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11 May 2015
Happy Birthday
Serge Marjollet (JET), the Spiritual Master

Her Royal Excellency

Dr. Mom Luang Rajadarasri Jayankura


And the team
AseanAffairs, AseanAffairs Business Council (AABC)
& India Business Bridge (I.B.B.)

Bangkok & India.


The First Anniversary of
the Secret Buddha Statues in Thailand.

On 25 February 2015, Wednesday,  at   3pm   in   Bangkok,   the first  anniversary  of  the   Secret  Buddha Statues will   be   celebrated in  Thailand at the residence of Her  Royal Excellency Mom  Luang  Rajadarasri Jayankura.  She will receive for this occasion many blessed people to celebrate this joyful moment and receive the surprise...
Last Year on 25th of February 2014, Serge  Marjollet also known as JET, the French spiritual master “opened” more than 10 statues in Thailand. Since then, many  people have received the  blessings of the  Buddha’s rays  and  some other countries have also had  the  chance to receive new  secret statues.
Guests  will  live  an  unique   experience   at  3pm  exactly, Bangkok local time.
Pictures and  reviews of this 1st celebration will be shared on our Facebook Page: Secret Buddhas

Her Royal Excellency Mom Luang Rajadarasri Jayankura (left) with Serge Marjollet (centre) at Wat Po Thailand on 25 Feb 2014    

The secret
 Thanks to an improbable and incredible encounter between Her Royal Excellency Mom Luang RAJADARASRI JAYANKURA and Serge Marjollet, the Secret was ready to be activated…
During a meeting with Her Royal Excellency in Paris, Serge said to her that if she and the revered monks of Thailand agree, 10 statues in Thailand will radiate Buddha’s virtues, graces, and plenitude on February 25th
Her Royal Excellency on her return to Thailand mentioned her meeting with Serge and his proposition to the revered monks of Thailand.
The monks were quite astonished to hear this and then they shared an incredible revelation with the Her Royal Excellency that February 25 is Buddha’s Secret date! The MONKS accepted Serge’s proposition and looked forward to the day to come. 
On February 25, 2014 at the given hour, they all gathered at the Wat Pô and waited for the Buddha statue to start radiating.
listen to this guide’s testimony.
From that moment on, 10 statues radiate for Thailand and for everyone who go to the Temple of Wat Po.
Today, 10 statues of Buddha radiate Buddha’s Energies in Thailand. Everyone can benefit from these powerful Divine Energies. 
It is the only place in the world where you can live this experience. 
If you want to benefit from these Graces, here are the addresses (link)

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