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- Por Tan Nam Puttasaro Wat Don Sala
- Luang Por Phaew – Wat Tanode Luang
Pra Roop Muean Nuea Krang Luang Por Tong Sukh 2536 BE Niyom - Sacred Krang Putsa Paste Only 99 Made - Luang Por Phaew
A world famous Pra Niyom Preferred master-Class amulet of the Tamniab Pra Niyom, the Roop Muean Nuea Krang Putsa Luang Por Tong Sukh 2536 BE extreme limited edition amulet, with the Sacred Image of Luang Por Tong Sukh. Made in Magical Putsa Paste, from Deceased Guru Master, the Great Luang Por Phaew, of Wat Tanode Luang, made with collaboration of first apprentice Ajarn Pairote, who beseeched Wicha to make these amulets.
The amulet is made from molded Krang Putsa resinous Sacred Substance of Luang Por Tong Sukh, from Luang Por Phaew's repository which he inherited from Luang Por Tong Sukh. Only 99 amulets were made in all by Luang Por Phaew with the help of his novice apprentices, making this perhaps his most rare edition of amulets.
The Pra Roop Muean Nuea Krang of Luang Por Phaew is one of the most famous and highly sought after amulets of the 'Tamniab Wadthumongkol' Pantheon of amulets of Wat Tanode Luang, and one of Luang Por Phaew's top five amulets within his personal Pantheon; the Pra Roop Muean Luang Por Tong Sukh Nuea Krang Luang Por Tong Sukh.
The Roop Muean Luang Por Tong Sukh Wat Tanode Luang, is made from the famous Krang Putsa Magical Resinous Paste of the great Luang Por Tong Sukh, famous Sorceror Monk of Wat Tanode Luang. The amulet was made by his Looksit, and the subsequent succeeding abbot of Wat Tanode Luang, the Great Luang Por Phaew. Krang Putsa paste is renowned for its powerful desire inducing power, to invoke desire towards another person, or even desire to acquire (buy) the wares and goods of a salesperson. This implies intense Metta Maha Niyom Mercy Charm and Maha Sanaeh power of attraction. However, the Roop Muean Nuea Krang is also renowned for Kong Grapan Chadtri Klaew Klaad Protective/Evasive magic, and Maha Lap power to attract wealth and lucky fortunes.
Luang Por Phaew learned all of his powerful Wicha with his Kroo Ba Ajarn, the Legendary Luang Por Tong Sukh, and was his devoted student and assistant throughout all the years, until his passing. He mastered the Wicha of his Kroo Ba Ajarn through his great diligence, continuing the Magical Lineage Sorcery of Wat Tanode Luang.
The amulets of Luang Por Phaew were made continuing the methods and style of Luang Por Tong Sukh, preserving the Wicha in Continuation. His Krang Putsa Paste amulets are legendary, and highly reputed for their magic power. Luang Por Phaew's amulets are very rare, for he never made any large amounts, and his rarest of all amulets is his first and only ever Edition Guru Monk Coin from 2517 BE, which featured a simple image of Luang Por Phaew on the front face, and Sacred Na and Kata Khom Akom on the rear face.
Below; Ajarn Pairote for Luang Por Phaew making the Pra Roop Muean Nuea Krang amulets with his Novice apprentice Samanera monks
His amulets which use the Nuea Krang Sacred Putsa paste of Luang Por Tong Sukh, are legendary for their power, and extremely rare, as well as popular Pra Niyom Master Class collector items. Amongst these famous amulets are the many kinds of Takrut Pork krang Putsa paste covered Yantra Scrolls, Look Om, and the various images such as the Pra Roop Muean Luang Por Tong Sukh, and Luang Por Tuad images in Nuea Krang Putsa which he made, in the very same fashion as those made by his predecessor and mentor Luang Por Tong Sukh.
Luang Por Phaew was Ordained with the Chāyā (Sangha Name) of Pra Kroo Pawanawacharopas, and was the Abbot of Wat Tanode Luang in Cha-Am, Petchburi. he was born at 7:00am, on the 16th of September 2474 BE, which was a Thursday of the third phase of the 8th Lunar Month in the Year of the Goat. Luang Por Phaew is one of the Highly revered Guru Monks of the Petchburi Province and his amulets are very far and few between to come by. His Hwaen Hua Namo is a Classic and now very rare amulet indeed.
Below; a Takrut spell is inserted into the rear face of the amulet buried within the Krang Putsa Paste to charge and empower the amulet with extra supplementary powers
Luang Por Phaew was Ordained at wat Tanode Luang in the year 2494 BE, with Luang Por Tong Sukh as his Upachaya Ordaining Officer. Luang Por Phaew began to study and practice Samatha Kammathāna practice and received the teachings of the Wicha Prung Ya Phaen Boran (Ancient Herbal Medicine) from Luang Por Tong Sukh, and applied it to use in healing people of ilnesses and ailments.
