PHOLD187 : C.E.1963: 3rd Prize Buddha of Survival Phra Rod Amulet– saving from fatal accident and calamity (LP Pae, Wat PiKulThong, Singburi Province) with Katha:
|Name: 3rd Prize Buddha of Survival Phra Rod Amulet|
**This amulet won the 3rd Prize Certificate from Amulet Contest arranged by Rujirawong Foundation under the patronage of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn cooperated with Thai Fight Co.,Ltd. at Thailand Government Complex (Building B), Jaeng Wattana Rd., Bangkok on Sunday 7 July 2019.
**This amulet has a number list “1806” when contest similar to the year of amulet “B.E.2506”. Also at that time we received certificate, the lottery first prize number was “387006” that all surprisingly ends with “06”.
From: LP Pae, Wat PiKulThong, Singburi Province
Year: B.E.2506 (C.E.1963)
Size: 1.7 cm x 2.3 cm
Material: this amulet created from Wahn/herbs and special holy powders.
Purpose of Making: to earn donations to develop and restore Wat PiKulThong.
Ceremony: LP Pae strongly blessed this amulet with mantra and mind stream.
Power: Phra Rod is a name of ancient Buddha amulet of Thailand. The power of amulet could powerfully protect wearer from dangers, injury and calamity, so people named ‘Phra Rod’ or ‘Buddha of Survival’. Moreover, people say Phra Rod has power of mercy favour and wealth.
Present: Signature of amulet from LP Pae is having “Yant Phut Sorn”. This Phra Rod amulet has Yant Phut Sorn on the back.
“Yant Phut Sorn” has another name “Yant Phra Jow Ha Phra Ong” that is long famous. Regarded as the best of Yant and can use in all benefits especially in doing “Long Nah Naa Thong” (charming golden mask ceremony) and power of good luck, wealth, gaining mercy from superiors, charm and promoting to a higher rank.
1. People who want to collect nice condition amulet with prize.
2. People who wish to be safe in danger or harmful obstruction that do not want to hurt other.
3. People who collect amulet as amulet from LP Pae is getting rare and more popularity.
Biography of LP Pae:
LP Pae of Wat PiKulThong, Singburi province was born on 1st January B.E.2448 (C.E.1905) at Singburi province. At the age of 11 he studied Thai language and Cambodia language with Master Pom ChanTaSuWanNo at the temple. After his basic graduation, his uncle and his father-in-law took him to LP Som who is a khmer monk of Wat ChaNaSongKram, Bangkok. LP Pae learnt basic subjects with LP Som for one year. After that, he learnt Bali grammar at Wat MaHaThatYuWaRaTrangSaRit, Bangkok. A year later, he went to his home. He was novice at the age of 16 at Wat PiKulThong. And then, he came back to Wat ChaNaSongKram again. He has been an expert of concentration of mindfulness in Buddhism way. He was ordained at the age of 21 at Wat PiKulThong. He still studied at Wat ChaNaSongKram, Bangkok. Until his age of 26, the villagers surrounding Wat Pikulthong invited Pramaha Pae Khemangaro to return to his domicile and assume the vacant position of Abbot of Wat Pikulthong. It was considered that he was sufficiently qualified to take up the challenge to sustain the Buddhist faith. When he agreed to take the position he decided that he needed to further educate himself to better serve the people and develop the monastery. He started to study Psychology and Magic, including Thai Herbs which in that period were very important aspect of village life. He studied under Master Kliang of Suthatthepwararam Temple in Bangkok. Master Kliang taught him all that he needed to know in the various disciplines in which he was interested. Apart from Master Kliang, he also studied under the Reverend Srisatjamuni (Pramaha Sonthi Yatitharo) and the Reverend Father Liam. (The villagers called him as “Luang Ta Liam”) Both of whom were disciples of the Patriarch as well. LP Pae passed away on 10th February B.E.2542 (C.E.1999) at the age of 94.
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