LP Duang Maha Sethee, abbot of Wat Nong Phai lit the victory candle, and invoked the spirit of Luang Phu Doo, of Wat Sakae, whose Whicha is the inspiration for these Brahma amulets, and with Luang Por Noppawan of the LP Doo Ayuttaya Lineage to make the spiritual connection to Luang Phu Doo.
The Brahma God has four faces representing the four Brahma Vihara, and is said to attract good luck and admirers, customers and lovers from all four directions, and to protect and heal by guarding the cardinal points. In the beginning, Brahma sprang from the cosmic golden egg and he then created good & evil and light & dark from his own person.
He also created the four types: gods, demons, ancestors, and men (the first being Manu). Brahma then made all living creatures upon the earth (although in some myths Brahma’s son Daksa is responsible for this). In the process of creating, perhaps in a moment of distraction, the demons were born from Brahma’s thigh and so he abandoned his own body which then became Night.
After Brahma created good gods he abandoned his body once again, which then became Day, hence demons gain the ascendancy at night and gods, the forces of goodness, rule the day. Brahma then created ancestors and men, each time again abandoning his body so that they became Dusk and Dawn respectively. This process of creation repeats itself in every aeon. Brahma then appointed Shiva to rule over humanity although in later myths Brahma becomes a servant of Shiva. (source; Mark Cartwright; Ancient History Encyclopedia).