Thai amulet Lord Of The Ring Gold Plated with Written Mantra Phra Aj O Granting all wishes Powerful Holy Blessed
The Lord Of The Rings written red mantra by Phra Arjarn O, Phetchabun
The Lord Of The Rings was created following the ancient subject of Phra Konakom Buddha and Phra Kassapa Buddha. Who was selected to wear this ring is like as the lucky person who got wishing crystal hand of Phra Konakom Buddha Buddha and Jindamanee's heaven wind hand of Phra Kassapa Buddha. Therefore, The Lord Of The Rings is the completely functional holy ring which depend on the owner wants this ring to be.
Phra Ajarn O inherited this ancient subject from The village headman named “GumNun Tang” who was praised to be the eastern wizard. He was very well-known since the past until now as the legendary master because GumNun Tang achieved the secret subject to establish the ring which is superior than any rings, the name that people called that ring is “The Fantastic Ring”.
The mantra words that were composed on the ring is the great ancient mantra words which were spoken out from Brahma Tharda’s mouth at the beginning period of the world. Therefore, these mantra words are the first magic spell that was happened in this world. This is the reason why all mantra words on The Lord Of The Rings were praised to be the magic spell that is greater, bigger and superior than others magic spell like as the ancestor of all magic subject.
Therefore, The Lord Of The Ring has complete function in case of flourish, luck, wealth, money, charm and protection. The Lord Of The Rings is the holy ring which is powerful no less than KamNun Tang’s fantastic ring because the power of the primary mantra words on the ring will support the owner to own what they want easily like as the great emperor always got what he want. The owner of this ring can pray for any wishes because no matter the owner prays with this ring, The Lord Of The Rings can transform the power to support the owner’s wish.
Please inform your ring size before purchase , many sizes available. (54, 56, 58, 60, 62, 64)