Pra Somdej Pim Chedi Norn Wat Lakorn Tam by Luang Phu Nak of Wat Rakang, and Luang Por Supoj, of Wat Sutat

Presenting a new video with narrative by Ajarn Spencer Littlewood in our new series of videos ‘Amulet Talk’ which present you with the first of many insightful videos with narratives, to increase your awareness, and to bring interesting aspects of the topic of Thai Buddhist Amulets to you for your enjoyment. We hope this new series of videos provides you with useful study material. This episode of Amulet Talk provides a look at two Pra Somdej Pim Chedi Norn Wat Lakorn Tham, from two great master monks, which feature Buddha images seated over one of the horizontal ‘sleeping’ chedi stupas of Wat Lakorn Tam. We invite you to enjoy the HD Video and Narrative by Ajarn Spencer Littlewood, which gives a basic look at these two amulets which have a semi tenuous relationship to each other, but which are also completely distinct from each other. The Pra Somdej Chedi Norn Wat Lakorn Tham amulets of Luang Phu Nak (Wat Rakang Kositaram) and The Pra Somdej Hwaek Man Pim Chedi Norn of Luang Por Supoj (Wat Sutat).

The amulets represent the two chedi stupas at Wat Lakorn Tam temple, which were built and installed by the great Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto) Prohmrangsri of Wat Rakang Kositaram. The two amulets are made by Luang Phu Nak of Wat Rakang Kositaram in the year 2495 BE (left side in white Puttakun Powders), and from Jao Khun Sri Sonti (Luang Por Supoj) of Wat Sutat, for the Indojin Indo-China Wartime Blessing ceremony, made in Nuea Wan Pasom Pong Gao. There were actually three different masters who made Pra Somdej Pim Chedi Norn, the third being Luang Phu Hin of Wat Rakang Kositaram, whose amulet is not shown in this vide, but which we will show when we obtain an example, in a future video.

Pra Somdej Pim Chedi Norn amulets by Luang Phu Nak of Wat Rakang, and Luang Por Supoj, of Wat Sutat

Both amulets from both masters (who were colleagues of each other), were made using broken pieces of ancient Pra Somdej Wat Rakang Kositaram amulets from the time of Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto) Prohmrangsri. The amlets are however distinct, and made at different times, with different designs, the only things in common truly being the Muan Sarn Sacred Powder content using ancient Pra Somdej Wat Rakang Kositaram, and the imagery of the sleeping Chedi Stupas of Wat Sutat. otherwise, the Buddha images and their outer arches, and daises, are distinct and apart from each other. For example, the Buddha on the Pra Somdej Chedi Norn Luang Phu Nak has a single tiered dais, whereas the Buddha on the Pra Somdej Chedi Norn Luang Por Supoj, has four tiered dais.


Pra Put Chin Dtakua Luang Por Dam Wat Kuti

Ancient Amulet Presents the legendary and extremely rare Pra Pim Pra Put Nuea Chin Dtakua Fang Khiaw Hmaa Pha, Leaden Buddha Amulet with Magic Spell and Wolf’s Tooth Inserts.

The Pra Pim Pra Put Dtakua Fang Khiaw Hmaa Pha, was one of a variety of different Pim (models), wich Luang Por Dam created by taking already pre-existing designs from other great temples and masters, and using them to make these amulets, forging them with alchemical metallurgy into leaden statuettes. Empowered with insertion of a magic spell in Sacred Khom Agkhara, on a piece of parchment paper, and a wolf’s canine tooth.

It is a legend that when Luang Por Dam traveled on Tudong from Cambodia, to stay at Wat Kuti, there were two leaden Singha Lions in front of the Uposatha Shrineroom.  One time, the local temple orphans would drag to the middle of the rice field and play with them every day for days on end.  The children would go hoome and leave the lions in the field.

However, Lions would somehow find their own way back to the front of the Uposatha, without anyone having to go and get them. Nobody in the temple knew how they got back in place. The lions wold return to their original place every evening without anyone ever seeing them being brought back.

It was these lions which Luang Por Dam took, to use as the base leaden Chanuan metal for the forging of the mercurial alloy, to be cast into amulets.

Luang Por Dam was an olden days Khmer Sorceror Monk who stayed at Wat Kuti in the Pre Modern Era (passed before 2500 BE). He is said to have been of the same Generation and approximate age of the Great Luang Phu Suk of  Wat Pak Klong Makham Tao. Nobody has ever been able to compile a full biography of this monk, whose Khmer past is obscured from history. Luang Por Dam made his amulets in his own inimitable way with his own particular metho, which came from his Khmer Sorcery Wicha. He was able to manipulate alchemical metals and to ‘riak parort’, which means ‘to call alchemical mercury’. He would make the amulets by bthe alchemical method of using Incantations and meditative prowess to call the mercury to flow to him and guide them into the casting molds with magical spellcasting.

Ancient Leaden Buddha Amulet with Wolf Tooth Luang Por Dam

Apart from being famous for Kong Grapan Chadtri Klaew Klaad and ‘Gan Sadtw Pit Raay’ (protect against poisonous beasts), the amulets of Luang Por Dam are known for their power to erase Black Magick. It is said that if a house is cursed, or there are any sorcerous magical spells influencing the house, to walk in with one of Luang Por Dam’s amulets will dispel the curse or Black Magick Immediately, dispersing it and banishing it.

