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Pra Khun Phaen Ajarn Kong Hlang Baeb 2509 BE Blessing at Samnak Wiharn Tam Khun Phaen Utis - Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree
Pra Khun Phaen Hlang Ajarn Kong (Hlang Baeb convex image in rear face), from the year 2509 BE, released at the Samnak Wiharn Tam Khun Phaen Utis, in Naratiwas, and blessed in Ceremony by a host of the Greatest Khao Or Lineage Masters of that Era, with special empowerment from the great Lay Master Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree, of the Dtamnak Kunjae Saiyasaret Dtak Sila Khao Or Lineage. Released in the year 2509 BE, this amulet is an extreme rarity, so very difficult to find in the present day.
The fact of Ajarn Chum's collaboration with this edition can be seen both in the presence of Muan sarn powders from Ajarn Chum in the amulets themselves, as well as the fact that a batch of these amulets were found stored at Ajarn Chum's samnak, because he took some back from the ceremony at Samnak Wiharn Tam, to distribute to his own Looksit. The Samnak records the event as having been blessed with the ceremonial presence of Ajarn Kong and Khun Phaen, through mediumship of Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree.
The Khun Phaen Hlang Baeb is an inner secret of the true devotees and collectors of amulets of Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree, but is less heard of by those outside this niche. The front face features the image of a Buddha seated in the Lersi style posture of meditation, with one hand on each knee.
The rear face of the amulet has the image of the Great Ajarn Kong, impressed into the rear face in concave indented form (Hlang Baeb). Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree performed a special ceremony of 'Pratap Song' Mediumship, to allow the spirits of Pra Khun Phaen and Pra Ajarn Kong to enter him and use his body to perform empowerment and blessings on the amulets.
Luang Por Kong was abbot of of Wat Kae, in Supannburi (Wat Tan) who lived during the time that Ayuttaya was the Royal Seat, and was the first Ajarn of Khun Phaen himself. The Luang Por Kong of Ancient Fame created the Pra Khun Phaen Ruean Gaew and gave to Khun Phaen himself for protection and blessings. Ajarn Chum was a connected Medium of Ajarn Kong, and was able to invoke his spiritual presence.
Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree was the Greatest Laymaster Sorceror of the last Century, and the head Brahman Master of Rituals for the Ordained Khao Or Masters of Wat Ban Suan and related temples. His inimitable ability to invoke both Maha Jang-Ngang Metta Mahaniyom Mercy Charm Magick, and Kong Grapan Chadtri, Klaew Klaad Protective Magick, is World Famous and Universally Accepted and Acclaimed since many decades.
Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree was a Sorceror of truly supernatural ability, who was already immersed in the world of Occultism at the age of 5, and was even then able to use a mere two word Incantation to hypnotize any kind of poisonous snake into submission. Second to none for truly potent Magical Power, Ajarn Chum commands a top position in the History of Thai Buddhist Amulets and the Status of Occult legend. Ajarn Chum was arguably the most powerful and famous Laymaster of all Thai Occult History, and his amazing miraculous feats of Magickal Prowess are still the talk of every Samnak Saiyasart around the country, even now so many years after his passing. His public shows of Miraculous Magick, has amazed a whole generation of faithful devotees.
They are filled with faith in his inexplicable shows of power, and the miraculous events which many people who rever his amulets have encountered, has served to raise Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree to the Status of Grand Master of the Khao or Academy of Occult Sorcery. When Ajarn Chum was just 7 years old, he once grabbed the rifle barrel point of his father's friends gun who had come to visit, and chanted a mere 11 syllable Kata.
The gun exploded and broke in half the next time it was used to shoot with. These events caused the villagers to believe in his powers, and have faith in his Magick. When he reached the age of Ordination, he ordained under Pra Ajarn Kong and stayed at Wat Chai Mongkol, until his disrobing. After this, he studied hard further as a Lay Practitioner and studied the Buddha-Dhamma. These events caused the villagers to believe in his powers, and have faith in his Magick. When he reached the age of Ordination, he ordained under Pra Ajarn Kong and stayed at Wat Chai Mongkol, until his disrobing. After this, he studied hard further as a Lay Practitioner and studied the Buddha-Dhamma.
Later, he moved to Pattalung, and became a practitioner at the Dtamnak Dtak Sila Khao or, under Ajarn Iad (Wat Don Sala), as his Mentor in Magickal Sorcery. He already had fifteen years of ordained study and practice behind him befriended with the Great Luang Por Kong, and now became the Legendary Master of Khao or Sorcery.
He was famous for many Miraculous feats from his amulets, including his famous Noo Kin Nom Maew Metta Oil, which he made, and tested with a show of putting baby mice and a cat who was giving milk into the same cage, after smearing some oil on them all.
The mice ran to the teats of the cat, and the cat gave milk to the mice. Ajarn Chum had a very strange ability to decipher difficult methods of Sorcery and had a special mind that was attuned to mysterious forces. Ajarn Chum always used his famous magical 'Nam Man Solos Mongkol'' oil, to smear on the heads of the Devotees before performing Kong Grapan Magic. Ajarn Chum had a very strange ability to decipher difficult methods of Sorcery and had a special mind that was attuned to mysterious forces. Ajarn Chum always used his famous magical 'Nam Man Solos Mongkol'' oil, to smear on the heads of the Devotees before performing Kong Grapan Magic.
Bucha Method (How to Worship)
Chant Maha Namasakara 3 times first (as must be done before chanting to any amulets)
"Na Mo Tassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa, Na Mo Tassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa, Na Mo Tassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa"
Then pray hard and declare that you take refuge in the Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha
Then gaze at the Pha Yant for a moment, before breathing in and say innerly
and breathe out and say
Chant this repeatedly until entering a meditative state
Then Chant the Kata Tammarach;
PUTTANG SARANANG KAJCHĀMI, TAMMANG SARANANG KAJCHĀMI, SANGKANG SARANANG KAJCHĀMI
TA TA TA RŌ RŌ RŌ A A A SA SA SA SŌ SŌ SŌ NŌ NŌ NŌ NAMŌ PUTTĀYA
Chant In Mornings to protect against physical dangers, and in the Evenings to protect against Ill Fortune and Black Magick