In the year 2497, he gained his Batchelor's Degree in Dhamma Theory. Luang Por Phaew performed great services to maintain and develop the Temple of Wat Tanode Luang throughout his lifetime, such as the building of the Kuti, the Sala Bprian, and the restoration of the old Uposatha Shrineroom (Bote Maha Ud). He then began the building of the new Uposatha Shrine Room, due to the fact that the old one was very small and could not contain enough Monks as the temple grew and more monks came to stay.
Luang Por Phaew was the closest Looksit and direct apprentice to Luang Por Tong Sukh, who was the Abbot of Wat Tanode Luang before Luang Por Phaew, and his Upachaya, and Kroo Ba Ajarn. Luang Por Phaew became the next Abbot after the passing of Luang Por Tong Sukh, and inherited the complete Dtamra of Luang Por Tong Sukh's Wicha in its entirety.
But Luang Por Phaew was a very timid and quiet Monk who tried his best not to gain fame or stand out from the crowd, which resulted in him maintaining a certain boundary to his fame, which remained within the area of Cha-Am and Petchburi Province. But those Devotees of Petchburi, were conscious and reverent of his great abilities, even during the time when Luang Por Tong Sukh was still alive.
It was common knowledge that Luang Por Tong Sukh wold bestow the responsibility of amulet inscriptions and empowerment onto his Looksit Luang Por Phaew for his own editions, and let Luang Por Phaew assist and empower the amulets of Luang Por Tong Sukh, in almost every edition right up until Luang Por Tong Sukh passed away.
After the passing of Luang Por Tong Sukh, Luang Por Phaew thus continued the tradition in precisely the same style and manner as his predecessor, which eventually led to his Increased National Fame. Luang Por Phaew Passed Away on the 18th of March 2538, at the age of 64 years Old. For this reason, his short trajectory resulted in his pantheon of amulets being smaller and much rarer than many other masters of the same calibre who led longer lives.
Below, a documentation of this extreme limited series amulet which was released in 2536, with Gaan Toop incense sticks from Luang Por Ruesi Ling Dam's Kammathana Meditations, and using the Krang Putsa paste used in the original 2509 BE edition, and Luang Por Tong Sukh's original Luang Por Tuad Nuea Krang. The fact that the edition was made in esteem and nostalgic praise of the Roop Muean Nuea Krang Luang Por Tong Sukh, is a testament to the Eminence and Spiritual Power of this amulet. Most examples had an incense stick in the rear face, with a only a very few with Takrut inserts.
Luang Por Tong Sukh
Luang Por Tong Sukh Intachodto, was and remains in History as one of the top masters of all time of the Petchburi region. whose powers of Kong Grapan Chadtri Klaew Klaad and Maha Amnaj were legendary. He made a number of different varieties of amulets, many of which are found in the high end Tamniab Wadthumkongkol Pra Niyom (official catalogues of preferred amulets of the National Amulet Appreciation Societies).
Below; Luang Por Tong Sukh and his famous Krang Putsa sacred resinous Substance
Luang Por Tong Sukh was also the Kroo Ba Ajarn of many of the Top Masters of the Era which followed him, including the Great Luang Por Jang, and of course of Luang Por Phaew, the abbot who succeeded him. The amulets of Luang Por Tong Sukh are ioncredibly rare, and carry a relatively high price-tag, enough to demand faith in his amulets, but still affordable to any seruious collector who seeks an amulet of the calibre of Luang Por Tong Sukh.
Many of his amulets are eminent figureheads of the Pra Niyom Master Class category of amulets, and are extremely rare items to find. Luang Por Tong Sukh was the Kroo Ba Ajarn of many other Great Monks of the following Generation, who are now famous names in their own right, beginning of course with the most obvious, Luang Por Phaew, Abbot of Wat Tanode Luang. It was Luang Por Phaew who inherited his Magical Wicha and also the Administration of the temple of Wat Tanode Luang as its Abbot.
The list of great masters who studied and practiced under Luang Por Tong Sukh were;
Luang Por Un (Wat tan Gong - now Deceased), Luang Por Huan (Wat Nikom Wachiraram - now Deceased), Luang Por Yid (Wat Nong Jork - now Deceased), Luang Por Jantr (Wat Mareuka Tayawan - now Deceased), Luang Por Nim Mangkalo (Wat Khao Noi - now Deceased), Luang Por Yorn (Wat Tanode Luang - now Deceased), Luang Por Phaew (Wat Tanode Luang - now Deceased), Luang Por Thaem Silangwaro (Wat Chang Taeng Grajat), Luang Por Heng (Wat Huay Sai Dtai, and Pra Ajarn Ji, of Wat Nong Hwaa
The most famously powerful and highly sought after amulets of Luang Por Tong Sukh in his lifetime were;
1. His Sak Yant tattoos. His Look Om Ying Mai Ork Gunstopper Sacred Powder Ball 'Bonbon Amulet'. One of the rarest kinds of Look Om of all to be found in the Pra Niyom Category of amulets. Reputed to have saved the lives of many devotees through gunstopper magic.
