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PREAC484 : Can Protection & Lucky! Sattalohha - Tao Wet Su Wan Amulet (LP Sorn, Wat Pho Sri Na Jan, Ubon Ratchathani Province)
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**Temple Booking Closure: -

**Temple Date of Receive Amulet: 30 August 2021

**This picture is a sample. The real item may be different according to material, design and color.

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Name: Sattalohha - Tao Wet Su Wan Amulet

From: LP Sorn, Wat Pho Sri Na Jan, Ubon Ratchathani Province
Origin: Thailand

Year: B.E 2564 (C.E. 2021)

Material: Sattalohha

Amount: 199 pieces.

Ceremony: First ceremony LP Rak, Wat Sutthawad Wipatsana strongly blessed this powerful and followed by LP Sorn, Wat Po Si Na Chan blessed this amulet with magic and katha on 30 August 2021.

Purpose: LP Sorn would like to donate from amulets to Patient Monk Fund and Public charity.

Power: TAO WET SU WAN is the king of all demons. He is a bodyguard of Buddha and a guardian of the temple. So, you can see the statues of Tao Wet Su Wan in Buddhist temples. Thai people believe Tao Wet Su Wan can protect them from bad spirits, black magic and bad things. Furthermore, Tao Wet Su Wan is the symbol of wealth because SUWAN means gold. Thus, people who worship Tao Wet Su Wan will be safe and wealthy.

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