Preorder > No.2511: Wealth, Luck, Protection**Bia Gae Settee Nuea Duang Magic Shell > PREAC3423
PREAC3423 : Wealth, Luck, Protection Bia Gae Settee Nuea Duang Magic Shell with Tao Wet Su Wan (LP Soom, Wat Nong Wha, Nakhon Ratchasima Province) with Katha:
|**Booking Closure Date: 25 Sep. 2022|
**Estimated Time of Arrival from the Temple: late Oct. - Nov. 2022
**This picture is a sample. The real item may be different according to material, design and color.
100% Authentic from the Temple
Name: Bia Gae Settee Nuea Duang Magic Shell with Tao Wet Su Wan
- With a code and a serial number
Material: a cowrie shell filled with 108 masses, LP Soom's mass, old Duang Settee Powder, a silver code, Takrut 3 Kasat, Tao Wet Su Wan, gems and gold inscription
Making: 599 pcs
From: LP Soom, Wat Nong Wha, Nakhon Ratchasima Province
Year: B.E.2565 (C.E.2022)
Purpose: to earn donations for developing and restoring old permanent objects in the temple
Ceremony: blessed by LP Soom, the abbot of Wat Nong Wah on the auspicious date
Power: wealth, fortune, easy and smooth trading, prevent ghosts
How to Use: Chant the Katha and make a wish if you want to. Wear on the neck.
- Bia Gae is a longtime Thai amulet. ‘Bia’ means cowrie shell and ‘Gae’ means ‘to solve’. Its power can prevent bad luck and help us from black magic, spirits and bad invisible things. Moreover, old people believe wearing Bia Gae on neck when traveling in the forest will be safe from wild spirits, flu and dangerous animals such as snakes.
- Tao Wet Su Wan, a God of Giants is one of the great protector of Buddha and the human world, residing in the Northern Quarter of Maha Jadturachiga Celestial Realm. His name means ‘god of gold’. He is praised as Lord of Riches and Commands all Ghosts Demons and Monsters. Protection from Evil Beings and Black Magic, and bestow immense Wealth, Fortune and Ascendancy. Also, Removing inauspiciousness and spritual assaults. In addition, some Thai people used Tao Wet Su Wan image to put near the children's bed to prevent evil spirits from harassing the child.
About the Guru Monk:
Luang Phor Soom Sirintharo abbot of Wat Nong Wha, Nakhon Ratchasima Province is a respectful monk. LP inherits magic from LP Kong Thitipanyo a former famous guru monk of Korach (Nakhon Ratchasima Province). People say LP Soom’s amulet is prominent for wealth, business and fortune.
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