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The Curious Case of A Powerful Relationship Thai Amulet!

Published Pebrero 7, 2013 by jptan2012

Again, it’s been a while since I’ve written something. After I came back from Thailand to get the Jatukam Amulets and for my much-needed spiritual trip, I never had the opportunity to properly write anything again.

I promise to do more writing in the coming days.

However, for now I would like to write about the curious case of a powerful relationship Thai amulet handed to me by a monk.

Before anything else, allow me to share that my trip to Thailand has been a very fulfilling trip but it also saddened me a little because I found out from my friends and contacts in Thailand that there is a proliferation of fake Thai amulets. This is because most Thai amulets are quite pricey, a lot of scrupulous businessmen decided to take advantage of this situation and decided to manufacture amulets y the bulk and sell it to the public at low cost. Sometimes, these fake amulets, according to my Thai friends, are even more beautiful and are ‘properly stamped’ with a trace number to give it a more ‘genuine’ feels that people do fall for it and believe that they are really authentic. It seem not to occur to the buyers that it is very unlikely that the monks will have the technology and capability to stamping of the control numbers, etc.

It is because of this that I’m unable to buy a lot of amulets, because I really have to be careful that I don’t get anything that’s fake. I’m just glad that friends who are also Feng Shui enthusiasts and are Buddhist are there to guide.

It is because of one of my Thai friends that I came to have a powerful relationship Thai amulet. However, my friend’s intention was not for us to get an amulet but to introduce me and my friends (from the Philippines) and cousin to a miraculous Buddhist image. I shall post about this miraculous Buddhist image soon.

My Thai friend brought us to this temple. Told us to pray to the image and as fate would have it a monk was giving a blessing at that time. So my friends, cousin, and I took this opportunity to get some blessing from the monk.

My friend getting a blessing from a monk.

My friend getting a blessing from a monk.

The curious this is that after our group got our blessing, the monk informed us that he was able to discern from the incense that we lighted that two people from our group will benefit from some very rare amulets, that has been with him for a little more than 35 years. He said, which was interpreted to us by my Thai friend, that his ‘master’ or teacher, a monk who passed away 35 years ago made the amulets.

The monk said, his teacher told him to keep the amulets for 30 years under the image of the Buddha, and after that for him to ‘dispose’ of the amulets to temple goers who may benefit from them.

They were 8 different amulets that were made at the same year. The amulets are powerful amulets for Health, Wealth, Relationship (Love), Family, Witchcraft, Protection from Ghosts, Karma Cleansing, and Grave Ill Health. Except for the amulet for health, wealth, and relationship (love), all the other amulets were already pass on to temple goers whose incense smoke indicated that they should be receiving the amulets.

Now we were told that 2 people from our group would be receiving two of the remaining amulets. I was a little skeptical at first, because we have to make donations to the temple in exchange for the amulets. The amount was a little high. But after some ritual, it was discern by the monk that I should be receiving the amulet for health and that a friend should be receiving the amulet for wealth. I was really surprised by his accuracy because I know for a fact that base on my Bazi I should be very careful about my health for the next few years. Furthermore, the reason my friend join me for this trip in Bangkok, is because one of their business is not doing so well, and he needs fund to put up a bigger capital to save the business.

While preparing for the final blessing of the amulets that we got, the monk approached us again and said that I should be getting the other amulet as well. He was referring to the amulet for relationship (love). I was a little surprised because I’m not in a relationship and not really looking into getting into one. I voiced this to the monk through my friend. But the monk responded that somebody I know would need the amulet. It occurred to me that my sister who is married might need it, so I got the amulet for her. However, the more I think about it the more I got certain that I made a mistake because I think my sister is in a good relationship with her husband.

However, as soon as I came back, a reader who was planning to get the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA pendant, called me to inform me that she’s having a problem with her partner. I didn’t put two and two together at that time, and assured her that the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA pendant might work for her.

Nevertheless, as fate would have it, every time she was trying to send money for the pendant, she’ll encounter problems that will prevent her from sending the money. In the process, she started calling me more often to share with me about her problems with her partner. In one of our conversations, I felt that her problem was so grave that only a very powerful amulet will work for her. That was my ‘aha’ moment. That’s when I realize that the amulet may be for her.

