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Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Powerful Phra Kao Na Maha Setthi ("Millionaire Batch" 9 Face Buddha / 九面财佛) Magic Amulet

For True Believer Of 9 Face Buddha's Amulet

Be Blessed With Great Money & Wealthy Luck & Smooth Sailing In Life*

"Owner Recommendation - Great For Career Progression, Businesses/Sales, Suitable For Those Who Like Very Calming & Positive Energy From Amulets, Must Wear Amulet"

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9 Fat & Chubby Smiling Faces with decorated in Sriwichai style, right hand holds a sacred Holy Grass (Kaeo Saraphatnuek), left hand holds a big 'Gold'

Size: 2 x 4 cm

Must Wear Above Waist Level Or Worship At Your Home/Office/Shop/Car



Contain Lucky 'Kring' Ball Inside The Amulet and have sound when shaking.


This 9 Face Buddha Amulet is made using Red Copper and sacred Copper Of Wealthy Wheel Yant at the base - “Yant Hua Jai Setti” and “Yant Phra Sivali”


Mount Emei, China


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Devotees Praying To Phra Kao Na Bucha In Temple


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General Enhancements & Effects
  • Boosting your Prosperous, Wealthy, Businesses/Sales & Gambling/Investment Luck Greatly
  • Enhances Loving-Kindness (Metta/Ren Yuan) & Charisma (Improves Your Benefactor Luck)
  • Career Progression Luck (new career opportunities, or promotion in existing employment)
  • Bring Happiness and Peace to a worshipper and family ; Very Positive Energy to Calm The Wearer
  • Protection against dangers and harm
Maker Of Item:
LP Thongdum, Wat Tham Tapian Thong

Materials:
Holy Metallic Alloys

Article About Phra KaoNa











Story Of Phra Kao Na (9 Face Buddha)

The origins of the veneration of this Buddha began in Chiang Mai of olden times, when it was still called the Lanna Kingdom. It was a difficult place to live and its population suffers much. Out of compassion, a learned guru monk named LP Ariya advised his lay disciples to built the statue of Phra Setthi Nawagot to help overcome their economic difficulties. After completing the statue, a puttaphisek consecration ceremony was conducted to invite Phra Setthi Nawagot to come and receive great offerings from the lay disciples. During the ceremony, many miracles happened throughout the puttaphisek chanting. The lay disciples were afraid as they haven’t seen such occurences in their life before. However when the puttaphisek was over everything went back to normal. Believe it or not the lives of the lay disciples started changing for the better. After the lay diciples experienced such extraodinary power, they asked LP Ariya how did such a strange 9-faced Buddha came about and why is it so effective.

LP Ariya explained that Phra Setthi Nawagot consists of the 9 rich merchants whom have taken refuge under Lord Buddha. "Setthi" means millionaire in Pali and "Nawagot" means 9 times infinity. During Lord Buddha’s lifetime, these 9 merchants have supported the Buddha’s mission in building the Sangha and spreading the Dhamma. Besides being rich lay supporters, they have also achieved the various stages of sainthood. Thus they can be considered Ariyas or Noble Ones. Inviting and revering them sincerely we hope they can bestow upon us the bountiful merits and wealth that they have accumulated in their previous lifetimes. The 9 of them are:

1. Phra Dhananjaya, who bestows power of superiority in ranks and respect.
2. Phra Yasa, whom bestows success in our undertakings.

Also bestows unity of the hearts and minds of people around us.
3. Phra Sumana, who bestows intelligence.
4. Phra Jati Kassa, who bestows prosperity in property and luck.
5. Phra Anathapindika, who bestows good progress in life.
6. Phra Menda Kassa, who bestows prosperity in wealth and luck.
7. Phra Jotika, who bestows Metta and attractiveness.
8. Phra Sumangala, who bestows a steady and peaceful life.
9. Phra Upasika Visakha, bestows promotions in office and progress.