In those olden times, as Luang Por Dam would make amulets for the devotees at the temple, he became famous from many stories of miraculous lifesaving events connected with his amulets. Ranging from people being attacked by bandits and shot at at point blank range, but the guns would not fire, to surviving deadly accidents in the face of certain death.

But his amulets also then became famous outside of his locality and to spread around the provinces, because of Rice. Luang Por Dam’s temple needed rice, and Luang Por Dam would also have to go to Sara Buri township often to get rice for the temple, and would take his amulets to exchange with the market farmers for rice.

In the beginning, not many people took much notice, but he would exchange one amulet for a cart of rice with some traders. But after some time, there were some devotees who payed reverence and gave alms to Luang Por Dam, and recieved an amulet as a gift from him for their kindness. The devotees took the amulet and hung it up against a tree to test it with a revolver, by shooting at it, but however they tried, the gun wold not shoot when pointed at the amulet.

The amulets of Luang Por Dam of Wat Kuti are now extremely rare to encounter, and are highly renowned for their powerful Kong Grapan Chadtri, Maha Ud, Klaew Klaad and Gan Sadtw Pit Raay Powers.

His first edition came to be, because of the Thai devotees of the area hearing of Luang Por Dam being from the Khmer side of the order, and that he was a Tudong Forest Monk, so they came to ask him for a way to prevent the Black Magick spells which were being placed on them using Khmer Necromancy and Black Magick.

Luang Por Dam then made his first edition, using the wolf’s teeth inserts, which are now so rare and famously powerful, with Anti Black Magick and Kong Grapan Chadtri Maha Ud Klaew Klaad Protective Sorcery to keep his devotees safe and banish any evil curses they may have had afflicting them.

The wolfs teeth were obtained by Luang Por Dam, as he was wandering through the forests of the Khao Gaew Jungle, and he came upon the scene of a pile of skeletons of wolves, and a couple of tiger skeletons, all in one area. He concluded that the wolves must have died in their struggle with the tigers, but that the wolves, despite being much smaller, were as brave and fearless and just as much a fierce hunter as the much larger tiger himself. He took the teeth and empowered them throughout his Tudong wandering times with Maha Amnaj, Maha Ud, Klaew Klaad and Kong Grapan Chadtri Magic, for later use, in these amulets.

He made the amulets in various models, including the Pra Put Buddha image, the Pra Pid Ta Pra Pim Pak Pao (single Pidta) up to the Pra Pid Ta Pim Haa Gler (5 sided Pidta), which is known in the present day as ‘Pid Ta Piang Chompoo Haa Gler’.

Ancient Amulet Pra Put Dtakua Fang Khiaw Hmaa Pha

Pra Wanta Sema Luang Phu To 2463 BE Wat Pradoo Chimplee

A closer look, with Macro Photography at the features of the famous classic ancient amulet Pra Wanta Sema 2463 BE, of Luang Phu To (Wat Pradoo Chimplee).

This Pra Wanta Sema, is a truly rare and beautiful ancient amulet, of the pantheon of early era amulets of the great Luang Phu To, of Wat Pradoo Chimplee, the Pra Pim Wanta Sema Nuea Pong Wat Plab. Made from broken pieces of the original Ancient Wat Plab amulets (from which the original Wanta Sema design was taken).

Wanta Sema 2463 BE Amulet Luang Phu To Side View

This edition was released in 2463 BE. Classed within the classic pantheon of the first ever 13 Somdej Type amulets of Luang Phu To, which is one of his Great Pantheons of Millionaire Class Amulets of Ultimate Esteem and International Fame.

The amulet is seen by some as the Sayasana Buddha (Reclining), and others pray to it as an image of King Rama 1 praying to the temple wall at the Royal palace, with Lotus flower in hands (part of ritual ordination), as he was ordained for the traditional practice of Thai Males to become a Buddhist Monk for a time.

Pra Wanta Sema

 

In those days, the Strategic Infantry Command Regiment were the main sponsors of the amulets created for Luang Phu To to bless, and this design was commissioned for Luang Phu To to press and bless, in the 2463 Edition.

Rear face of Pra Wanta Sema Luang Phu To Wat Pradoo Chimplee

The amulet is reminiscent of the original Pra Wanta Sema Wat Plab by Somdej Pra Sangkarach (Suk). Pra Wanta Sema Wat Plab by Somdej Pra Sangkarach (Suk) has some discussion about the image and what or who it represents. The most common legends say, that it depicts a sleeping Buddha in the Saiyasana posture.

Pra Wanta Sema 2463 BE - Nuea Pong Wat Plab Luang Phu To Wat Pradoo Chimplee

But those who are more well studied believe the image to be a depiction of His Majesty the King Rama 1, holding the lotus of ordination, as a Monk and praying to the temple wall, before ordaining into the Sangha for the traditional period which Kings must ordain for. This is most likely the true meaning of the image.

Rear face Pra Wanta Sema 2463 BE - Nuea Pong Wat Plab Luang Phu To

Wat Plab is one of the 10 official temples of the Dtamra Pra Somdej for its Muan Sarn Sacred Powders which belong within the Dtamra of Pra Somdej of Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto) Prohmrangsri Wat Rakang Kositaram.

