Friday, July 28, 2017

(code:8300) ~ Ajahn Boonmah - Ku Yai Kam Chang - Powerful Mighty Phra Iyara MahaRaChan With Erawan Nur Phong + Ivory Powder BE 2560.

This is Powerful Mighty Phra Iyara MahaRaChan With Erawan Nur Phong + Ivory Powder, strongly blessed by Mahout Master Ajahn Boonmah in year BE2560. This sacred Mighty Phra Iyara MahaRaChan is made from Holy Plants Powder materials with mixed Ivory Powder materials. Featured with stunning design of Phra Iyara with Elephants image at front and Phra Iyara riding Erawan Elephant at back. Additional with added metal sheet with series number at side.
 Ajahn Boonmah (KuYaiKamChang) is the head of Mahout in Surin province and also known as Land of Elephants. He mastered the Wicha PakamChang from ancestor that every Mahout must practice to be safe while controlling elephants a mighty animal. 
Thai Amulet Code: 8300
Monk: Ajahn Boonmah ~ Ku Yai Kam Chang.
Temple: Samnak Mahout.

Special: This is Powerful Mighty Phra Iyara MahaRaChan With Erawan Nur Phong + Ivory Powder (Height 4.3cm) strongly blessed by Mahout Master Ajahn Boonmah in year BE2560. This sacred Mighty Phra Iyara MahaRaChan is made from Holy Plants Powder materials with mixed Ivory Powder materials. Featured with stunning design of Phra Iyara with Elephants image at front and Phra Iyara riding Erawan Elephant at back. Additional with added metal sheet with series number at side. Supplied with temple paper box. I highly recommend to you.
Effect: Excellent for Good Luck-Protection-Leadership, Wealthy fetching, Good in dealing with ppl, Good in relationship, Improve to strong money luck and strong business luck, Protection from accidents and harm and evil.
Price:
MYR 120 - Powerful Mighty Mighty Phra Iyara MahaRaChan With Erawan Nur Phong + Ivory Powder by Ajahn Boonmah - KuYaiKamChang BE2560.

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