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Thai Amulet - Moo Mahalap Mahasetee (Millionaire Pig Amulet)

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Item: Moo Mahalap Mahasetee (Millionaire Pig Amulet) **1st Batch From: LP Wirut Temple: Wat Sanmamao, Chiang Rai Province – BE 2561 Material: Multimetal Amount: created only 499 pieces Objective: Donations for buying a land for Wat Sanmamao Description: Pig is a Chinese mascot of “wealth”. House with pig décor is believed to support financial and commercial Feng Shui. Additionally Thai idiom “pig” means “easy”, so the amulet created into a pig will help owner do anything easily such as business operation. This is the first time for Wat Sanmamao under supervision of LP Wirut to make “Moo Mahalap Mahasetee” or “Millionaire Pig Amulet” or for worshipers. The power is guaranteed because the metal material was gathered from many sacred objects and moreover LP Wirut will perform the ceremony by himself. Phra Arjarn Wirut of Wat Sanmamao, No. 1 Sak Yant Master of Chiang Rai: This is LP Wirut (Pali name: Yannasangwaro) or people call “Phra Arjarn Wirut”, abbot of Wat Sanmamao in Chiang Rai province. LP Wirut is young Northern guru monk who has been famous for “Sak Yant” a sacred tattooing, widely accepted number one tattooing master in Chiang Rai due to his fine tattoos and strong magical power. LP Wirut was born in 1977 in Chiang Rai province. His family was poor. After shool, LP Wirut went to temple and studied dharma and chanting with LP Boon a pilgrim monk from Northeast who stayed during Buddhist Lent. LP Boon recommended LP Wirut about chanting and also taught him useful spells such as spell for driving out spirits and spell for people kindness. At age 13, LP Wirut went to priesthood at Wat Klang Wiang, Chiang Rai province. After ordination, stayed at Wat Ratcharoen, Chiang Rai and studied with LP Kampan an admirable monk. Not over a month, LP Wirut could write and read Northern alphabets, and also passed Nak Dham Tree (basic dharma examination) in the same year. Meanwhile a novice, LP Wirut asked Pho Nanpan, an occult master for learning magic. Pho Nanpan taught LP Wirut intersting mantras such as curing illness spells, stopping bleeding spell, danger protection spell and others. In 1992, LP Wirut moved to Wat Sanmamao and continued studying magic and mantras such as reading magic scriptures, writing Yant, making Takrut and magic spells. Until age 21, LP Wirut got ordained as a monk. In 2001, began a pilgrimage in order to acchieve perfect meditation walking to Arsom Dharma Jarik (hermitage) in Mae Hong Son province. In the same year, LP Wirut felt interested in Sak Yant (sacred tattooing) asking a senior Burmese master for studying with. That Burmese master taught how to do Sak Yant and gave a tattooing needle to LP Wirut. Because meditation is an important fundamental factor for Sak Yant, LP Wirut seriously practiced meditation starting from short to longer time. The longest time was 4 hours without moving. At first, he felt too much aches and pains, but after endeavor the ashes and pains were all gone. In May 2002, LP Wirut came back to Wat Sanmamao. He made Takrut and gave out people. After that many people have been inquiring about Takrut by LP Wirut because of real owners’ experiences. In 2003, LP Wirut brushed up his knowledge of Sak Yant and began doing for people who are interested. At first he did once a year on Songkran (Thailand water festival), but after 2014 people from all parts of Thailand has flowed to get Sak Yant from LP Wirut without any advertisings by temple that built great attention among sacred tattoo lovers.

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