Macro Close up of the features and visual aspects of front face of Pra Wanta Sema 2463 BE Luang Phu To

Above and below Pics;

Macro Close up of the features and visual aspects of front face of Pra Wanta Sema 2463 BE Luang Phu To. A clear visual close up of the Muan Sarn Sacred Powders can serve the student well to examine and take note of the many different ingredients, and the appearance of the surface, its dryness, porosity, and the secrets of the interior content (where cracks reveal the inner substance).

The close up Macro reveals the authenticity of the Muan Sarn Sacred Powders

Above Pic; The aged surface is both hardened, dry and dense, and reveals the true characteristics of natural aging process over time, making it easy to authenticate.

Macro closeup of Muan Sarn Sacred Powders Pra Wanta Sema

This type of clear-to-recognise features make the amulet a ‘Pra Tae Doo Ngaay’ (Easy to see as Real). The surface of the amulet has a crinkled effect to it, where the Muan Sarn Sacred Powders have dried, and shrink inwards closing the gaps between the particles of powder, and tiny cracks have formed all over the surface as the amulet has shrunk from within over time, as it dries and hardens.

The rear face is always the most important surface area for study once the front face features (Pim) have been confirmed to one's satisfaction

The rear face is always the most important surface area for study once the front face features (Pim) have been confirmed to one’s satisfaction, and authenticated.

Examination of the Muan Sarn Sacred Powders and surface features of the rear face, allows a much more accurate and detailed study of the content of the Muan Sarn, without obstruction of any design to obscure sight of the uniform raw surface features.

Muan Sarn Sacred Powders of rear face of amulet

The rear face surface shows a fine gossamer layer of mildew formation, which ranges in tonality from black, to brown, to light gray.

This is also an important aspect of examining the ‘Kraap’ mildew on the surface of ancient amulets; Namely, that most authentic amulets will have a non-uniform surface tonality to the Kraap Kru Mildew, and that Fake amulets, tend to have a Uniform colour and tonality to the surface mildew.

This is because it is almost impossible to spray a fake mildew onto an amulet, and make it have hundreds of different colours and tones to it, which is something that only happens with natural aging and atmospheric weather changes over many years of time.

Macro closeup of Muan Sarn Sacred Powders of amulet (rear face)

Fake mildew is more uniform, and the true authentic mildew is far more complex in its appearance. Please take note of this when examining amulets, and use the ‘Kraap Kru’ mildew as one of your authentication reference tools.

Once one has examined front and rear face of an amulet, one should then continue on to peruse and examine the edges of the amulet, which will reveal its aging.

One should peruse the cracks arisen through contraction, one is able to determine if the front and rear face surface appearance fits with what the edges reveal, as far as atmospheric changes, and under which conditions the amulet has been worn or kept over the years.

For example, if the edges reveal that the amulet has contracted over a long time of constant dryness, but the surface of the front and rear reveal moisture exposure, then something would be amiss wouldn’t it?

If the front face and rear face say the amulet has experienced multiple changes of moist to dry atmospheres, then the edges should also state the same. Of course, this is not an easy art to train the eye in, and you need to examine many amulets over many years to be able to see what the expert sees.

Wat Plab has always been a temple that Luang Phu To was afilliated with and whose Muan Sarn Sacred Powders he always used in the making of his famously priceless amulets. The Muan Sarn Sacred Powders for the Pra Wanta Sema Luang Phu To, are indeed also composed of mainly broken pieces of original Wat Plab amulets, along with the other Sacred Ingredients which Luang Phu To would ubiquitously mix into the Muan Sarn, for all his amulets.

Wat Plab amulets are a sacred powder type amulet using a mixture of ground sea shells, pollens and flowers, incense powders, temple wall bricks. The mixture used by Somdej Pra Sangkarach (Suk) was the basic formula of Pra Somdej made before any other ever, and is thus the keystone of Pra Somdej amulet making, and the origin of the Pra Somdej Wat Rakang.

The Pim Wanta Sema 2463 Luang Phu To was released in the classic famous 13 Pra Somdej First Edition. The 13 Famous Pim, were made by Luang Phu To with the greatest passion and Highest Effort through Pure Intention, and had the intention to make them as Truly powerful as was possible.

He spent a long time with much effort to find the rarest, most powerful and sacred herbs, woods and relic ingredients for the Muan Sarn used in the making of the Sacred Powders used for his Amulet.

Most Pim were pressed by Luang Phu himself with his own hand, but he had help in assembling the Muan Sarn and many menial tasks from the Samaneras and the Lay Masters of Wat Plab temple. This is of course part of the reason that the Amulets of Luang Phu To possess Sacred Powders of Wat Plab in them too.

The Great Masters of Wat Plab in Bangkok Yai revealed their secrets to Luang Phu, about the mixing of Muan Sarn. It is a hardly known inner secret, that, all of the Great Masters with great Wicha, passed through Wat Plab, to receive the Wicha and secrets of the Mastery of the Pra Piti Haa (5 Piti Jhana Control).

They revealed to him the secrets of making ‘Pong Lob’ Sacred Powders, according to the Dtamra Pra Somdej of Ajarn Saeng, who is reputed to have taught the Dtamra of Pra Somdej making to Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto_ Prohmrangsri (Wat Rakang Kositaram).

It is Pra Ajarn Saeng, who some groups believe is the True Discoverer of the Hin Sila stone with the Dtamra Somdej hidden within it. The debate on this issue may continue forever, for proof is unfound.

