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Pra Kring Emerald Buddha Amulet

Emerald Buddha Pra Kring Amulets Special Edition

01 Jan 19
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Phra Kring Gaew Morakot Emerald Buddha amulet Blessed at Wat Weluwan

Special Gammagarn Version of the Pra Kring Gaew Morakot Luang Phu Moon Tidtasilo Wat Ban Jan (Yorn Yuk Edition Emerald Buddha of LP Moon). A special ‘Pra Kring’ type Loi Ongk Statuette in Nuea Maha Chanuan Sacred Alchemical Alloy with Brass Base and Kring Bead rattle inserted, sealed with a Look Namo Slug with Sacred Agkhara U on the Base). Only 561 amulets were made in this particular version, and only handed out during the ceremony to devotees. The Pra Kring, should bring 12 kinds of blessings to the devotee who wears it, bestowed through the rattling Kring bead within the Pra Kring Medicine Buddha.

This edition was released at Wat Weluwan in Buddha Abhiseka presided over by Luang Por Udom Sap, with extra blessings thereafter by great masters of the Luang Phu Moon Lineage, to raise funds for the building of the necessary facilities for the Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang temple, in Roi Et in the Isan Country, which is presided over by Pra Ajarn Luang Por Chalerm Rat Aruno.

Free Registered Airmail Shipping Worldwide is Included with this amulet. The Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang is in dire need of funds, and so the devotees in collaboration with the temple of Wat Weluwan in Sri Saket, arranged for this edition to be made. The amulets were made in various types of sacred metals, as well as some sacred powder versions. These special version ‘Maha Chanuan’ alchemicaal metal amulets were made in extreme limited edition of 561 amulets, and were handed out to sponsors and devotees during the ceremony only, and not issued for general distribution.

The metallic Loi Ongk Pra Gaew Morakot statuettes were made in the following numbers 1. Nuea Ngern (solid silver) – 111 amulets made 2. Nuea Nava Loha (9 sacred metals) – 1,111 amulets made 3. Nuea Tong Rakang Ud Pong Wan Puttakun (Sacred Temple Bell brass filled with herbal Powders and Puttakun Powders)- 3,111 amulets made 4. Nuea Lek nam Pi (Lek Lai maekasit related alchemical metal substance, only handed out to pre-order donation devotees) – 561 amulets made. In addition, some votive tablets in sacred muan sarn powders were also released.

Below; Sacred Look Namo insert, with Khom Agkhara “U” Yantra and Series Number Code Stamps are embossed on the brass base of the amulet, which has a Kring Bead rattle inserted within the inner chamber

The edition was blessed in 2561 BE, at the temple of Wat Weluwan in Buddha Abhiseka. For indeed, the temple of Wat Pha None Mueang is yet to have an Uposatha Shrineroom to perform Buddha Abhisekha Ceremonies, and so was needed for this purpose.

The amulets were blessed With Luang Por Chalerm Rat and Monks of the Luang Phu Moon (Hmun) Wat Ban Jan Lineage, including the great Luang Por Porn Chai, of the Samnak Songk Siri Taep Sangworn.

This version is a Pra Kring, and hence invoked with the Healing powers of the Bhaisajyaguru, 藥師佛 Yàoshīfó, in Chinese, or in Japanese ‘Yakushi’). Bhaisajyaguru is of course, the Medicine Buddha.. The use of the Pra Kring amulet as an object of veneration for this particular commemoration is with the intent of bestowing miraculous protection and healing powers of the Medicine Buddha to the devotee, with Serm Duang power for auspicious Karma, and as Buddhanussati (Mindfulness of the Buddha).

Below; Luang Por Porn Chai Puttasaro, Luang Por Chalerm Rat, and Masters of the LP Hmun (Moon) Wat Ban Jan Lineage blessing the Pra Gaew Morakot Emerald Buddha Statuettes for the 2561 fundraiser edition to build a temple at Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang in Roi Et.


Below; Devotees assist in the preparation of the building of the foundations of the Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang, slowly but surely, as funds from donations permit.

