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Preorder > No.1393: Wat Sanmakiang ** Best of Mercy, Protection, Luck & Fulfillment > PREAB5156
PREAB5156 : Masterful Magic of Lanna Calling Windfall ‘Takrut Ngoen Pak Phee’ (Wat Sanmakiang, Chiang Mai Province)
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Size 0.7 x 2.1 cm




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**Dear customers: This Pre-Order is closed on Wednesday 30 May 2018 or earlier because temple may alter the closing date. Shipment is around Friday 29 June 2018 or as soon as Pre-Order items have arrived.

**This picture is a sample, so the real item may have a different color according to material and design.

100% Authentic from Temple

Paying Reverence to Masters of Lanna Magic

(‘Lanna’ means the North of Thailand)

Name: Takrut Ngoen Pak Phee

Power: sacred Thai talisman for windfall and good luck

From: Wat Sanmakiang, Chiang Mai Province

Origin: Thailand

Year: 2561 B.E. (2018 C.E.)

Objective: to earn donations for building the monk shelter at Wat Sanmakiang

Ceremony: holy consecration on2 June 2018 performed by abbot and monks at Wat Sanmakiang, Chiang Mai Province

Size: 0.7 x 2.1 cm

Material: The incantation sheet for making the Takrut is cast from a funeral coin called ‘Ngoen Pak Phee’. In Thai funeral, an undertaker puts a coin in a mouth of a dead person as belief that the spirit will use this money on the way to the heaven.

Amount: created only 399 pieces


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