A look at just a few of the plethora of Carved Ivory and Tooth, Wood, Bone Singha amulets of the Great LP Derm of Wat Nong Po, to bring the style of the various preferred artisans who carved them, and the appearance of natural aging of amulets which reage the Era of Luang Por Derm. Knowing how to estimate the age and recognise the effects of natural aging on an amulet, this assists in authenticating it for your beliefs. Hence, we present some classic images and comments to increase your ability to differentiate the Carved Singha Amulets of Luang Por Derm, from those of other Masters (which is in any case, a very difficult art).
Singh Sam Khwan – Triple Fortunes Singha Himapant Lion
The Singh Sam Khwan Himapant Lion carved amulet is one of the most highly preferred and revered of his carved amulets, almost equal to Luang Por derm’s famous Mitmor Ivory handle and Bone sheath Exorcist Knives, which hold world master class status.
Below we see a classic Hand Carved Ivory Singha Lion in Heart Shape Frame, which is one of the various forms known by devotees, and is featured in encyclopaedic works of the pantheon of amulets of this Master
Below; Singh Sam Khwan Pim Roop Hua Jai Nuea Gna Gae carved ivory heart-shape model, highly preferred and extremely rare
Hand Carved Ivory Singha Lion in Heart Shape Frame – LP Derm Puttasaro Wat Nong Po
Luang Por Derm’s Carved Ivory, Boar Tusk Tiger Teeth and wooden hand made antique amulets, are amongst the most highly desired and collected items. The Wicha of Luang Por Derm is continued to this day through his Looksit of the various Master Lineages.
Below; Singh Sam Khwan amulets in Oval, ‘Pim Roop Hua Jai’ Heart shape, and in Loi Ongk statuette forms. The Singh Sam Khwan was also made with different kinds of mouths, such as the Pak Nok Gaew ‘parrot beak’ version.
Singha Carved Ivory, Tooth and Bone Amulets of Luang Por Derm
His carved ivory, and wooden amulets are vary rare items, and highly individual in appearance, for they were made by individual Artisans who were Initiated and had received the Wicha, and ‘Korb Kroo’ Ritual Empowerment as permission from Luang Por Derm himself.
Close Ups of Ivory of the Singh Sam Khwan Pim Roop Hua Jai
Only such Lineage Master Initiates were allowed to perform carving or knife forging for Luang Por Derm, and even to this day after his passing, all the Posthumous Editions of amulets which derive from Masters who are Initiates of Luang Por Derm, must use only amulets and Artisanry which has been made by an Initiated Artisan.
Luang Por Derm is considered one of the greatest masters for Powerful Amulets was famous for many amulets, but the Singh Sam Khwan, Mitmor, and Rachasri Lion amulets, along with his Nang Kwak, Roop Lor statuettes, have become synonimous with his name.
Singh Sam Khwan in varous materials, such as wood and ivory
Luang Por Derm Puttasaro made carved Singha Lions and other amulets in a variety of forms, as well as a host of other types of Sacred Amulets and Talismanic Charms, be they Pha Yant (both hand inscribed and sil screened), Hand carved, and cast metal Loi Ongk mini statuettes, Photographs, Takrut, and sacred powder amulets.
Nang Kwak Luang Por Derm
LP Derm also made many types of Nang Kwak Carved amulets, in various forms, which is typical of how artisans make use of the size and shape of each piece of ivory, wood, or bone or other substance they have to work with, and extract the most artistic form possible with the given shape.
Nang Kwak Hlang Pra Pid Ta Carved Amulet of LP Derm, with Nang Kwak on one side, and Pra Pid Ta on the other side
The Nang Kwak can be seen in a large variety of forms indeed, some of them featuring animals on the bases of the amulets, which was also done with Buddha Images (Pra Prajam Wan Birthday Buddhas)
Tiger Pidta Singha Hanuman 4 in One carved ivory votive tablet
Nang Kwak Nang Ko (riding an oxen), by LP Derm – recommended for those born in the year of the Ox
The Nang Kwak is seen as a ‘Pim Gleeb Bua’ Lotus Petal shape, found in various materials ranging from sacred powders, to carved ivory.
As with the Singh Sam Khwan, the Nang Kwak was also sometimes (rare) made in the form of a heart shape.
The Nang Kwak was walso found as a Roop Lor and Rian Lor metallic amulet from LP Derm.
Some of the rarer individual hand carved amulets which are not found documented are also noteworthy, for those whose interest is to catalogue and recognize the inimitable carvings of the chosen looksit initiate artisans of Luang Por Derm Puttasaro, of Wat Nong Po.
Below; a very rare carved Pra Pid Ta Buddha Loi Ongk carved from Ivory, the Patina reveals its age and natural accumulation of character, as the passage of time increases the beauty of the ivory
Pid Ta Nga Gae Carved Ivory Nirodha Buddha by LP Derm
The amulet in very well preserved condition, with highly refined features, empowered with Luang Por Nueang’s famous magic for Improving Horoscope, Wealth Accumulation and Success in all Areas of Life. The front face features a classic and finely honed image of the Buddha on a 3 tiered dais with rounded ‘Siarn Badtr’ almsbowl shape head, and ‘Hoo Bai Sri’ curved ears.
The rear face of the amulet has the sacred Yant Nam Tao (Yant Ha) with the Kata Na Mo Put Taa Ya five Dhyani Buddha Invocation within. Above the Yant Nam Tao, are the words ‘Lap Poon Pon Tawee’ meaning ‘Increase Luck and Success with Double Results’
Luang Por Nueang Gowito (Pra Kroo Gowit Samutrakun), of Wat Jula Mani, in Tambon Bang Chang, Amphoe Ampawa, in Samutr Songkram Province, was one of the most famous Gaeji Ajarn Guru Monks of his Era. He was the first initiate and apprenticed in magic to Luang Por Kong (Wat Bang Gaporm), Luang Por Chaem (Wat Jula Mani), Luang Phu Jai (Wat Sadej), and many other famous Sorceror Monks of Historical Fame, and received their powerful Wicha in Lineage Transmission.
Pra Somdej Lap Pon Poon Tawee 2514 BE Luang Por Nueang Wat Jula Mani
His Wicha was renowned for being manyfold and masterful, having learned from so many different lineage masters. His most famous Yantra and Takrut is the Yant Duang Pra Uposot, which carries legendary status for its power to improve Karma, Protect and Prosper
Luang Por Nueang was very famous for powerful Takrut, and for Wicha Taw Waes Suwan. His most famous Takrut are possibly the Takrut Tone, Takrut Bailan Parchment scroll, and of course his world famous Takrut Yant Duang Pra Uposot. His Takrut Bailan parchment scrolls are legendary in the talismanic amulet scene.
Yant Nam Tao Gourd Yantra on Rear Face Pra Somdej Lap Pon Poon Tawee 2514 BE Luang Por Nueang Wat Jula Mani (38)
Lp Nueang would make his Takrut Bailan using the Wicha of Luang Phu Gaew of Wat Puang Malai, whose Takrut are listed amongst the top Masters of all History.
Luang Por Nuang was born in Praek Hnām Daeng, in Ampawa, Samutr Songkram, with the name Nueang Gao Suwan. He was born on the 14th of February 2452 BE, as the son of Mr. Thom Yā Gao Suwan, and Mrs. Dtāb Gao Suwan. He finished his education in the year 2463 BE in fourth year of primary school.
Luang Por Nueang was ordained as a Bhikkhu on the 29th July 2475 BE, with the ceremony being performed within the Uposatha of Wat Bang Gaporm, in Ampawa, Samutr Songkram, with Abbot Luang Por Kong Tamma Dtecho as his Upachaya Ordaining Officer, Luang Por Chaem Solos (Abbot of Wat Jula Mani) as his Gamma wajajarn Prompting Officer, and Pra Ajarn Plong of Wat Bang Gaporm as his Anusawanajarn Witness.
