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PDMAC3529 : PRO Lucky No.5989 Protection Secure First Batch Phra NakProk Bai Makham Tiny Coin B.E.2557 (LP Tiew, Wat Maneechonlakhan, Lopburi Province)
with Katha: Buddha_NakProk

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Name: First Batch Phra NakProk Bai Makham Tiny Coin B.E.2557

Serial Number: 1802

From: LP Tiew, Wat Maneechonlakhan, Lopburi Province

Origin: Thailand

Size: 0.7 x 1.5 cm.

Material: Nawa (a mixture of 9 different metals)

Build: 1,999 pieces

Year: B.E.2557 (C.E.2014)

**Power: Phra NakProk Pim Bai Makham (Pim Bai Makham = in shape of a tamarind leaf) is one of 5 popular amulets in Thailand. It is designed to be very small in order to be easily carried along by the owner. Phra NakProk will make the worshipper safe because its power can protect from dangers, accidents and disasters. Moreover, Phra NakProk will bring auspiciousness to life of the worshipper and change bad fortune to good fortune. Phra NakProk is the amulet of people whose day of birth is on Saturday.

**Legend of NakProk
NakProk is name of the Buddha image under the covering by Naga. This happened when Buddha was in practice of being enlightened. Buddha sat under the big Bodhi tree (Srimahapho) and kept doing meditation. One day, it rained 7 days and 7 nights and Phaya Mujarin (king of great snakes) saw and was afraid that Buddha would get wet, so he covered Buddha with himself like an umbrella. In fact, Phaya Mujarin had faith in Buddha. When it stopped raining, Phaya Mujarin transformed himself into a human and paid respect to Buddha.

Batch: First

Release Year: 2557 B.E. (2014 C.E.)

Objectives: proceeds for developing and restoring Wat Maneechonlakhan

Ceremony: LP Tiew intensively blessed this medal by himself in the chapel of Wat Maneechonlakhan on the auspicious date and time.

About Guru Monk:
LP Tiew is a skilled guru monk. He is a current abbot of Wat Maneechonlakhan, Lopburi province.
He was born on 2 December 2502 B.E. (1959 C.E.) in Lopburi. His interest in magic began when he was preteen from hearing adults talking about supernatural stories. So, he went to magic gurus to learn magic from them. He studied such as sacred writing, inscribing Takrut, making holy powder and charm powder. Then he got ordained as a Buddhist novice at Wat Maneechonlakhan and stayed there. As a novice, he learnt more magic from Phra Samu Dam, a monk. He studied sacred Khmer writing. Phra Samu Dam suggested LP Tiew to learn meditation because mindfulness is base of having strong magic. Therefore, LP Tiew went to LP Du of Wat Sakae, Ayutthaya province. LP Du kindly taught LP Tiew meditation. At Wat Sakae, LP Tiew met LP See, a superb guru monk. Until age 20, he got ordained again as a monk at Wat Maneechonlakhan. After that, LP Tiew continued studying magic from many guru monks. Now, LP Tiew is an experienced guru monk who people rely on.


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