Imagine being in a gripping battle with enormous financial debts, virtually counting your last pennies and seeking for a lifeline. This was the situation of a couple from Sa Wang Het, Thung Hiang, Phanat Nikhom, and Chon Buri. Now, imagine dribbling past the adversaries of debt and carving out a triumphant comeback, all thanks to conducting spiritual rituals in a cemetery. This thrilling narrative is none other than the true story of Toong and Oi, a tenacious couple whose life trajectory took a favourable turn due to their unique approach towards their situation.
In their pursuit of debt annihilation and renewed financial stability, the couple turned to enigmatic spiritual practices. One fine evening, under the twinkle of countless stars, the couple invoked the cemetery’s guardian deity and the spirits without an earthbound attachment. This ritual was symbolised by the flame on a joss stick that miraculously revealed the number 969, which was swiftly noted by lotto players, hoping for a brush with serendipity in the next draw.
Prior to their brush with high monetary adversity, the couple enjoyed marvellous dining experiences at Vinai Rattavitayakorn’s coveted Chinese banquet restaurant, Nay Pochana. So profound was their love for the taste, that they relished the thought of the spirits joining the gastronomic delight. Consequently, they hired Rattavitayakorn to provide the scintillating food selection for the grand feast in the cemetery. The feast was a magnificent serving of eight different soul-satisfying dishes that aimed at satisfying the spiritual inhabitants of the cemetery.
As the evening unfolded amidst the cinematic experience and the delicious Chinese banquet, the couple disclosed their previous vow. The vow was made while strolling through the solemn cemetery near Wat Nen Lang Tao. They made a heartfelt promise to the spirits, vowing that if they manage to overcome their financial hardships and find prosperity in their venture, they would return to commemorate their gratitude with a grand feast and cinematic enjoyment.
Interestingly, following this solemn vow, the couple’s business experienced a positive turn. The once daunting debts were fully paid off, leading to a rejuvenating wave of success. Following their success, the couple quickly got to work, organising the promised feast at the Wat Nen Lang Tao cemetery and a subsequent one the next day. This fascinating series of events bolstered their faith in the unseen and the continuum of life beyond the mortal realm.
The total organized grandeur cost over 100,000 baht, a fee that didn’t hinder the couple, whose business transformation showcased the power of faith and determination in overcoming adversities. To add spice, the couple kindled the joss sticks with inscribed numbers, hoping to confirm their belief of good fortune in the lottery draw on November 16. And so, with the revealing number 969, they are ready to test their fortune, in a story reported by KhaoSod.