Simply one of the very best Luang Phor Thuad amulets you can buy !!
Blessed in BE 2497 by LP Tim, Wat Changhai
Did you know that most of us could could afford to acquire a BE 2497 LP Thuad amulet blessed by Luang Phor Tim, Wat Changhai? Many would assume that the answer to this would be no, when in fact its quite the opposite,
However its not the LP Thuad amulet that one would commonly associate with this date and monk, it is an entirely different pim, one that is not as well known but believed by many experts in fact to be superior. You may feel somewhat skeptical about this, but you only need to read the following account to understand why, and also to appreciate that there are indeed some genuinely superb amulets well within the budget of most collectors.
One of the reasons that this amulet has never attained similar fame to that of the original Wat Changhai pim is all due to marketing. This typical scenario clearly illustrates just how much the media is responsible for driving awareness, sales and prices, in fact very much the same way that the original Somdej Toh amulets from Wat Rakhang have been manipulated by powerful forces.
It is fortunate that this amulet has never received the attention it deserves but that has in itself preserved this amulet for future generations who are looking for a seriously good amulet to rival if not better its counterpart pim of the same year. Although these pims have been somehat hidden from public attention for a number of years they are just now starting to re-emerge from the shadows and correspondingly prices are climbing steeply..
Having collected amulets for over 20 years I have seen this so many times before. I can ssure you that in 2 years hence this amulet will be well beyond the means of the average collector. It would be my strong recommendation that you acquire at least one of these pims whilst you still have the opportunity. (Dont make the mistake of associating the price with quality.)
Not only is it probably the very best LP Thuad amulet money can buy, it is also a wise investment.
Probably one of the most famous temples in Thailand is Samnak Khao Or, a monastic and magical sciences institution.
Wat Khao-Or has been home to some of the most sacred monks and white robbed Ajahns, such as Ajahn Pan, Luang Phor Num and Ajahn Kong. It has also been home to some of the great amulets of this generation.
It was recorded that around 1,000 years ago many sacred ascetics had joined together at the Chattun Cave (located within the grounds of Wat Kao Or) to develop many sacred sciences.
One day, an ascetic named “Borom Kru Lugi” forecasted that in the future, Buddhism would become far more prosperous than Hinduism (in the Kingdom of Siam.) Therefore, he had invited a Buddhist monk named “Phra Acharya Tong Huyan” to the cave and had taught all his knowledge to the monk because he knew that Buddhist monks would be the ones who would continue to preserve this magic for generations to come.
Phra Acharya Tong Huyan is highly respected as the supreme teacher of the sacred sciences. From generation to generation, the magic sciences were inherited
Equally as famous is the very first Luang Phor Thuad amulets created by Luang Phor Tim at Wat Changhai in BE 2497. Now one of the most desirable and expensive pims, one that most of us can only dream to own.
The fact that Wat Khao-Or had also created a Luang Phor Thuad amulet in the same year, BE 2497 was not commonly known as it was overshadoed by the LP Tim pim.
This knowledge is now becoming more widespread with dozens of articles appearing in numerous publications. Demand is rising rapidly, fior essentially an amulet that is already quite rare.
Not only will these pims dissapear from the market within the space of a year. prices will increase well beyond the cuirrent value.
Luang Phor Thuad BE 2497
The official name of this Luang Phor Thuad amulet is: Luang Phor Thuad Pratub Bartnum Prabuddhamont Mahayunt Dharmarach. It is undoubtedly one of the most sacred amulets originating from this temple and is probably set to become the most valuable.
We would strongly recommend you acquire at least one example, not only wil it be the best LP Thuad amulet you have in your collection, it will proove itself a wise investment.
Even stranger is the fact these amulets were also blessed by Luang Phor Tim himself, and in this respect these amulets can be used as a direct substitute for the Wat Changhai counterpart at a fraction of the cost.
Many experts also consider these pims to be even more powerful because of the prominent monks that blessed them and the inclusion of sacred Leklai in the composition.
