BE2537: LP Koon Stamp-shaped Rian (Helicopter Batch) Temple:Wat Ban Rai Size:3cm x 2.3cm Brief info: The name for this rian is ''GU NANG HOR PLODPAIDEE MII LARP'' which roughly translates to "I sit helicopter safely, with wealth and prosperity". In BE2537, LP Koon travelled by helicopter from Wat Ban Rai, Korat province to Wat Nimannoradee in Bangkok to attend and lead the blessing ceremony of this batch of amulets. The purpose of making this batch was to raise funds for a Dharma school near Wat Nimannoradee. Donation ceremonies for building of Dharma schools are always attended by many devotees and is usually a major blessing ceremony, because Thai devotees believe that donating fund to build Dharma school will gain them great merits. Famous Incidents in LP Koon's history: In BE2536, LP Koon's fame reached new heights, when a women was pulled out alive from the rubble of a collapsed hotel clutching tightly onto a LP Koon's Image amulet. Purpose of LP Koon's amulets: People believe LP Koon has the power to protect the worshipper from all natural or accidental calamities and attract good luck, wealth and prosperity. They believe wearing the amulet is the same as if LP Koon was blessing them. Unworn condition. PM if interested. Thank you.
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