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Jow Khiew and Jow Daeng, Phra Ajarn Peun of Wat Ladchado, Changwat Ayutthaya

Jow Khiew and Jow Daeng, Phra Ajarn Peun of Wat Ladchado, Changwat Ayutthaya

Pic: Phra Ajarn Peun of Wat Ladchado

Jow Khiew/ Jow Daeng

is an amulet in the shape a dog. The first batch was named Jow Khiew, and the second batch was named Jow Daeng. This wicha channels a spirit in the form of a huge black dog with red eyes, named Mahnin
. It is for protection against danger and enemies. If there is anyone who would hurt you, the Mahnin will manifest itself to that person, deterring them from their harmful intentions. However, if you happen to see a huge black dog with red eyes, it means that you will have an impending catastrophe coming and you must take precautions. The original wicha was from Luang Phor Kum, Wat Fang, and was passed to Phra Ajarn Peun of Wat Lachadoh.
Pic: The “Mahnin”
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Pics: Jow Daeng amulet from Phra Ajarn Pern of Wat Ladchado

Katha

While carrying this amulet, always set aside a portion of the food on your plate, and mentally invite the Mahnin to partake, using the katha below. Do not forget the invitations, or the amulet will slowly lose its efficacy.

 

Namo Tassa Pakawatoh Arahatoh Sammasamputtasa – 3x

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