Macro Close Up of the Muan Sarn Sacred Clay of the Pra Somdej Lap Pon Poon Tawee Votive Tablet froom 2514 BE by Luang Por Nueang Wat Jula Mani (38)
Below; a Historical Photo of Luang Por Nueang, as he performs maintenance of the mortal remains of his Kroo Ba Ajarn, Luang Por Kong, of Wat Bang Gaporm
Luang Por Nueang studied hard and attained his Masters Degree in Dhamma in the year 2479 BE, and in this same time period had also developed immense mastery in Vipassana Kammathana practices, and Puttakom (Buddha Magic). He advanced very rapidlu due to extremely diligent efforts, and putting in his utmost perseverance in both his academic study and his manifest practices. He was also fortunate to have the Great Luang Por Kong of Wat Bang Gaporm as one of his Kroo Ba Ajarn in Buddha Magic, whose Rian Luang Por Kong Coin holds position within the Top Five ‘Benjapakee’ Monk Coin amulets of all time.
Apart from receiving Wicha from Luang Por Kong, Luang Por Nueang also received Wicha from both Luang Por Chaem at Wat Jula Mani, and the great Luang Por Jai, of Wat Sadej (maker of the world famous Takrut Look Om of Immortal Fame). And so Luang Por Nueang was able to become a Master of many Wicha from these greta Kroo Ba Ajarn, and through his own diligent practice was able to strengthen them with his own meditations.
Luang Por Nueang eventually became Abbot of Wat Jula Mani, and showed his prowess was not only in Wicha Akom, and his own practice, but that he was also able in worldly matters, by administrating and improving the temple facilities, which brought the temple of Wat Jula Mani to become the important and prominent temple it is today. For these achievements, he was awarded by Royal decree the status of Abbot Pra Kroo Gowit Samutrakun Sanyabadtr Chan To Superior Administrator, in the year 2496 BE. He was onece again raised in status to Abbot Pra Kroo Gowit Samutrakun Sanyabadtr Chan To Fai Vipassana Tura (Head of Vipassana Practice teachings) in the year 2517 BE.
Wat Jula Mani is an ancient temple, which was built around the period between 2172 BE and 2190 BE, in the time of the times of the great Ruler Jao Prasat Tong. It was originally called ‘Wat Mae Jao Tip’, and is a temple of Historical importance related to the Bang Chang branch of the Chakri Dynasty family lineage.
Rear Face Pra Somdej Lap Pon Poon Tawee 2514 BE Luang Por Nuueang, showing the Sacred Yant Nam Tao on central Section of rear face
The temple originally was built with teak wooden buildings, which rotted over time, and so it was in the time of Luang Por Nueang when they were repeaired and replaced by much more long lasting constructions. This was also one of the factors which led to Luang Por Nueang becoming the most beloved and well remembered Abbot of Wat Jula Mani, and for which the local devotees loved him so much, for his merits.
12 x Macro closeup of head section
The lineage of abbots of Wat Jula Mani have been as follows; 1. Pra Ajarn Yern 2. Pra Ajarn Niam 3. Pra Ajarn Pae 4. Pra Ajarn Parn 5. Luang Por Uam 6. Pra Ajarn Num 7. Luang Por Chaem 8. Luang Por Nueang Gowito 9. Pra Ajarn It Pattajaro.
Below; Luang Por Nueang’s most preferred ‘Rian Run raek’ first edition 2511 BE Monk Coin
Luang Por Nueang’s achievements are visibly present within the temple at Wat Jula Mani, in form of the Jadturamukh 3 tiered Uposatha made from marble, 40 meters wide, 10 meters high and 80 meters long, which cost many millions of baht in the time, and was completed in the year 2511 BE, with the Sila reuks stone being laid on 15th August.
in the year 2530 BE Luang Por Nueang became ill, and finally passed away on 27th November 2530 BE at the age of 78 years old, after 56 years of ordained life.
Top Section front face Pra Somdej Lap Pon Poon Tawee
He is remembered for his powerful amulets, his great teachings in Dhamma Practice and Vipassana, and his attainments in improving the temple of Wat Jula Mani during his lifetime.
His powerful amulets are both rare and jealously guarded by his devotees, many of whom also follow and collect the amulets of his successor Pra Ajarn It, who has continued the Lineage Wicha and diligent practice in admirable fashion. Amongst the most famous amulets of Luang Por Nueang we find the Takrut Tone, Takrut Bailan, Takrut Look Om, Takrut Yant Duang Pra Uposot, and his Rian 2511 BE Monk Coin, and 2513 BE Coin amulets.
Middle Section front face Pra Somdej Lap Pon Poon Tawee
Below; Luang Por Nueang’s Famous Takrut Look Om Lokatat Amulet
Amulets made or blessed by Luang Por Nueang are considered to have high Puttakun Power and posess powerful magic, be they ones he made himself, or amulets where he attended the blessing ceremonies to assist in. Luang Por Nueang was famous for the Wicha of making powerful Takrut Charms. The Wicha of Wat Jula Mani continues to this day with Luang Por Nueang’s Looksit, and current Abbot Pra Ajarn It, whose famous Taw Waes Suwan Asura Deva amulets are considered amongst the most powerful and collectible to be found in the present day.
Lower Section front face Pra Somdej Lap Pon Poon Tawee
Below; Phaen Takrut Yant Pra Uposot Luang Por Nueang Wat Jula Mani
Below; Luang Por Nueang’s remains are visible at the temple in a Glass Coffin and are visited and prayed to by Pilgrims every day since his passing
Luang Por Nueang’s remains are not decomposed and are seen to be miraculously preserved. His remains are visible kept within a glass coffin at wat Jula Mani, since his passing in 2530 BE.
There is a tale of Luang Por Nueang once attending an examination with one of his Kroo Ba Ajarn in his studies, where his examinining teacher asked him to write down some Numbers using Khom Agkhara and display his ability to predict lottery. Luang Por Nueang wrote some numbers onto a piece of parchment, and his examining teacher took the parchment and placed it inside the safe at the temple. When the day came for the lottery numbers to be published, he opened the safe and looked, and it turned out that the numbers which Luang Por Nueang had written were the first prize lottery winning numbers.
Above; Takrut Tone Tong Daeng Yantra Scroll Amulet by Luang Por Nueang – Famous for its Metta Mahaniyom, Kaa Khaay, and Kong Grapan Klaew Klaad power
Bucha Method for Pokasap, Klaew Klaad, and Metta Maha Niyom;
Presenting a very rare Twin compendium Wicha, composed of two Classic Lanna Amulets of the Great Thai Guru Master Monk, Kroo Ba Wang. The Compendium consists of two Takrut with Sacred Geometry spells inscribed; the Takrut Gao Gum 9 Ninefold Yantra Spell, with Yant Hneeb folded Yantra Foil attached with enchanted ‘Daay Daeng Akom’ red sorcerer’s cord, empowered with the Ancient Wicha Lanna by the Great Guru Master Monk and Deceased Ex Abbot of Wat Ban Den, Luang Phu Kroo Ba Wang. Estimated made during the late era of Kroo Ba Wang.
The 9 spells within the Takrut Gao Gum were inscribed individually and empowered and bound into a ninefold Spell, in traditional style of this Northern Lanna Wicha, the this Great Deceased Master of Olden days. The Takrut Gao Gum is Serm Duang, and will give Protection from Danger, and ease your way in life. Business will flourish, money and gifts will flow in, good fortune will come, and life without disturbances. The Yant Hneeb will attract wealth and popularity and even be a seduction spell for specific persons such as an intended lover.
