Mystical Blessed Thai Buddha Amulet Talisman LP PARN Garuda For Psychic Ability, Astral, Protection ~ Ancient Terracotta Buddha Buddhist

What we have here is an LP PARN Garuda amulet, made by monks and blessed by monks over a 3 month period. The item is made by pressing clay, mixed with flora (dried herbs), pollen, and oils, into a mold based on the LP PARN Garuda image. It makes a little strange bell sound when you shake it. People wear the LP PARN Garuda for various reasons, one being the assistance of psychic abilities, money, good fortune, health, and protection.


Help with Astral Travel and Psychic Abilities
Protection from Black Magic and curses
Good Health, physical and mental health
Protection from Illness and Injury
Power halo around the wearer, keeping bad energy off the person

Luang Por Parn Sunantoe’s real Ordained Monk name was Pra Kroo Wiharagijjanugarn. Luang Por Parn received his Ordination as a Bikkhu*(Buddhist Monk) on the First of April 1895 (BE 2438). Luang Por Parn is worshiped as one of the Top 10 Greatest Guru Monks of present-day in Thailand & many worshippers all around the world. He was the closest disciple of Luang Por Niam Wat Noi, Suphanburi, and also a disciple of Luang Por Hnoeng, of Wat Klong Madarn. His two great teachers passed away with their bodies un-decayed. When Luang Por Parn passed away in B.E.2480, his body was also un-decayed similar to his Guru teachers.

In 1932, five years before he passed away, he announced to all his disciples the date and time of his death. His precognition was quite clear and exactly correct; he passed away on the date and time he had preannounced. Luang Por Parn was a meditative Guru Monk and also possessed magical knowledge. During Buddhist Dhamma, it was recorded that he reached the “ Great six knowledge of miracles ”. So he possesses knowledge on precognition, out-of-body ability, mind detecting, ability to do comprehensive paranormal phenomenal feats of magical prowess.

He was, of course, famous for the Wicha of the Yant Grao Paetch Diamond Armour Yantra Spell, and for the Kata which many International Devotees have come to know as the ‘Rich Kata’. It is said that this Kata can make you immensely wealthy as a Millionaire if chanted constantly and regularly without fail.

The legends of the powers of his Yant Grao Paetch spell are known by devotees around the world to be perhaps the most powerful Invincibility Spell of all, as well as providing an extensive set of Buddhist Blessings for Luck, Karma Improvement, Prosperity, Protection against all Ailments and Dangers, and of course for Wealthy Fortunes.

Apart from this, he also possesses the highest state of “ Vipassana ” or knowledge of mind cleaning to stop the next rebirth (Reincarnation). It was his great Dhamma practice that had cleaned and ” distilled ” his inner body (astral body) to crystal-like state which changed his body’s cells immortal. Many great Guru Monks in Thailand hinted their Dhamma levels to their disciples in such a way.

Luang Por Parn’s famous amulets have marked long-time uncountable records in warding off dangers of all kinds. And it’s great for making holy water for healing illness that modern physician was not able to diagnose & cure. Luang Por Parn’s amulets are extremely unique with buddha sitting on a Garuda, Hanuman, Porcupine, Fish, Cockerel, and Bird.

Luang Por Parn’s amulets are very popular among Thai amulets users and collectors because of their frequent miraculous phenomena both recorded and unrecorded. After his Ordination, Luang Por Parnstayed at Wat Bang Pla Hmor to study Gammatan and Vipassana, along with various Buddha Magic methods under the Supervision of L.P. Sun; Specializing in the topics of curing illness, physical aches, and pains, and also curing people who were under the bad influence of black magic &harmful spells. He attained the level of ” Adept ” extremely quickly.

After completion of his training, Luang Por Parn inaugurated the Pali Sanskrit and Dharma school at Wat Bang Nom Kho. Apart from this, he assisted in the building and development of up to forty Temples around Thailand, including the additional construction of Shrines for other Temples that were already in existence(known as Bote in Thailand).

He is considered to have had to have possessed Extremely Great Virtues to have been able to attain the creation/construction of such institutions and enable the growth of Buddhism and spreading of the dharma on such a massive scale.

