Presenting a video slideshow of rare and sacred Thai Buddhist Amulets of great repute, but lesser known of by foreigners, which hopes to both expand your knowledge of Thai Buddhist Amulets and their Makers, as well as hopefully help nmany of you who may possess one of the amulets presented,  not knowing what it is, or where it came from, and be able to finally find out what your amulet is. Please enjoy the many Sacred Buddhist Amulets presented in this educative ‘Amulet School‘ video, with Narrative from Ajarn Spencer Littlewood.

Knowing Thai Buddhist Amulets Part 7

The amulets featured in this video are upcoming items to be found on Ancient Amulet and Thailand Amulet stores

Buddhist Amulet are happy to announce the arrival of some early era amulets of extreme rarity and high power from the Great Kroo Ba Ben Udtamo of Wat Tanode, in Nakorn Rachasima. Amongst the batch we have diligently sought out for your appraisal are;

Kumarn Tong Song Krueang amulets in various models and in different sizes;

1. Nuea Daeng Ongk Kroo Pised Fang Chin Aathanaint See Red Maha Sanaeh Prai Powders and earths, with Nin Stone, and a Chin Aathan Mortal Remains (Ghost Bone) insert hidden within.

2. Nuea Dam Ongk Kroo Pim Yai Fang Mukh Sord Takrut Ngern Koo – Black Powders Jumbo size with 3 sea pearls and two silver Takrut scroll spells, and ghost bone hidden within the interior.

3. Nuea Khaw Ongk Kroo Pim Yai Fang Mukh Sord Takrut Ngern Koo – White Powders Jumbo size with 3 sea pearls and two silver Takrut scroll spells, and ghost bone hidden within the interior.

4. Nuea Nam Dtan Ongk Kroo Pim Yai Fang Mukh Sord Takrut Ngern Koo – White Powders Jumbo size with 3 sea pearls and two silver Takrut scroll spells, and ghost bone hidden within the interior.

 

This Kumarn Tong amulet has received much fame from stories of devotees who tell that the dogs bark at night when this amulet is in the household. This is because they can see the spirit of the Kumarn Tong.

This extremely rare early era series was blessed in a very sacred necromantic Ritual during the Kern Maa Horn ‘Night of the Howling Dogs’, between 20:00 and 0:300 Hours in the year 2548 BE. The Ritual was begun during the fearful hour of the howling dogs where the cemetery is full of ghosts, and on the night of the ritual, a total of 109 Monks were invited down to the ceremony in the cemetery, but by the time the procession had reached the ritual ground, only 15 monks were remaining, as the rest were to afraid to enter the haunted cemetery.

The front face of the amulet features the Kumarn Tong Song Krueang, in princely regalia, holding a sack of gold. The Kumarn has an aura, indicating that the Kumarn spirit invoked is that of a ‘Kumarn taep’ child spirit of the Deva Realms. Sacred Incantations in Taewanakrii script is embossed either side of the Kumarn. Each amulet is individually hand painted and empowered.

The Kumarn were hand painted with coloured robes and aura. The Muan Sarn Sacred Powders contain Din Bpoeng clay from a Sacred Saltlick, Sanaeh herbal Pollens, Kumarn Bone powders, and Sacred Necromantic Earths, and Ashes, mixed with See Pheung Gern Ber Neung Waxy Potion, and some Powerful Nam Man Prai Phii Dtaay Hoeng Necromantic Oil. Some models were also left unpainted for purists.

The rear face are hand made Sanscrit Spell Inscriptions from Kroo Ba Beng, and a piece of ‘Chin Aathan’ mortal remains of the Hoeng Prai Kumarn were inserted (hidden within the amulet), with various magical items inserted into the clay of the rear face (depending on model).

Below; some of the various models of Kumarn Tong and one of the Nok Salika Dong amulets from the 2548 BE Edition

The Kumarn were Empowered according to the Dtamra of the Lineage of Kroo Ba Ajarn of Kroo Ba Beng and Lersi Bangbod, by Performing Incantations of Empowerment with the The full formula of Invocations for the Kata Akarn Sam Sip Sorng, 32 Elements of Living Beings Incantation, which were performed for reanimation of the spirit within the effigy.

This is an essential part of Necromantic Empowerment with all Humanoid and Animal form amulets which are imbued with a resident spirit. The Invocation Summoning, Awakening and Turning of the Four Elements was performed to Reanimate Living Magic within the Static Form of the Kumarn according to the Ancient

Other Amulets from Kroo Ba Beng’s Early Editions Coming to Store are;

Nok Sariga Dong Maha Niyom Himapant Celestial Magpie Mercy Charm amulets , from various years;

Nok Sariga Pim Lek Nuea Pong Prai Kumarn Dam Paint See Fang Ploi – Black Kumarn Powders with Hand Painted magpies and 17 Ploi Sek Maha Pokasap Gems (4 in front face, 13 in rear face).

The Taep Sariga Koo Ongk Kroo is made and blessed in 2551 BE, with only 54 Amulets made in this extreme limited series. The amulets were made in Black Prai Maha Sanaeh Powders with Kumarn Tong Bone Powders and Necromantic Earths and Ashes, Lek Lai Powders, mixed with Kroo Ba Beng’s famous See Pheung Gern Neung Waxy Potion and Powerful Necromantic Prai Oils. The amulet has 1 Takrut Maha Sanaeh Maha Lap, and 17 Ploi Sek Maha Pokasap Enchanted Wealth Attracting Gemstones inserted.

Taep Sariga Maha Niyom Temple Bell Edition 2546 BE

Special Ongk Kroo Master-Piece version Early-Era amulets of the 2546 BE edition from Kroo Ba Beng, Ongk Kroo Pim B having 2 solid silver Takrut spells, a piece of turqoise, and 2 Ploi Sek Enchanted Gems, and Ongk Kroo Pim A having 2 Solid Gold Takrut spells, an Amethyst and 2 Ploi Sek Enchanted Gems embedded.

Kroo Ba Beng’s amulets are a niche of their own, with his early era amulets being equally regarded as those of his magical companion and ex accomplice Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano. Both of these Masters are known for their hand painted sacred amulets using the Wicha Teerayan which both Kroo Ba Krissana and Kroo Ba Beng inherited from the Lao Ruesi Bangbod.

Below; The Lersi Bangbod of Laos, the Kroo Ba Ajarn of Kroo Ba Beng and Kroo Ba Krissana

It was the Lersi Bangbod who gave the Wicha of the Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet, the Wicha Sariga Dong, the Wicha Teerayan, and many other strange techniques of magical empowerment to these two Masters. Kroo Ba Beng’s amulets have always held a cult status with the devotees of this Master in Thailand, and also in Singapore.

But in recent years he has begun to take on a much. larger international interest, and has slowly become as internationally known as his accomplice and lifetime friend, Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano of Wat Weluwan. Both Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano, and Kroo Ba Beng, were apprenticed to that great forest Master Sorceror from whom they learned the Wicha Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King, and the Wicha Sariga Dong.

