Special “Phra Jow Sua Medal” by LP Kong Who Keeps on Powerful Method from LP Boon, the First Creator of Phra Jow Sua: “Jow Sua” is a Chinese word for a millionaire. Gurus accept Phra Jow Sua as a top “Buddha Amulet of Wealth” especially its power that make owner successful in business. To increase the power, this amulet is specially added with “Phra Rahoo” and “Bia Gae” on backside. “Phra Rahoo” is a god who helps carry off bad luck and bad things, while “Bia Gae” is an old Thai talisman for protection from vicious magic, spirits and dangers. Present: Every Bia Gae contains blessed mercury for sacredness. Size: 2.5 x 3.5 cm From: LP Kong, Wat Klang Bang Kaew, Nakhon Pathom Province Origin: Thailand Batch: Bandan Sarp Nuea Duang Year: 2560 B.E. (2017 C.E.) Objective: to earn donations for building the pagoda on the mountain, Wat Bong Ti Lang, Kanchanaburi Province Ceremony: holy blessing by LP Kong, the last time on 25 June 2017 About Guru Monk: Luangpho Kong, a present abbot of Wat Klang Bang Kaew is a well-known respectable guru monk in Nakhon Pathom province who keeps on how to make holy herbal powder named Phong Ya Jinda Manee (believed to protect from harm, cure illnesses and bring wealth) from LP Boon who was a past abbot of Wat Klang Bang Kaew and a timeless monk in Thailand. LP Kong was born on 25 June 2489 B.E. (1946 C.E.) in Nakhon Pathom and got ordained as a Buddhist monk at age 22 in 2511 B.E. (1968 C.E.). LP Kong has stayed at Wat Klang Bang Kaew since after ordination. In fact, the first abbot of Wat Klang Bang Kaew was LP Boon who first created Phong Ya Jinda Manee. LP Boon handed down how to make Phong Ya Jinda Manee to LP Perm who became the second abbot and LP Jur-ah who was a vice-abbot. LP Perm and LP Jur-ah were famous guru monks in the past whom Thai Buddhists still respect. LP Kong used to help LP Perm make Phong Ya Jinda Manee. LP Kong and LP Jur-ah are related to each other that LP Kong is a nephew of LP Jur-ah.
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