The Takrut Gao Gum is a powerful Sacred Geometry based Talisman containing a myriad of magic spells, which has been used by ancient folk for thousands of years. The Takrut Gao Gum and Yant Hneeb are amongst the rarer and most preferred amulets of the Pantheon of Kroo Ba Wang, and highly regarded for their sacred power of Metta Maha Sanaeh, and Maha Lap, with comprehensive protective powers of Klaew Klaad.
The Yant Hneeb Maha Sanaeh Maha Pokasap is an Ancient Lanna Yantra Foil spell Amulet for seduction and wealth accumulation. The Yant Hneeb can be opened and place a paper or parchment inside with one’s desires, or the name of a person written on it (or hairs or other piece of clothing, or fingernail from the person you desire). The Yant Hneeb is an ancient Lanna Wicha that has been used by the Lanna Folk for centuries, and which has been perpetuated by the Lanna Masters to the present day.
Luang Phu Kroo Ba Wang Wat Ban Den
The Yant Hneeb of Kroo Ba Wang is one of the rarer amulets to find in circulation in the present day, and is a standard-bearer of the Dtamra Krueang Rang Lanna Pantheon of Talismanic Amulets of the Northern Lanna Region. Kroo Ba Wang’s Yant Hneeb can be considered not only a powerful magical Talisman, but also a Historically and Culturally Important Antique Sacred Artifact.
The Ancient Lanna Folk would inscribe the name of a desired lover on a piece of paper, and insert it in the gap between the two folded pieces of Yantra foil, to enchant and summon a person to be attracted and seek the spellcaster.
Alternatively, you can write down your wishes and prayers, and insert them inside the Yant Hneeb, and wait for them to be answered. Once a prayer has been answered, you can then remove it, make some merits in thanks, and insert the next wish, It is said that one should not pray for things within reason, and not be too greedy when making wishes. The Yant Hneeb is imbued with Powerful Maha Sanaeh, and Sarapat Neuk Magic, to attract and enchant others, and to fulfill wishes.
Luang Phu Kroo Ba Wang is Legendary for his Maha Sanaeh Magic, was one of the most famous of the Northern Lanna Guru Masters of the Olden Days.
Highly preferred for his In Koo, Takrut Sangwan and Yant Hneeb, Pra Rahu amulets, and Pha Yant Sacred Geometry Yantra Cloth Spells. Of the Pha Yant he was especially renowned for his Pha Yant Ma Saep Nang Lady-Horse images. Luang Phu Kroo Ba Wang has given us an immense heritage of Sacred Lanna Amulets, which form an iconic part of the pantheon of Ancient Lanna Classic Niyom Category Antique Amulets and Occult Charms.
Kroo Ba Wang was renowned for so many different kinds of amulets, ranging from his Takrut (especially the Takrut Gao Gum and cord-bound spells, his famous In Ma, In Koo, Paya Khao Kam, Pa Yant, Pra Rahu, and Guru Monk Coins, all of them being purely belonging to the Lanna Traditional Wicha.
Luang Phu Kroo Ba Wang is Legendary for his Maha Sanaeh Magic, was one of the most famous of the Northern Lanna Guru Masters of the Olden Days. Highly preferred for his In Koo, Pra Rahu, and Pha Yant Sacred Geometry yantra Cloth Spells. Of the Pha Yant he was especially renowned for his Pha Yant Ma Saep Nang Lady-Horse images.
Luang Phu was born in 2434 BE, in the country into a family of farmers and market traders, In those days, the only way to get any schooling in the countryside was to stay in a temple and learn with the Monks, and so, at the age of nearly 9 years old, his father took him to live at the nearby temple, to learn to read and write. After about 3 years. Luang Phu could read and write fluently enough, and so he was able to ordain into the Sangha as a Samanera Novice Monk in the year 2445 BE
Luang Phu reached the age to be ordained as a fully fledged Bhikkhu in the Buddha Sasana in the year 2455 and was ordained on the 5th of May of that year as a Bhikkhu, at 13:15 hours at Wat Ban Baen Temple. Luang Phu then began to practice Khom Sanskrit Agkhara and Wicha, and within a very short period of time became so adept that he could chant every single line of Agkhara from memory with great aptitude.
Pra Kroo Gantiya was his Upachaya Ordaining Officer, and Pra Ajarn Bpan was his Pra Gammawājājarn (Prompter). Pra Atigarn Bpum was his Pra Anusawanājarn (Witness). Luang Phu was given the Chāyā (official Monks Name) of Prohma Sēno. Luang Phu Kroo Ba Wang then stayed on at Wat Ban Baen in Lampoon for a period of 2 years more. After this, Luang Phu Kroo Ba Wang then moved to stay at Wat Ban Hmueang Jee, which was in his home area where he was born.
Luang Phu then continued to study and practice Wicha Akom and Khom Agkhara, for a further three years, until he became inspired to take up the practice of Tudong Solitary Forest wandering, and gain experience in Kammathana.
Luang Phu then travelled through the thick forest area of Pha Teub, on is way towards Chiang Saen, and stopped in the forest to practice for 6 months. Once he reached Chiang Saen, he stayed around the area practicing for some years, until he decided to travel towards Prae Province, where he finally arrived and stayed at the temple of Wat Den Chai.
He stayed at this temple to master the various Sorcert Methods of the Region, so that he would be able to perform Powerful Incantations enabling him to cast spells and blessings to offer protection, happiness and prosperirty to the fold, and to send metta and merits to the Nature Spirits of the Nether Worlds, with Compassionate Mercy Magic.
Once he had mastered this Wicha, he then set forth once more, and practiced Tudong, until he came to rest at a very peaceful place in the forest called ‘Pha Den Gradtay’, which was very auspicious in energy. There was a small village nearby which was impoverished, and Luang Phu then decided to build a temple with the help of the locals. But Luang Phu was first called back by locals of the temple at Wat Dton Tong, so he agreed and went backl to assist the with their needs.
After one year helping them, he was able to return to Pha Den Gradtay, and built three Kuti Huts and invited some other monks to come and stay, and assist in developing the temple. Then in the yeat 2508 Luang Phu Kroo Ba Wang began to build the Uposadha Shrine Room and the locals of the surrounding areas began to hear of his merits, and flock to the temple to make donations and assist.
The Uposadha was then finished in the the year 2510 BE. Luang Phu became famous for both is great ability to finish the temple of Wat ban den in Miraclulously short timespan, and also for his many Wicha, including Horasart (Astrology), Amulet making, Maha Sanaeh and Metta Maha Niyom Maha Lap Magic, and his ability to use Candle Magic to eliminate Bad Karma.
In the year 2513, time caught up with Luang Phu and he became ill, and began to weaken with age, and became unable to travel, and stayed for the rest of is life until his passing at Wat Ban Den in the year 2516 BE
The Pra Pid Ta of the temple of Wat Sapan Sung are known for their powerful magic, with 4 Generations of Great Master Monks as Abbots continuing the Dtamra of Pra Pid Ta amulet making, which consists of one of the most complex methods of making sacred powders in the Dtamra Saiyasart Ancient Grimoire of Sorcery. Luang Phu Glin was thr first inheritor of the Dtamra to receive the Wicha Pra Pid Ta directly from Luang Phu Iam, which was soon after also passed on to Luang Por Tong Sukh. The Pra Pid Ta of Luang Phu Glin are considered equally powerful to those of his Mentor Luang Phu Iam, because during that time when LP Glin was making the amulets, he would always invite Luang Phu Iam to assist in the empowerment of the amulets, which means that both masters performed blessings in the Luang Phu Glin Series of Amulets.