Sariga Koo Maha Niyom Green Wings Red Tail Kroo Ba Beng

Kroo Ba Beng is known for his powerful Wicha Sariga Dong Celestial Himapant Forest Magpie, so effective for sweet talking and convincing others with ‘Jerajaa’ speech enchantments, and for Metta Mahaniyom Mercy Charm, to use for Business Improvement. He has imbued these Kumarn Tong with precisely this same kind of Kaa Khaay Jerajaa Magic to induce Mercy and Great Preference (Bias) in your favour.

Kroo Ba Beng Performing Blessings on amulets

This is especially useful magic for market traders or those who have to compete in an arena of competitors, where each is vying to attract te interests of the customers. Jerajaa Kaa Khaay Magic assists greatly in drawing the interest and focus of the customer or lover towards you, and lock them into your line of focus. Kroo Ba Beng has now become so appreciated and revered, for his ability to empower the Amulets with Great Metta Mahaniyom, and Maha Sanaeh, along with Maha Lap and Maha Pokasap power.

Their incredibly attractive appearance, hand painted design, and high-quality content of sacred powders semi precious and precious gemstones, and other powerful substances, is what has made the amulets of Kroo Ba Beng, and his companion Kroo Ba Krissana, the two Master Wicha holders and most popular makers of Mercy Charm Wealth increasing amulets of high esteem. Kroo ba Beng also dominates the Wicha Pra Khun Phaen, Sariga, and many Necromantic Wicha, such as the Kumarn Tong, In Koo, and the Nang Jing Jork Gao Hang Nine Tailed Fox Prai Deva.



Luang Phu Khaw Haeng Badtiharn Yim Rap Sap Edition Poster

With these immensely Beautiful and Magical Masterclass amulets we are delighted to present one of the most highly awaited editions of the last years, from Luang Phu Khaw Haeng, the ‘Run Badtiharn Yim Rap Sap’ Masterpiece Series. The edition received two powerful blessing ceremonies on the 18th September 2559 BE, and the 10th of December 2559 BE for the 122nd Year of life of Luang Phu Khaw Heang, and to Bucha to the Lineage Master, Luang Phu Suang, Tewada Len Din.

Arahant Eye in Pyramid Amulet

Arahant Eye in Pyramid Amulet Luang Phu Khaw Haeng

The proceeds from this edition will fund the reparations of the Uposatha Shrineroom at Wat Dtaban Satatam, and also to repair the Shrineroom and build a Sala Bprian study hall at the temple of Wat Phud Niam in Sri Saket, and the remaining proceeds will fund the building of a 9 meter high statue of Pra Sangkajjai Arahant, and Bathrooms at the small new forest temple of Samnak Songk Ban Jabok, in Surin

Luang Phu Khaw Haeng, of Wat Dtaban Satatam in Surin Thailand, was the ‘Sit Ek’ (top first lineage apprentice), of the Legendary ‘500 Year Old Monk’ Luang Phu Suang, ‘Tewada Len Din’. He has spent many years undiscovered, because he never boasted about being the lineage continuance of the great Arya Sangha Ong Suang (Luang Phu Suang). But it so happened that it slipped out in conversation as he told a story of Tudong forest wandering.

Luang Phu Khaw Haeng

As soon as it became apparent that this 122 year old monk was talking about the legenderay Immortal LP Suang, the word spread like wildfire far and wide. What also is notable about Luang Phu Khaw Haeng, is that his eccentric ways and character, are very similar to those of his Kroo Ba Ajarn Luang Phu Suang. He is known to remain without any material possessions at all, and to reject them, and to lie in the simplest and most sparse dwellings. He takes any things or money people give to him and gives it to those in need. If he cannot get rid of the money or possessions by giving them away, he throws them away. When he donates and makes merits with the money given to his temple, he always chants prayers, and speaks to the Celestial Devas, to tell them to send Blessings and Merits to those who donated the funds to him.

Pra Somdej Chana Marn Luang Phu Khaw Haeng Nuea Gammagarn 3 Takrut Bad Tong

Pra Somdej Chana Marn Luang Phu Khaw Haeng Nuea Gammagarn 3 Takrut Bad Tong

This series featured an ample selection of amulets empowered through the livingt lineage master of Luang Phu Suangs mysterious Magic. The series included the following models;

1. Roop Lor Luang Phu Khaw Haeng Bucha Statues made in the following versions;

2. Five Inch wide base statue in Nuea Loha Nam Reuks (alchemical smelt), with 22 statues made,

2. Five Inch wide base statue in Nuea Rom Dam (blackened iron), with 122 made. Nuea Rom Man Pu (oily reddish copper), with 122 made.

Some Roop Hmuean Luang Phu Khaw Haeng Loi Ongk Statuettes made in the following versions;

1. Nuea Tong Kam Solid Gold (47 made), Silver (122 made), Nuea Rae Pised mineral alchemical metal (222 made)

2. Nava Loha 9 sacred Metals (622 made)

3. Nuea Samrit Bronze (1,122 made)

4. Nuea Tong Tip (1,122 made)

Six kinds of Duang Ta Arahant Enlightened Eye in Pyramid amulet (Arahant’s Eye), were made in the following versions;

1. Pim Nam Reuks Pid Tong Tae Takrut Ha Dork (Masterclass Powder Concentrate with 24K gold leaf, 3 Takrut in base and 2 Takrut in rear face – 122 made.

2. Pim Nam Reuks Hnaa Gaag Ngern Dtem Takrut Ha Dork – (Masterclass Powder Concentrate with Solid Silver plate front face, three Takrut in base and two Takrut in rear face – 122 made.

3. Pim Nam Reuks Hnaa Gaag Tong Tip Takrut Sam Dork – (Masterclass Powder Concentrate with Solid Brass plate front face, and 3 Takrut – 622 made.

4. Pim Gammagarn Paint See Fang Takrut sam Dork – Onkg Kroo Masterpiece model with coloured hand painted front face and three Takrut – 622 made.

5. Pim Gammagarn Bad Tong Fang Takrut Sam Dork – Ongk Kroo Masterpiece model with gold spray and 3 Takrut – 1,122 made.

6 . Pim Tammada Takrut Koo – Standard Ongk Kroo model in Rich Herbal Powders with two Takrut – 2,999 made.

Duang Ta Arahant Luang Phu Khaw Haeng

Five kinds of Jumbo size Pra Somdej Chana Marn Demon Conqueror amulets were made in the following versions;

1. Pim Nam Reuks Pid Tong Tae Takrut Ha Dork (Masterclass Powder Concentrate with 24K gold leaf, 3 Takrut in base and 2 Takrut in rear face – 122 made.

2. Pim Nam Reuks Hnaa Gaag Ngern Dtem Takrut Ha Dork – (Masterclass Powder Concentrate with Solid Silver plate front face, three Takrut in base and two Takrut in rear face – 122 made.

3. Pim Nam Reuks Hnaa Gaag Tong Tip Takrut Sam Dork – (Masterclass Powder Concentrate with Solid Brass plate front face, and 3 Takrut – 622 made.

