Sunday, March 26, 2017

(code:7814) ~ LP Hong ~ Wat SusanTungmon - Powerful Magic Mitmor 9" Chang Kraduk Of Elephant Bone BE 2556.

This is Powerful Magic Mitmor 9" Chang Kraduk Of Elephant Bonestrongly blessed by LP Hong in year BE2556. The sacred Magic Mitmor Sheath & Handle are made from Elephant Bone and the sheath are bound with metal materials. The entire Magic Mitmor have carved with sacred Yant and LP Hong specific Yants. This sacred Mitmor Blade is made from Holy materials with Yant and Hand carved sacred Yants.
 LP Hong - Wat SusanTungmon, is perhaps the most famous and powerful guru monk in Surin. He was ordained as a novice at the age of 18 and when 20 years old, he was ordained as a monk at Wat Petburi, Surin Province. After 3 months of ordination, LP Hong went on a pilgrimage in Cambodia and met many guru masters and studied magic with them. He spent 30 years on pilgrimage in Cambodia. LP Hong is a good monk and a magical expert. He is respected by a lot of people in Thailand. 
Thai Amulets Code: 7814
Monk: LP Hong.
Temple: Wat SusanTungmon.
Special: This is Powerful Magic Mitmor 9" Chang Kraduk Of Elephant Bone (Length 24cm) strongly blessed by LP Hong in year BE2556. The sacred Magic Mitmor Sheath & Handle are made from Elephant Bone and the sheath are bound with metal materials. The entire Magic Mitmor have carved with sacred Yant and LP Hong specific Yants. This sacred Mitmor Blade is made from Holy materials with Yant and Hand carved sacred Yants. Highly collectible, in excellent condition and entirely genuine. I highly recommend to you.

Effect: Powerful for destroying black magic, Protection from evil, For authority and healing, make you more to be invulnerable.
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