One other major base ingredient of the Muan sarn used in this first edition of Luang Phu To’s Amulet Trajectory, was a type of ‘Pong Wised’ (Special powder) or ‘Pong Puttakun), which was colected over many years by Luang Phu To, as he wandered on Forest Tudong. Often he would travel together with Luang Por Sodh (Wat Pak Nam Pasi Jaroen), and another Famous Monk of that time whose name has been lost from all documentation.

Luang Phu To of Wat Pradoo Chimplee was one of the greatest Masters of the Last Century, and a Highly revered Monk around the whole Kingdom of Thailand. he was Respected and revered by His Majesty Our great King, who was a close friend and companion.

Luang Phu To Wat Pradoo Chimplee with His Majesty the King Bhumipol Adulyadej

This Great Monk achieved his status through his Great deeds and his great Diligence in his Patipatā (Practice of Purity and Renunciation), and in his Great Attainments in Dhamma Pariyatti and Dhamma Patipatā.

Pra Wanta Sema 2463 BE

His Blessings are believed to possess the most powerful protective power, and to increase success and prosperity. His amulets are both highly revered for their sacred Power of Protection and Prosperity, but also as a connection and Buddhanissati reminder of the Great Guru master, to beseech his blessings through the amulet.

 

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Ancient Amulet presents the first in a new series of V-Logs, called ‘Amulet Talk’, introducing you to the various ways of examining amulets, to help you develop your skills and powers of observation. This first episode begins with a basic look at the front face of the Pra Somdej Pim Kaiser Ok Krut Siarn Badtr, Lai Sen Edition, by the Late Great Luang Por Pae, of Wat Pikul Tong, in Singhburi.

 

Pra Somdej Kaiser Ok Krut Siarn Badtr Lai Sen Luang Por Pae Wat Pikul Tong

Pra Somdej Kaiser Ok Krut Siarn Badtr Lai Sen Luang Por Pae Wat Pikul Tong

 

The Pra Somdej Lai Sen Edition is a very early era edition from Luang Por Pae, and a very rare model within his large pantheon of amulets. This exhibit is in pristine condition and an extremely attractive example, hence even more rare for its excellence. Its features and ageing characteristics are perfect for study and appreciation.

 

Rear face Pra Somdej Kaiser Luang Por Pae Lai Sen

Rear face Pra Somdej Kaiser Luang Por Pae Lai Sen

 

The rear face of the amulet has the Cameo image of Luang Por Pae (side view), with his signature underneath, in his handwriting, which is why this edition became known as the ‘signature’ edition. The base of the amulet has some Pong Wised Sacred Powder Paste inserted into the Muan Sarn Sacred Powders of the amulet, according to Luang Por Pae’s Traditional Wicha. This edition is highly revered for the presence of hair of Luang Por Pae within the sacred Clay mixture.

 

Special Magic Powders inserted into base of amulet

Special Magic Powders inserted into base of amulet

 Amd so on to the V-Log, for your enjoyment and perusal, amd hopefully, your satisfaction for our work to bring you kncreasd knowledge and research material for the Ancient Amulet Genre;

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Pra U-Tong Awk Seuk (Pra Pong Supan)

Pra U-Tong Awk Seuk – Jong Ang Seuk Edition 2510 BE – Wat Pra Sri Radtana Maha Tat (Supanburi)

The ‘Pra U-Tong Awk Seuk’ amulet, was made and first blessed in the year 1510 BE in a large Buddha Abhiseka Blessing ceremony at Wat Pra Sri Radtana Maha Tat temple, in Supanburi. One can see that the amulet is indeed the same features as the classic Pra Kru Pong Supan, ancient Pra-Kru hiding place amulet of Supanburi Province, whose original archeological find of U-Tong Era amulets was of course also at Wat Pra Sri Radtana Maha Tat. This is of course intentional, but in the case of this edition, was given the special name of Pra U-Tong Awk Seuk’

The amulet is known as the ‘Jong Ang Seuk’ edition, because a large number of them (25,700 amulets) were sent to distribute to the soldiers who had travelled to fight in the Vietnam War, to protect them in battle. The remainder of the amulets which were not sent to the warriors on the front lines, were not distributed at first, and were passed through a further 2 Buddha Abhiseka blessing ceremonies. The first of those further two ceremonies was held between the 2nd and 10th March 2511 Be, and the second extra blessing ceremony was held on the 13th April 2511 BE. Thereafter, most of the remaining amulets were distributed to civil servants and those in governmental offices, and the last remaining amulets were then kept stored away in the Kru Hiding Chamber in the year 2512 BE

The Pra U-Tong Awk Seuk is a classic and historically famous edition of Wat Pra Sri Radtana Mahatat, in Supannburi, that is modelled in similarity to the Pra Pong Supan’Pim Hnaa Gae’ Benjapakee amulet of Supreme Fame and Reverence. Although this edition is commonly known to have the Pim Hnaa Gae Nang Samadhi Khat Paetch Meditating Buddha Image (both hands clasped together facing upwards on the lap), there were actually also some models made, which have a Buddha Image seated in the Mara Vichai (Conquering Mara) Posture, with one hand reaching down to touch the earth.

The Muan Sarn and features of the amulet are rich in Nuances, and provide and excellent exhibit for viewing as study material for the Pra Pong Supan Pim Hnaa Gae type amulet, and its features.

