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Look Om Pong Prai Kumarn Dtok Code 3 Niyom Ta Bronze Wanich Luang Phu Tim Released 2517 BE at Wat Po Sampant
Look Om Pong Prai Kumarn Sacred Powder wishing ball amulet - Khanad Yai (Large Size 2 Cm diameter), from Luang Phu Tim of Wat Laharn Rai. Blessed in 2517 BE at Wat Po Sampant, with additional blessings by the great Luang Phu To and Luang Phu Rerm, and Luang Por Chern. A most Sacred and now very rare edition which is becoming ever increasingly sought after, and rarer by the day, in the present Era.
This is due to the fact that recent times have seen the complete depletion of Look Om editions of Luang Phu Tim, which were made and released direct from Wat Laharn Rai becoming impossible to find anymore. This exhibit comes encased in solid silver casing with Ya Rachawadee coloured enamels included.
The silver frame casing has three pendant rings attached for aesthetic placement in a central position on a neck-chain, from which an amulet can be hung from the lower ring. This is an extremely aesthetic and auspicious way to wear the look om, and is often seen worn like this in conjunction with Luang Phu Tim's famous Pra Khun Phaen Pong Prai Kumarn amulet, as a set. We are happy to seek out and provide the right neck-chain in the case you wish us to (please ask in the order notes when purchasing if you wish us to arrange the proper neckchain for placement)
The Muan Sarn Sacred Powders of Pong Prai Kumarn Luang Phu Tim are so highly evident when viewing the surface of the Look Om, and instantly recognisable to the knowing eye. What is less known about this famous edition, is that the amulets were also blessed by other great Guru Monks, who were present along with Luang Phu Tim to assist in the Buddha Abhiseka Ceremony, and included' Luang Phu To ( Wat Pradoo Chimplee), Luang Por Rerm (Wat Juk Kacher, in Bang Lamung), and Luang Por Chern (Wat Mab Kha).
The Look om were released in various versions; 1. With code stamp and with Takrut 2. Without code stamp but with Takrut, 3. With or without code stamp and without Takrut, and also 4. A pink powder version with Takrut was released. All versions are now extremely rare, for the fact that various groups of Devotees from the various Guru Masters present in the ceremony all became fervent collectors of this amulet.
This amulet has taken on a big increase in popularity during the last decade, and is now no longer to be encountered commonly anywhere in the amulet emporiums, except for the most elite showrooms. It can be expected that this amulet becomes a priceless treasure that is no longer logically affordable during the next decade, for which we highly recommend it as a sound investment and a last chance to obtain and be the proud owner of an authentic Look Om Pong Prai Kumarn Luang Phu Tim, with the added blessings of Luang Por Rerm, Luang Por Chern and Luang Phu To as extra faith instilment.
This Look Om Luang Phu Tim, is hence a highly attractive and rare Sacred Amulet that would be a welcome addition to any Master Class Collector's Showcase, and more importantly, would be a most powerful amulet to possess for Bucha, and receive its Blessings, which History has proved time and time again to be one of the most powerful and famous amulets in Thai Amulet History.
History of the Edition
When Luang Por Bun Mee Atha Banyo passed away on the 24th April of the year 2516 BE, Pra Prasit Prasittigo, who was given the charge of adminsitrating the temple instead of the deceased Abbot, and who was a direct apprentice to Luang Phu Tim of Wat Laharn Rai, went to see his Guru at Wat Laharn Rai. Luang Phu Tim then bestowed the Wicha Takrut Tone, giving him the instruction to cut leaden Yantra foils at a length of around 11.7 Cm, and inscribe a series of Khom Agkhara spells onto the leaden Takrut Tone scrolls.
Above; Four Great Masters sitting on Tammaas Thrones performing 'Nang Prok' Jhanic Empowerment over the Look Om Pong Prai Kumarn, and Takrut Tone (many of which were coated in Pong Prai Kumarn). From top left in clockwise direction; Luang Phu To, Luang Phu Tim, Luang Por Chern, and Luang Phu Rerm.
Above; Look Om Pong Prai Kumarn and Takrut Tone coated in Pong Prai Kumarn from the Wat Po Sampant Edition.
He then gave the formula of Muan sarn Ingredients to make the Pong Prai Kumarn Powders and other powders for amulets, and instructed Pra Prasit Prasittigo to gather and prepare these ingredients for the making of the Look Om, according to the given formula.
Some of the Muan Sarn which was used included; Pong Prai Kumarn Luang Phu Tim, Sincana Cords from Buddha Abhiseka Blessings, and Abhidhamma Funeral Ceremonies, Pong Ittajae, Pong Dtrinisinghae, Pong Bpathamang, Hair from Luang Phu Tim (Gesa), Nam Man Look Prakam Oil, Nam Man Pra jao Taksin Oil, Broken Down Ancient Sacred Amulets from a host of Sacred Temples, and Pong Puttakun Powders from Luang Phu Bun Mee, the recently deceased Abbot of Wat Po Sampant.
These ingredients were then then bound together using the Wicha given by Luang Phu Tim. Because a lot of powder was left after making the limited editions of each kind of Look Om, the remainder of the powders were used to cover the Takrut Tone amulets with Because of the various coarse elements of Muan Sarn, each Look Om and Takrut of the Wat Po Sampant edition may have differing elements visible within the powders, such as Gaesa (hair) of Luang Phu Tim, and Sincana cord threads. The Look Om were covered with a bronze coating, and some were empowered with insertion of Takrut Sariga spell (1 - 3 Takrut per Look Om).
The Look Om have a different appearance in surface texture to the editions released at Wat Laharn Rai and are defined and differentiated easily for their distinction in coloration and surface texture. The Muan Sarn is much drier and harder, and condensed that the batches of Wat Laharn Rai, and are much harder to the touch. They were made in many different sizes, ranging from 0.5 Cm, right up the the size of a Fist, and were blessed on 2 different separate occasions;
1. The first Blessing Ceremony was held at Wat Po Sampant, in 2517 BE with Luang Phu To of Wat Pradoo Chimplee, Luang Phu Tim of Wat Laharn Rai, Luang Phu Sim, of Wat Tham Pha Plong, Luang Phu Kram of Wat Wang Hwaa, Luang Phu Mon, of Wat Nern Ta Mak, Luang Por Rerm of Wat Juk Kacher, and Luang Por Chern of Wat Mab Kha present, amongst a large number of other monks who came to assist in the ceremony.
2. The second empowerment occurred by Pra Luang Por Prasit taking the whle batch from Wat Po Sampant, and depositing them with Luang Phu Tim at Wat Laharn Rai, who empowered the Look Om in solitary every night for a period of 8 Months, whereupon Luang Phu Tim became ill, and was admitted into Hospital, where he was kept in care for a period of 23 days, after which, Luang Phu passed away after return to the Temple at 23:00 hours, on the 16th at the Prayer Room of Wat Laharn Rai.
The Wat Po Sampant edition Look Om are amongst the amulets at the temple which received Luang Phu's last 8 months of blessings, and is an immensely important edition, and also the very last edition he empowered right up to his passing, along with some other editions which were also deposited and in stasis at the temple to receive his blessings before release.
Below; Official Thai Language History of the Wat Po Sampant Edition Amulet series of Luang Phu Tim, Wat Laharn Rai.