Pra Pid Ta Pim Chalud Yai LP Glin Wat Sapan Sung
The Pra Pid Ta Wat of Sapan Sung Temple, is a Dtamra (legendary series) that spans over various generations of abbots, all of whom have managed to gain equal fame and high repute for their Pra Pid Ta amulets, all of which preserve the style and methods of the original Wicha made so famous by Luang Phu Iam. All editions of Pra Pid Ta Wat Sapan Sung are highly sought after. and seen as preferred Master Class category amulets (Pra Niyom), regardless from which Master they came from. Luang Phu Iam Passed away in 2439 BE, leaving Luang Phu Glin as the new abbot and caretaker of the temple
Pra Pid Ta Wat sapan Sung Pim Chalud Yai Long Rak Daeng Luang Phu Glin
It is known that Luang Phu Glin, one of the Great Masters of the Wicha Pra Pid Ta Wat Sapan Sung, was allergic to Lacquer, and so his versions never had lacquer on them and were pure powders. His devotees would then have them treated with lacquer of their own accord after receiving the amulet, and also sometimes the Samanera Novice Monks would help and perform the task of lacquering the amulets
his successor Luang Por Tong Sukh and his predecessor Luang Phu Iam however, would more often than not dip the Pra Pid Ta in lacquer as a protective layer themselves.
All masters have followed the same design and method of lacquering, resulting in the amulets of each master being very similar in design, and mostly can only be differentiated by estimation of the age of the lacquer and Muan Sarn Sacred Powders in order to determine which Generation of Master the amulet came from.
Old Amulets presents a rare classic special model amulet; the Rian Mangorn Koo Pim Pised Dtok Sorng Code Ma Wat Pha Nong Lom Run Sao Ha Maha Sethee 5th Lunar Saturday Blessing Ceremony Edition Guru Monk Coin, released in 2543 BE, to raise funds for the Kuti Songk Monks Huts and improve the facilities at the temple of Wat Pha Nong Lom.
The Rian Mangorn Koo. This model is Pim Pised (Niyom preferred) and differs from the majority of Rian Mangorn Koo Wat Pha Nong Lom Edition coins in Nava Loha, because of the double code MA stamp. Most coins of the Nava Loha series made for Wat Pha Nong Lom have only a single code Ma Stamp (on the Sangkati chest sash of the robe of Luang Phu), and only the Pim Pised special models received double code stamps. Only very few (unknown number) were distributed with double code stamp, making this not only a sacred, powerful master class amulet, but also a rare collectors piece.
Rian Mangorn Koo LP Moon Nava Loha Double Code Stamps
The Rian Mangorn Koo of Luang Phu Moon is, as are all of his amulets, known for the power of Jaroen Lap Wealth Increasement, and Lucky Fortunes, as well as for their Miraculous Protective Powers. Those born in the year of the dragon love to Bucha this amulet especially, for the obvious reason of the double dragon guardians. For those with lower budgets, who seeksacred power above collectability and rarity, we recommend to seek the Rian Mangorn Nuea Tong Daeng or Nava Loha single Code Ma, of the same edition, which carries a lower price than this special Nava Loha Pim Pised Gammagarn double code collectors edition model.
Luang Phu Moon blessed these and the other amulets of this series in solo during the Traimas 3 Month Rainy retreat of 2542 BE, and then blessed them again in 5 Major Putta Pisek (Buddha Abhiseka) Ceremonies.
Below; Code MA is also found hidden within the center of the Dhamma Chakra Dharma Wheel
Below; A thin line of extra metal raised up like a ridge flows from the mouth of the dragon towards the image of Luang Phu, one of the points of recognition for authenticity
The Rian magorn Koo is very popular for indeed its design is incredibly beautiful, with the double dragon guardians framing the edges of the coin, protecting and listening to the Dhamma of Luang Phu Moon, who is featured in ‘Kreung Ongk’ Semi-Torso Cameo, with the 8 spoked Dhamma Chakra Wheel of Dhamma above his head, which points to the Buddha’s first sermon of the turning of the Dhamma Wheel, and to the 8 Fold Path itself, which is the Path to Enlightenment which the Buddha taught.
Below; The sharp and highly defined tips of the tail flares of the dragons are a mark of authenticity, and one of the reference points of authentication for experts to peruse
Below; the double code MA show this to be not only a nava Loha preferred model, but also a Pim Pised 2 Dode stamp Gammagarn version, which are extremely rare, and highly prized acquisitions.
Below; Encyclopaedic Pantheon Book of the amulets of Luang Phu Moon (Book 2) explaining how most Nava Loha versions were made with a code MA on the Sangkati Robe of Luang Phu’s chest, whereas a very few ‘Pim Pised’ special models for Gammagarn distribution were made with double code MA stamps in the Wat Pha Nong Lom edition, making this exhibit an extreme rarity and top class Pra Niyom Rian Kanajarn Monk Coin amulet of the highest desirability factor to any serious collector or devotee whose budget allows ownership of such a rare model.
The Rian Mangorn Koo was made in various sacred metals including solid gold (48 coins made), solid silver (500 made), Nava Loha (Unknown Numbers made – very few), and sacred copper (10,000 amulets made ). Apart from these, a very small number of sacred leaden versions were made in very small numbers (exact number unknown)
Luang Phu Moon was a Maha Thaera Guru Monk of great age and who received Great reverence and Respect from the people of Tambon Jan for his Diligence and Purity in practicing the Vinaya as a Buddhist Monk.
His predictions and instructions for ceremonial empowerment of amulets after his physical death, have been followed to the letter since his passing, for he gave special instructions to inform as to when and how he would return with his spiritual presence to empower amulets posthumously. His Miracle Powers are Legendary, with so many stories of Miraculous events related to this Monk, who has seen the Reign of Five Kings in his Lifetime.
Below; Double Code Ma on this Nava Loha Version shows it to be a rare Pim Pised Gammagarn Wat Pha Nong Lom version, of Immense Pra Niyom Category Status
Luang Phu Moon’s amulets are now very hard to come across.His amulets are becoming very rare, and prices have risen constantly since his passing, snapped up by the inner circle of devotees and collectors, who know about the attainments of this Monk, and that there are severe reasons to believe that he may have been an Arahant. His amulets are eminent members in the annals of the Classics.
Luang Phu Moon Tidtasīlō Ma A U Luang Phu Moon Tidtasīlō U A Ma
Kata Bucha Luang Phu Moon
Dtua Gū Lūk Pra Putta Ongk Krū Sit Tudong Ong Āj Mai Bpramāt Krū Pob Roi Gom Dū Jer Krū Grāb Hwai
The Kata is available as a download MP4 after purchase from the files section of your account
The word ‘Moon’ means to turn and increase (revolve). Luang Phu Moon always foretold that those who Bucha his amulets, would turn their luck and fortunes around, and increase their Business Success. He also foretold that those who Bucha his amulets will be protected from ‘Dtaay Hoeng (premature deadly accidents), and that the Devas will Protect the wearer of his amulets.
Bucha to Luang Phu Moon should be performed on a Thursday, and should include offerings of; 16 Incense stick, 2 candles (lit), white flowers, or one puang malai garland. Hmak Plū Betel-Areca Nut with chewing paste (5 or 16 portions), a glass of sweet drink such as fizzy drinks, one roasted catfish, some rice or sticky rice, or fermented rice, or even steamed rice pudding.
An incredibly rare amulet to find in the present day, this Pra Somdej Thaan Koo Pim Hoo Jud comes from a Block Niyom preferred block press mold, and belongs to one of the most Historic and Preferred editions to have ever been released by the temple of Wat Bang Khun Prohm, namely the world famous 2509 BE classic series of immortal fame.
The Somdej Thaan Koo Pim Hoo Jud is one of a Major Pantheon of 12 different Pim Song models in this series, including a miniature ‘Pim Kanaen’ Pra Somdej. The series also included a Pim Jantr Loi circular votive tablet, a Sayasana reclining Buddha, a Pra Pong Pim Somdej Dto, and a Pra Pong Pim Pra Sivali, as well as some Bucha statues.