Klaew Klaad Maha Amnaj, Serm Yos, Kong Grapan Chadtri, Maha Ud Power for those in lines of duty where the ability to instil confidence and trust, convince others of your will, and survive great dangers, increase status and chances of promotion. Such are the powers of the Pra U-Tong Awk Seuk Jong Ang Seuk Pong Supan amulet, and all Pra Pong Supan of the Benjapakee Class family of amulets.

Monks present in the ceremony included Luang Por Mui (Wat Don Rai), Luang Por Thin (Wat Pa Lelai, in Supanburi), Luang Por Khom (Wat Rong Phai Wua, Supanburi), Luang Por Huad, (Wat Don Po Tong), Luang Por Pae (Wat Pikul Tong), Luang Por An (Wat Prayatikaram, Ayuttaya), Luang Por Tim (Wat Pra Khaw, Ayuttaya), Luang Por Ngern (Wat Don Yai Horm),and Luang Por Noi (Wat Dhamma Sala, Nakorn Pathom), amongst a total of 69 Guru Masters present in all.

Pra U-Tong Awk Seuk (Pra Pong Supan)

Pra Kru Luang Por Ngern Amulets found at Wat Khao Pra Dtai

Presenting you with knowledge about Ancient Amulets with the 2553 BE discovery of Pra Luang Por Ngern Hiding Place amulets in a Find from the Temple of Wat Khao Pra Dtai. The edition is officially accepted, and assumed to have been placed under the pillars of the Sala Mai Gao temple salon in 2462 BE. Luang Por Ngern is one of Thailand’s Top ten Most Revered Buddha-Monk Images, for whom the Blessings of Riches and Protection are the most Highly Reputed for their Miraculous Power.

25 different Pim of amulets, were found buried in ‘Hai’ ancient clay pots, in the 2533 BE discovery dig at the temple of Wat Khao Pra Dtai.

They are assumed and officially accepted by the temple and the collector scene as having been buried and hidden there in the year 2462 BE, as LP Ngern was at the temple to inaugurate the Sala Mai, and due to the fact that a few examples of amulets in the pots had the date 2460 stamped on the base of the amulets.

The amulets were mostly quite badly damaged, with only about a third of them being made from cast metal, and the remaining two thirds being made from sacred powder and clay. Hence, only a limited number of these amulets were able to be restored. There were a number of different types metal substances in the amulets found, including Sacred Alloys based in Gold, Silver, Bronze, Copper, Iron, and Lead. The versions found made in ‘Nuea Loha’, are highly preferred.

A very few of them were found in some examples to be ‘Piak Tong’ (wet gold effect), which instantly became ‘Niyom’ (preferred) amulets and the price of them rose much higher than other models. This golden coating method was a method used applying a specific method used in the early Ratanakosin Era of the Ayuttaya Kingdom. It is not used anymore in its particular method.

Some of the amulets were kept with the ‘Kraap Kru’ earth and mildew growths on the surface of the amulets. Others were cleaned to reveal their design features and the metallic sheen, leaving just enough Kraap Kru to enhance their beauty, and reveal their origin.

Pra Kru Luang Por Ngern Wat Khao Pra Dtai Archeological Find

The amulets were discovered as the ‘Sala Mai Gao’ wooden shelter salon was removed to build a new one, and some pots were uncovered under the pillars of the Sala Building, as well as hidden underneath the Main Buddha Image within the Building.

We have sourced a few of these rare amulets, and are adding them to the storefront showroom as fast as time permits. We have spent a long time studying and researching to authenticate and deliver proper reference information about the amulets, which we highly recommend as an ultra affordable amulet for those who seek an alternative to the Pra Luang Por Ngern Pim Niyom Wat Bang Klan First edition Amulet, which are both no longer affordable, nor easily available to anybody except millionaires.

The temple of Wat Khao Pra Dtai has released an official book of this find and documents the edition and its 25 or so different Pim (models), and confirms in its historical records, that Luang Por Ngern himself came to install and bless the Sila Reuks Foundation Stone at the temple and built the Sala Mai Gao building, which explains well, how the Luang Por Ngern amulets got placed under the feet of each pillar, under the foundations of the building.

None of us were present back there in 2460+ BE to witness the events, and so, as always, it is a matter of personal faith as to what oneself concludes as to the origins of an ancient amulet of esteem, but with all the information gathered, and the reputability of the sources of the information (The Temple Itself), makes this recent discovery of what are almost certainly original Luang Por Ngern Wat Bang Klan Amulets from the Hand of the Master Himself, and are Master Class Amulets that are for now, the best alternative to the first edition Pra Luang Por Ngern Roop Lor and Rian Job amulets of World Famous Status, and Millionaire Price-Tags.

This find has become a Classic and Highly revered Edition as it falls ever more into the eye of the General Public. Its rise in popularity is now incremental to the rapid speed with which news of its existence is spreading like wildfire, due to the modern age of social networking, and devotees of LP Ngern are sharing their experiences and knowledge on the internet, which has in turn caused this edition to explode in the speed of its rise to popularity and obtain its Master-Class Status.

The Pra Luang Por Ngern Kru Wat Khao Pra Dtai, is just as Sacred and Powerful, and Beautiful, as the Millionaire Price-Tag Models, except they do not carry such a large Price-Tag. For this reason, Who would not wish to own one of these amulets, before they also become unavailable, and carry a Millionaire Price-Tag of their own. The Pra Luang Por Ngern Pim Khee Dta is a perfect Heirloom Amulet to keep in the family for generations, and a Sacred Memorial of Luang Por Ngern Wat Bang Klan, that is still very affordable considering its origins.

