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PGOPZ226 : Phra RaHu (LP Sirosuwauanluck, Wat SriSaThong, Nakorn pathom province)
with Katha: RH_Master_statue
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Size 2.5 cm x 3 cm



Name : Phra RaHu (Phra RaHoo)

Batch : "Jun Ta Roo Pa Rah Kah" (Eclipse of the Moon)

From : Wat Sri Sa Thong, Nakhon Pathom province

Origin : Thailand

Purpose for Making : Require donation of money for building a Vihara Temple.

Materials : Powder of One-Eyed Coconut Shells

Size : 2 cm x 2.5 cm
(With Casing : 2.5 cm x 3 cm)

Luang Pho Noy of wat Sri Sa Thong, Nakhon Pathom province, He was the first monk who created style of Phra RaHu in Thailand and popular for his knowledge in both Holy Dharma and Visha (magic).

LP Noy is a Laos monk. He is has been studied the art of making efficacious Phra RaHu statues from Laos.

Phra Rahu is the famous auspicious amulet. Phra RaHu is a mythological monster who is supposed to cause eclipses by taking the moon or the sun in his mouth. He is a kind of giant in Thai myth. The legend is that Phra-RaHu was an immortal giant because he drank some holy nectar. The temple created Phra RaHu amulet not only – taking the moon in his mouth – but also taking the sun in his mouth.

The legend of creation of Phra RaHu is that Phra RaHu was created by the two hermits. One of them was penance in the cave on Nantakhate Mountain. Both of them created magical drawing and magic words in order to sanctify Phra RaHu amulet. One hermit created magical drawing and magic words of Suriyabuppa (eclipse of the sun period) to sanctify Phra RaHu which taking the sun in his mouth. The other hermit created magical drawing and magic words of Chandrabuppa (eclipse of the moon in his mouth. The two hermits made those things because they had foresight to know that humans will face with danger and grieves in the future. The auspicious amulet, Phra RaHu, could help people free from ones.

This amulet has been made from powder of one-eyed coconut shells and blessed properly by Phra Kru SiRojSuWanNaRak, an abbot who are following LP Noy’s magic book of this temple.

One-eyed coconut shells which are rarely found out. In general, the coconut shell has got three holes on the top, one of them is a hole for sprout and the other two are its eyes.
But the one-eyed coconut shell has got one hole for sprout and has got an only eye. This special kind of coconut shell is considered as the mighty amulet object by itself. Although it is not sanctified, it still has supernatural power. The one-eye coconut shell has many magic qualifications as follow :

1. It can used as bowl to measure rice for cooking. If you run
a business, will get more possessions. If you are a farmer, you will get good farm crops. And if you are an official, you will get the highest rank of all.

2. It can be used as an amulet because it has got holy power
by itself. If it is sanctified, it will have more supernatural power.

3. It is used to prevent you from the mischief, sourcery and evil spirits.

4. If you have one and you always pay homage to it, you will obtain a lot of properties and money will come in continuously.

5. The ancient quack used it as a tool to cut out the corneal opacity.

People believe Phra RaHu from this temple can change bad thing to become good thing and protect from enemies, evil to induce good luck and fortune.

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