This exhibit comes with official digital chipped rfid tag card authenticity certificate of the Siam Amulet Association as an authentic Pra Somdej Wat Bang Khun Prohm Pim Hoo Mee Jud Thaan Koo. The amulet was submitted by VIP member of the association and proprietor of ancient amulet store, Mr Ajarn Spencer Littlewood, on his own time and expenses, for the pride and confidence of you who will become the owner of this rare classic.
Pra Somdej Wat Bang Khun Prohm Amulet Hoo Mee Jud Thaan Koo Niyom with Authenticity Certificate of Authenticity
The Pra Somdej Wat Bang Khun Prohm 2509 BE Edition amulets were blessed by the following Masters; 1. Tan Prakun Pra Taep Sittinayok (Luang Phu Nak) of Wat Rakang Kositaram, in Bangkok 2. Luang Por Te Kong Tong, the master of Wicha Kumarn Tong and abbot of Wat Sam Ngam temple, in Nakorn Pathom 3. Tan Jao Prakun Pra Rachatammaporn (Luang Por Ngern) of Wat Don Yai Horm, in Nakorn Pathom 4. Tan Pra Kroo Prasat Wityakom (Luang Por Nor) of Wat Klang Ta Ruea 5. Tan Jao Kun Wimon Gijjaraks (abbot of Wat Chana Songkram) 6. Tan Pra Kroo Wisai Sope (Ajarn Tim), of Wat Chang Hai in Pattani 7. Tan Ajarn Ampon abbot of Wat Prasat Bunyawas, in Bangkok 8. Tan Ajarn Satid of Wat Vachira Tamma Sathit in Bangkok 9. Tan Ajarn Dtaem , of Wat Pra Loi, in Supanburi 10 a large group of monks from Wat Sutat to assist in the chanting of the Buddha Abhiseka, with Pra Kroo palad Wisuttiwat presiding over the chanting.
Each Pim of the 12 Major models had various block press molds with each mold possessing slightly different designs. This means that despite only nine Major Pim being made, each Pim has multiple block press molds, and hence the pantheon extends down to the various sub-designs of each of the many block presses. Some block presses are much more highly preferred by collectors to others.
Four different artisans were commissioned for the design and creation of the various block press molds;
1. Lung Chaem Bua Plien Si – the block press mold designs made by this artisan replicated the classic design opf Wat Bang Khun Prohm amulets, with the slight difference that the images were slimmer than previous designs, and a few Special Pim block press molds were made by this artisan.
2. Kun Manit Bpathapi – this artisan made block press molds according to classic models which were removed from the Kru Chamber in the Chedi Stupa, from original Pra Somdej Wat Bang Khun Prohm of Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto) Prohmrangsri (Wat Rakang Kositaram), and also made some special design block press molds
3. Chang Kasem Mongkol Jaroen – this artisan stepped in during the latter part of the creation, to help finish the remaining block press molds on time for the ceremony. This artisan was a highly skilled artisan, and the amulets made from the block press molds of his making are considered exquisite, and highly sought after
4. The Block Gammagarn mold makers; This means the people who possessed original Wat Bang Khun Prohm Pra Somdej amulets of Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto) in their possession, and used them to create new block presses. The amulets of these block presses resemble the ancient Pra Somdej Kru Wat Bang Khun Prohm originals most of all, with the only real visible difference being that they are slightly smaller in size.
Police Commisioner Prapas Jarusathiarn, the vice minister of the Thai Parliament, in collaboration with Lady Sawai Jarusathiarn sponsored the building of all the installations built between 2501 and 2509 BE, and commissioned the amulets to be made for release in celebration of the success of these projects.
On the 4th of January 2509 BE Comissioner Prapas Jarusathiarn lit Incense and Candles in the Shrined to Bucha the Triple Gem, and Police Captain Krit Siwara read out the list of sponsors of the edition comittee. He then addressed the Sangha (Monks), to begin chanting the Buddha Abhiseka. The Victory candle to inaugurate the Buddha Abhiseka Ceremony was lit, and the ceremony began.
Four of the Monks took their positions for ‘Nang Prok’ meditative empowerment on their respective daises, and held the Sinjana cords which led to the amulets, coming down from the ceiling of the Uposatha Shrineroom, and began to empower the amulets.
On Wednesday 4th January 2509 BE at 15:55 pm, Police Commisioner Prapas Jarusathiarn began to hand out the amulets to devotees who came to make merits and pay reverence at the temple, and also stored a large number of amulets in a batch within the Kru hiding place of the Chedi Stupa for posterity.
On Thursday the 6th, Friday the 7th, and Saturday the 8th of January 2509 BE, theLook Nimit Arahant Balls were retrieved from beneath the Uposatha, and a gold pasting ceremony was performed as is Traditional in Thai Buddhism, and the amulets were distributed once more during this ceremony, to devotees who came to make merits.
On Sunday the 9th January 2509 BE, the Sila Reuks main cornerstone of the Uposatha Shrineroom was laid by His Majesty the King Bhumipol Adulyadej, and initiated the Pitī Te Tong Gold Pouring Ceremony to add Gold to the Casting Mold of the Buddha-Rupa statue for the Uposatha, which was cast in Sukhothai Era in the Mara Wichai conquering Mara posture, with a 16 Inch wide base.
In addition a statue of Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto) Prohmrangsri of Wat Rakang Kositaram was also cast with a 29 Inch wide base for installation in the shrine at Wat Bang Khun Prohm, with a further 109 smaller 5 inch wide base statues made for distribution to the public.
On Monday the 10th of January 2509 BE at 19:30 pm, 84 Ordained Members of the Sangha performed the chanting of Jaroen Pra Putta Mont within the Uposatha. At 21:01 Somdej Pra Wanarat of Wat Chetupon performed the Pitī Phuug Putta Sima Ceremony to officially inaugurate the Panta Sima Dais for the placement of the 29 inch wide statue of Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto) Prohmrangsri.
The statue was placed on the Putta Sima under and arched edifice next to the large Chedi Stupa of Wat Bang Khun Prohm (the one where the famous Kru Bang Khun Prohm hiding place amulets of Soomdej Dto were found). A carved stone table with the insignia of His Majesty the King was placed into the shrine to mark the occasion of His Majesty’s presence.
The Pra Somdej Wat Bang Khun Prohm 2509 BE series amulets hence were made over a period of many years before they were all completed, beginning in 2501 BE and completing the series in 2508 BE, when the final batches of the total 84,000 amulets of the edition were mixed into clay and pressed with the block presses.
The amulets were pressed inside the Uposatha Shrineroom which had been built and completed, with Luang Por Chom being the monk who pressed the first amulets in the Pathoma Reuks initiation ritual. Then the Gammagarn Sponsor Committee members, and many devotees who came to assist in the pressing, all took turns in helping to press the amulets, until they were all done.
There were two kinds of amulet presses made during this ceremony
1. Pra Banju Kru – these amulets were rented to devotees at 1 Baht each, for the devotee to make merits by placing the amulet inside the Kru Chamber of the Chedi Stupa for posterity. These amulets had the word ‘Banju’ (meaning to put inside the Chedi), embossed on the rear face. 84,000 Pra Somdej amulets were made for this purpose with the word ‘Banju’ on rear face
2. Bucha – these amulets were made for Bucha reverence and for Devotees to wear and take home with them.
These amulets were distributed to the Public for Bucha at 10 Baht each, except for the Sayasana reclining Buddha model, which was ‘rented’ for Bucha at 25 Baht each. Some sets of 11 Pim Song Models were also distributed to devotees who wished to donate more funds (all models except the Sayasana), at 100 Baht a set. These amulets had the rubber ink stamp with the Chedi of Wat Bang Khun Prohm stamped on the rear face, with 84,000 amulets pressed in this type. However, after removing any broken or defective amulets from the batch, only 72,518 amulets were actually intact and distributed.