4. Pim Gammagarn Bad Tong Fang Takrut sam Dork – Ongk Kroo Masterpiece model with gold spray and 3 Takrut – 1,122 made.

5 . Pim Tammada Takrut Koo – Standard Ongk Kroo model in Rich Herbal Powders with two Takrut – 2,999 made.

Six kinds of Pra Khun Phaen Nak Giaw (Buddha with Nagas) amulets, were made in the following versions;

1. Pim Nam Reuks Pid Tong Tae Takrut Ha Dork (Masterclass Powder Concentrate with 24K gold leaf, 3 Takrut in base and 2 Takrut in rear face – 122 made.

2. Pim Nam Reuks Hnaa Gaag Ngern Dtem Takrut Ha Dork – (Masterclass Powder Concentrate with Solid Silver plate front face, three Takrut in base and two Takrut in rear face – 122 made.

3. Pim Nam Reuks Hnaa Gaag Tong Tip Takrut Sam Dork – (Masterclass Powder Concentrate with Solid Brass plate front face, and 3 Takrut – 622 made.

4. Pim Gammagarn Paint See Fang Takrut sam Dork – Onkg Kroo Masterpiece model with coloured hand painted front face and three Takrut – 622 made.

5. Pim Gammagarn Bad Tong Fang Takrut Sam Dork – Ongk Kroo Masterpiece model with gold spray and 3 Takrut – 1,122 made.

6 . Pim Tammada Takrut Koo – Standard Ongk Kroo model in Rich Herbal Powders with two Takrut – 2,999 made.

222 Sets of ‘Chut Khong Khwan Jaek Gammagarn’ – Special sponsor gift sets for pre-order sponsors and special personages. each set consisted of ;

1. Two Pra Somdej Chana Marn Hnaa Gaag Samrit Choke Takrut Sam Dork – Jumbo size Buddha Amulet with Sacred Bronze plate front face image affixed to Nam Reuks Masterclass Powder Concentrate Votive Tablet, with 3 Takrut.

2. Two Pim Nam Reuks Hnaa Gaag Ngern Dtem Takrut Ha Dork – (Masterclass Powder Concentrate with Solid Silver plate front face, three Takrut in base and two Takrut in rear face.

3. Two Duang Ta Arahant Song Sap Hnaa Gaag Samrit Choke Takrut Sam Dork – Enlightened Eye in Pyramid Amulet with Sacred Bronze plate front face image and 3 Takrut.

4. Twenty Pra Khun Phaen Sariga Takrut Hneung Dork – small Pra Khun Phaen with single Takrut in rear face in Prai Maha Sanaeh powders.

An amazingly extensive series of Kumarn Tong Om Sap Duang Sethee(Necromantic embryo suckling treasures) were released as Statues, and Loi Ongk Statuettes in cast sacred metals, with various arrangements of sacred items in the bases, and also in Nuea Din (sacred clays). The following models were included in this edition;

Nuea Loha (Metals)

1. Kumarn Tong 4 Inch wide base Bucha Statue Gammagarn Nam Reuks Initiattion Casting ceremony Masterclass Limited series top of range statue – 47 statues made

2. Kumarn Tong Om Sap Duang Sethee Mang Mee Sri Sukh – 4 Inches wide base – 622 statues made

3. Kumarn Tong Om Sap Duang Sethee Mang Mee Sri Sukh – 2 Inches wide base – 622 statues made

3. Kumarn Tong Om Sap Duang Sethee Mang Mee Sri Sukh – 1 Inch wide base – 622 statues made

3. Portable size Loi Ongk Statuette Kumarn Tong Om Sap Duang Sethee Mang Mee Sri Sukh – 3,122 statuettes made

Nuea Din (Sacred Earthen Clays)

1. Kumarn Tong Om Sap Duang Sethee clay statue – 3 Inches wide base – 1,122 statues made

2. Kumarn Tong Om Sap Duang Sethee clay statue – 2 Inches wide base – 1,122 statues made

3. Kumarn Tong Om Sap Duang Sethee clay statue – 1 Inch wide base – 1,122 statues made

4. Kumarn Tong Om Sap Duang Sethee Pid Tong Boran portable clay Loi Ongk Statuette with olden days style gold paste coating 3,122 statues made

5. Kumarn Tong Om Sap Duang Sethee Pid Tong Boran portable clay Loi Ongk Statuette – 2,999 made.


 
 

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Guru Monk Pha Yant, made from thick linoleum type material with a photograph of Luang Por Simplii of Wat Tham Wua Daeng, and hand inscriptions from Luang Por around the borders, Blesssed by the hand of Luang Por Simplii himself with Metta, and empowered in Putta Pisek (Buddha Abhiseka) Ceremony at Wat Tham Wua Daeng.

The Image is about DIN A4 size and can be framed and hung on the wall in your shop, home or place of worship/ altar room.

Despite his old age, he moves and talks like a 50 year old and seems to be without any wear and tear since over 40 years. Luang Phu is a true Kammathana Forest tradition Master of Vipassana, who was ordained by the Great Luang Phu Man Puritadto (LP Mun) himself, and was instructed and trained in Magical Wicha by the Legendary Luang Phu Taep Loke Udorn. Few Masters can reflect such an amazing trajectory these days, and few can display such easily visible miraculous traits of meritorious practice. One of the last remaining direct Looksit of Luang Phu Man, and one of the last remaining Masters of the previous Generation of Guru Monks to remain with us.

Through our Investigations, we have found, a simple monk who with himself and his entourage of magical guru masters who befriended and practice together in the forest and mountains monasteries, Is a monk who is not advertising himself or his powers, but is making some powerful amulets that are not even getting heard of by the general public. much less by those who need them most, in other countries which are not Buddhist, and where places to practise are scarce.

Luang Por Simplii

Each Yant is numbered by hand (bottom right corner), and has purple ink stamp of the temple.

Buddhists and believers in Magick in those countries, are those who need and  seek such items. Unfortunately these amulets and this particular lineage/school of magicians, & The magic amulets of the Adept Sorceror Monks of Wat Tham Wua Daeng, led by Luang Por Simplii , Would never reach foreign shores, unless we had thought of this & made some efforts to obtain these Amulets. All amulets are said to be guaranteed by the temple to be effective, which is a claim that few temples and Masters make officially.

This is because of the simplicity, and the non-commercial mind of the monk from whom they come.

Between himself and what has now come to be known with the few who know about this story,  as tha ‘Samnak Wat Tham Wua Daeng’, It seems to be one of the most recommendable,  and truly magical sources of powerful amulets in this day and age and what We are Happy to have found this Master, and be able to obtain amulets from him. We have little doubt in our mind about the idea of distributing these amulets, for Our proprietor, Ajarn Spencer, has tested various of them for Himself, and found them all to be very effective

The Sacred cave Temple of Tham Wua Daeng (cave of the Red Cow), is known as a pure place of dedicated practice where true Dhamma and Practice methods are applied, and where serious practitioners go for developing their practice. The Holy Cave has been the scene of people witnessing apparitions of the great Arahant ‘Luang Phu Taep Loke Udorn’

It is told that in the year 2539 BE, a large number of Bhikkhus who were practicing in the cave disappeared without a trace. One monk who did not disappear, said that the cave appeared to have a watery curtain in front of the entrance, and lead somewhere else. Ruesi Hermits are said to have visited the cave to practice, and met a vision of a mysterious monk who gave them a Kata Incantation. When they chanted it, the mouth of the cave would appear in front of them from nowhere. The cave can appear in different locations.

