Thavaraj Mahasombhat Gems
Yesterday I went to see Mr. Niyom Saengbanyang, 57, who has told me a story of Thevaraj Precious Stones. One day he had a dream in which he has been asked to go to a village at the foothill in the northeastern region of Thailand to discover sacred gems stones called Thavaraj Mahasombhat Gems in a cave. The next morning Mr. Niyom has rushed to the scene of his dream.
Unbelievably, he entered into the dark cave and saw a lot of sparkling things from the cave ceiling. As soon as he shed the light on the ceiling, he discovered that they were colorful transparent stones (in yellow, brown, pink, purple, green and black). He couldn’t believe what he had seen, so that he had to pinch his hand to check if he was still dreaming, but it was not a dream at all.
Before bringing those transparent stones back, he had worshiped sacred deities in the cave by lighting incense sticks. He was able to pick up each stone easily as if they were placed intentionally by someone. When those stones were looked through torch light, they gave multi-colors light as gems. After those incense sticks burnt out, he picked up those stones into his bag and got out of the cave safely.
After going back to Hua Hin, those stones were then cut by a jeweller to show their quality. It has appeared that they are transparent gems weighing more than iron and gems from other sources.
Mr. Niyom has thought about those stones for several nights and in the end he has decides to cut these stone at Huai Sai Nuae by a skilled jeweller. Moreover, he has revealed that he intends to build a place for worshiping Dhamma, but he has no budget to start the work. So he wants to sale these gems to raise money for his project. If you interested in these stones, please contact Khun Tuck Dechapanya, Tel. 081-8994316 and you will be put in touch with Mr Niyom Saengbanyang.
Reported by Khun Tuck Dechapanya
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