The Pra Somdej Wat Bang Khun Prohm were made using the broken Pra Somdej taken from the 2500 BE Chedi Stupa Hiding Place opening, mixed with Puttakun Yantra Powders from great Master Monks around the country, from the past and present, with Poon Khaw, Poon Plueak Hoi (powdered sea shell), Pollens from Bua Luang Lotus and Dork Pikul Flowers, and Nam Man Tan Iw (Tang Oil).
There were numerous Block Mae Pim block presses for the amulets, with some block presses to spare in case any of them broke during the pressing. Some were made from plaster of paris, others made from cement, and others from dential cement. As the amulets were being pressed over a period of time, the block presses would break, and a new one would be taken and used in its stead, one after the other.
This process continued until all the amulets were finished,. because eaxch block press had slight differences in the way they were carved by each artisan, there are a large number of differences to be found in various examples of the same Pim Song model, with each block press defining slight differences in details of design.
This is why one cannot look at an example of a Pim in a magazine, and compare it with another of the same Edition and Model, because even if the amulets are both the same Pim (e.g. a Pim Sen Daay), they will still have differences in features if they were pressed by two different block presses.
To compare, one has to find an amulet for comparison which came from exactly the same block press, of which there were many. this is where one’s studies of the historic facts, and ability to recognise which Block press Mold an amulet comes from, is essential study for students and aficionados of the Wat Bang Khun Prohm 09 series (and any series for that matter).
To give an idea as to how many different block presses there were, we can take a look at the fact that merely the Pim Yai (Pim Pra Pratan) model, had a total of 27 Block Presses made and used to finish pressing the whole series. The Pim Gaes Talu Sum model, was orginally pressed as a Pim Yai Block Press, but the Block Press broke where the tip of the Buddha’s topknot touched the arch.
The artisans reworked the block press and it became a design with the tip of the topknot piercing the arch, to cover up the broken part of the Block Press. And this brought the Pim Gaes Talu Sum model to be added into the series.
The 12 Pim Song Models of the Wat Bang Khun Prohm 2509 BE Series edition are as follows;
1. Pim Yai (Pim Pra Pratan)
2. Pim Sen Daay
3. Pim Song Chedi
4. Pim Gaes Bua Dtum
5. Pim Sangkati
6. Pim Prok Po
7. Pim Thaan Koo
8. Pim Thaan Saem
9. Pim Ok Krut
10. Pim Sayasana
11. Pim Kanaen
12. Pim Jantr Loi
In addition to the Pra Somdej models, there were the Pra Pong Pim Pra Sivali and Pim Roop Muean Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto) Prohmrangsri also released in this edition.
All the amulets which were not distributed to the public at the time were placed in the large Chedi Stupa Kru Chamber at Wat Mai Amataros (Wat Bang Khun Prohm). For the series, a water tank sized chamber was constructed within the Chedi for the storage of the amulets, with ten ventilation holes in it, with sand in the base to absorb any water which may enter from flooding.
The amulets were then filled into the chamber, with six silver foils in layers between each pile of amulets, with the words ‘Banju Pi 09’ on them, so people who may discover them in the far future will know which year they were buried in, and from which edition they came from. It is because of how the amulets were well stored and protected against the weather and elements, that the Pra Somdej Kru Wat Bang Khun Prohm 09 edition is more attractive that the 2500 BE Kru Chamber opening edition.
The earlier editions removed from the Chedi always suffered floods and climatic changes, and all have much more Kraap Kru growth on the surface of the amulets. Whereas the 2509 BE Pra Somdej Wat Bang Khun Prohm series amulets are pristinely preserved and kept, without any damage from floods or other weather related disasters or climate influenced events.
For this reasons, the Wat Bang Khun Prohm 2509 BE series is one of the most preferred editions of Pra Somdej, and perhaps the most highly p[referred edition from Wat Bang Khun Prohm after the original amulets from Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto) Prohmrangsri found in the Chedi years before.
Rian Charoen Porn Tee Raleuk Sala Bprian Edition 2517 BE Guru Monk Coin Amulet of Luang Phu Tim of Wat Laharn Rai Second Prize competition winner with Certificate of Second Prize and Authenticity
Luang Phu Tim’s eternal classic Guru Monk Coin the Rian Jaroen Porn Bon, in Nuea Tong Daeng, this one being a Pim Jor Gradok Jaek Gammagarn in Nuea Tong Daeng (Sacred Copper), with Thai ๙ Number 9 Numeral code stamp, and the ท (T for ‘Tim’) code stamp. Only 800 Gammagarn Jaroen Porn amulets were made. This edition was released in 2517 BE and handed out during the ceremony (Jaek Gammagarn). Free EMS Shipping is offered Worldwide Included in the Price for this Amulet.
Rian Charoen Porn Luang Por Tim Pim Jor Gradok Code 9 Nuea Tong Daeng Second Prize Competition Winner with Authenticity Certificate
Rian Charoen Porn Luang Por Tim Pim Jor Gradok Code 9 Nuea Tong Daeng Second Prize Competition Winner with Authenticity Certificate
The amulet comes with its second prize winner complimentary box, and A4 size Certificate of Second Prize Winner and Authenticity included, and the offer of free solid silver, stainless steel, or waterproof casing if desired. The Pim Jor Gradok Coin is also known as the ‘Block Prasobgarn’ for the many stories of miraculous events retold by devotees who have worn and revered this amulet.
Ongk Kroo version of Luang Por Pae Famous 2535 BE Edition released marking the 100th Anniversary of Wat Pikul Tong Temple, the Pra Somdej Sai Rung (Rainbow Somdej) Amulet. The amulet is made from various colored typesNuea Pong Puttakun (Non-Baked Naturally Dried and Hardened Sacred Powder Amulet), this was one of the Ongk Kroo versions made with Single Solid 24 K Takrut Insert.
Luang Por Pae’s Amulets are a Fine Class Sacred Amulet that is not outside the reach of those with lesser Budgets than some of the Wealthier Collectors, a Fine and recommendable Truly sacred Amulet of the Pim Niyom Class, easily presentable in show, and is an amulet that any Thai Amulet Collector in the Know would be quite Proud to own and Wear, however Rich or Not.
This is thus what we call a Top Class Amulet, at a very affordable price, comes including Waterproof Sealed Solid Gold Casing. 4.5 Grams of Solid Gold were used to make this casing.
This amulet was released marking the 100th Anniversary of Wat Pikul Tong Temple, and is now a Classic Edition, very rare indeed to find. This particular model is with Solid Gold Takrut. it has been encased in 4.5 Grams of Solid Gold, which is definitely fitting, and worthy of an Amulet of this Class.
Thailand Amulets presents an all time classic and essential rarity, of one of the Great Guru Monks of the Transitional Era (Pre-Post 2500 BE), the Sacred Khiaw Hmoo Dtan (solid not hollow anomaly) Wild Boar’s Tooth carved Palad Khik with Tiger and Sariga Yantra spell Inscriptions, and Carved Tiger on the hilt from Luang Por Sawai, of Wat Bridaram. The Carved Talismanic Animist Charms with their famous and instantly recognisable Hand Inscriptions of Luang Por Sawai, are amongst the most highly sought after and preferred amulets of Luang Por’s Pantheon, and are very rare to encounter.
Carved Boars Tusk Talismanic Charm with exquisitely made hand spell inscriptions, from Luang Por Sawai, of Wat Bridaram
This exhibit is carved from a Wild Boars Tusk into the shape of a Palad Khik Lingam with a Tiger seated on the hilt of the Lingam. The tusk is not just any old Boars Tusk, rather, ‘Khiaw’ Dtan’. Khiaw Dtan is a tusk that has no hollow inner, which is very rare anomaly, and seen to be powerful magic especially for Kong Grapan Chadtri and Maha Amnaj.