Dhananjaya:

A setthi of Bhaddiyanagara; he was the son of Mendaka and Candapadumasirī. His wife was Sumanadevī, and their children were Visākhā and Sujātā.

Yasa:

He was the son of a very wealthy treasurer of Benares, and was brought up in great luxury, living in three mansions, according to the seasons and surrounded with all kinds of pleasures. Impelled by antecedent conditions, he saw one night the indecorum of his sleeping attendants, and, greatly distressed, put on his gold slippers and left the house and the town, non humans opening the gates for him. He took the direction of Isipatana, exclaiming: "Alas! What distress! Alas! What danger!" The Buddha saw him in the distance and called to him, "Come Yasa, here is neither distress nor danger." Filled with joy, Yasa took off his slippers and sat beside the Buddha. The Buddha preached to him a graduated discourse, and when he had finished teaching the Truths, Yasa attained realization of the Dhamma. To Yasa's father, too, who had come in search of his son, the Buddha preached the Doctrine, having first made Yasa invisible to him. (This is given as an example of the Buddha's iddhi power, Vsm.393). At the end of the sermon he acknowledged himself the Buddha's follower, (he thus became the first tevācika upāsaka) and Yasa, who had been listening, became an arahant.

Jotika:

A treasurer of Rājagaha who later became an arahant. He was born as the son of a setthi in Rājagaha. On the day of his birth the whole city became one blaze of light, hence his name, Jotika. Jotika was a very pious follower of the Buddha. Once, when he was away listening to the Buddha's preaching, Ajātasattu - who even when visiting the palace as a boy with his father had coveted Jotika's wealth - went with his soldiers to attack the palace in an attempt to take possession of it. But the Yakkha Yamakolī routed the army, and Ajātasattu fled for refuge to the vihāra where Jotika was listening to the Dhamma. On being charged by Ajātasattu with hypocrisy in that he was there listening to the Dhamma, after having charged his guards to set upon the king, Jotika's answer was that he had no need of guards since nobody could take anything of his without his sanction. He then challenged the king to remove the rings from his (Jotika's) fingers. Ajātasattu, trying with all his might, failed. Jotika then held out his hands and his rings all fell off. Agitated by the king's desire to possess his wealth, Jotika asked for permission to become a monk. Ajātasattu agreed, hoping thus to get possession of his riches. Jotika entered the Order and soon became an arahant, but at the moment of his attainment of arahantship all his wealth and earthly glory vanished and his wife returned to Uttarakuru.

Jatila:

A setthi of Magadha, one of the five setthis of Bimbisāra. His mother was a setthi's daughter in Benares, who had illicit relations with a Vijjādhara, and when the child was born she placed it in a vessel which she handed to her slave, to be floated down the Ganges. Two women, while bathing, saw the vessel, discovered what it contained and each claimed the child. The dispute was settled by the king and the child was given to the woman who happened to be a disciple of Mahā Kaccāna. The child was called Jatila because the first time he was bathed after birth his hair became matted. When able to walk, he was given to Mahā Kaccāna to be ordained, but the Thera took him to Takkasilā and handed him over to one of his supporters, a merchant, who adopted him as his son. Years passed, and one day the merchant, having to go on a journey, made a list of the goods which he had accumulated in his house during twelve years and asked Jatila to sell them if he could find buyers. Such was the lad's fortune that in one day they were all disposed of. The merchant, realising the young man's destiny, gave him his daughter in marriage and provided him with a house. As Jatila stepped into the house, the earth behind it was rent asunder and a mountain of gold, eighty cubits in height, appeared for his use. Thereupon the king made him a Treasurer. Later, wishing to retire from the world, Jatila sent out messengers to discover if there were others as rich as he, in case the king should raise objections to his going away. When news was brought back of Mendaka and Jotika, he knew there would be no opposition and obtained the king's permission. He had three sons, but, having tested them, came to know that only the youngest had the necessary good fortune to enjoy his vast wealth. Jatila thereupon handed over to him his wealth and entered the Order, becoming an arahant within a few days.