The Emerald Buddha amulets are made in the style of the Emerald Buddha statue found within the Royal Palace within the shrineroom of Wat Pra Gaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha). The original statue is fashioned Pre Chiang Saen to Early Chiang Saen Era, estimated sometime around the year 500 BE. It was given the name Pra Putta Radtana Pan Mani Morakot.

The Emerald Buddha is considered the palladium of the Kingdom of Thailand. It is a figurine of the meditating Buddha seated in yogic posture, made of a semi-precious green stone (jade or jasper rather than emerald), clothed in gold, and about 26 inches (66 cm) tall.[4] It is housed in the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Pra Gaew) on the grounds of the Grand Palace in Bangkok (Wikipedia). It is considered to have healing qualities by Thai Buddhist People. Early in the Bangkok period, the Emerald Buddha used to be taken out of its temple and paraded in the streets to relieve the city and countryside of various calamities (such as plague and cholera).


The Emerald Buddha also marks the changing of the seasons in Thailand, with the king presiding over seasonal ceremonies. In a ritual held at the temple three times a year, the dress of the deity is changed at the start of each of the three seasons. The astrological dates for the ritual ceremonies, at the changing of the seasons, followed are in the first waning moon of the lunar calendar, months 4, 8 and 12 (around March, July, and November). Rama I initiated this ritual for the hot season and the rainy season; Rama III introduced the ritual for the winter season. The robes which adorn the image, represent those of monks and the king, depending on the season, an indication of its symbolic role “as Buddha and the King”, which role is also enjoined on the Thai king who formally dresses the Emerald Buddha image.


The costume change ritual is performed by the Thai king who is the most elevated master of ceremonies for all Buddhist rites. During the ceremony, the king first climbs up to the pedestal, cleans the image by wiping away any dust, and changes the gold headdress of the Emerald Buddha. The king then worships nearby while an attendant performs the elaborate ritual of changing garments. The king also sprays holy water upon his subjects waiting outside the ordination hall, a privilege previously afforded only to the princes and officials who were attending the ceremony inside the ubosoth (the shrineroom where Uposatha is held.


Below Luang Por Chalerm Rat Aruno, of Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang, in Roi Et

Luang Por Chalerm Rat Aruno of Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang in Roi Et

This edition was released at Wat Weluwan in Buddha Abhiseka presided over by Luang Por Udom Sap, with extra blessings thereafter by great masters of the Luang Phu Moon Lineage, to raise funds for the building of the necessary facilities for the Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang temple, in Roi Et in the Isan Country, which is presided over by Pra Ajarn Luang Por Chalerm Rat Aruno.

Free Registered Airmail Shipping Worldwide is Included with this amulet. The Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang is in dire need of funds, and so the devotees in collaboration with the temple of Wat Weluwan in Sri Saket, arranged for this edition to be made. The amulets were made in various types of sacred metals, as well as some sacred powder versions. These special version ‘Maha Chanuan’ alchemicaal metal amulets were made in extreme limited edition of 561 amulets, and were handed out to sponsors and devotees during the ceremony only, and not issued for general distribution.

The metallic Loi Ongk Pra Gaew Morakot statuettes were made in the following numbers 1. Nuea Ngern (solid silver) – 111 amulets made 2. Nuea Nava Loha (9 sacred metals) – 1,111 amulets made 3. Nuea Tong Rakang Ud Pong Wan Puttakun (Sacred Temple Bell brass filled with herbal Powders and Puttakun Powders)- 3,111 amulets made 4. Nuea Lek nam Pi (Lek Lai maekasit related alchemical metal substance, only handed out to pre-order donation devotees) – 561 amulets made. In addition, some votive tablets in sacred muan sarn powders were also released.

Below; Sacred Look Namo insert, with Khom Agkhara “U” Yantra and Series Number Code Stamps are embossed on the brass base of the amulet, which has a Kring Bead rattle inserted within the inner chamber

The edition was blessed in 2561 BE, at the temple of Wat Weluwan in Buddha Abhiseka. For indeed, the temple of Wat Pha None Mueang is yet to have an Uposatha Shrineroom to perform Buddha Abhisekha Ceremonies, and so was needed for this purpose.