After completion of his studies under Luang Por Sun, he performed ” Tudongk ” (Wandering alone deep through the Jungle). He wandered as far as the frontier to Burma, and encountered various strange Phenomena during his journey. Those strange encounters became legends, which are enough to fill a large book in themself. In fact, there is a 900 page book recounting the Tudong Tales of Luang Por Parn, which includes stories of his looksit Luang Por Ruesi Ling Dam of Wat Ta Sung, who was, of course, the Lineage Magic Inheritor and First Apprentice to Luang Por Parn at Wat Bang Nom Kho.

After his returning to Wat Bang Nom Kho, he performed Spiritual and Buddhist medicinal healings for devotees who came with their problems. He treated the physical illness and also people under the in the bad influence of Magical Spells and Curses. It is said that he who received treatment from Luang Por Parn was healed of his problem without any single exception !!!

Luang Por Parn had an extremely gentle appearance, with the Light complexion and aspect of a gentleman from the high society. His voice was soft, polite and pleasing to all ears. His mouth was always slightly curved upwards with a slight smile, and he possessed great compassion for both humans and animals.

He didn’t separate social castes, receiving every visitor with the same compassionate and welcoming attitude, regardless of their social standing or ranking in the society. Social castes are irrelevant to him no matter one was a millionaire, a gentleman, royalty or a working-class farmer or beggar. It is said that if a bad person, a thief, or drunkard paid a visit to Luang Por Parn, he would change his attitudes after visiting Luang Por Parn, and became kinder, gentle and less wayward.

Even though he is no longer with us, he has given Buddhist people and those who believe in his ultimate powers an inheritance of the Body, Soul, Mind & also Fortunes.

Amulet taboos

Do not wear Buddhist amulets under the waist. For most amulets, wear it on the neck or above the waist. This tradition is to show respect to the Buddha. Takrut (without a monk or Buddhist image) can put inside your pants pocket.
Do not put a Buddhist amulet in a bedroom if you expect to engage in sex there.
Pray before and after wearing an amulets.
Remove amulets when bathing.
It is not necessary to wear an odd number (1,3,5) of amulets around the neck for balance and symmetry; it is not required.


Vandana: Namo tassa bhagavato arahato samma sambuddhassa: This is a prayer to honor to the blessed one, the exalted one, the fully enlightened one. People usually say this prayer three times before and after wearing on the amulet. Saying this prayer, means showing absolute respect to the Buddha. This prayer can also be said before and after meditation.

There is a special mantra or prayer in Pāli for praying to amulets to beseech blessings, called Kata Ārātanā Pra Krueang, which goes like this: Puttang Ārātanānang Tammang Ārātanānang Sangkang Ārātanānang (make a wish or prayer, and continue with, Puttang Bprasittimē Tammang Bprasittimē Sangkang Bprasittimē.

ABOUT THAI AMULETS: A Thai Buddha amulet (Thai: พระเครื่อง; RTGS: phrakhrueang), often referred to academically as “votive tablet”, is a kind of Thai Buddhist blessed item. It is used to raise funds to help the temple producing the amulets. Worshippers can obtain an amulet or Thai Buddhist monk blessing by simply donating money or offering oil to the temple. After the donation, the monk will give them an amulet as a gift. The amulets no longer simply are considered a “gift”, but a tool to help enhance luck in different aspects of life. People use amulets to improve their marriage, wealth, health, love and relationships.

It is a Thai tradition to place amulets under a stupa or other temple structure when it is built. When the structure collapses, many amulets may be found. Some can be over a century old.

Almost every Thai Buddhist has at least one Thai amulet. It is common to see young or elderly people wear one or many amulets around the neck in order to get closer to the Buddha.

Amulets are made using the Buddha image, an image of a famous monk, or even an image of the monks who made the amulets. Amulets vary in size, shape, and materials such as plaster, bone, wood, or metal. They may include ash from incense or old temple structures, or hair from a famous monk to add protective power to the amulets.[3] After the amulets are made, the maker will then ask the monks who live in temples or monks from other temples join together and practice will, chant, pray and bless the amulets. This process may take from a week to more than three years.

Mystical Blessed Thai Buddha Amulet Talisman for Health ~ Phra Kring Ancient Terracotta Buddha Buddhist ~ Alchemy Mineral Magick

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