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Ancient Amulet’s Top Recommendation for 2015 -Sacred Ancient Amulets from Luang Phu Tim (Wat Laharn Rai), and Luang Phu To (Wat Pradoo Chimplee).This now ever-increasingly famous and sought out 2516 BE edition, from Wat Sri Palotay, in Chonburi, has now become one of the most favored and hunted additions in recent times, especially in collectors circles, and with the Devotees of the two great master monks of the last half century; Luang Phu Tim (Wat Laharn Rai), and Luang Phu To (Wat Pradoo Chimplee). 

Pra Somdej Kaiser 2516 BE Luang Phu Tim Wat Sri Palotay

Pra Somdej Kaiser 2516 BE Luang Phu Tim Wat Sri Palotay

The reason for this, is that News has now got out around the Nation, that these amulets were empowered and blessed by the Great Luang Phu Tim, and Luang Phu To, with Muan Sarn Sacred Powders from Luang Phu Tim being added to the sacred clay amulets. 

Rear face Pra Somdej Kaiser Wat Sri Palotay

Rear face Pra Somdej Kaiser Wat Sri Palotay

These amulets, have the obvious presence of Pong Prai Kumarn, and other famous Muan Sarn Sacred Powders, known to come from the hand of Luang Phu Tim. This edition is now slowly taking on immense preference and popularity, even faster than the Wat Pai Lom amulets.

Pra Somdej Prok Po Luang Phu Tim 2516 BE Wat Sri Palotay

Pra Somdej Prok Po Luang Phu Tim 2516 BE Wat Sri Palotay

 This is due to the fact that since Luang Phu Tim’s first generation amulets became depleted, and only available to Millionaires, this subsequently, has caused the second tier of more commonly known amulets blessed by Luang Phu Tim, such as the Wat Pai Lom edition, to also suffer rapid depletion, and disappearance of the edition from the marketplace. 

Rear face Pra Somdej Prok Po Luang Phu Tim Wat Sri Palotay

Rear face Pra Somdej Prok Po Luang Phu Tim Wat Sri Palotay

The Wat Sri Palotay edition was not recognised until 2011, and hence has till now escaped the speculators and collectors and evaded their hands, allowing these amulets to still be avaialable whilst they are still not featured in the Nationwide News.

This will however happen, and it is only a matter of time before this series of amulets blessed, empowered and with Muan Sarn Sacred Powders from Luang Phu Tim and Luang Phu To, is also only to be found in collector catalogies, competitions, and the showcases of millionaires.

Pra Pid Ta Pim Thaan Glom 2516 BE Luang Phu Tim - Wat Sri Palotay

Pra Pid Ta Pim Thaan Glom 2516 BE Luang Phu Tim – Wat Sri Palotay

 Blessed in 2516 BE, at Wat Sri Palotay in Chonburi, with the great Luang Phu Tim and Luang Phu To presiding over the Buddha Abhiseka Blessing Ceremony. The amulets were distributed to local Devotees, but were mostly hidden for later unearthing and distribution.

 

Rear face Pra Pid Ta Wat Sri Palotay 2516 BE

Rear face Pra Pid Ta Wat Sri Palotay 2516 BE

Various different models were released in this edition including various Pra Pid Ta, Pra Somdej, Pra Pud, and other amulets. Some mode,s, such as the Pid Ta, were made in different versions or sizes. 

Pra Pid Ta Thaan Liam Wat Sri Palotay 2516 BE Blessed by Luang Phu Tim

Pra Pid Ta Thaan Liam Wat Sri Palotay 2516 BE Blessed by Luang Phu Tim

The edition is highly recommended to colkect before they become yet another rarity that is eyond the affordable reach of the general devotee, and can be considered a definite future classic of World Famous Status.  

Rear face of Pra Pid Ta 2516 bE Luang Phu Tim

Rear face of Pra Pid Ta 2516 bE Luang Phu Tim

The edition is however already being snapped up by collectors and devotees in Thailand, where news of Luang Phu Tim’s empowerment of the edition has already begun to become widespread, and is causing fervor in the collector communities. This edition is considered to be slowly taking over status from what is currently the most famous remaining edition of Luang Phu Tim’s pantheon of amulets, the Wat Pai Lom series edition, which is also now the top sought after series blessed by Luang Phu Tim. We highly recommend both editions as a wise choice of Sacred Amulets, that have a Grand Future and Highly Ascending Trajectory ahead of them.


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Takrut Hua Jai Maha Burut Bpaed Jam Puak (Takrut of the Heart of 8 kinds of Great Man)
Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree

The Takrut Hua Jai Maha Burut 8 Jam Puak is derived from the sacred and ancient Dtamra reference manual Phra Ajarn Pu Tao that has succeeded from and era nearly 1000 years ago and has continued to prove its power until now. Many Phra Ajarn from all over Southeast Asia have inherited the Wicha but none have mastered it to such an extent as Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree.

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Pra sum gor ancient amulet

Pra Sum Gor Chud 2 – Luang Phu Tim (Wat Laharn Rai) – ‘Nuea Pong Pasom Jinda Manee‘ – This Pra Sum Gor blessed by the Great Luang Phu Tim, was released in aid of the Dhamma, due to needed funds for the temple of Wat Pai Lom, in Amper Ban Kay (Rayong) close to the temple of Luang Phu Tim. 

