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PREAB2103 : Protect & Carry Off Misfortune Copper LP Thuad Medal with Rahoo Base & Naga Arch (LP Tam, Wat Chang Taeng Kajard, Phetchaburi Province) with Katha:
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**Note: This picture is a sample, so the real item may have a different color according to material and design.
Name: LP Thuad Medal with Rahoo Base & Naga Arch
From: LP Tam, Wat Chang Taeng Kajard, Phetchaburi Province
Batch: Barami Phra Photisat Sorng Naa
Year: 2560 B.E. (2017 C.E.)
Amount: created only 84,000 pieces (this amount equal to 84,000 dharma of Buddha)
Present: There are three auspices in this medal as follows:
1. Luangpu Thuad image, believed to powerfully save devotee from fatal dangers and severe accidents.
2. Base of Rahoo, the powerful black giant believed to carry off bad luck and obstacles.
3. Arch of Naga, the great Buddhist snake believed to bring great wealth.
LP Thuad, Timeless Monk of Great Protection
Luangpu Thuad (1582-1682 C.E.) is a revered Buddhist monk in Thailand. He is said to have performed miracles. LP Thuad is mentioned in the early regional history of Southern Thailand, but his life is mainly preserved in oral. His journey throughout the Southern peninsula constitutes a path of pilgrimage for many of his followers.
LP Tim Dharmataro, abbot of Wat Chang Hai, Pattani province was the pioneer creator of LP Thuad amulets. Old sacred amulets of LP Thuad are considered priceless and very powerful.
Many people in Thailand, Singapore, and Malaysia believe that amulets created in LP Thuad image hold great protective power granting safety in time of distress, especially saving lives of believers from dangers and fatal accidents.
**Real Experience: A taxi driver wore LP Thuad amulet on his neck. His car was pressed by a public bus at the front and another car at the back like a distorted can, but he didn’t get damaged!
Purpose: require donations for building reclining Buddha statue and Luangpu Thuad statue at Wat Huay Plab Wanaram, Prachuabkirikhan Province
Ceremony: holy blessing by LP Tam in the chapel, Wat Chang Taeng Kajard, Phetchaburi Province
About Guru Monk:
Luangpho Tam is an abbot of Wat Chang Taeng Kajard in Phetchaburi Province and one of well-known monks in Thailand. His hometown is in Phetchaburi Province. LP Tam was born on the 26th June B.E. 2485 (C.E. 1942). LP Tam got ordained when he was 14 at Wat Nongkrathum, Ratchaburi Province. LP Tam had learnt Mantra from LP Pong who was an abbot of Wat Nongkrathum for 3 years. Every year, LP Tam goes on a pilgrimage to the woods in order to practice meditation intensively.
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Note: The real amulet may be different from picture. It is in original condition from temple.
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