The amulets were blessed With Luang Por Chalerm Rat and Monks of the Luang Phu Moon (Hmun) Wat Ban Jan Lineage, including the great Luang Por Porn Chai, of the Samnak Songk Siri Taep Sangworn.

This version is a Pra Kring, and hence invoked with the Healing powers of the Bhaisajyaguru, 藥師佛 Yàoshīfó, in Chinese, or in Japanese ‘Yakushi’). Bhaisajyaguru is of course, the Medicine Buddha.. The use of the Pra Kring amulet as an object of veneration for this particular commemoration is with the intent of bestowing miraculous protection and healing powers of the Medicine Buddha to the devotee, with Serm Duang power for auspicious Karma, and as Buddhanussati (Mindfulness of the Buddha).

Below; Luang Por Porn Chai Puttasaro, Luang Por Chalerm Rat, and Masters of the LP Hmun (Moon) Wat Ban Jan Lineage blessing the Pra Gaew Morakot Emerald Buddha Statuettes for the 2561 fundraiser edition to build a temple at Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang in Roi Et.

Below; Devotees assist in the preparation of the building of the foundations of the Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang, slowly but surely, as funds from donations permit.

The Emerald Buddha amulets are made in the style of the Emerald Buddha statue found within the Royal Palace within the shrineroom of Wat Pra Gaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha). The original statue is fashioned Pre Chiang Saen to Early Chiang Saen Era, estimated sometime around the year 500 BE. It was given the name Pra Putta Radtana Pan Mani Morakot.

The Emerald Buddha is considered the palladium of the Kingdom of Thailand. It is a figurine of the meditating Buddha seated in yogic posture, made of a semi-precious green stone (jade or jasper rather than emerald), clothed in gold, and about 26 inches (66 cm) tall.[4] It is housed in the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Pra Gaew) on the grounds of the Grand Palace in Bangkok (Wikipedia). It is considered to have healing qualities by Thai Buddhist People. Early in the Bangkok period, the Emerald Buddha used to be taken out of its temple and paraded in the streets to relieve the city and countryside of various calamities (such as plague and cholera).

The Emerald Buddha also marks the changing of the seasons in Thailand, with the king presiding over seasonal ceremonies. In a ritual held at the temple three times a year, the dress of the deity is changed at the start of each of the three seasons. The astrological dates for the ritual ceremonies, at the changing of the seasons, followed are in the first waning moon of the lunar calendar, months 4, 8 and 12 (around March, July, and November). Rama I initiated this ritual for the hot season and the rainy season; Rama III introduced the ritual for the winter season. The robes which adorn the image, represent those of monks and the king, depending on the season, an indication of its symbolic role “as Buddha and the King”, which role is also enjoined on the Thai king who formally dresses the Emerald Buddha image.

The costume change ritual is performed by the Thai king who is the most elevated master of ceremonies for all Buddhist rites. During the ceremony, the king first climbs up to the pedestal, cleans the image by wiping away any dust, and changes the gold headdress of the Emerald Buddha. The king then worships nearby while an attendant performs the elaborate ritual of changing garments. The king also sprays holy water upon his subjects waiting outside the ordination hall, a privilege previously afforded only to the princes and officials who were attending the ceremony inside the ubosoth (the shrineroom where Uposatha is held.

Below Luang Por Chalerm Rat Aruno, of Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang, in Roi Et

Luang Por Chalerm Rat Aruno of Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang in Roi Et
Buddha Abhiseka with Luang Phu Khaeg Wat Pratat Panom

Khiaw Paya Nakarach Naga Fang Tooth Sacred Brass 2560 BE Blessing at Wat Pratat Panom

24 Oct 17
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The Khiaw Paya Nacharach amulets are a special released blessed in a historic first time ritual with the simultaneous lighting of seven victory candles instead of one, to invite Seven Naga Kings of Bodhala to come and allow parts of their minds to dwell within the amulets of this series. These Khiaw Nakarach are forged from Sacred Brass alloy, mixed with Chanuan Muan Sarn metals  from the great Jao Khun Tong Chai (of Wat Traimit), which was donated from Ajarn Laks Rekha Nites for the making of these amulets.

