Best Protection Amulet
Genuine LP Thuad amulet
Temple: Wat Chang Hai
Year made: 2018
-Protection from danger
-Protection from black magic
Luang Phu Thuad – Master of Protection
Among the legends Luang Phu Thuad is known for is turning seawater into drinking water as one day a boat he was on got caught up in a huge storm at sea forcing the sailors to drop the anchor. After 7 days and dying of thirst the sailors began to believe the factor they were stuck was because of misfortune from Luang Phu Thuad. The sailors then prepared to ask him to take the rescue boat to the next island but as he dipped his feet in the sea water it began to shimmer and become clear enabling the sailors to drink the water and rehydrate.
Luang Phu Thuad came from an extremely poor family where he dealt with many hardships but was always known for his frustrating compassion in the face of adversity, embracing Buddhist principles from an early age. When he reached seven years of ages, Luang Phu Thuad began learning to read and compose at Wat Gudti Luang before ending up being completely ordained as a novice monk at the age of 15, moving onto Wat See Hyong later on and rising to senior monk level.
Luang Phu Thuad invested most of his time in Siam or modern day Thailand as it is now known spreading his knowledge of the Dhamma to his lots of disciples and followers but finally died in Ayer Kala, Lenggong, Perak in Malaysia.
Luang Phu Thuad amulets have a large following outside of Thailand, particularly in Malaysia and Singapore with older spiritual amulets being considered priceless due to their power and are popular among people with harmful cutting edge jobs such as muaythai fighters, authorities, soldiers and more recently healthcare facility employees.
Luang Phu Thuad images are one of the most popular Thai amulets among enthusiasts and are believed to have actually saved many people from particular death due to the security they provide in many scenarios such as cars and truck mishaps, heists and even on the battlefield.
A giant statue of LP Thuad stands at Wat Huay Mongkol, 15 kilometres West of Hua Hin which is about 12 meters tall and 10 metres wide and is popular with Thais who take a trip to demand favours such as fortune, luck and defense.
Luang Phu Thuad is one of the most popular and revered monks to have actually ever lived, his image and amulets bearing his likeness are prevalent not just across Thailand however worldwide. Known as Luang Phu Thuad or Luang Phor Thuad he was born in 1582 and passed away at 100 years old which at that duration in time was very much unheard of due to a lack of modern medication and is a wonder within itself.