It is a very long climb to the cave which is hidden in the deep forest on the mountain, and the cave is very deep and full of mysterious things. Sometimes Laypeople are allowed to go up with the Monks to practice and make Bucha.

We know that people in Other countries need help to boost their faith and protect them in the daily ordeals of living in a country without the Buddhist temples, and the Buddhist Master Kroo Ba Ajarn to assist Whenever one needs help to live in Thailand means to be able to find a guru and the teacher within half an hour, & be able to receive teachings and advice and instant inspiration era temples and shrines and every corner, reminding how one should practice .

But to live in the West Or countries without Buddhism, is very difficult to keep all things in mind. Many people who come to Thailand to practice and then returned back to their country feel depressed, as they feel their minds slipping out of the habits, from the daily reverence, & daily practice, which, when living in Thailand. is obvious, and comes to mind throughout the day because one is surrounded by Buddhism.

Pha Yant Luang Por Simplii Guru Master of Samnak Wat Tham Wua Daeng 2556 BE
$44.99 U.S.

Buddhism is in your face wherever you go throughout the day and night in Thailand this is a great help so we feel that these powerful amulets will assist those in far shores, to be able to maintain that practice. Maintaining the practice well is the best way of protecting oneself even above Amulets.

So sometimes, when not blessed with a Buddhist Environment around you,  sometimes an amulet can help to give us enough space for one to come down I’m to find the way and have time to think straight, and be protected enough to maintain their practice and to prosper, without any serious Hindrances.

We are now in the process of adding the following (and more!) of Luang Phu Simplii’s amulets for 2556 BE to the store;

Pra Rahu Galai Ngern in Gold Micron Waterproof Casing - Wat Bang Khan

This Pra Rahu amulet of Wat Bang Khan is made from a silver-leaden alloy known as ‘galai ngern’, and is encased in a beautiful gold micron waterproof casing. The Pra Rahu amulets were released in the Serm Baramee Twee Choke Lap edition of Wat Bang Khan in 2556 BE. The edition included various Luang Phu Tuad amulets: two models of extremely high in pong Puttakun powder, a Pim Glad Mai Kheed in oblong shape, and a Pim Tao Reed Yai in clothes iron shape. Apart from the Pra Rahu and Luang Phu Tuad amulets, there were also issued some special Takrut Look Pern, which were made according to the dtamra of Pra Ajarn Nong of Wat Sai Khaw. The amulets from the Serm Baramee Twee Choke Lap edition received two complete Buddha Abhiseka empowerment sessions; one at Wat Bang Khan, and another one at Wat Palanupap.

Pra Rahu Galai Ngern Wat Bang Khan

Thus, the Pra Rahu Galai Ngern amulet is blessed with strong powers of protection. Pra Rahu is the Lord of the Asuras, and as such he is a most powerful deity which offers his worshippers blessings of protection. With Pra Rahu’s help and support on one’s side, things can never go wrong. The person who, by means of performing proper bucha, proves his loyalty towards Pra Rahu, will be protected against black magic and dark sorcery. One will remain untouched by the asura demons and evil spirits, for they have to abide by the rules imposed by their Lord, which is none other than the mighty Pra Rahu.

Pra Rahu Galai Ngern in gold micron waterproof casing

Hence, Pra Rahu has no remorse for tricks and treachery of backstabbers. Dishonest people will be dealt with quickly. And so, Pra Rahu can help to remove obstacles of bad luck, thereby significantly improving one’s fate. Likewise, any inauspicious astrological alignments will be immediately transformed into a positive outcome, which often results in good luck and good fortune.

Rear face of Pra Rahu Galai Ngern

A classic Thai Buddhist amulet featuring Pra Rahu, the Ruler of the Asura Realm. The image of Pra Rahu is cast from an olden style silver-leaden alloy, which is considered a sacred metal mixture indeed. The sacred metal alloy is shaped into amulets that represent Pra Rahu swallowing the sun and moon. It is believed, that Rahu thereby causes the occasional eclipses. It is an act of revenge on Aditya (god of the sun) and Chandra (goddess of the moon) who betrayed Rahu when he took a sip of the elixir of immortality. Vishnu then decapitaded Rahu, leaving only his upperbody to become immortal.

Pra Rahu Galai Ngern from Wat Bang Khan

Kata Bucha Pra Rahu

Twelve repetitons of the following kata are to be chanted:

Idtipiso Pakawaa Pra Rahuu Sataewaa Samaa Winyaana Idtipiso Pakawaa Putta Sangmi.

Close up of Pra Rahu Galai Ngern

Kata Surya Buppaa (to be chanted in the daylight)

Gusaedto Ma Ma Gusaedto-dto Laalaa Ma Ma Dtolaamo Tolaamo Ma Ma Tolaamo Ma Ma Tolaamodtang Haegudti Ma Ma Haegudti.

Pra Rahu Galai Ngern olden style silver-leaden alloy

Kata Jantrabupbhaa (to be chanted in the night time)

Yadt-thadtang Ma Ma Dtangthaya Dtawadtang Mamadtang Wadtidtang Saegaa Ma Ma Gaasaegang Gaadtiyang Ma Ma.Gaadtiyang Ma Ma Yadtigaa.

How to worship Pra Rahu

Pra Rahu Galai Ngern with original temple box

The amulet comes with the original box from the temple.

Wat Bang Khan edition flyer

View all amulets in this edition here: Serm Baramee Twee Choke Lap

Luang Por Suang has created this edition of special coin amulets in sacred solid silver with a luxurious glaze of 'Ya Rachawadee' enamels.

Luang Por Suang’s cockerel amulets have become not only legendary and a tradition of his amulet making wicha, it is also traditional and meritorious of Luang Por Suang, that he uses his editions of amulets to help other temples in need. In the case of this third edition, which is a fundraiser to raise funds for the building of a Sala Brian (a building for study) at Wat Tham Prohm Sawad. The building is for Buddhist monks to study the Dhamma, and the suttas of the Buddhist canon.

solid silver Gai Fai fa heavenly cockerel coin amulet by LP Suang

The making of amulets in the image of a cockerel is rare in Thai Buddha magic, but has been seen by some of Thailand’s great masters of the past to have been for those few a preferred form of sorcery. Indeed, the cockerel represents the first of the five self enlightened Buddhas of this universe’s lifespan (‘Pra Kakusanto’ or ‘Kakusanta Buddha’).

solid silver Gai Fai fa heavenly cockerel coin amulet by LP Suang

One famous master, whose amulet of a Buddha sitting on top of a cockerel, was of course the great Luang Por Parn of Wat Bang Nom Kho in Ayuttaya, and his looksit ‘Luang Por Ruesi Ling Dam’.