The Khiaw Paya Nak amulets are forged in the shape of the fangs of a serpent, with a Naga coiled around the tooth, which has Khom Kata Akom Agkhara inscriptions on it. The amulets were made in various types of base metals mixed with sacred Chanuan, as follows; 1. Solid Gold versions (only 9 made), with Khom letter  “NA” codestamp 2. Solid Silver (99 made) with the Khom letter “MA” codestamp 3. Nuea Albaca (3,999 made), with Khom Agkhara letter “PA” codestamp 4. Italian Bronze mixed with Sacred Chanuan, some in rainbow metallic effect, some in matt bronze effect (5,999 made) with Khom Agkhara “TA” codestamp 5.  Nuea Samrit with Sacred Chanuan (6,999 made) and 6. Nuea Tong Tip with Sacred Chanuan (12,999 made)

The edition was made to help raise funds for helping with various projects, including; 1. The building of an Uposatha Shrineroom at Wat Kam Jaroen in Sakon Nakorn 2. Help pay for the building of the ‘Somdej Pra Puttajarn Sanit’ Dhamma Hall building of Wat Gaew Suwan Dtum Pa in Nakorn Panom and 3. To finance the building of a Dhamma practice hall at Wat Jao Arm in Bangkok

The Sacred Chanuan Muan Sarn metals which were used in the smelting ceremony to forge the sacred Alloys for this edition included the following; 1. Chanuan Pra Kring Nava Loha from Jao Khun Tong Chai (Wat Traimit) 2. Chanuan Muan Sarn from the casting ceremony of the Pra Um Badtr and the Pra Jakkapat Buddha statues, using the metallic residues and pong Tabai filings from these Buddhas as Sacred ingredients

His holiness Pra Jao Khun Tong Chai of Wat traimit had passed these Sacred Metals through various empowerment ceremonies at various temples as he carried them around to receive blessings and empowerment before their use. He had the Chanuan blessed at Wat Pra Sai in Nong Kai, Wat Jao Aarm in Bangkok, and at Wat Pradoo Aram Luang (temple of Pra Maha Surasak), before finally presenting the Chanuan for use in the smelting of the Naga Fangs.

The amulets were blessed at Wat Pratat Panom in front of the Chedi Buddha Relic Stupa, beseeching the Buddha Relic within to lend its powers to the amulets. Wat Pratat Panom is one of the great Pilgrimage Temples of Thailand with a Buddha Relic within its Chedi Stupa, and one of the most historically important Buddhist Temples in the Country.

Monks at the Blessing Ceremony Naga Tooth Amulet Wat Pratat Panom 2560 BE

Monks at the Blessing Ceremony Naga Tooth Amulet Wat Pratat Panom; Pra Racha Radtanalongorn, of Wat Po Chai in Nong Kai 6. Pra Racha Siriwat of Wat Sawang Suwanaram in Nakorn Panom 7. Pra Kroo Wisutti Meti, Vice-Abbot of Wat Pratat Panom, in Nakorn Panom 8. Pra Kroo Pawana Sope, of Wat Pha Tamma Sope in Lopburi, and other Great Monks

A host of Great Buddhist Master Monks of the Nortth and North eastern regions of Thailand attended to perfrom the 7 fold Deva Abhiseka to invoke the Naga Kings of Bodhala, and empower the amulets, including; Pra Manghala Suti (Luang Phu Khaeg) of Wat Suntora Pradit, in Pitsanuloke 2. Pra Taep Radtana Nayok, of Wat Pratat Haripunchai in Lampun 3. Pra Kroo Wimol Bun Gosala of Wat Wimoon Niwas in Roi Et 4. Pra Kroo Boworn Potiwat of Wat Pratat Sri Kun in Nakorn Panom 5. Pra Racha Radtanalongorn, of Wat Po Chai in Nong Kai 6. Pra Racha Siriwat of Wat Sawang Suwanaram in Nakorn Panom 7. Pra Kroo Wisutti Meti, Vice-Abbot of Wat Pratat Panom, in Nakorn Panom 8. Pra Kroo Pawana Sope, of Wat Pha Tamma Sope in Lopburi, and various other monks of high repute in attendance.