These LP Thuad amulets were blessed on the 14th September BE 2497 and on the 12th October 2497. The main ceremony was held at Wat Baromothat, Nakhon Sri Thamarat. The final blessing was by LP Tim, Wat Changhai, the ceremony taking place at Wat Mahathat.
These LP Thuad amulets were blessed on the 14th September BE 2497 and on the 12th October 2497.
The final blessing was by LP Tim, Wat Changhai, the ceremony taking place at Wat Mahathat.
(From left to right: Ajahn Pahn, Ajahn Nam and Ajahn Mun)
One hundred and eight monks were involved in blessing this amulet including great monks such as Ajahn Pan (famous for the first Jatukam), and Ajahn Chum. Other prominent monks included:
Ajahn Khun Pan Wat khao Or Phor Tan Klai (Wat Suan Khan) Luang Phor Opasi (Arsrom Bang Mod) Luang Poo Keaw (Wat Hrong Bon Luang Phor Daeng (Wat Tha Sala) Luang Phor Kling (Wat Thalung Thong) Luang Phor Pahl (Wat Khao Or) Luang Phor Khong (Wat Bahn Suan) Luang Phor Dis (Wat Pak Sra) Luang Phor Mun (Wat Khao Daeng) Luang Phor Song (Wat Chao Fa Sala Loi) Luang Phor Peum (Wat Koh Lak) Luang Phor Daeng (Wat Khao Bandai It) Luang Phor Nguen (Wat Don Yai Hom)
Luang Phor Tae (Wat Sam Ngam)
At the consecration three ancient souls were also invited to further add sacred power, namely; Luang Phor Thuad, Takrua Kong and Ajahn Tongtao
The ceremony itself was divided into a number of sections
1. The first seven days of the ceremony werte organized to impart sacred power that would protect people from danger 2. Second seven days of the ceremony were organized especially for protection from bullets and other weapons (Maha Ued) 3. Third seven days of the ceremony were organized to imbue sacred power that would protect people from thieves and dangerous animals. 4. Fourth seven days of the ceremony organized for sacred power that could protect people from manaevolent forces adn disease. 5. The final seven days of the ceremony was organized especially to ensure that the amulets would increase people's charm
Essentially these are multiple blessing amulets but are better known for the extreme protection that they offer.
Pims & Sizes
This series was created as three pims
1. Pim Luang Phor Thuad, sized 2 cm x 3.2 cm.
2. Pim Ajahn Tongtao, sized 2.3 cm x 3.2 cm.
3. Pim Yant Tom, featuring Yant Tom, one of the most powerful sacred spells originating from Wat Khao-or, sized 2.5 cm x 3.5 cm.
So you want to know just how powerful these amulets are?
Phor Tan Kong Sirimatho is handing Ajahn Chum the Pong Leklai powder which was a major part of the composition of these amulets and one of the reasons why they are so powerful
Amongst the major inclusions, otrher than leklai, are the following powders.
Sacred powder ground from origianl Pra Somdej Wat Rakhang amulets
Sacred powder ground from origianl Pra Somdej Wat Bangkhunprom amulets
Sacred powder ground from origianl Pra Kru Nangtra amulets
Sacred powder ground from origianl Pra Kru taokrote
Sacred powder ground from origianl Pra pong Suphan amulets
Sacred powder ground from origianl amulets from Wat Praroop and Wat Bangkrang
Sacred powder ground from origianl amulets from Wat Nangphya and Wat Tonjan
Sacred powder ground from ancient amulets recovered from Sukhothai province
Sacred powder ground from ancient amulets recovered from Kampangpaet province
Sacred powder ground from ancient amulets recovered from Kanchanaburi province
Sacred powder ground from ancient amulets recovered from Pitsanalok province
Sacred powder ground from ancient Pra Rod, Pra Kong amulets recovered from Lampoon province
Sacred powder called Mahawan fron Wat Khao-or, Patalung Province
Sacred powder ground from old wrecked Prakru Srivichai amulets