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国际泰佛牌 by Lek Watruak

Not all but most amulets of this batch have very thin cracks on its surface. Having cracks mean that we have an important characteristic to verify its authenticity. 

A small hole at the top cross-section edge. No holy powder was contained in the hole because the amulet itself is holy powder.

LP Lek (left) and his monk nephew LP Luesie Lingdam while was a young monk (right)

骑(坐)公鸡神, 瓦考萨版拿, 华富里府
HTF Phim KheeGai NuaPhong
Wat KaoSapanNak
Lopburi Province, B.E.2502

Dimensions:  1.8 X 2.8 cm
Materials:  Holy powder of LP Parn + LP Lek
Ref: spn70276

This is a VHTF Phim KheeGai, NuaPhong, Wat KaoSapanNak, Lopburi province, B.E.2502. The Phim KheeGai was mixed with LP Parn's original holy powder and with LP Lek's holy powder prepared & blessed by LP Lek himself with the same processes and methods that his great master (LP Parn) had performed.

Phim KheeGai = riding rooster mold
(Phim = mold; Khee = riding; Gai = rooster)

The above Phim KheeGai was blessed by LP Lek and LP Luesie Lingdam. 

Both LP Lek and LP Luesie Lingdam were LP Parn's close disciples and also were abbots of Wat BangNomkho.  

After consecration ceremony the amulets of this batch were distributed at Wat KaoSapanNak, Lopburi province where LP Parn and his disciples have successively made renovation.

There is a small hole at the top cross-section edge, the hole was caused by a bamboo stick piercing to lift the amulet up from the mold. No holy powder was contained in the hole because the amulet itself is holy powder.

Please notice that the surface of the amulet has very thin cracks -- the thickness of a crack is smaller than a human hair. Not all but most amulets of this batch have such the cracks.
Having cracks mean that we have an important characteristic to verify its authenticity. 

Gai or rooster is a major symbol for prosperity, wealth and fortune.

The Phim KheeGai has great efficacies & properties for Wealth and Fortune, KlaewKlaad, Metta, carreer progress, business and personal prosperity etc--the same and equally to LP Parn's old stuffs because LP Lek and LP Luesie Lingdam performed the same blessing technique as his teacher (LP Parn) had done. The two blessers had meditated utmost reaching Nipphan state, and then invited Lord Buddhas of all epochs to charge holy power for the amulets.

The price of LP Parn's old amulets (B.E.2460) are now very expensive.
You have to pay a large sum of money upto THB 800,000 to own a good-conditioned Phim KheeGai (rooster mold), but the above Phim KheeGai is so much cheaper and recommended because its properties & efficacies are the same as of LP Parn's stuffs.

LP Parn's Yant Kropetch Holy Powder preparation:
When LP Parn was still alive, he made Yant Kropetch holy powder by writing holy scripts with blessing chalk over a black board and erase it so many and many times to collect holy powder.
Also mixed in Yant Kropetch holy powder is the specifical holy powder made from Yants of Phaya Gai (rooster king)'s wings.

LP Parn would meditate to ultra Jhana state and cast a Buddhistic spell on a white cloth and turned it into a Phaya Gai (rooster king). And then LP Parn would request the Phaya Gai extend off his wings, the holy scripts on the Phaya Gai's wings would be viewed and noted by LP Parn. And LP Parn would repeatedly write and erase the Phaya Gai's Katha so many and many times to make Phaya Gai's holy powder.

The original holy powder of LP Parn which was well kept in Wat BangNomkho for a long years together with LP Lek's holy powder were brought to mix with shell lime to make the amulets of this batch.

LP LEK (B.E.2428-2507):
LP Lek was LP Parn's first, most important and closest disciple. He was the top senior disciple of LP Parn and a very able monk master because he was intentively taught ultra Dhamma and incantations by LP Parn himself. Whenever LP Parn left Wat BangNomkho to oversee the construction at other temples, LP Lek would sat his place to govern the temple and to heal all sick people with Buddhistic incantations.

It was LP Parn who taught LP Lek to perform extremely efficacious consecration. And LP Parn entrusted LP Lek to bless his Phayants in late 2470s.

After LP Parn passed away in B.E.2481, LP Lek succeeded the abbotship of Wat BangNomkho until 2484.

LP Lek was very able and qualitifed for his ultra Dhamma and Buddistic incantations. He was invited to attend two most important consecrations of the country, the 1st is Chinnaraj Indochine, B.E. 2485, and the 2nd for 25 Sattawas amulets of B.E. 2500.

LP LUESIE LINGDAM (B.E.2459-2535):
LP Luesie Lingdam was a high ranking monk. His full monkhood name was Phra RajPhromyarn. He was a closest disciple of LP Parn, Wat BangNomkho and also ordained by LP Parn. He had learned Buddhakom and ultra Dhamma practices from his teacher, and later became the Abbot of Wat BangNomkho during B.E. 2492-2500. 

It was he who first disclosed LP Parn's biography to the public, and almost all of LP Parn's biography we know were from his mouth. And also it was he who taught the Rich Katha and the Enhanced version to people.

LP Luesie Lingdam was always in Jhana state, his sixth senses and miraculous ability were fully alert all the time. He had magic eyes & ears that could see and hear what ordinary people could not. He could foresee future events correctly. He learned Supra Dhamma directly from Lord Buddha by meditating deeply and making out-of-body to Nipphan celestial where Lord Buddhas present. He created various amulets with the guidance of Lord Buddha.

LP Luesie Lingdam had made Dhamma journey to upper provinces for a long years and later settled at the nearly deserted Wat Thasung, Uthai Thani, in B.E.2511. The great LP later became the Abbot of Wat Thasung and led people to help construct the temple successfully.

LP Luesi Lingdam passed away in B.E. 2535 at the age of 76. His body is immortal-- undecomposed--the same as his teacher (LP Parn).

Khee = riding
Gai = rooster
Jhana = advanced state of meditation
Klaew Klaad = life safty, free from all harms
Metta = to be kindly loved & liked by others
Nipphan = enlightened state of Buddhist monks
Buddhakom = Buddhistic incantation

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