Monks at the Blessing Ceremony - Luang Phu Khaeg, Prta Taep radtana Nayok, Pra Kroo Wimol Bun Gosala and Pra Kroo Boworn Po Wiwat

Luang Phu Khaeg, Pra Taep Radtana Nayok, Pra Kroo Wimol Bun Gosala and Pra Kroo Boworn Po Wiwat

Below you can view a gallery of photos from the Amulet Blessing Ceremony at Wat Pratat Panom. The first ever ceremony in history with seven different victory candles lit by seven master monks simultaneously, to summon all seven chosen Kings of Bodhala to attend, and listen to the Dhamma in the Buddha Abhiseka/Deva Abhiseka.

Luang Phu Pha Wat Dueay Gai

Hun Payont Phii Yaan Golem Ghost Amulet Luang Phu Pha

23 Mar 17
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Presenting a tiny but immensely powerful brazen metal amulet, the Hun Payont Phii Yaan Miniature Loi Ongk Statuette Golem Ghost Soldier, in Nuea Samrit Alchemical sacred Bronze Alloy, with painted red Jong Graben pants, and Khom Yantra spells embossed on the surface. This tiny but high-powered amulet is imbued with the ghost of a psychically powerful Hoeng Prai. This spirit-world assistant is designed to protect and watch your back, attract wealth, and be called upon to fulfil missions and make wishes come true, like your own personal spiritual ‘ Personal Valet’.

Luang Phu Pha ‘Phii Yaan’, (Luang Phu Pha Gosalo), of Wat Dueay Gai, in Nong Lao, Amphoe Muang Samsip, Udorn Thani Province, is a very aged monk (94 years old at the time of writing in 2017), who is a true-born citizen of Udorn Thani. The local devotees of Udorn Thani have given Luang Phu the name of ‘Phii Yaan’, or ‘Por Yai Phu Pha Phii Yaan’. People believe Luang Phu Pha to have special abilities, due to a strange anomaly (which are known as ‘Kot’ in Animist Beliefs), which resides in the roof of his mouth since birth. Many believe this ‘Kot’ anomaly to be a ‘Tat Gaayasit’ (Kaya Siddhi Adamantine Living Substance). It is believed to give Luang Phu Pha the power to see ahead into the future, and to possess the power to perform miracles. This is very similar to the legendary crystal tooth in the roof of the mouth of Luang Phu Ka Long (Wat Khao Gaew), which was said to be the toth of Hanuman (who also indeed had a crystal tooth in the roof of his mouth).


Luang Phu Pha has mastered the Adept level of the Wicha Duang Tam Banlu , which he received as the first apprentice of his Kroo Ba Ajarn, a aged Lay Sorceror called Phu Hmor Tam Hueang. Luang Phu Pha first submitted himself for apprenticeship many decades ago in his youth, because he wanted to learn Wicha with which he could help those who were experiencing troubles with ghostly hauntings and posessions, black magick curses and the like. Luang Phu Pha mastered these Wicha to an adept level and began to heal possessed people, lift curses and banish evil spirits, send lost phantoms on their way to heaven, and bring happiness back to the many people who were suffering from black magic attacks.

This caused Luang Phu Pha to become highly revered for his powers, and people from far and wide began to visit to beseech his blessings, which over the years have proved themself to be so highly effective for the devotees of Udorn Thani. Another ability for which Luang Phu Pha is renowned, is the ability to foretell the future, and to give successful lottery numbers. His accuracy is said to be incredibly accurate. These Wicha and Psychic Abilities of Luang Phu Pha are what make his amulets so powerful and in high demand.


