Pra Gleep Bua Amulet with Yant Trinisinghae Luang Phu To Wat Pradoo Chimplee
The Pra Pratan Gleep Bua Hlang Yant Trinisinghae Muan Sarn Sacred Powders amulet, was released after Buddha Abhiseka Blessing Ceremony at Wat Pradoo Chimplee in the year 2521 BE, blessed by the Great Luang Phu To who presided over the Grand Blessing Ceremony. This edition recieved 3 months of immersion in Holy Prayer Water with blessings from Luang Phu To throughout the whole Trimester. This model is rare for being in the much rarer Pong Gesorn Gae ANam Man oily pollens sacred clay.
The amulet was released in two ‘Pim’ (versions); Pim Yai (large, 22,875 amulets made), and Pim Lek (small, 20,805 amulets made). This amulet is in perfect condition, without any flaws or wear and tear, making it very eligible for show in competition.
This amulet is considered to be one of the more easily reachable (affordable) amulets of the Pantheon of Famous Classics, and is very popular amulet with middle and upper middle-class devotees of Luang Phu To, who seek an authentically blessed amulet of esteem and respectable value from this master, but that won’t necessarily cost them the deeds to their house to be able to afford. The Sacred Yant Trinisinghae is Embossed on the rear face of the Amulet for Metta Mahaniyom and Maha Lap Blessings.
The amulet is a Pim Yai large version measuring 3.5 x 2.5 Cm,, and is in pristine condition. The Muan Sarn Sacred Powders are made from Puttakun Yantra Powders of Luang Phu To, with Gesorn Pollens and Incenses. The powerful magic and spellcasting abilities of Luang Phu To are of course one of the major influential factors as to why his amulets have become such priceless Masterpieces, and his special Muan Sarn Sacred Powders are another highly influential aspect of their popularity and fame. The Yant Trinisinghae was often inscribed on Yantra foils for devotees who would bring a foil with them and Luang Phu would inscribe it. The devotees would then take the foil home for Bucha, or roll it into a Takrut to wear as an amulet.
This Yantra was first used on the rear face of an official amulet edition, with the first edition Rian Run Raek Guru Monk Coins. The Yant Trinisinghae is not only powerful for Maha Lap and Serm Duang (improve fate and destiny), but also for being highly effective against Black Magick, Ghosts and Demons.
Luang Phu To is said to have been able to grab the Sincana cord which monks use to attach to amulets in blessing ceremonies, and sense immediately which monks along the line of the Sincana cords had psychic powers, and which ones didn’t. Luang Phu To Wat Pradoo Chimplee performing Nang Prok Meditation for Empowerment of Amulets
Above; Luang Phu To Wat Pradoo Chimplee performing Nang Prok Meditation for Empowerment of Amulets
This resulted in Luang Phu always choosing the best most powerful Masters to invite to attend his empowerment ceremonies to assist in the Blessing of amulets and Buddha Images. Luang Phu To remains to this day one of the top 10 Guru Masters in the recorded History of Thai Buddhist Amulet making, and most certainly one of the top 5 Monks of recent History, on an equal Par with the Great Luang Phu Tim (Wat Laharn Rai).His amulets belong to the Master-Class status category, and carry immense status in the world of the amulet appreciation society, for their Authentic Sacred Power, and the Purity of the Monk who Blessed them.
The amulets of Luang Phu To are famed and revered by devotees around the country and around the whole world, for the proven history of Metta Mahaniyom Maha Lap Klaew Klaad Kaa Khaay power to bless the devotee with lucky fortunes, safety, success and prosperity. Luang Phu To began to make Muan Sarn Sacred Powders amulets first in the year 2470 BE, using the main ingredient of Pong Lob, which is the residue chalks fallen from the inscription of five rounds of 108 Sacred yantra spells, to create five different concentrates of Sacred Powders.
These five powders are of course known as; Pong Bpathamang, Pong Ittijae, Pong Puttakun, Pong Trinisinghae, and Pong Maharach. It is also known that Luang Phu To would use broken up amulets from Wat Plab, and also broken up pieces of Pra Somdej Wat Rakang Kositaram of the great Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto) Prohmrangsri, are known to be present within the Muan Sarn Sacred Powders of Luang Phu To’s amulets.
