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PRBTK66b : Phra Yant Phra Maha Jakkaphattrathiraj Takrut - Pathom Lerk Batch (AJ Neng PraiThong, Bangkok)
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Size 0.7 cm x 4 cm.
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Holy TaKrut Phra Yant Phra Maha Jakkaphattrathiraj

100% Authentic from Guru Master

Name: Phra Yant Phra Maha Jakkaphattrathiraj (Takrut)

From: AJ Neng PraiThong, Bangkok

Batch: Pathom Lerk = the beginning

Size: 0.7 cm x 4 cm

Year: C.E.2007 (2550)

Color: Gold
Material: Metal and holy mass
Origin: Thailand
Purpose for making: Many Arjarn Neng’s disciple requests his to make this magical for helping them.

Ceremony: Arjarn made this holy TaKrut follow Wat Pradoo Rong Tham, Ayothaya city and put holy mass with magic spell inside one by one.
Power: This batch is great for protection from black magic, bad thing, and evil.

Biography of AJ Neng:
Arjarn Neng PraiThong is a guru layman who makes great metta products. He is deep knowledge of Visha (Magic) of making efficacious “Na Ok Tag” amulet from teacher “Tow Wieng Sa Wan” who created style of Na Ok Tag amulets of Lao. Arjarn Neng met his teacher when he was a monk and whet or Tudong to Lao.

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