The text explains 3 Vijā, 6 Abhiññā and 4 Patisambhidā.
3 Vijjhā is the threefold knowledge of the Buddha including reminiscence of past lives, knowledge of the deaths and rebirths of beings, and knowledge of the destruction of mental intoxication.
6 Abhiññā is the 6 elements of divine knowledge including magical powers; divine ear; penetration of the minds of others; remembrance of former existences; divine eyes; and knowledge of all mental intoxicants.
4 Patisambhidā is the analytic insight including analytic insight of consequences, analytic insight of origins, analytic insight of philology, and analytic insight of ready wit.
Folio 15 on the recto – verso side: [The writing of this manuscript was finished] in BE 2526, CS 1345, a ka khai year (Kun – the Year of the Pig), on the fifteenth day of the waxing moon of the sixth [lunar] month, a Tuesday, corresponding to 26 April 1983. Pha Phui Thiracitto from Vat Pha Maha That Rajabovoravihan, Luang Prabang municipal, had the religious faith to sponsor the making of this manuscript entitled Paet Mün to support the Teachings of the Buddha and to be dedicated as the religious properties to Vat Pha Maha That Rajabovoravihan, Luang Prabang municipal. May I dedicate the benefits derived from this merit to all beneficiaries: parents, siblings, teachers, all beings creatures who are also in the cycle of rebirths and those who have already passed away to the other world. If you acknowledge by any of your ways, please say congratulation to achieve the advantages in your blissful stages of existence.
May the benefits derived from this merit lead me to the heaven realm, to achieve human and heavenly prosperities and to successfully attain Nibbāna in the future. Isitaṃ pattitaṃ mayahaṃ kibbameva samecantu niccaṃ dhuvaṃ.