Other Muan Sarn used for the amulets include Pong Puttakun from Por Tan Klai (Wat Hongs, Thonburi), and of course Luang Phu To would bless the amulets in Nam Montr Prayer Water, using a Clay Holy Water bowl in his Kuti Hut, with a Dragon design on the bowl.
He would immerse the amulets in the holy water bowl, and When devotees would donate flowers to Luang Phu, he float the flowers in the prayer water bowl and use the offering to empower the amulets further. This in fact, is one of the reasons that some amulets have different holy water stains on their surfaces than others, due to the different flowers Luang Phu would immerse in the holy water bowl where the amulets were soaking.
Luang Phu would empower the amulets for the time of the Rainy season retreat (3 months), and repeatedly empower and bless them throughout this time. Some amulets were also released without immersion in prayer water. Of the 28,875 Pim Yai amulets made, 10,000 of them were donated to Princess Julaporn, to distribute as a gift to the people who made merits donating to build the Sirirat Hospital.
The Pra Pratan Gleep Bua Pim Yai and Pim Lek amulets are very popular with Devotees, for they are made from precisely the same Muan Sarn Sacred Powders as was used for the Pra Pid Ta Jumbo 2 Traimas Masterclass edition, which can cost up to even 40 times the price of a Pra Pratan Gleep Bua. It is hence obvious why this amulet is such a popular amulet with the devotee of Luang Phu This Votive Tablet is an Absolute Rarity and Eternal Classic, and extremely sought after spiritual item.The perfect choice for aesthetic beauty, spiritual value, and magic power, and top choice for the Serious Collector.
This beautiful amulet is most definitely a very fine acquisition, as a Sacred Votive Tablet of Pra Niyom Preferred Classic Category, that has been well looked after and maintained in its original state, and is a very well-kept amulet, that is worthy of competition entry for its clear features.
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
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.
Luang Phu To was born on the 27th March 2429 BE in Ban Klong Bang Noi in Samut Prakarn and passed away on 5th March 2524 BE. His many honourable awards of status reflect his great practice and diligence.
Pra Lila Kaay Adisorn 2514 BE Nuea Pong Kluk Rak Bpam Dtra Hlang Blessed by 79 Masters LP Guay LP To LP Tim, LP Prohm, Horm, Pae, Tob, Kong, KB Wang
A Rare and eminent member of the Kaay Adisorn Edition Pantheon, the Pra Lila Walking Buddha, in Sukhothai style, made in Nuea Pong Kluk Rak Sacred Herbal Powders, with herbal lacquers mixed in, hand pressed, and blessed by 79 of the Greatest Masters of the Era.
This rare votive tablet is one of a large series of different models of amulets sponsored and released by the Kaay Adisorn Royal Army Barracks, in the 2514 BE Edition. Especially valued by Looksit (Devotees) of LP Guay, LP Tob, LP To, LP Kasem and LP Tim.
Free Registered Air Parcel Shipping Worldwide is Included with this Amulet. The rear face has the code stamp of the edition indented into the sacred clay as it was still wet before drying out. The lines of the fingerprints of the monk pressing the amulet are visible on the surface of the rear face of the lacquer-mixed sacred clay.
This 'Mounty Edition' is one which produced so many famous amulets, which are revered by Thai Buddhist People around the country, for the special Blessings and Empowerment of the Great Luang Por Guay of Wat Kositaram, Luang Por Kasem Khemago, Luang Por Tob, Luang Phu To of Wat Pradoo Chimplee, Luang Por Pae, and Luang Phu Tim of Wat Laharn Rai, among over a hundred other monks of great fame and powerful Wicha.
The edition is known as the mascot edition of the Military Horseback Regiment of Kaay Adisorn, in Sra Buri, with the Rian Serd Khon Nok Feather Crowned Buddha amulet, and the Rian Pra Jao Thaksin King Coin amulet as the most well known internationally and sought after by the mainstream collector and devotee.
However, the edition included an array of amulets which are all special in their own right, and now extremely rare to find, and highly valued by those in the Military, and the devotees of the Monks who were involved in the empowerment, of whom there were very many. This made this edition hence popular with devotees of every Master involved, which caused the series to become rare very quickly indeed, and of course known by each devotee differently.
