LP Phra Moot Takrut Amulet for Protection (BE2559)
This is a custom made small and compact takrut by Luang Phor Phra Moot specially to protect our SAF, SPF & SCDF ladies and gents in camp, outfield, patrolling, rescue work, ie. those in 'high risk' line of duty, regardless of sex, race, language or religion. Do note, carrying an amulet is to remind you to strive to be a good person, please do not rely on an amulet to do things for you, you need to depend on yourself first, and have it assist you in life.
Technical Specs: Made in 2016, BE2559. Material made from melted down old alms bowls, personally hand written "Na Mo Bud Dha Ya" Yant, & personally chanted approx 336hrs Itipiso Bahgava Diamond Sutra by LP Phra Moot. LP Phra Moot amulets are always VERY powerful and effective, the following are some characteristics specific of this amulet useful for military outfield, enforcement patrolling and rescue personnel in high risk environments (but not exhaustive):
Maha Oot: To avoid danger, illness, diseases, evil, bad luck, etc.
Kong Grapan Chatri (Invulnerability): Protection from weapon discharges, knives, sharp objects, projectiles, etc.
Kel Kart (Klaew Klaad): Evade danger, accidents.
Amanj: Power to Command respect and authority.
Metta Maha Niyom: Aura of Loving Kindness, Popularity, to be well liked by others, foster good relationships with others, people are more willing to help you.
Choke Rak: Good luck, avoid anything suay from happening to you, prevent your luck from going too low. Good fortunes, workplace promotion & increase social standing.
If you need help with anything, simply hold on to the takrut and focus your mind to help you to find a solution. When at a cross road, use it to remind yourself to choose the righteous path.
Update 140716: The first person who bought one early this afternoon feedback and say he just won $100.
Regardless of Race, Language or Religion: LP Phra Moot say, anyone of any religion, race, gender or beliefs can carry no problem. You can wear it anywhere on your uniform, keychain, pocket, bag, purse, etc. You can bring with you anywhere during your line of duty to so called 'unclean' places like graveyards, pubs, raiding prostitute dens, gambling dens or simply going to toilets, etc. As long as you treat it with respect, you can go anywhere and be doing whatever, sex with spouse, etc no problem (except unlawful deeds). Not necessary for prayers, offerings, no need to become a Buddhist, no need to become a vegetarian, no need to do anything, just carry it with you.
Profits collected will go to Lum Phor's temple to use as he deems fit, be it purchasing necessities, repairs or supporting the village in whatever help they need, bla bla bla. So if you would like to donate more also can, will pass it on to LP, and all the merit will go to you.
What is a Takrut? A Takrut, also known as a Tangkai in other cultures, is a talisman (Arabic: ??????/ transliterated: tilasim). In this case here, a custom made hand written script often mistaken for Thai, it is actually written in ancient Pali, a Prakrit language native to the Indian subcontinent. LP Phra Moot with his enlightened and purified mind chanted and meditated upon it for 56 days to convey and imprint his thoughts and feelings into purifying and energising the Takruts. With this, we can have with us an element and representation of his cultivated mind, his purity of thought and energy to ward off any negative elements that we might encounter and to give us a peace of mind when we go about our daily lives. It will give its bearer something physical to focus their mind upon when feeling down. Example when you lan lan have to march through the graveyard at night and feeling scared as fuck, you can hold on to it and feel assured that you have got your ass covered.
About Luang Phor Phra Moot: He is the chief abbot of Wat Kow Chat at Humm Raburi Amper Por Ta Rum, was born in Amper Ang Tong province of Thailand. Wat Kow Chat was build in Buddhist calendar 2484, however due to lengthy years of fund raising, the temple eventually completed its establishment in the year of 2541. Luang Phor Phra Moot is a living Tudong forest monk who spent most of his early monkhood travelling to different provinces of Thailand and jungles to accomplish various in-depth meditation & Visha Dharma practises.
Luang Phor Phra Moot travelled from Ang Tong to Ratburi. Luang Phor Phra Moot saw that the villagers of Ratburi needed help and Dharma guidance, L.P compassionately spent several years helping the villagers in terms of healing, spiritual aid & preaching. The villagers were very grateful and decided to request Luang Phor Phra Moot to stay in their village town permanently to carry on turning wheel of the Dharma.
Luang Phor is well known for fortune advising, helping and guiding the poor who have been living in poverty for many years through decent means of livelihood. Luang Phor Phra Moot strongly encouraged his devotees to generate positive deeds and to gain merits in order to live a better happier life. Luang Phor has also cured many mental ill patients through the Dharma.
He is also an expert in holy water exorcism to chase away evil spirits, black magic & ill omens, and is quite popular among the masses in the province and other parts of Thailand. Hence, Luang Phor Phra Moot is the sole refuge and hope to the villagers as well as the people of all walks of life.