After Luang Phu Pha completed his master of the Wicha of Phu Hmor Tam Hueang, he went on to study Wicha Kong Grapan Chadtri Klaew Klaad with Luang Phu Tao Kam Hlaa, of Wat Ban Pone Paeng, who was a Master with many Wicha, but who was not usualy prone to teaching them to other people. But Luang Phu Pha did not give up and persisted, to prove he was worthy and serious about learning. In the end, Luang Phu Tao Kam Hlaa saw the dedication of Luang Phu Pha, and his one pointed diligence and refusal to give up, and agreed to teach him the Wicha of his Lineage, especially the Wicha Kong Grapan Chadtri. As he began to teach Luang Phu Pha, he quickly realised that this was the Looksit who he would bestow the Dtamra of his Lineage to, to continue and preserve it into future generations, and so bestowed Luang Phu Pha with all of his Knowledge of the Wicha in its entirety.

Luang Phu Pha Gosalo Wat Pha Dueay Gai Udorn Thani


It took a great many years for Luang Phu Tao Hlaa to teach the many different spells and incantations, and inscriptions and formulas to Luang Phu Pha, but eventually, he completed the full compendium within the Dtamra, and Mastered them all. After Luang Phu Tao Hlaa had nothing left to teach Luang Phu Pha, Luang Phu Pha went onwards to seek Wicha from the Great Luang Phu Kong of Wat Ban Thon. Luang Phu Kong was a direct Looksit who had practiced under the Great Arahant Monk Luang Phu Mun Puritatto, and possessed a great many powerful Wicha.. He also received some Wicha from Luang Phu Jant Horm of Wat Ban Gor Ae, a very Powerful Master of that Time.

Kata Bucha Hun Payont Phii Yaan

Bprasitti Katā Sitti Gammang Sitti Garisang

Hun Payont Amulets Luang Phu Pha

Buddhist Amulet New Arrivals

17 Feb 17
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Some new arrivals are coming in to store this month, four of which are already added and a lot more to come. So we thought we would bring you a preview on the blog news section to whet your appetites with what’s still to come, as we step up the growth of Buddhist Amulet store to increase the choice of amulets for you.

New Amulets Already in Store;

Some new Nam Man Prai Oils are being added, with one kind already added to store in lare and small size bottles, the Nam Man Prai Taep Ranjuan Takrut Mont Sanaeh Khun Phaen, by Luang Phu Khaw Haeng, of Wat Dtaban Satatam.

Nam Man Prai Taep Ranjuan Mont Pra Khun Phaen Luang Phu Khaw Haeng

You can expect a lot more additions this month of high calibre powerful amulets to grace the storefront for your perusal, including the following items; A new series of special amulets from Luang Phu Khaw Haeng, spearheaded by the Duang Ta Arahant (Arahant’s Eye) amulets, some  Choo Chok in Green Prai Oil Serum from Kroo Ba Jao Bun Lerd. Dueay Ngu Hlueam Python Spur from Luang Phu Waen Gaay,  Hun Payont Phii Yaan golems from Luang Phu Pha, of Wat Dueay Gai. Some Hoeng Prai Pra Ngang Magic Candles with Nam Man Prai Phials for Ritual Spells, from Pra Ajarn Aek. Some See Pheung from Luang Por Aditaep. Sastrawut Grich Ritual Knives with Himapant Animals, See Pheung Taep Ranjuan Pra Khun Phaen, and a host of other amazing amulets – coming to store this month.


Two tailed gecko amulets by Pra Ajarn Supasit

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Paya Jing Jok Sorng Hang Maha Sanaeh, by Pra Ajarn Supasit of Wat Bang Nam Chon.

Two tailed gecko

Enjoy the slideshow of the latest Animist gecko charms (Paya Jing Jok Sorng Hang Maha Sanaeh), from Pra Ajarn Supasit of Wat Bang Nam Chon, as a short slideshow which if they interest you can be accessed in the store, by following the link at the bottom of this article.