This is the amulet that's for relationship luck. It's made of clay, but inside are some special prayers and powerfull ingredients.

This is the amulet that’s for relationship luck. It’s made of clay, but inside are some special prayers and powerfull ingredients.

I informed her about it, but she seems to be unenthusiastic about it, and is bent on just getting the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA pendant. I took this as a sign that the amulet is not for her. However, when I did an MO or oracle, it indicated that she really would benefit from the amulet that I got in Thailand. I then mentioned this to her again, and this time she became more receptive, and more than that when she tried to send the money, there was almost no problem.

The last time I talked to her, she’s already wearing the amulet. I’m very positive that she’ll really benefit from the amulet!

 

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FAQs About the Jatukam Ramathep Amulet

Published Enero 3, 2013 by jptan2012

It was only last Dec. 30, 2012 when I wrote about the Jatukam Ramathep amulet. The title of the post is – JATUKAM RAMATHEP: THAILAND’S MODERN POWERFUL AMULET OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN.

From my personal collection. This Jatukam Ramathep Amulet is from the 4th batch made at Wat Phra Mahathat Woromaha Vihan. This is the front side.

From my personal collection. This Jatukam Ramathep Amulet is from the 4th batch made at Wat Phra Mahathat Woromaha Vihan. This is the front side.

I was quite surprised when less than 24 hours after posting that particular article, I’ve received so much inquiry about it. I also received a lot of emails inquiring about the Jatukam amulet. I decided to get the top 5 questions and answer them here.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ADDED JANUARY 3, 2012 22:45: I decided to include this FAQ because I’ve been receiving a lot of questions through email about the Jatukam Ramathep Amulet.

Q1: Do we need to have the amulet blessed or cleansed from time-to-time or after wearing for a long time? The answer is NO. The only who can bless the amulet is the Buddhist monks who made them. Actual blessing of the pendant is done through an empowering meditation and special prayer done in the mountain and the sea, and facing East, West, North, and South. However, if people touches your pendant, it might be a good idea to let it pass over an incense smoke. 

Q2: Is there a special mantra for the Jatukam Ramathep amulet? The answer is NO. Just wear it and it will start working for you.

Q3: Can the Jatukam Ramathep amulet be shared from one member of the family to another? This is not a very ideal thing to do. However, since the amulet is quite pricey, this may be an alternative. A family member who may be experiencing a spade of bad luck can wear it.

Q4: Are the Jatukam amulets available online real? My answer to this particular question is ‘I don’t know’. You will have to check whether they are really a reputable supplier. As mentioned in the article, there are a lot of other Buddhist temples, and, unfortunately, even ‘businessmen’ who started making their own Jatukam Ramathep amulet. Remember, if it didn’t come from Wat Phra Mahathat Woromaha Vihan, and was not made by the monks from that temple, and if doesn’t have the material from the said temple, then it is not a real Jatukam Ramathep amulet. It needs to have all the component to make it a real Jatukam Ramathep amulet. When buying online, I suggest you do the following: 1. CHECK THE CREDIBILITY OF THE ONLINE STORE. 2. CHECK WHAT BATCH OF JATUKAM ARE THEY SELLING. Note that Jatukam amulets are in high demand, the truth is there is no longer single Jatukam Ramathep amulet available in the market from the last batch (before this latest one recently released) that was made. If it’s an original Jatukam Ramathep ask them from what batch it belongs and ask how were they able to ‘hoard’ and not sell it right away. 3. PRICE IS ALSO A FACTOR. Unfortunately, because of the tedious process, and some of the precious materials used in doing the Jatukam Ramathep it is usually very expensive. The one’s I’m getting from this last batch is quite pricey. It’s THB 11,200.00.

Q5. Is there any special way of wearing the amulet? Unlike other amulets or talismans, the amulet is usually worn outside the shirt. Meaning it is usually worn exposed. However, I personally wear it hidden under my shirt.

 

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