2. The first and second edition Rian Kanajarn Luang Por Tong Sukh Monk Coin, renowned for Kong Grapan Chadtri Maha Ud Klaew Klaad Protective Miracles, with extra power to protect against poisonous beasts in a spell written on the rear face.
Below; 1st edition monk coin Luang Por Tong Sukh
Below; 2nd edition monk coin Luang Por Tong Sukh
3. The Hwaen Hua Na Bad Talord Gan Asurapit Luang Por Tong Sukh Magic Ring of Protection, with special ability to defend against all Poisons, Venomous or Wild Animals. highkly renowned for its rare power to guard against wild beasts and poisonous plants and animals. Extremely rare to encounter. This Wicha continued to be famous with Luang Por Phaew, who inherited the Wicha from Luang Por Tong Sukh, and whose Hwaen Hua Na Bad Dtalord rings are almost equallyt famous, but much more affordable.
Below; Hwaen Hua Na Bad Dtalord Luang Por Tong Sukh
4. The Takrut Pork Krang Putsa amulets of Luang Por Tong Sukh are various, and serve different purposes, ranging from the Takrut Jet Dork (7 scrolls on a cord) for Multiple Blessings, the Takrut Sam Kasat (triple Takrut with bronze, silver and brass concentric scrolls) , for Kong Grapan Chadtri, the Takrut Klord Ngaay, for easy childbirth without pain, and the Takrut Sariga for Mercy Charm and Prosperous Business.
5. The Pra Luang Por Tuad Krang Putsa amulet, molded from his famous Krang Putsa paste
Below; Various types of Takrut from Luang Por Tong Sukh
One of the more famous folk tales about the miraculous powers of Luang Por Tong Sukh, is the stgory of the ability to inscribe Sacred Yantra Spells on the surface of material objects with his Psychic Powers; One time Luang Por was at Wat Ta Kham, and some devotees came to beseech him for some 'Ya Dtom' Healing Potion from him. To make this potion, Luang Por required some Bai Magaa leaves, which needed to also be pre-inscribed with the Yant Pra Jao Ha Pra Ongk (Na-Mo-Put-Yaa-Ya). So Luang Por Tong Sukh sent his Samanera Novice apprentice monks out to collect some, and help him inscribe them all before boiling the potion.
One of the more famous folk tales about the miraculous powers of Luang Por Tong Sukh, is the stgory of the ability to inscribe Sacvred Yantra Spells on the surface of material objects with his Psychic Powers; One time Luang Por was at Wat Ta Kham, and soime devotees came to beseech him for some 'Ya Dtom' Healing Potion from him. To make this potion, Luang Por required some Bai Magaa leaves, which needed to also be pre-inscribed with the Yant Pra Jao Ha Pra Ongk (Na-Mo-Put-Yaa-Ya). So Luang Por Tong Sukh sent his Samanera Novice apprentice monks out to collect some, and help him inscribe them all before boiling the potion.
Luang Por asked the Samaneras to help him inscribe the Yant on each leaf of the Magaa tree. But the Samaneras were taking a long time to inscribe the yantra on each single bai magaa leaf, and so Luang Por exclaimed 'This is going to take all day, bring all the leaves over to me in a pile on top of each other and i'll finish the job'
The Samanera carried the leaves to Luang Por and gave him a pile of about 20 leaves in his hand. Luang Por then inscribed the top leaf performing incantations, and lo and behold, as he gave the pile back to the Samanera, every single leaf was inscribed with the Yant Pra Jao Ha Pra Ongk!!
Luang Por Tong Sukh was present to empower amulets in some of the most important and powerful blessing ceremonies in the History of Thai Buddhism, invited by a high ranking official of government to attend to bless with his powers, in the ceremonies of Wat Rachabopit for the 2495 BE Mongkol Gao edition and the Pra Kring Yord Hmud with 18 other Great Masters, and also attended the Ceremony to bless the Military and distribute amulets in the Great Indo-China war ceremony. Luang Por Tong Sukh was also one of the many Masters present to empower the large series of amulets blessed in the celebration of 2500 years of Buddhism, the 'Yee Sip Haa Satawat' 25 Centuries Edition.