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A Financial Blessing or Miracle for the Born – Again Christian Who Is Not A Believer of Amulets: How A Simple Miracle Turned a Woman into Believing that there is Indeed Something with the Vajrapani Ruel!

Published Marso 14, 2017 by jptan2012

Since I started this blog in 2012 and became a Feng Shui writer I have been accused of a lot of things, but the most common one is that I’m the devil and that what I write is about is the work of the devil. Although I don’t have the formal statistics, I would say that it is not an exaggeration that 95% or even more of those accusations came from people who profess that they are born – again Christian.

Now, let us jump to the EV who requested that she remains to be identified as EV on this blog, and who was featured on this blog twice already for the miracles that she experienced with the Vajrapani Ruel. What I have never mentioned on this blog is that EV belongs to a born – again Christian (Protestant) family. Her daughters were raised as born – again Christians.

In fact, I remember the first time I met her she mentioned that she is not showing her Vajrapani Ruel to her husband.

Anyway, today I would like to share with you again another miracle that EV experienced. Well, technically it’s not her miracle but being a loving mother that she is, whenever her children gets something it is like she herself experienced them.

EV’s second daughter works for big reputable company. Lately, she has been ranting that she is no longer happy with her company because she is overworked, because she is actually the one who does the work of her boss. But more than that she is no longer financially satisfied or contented with what she is getting from the company.

Being a loving mother that she is, she naturally got worried about her daughter’s ranting. And so she decided to give her Vajrapani Ruel to her daughter. Her daughter who was raised as born – again Christian and who has chosen it to be her faith was naturally a little repulsive to the idea of carrying it. But, I guess, she was raised well and so she indulged her mother by keeping it.

At this point, allow me to share with you what EV emailed me…CVinluan

Dear JP,
I gave my Vajrapani Ruel amulet to my youngest daughter because her bazi chart for this year is not good (I’m a fengshui believer so somehow I understand it) and besides you comfirmed about her chart (not good). I just told her either she wears it or put it in her bag. By the way, she always rants about her work because she is not well -compensated.
The said amulet was with her in less than a week and should I say a “miracle” happened because her boss proposed that when she closes a project with their prospect clients she gets a commission. This means an additional income and no doubt, it’s the Vajrapani Ruel which helped my daughter (note: she doesn’t believe so much in fengshui). I advised her to be always positive even if things are not falling into right places.
I found a real friend who is kind, understanding, honest and trustworthy — that’s you, JP. Thanks a lot for the help.

Your friend,
Mrs. E.V.

What EV didn’t share here but she told me offline is that they consider it as a miracle because it is something that her boss wouldn’t consider doing because it is simply out of his character. Second, she is not in good terms with her boss. And for it to be offered to her a few days after she got the Vajrapani Ruel is simply too much of a coincidence.

EV also told me that her daughter also got to thinking that there must be something really powerful with the Vajrapani Ruel. They consider this as a miracle, because the amount of projects or business as EV shared with me can go as high as Php 10,000,000.00 (Ten Million Pesos) or US$200,000.00!

Vajrapani Ruel

The Vajrapani Ruel looks simple, maybe even rustic, but this simple amulet is packed with a special talisman paper inside, with various ingredients, which includes Namtso Salt, soil, various herbs and plants, crystal, and a relic from a high lama. It’s important to put the ruel inside a amulet holder or something sturdy as to not ruin it. If the cloth had tear which exposes or spill the ingredients inside, the ruel becomes useless. The Vajrapani Ruel itself is only about 1 to 2 inches and it varies from one ruel to another.

You can also read the following posts about the Vajrapani Ruel:

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