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Thai Amulet Buddha LP Tuad Pendant Silver 925 And 24 K Gold Case Protection

Thai Amulet Buddha LP Tuad Pendant Silver 925 And 24 K Gold Case Protection
Thai Amulet Buddha LP Tuad Pendant Silver 925 And 24 K Gold Case Protection
Thai Amulet Buddha LP Tuad Pendant Silver 925 And 24 K Gold Case Protection
Thai Amulet Buddha LP Tuad Pendant Silver 925 And 24 K Gold Case Protection
Thai Amulet Buddha LP Tuad Pendant Silver 925 And 24 K Gold Case Protection

Thai Amulet Buddha LP Tuad Pendant Silver 925 And 24 K Gold Case Protection

And 24 K Gold Case. This Thai Amulet is my family's collection. And I have many Genuine. Thai Amulets because my grandfather and father get them from famous temples and all of them were blessed by Guru Master Monks. In Thailand and did not make from.

And 100% Authentic Genuine Thai Amulet and Guarantee Satisfaction. Item : 1 Piece of LP Tuad + Water Proof Plastic + Real. Blessing By : Guru Monk In the Old Day. Buddha Material : Silver 925 in Waterproof Plastic. Case Material : 24 K, it's not gold plated. : 1.0 x 0.7 x 0.4. Picture is enlarged to focus detail. Please see the description for actual size. Vary slightly due to the color calibration.

Good Fortunes, Fulfill your Wishes and Happy. Nowadays, Thai Amulets are becoming very popular because people believe in magic amulets, they are carried by people to protect themselves from negative energies, evils and injuries, and also bring good lucky, wealth, and encourage or embolden your life to fight any obstacle with a Supernatural Power help of ancient sacred magic inside The Amulets. History of Luang Phor Tuad. The Early Years of Luang Phor Tuad. LP Tuad also known as Luang Phu Thuad, Luang Phor Tuad, Luang Phu Tuad, and various other spellings.

Luang Phor Tuad was born in Songkhla province in Southern Thailand in 212 5 BE. His parents were poor farmers of Chinese descent. They called their son Poo, this means crab in Thai. Both of his parents were devout Buddhists, and they were likely delighted when their son began to express an interest in spirituality at an early age. One of the first signs that Poo was special, occurred when he was just 6 months old.

His parents were farmers, and they left their baby lying on a blanket, under the shade of a tree. At first she panicked, but then she noticed that her baby did not seem to be in any discomfort. She then remembered a story from her childhood of how the gods can sometimes come to earth in the form of a snake. Instead of trying to chase the snake away, which would have been too dangerous anyway, she found some flowers and put them in front of the reptile.

The snake responded by moving away from Poo, but before leaving, he spit out a crystal ball that the mother then kept. There is another legend involving the crystal ball that had been left behind for Poos family by the snake. A rich man heard the story of how they had obtained this precious item, and he became envious. The rich man initially felt delighted with his purchasing, but then one by one his family became ill. He sought help from a spirit doctor who told him that the crystal ball would bring bad luck to anyone except Poo. The rich man knew he had no choice but to return it. Poos family ensured that he received substantial religious training as he grew up.

From age 5, he began to attend lessons on dharma at his local temple. The monks there were amazed at how quickly and deeply he could absorb his lessons.

Within a couple of years he had mastered all teachings that the local monks could offer him, and he started visiting temples far away from his home in order to receive additional training. It came as no real surprise that when he turned 12 years of age, he ordained as a monk. He spent his early years as a monk living at Wat Pha Khoh in Songkhla province.

Even though traveling around Thailand in those days was difficult, it was common for monks to visit temples in other parts of the country. One of the most famous stories about Luang Phor Tuad involves a trip that he decided to make to Ayudhaya this was then the capital of Thailand. He needed to make the first part of this trip by boat. The weather became so severe that the crew began to panic. The storm lasted for days and they ended up getting lost at sea with no fresh water to drink.

For some reason they began to suspect that the cause of their misfortune was Luang Phor Tuad. They talked about throwing him overboard until the monk performed two miracles he caused the sea to become calm and he turned the seawater around the boat into fresh drinking water. All thoughts of throwing him overboard were forgotten after this.

Ayudhaya was the center of Thai Buddhism back in those days, and Luang Phor Tuad had high hopes of what he could learn there. He arrived at one of the large monasteries in the city but was turned away because he looked so disheveled. Luang Phor was forced to search Ayudhaya for a temple that was willing to admit him, but eventually he found an old rundown monastery that offered him a place to stay. Legend has it that at this time there was a sense of rivalry between Thai and Sri Lankan Buddhists.

The King of Sri Lanka offered to give Thailands leaders boats full of gold if they were able to solve a certain Buddhist puzzle. All the senior monks in Ayudhaya failed in this task, but eventually it was solved by Luang Phor Tuad, this ensured his fame as a monk. Final Years of Luang Phor Tuad.

He eventually became the abbot of Wat Changhai in Pattani. Luang Phor became renowned for his psychic powers, and many miracles are attributed to him. He died when he was 120 years of age.

Even after Luang Phor Tuad died, he continued to help his followers. Monks staying at Wat Changhai and elsewhere began to experience intense dreams where they would meet this spiritual teacher in other realms. They felt compelled to make amulets of him, and they found that these could bring good fortune and protection to the wearer.

Luang Phor Tuad continues to be one of the most revered monks in Thailand. Any visitor to Thailand is sure to come across pictures, posters, drawings, and statues of him, he is usually depicted as an old man seated in meditation and hunched over with brooding shoulders.

His amulets frequently depict him in black, he was very dark, and the black also signifies an aura of mystery surrounding him. In Phang Nga on the road to Phuket, there is a very large statue of Luang Phor Tuad, Krabi has one, Ubon has one. Amulets of Luang Phor Tuad are among the most popular in Thailand. They are also desirable objects for people in Malaysia and other parts of the world. We sell a lot of amulets with his image, we find them at the Buddhist temples near our home in Southern Thailand. You can hear many Thai stories from people who feel certain that wearing a Luang Phor Tuad amulet has positively impacted their life. Power Of Buddha or Use for Bring : Life Protection, Prevent dark magic and evil spirits, Avoid from danger, Prevent dark magic and evil spirits, No Obstacles, Avoidance of misfortune/ disasters/ accidents, To get a high popularity from people, Peace and Fulfill your. Keep in your home or in your car or take this amulet with you everyday and you will see the Positive and Good Changes in your Life. This Thai Amulet is Very Rare. 100% Authentic Genuine Thai Amulets and Guarantee Satisfaction.

What you see in the picture is what you will get. How to pray the Thai Amulet, LP Tuad. The second : pray every day and anytime you ask for something. Just believe and make a wish!

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  • Amulet Name: LP Tuad
  • Temple: Wat Chang-Hai
  • Region of Origin: Southeast Asia
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Age: A.1984 - Now
  • Style: Holy Power
  • Type: Thai Amulet
  • Buddha Material: Silver 925
  • Case Material: 24K Gold

Thai Amulet Buddha LP Tuad Pendant Silver 925 And 24 K Gold Case Protection