A devotee of LP Kasem for example will tell you that it is an LP Kasem amulet (which it is), or a Devotee of Ajarn Fan or Ajarn Chah, would say it is from Ajarn Fan,or Ajarn Chah, but a devotee of Luang Phu Tim, will tell you it is a Luang Phu Tim amulet (which it also is), and so on and so on.
The Buddha Abhisekha Ceremony and calling of the Devas, and Chanting of Dhamma Chakra, was performed on the 16th January 2514 BE, with General Brem Tin Sulanont initiating the Brahman Part of the ceremony, and Ajarn Sawai Sumano of Wat Rachanadda in Bangkok Presiding over the Sangha's part in the Ceremony.
Below; front page of the booklet of documentation in the archives of the Kaay Adisorn Mounted Guard Regiment Museum which lists the details of the Blessing Ceremony of this edition officially, naming all monks and all amulets made in the edition
Below, the Pra Serd Khon Nok, Pra Somdej, Pra Kring and Pra Kong Kaay Adisorn amulets also released in this edition confirmed in publications to have had the presence of Luang Por Guay in the empowerment. The edition was in any case documented and archived, with the names of all monks and all amulets made in the edition by the Mounted Guard Regiment, and is indisputable. The below publication also shows some amulets from Wat Nong Pling and other temples which were blessed by Luang Por Guay.
Some of the more important names of monks involved with the empowerment of the amulets in this world famous and histgorically important edition were; 1. Luang Phu Chah Supatto (Wat Nong Pha Pong) 2. Luang Phu Dun (Wat Buraparam), 3. Luang Phu Sam (Wat Trai Wiwek), 4. Ajarn Fan Ajaro (Wat Udom Somporn), 5. Luang Phu Sim (Wat Tham Fa Bplong), 6. Luang Phu Bang (Wat Nong Plab), 7. Luang Phu Tim (Wat Laharn Rai), 8. Luang Por Nueang (Wat Jula Manee), 9. Luang Phu To (Wat Pradoo Chimplee), 10. Luang Por Pae (Wat Pikul Tong).......
11. Luang Por Gee (Wat Hoo Chang), 12. Luang Por Phang (Wat Udom Mongkol Kiri Khaet), 13. Luang Por Ngern (Wat Don Yay Horm), 14. Luang Por Noi (Wat Tamma Sala), 15. Luang Por Te (Wat Sam Ngam), 16. Pra Ajarn Nam Wat Don Sala, 17. Luang Por Mui (Wat Don Rai), 18. Luang Por Thin (Wat Pha Lelai), 19. Luang Por Guay (Wat Kositaram), 20. Luang Por Kong (Wat Ban Suan), 21. Luang Por Hmun (Wat Khao Daeng), 22. Luang Por Prohm (Wat Chong Kae), 23. Luang Por Doe (Wat Na Madtum), 24, Luang Por Horm (Wat Sak Hmak), 25, Luang Por Kong (Wat Wang Sapparos), 26. Luang Por Tob (Wat Chon Daen/Wat Chang Phueak), 27. Luang Por Oat (Wat Jan Sen), 28. Luang Por Nai (Wat Ban Jaeng), 29. Luang Por Ia (Wat Ban Dan).....
30. Luang Por Pring (Wat Bote Goeng Tanu), 31. Luang Por Nor (Wat Klang Ta Ruea), 32. Luang Por Jaem (Wat Wang Daeng Nuea), 33. Luang Por Toon (Wat Po Nimit), 34. Luang Por Tong Yoo (Wat Nong Mai Pa-Ong), 35. Luang Por Tiam (Wat Gasatratirat), 36. Kroo Ba Wang (Wat Ban Den), 37. Luang Por Bee (Wat Lan Hoi), 38. Luang Por Dtarb (Wat Makham Riang), Luang Por Mueang (Wat Ta Haen), Luang Por Kram (Wat Gum Hak), Luang Por Chen (Wat Singh), Luang Por To (Wat Saket Ang Tong), Luang por Phan (Wat Rat Jaroen), and many others.