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PDMAC545y : Easy get money! Chu Chok (Lucky Old Man) Amulet (LP Rittidet, Phutthanimittang Monastery, Phetchabun Province ) with Katha:
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Name: Chu Chok (Lucky Old Man) Amulet
From: LP Rittidet, Phutthanimittang Monastery, Phetchabun Province
Year: B.E.2563 (C.E.2020)
Material: sacred metal
Purpose: to earn donations from amulet to develop and restore the monastery.
Ceremony: LP Rittidet resolutely directed magic spell and mind stream towards amulet by himself.
Chu Chok, Lucky Old Man:
There are many wealthy amulets in Thailand and Chu Chok is one of them. From Buddha story to the great amulet of wealth, Chu Chok has been said to excellently bring money and fruitful business to the owner.
The appearance of Chu Chok is usually an old man with long beard, a bun of hair like a Brahman, and a bent back. He does not wear the upper clothes. He is often seen with a walking stick and bag.
According to the story of Buddha, although Chu Chok was an old ugly beggar, he never lacked money because people who saw Chu Chok always had compassion for him and donated to him every time. That is why an image of Chu Chok is believed to magnetize money and draw people mercy very well. Also, the story says Chu Chok got a son and a daughter of Buddha and even a beautiful wife (daughter of a rich man). This description shows that Chu Chok is not common.
About Guru Monk:
“Luang Phor Rittidet Kantawanno” or “monk with snake cane” is an abbot of Phutthanimittang Monastery in Phetchabun Province. This Luang Phor knows magic and can contact Naga god. His amulets are prominent in many sides: wealth, good luck, charm and protection.
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