 

Paya  Jingjok Sorng  hang, is an ancient Animist Sorcery, which is very popular with both ladies man and the gay community, and is going to be effective in both gambling and introduction as well as increasing business success . Metta Mahaniyom, Maha Sanaeh, Maha Lap.

You can find this amulet, and more from the same Master, by clicking on the following link: Amulets by Pra Ajarn Supasit Wat Bang Nam Chon 

Kumarn Tong Jao Samrit sitting on Ghost Whisperer Skull gambling amulet

10 Apr 14
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Made from sacred alchemical brazen metals, smelted together from ingots of smelted ancient artifacts, made into blocks. The blocks are then covered, with inscriptions of magic spells and sacred geometry pentacles (Yant). Sacre Necromantic Bone and Ashes powders and Nam Man Prai of a Mae Nang Prai Tang Glom mother and child Hoeng Prai Ghost.

Pra Ajarn Supasit of Wat Bang Nam Chon has made these small portable and extremely finely honed and crafted pieces of miniature Buddhist art as portable amulets, to carry your little spirit helper around with you throughout the day, and call upon him, to assist you in your activities. 

 

Kumarn Tong Jao Samrit - Pra Ajarn Supasit - Wat Bang Nam Chon

Kumarn Tong Jao Samrit – Pra Ajarn Supasit – Wat Bang Nam Chon

The imagery consists of the image of the golden child sitting on the skul of a hoeng prai grasip.;

The Kumarn Tong Jao Samrit is useful for assisting in all kinds of activities, such as gambling, seduction, and sealing deals, making sales in the professional executive management corporate  business, and commerce. Because this spirit ghost is accompanied by the ghost of a Hoeng Prai Grasip, which has been invoked to accompany the child’s spirit, The amulet hence possesses the power to whisper hints and give forewarnings of lucky streaks, and numbers, for use in gambling, and lottery, and even of dangers to be avoided.

The word ‘samrit’ is a word play with the word ‘samrej, related because Thai language was derived from Pali language, and Devanaghiri Sanskrit. As far as our written characters in Thailand consumed these were created using the traditional Sanskrit lettering and also incorporation of Khmer Sanskrit letters too, for their written language, to adapt into a written Thai script, and even embellish upon an incorporated within their written language. Actually, the two words were made out of what was initially one basic concept. ‘Samrit’ means bronze, whereas ‘samrej’ means, to have completed one’s goals, and attained success. Professional, economic, and social success, is therefore the goal of this amulet.

Kumarn Tong by Pra Ajarn Supasit of Wat Bang Nam Chon - especially recommended ladies small size and for all

Kumarn Tong by Pra Ajarn Supasit of Wat Bang Nam Chon – especially recommended to ladies, for its small portable size, and also an excellent amulet, for all Gamblers.

Pra Ajarn Supasit is known for making only incredibly small amounts of Amulets, each of which has its own series number and embossed code. We cannot guarantee which number will be sent for this would make our administrative tasks too difficult. However, we guarantee each amulet is individual and it’s Series number is a mark of authenticity which can give you confidence in its speculative value in the future for its ease of authentication process through recognition. 

 

Pra Ajarn Supasit - Wat Bang Nam Chon

Pra Ajarn Supasit – Wat Bang Nam Chon

Rapidly increasing value type amulets almost always possess these codes which are of the publicized, and the secretly embossed method. This is a great asset to his amulet collectors, for the presence of these inscribed recognition codes upon this amulet. In addition this grandmaster, only focuses on making small numbered editions, of coded series amulets, which all have immensely high-quality artistic & original designs, as well as high-powered ingredients of magical origin.

 Kumarn Tong

Please note; some of the photos in this post, show a slight crack in the surface of the casing. We apologize for not having noticed during the photo shoot, but we guarantee that all amulets send will not have any cracks in the casing. It was just not noticed during the time we were making the photos. All I mean let’s will have perfect casing when they arrive.