Sumana:

A garland maker, given as an example of one whose acts bore fruit in this very life. He was Bimbisāra's gardener, and provided the king daily with eight measures of jasmine flowers, for which he received eight pieces of money, One day, while on his way to the palace, he saw the Buddha, and threw two handfuls of flowers into the air, where they formed a canopy over the Buddha's head. Two handfuls thrown on the right, two on the left and two behind, all remained likewise in the air and accompanied the Buddha as he walked through the city, a distance of three leagues, that all might see the miracle.

When Sumana returned home with his empty basket and told his wife what he had done, she was fearful lest the king should punish him. Going to the palace, she confessed what he had done, and asked for forgiveness for herself as she had had no part in the deed. Bimbisāra visited the Buddha and then sent for Sumana. Sumana confessed that when he offered the flowers to the Buddha he was quite prepared to lose his life. The king gave him the eightfold gift: eight female slaves, eight sets of jewels, eight thousand pieces of money, eight women from the royal harem, and eight villages.

Sumangala:

Sumangala Thera, an arahant. One hundred and eighteen kappas ago he was a brahmin. One day, having made preparations for a great sacrifice, he saw Piyadassī Buddha arriving at his door with one thousand arahants, and placed all the food in his house at the disposal of the Buddha and his monks.

Sudatta:

The millionaire Anathapindika was born as Sudatta. As a result of his great generosity, he was given the name Anathapindika which meant "feeder of the helpless". When Anathapindika first met the Buddha at the Sitavana forest near Rajagaha, his confidence was so strong that an aura glowed from his body. On hearing the Dharma for the first time Anathapindika became a sotapanna (first stage of sainthood).

Mendaka:

Mendaka was an extremely rich man. He had found a large number of life-sized golden statues of goats in his backyard. For this reason, he was known as Mendaka (a goat), the rich man. Once, during his tour of the Anga and Uttara regions, the Buddha went to the town of Bhaddiya. He saw in his vision that the time was ripe for Mendaka, his wife, his son, his daughter-in-law, his granddaughter and his servant to attain Sotapatti. The Buddha revealed the past existences of Mendaka. In one of his former existences he had donated a monastery and a congregation hall to Vipassi Buddha. Then, in yet another of his past existences, he was a rich man in Benares. At that time there was a famine throughout the region. One day, he offered the only food he had left as almsfood to a Paccekabuddha. As a result of this offering, his cooking pot was later found to be miraculously filled up with rice.

Visakha:

The chief among the female lay disciples of the Buddha and declared by him to be foremost among those who ministered to the Order (dāyikānam aggā). Her father was Dhanañjaya, son of Mendaka, and her mother Sumanā. She was born in the city of Bhaddiya in Anga. When she was seven years old, the Buddha visited Bhaddiya with a large company of monks, out of compassion for the brahmin Sela and others. Mendaka gave Visākhā five hundred companions, five hundred slaves, and five hundred chariots, that she might visit the Buddha. She stopped the chariots some distance away and approached the Buddha on foot. He preached to her and she became a sotāpanna.



LP ThongDam is an expert to create and has been studied the art of making efficacious Phra KaoNa MahaSetthi-9 Faces Buddha. LP ThongDam of Wat Tham TapainThong is a well respected guru monk in Lopburi, famous for his Metta and Mahalap amulets. LP Thongdam is a senior follower of LP Mum of Wat Prasat and also is a close disciple of the famous LP Toh from Wat Praduchimplee.

First monk who created style of Phra Khun Paen Paen Jowsup Jowsaneh in present time & popular for his knowledge in both holy Dharma and Visha. He has studied the art of making effective Phra Khun Paen amulets from Cambodia and Pidta from LP Toh, Wat Praduchimplee.

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