solid silver Gai Fai fa heavenly cockerel coin amulet by LP Suang

Luang Por Suang has created this edition of special coin amulets in sacred solid silver with a luxurious glaze of ‘Ya Rachawadee’ enamels to decorate the surface of the solid silver coins with color and a lustre of luminosity, which only the authentic Ya Rachawadee can bring to the surface of sacred metal coin amulets.

rear face of solid silver cockerel coin amulet LP Suang

The rear face of the amulets have sacred yantra and Khom Agkhara spell inscriptions embossed, and the name of Luang Por Suang Worasutto and his temple, Wat Tham Prohm Sawad.

edition poster

The amulets were made in ‘pim yai’ (large size) and ‘pim lek’ (small size), in two different colored enamels, namely blue and green. The coins were made in solid silver, as well as in alpaca and sacred brass with an enamelled image. The alpaca and brass versions had no back surface enamels behind the cockerel though, which is only applied to the ongk kroo models. They were also released in plain sacred metals without enamels. It is notable for students of the collectorship scene, that only the ongk kroo models of this edition have taken on fanaticism and become highly praised collector coins, whereas the other models are still relatively easy to find in circulation.

Comes in original felt box from the Temple. Can be encased if wished to be worn.

We believe, however, that sacred is sacred, and that collectorship and speculation of collector class amulets is not related to sacred value or miracle power. An ongk kroo or a standard versions would in principle, like metallic coins without sacred herbs or magical ingredients, have the same power. This rule, of course, does not apply to sacred powder amulets, oils, or necromancy, where the ingredients used are sometimes different with different price models and also have different levels of power. But in the case of sacred Buddhist coin amulets, most of the miracle power comes from faith and the purity of the monk who blesses them, more than in the metal used to make them.

comes with original felt box

The amulet comes in original felt box from the temple. But can also be encased, if wished to be worn.

comes with original felt box

Still, the ongk kroo models are apart from sacred, also a long term worthwile investment, which will increase in both sacred, monetary and collector scene value, as well as providing the essential blessings and magical aid to the devotee.

crian ga fa pim yai ongk kroo

Maha lap, maha pokasap, metta mahaniyom, kaa khaay; this amulet possesses all of the aforesaid blessings, for wealth increase, happy social and professional environments, great treasures, gifts and successful profession. It is also great mercy charm for business and social seduction.

As in the past Luang Por Parn and LP Ruesi Ling Dam were the masters of celestial cockerel (‘Gai Fa’) amulets, in the present era it is Luang Por Suang who is second to none in this wicha. Luang Por Suang has inherited the wicha from some of history’s great masters, such as Luang Por Khom of Wat Phai Rong Wua, Luang Por Khaeg of Wat Huay Khao (Supann Buri Masters), and learned mastery of Kammathana (mastery of Kammathana is almost a prerequisite to psychic power) with some of the masters of the time, like Luang Phu Khaw Analayo, Luang Phu Kam Dee, Luang Por Der, Luang Phu Taes Taep Rangsri, Luang Phu Chorp, and the great Luang Phu Fan Ajaro.

Buddha Abhiseka

Buddha Abhiseka

Puttapisek, or ‘Buddha Abhiseka’ empowerment and blessings ceremony was performed at Wat Tham Prohm Sawad in Lopburi on the 14th of February 2556 BE at 13.09 PM.

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View this amulet in our store here: Rian Gai Fa Pim Yai Ongk Kroo – Solid Silver with Green Rachawadee Enamels – Luang Por Suang 80th Anniversary Edition

Rian Gai Fa Pim Yai Ongk Kroo – Solid Silver with Blue Rachawadee Enamels – Luang Por Suang 80th Anniversary Edition

Special Edition of Sacred Herbal Pra Somdej & Nang Paya Amulets containing Pratat Buddha Relics, Lek Lai Fragments, and Ancient Chedi Powders - Blessed by Kroo Ba Beng of Wat Tanode Luang

Special edition of sacred herbal Pra Somdej and Pra Nang Paya amulets containing pratat Buddha relics, lek lai fragments, and ancient chedi powders. The edition is made and blessed by Kroo Ba Beng of Wat Tanode Luang.

Pra Somdej Pong Wan 108 Rae Lek Lai - 108 Sacred Herbs, Lek Lai + Buddha Relics - Samnak Songk Phu Taep Thawara Nimit

The special Pra Somdej amulets have ‘pratat’ (Buddha relics), and lek lai fragments in the 108 sacred herbal powder muan sarn. The presence of Buddha relics and lek lai fragments lend a vast array of sacred powers to this amulet that would need extensive listing to explain the vast aray of blessings and magical effects present within the sacred muan sarn.

Pra Somdej with Buddha relics and Lek Lai

The series included Pra Somdej amulets in three differing substances, all of which have differing but equally sacred value in their sacred ingredients.

  • 1. Somdej Nuea Hlang Chedi Pasom Rae Lek Lai (made from powders of an ancient chedi stupa, and lek lai fragments with herbal powders);
  • 2. Somdej Wan 108 Pasom Pratat + Rae Lek Lai (made from 108 herbal powders with pieces of Buddha relics and lek lai fragments);
  • 3. Somdej Paya Ngiw Dam Glai Pen Hin Lan Pi (hand carved from millions of years old petrified holy wood and mastodon tusk).

The image of the Chedi Stupa is embossed in 3D relief on the rear face

The black bark Ngiw Dam tree is a holy tree that is considered 100,000 times more powerful than the white bark version, for the fact that only one in a hundred thousand trees are black, the rest being white.

Close up from base of the Pra Somdej's sacred muan sarn ingredients

The edition was made to fund the construction of a chedi stupa to insert Buddha relics into, as part of the celebrations for His Majesty the King’s 85th birthday. The temple making this edition is the Samnak Songk (‘forest sangha station’) Phu Taep Thawara Nimit in Kara Buri, Nakorn Rachasima.

Pra Nang Paya hand carved petrified holy wood amulets

In addition to the Pra Somdej, some Pra Nang Paya Buddha images were also made for release. This was done to cater for ladies and children as well as to add this model to the National archive of Pra Nang Paya sacred amulets.

  • Pra Nang Paya Nuea Wan 108 Pasom Pratat + Rae Lek Lai (made from 108 herbal powders with pieces of Buddha relics and lek lai fragments).

The temple stamp is officially embossed on the rear face, with the four syllable heart Mantra of Pra Sivali (Pra Chimplee), for inducing great Wealthy Pokasap and Metta Mahaniyom blessings.

The rear face of both the Pra Somdej and the Pra Nang Paya amulet have the official temple stamp embossed on it. Also on the rear face, there is the root mantra of the Buddhist arahant Pra Sivali, which induces great blessings of wealth and mercy.

Rear face of Pra Somdej Pong Wan 108 Rae Lek Lai

The amulets come with the original box from the temple. But, of course, encasement options are available, too. You can get 10% off if you take solid gold custom casing with one of these items. 