Kata to call the Kumarn Tong (Kata Riak Gumarn Tong)

Aehi Kumaaro Aehi Kumaaree Aehi Rak Yom Aehi Prai Tong Bpiyang Ma Ma

Bpudt-Dtang Wasaayadti Aaragkhaana Bpajjayo
Rao Rak Yom Kumarn Tong Jong Maa Aehi Ma Ma

(Can be used for Rak Yom, Kumarn Tong, Prai Faed, Prai Tong)

Alternative Version;
Om Paniji Jaeruni Pantang Aehi Ma Ma

When you go places or enter and leave buildings you should speak to the Kumarn in your heart to accompany you.

When you eat, you should speak in your heart that the Kumarn should come to eat with you. Make a separate offering do not give from your own plate.

The Kumarn will call friends. customers and riches to you, lovers and admirers, and will chase away enemies and protect you and your household and family.

When bringing the Kumarn into the home for the first time, you should tell the Kumarn that the people in the house are friends and that the Kumarn should accept and look after them too.

Kata for empowerment of Kumarn Tong 

Aehi Gumaarang Udti Uni Na Ang Idti Putto

Kata for calling the Kumarn to eat.

Jadturapuudtaanang Ahang Waayang Ammahaara Kumaarang Kumarn Tong Maa Rap Pochanaa Aakajchaahi Dtiwadtabpo Aakajchaaya Maa Look Maa (Luang Por Jong, Wat Na Tang Nork, Ayuttaya).

Kata Pluk Kumarn Tong

Na Ma Pa Ta Gumaara Phuudti Bpadti Ruu Bpang Naama Dtae Laapo Namo Hoemi (Chant 3 Times to Awaken the Kumarn)

นะมะพะทะ กุมาระภูติ ปะติรูปัง นามะเตลาโภ นะโมโหมิ

Kata Perm Rit Kumarn Tong (Charge up Power)

Dtaadta Paya Bpudt-Dta Aehi Jidt-Dtang Bpiyang Ma Ma

Kata Atithaan Kumarn Tong (Ask for Wishes to be Granted)

(Maha Namasakara x 3 first)

Ja Pa Ga Sa Jid-Dta Mahaa Jidt-Dtang Bpiyang Ma Ma

Kata Gamgab Kumarn Tong (To Command the Kumarn on a Mission)

Gumaarang Bpadt Sandtang Plaay Yanaa Mahaa Su Wi Sae Tha Itti Rit Mutu Dtaanang Sud Suu Sang Mahaa Chanaa Dti

Kata Adtithaan Khor Lap
(Use to make wishes and ask for Lucky Blessings, or to win the Hearts of Others).

Aehi Jidt-Dtang Jidt-Dta Pantang Pakinimae Jidt-Dtang Pantang Bpiyang Ma Ma

Pra Ajarn SupasitKumarn Tong Jao Samrit – Golden Child with Prai Grasip Whispering Gambling Ghost of Hoeng Prai Deva. 

(hold the amulet between palms and in praying position between the eyebrows, chant three times and blow onto the amulet, making your wish).

Kata Kumarn Tong Prai Faed (Kumarn Tong Twins M/F)

Om Kumaaro Kumaarang Kumaarii Kumarn Tong Phlaeng Rit Hai Choke Hai Laap Kaa Khaay Gam Rai Dii Ma – A -U Om Kumarii Kumarn Tong Jong Phlaeng Rit Maa Chuay Dua Therd Aehi Jidt-Dtang Bpiyang Ma Ma Maa Ma Maa Maa Aehi Aehi Om Na Mo Put Taa Ya Ja Pa Ga Sa Ma – A – U Na Ma Pa Ta

 If you wish to view this amulet in the store, you can find it here, Kumarn Tong Jao Samrit Pra Ajarn Supasit Wat Bang Nam Chon

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

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

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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

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.

Somdej Ongk Pathom Loi Ongk Statuette – Luang Phu Phad – Wat Rai

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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 (Wishfulfilling Buddha Amulet) – Kroo Ba Buddha – Wat Nong Bua Kam

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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