It was the case with this great master, as is the case with almost all of his surviving apprentice masters such as Luang Por Sakorn, and Luang Phu Sin that, The masters would not release Amulets at his own great temple, but would agree to release Amulets for smaller temples around the area and in other areas, to help in their development for the cause of Buddhism. 

For this reason, most of his famous amulets were released at a large variety of different temples and for many different funding projects which is part of what makes this great master, and his apprenticed masters who are still still alive today, so great, and meritorious. 

Pra Sum Gor Luang Phu Tim

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Bronze Holy Prayer Water + Incense Bowl

Chud Khan Nam Montr + Grathaang Toop (Holy Prayer Water Bowl + Incense Bowl) – Luang Por Prohm – Wat Ban Suan 2553 BE – Only 30 Made

Bronze Holy Prayer Water + Incense Bowl

Sacred Bronze alloy Holy Water Bowl from Luang Por Prohm, Abbot of Wat Ban Suan – the Bowl is fashioned from sturdy Bronze made from Smelting Ancient Sacred Artifacts and Yantra Foils, amulets from Great Masters, into one sacred Alloy. The sides of the Bowl are embellished with the images of Luang Por Iad, Pra Ajarn Kong, and Luang Por Tong Tao, and Luang Por Normo – Empowered with a Host of Southern Khao or Lineage Masters, and released in 2553 BE at Wat Ban Suan Pattalung.

There were Two Editions made of this Holy Water Bowl, one with slightly over 50 made and numbered (previous edition to this one) and this second edition which was made in very limited numbers (30) but without the numbered engraving, which the first edition had.

Bronze Holy Prayer Water + Incense Bowl

Holy Water Bowl; 6 Inches Diameter – Incense Bowl; 5.5 Inches Diameter

The Bowls are a reference issue in Reverence to the Khao or Lineage Masters, and to give the Devotee of Khao or Masters, Ajarn Kong, Ajarn Khun Phaen and Wat Ban Suan an object of Faith to intensify their practice Incredibly, with the Inspiration that is most certain to be received from being able to perform Prayers and Bucha with such Sacred Ritual Paraphernalia at ones disposition.

Bronze Holy Prayer Water + Incense Bowl

Luang Por Prohm is Abbot of Wat Ban Suan, and Looksit of Ajarn Kong, and the Khao Or Magical Lineage. Wat ban Suan is famous for its Black Sticky Rice Spiritual Cleansing Ritual for Kong Grapan and Expulsion of Black Magic, and Good Health.

Bronze Holy Prayer Water + Incense Bowl

The Bowl measures 6 Inches diameter, and comes with sacred Bronze ‘Grathaang Toop’ (Incense Bowl to put sand in for inserting Incense sticks). Both the Khan Nam Montr (Holy Water Bowl) and the Grathaang Toop (Incense Bowl) are covered in Sacred Khom Agkhara lettering with Pali inscription of Prayers and Incantations, and Sacred Yantra design.

Bronze Holy Prayer Water + Incense Bowl

This edition was made in 2553 BE with only 30 examples made in this series. The Bronze has a warm oily reddish finish to the metal, which is called ‘Rom Man Pu’ in Thai.

Bronze Holy Prayer Water + Incense Bowl

The rim of the lid is lined with Taep Nimit Nakprok Buddha images, in Memorial of Ajarn Chum’s famous Khao Or Sorcery Taep Nimit Nakprok Amulet of 2497 and 2512 BE Miracle Puttapisek Empowerment Ceremonies.

The Bowl should be filled with clean fine sand, or rice grains, and used to insert Incense sticks vertically in the bowl to the front of the Altar/Buddha/Deity.

Bronze Holy Prayer Water + Incense Bowl

A Most Sacred and Beneficial addition to the personal or public temple, that not only bestows Authentic Sacred Buddhist Blessings, but also Inspires Faith in Prayer with its High Sacred Value and Respectable Lineage History. This is the kind of Holy Water bowl that is worthy of gracing the Samnak of any Master Monk in any Temple, and in fact is probably used by one or two of them. Who would not wish to have this Exhibit indeed?

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Chud Khan Nam Montr + Grathaang Toop (Holy Prayer Water Bowl + Incense Bowl) – Luang Por Prohm – Wat Ban Suan 2553 BE – Only 30 Made
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Emerald Buddha in Winter Robes Coin Amulet

Rian Pra Gaew Morakot Song Chud Ruedu Hnaw (Emerald Buddha in Winter Robes) 2525 BE – Bicentennial Ratanakosin Era Memorial Edition – Temple of the Emerald Buddha

Emerald Buddha in Winter Robes Coin Amulet

Rian Tong Daeng Rom Dam (Copper Coin with Black Oil finish) Pra Gaew Morakot Song Chud Ruedu Hnaw (Emerald Buddha in winter clothing) ‘Run Chalong 200 Pi Ratanakosin’ (200th Anniversary of Ratanakosin Era) – Wat Pra Sri Ratana Sasadaram (Temple of the Emerald Buddha) 2525 BE

Emerald Buddha in Winter Robes Coin Amulet

A Classic Famous Edition Coin Amulet of the Emerald Buddha (Pra Gaew Morakot), in the Winter Robes. The couns were made in three different seasonal dresses, which is a Tradition held in the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, to change the robes adroning the Buddha as each season passes, Rainy, Hot and Cold Seasons.