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View the amulets of this special edition of sacred herbal Pra Somdej and Pra Nang Paya amulets here: 

Pra Somdej Pong Wan 108 Rae Lek Lai – 108 Sacred Herbs, Lek Lai + Buddha Relics – Samnak Songk Phu Taep Thawara Nimit

Pra Nang Paya Pong Wan 108 Rae Lek Lai – 108 Sacred Herbs, Lek Lai + Buddha Relics – Samnak Songk Phu Taep Thawara Nimit

Pra Somdej Nuea Hlang Chedi Pasom Rae Lek Lai – Ancient Chedi Stupa powders, and Lek Lai Fragments


 

Special Edition Petrified Wood Pra Somdej Amulets Blessed by Kroo Ba Beng of Wat Tanode Luang.

Special edition of petrified wood Pra Somdej amulets blessed by Kroo Ba Beng of Wat Tanode Luang.

These utterly amazing Pra Somdej and Pra Nang Paya series of sacred Buddhist amulets were hand carved from a millions of years old petrified holy ‘Paya Ngiw Dam’ tree. The black bark Ngiw Dam tree is a holy tree that is considered 100,000 times more powerful than the white bark version, for the fact that only one in a hundred thousand trees are black, the rest being white.

The edition was made to fund the construction of a chedi stupa to insert Buddha relics into, as part of the celebrations for His Majesty the King’s 85th birthday. The temple making this edition is the samnak songk (forest sangha station) Phu Taep Thawara Nimit in Kara Buri, Nakorn Rachasima.

Pra Somdej hand carved petrified holy wood amulets

In addition to the Pra Somdej, some Pra Nang Paya Buddha images were also made for release, to cater for ladies and children as well as to add this model to the national archive of Pra Nang Paya sacred amulets.

Pra Somdej hand carved petrified Mastodon Tusk and Holy Wood amulets

The edition was made after finding stegodon and other prehistoric era fossilized bones, tusks, and petrified Ngiw tree wood. The edition used the smaller pieces for the making of four different types of Pra Somdej and two types of Nang Paya amulets. The top ongk kroo masterpiece models were made from the stegodon bones and mastodon tusks, which were completely pitch black due to being petrified over millions of years.

gold embossment of temple stamp on rear face of Pra Somdej hand carved petrified holy wood amulets

The temple stamp is officially embossed with gold colored indent, and has the four syllable heart mantra of Pra Sivali (Pra Chimplee) for inducing great wealthy pokasap and metta mahaniyom blessings.

Pra Somdej hand carved petrified wood

The black petrified mastodon and stegodon bone/tusk was used only in the ultra expensively priced ongk kroo models, which were released at a price of over 4000$ per amulet on the day of release. They were snapped up fast by rich devotees collectors and speculators to the point of depletion of stocks. A few still remain to be found in the inner circle collector circuits. Hence, their value is becoming as high as the top class pim niyom amulets of yesteryear.

The Putta Pisek ceremony was held on auspicious hour of 12:55 PM on the fifth of April in 2555 BE at the Samnak Songk forest temple.

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The monks present for the Buddha Abhiseka blessing were:

Buddha Abhiseka pictures from the Pra Somdej hand carved petrified holy wood amulet blessing ceremony

Pra Racha Bpariyadt Gawee from Buriram, Pra Mongkol Woragarn, who is the advisor to the jao kana ampher (provincial abott) of Kara Buri, Pra Kroo Sopana Patanagij, Kroo Ba Beng of Wat Tanode Luang, and Luang Por Tiang of Wat Khao Gradoeng in Buriram.

Pra Somdej hand carved petrified holy wood amulets

Pra Somdej hand carved petrified holy wood amulets

Indeed, this is a classic and memorable edition of amulets that are of obviously high sacred value, as well as their exclusivity for the esteemed collector of high grade amulets.

rear face of Pra Somdej Paya Ngiw Dam amulet in hand for size comparison

It is a most recommendable spiritual votive tablet for Buddhanussati, wealth increase, and karma improvement (‘serm duang’). Moreover, it can be considered as a very sound investment and an inimitable family heirloom amulet, which will only increase in value steadily as the years pass.

Pra Somdej hand carved petrified holy wood amulet in felt lined box with satin lining The amulet comes with its original felt and satin lined box from the temple.

Being of such a rare substance and hand carved, these amulets are certain to attain a very high market price, which is bound to climb at a faster pace than many other amulets due to the high demand and limited number of amulets remaining available on the market.
 

View this amulet in our store here: Pra Somdej Paya Ngiw Dam Lan Pi (Carved Million Year Old Petrified Holy Wood) – Samnak Songk Phu Taep Thawara Nimit

 

Classic coin amulet, featuring the image of Luang Por Tuad with a sacred yant and 4 images of the great Jao Pako Samee Ram Pra Luang Por Tuad guarding the 4 directions.

Top of the range rian amulet of the Sompochana edition Luang Por Tuad monk coins. The ongk kroo top model in this series features a solid silver coin with a 24 karat solid gold image of Luang Por Tuad. The other models were made in various sacred metals, like solid silver, sacred copper, brass and alpaca silver, nava loha, and nava loha with a solid silver image of Luang Por Tuad.

Luang Por Tuad coin amulet

The coins bear the image and the invocation of Pra Luang Por Tuad of Wat Chang Hai and Wat Pako. The metal coin amulets were released in 2556 BE at the temple of the world’s tallest standing Luang Por Tuad statue, Wat Mae Takrai in Chiang Mai Province. The amulets from this edition are, of course, an essential acquisition for any devotee of Luang Por Tuad, and indeed, for any serious collector of Luang Por Tuad amulets. But, of course, those who seek protection and auspicious blessings of lucky fortunes and wealthy professions, may benefit from these sacred amulets as well.

Luang Por Tuad coin amulet

The front face features an image of Luang Por Tuad standing with the a typical tudong forest wandering umbrella, called a ‘glod’. The image is a replication of that of the world’s famous statue at Wat Mae Takrai.

Luang Por Tuad coin amulet

The amulet is very apt for ladies and children, as well as men due to its small size. It has a remarkably powerful aura that makes it a completely unisex amulet for both men, women and children to wear. Furthermore, it contains purely auspicious Buddha magic with anti black magic power. This, of course, makes the amulet especially useful for one’s children, as a protection against the asura, yaksa, djinn, demons and ghostly beings, who love to victimize children by entering their bodies and becoming viruses which will make them ill.

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The rear face of amulet has four blessings written around the edges, namely: (1) plord pay (safe and sound); (2) klaew klaad (invincible to deadly accidents); (3) ram ruay (rich as a millionaire); and (4) ngern tong (gold and silver). Luang Phu Tuad sits around the four cardinal points of his yantra. This yantra contains the Hua Jai Kata Potisat of Luang Phu Tuad, which goes as follows: Na Mo Potisadto Aakandtimaaya Idti Pakawaa.

Luang Por Tuad

The amulet comes in the original box from the temple.

 

 View all amulets in this edition here: Luang Por Tuad Sompochana Edition 2556 BE – Wat Mae Takrai

 

7.5 Inches high bucha image of the great 'Somdej Jao Pako Samee Ram' Pra Luang Por Tuad, in tudong posture with 'glod' umbrella.