We recommend you make a user account with the store (can create account in checkout) if you buy this amulet, as then you will access six different Kata Chanting Tutorial Downloads in the Files Section of Your Account Profile, which come with this amulet
1. Kata Sariga Master Incantation Enchantment Spell
2. Kata Nok Sariga – Compendium of Short Supplementary Chants
3. Kata Paya Rachasri Himapant Lion Chant for Power
4. Kata Suea for Tiger Wicha Amulets and Sak Yant Thai Temple Tattoos
5. Kata Bucha for Palad Khik Amulets
6. Kata Bucha Luang Por Sawai Wat Bridaram
This talismanic charm amulet is imbued with a multitude of different types of Magic which complete the powers needed for almost all walks of life, with the Wicha Suea Tiger Magic, fyued with the Wicha Sariga Celestial Magpie and the Wicha Palad Khik.
Kata Bucha Nok Sariga
The shaft of the Palad Khik has inscriptions of the Yant Suea Tiger Wicha, for Maha Pokasap Maha Amnaj Maha Ud Kong Grapan Chadtri Klaew Klaad, and the Head of the Palad Khik has the Inscription of the Yant Sariga Celestial Magpie spell, for Metta Maha Niyom Maha Sanaeh Jerajaa Kaa Khaay Magic.
Kroo Sathidt Chodtikun (Luang Por Sawai Thidtawanno), was an elder monk of the pre 2500 BE generation of Guru Masters, who was born in 2464 BE in Ayuttaya, and became the abot of Wat Bridaram in Nakorn Pathom. His father’s name was ‘Suea’ (meaning ‘Tiger’) and his Mother’s name was ‘Yim’ (meaning ‘Smile’). Luang Por Sawai became known as one of the Great masters of Nakorn Pathom Province, but indeed is highly revered by Devotees in Ayuttaya too, for he was born there.
Luang Por Sawai passed away during Loi Kratong period, on the 11th November, in the year 2543 BE. He was known for his powerful Kong Grapan Chadtri Klaew Klaad Maha Amnaj (Commanding Power & Dominion) carved hand inscribed talismans. Luang Por Sawai’ possesses great fame for this kind of ‘Krueang Rang’ Talisman is legendary.
Below; another classic example of Palad Khik Luang Por sawai with his inimitable inscriptions, including the Sariga Birds on the head of the Palad Khik, for your comparison, and to reveal the signature details of the hand inscriptions which Luang Por Sawai used for his Carved Talismanic Charms.
All of his carved talismans are equally popular, be it the carved Khiaw Moo Dtan solid Boar Tooth, Palad Khik carved from tooth, ivory, bone, wood and coral, or his other animist charms. His Muan Sarn Sacred Powders amulets are manyfold and also highly revered, and well documented in encyclopaedic works.
Above; The tip of the tusk has Luang Por Sawai’s highly recognisable Sariga Birds engraved into the head of the Palad Khik
Luang Por Sawai’s Patipatā (practice and diligence), was highly regarded by devotees all around Thailand, for his great Purity and Meritorious Behaviour and Charitable Acts became heard of far and wide. The power of his amulets and the stories of success, is of course an additional factor involved in the cause of Luang Por Sawai becoming such a popular and famous Master for his Talismanic Charms.
Luang Por Sawai is highly renowned for his Mastery of the Yant Maha Gamnerd Narai ‘Birth of Vishnu’ Spell, which is said to be amongst the most powerful and Universally Effective Magic Spells in the Dtamra Saiyawaet of Vedic and Khmer Sorcery
Kata Bucha Luang Por Sawai of Wat Bridaram.
Use for Bucha to Luang Por Sawai, and his amulets, and especially those with the image of tiger will have great benefits from this Kata also. Those who are familiar with Tiger Wicha amulets will notice the presence of certain phrases which are invovations or praises to the Payakka Tiger. This is part of Luang Por Sawai’s Wicha, and even his own father was named ‘Tiger’, and the Tiger Wicha is one of the various Animist Talismanic Spells he mastered during his lifetime. The Kata works for any amulet of Luang Por Sawai or for paying Reverence to Luang Por Sawai himself (Bucha).
Luang Por Sawai was a Gaeji Ajarn Master of the Nakorn Pathom Province, which is the land where the Dhavaradi Period of Buddhism arose, and is known as the ‘Daen Sri Dhavaradi’. Nakorn Pathom is the location of the Great Pathom Chedi first Stupa which is said to commemorate the Buddha’s first place of resting when his alleged journey to Siam took place. Thai Buddhist legend states that the Buddha did visit what was then still Suvarnabhumi before the Chakri Kingdom of Siam arose, and that he stopped to rest where the Great Chedi Stupa of Nakorn Pathom now stands. This Chedi is the oldest Chedi well over 1000 years old, and was built to commemorate the Buddha’s first resting place in Siam.
His famous Palad Khik, Khiaw Moo, and of course his final edition Takrut Bailan 100 Pi are amongst the many world famously powerful (and beautiful!) amulets of his pantheon to be accepted and highly regarded by the amulet appreciation societies of Thailand. The amulets of Luang Por Sawai are seen to grace the pages of encyclopaedic volumes of amulet aficionado societies, and has enjoyed a place of high status in national amulet magazines over the last few decades.
This Palad Khik is carved from a piece of natural Tusk, and has been inscribed with a mass of sacred Khom agkhara spell inscriptions, and Yant. The true ancient formula of inscriptions of the Dtamra Palad Khik are most impressively inscribed on the surface of the most difficult to fashion tusk. The Yant Suea Phaen ‘Leaping Tiger Yantra” is inscribed with immense detail, and a host of Khom Agkhara Inscriptions embellishing its power, with Invocations of Tiger Magic.
The invocations and awakening and turning of the four elements were performed, the heart Mantra to awaken the Palad Khik (Kata Hua Jai Jone – Heart of the Gangster Kata), and the Akarn 32 Incantation to reanimate it and bring it to life, with the spirit of the Magic of the Suea (tiger), Sariga (Celestial Magpie), and the Lingam of Shiva Wicha Palad Khik.
The Palad Khik is an Ancient Wicha, whose development can be traced right back to the Vedic Brahman Occult practices of Thousands of Years ago. Palad Khik amulets must be empowered by the repetition of incantations, which Thais call ‘Kata Bucha’. Kata Bucha are derived from the Devanagari word ‘ghata poojah’.
The incantations for Palad Khik depend on the creator’s lineage in each school of traditional Animist magic, but in truth, one can use any or all of the many different Kata given for Palad Khik..
Kata Bucha Palad Khik
Ganha Nē Ha – Na Ma Pa Ta
Ja Pa Ga Sa – Na Mo Put Taa Ya – Gan Ha Nē Ha Na – Ma Pa Ta – Om Siwaling – Sabbha Metta – Sabbha Pokaa – Sabbha Laapo – Sabbha Tanaa – Sabbha Yasa – Sabbha Pranee – Sabbha Mangalaani Bhavantume – Om Laluay Mahaa Laluay Samsip Sorng Hee Hae Hom Lorm Dtorm Kuay Khor Hai Guu Ram Ruay Pro Hua Kuay An Nii Da Daa Di Dii Duu Dii Hee Maa Kuay Maa Burut Maa Dii Sadtrii Mii Maa Swaa Home
Below is a Tutorial for Chanting the Kata Palad Khik
The Takrut bailan Pitsamorn of Luang Por Gaew (2393 – 2462 BE) is an amulet that is over a century old and is considered an eminent member of the ‘Gao Yang Tee Kuan Mee Dtid Gaay’ (Nine Sacred amulets which one should wear for perfect blessings), of olden days, which was a famous proverbial saying of devotees of amulets in Thailand in olden times.
This exhibit below, is a perfect example of the classic and most commonly accepted Takrut Bailan Pitsamorn of Luang Por gaew being round like a wheel with a hole in the middle and wrapped with Sinjana cords, red ancient Chinese lacquer (Rak Chart), and gold leaf.
