LP Jerm Phra Phong Prai Samut Phim Yai - Wat Hoi Rak 2499 in East Coast Road, East Singapore for sale

LP Jerm Phra Phong Prai Samut Phim Yai - Wat Hoi Rak
LP Jerm Phra Phong Prai Samut Phim Yai - Wat Hoi Rak 2499
LP Jerm Phra Phong Prai Samut Phim Yai - Wat Hoi Rak 2499
LP Jerm Phra Phong Prai Samut Phim Yai - Wat Hoi Rak 2499

LP Jerm Phra Phong Prai Samut Phim Yai
Wat Hoi Rak 2499
Made from the following aspicious materials.
1. 108 bowls of Wan 108
2. 108 balls of soil from deep seas
3. 108 balls of soil from Pakpanung River
4. 108 balls of soil from 108 temples
5. 108 balls of soil from 108 rice fields
6. 108 balls of soil from 108 beaches
7. 108 balls of soil from 108 gardens
8. 108 balls of soil from 108 crabs’ holes
9. 108 balls of soil where grass would not germinate
10. 108 balls of soil from 108 termite nests
11. 108 balls of soil from 108 ponds
12. 108 balls of ash collected from corpses who died on Saturdays and burnt on Tuesdays
13. 108 balls of ash of Bai-larn books
14. 108 balls of soil from three graveyards
15. 108 cups of powder ground from flowers, which were used to worship Lord Buddha on full-moon Saturdays
16. Water from Chai-rat Mountain, which covers Chumporn and Prachuap Kiri khan Provinces
17. Water collected from church roofs on Mondays the 10 according to ther Thai ancient lunar calendar
(Note: Monday is respected as a sacred day on which to create amulets, a day which could increase worshippers' attractiveness)
18. 108 balls of soil collected from pigs' tails
(Note: Pigs are thought as a sign of wealth and good fortune)
19. Powder ground from old wrecked sacred Pra Tarur amulets of Nakon Sri Thamarat Province
20. An additional 700 other auspicious ingredients were utilised and and several other monks assisted in collecton of these ingredients including Luang Phor Pian.
Sacred spells were recited over the amulets as many as 10,000 times over 10 years beginning in 2490 BE and ending BE 2499 BE before being distributed.
Many Thanks