7.5 inches high bucha image of the great ‘Somdej Jao Pako Samee Ram’ Pra Luang Por Tuad, in tudong posture with a ‘glod’ umbrella. The image is a replica of the original highest standing Luang Por Tuad statue of Wat Mae Takrai. This bucha statue was released in the ‘Run Sompote’, or ‘Sompochana’ edition of Wat Mae Takrai in the Northern Thai Province of Chiang Mai. The 2556 BE edition also included a series of small romboid shape (diagonal square) coin amulets in various sacred metals.

There is a Luang Por Tuad coin of the same edition inserted into its sacred powder base. The statue is made from smelted sacred brass and bronze alchemical alloys, and covered in a matt black coating. Luang Por Tuad carries a glod, an almsbowl and is using a Naga head walking staff.

Pra Luang Por Tuad Bucha statue Wat Mae Takrai

It is a most auspicious and powerful image for the altar of any devotee of Luang Por Tuad, and those who seek protection and auspicious blessings of lucky fortunes and wealthy professions.

Pra Luang Por Tuad Bucha statue Wat Mae Takrai

The Buddha abhiseka blessing ceremony for the Luang Por Tuad Sompochana edition was held at Wat Mae Takrai in Ampher Mae Orn, Chiang Mai, on Sunday the third of March 2013 (2556 BE).

Pra Luang Por Tuad Bucha statue Wat Mae Takrai

The edition was made to raise funds to complete the exterior finish of the base and statue of the highest standing Luang Por Tuad image in the world at Wat Mae Takrai, which was built in 2551 BE. This huge statue is 25 meters tall, or 45 meters high including the base.

Pra Luang Por Tuad Bucha statue Wat Mae Takrai

Kata bucha Luang Por Tuad

Namo Potisato Aakantimaaya Itipakawaa.

Original Highest Pra Luang Por Tuad Statue in the World at Wat Mae Takrai

 

View this statue in our store here: Pra Bucha Luang Por Tuad (Sacred Brass Statue) – Sompochana Edition of Wat Mae Takrai

 

The Somdej Ongk Pathom loi ongk statuette is cast from sacred bronze mixed with ancient artifacts ('nuea loha pasom'), and has sacred kammatthana powders, a relic, a gemstone, and pieces of hair of Luang Phu Phad inserted in the base.

This authentic Buddhist amulet represents the Buddha seated in meditation posture. On the base of the amulet there are the Buddha’s five first disciples depicted. The Buddha image clearly resembles the characteristic features of the traditional art style of Bodhgaya.

When we take a closer look at the base of the loi ongk statuette, we can see there is a pair of deers on the back of the amulet. The two deers, of course, symbolise the crucial moment of the first sermon the Buddha gave at the Deer Park in Sarnath, whereby he set the Dhammacakka (‘The Wheel of the Buddha’s Teachings’) in motion. Hence, this extraordinary Buddha amulet has invaluable meaning to the true Buddhist practitioner.

The Somdej Ongk Pathom loi ongk statuette is cast from sacred bronze mixed with ancient artifacts (‘nuea loha pasom’), and has sacred kammatthana powders, a relic, a gemstone, and pieces of hair of Luang Phu Phad inserted in the base. Various types of gemstones were inserted in the base, and thus may differ in color with each amulet.

The classic Somdej Ongk Pathom loi ongk statuettes were released in 2554 BE at Wat Rai Temple in Ang Tong, Thailand. At the time, Wat Rai was in a delipidated state, and thus the first edition of Somdej Ongk Pathom Buddha amulets was released so that the temple could be restored with the donations.

Size: 4 x 2 x 1.5 cm

The magical qualities of this amulet can bestow blessings of peace and happiness. Therefore, it is a most useful amulet for cultivating one’s mind through meditation practice. However, the Somdej Ongk Pathom Buddha amulet also serves as a powerful source of inspiration for students of Buddhist Studies and followers of the Buddha Dhamma.

The amulet comes in the original box from the temple.

Luang Phu Phad seated in deep meditation whilst consecrating the Somdej Ongk Pathom amulets through transmitting blessings via a magical sai sin cord.

 

View this amulet in our store here: Somdej Ongk Pathom Loi Ongk Statuette – Luang Phu Phad – Wat Rai

 

Pra Kring Tan Jai represents the Wishfulling Buddha seated in the 'subduing Mara' posture; this authentic Buddhist loi ongk statuette is made by the revered Lanna master Kroo Ba Buddha.

Pra Kring Tan Jai represents the Wishfulling Buddha seated in the ‘subduing Mara’ posture; this authentic Buddhist loi ongk statuette is made by the revered Lanna master Kroo Ba Buddha of Wat Nong Bua Kam in Lamphun Province in the North of Thailand.

The amulet is made from sacred bronze, which was smelted in the ancient tradition method, thereby giving the Pra Kring Tan Jai statuette a very unique appearance indeed. It has the edition code number on the front of the base, whereas the base itself is filled with sacred powders and shredded banknotes. The sacred Puttakun powders used in the muan sarn ingredients have highly effective mahalap qualities, which serve to improve your luck and fate, prevent bad luck, increase prosperity and enhance your profession.

The Pra Kring Tan Jai amulets received solitary empowerment and ritual blessings from Kroo Ba Buddha himself. His devotees, then, sponsored the edition of Pra Kring Tan Jai statuettes to celebrate Kroo Ba Buddha’s 96th birthday in the year 2555 BE. There were only 1800 of these amulets made and released in this particular edition. However, there was also another model made, which was also filled with sacred powders and shredded banknotes, yet this particular model was issued only to those present at the Puttapisek consecration cemony held at Wat Nong Bua Kam on 13 April in 2555 BE.

The amulet comes with the original box of the temple; but, if desired, it can be encased as well.

 

View this amulet in our store here: Pra Kring Tan Jai (Wishfulfilling Buddha Amulet) – Kroo Ba Buddha – Wat Nong Bua Kam


 

Luang Por Mak used 'nuea samrit phow fai' for making this loi ongk stattuette; the Taw Wes Suwan amulets thus were cast from sacred bronze artifact metals and received a burnished coating. Then, Luang Por Mak also performed hand inscriptions on the base of the amulets.

This Taw Wes Suwan loi ongk statuette is made and blessed by Luang Por Mak of Wat Khao Rang Sadao. The amulet received ritual blessings from Luang Por Mak for a period of three months consecutively. After this extensive period of performing ritual empowerments was over, it was then released in the 2555 BE Traimas edition.

Luang Por Mak used ‘nuea samrit phow fai’ for making this loi ongk stattuette; the Taw Wes Suwan amulets thus were cast from sacred bronze artifact metals and received a burnished coating. Then, Luang Por Mak also performed hand inscriptions on the base of the amulets.

Ajarn Spencer Littlewood recommends this Taw Wes Suwan amulet for protection against black magic. The amulet can thus protect one against attacks from demons and ghosts. Yet it also serves very well as a source of protection against physical illnesses and viruses, which, of course, makes this amulet especially useful for children and executive ladies. Furthermore, this Taw Wes Suwan loi ongk stattuette is a most powerful and effective amulet for increasing wealth.

