Locket Jao Por Phu Yee Gor Hong - Painted Enamel Shell with Sacred Powder rear face, Taw Waes Suwan, Enchanted Dice & Takrut - 'Sethee Ruay Sap' Edition 2553 BE - Luang Phu Key - Wat Sri Lamyong
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Locket Jao Por Phu Yee Gor Hong (Er Ger Fong) - Luang Phu Key Gidtiyano - Wat Sri Lamyong (Surin)
Locket with real shell facing enamelled Image of Por Phu Jao Yee Gor Hong, one statuette of Chinese 'Chai Sing Hia' Deity made from Nuea Loha Aathan (Sorcerous metals), one Enchanted Dice to turn the gambling Tables in your favor, and one Silver Takrut with the Ghost Whisperer Spell.
'Chai Sing Hia' is the Chinese Equivalent of the Thai 'Taw Waes Suwan'. He prevents Black Magic forces in the places where you Gamble from interfering.
He is the deva of Wealthy and Upcoming Business Persons, and the Preventer of Poverty. He commands great Imposing Dominion over his Yaksa Minions. He is an Important Asura Deva King to worship for Wealth Increase.
The Sacred Powders are rich in Pong Puttakun, and have some Sacred Crystals inserted for Luck and Wealth attraction. A silver Takrut with a Khom Spell to win the favor of the Ruling Deva of the Gambling Tables, is inserted into the Puttakun Powders.
Intended for those who love to play the Lottery and casino Games, and Speculative Risk Professions, such as Financial Investment Advisors and Stock Market Traders.
Size; 3.5 Cm High x 2.5 Cm Wide - 999 Amulets made
Released in the 2553 BE 'Sethee Ruay Sap' edition of amulets with a Major Puttapisek/Taewapisek Blessing Ceremony on 11th February 2553, at Wat Sri Lamyong, in Surin, with Luang Por Key presiding over the Empowerment. The amulet was released in 'Roop Khai' (oval shape) and 'Roop See Liam' (four sided) versions. Many other amulets were released in this Edition, with the Chai Sing Hia and Por Phu Yee Gor Hong Riches / Gambler Deities being the main focus of the edition.
Locket comes in original Temple Box. Can be encased if desired.
Light Nine sticks (9) of Incense, flower garlands (Puang Maalay made from yellow chrysanthemums), Black Coffee (no Sugar) or ‘O Yua’ (a kind of dark hot drink, also called ‘O Liang’), and tea.
You can give offerings every day if you wish to, or once a week if this is not feasible.If you find yourself receiving winning streaks and success in your undertakings, you must give alms to the bowls of Buddhist Monks and offer to share the fruits of those merits with Por Phu Yee Gor Hong and results should improve even more than before.
If and when you go Gambling, once you have gained a decent winning, do not become too greedy and try to get more than is really normal to wish for. Do not become over greedy, as Yee Gor Hong does not Like Greedy people, and will make you Lose what you won again. Always share some of the winnings to make merit for Por Phu Yee Gor Hong.
Kata Bucha Por Phu Yee Gor Hong
Namo Mae Taewaanang Toobpa Teebpa Ja Bubphang Saggaara Wantaanang U Yae A Yae Ta Nang Su Ga Ri Thaa Mi
“Oh Great Meritorious Por Phu Yee Gor Hong – please bestow Great Luck and Fortune upon me, and give me your Blessings of Riches and Success”.
Kata Bucha Por Phu Yee Gor Hong Version 2
Odtabpawaena Kaayaka Bpen Dtuki Ong Phuu Saasa Uyae Ayae
(Chant Nine Times)
Kata Bucha Por Phu Yee Gor Hong (version 3)
Na Mor Dtai Sir Dtai Bpuy Liang Miang Jeng Sae Yee Gor Hong
Chai Sing Yee Gor Hong Por Sak Sir Uwa Gim Ngerng Sai Bpor
Bpor Jang Chai Kho Sir Gao Uwa Gae Lai Gao Uwa Gae Lai
Erg Jidt Khor Wing Worn Namo Mahaa Maedtaa Garunaa