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AhNanTahSoong TadLoongKam (Parod Gin Thong), Zhao Salam Luang Ong Jayah Jong Koh Oong, Muang Jog Meh, Pah Mar (Myanmar)

AhNanTahSoong TadLoongKam (Parod Gin Thong), Zhao Salam Luang Ong Jayah Jong Koh Oong, Muang Jog Meh, Pah Mar (Myanmar)

AhNanTahSoong TahLoongKam (Parod Gin Thong

) were created by Zhao Salam Luang Ong Jayah Jong Koh Oong, Muang Jog Meh. The wicha of Parod Gin Thong or Parod SamRej Hang Hong Sawadee originated in Myanmar, and was passed down from generation to generation more than a century ago.

 

Pic: AhNanTahSoong TadLoongKam (Parod Gin Thong) by Zhao Salam Luang Ong Jayah Jong Koh Oong, Muang Jog Meh, Myanmar

 

While carrying the amulets, recite the Botsuad Phra Puttakoon

(Salutations to the Buddha), 3 times a day.

Katha Botsuad Phra Puttakoon

Itipiso pakawa, Arahang, Samma Samputto, Wicha Jarana Sampanno, Sukato, Lokawitu, Anuttaro Purisa Thamma Sarathi, Sattha Teywa Manussanang, Putto, Pakawati

 

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You may also utilize your amulet in these ways:
1) Make a ring, and set the Parod in it touching your body. Wear the ring while you sleep, and it will purge toxins from your body, leaving you refreshed and energized when you wake up.
2) It can protect you from evil spirits and black magic
3) It can adjust the 4 elements of Earth, Fire, Water, Air, ensuring your health.
4) Increasing your luck. When you luck is good, the Parod will appear bright and shiny. If your luck is down, it will look dull. If this happens, place it in water with Sompoi (fruit pods of the Acacia Concinna tree) and bath with the water. Proceed with Sadorkror after.
5) When you are travelling, spray perfume on the Parod, and pray for safety on your journey.

 

Pic: Sompoi used to make scented water for bathing
(Picture References: (left) dimid_86/Shutterstock.com, (right) Quality Stock Arts/Shutterstock.com)
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