Mysterious Naga-like pattern seems on temple candle, reviving lifeless gecko

A mysterious event occurred at the Poo Srisuttho Shrine in Udon Thani Province when worshippers encountered unrecognisable markings on sacred candles and a seemingly lifeless gecko revived, inflicting awe and astonishment.
On June 10 at 11am, amid drizzling rain, devotees continued to go to and pay their respects to Poo Srisuttho at Wat Sri Daram in Nakhum Saeng District, Udon Thani Province. Believers joined hands to create a picture of Poo Srisuttho that emerged from a pond, Kham Sida, stretching 131 metres long. Villagers flocked to appreciate the wonder and pray for good fortune and success of their jobs.
Additionally, first-time visitors from Nong Khai Province were captivated by the magnificence of the image and went on to pray for blessings and fortune on the smaller Poo Srisuttho Shrine. However, Effortless struggled for practically 20 minutes to make out the numbers on the sacred candles. Instead of tangible numbers, they discovered patterns resembling the scales of the legendary serpent, Phaya Naga.
Only after a while, some faintly discerned the numbers seventy eight and 87, while the third quantity remained unclear, presumably being a 4 or 0.
Following the candle ceremony, in a strange twist of occasions, a dull gecko mendacity on its again suddenly revived, resulting in amazement among these gathered to pay their respects to Poo Srisuttho. This unexplained occurrence added much more intrigue to the shrine visit, leaving attendees in awe, reports Sanook.
A month in the past, an uncommon event occurred at a home in Tasi district, Pluak Daeng subdistrict, Rayong Province. In the incident, the proprietor of the home came upon that his house was became a snake pit by a large quantity of snakes.
Pon, the proprietor, first noticed a tail of a snake poking out of the air conditioner in the lounge. After rescuers arrived and searched the home, they discovered 13 snakes whereas six others escaped..

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