (holy scripts) when he was young. He went to Bangkok to study Vipassana at Wat Mahathat (famous temple for meditation). He found Vipassana interesting and useful. When he returned to hometown, he learnt Vipassana from senior monk Kruba Thammachai for many years. Then he went to Samnak Susan TriLak to be a disciple of Luangpho Kasem whom he admires. After that, he learnt mantras from Kruba Yodjai Siriyo, abbot of Wat Thung Kwian, Lampang province at that time until fully understood. Finally, he studied more Vipassana from Kruba Phromma at Wat Phra Phutthabat Takpha, Lamphun province where was another famous meditation school in those days.
Until now, Kruba Boonma has been following the footsteps of Luangpho Kasem, admirable monk in Thai people hearts. Prominent personalities of Kruba Boonma are being modest, being solitary and being easy-going. His words usually imply dharma of Buddha. Most people visiting Kruba Boonma often have good luck.
KB Boon peacefully passed away on 13 October B.E.2559 (C.E.2016) at age 93.
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