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A Very Rare Luangpu Tuad Amulet

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A Very Rare Luangpu Tuad Amulet
A Very Rare Luangpu Tuad Amulet Made of Holy Powder and Herbs. Luangpu Tuad is the Patron Arahat (Saint) of Thailand. He is known to grant protection and safety to travellers (like St. Christopher to the Christians). Stories are abound of Luangpu Tuad saving lives especially in car accidents, attempted assasinations and other dangers. This amulet is the 1st Consecration Issue of Luangpu Tuad handmade by Arjan Tim in Buddhist Era (BE) 2497 for the Temple Committee Member of Wat Changhai of Patani, South Thailand. To the Thais, this Luangpu Tuad amulet is called "Pim Kamakarn" (literally means "Committee Member Model") and is very rare and limited. The accompanying casing is made of gold. Height: 5.2cm, Width 3.5cm.

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