This exhibit can be considered ‘Tae Doo Ngaay’ (very easy to see its authenticity and true age), from the darkened hardened lacquer and depth of immersion of the gold leaf. The appearance of the amulet possesses exactly the right signs of natural ageing to authenticate its age as being from the Era of Luang Por Gaew, and its materials and style of making is inimitably supportive of this, which gives a 100% certainty of authenticity for this amulet.
The amulet should be worn on a neck-chain or at the lowest point above the waist, as it contains Bailan parchment scrolls with Buddhist Prayers, and should not be worn below the waist. The Takrut Bailan Pitsamorn of Luang Por Gaew is considered one of the top Nine amulets of all time of the ‘Krueang Rang’ Talismanic Charm category of Thai Amulets, famed for its Kong Grapan Chadtri Klaew Klaad and Metta Maha Niyom powers.
Luang Por Gaew made his Takrut Bailan from Bailan that came from the village of Bang Pern, whose name means ‘Block Guns’ and is part of how he began the empowerment of Maha Ud and Kong Grapan Chadtri within the parchment scrolls before inscription. When his devotees who he would ask to go toe bang Pern to cut Bailan parchment for him to inscribe, they would ask ‘why do we have to travel so far to get Bailan parchment when it grows nearby?’. Luang Por Gaew would always say ‘if you want the best of the best, sometimes you have to travel far and wide to find it, and if you dont go to get it, then you wont ever have the good stuff’
Luang Por Gaew would inscribe the Bailan leaves with the Khom letter ‘MI’ and encircle it with inscriptions of the Kata Hua Jai Suea Saming Were Tiger Invocation (Phū Pi Phū Pa) in Sacred Khom Agkhara Characters. The Hua Jai Suea saming is also known as the Hua Jai See Sahaay (four friends heart Mantra).
The strange thing is, that as Luang Por Gaew was gathering the materials in his Kuti to inscribe the Takrut, the birds in the forest were making lots of noise chirping and calling out. But as soon as Luang Por Gaew began his inscriptions, they all fell silent. As he finished the last one, and closed the ceremony, the birds of the forest all began to resound with loud calls and birdsong again immediately!!!
Luang Por Gaew delcared this to be a confirmation and sign that the spell within the Takrut possessed Maha Ud power, to silence (guns and enemies). The Takrut Bailan Pitsamorn is especially famopus for this Kong Grapan Chadtri power, but in addition is also highly regarded for Klaew Klaad and Maha Lap Serm Duang Metta Maha Niyom mercy Charm.
This revealed that Luang Por gaew knew that the Bailan of Bang Pern had special powers which is not found in all Bailan fields, and that the village of Bang Pern did not get its name for no reason, for the earth powers within this municipality defeated the powers of gunpowder, through a high presence of gunstopper minerals in the earth.
Below: Luang Por Gaew of Wat Puang Malai
Luang Por Gaew Wat Puang Malai
The Takrut Bailan Pitsamorn is one of the most ancient forms of Takrut, and is considered very powerful protection against all forms of danger, including physical harm against sharp objects that pierce the skin (Kong Grapan Chadtri), Anti Ballistic Weaponry (Maha Ud), evade accidents (Klaew Klaad), against poisonous wild animals (Pongan Sadtw Raay), Anti Black Magick (Gae Aathan) and Ghosts and Demons (Gan Phuudt Phii Pisaj).
This exhibit of Pra Pid Ta Wat Bor Win is made from Pong Bailan, and Pong Prai Kumarn and other Muan Sarn Sacred Powders of Luang Phu Tim, and has the sacred Yant Nam Tao embossed on the rear face. Not all exhibits have the Yant on the rear face, those having one being more highly preferred models. The amulets were Blessed in 9 Empowerment Ceremonies by 9 great Master ceremonies with L.P. Tim performing a further nine months of nightly empowerments in solo.
The Pra Chud Wat Bor Win amulet series, is an officially accepted edition of the pantheon of Luang Phu Tim, and a Pra Niyom Category Master Class amulet of High Status, with Indisputably Sacred Blessings.
The edition was created from Muan Sarn Sacred Powders donated by the Great Luang Phu Tim Issarigo, of Wat Laharn Rai, to Mr. Manoche Hlao Khwan Sathitya, who was the first Looksit of Luang Phu Tim, to make this edition for Pra Ajarn Gim, who commissioned it in the year 2516 BE, for release in 2518 BE.\
A Pra Niyom Classic that is destined to become an Immortal Favourite and an Essential Rarity, which wil be ever more highly regarded, and never forgotten. Its Sacred Power to Bless and Protect should be undoubted, for the Blessings of the many great masters whose powers go undisputed, and the Sacred Muan Sarn Sacred Powders donated by Luang Phu Tim. This amulet is classifiable as a ‘Pra Anuraks’ (Conservation Class Model Amulet) of the Dtamra Luang Phu Tim, of Wat Laharn Rai (Rayong).
Kata Bucha Luang Phu Tim
Arahang Samma Samputto Nachaa Lidti – Anadtaa Agusalaa Tammaa Namoputtaaya
Pra Somdej Thaan Singh 2495 BE Niyom Rare Master Class Amulet, of the Great Luang Phu Nak, Wat Rakang Kositaram.
The Pra Somdej Thaan Singh is one of the very rarest of all amulets of Luang Phu Nak, and this particular exhibit, is in Absolutely Pristine Condition. This exhibit possesses ‘Nuea Graeng’ (time-hardened and condensed Muan Sarn clay), which is considered by amulet aficionados an aspect of great importance in the Dtamra Pra Somdej of the lineage of Abbots and Guru Masters of Wat Rakang Temple.
An all time classic and extremely rare preferred Pim Niyom amulet of this Master. The famous and highly preferred Pra Somdej Thaan Thaan Singh Pim Yai Masterclass amulet of Luang Phu Nak, of Wat Rakang Kositaram, was made in 2495 BE, using old broken amulets and sacred powders from the repository of Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto) Prohmrangsri Wat Rakang Kositaram. This exhibit has a very marbled stone like relief and is highly condensed with defined relief, which is referred to in the special vocabulary of the amulet community as ‘Nuea Graeng Doo Ngaay’ meaning ‘stone hard and easily recognisable’. The front face of the Pra Somdej Thaan Singh features a Buddha image sat meditating on top of a very high and tapered escalating Dais, with three tiers, and decorative legs on each tier of the dais, which are known as ‘Thaan Singh’ meaning ‘Lion Dais’
Pra Somdej Thaan Singh Luang Phu Nak Wat Rakang Kositaram
The Pra Somdej amulets made by Luang Phu Nak contained a massive quantity of crushed up Pra Somdej amulets made by Somdej Dto Prohmrangsri of Wat Rakang, which LP Nak had collected over the years from Looksit who brought their broken amulets to return to the Temple, as well as a sackful he found in the roof of the Prayer Room (‘Bote’ in Thai). They are thus the second choice of those wishing to possess the magic of Pra Somdej Wat Rakang of Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto) Prohmrangsri, but who can neither afford, nor find such unreachable amulets, which are only seen hanging around the necks of Millionaires. Luang Phu Nak believed that the Pra Somdej amulets made by Somdej Dto had inimitable magical qualities and special power within the Muan Sarn (sacred powder used to make the amulets), and because of the meditative power of Somdej Dto who blessed them.
Therefore apart from being made by one of Thailands great Master Gaeji Ajarn, and being an authentic ancient Wat Rakang Amulet from one of the Great Abbots of this Temple, it is also Doubly Sacred, for the fact that it contains original Somdej Dto Wat Rakang Amulets in the Sacred Powder mixture too. It is said by many, that Luang Phu Nak made the Pra Somdej Thaan Singh in emulation of Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto) Prohmrangsri’s legendary Pra Somdej made for Wat Lakorn Tam Temple