In Buddhism, Taw Wes Suwan is the King of the North of the Catumaharajika Heaven. This Heavenly King is the leader of the asura demons and yaksa ghosts. These two types of spiritual beings usually reside near dark places, such as can be found in the forest. They often used to like to disturb the Buddhist monks who wander through the dense forest. But when Taw Wes Suwan witnessed the unsurpassed practice of the Buddha and the diligence of his disciples’ practice in the forest, he instantly bowed down and paid homage to the Buddha and the sangha. As of then, Taw Wes Suwan became a follower of the Buddha, and commanded his vast army of asura demons and yaksa ghosts to always act in accordance with the Dhamma.

In this way, then, Taw Wes Suwan became the supreme protector of the Buddha’s teachings. Instead of disturbing the diligent practising monks in the forest, the asuras and yaksas were now commanded by their lord Taw Wes Suwan to offer the monks protection against harmful ghosts and evil spirits which may be dwelling nearby in the forest. And so, it is said, that the Paritta hymns for protection were offered by Taw Wes Suwan as gift to the Buddha and his followers.

Kata bucha Taw Wes Suwan

Idtipiso Pakawaa Yommaraachaano Taw Wes Suwanno

Maranang Sugkhang Ahang Sugadto Na Mo Puttaaya

Taw Wes Suwanno Jadtu Mahaa Raachigaa Yagkhapandtaa Pat Puradto

Wesa Pusa Puttang Arahang Putto Taw Wes Suwanno Na Mo Puttaaya.

 

Short kata

We Sa Pu Sa.

 

Kata chants and the story of Taw Wes Suwan (‘Chai Sing Hia’, ‘Guberan’)

 

 

View this amulet in our store here: Taw Wes Suwan Nuea Samrit Phow Fai (Anti Black Magic, Increase Wealth & Prevent Illness Amulet) – Luang Por Mak

 

Pra Upakut/Pra Bua Khem Buddha Image made from 'Nuea Tong Rakang ('temple bell brass'), filled with sacred powders and empowered by Luang Por Pian of Wat Grern Gathin in Lopburi.

Pra Upakut/Pra Bua Khem Buddha image made from ‘nuea tong rakang’ (temple bell brass), filled with sacred powders and empowered by Luang Por Pian of Wat Grern Gathin in Lopburi.

This loi ongk statuette was released in the Sao Ha Maha Mongkol 2553 BE edition of Wat Grern Gathin. This edition of amulets was blessed on an auspicious fifth day of the fifth lunar month, with a series of Pra Sethee Navagote amulets spearheading the edition.

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The Buddhist saint Pra Upakut is also known as Pra Bua Khem. This Buddhist amulet offers powerful protection against black magic, and acts as a defender against Mara demons. Pra Upakut’s supernatural powers can also be used to bring in wealth.

Code number and stamp in base of Pra Upakut amulet by LP Pian

The series code number and edition authenticity stamp are embossed on the base of the loi ongk statuette.

Bucha method

Light fragrant incense, and offer fragrant flowers and perfumed water. Then chant Maha Namasakara (‘Namo Tassa’) and pray in your heart, that wherever the fragrance will flow in the air and touch, that there will be:

1. At home: happiness, calm, peace, etc. (i.e. all what you wish for);
2. In the place of business: increasing wealth.

Kata Pra Upakut

Mahaa Upakuto Mahaa Laapo Putto Laapang Sappe Chanaa Pahoo Chanaa Raachaa Buriso Itheeyomaa  Namo Joeraa Metaa Jidtang Ehi Jidtang Jidtang Biyang Mama Satewagang  Manussaanang Sappalaapang Pawandtume EhiJidti Jidtang Pantanang Upakudta Ja Mahaa tero Puttasaawaga Anupaawena Maara Wichaya Nirapaya  Dtechabunyadta  Ja Tewadtaanambi  Manussaaanambi Ehi Jidtang Biyang Ma Ma Imangkaaya Pantanang Atithaami Ba Ayyisudtang Ubajsa-i.

Who was Pra Upakut? How to worship Upakut Buddha

Thai Buddhist Amulets The amulet comes with the original box from the temple of Wat Grern Gathin.

 

View this amulet in our store here: Pra Upakut Sao Ha Maha Mongkol Statuette made from Temple Bell Brass – Luang Por Pian

 

Pra Luang Por Tuad Pim Tao Reed Yai - Por Tan Prohm (Wat Palanupap) + Pra Ajarn Krissana (Wat Bang Khan) - Serm Baramee Twee Choke Lap Edition 2556 BE

Pra Luang Por Tuad in finest sacred pong Puttakun powders and din kakyayaks earths from the sacred swamp of Pattani. This is where all true Luang Por Tuad amulets must take their muan sarn from, in order for the amulets to possess the kong grapan and klaew klaad powers for which they are so famous. The amulet is empowered by Por Tan Prohm of Wat Palanupap, Luang Por Foo, Por Tan Lad, and Pra Ajarn Krissana of Wat Bang Khan.

Pra Luang Por Tuad Pim Tao Reed Yai from Wat bang Khan and Wat Palanupap blessed by LP Foo and PT Prohm, Por Tan Iad

This batch of amulets was released in the Serm Bramee Twee Choke Lap edition in 2556 BE. The purpose of this edition was to raise funds for the restoration of the installations within the temple of Wat Rasdorn Sata Dhamma (Wat Bang Khan).

The edition included two models of Luang Por Tuad amulets, which were made from extremely high quantities of pong Puttakun powder. There is the Pim Tao Reed Yai model in clothes iron shape, and the Glad Tao Reed in oblong shape.

The amulets have an extremely high similarity to the 2497 BE models. They both are classic in their own right already since they were first released at Wat Palanupap, and now these remaining examples have an extra double blessing on top, which is, of course, the meritorious reason for their distribution.

As to the muan sarn sacred powder formula used for making this Luang Por Tuad, we can see it features the clear presence of the sacred peat (swamp earths) of the Yala sacred swamp; this sacred ingredient is also known as ‘din kakyayaks’. It is a dark black earth that has healing powers and powers of wealth increase (maha pokasap and maha lap).

LP Tuad Pim Tao Reed amulet Comes with Original Box from the Temple

Prepare nine sticks of incense and white jasmine flowers as offerings for Luang Por Tuad. Then say the Maha Namasakara (‘Namo tassa’) three times first, whilst thinking of the Buddha and of Luang Por Tuad. Next, make a wish and chant the kata bucha Luang Por Tuad three times.

Kata bucha Luang Por Tuad

Na Mo Potisadto Aakandtimaaya Idti Pakawaa.

LP Tuad Pim Tao Reed amulet Comes with Original Box from the Temple

The amulet comes with the original box from the temple.

 

View this amulet in our store here: Pra Luang Por Tuad Pim Tao Reed Yai – Por Tan Prohm + Pra Ajarn Krissana

and:

Pra Luang Por Tuad Pim Glad Mai Kheed – Por Tan Prohm + Pra Ajarn Krissana