PDMPR655 : Good Luck and Wealth! Alpaca Phra PidTa Bai Pho Amulet (bodhi leaf shape) (LP Ha, Wat Sakawan, Kalasin Province) with Katha:
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Name: Alpaca - Thai Flag Phra PidTa Bai Pho Amulet (bodhi leaf shape)
From: LP Ha, Wat Sakawan, Kalasin Province
Year: 2563 B.E. (2020 C.E.)
Serial Number = 118
Build: 399 Items
Size: 2.5 x 3.5 cm
Material: This amulet made of alpaca painted Thai flag pattern and coat gold is Bai Pho leaf shape.
Objective: to earn donations for developing and restoring Wat Sakawan
Ceremony: holy blessing performed by LP Ha on the auspicious occasion.
Power: Phra PidTa Bai Pho by LP Ha is famous for good luck and wealth, so it has been a popular amulet among business owners.
Luangpu Ha (Who Discovered Dinosaur):
This is a holy monk named Luangpu Ha or people call “A Dinosaur Monk” (birth: 2 July 1925, ordination: 1945). The name “Dinosaur” derived when LP Ha discovered the skeleton of “Phuwiangosaurus sirindhornae” from seeing in meditation.
LP Ha stays at Wat Sakawan in Kalasin Province. Although a lot of work: teaching novices and monks and governing the clergy, LP Ha never misses doing meditation. When he has time, he always spends 15 days on doing meditation on Phu Kum Khao (the mountain) without food and toilet.
In 1991, while doing meditation, LP Ha saw very bright light and then became a picture of large creatures with a long neck eating leaves and playing water, then falling down to the ground. That happened to LP Ha again in 1993 and 1994.
The last time, the dinosaurs told LP Ha that they would stay with him and there would be the big rain the following day. Incredibly, it happened like that. It rained very hard for 3 hours that the water eroded the soil deeper and deeper. When it stopped raining, many large bones appeared on the ground. When the archeologists had checked, they said those were real dinosaur bones. Now, Phu Kum Khao at Wat Sakawan, Kalasin Province becomes the dinosaur museum (Sirindhorn Museum) for people to learn.
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