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SERM22 : SERM DUANG AJ Lee : Avoid Bad Luck/Unsafe Fortuity – Phrajow Leek Kroh Candle Ceremony (AJ Lee, Prachinburi Province )
Activity: Phrajow Leek Kroh Candle Ceremony
Power: Phrajow Leek Kroh means “Buddha Avoids Bad Luck”. It’s believed lighting this candle will help keep away misfortune and unsafe fortuity.
Performed by: AJ Lee, Prachinburi Province
**This Ceremony, Master will do:
- Light candle with your name and date of birth.
- Write holy Yant on your candle before lighting.
- Make merit SangKaThan by your name after ceremony to ensure good result.
And SPECIAL: Master will answer your 1 question you would like to know about life.
**Please inform your name, date of birth and question you want to know at special command when do transaction or email to email@example.com
** We will update to your email after Master finished your ceremony.
About Arjarn Lee:
Here is an occult master named “Arjarn Lee” from Prachinburi Province. He used to be a monk. First ordained as “nen” (Buddhist novice) at Wat Pa Mafai and studied magic and meditation with LP Seng Sukhito and more guru monks. In monkhood, AJ Lee had set off Tudong (pilgrimage) in the woods for 1 year and then resigned to live as a layman. That does not stop him from curiosity in magic, AJ Lee continued studying magic from many occult masters in Southern magic, E-San/Northeast magic and both Thai and Chinese masters for 10 years. At a proper age of monk ordination (20 years old), AJ Lee got ordained at Wat Pa Mafai and later has returned to an occult master until present.
AJ Lee is solitary. He does not to show himself to public media. For magic, AJ Lee can invite the divine into the rituals that enhance and improve destiny from bad to good for everybody
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