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Pra Lila Thung Sethee Pim Lek 2507 BE Sacred Clay Walking Buddha Ancient Amulet - Luang Por Te - Wat Sam Ngam
Pra Lila Thung Sethee Walking Buddha amulet in sacred Clay with Oily Balms from the Great Master Monk of Wat San Ngam in Nakorn Pathom; Luang Por Te Kong Ton.
This classic is a 'Pim Lek' Miniature version, which was also made in Pim Yai large version, and was released in the year 2507 BE.
This particular exhibit is an extremely well preserved and beautiful example, that is of the highest sacred Value for the Devotees of Luang Por Te, and of the Buddha.
A sacred Yantra is inscribed on the rear face with astrological spells for Serm Duang Karma Improvement, Metta, and Maha Lap Wealthy Fortunes
Wadtumongkol by LP Te;
LP Te would make amulets in various manners using different methods, mostly during the Second World War. Every single edition or type of amulet he made was the cause of miraculous events which have become legends that are still told of to this day.
He never really focused much on finding artists or developing any kind of fine Buddhist art out of the amulet design, rather focused entirely on the empowerment and gave little importance, or at least second place, to the elegance of design or features of his amulets.
Luang Por Te, was the creator of the famous Kumarn Tong effigies which his apprentice now continues the lineage of at Wat Sam Ngam. LP Te was an Immensely famous and able Gaeji Master Guru Monk whose equanimity and magic power is legendary around the world.
His Kumarn Tong statues and other amulets are worshipped by devotees from all continents on the planet, and the large number of people who claim to have had overturning success after making Bucha to his amulets is a further proof of the effectivity of his amulets and of his ability to empower them properly.
He was intensely aiming for the highest concentration of Puttakun Power for people to have some portable form of protection to carry with them. Most of his amulets were made from 'Nuea Din Aathan' (magical earths and powders), which he had collected and mixed, namely earths from;
7 Salt Licks or Marshes, 7 cemeteries, crab earth balls, and other powerful pieces of the Earth goddess that have witnessed ir are inhabited by magical forces. On the rear face of all his amulets, his name is always embossed 'Luang Por Te'.
The Dtugadtaa Tong;
LP Te's most famous creation of course is the Dtugadtaa Tong effigy (Kumarn Tong). He received the Wicha of making them from Luang Lung Daeng. He would sculpt them and bake them from clay made with magical earths, and distribute them to local devotees. So many people told stories of amazing improvements in income and household well-being after using his Dtagadtaa Tong that his story has become a Worldwide Phenomenon.
The Pra Lila walking Buddha amulets has its own pantheon in various regions of Thailand, including Kampaeng Paetch, Kampaeng Niw, Supan Buri and Sukhothai - the Pra Lila Thung Sethee is a particular type of this category of ancient amulet, which is officially known as the Pra Thung Sethee, and whose original model was a Pra kru amulet found in the Kru Thung Sethee archeological find in Kampaeng Paetch and has various modelsthe most famous being the Met Khanun (Jackfruit seed shape).
The Pra Lila Thung Sethee is a walking Buddha in the periodic style of the Sukhothai Era, and is indeed said to have been originally made by King Pra Maha Tamma Racha during that Periodic era.
It can easily be seen, that Luang Por Te has mixed his powerful See Pheung and Nam Man Prai Oils into the sacred Powders of these amulets, which makes them of course especially powerful, and lends a very attractive sheen to the surface texture in the aesthetic sense too.
Luang Por Te passed away on the 25th December 2524 at the age of 80 years old, 6 months, 10 days. It was his 59th year of Ordination as a Bhikkhu. His remains are currently held on display for his Devotees to worship at the temple of Wat Sam Ngam.