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Preorder > No.1698: LP La **Wealth-Mercy-Charm > PREAB7438
PREAB7438 : Fortune-fetching Malaeng Phu (bee amulet) version 2 - colorful silver plated with black eyes & silver Takrut (LP La, Wat Soi Suwan, Kamphaeng Phet Province)
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Size 1.2 cm x 2.6 cm




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**Dear customers: This Pre-Order is closed on 31 July 2019 or earlier because temple may alter the closing date. Shipment is around 16 September 2019 or as soon as amulets are delivered from temple.

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

Name: Malaeng Phu (bee amulet) version 2 **with black eyes

From: LP La, Wat Soi Suwan, Kamphaeng Phet Province

Origin: Thailand

Batch: “Chana Jon Plod Nee” (meaning: “win poverty and clear debts”)

Year: B.E.2562 (C.E.2019)

Size: 1.2 cm x 2.6 cm

Material: silver plated metal with paint and embedded with silver Takrut

Created: 399 pieces. **there is code and serial no. every piece.

Purpose: to earn donations for building Luang Pho Sompratthana Vihara.

Ceremony: holy blessing by LP La on the auspicious occasion.

Powerful: Malaeng Phu amulet is admired to accumulate and increase good luck, wealth, assets, prestige, and love from anyone. Moreover protect person from black magic and if there is bad somebody Malaeng Phu will go to them a lesson. Or if you wish anything can pray to Malaeng Phu and you will be fulfilled.

Malaeng Phu is classified as “carpenter bee”. “Kam” means “gold” to add value and meaningful as a “golden bee”. Its image appears in belief of Buddhism and Myanmar. According to Burmese history, Malaeng Phu Kam is praised as animal of King Bayinnaung who always defeated every war. His throne chairs has “bee” at the both sides. These bees were believed to make King Bayinnaung lucky in war every time. In Buddhism, Malaeng Phu Kam or the bee flew to Himavanta forest to get the flowers to pave the seat for Buddha. Buddha gave blessings to that bee “As the best insect among others”.

About Guru Monk:
Luang Pho La (often "Phra Arjarn La"), well-known as Phra Arjarn La is an abbot of Wat Soi Suwan in Kamphaeng Phet province.
He collected a lot of religious and magical knowledge from many gurus such as:
- Vipassana Gammatan (meditation) from Luangpho Kasem, Wat Thajanthara Vipassana, Nakhon Sawan province
- Athan Phra Vej (magic) from Arjarn Goon Mekatheva (layman)
- Takrut and Look Om Lokkathat (holy ball) from Phra Kru Sangkaraksuchon, Wat Klong Khanon, Ratchaburi province (monk)
- Khem Thong Kanong Rit (holy acupuncture for being invulnerable) from Phra Palad Surajet, Wat Nong Hin, Kanchanaburi province (monk)
- Mon Jindamanee (wealth mantra) from a disciple of Luangpho Kong, Wat Wang Sappharot,
Chanthaburi province
Phra Arjarn La also studied a magic book of Luangpho Derm, Wat Nong Pho, Nakhon Sawan province. Knowledge of Phra Arjarn is prominent about washing up the black magic and bad powers, supporting fortune, changing bad luck to good luck and helping people earn a living better.
Phra Arjarn always suggests people to do anything mindfully. He says that Sati or being mindful helps people think and make a decision well. Today, Phra Arjarn uses his ability to help people. When he is free, he usually answers people questions about dharma, amulets, etc. left on webpage of the temple.


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