Emerald Buddha in Winter Robes Coin Amulet

Size; 3 Cm Diameter

This coin was blessed part of a very important State Ceremony for the Celebration of the 200th Anniversary of the Ratanakosin Era

Emerald Buddha in Winter Robes Coin Amulet

More than a Hundred Master Guru Monks of the Era attended the massive and Official State Ceremony of Putta Pisek Blessing, to perform their Incantations and Empowerments. The coin was included in the ‘Pra Racha Piti Sompote Krung Ratanakosin 200 Pi’ (Royal Ceremony to Celebrate 200 Years of Ratanakosin Era). The Ceremony was held on the 6th April 2525 BE, with Royal Permission to celebrate, which was requested by Prime Minister Brem Tinsulanon at the palace, and accepted. The celebration at Wat Pra Sri Ratana Sasadaram was only one of various celebrations held in different momumental locations of Bangkok.

Emerald Buddha in Winter Robes Coin Amulet

Above; Official Emblem of the 200th Anniversary Celebrations

The Temple of the Emerald Buddha was one of the various locations included in the anniversary celebrations due to the fact that it is an important temple of the Ratanakosin Era, and also to celebrate the completion of a five year refurbishment program, begun in 2520 BE by Somdej Pra Tep Ratana Rachasuda Siam Boroma Racha Kumaree, which was finished in 2525 BE at the same time as the Anniversary celebration.

Emerald Buddha in Winter Robes Coin Amulet

The Celebration was marked by the ‘Yok Chor Fa’ ceremony (raising of the new Temple Roof Struts). The previous day alms were given to the Sangha as a preliminary on the 5th April, and then on the 6th April 2525 the Brahman Kroo Masters and performers of the Ministry of Classical Arts performed a reading of the Poem Sud Dee Pra Put Maha Mani Ratana Patimakorn accomanied by the three stringed ‘Sor’ Thai Classic Instrument, with Bai Sri offerings and a ‘Wian Tian’ (walk around the Uposadha Shrine room three times holding a candle).

A large Puttapisek Ceremony to empower the amulets was made with over one hundred of the Era’s most powerful and accomplished Master Monks present.

Emerald Buddha in Winter Robes Coin Amulet

Rian Pra Gaew Morakot Song Chud Ruedu Hnaw (Emerald Buddha in Winter Robes) 2525 BE – Bicentennial Ratanakosin Era Memorial Edition – Temple of the Emerald Buddha
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Pra Pid Ta Sariga Nuea Pong Puttakun – Luang Por Niyom – Wat Takian Tia 2546 BE – extremely rare

Pra Pid Ta Sariga Thai Amulet

Pra Pid Ta Luang Por Niyom Wat Takian Tia (Bad Tong)2546 BE

Pra Pid Ta Sariga Thai Amulet

This gold leaf covered Sacred Power Pid ta is extremely rare to find, with only the normal powder version without gold leaf still sometimes appearing for rental. Luang Por Niyom is a Sak Yant Master and Adept Amulet maker of the Chon Buri district who passed away in 2552 BE. He was a very Kind and Friendly monk with a devout following, who, since his passing has become ever more popular for his amulets around the whole country.

Pra Pid Ta Sariga Thai Amulet

Now though, the collectors are beginning to take an extreme interest and collect all of the rarer amulets of Luang Por Niyom, for they know that the future holds a great legend in its hands, and that his amulets will become amongst the rare Masterpieces of the foregoing Generation of Thai Guru master Monk amulets.

Pra Pid Ta Sariga Thai Amulet

The amulet is made from visibly fine and rich Muan Sarn with a very high grade of Pong Puttakun, which can be seen rising to the surface as a fine white mildew powder.

The Amulets of Luang Por Niyom have become so sought after this last year or so that they have rapidly become extremely rare, and the older editions of his amulets that were still in the temple, have been locked into a glass case and are no longer for sale.

Pra Pid Ta Sariga Thai Amulet

This shows how difficult it has become to obtain an authentic amulet from the time when Luang Por was still alive. Many of the Devotees of Luang Phu Tim are turning to Chonburi Master Luang Por Niyoms amulets as a powerful alternative to Luang Phu Tims Sacred powder amulets, for they are seen to be of great power and similar richness of composition of sacred powders, but still for now at a much more affordable price (for now).

The amulet comes with free Waterproof Casing included

Pra Pid Ta Sariga Thai Amulet

We advise to collect and safeguard amulets by LP Niyom, as a safe investment and a worthy Sacred Amulet of true Buddhist Spiritual value, and collectibility.

The Pid Ta Sariga is one of Luang Pors more popular and famous amulets and gained fame due to many success stories both for Maha Lap (money and fortunes) and for Kong Grapan/Klaew Klaad (evasion of deadly accidents and invincibility blessing), making the amulet a proven and tested lifesaver and wealth increaser. Luang Por Niyom was a special Monk with special powers, who is only now becoming publicly heard of outside of his Province and in International Amulet Scene.

Pra Pid Ta Sariga Thai Amulet

Many people get a very strong and good feeling just from seeing Luang Pors Image, which is another proof of the immense Maha Sanaeh and Metta charm aura which this great master of Chon Buri possessed.

Pra Pid Ta Sariga Nuea Pong Puttakun – Luang Por Niyom – Wat Takian Tia 2546 BE – extremely rare
$84.00