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This is a great example of an amulet from a series series known as Sao Ha, blessed By Luang Phor Tim, Wat Lahanrai in the year BE 2514. Many were covered in natural lacquer such as this pim known as Phra Somdej Pim Prok Pho Taan Paa Thip. Supplied with full independent Certificate of Authenticity.
This particular example has a clear fingerprint imnpression of LP Tim to the reverse
The amulets were released from Wat Pailom, Rayong with the blessing ceremony being held on the 22nd August BE 2513 and attended by nine well known monks of that era. Luang Phor Tim was master of the ceremony.
|Luang Poo Tim of Wat Laharnrai, Rayong Province
|Luang Phor Kong of Wat Wangsaparos, Chantaburi Province
|Luang Phor Chern of Wat Marbkar, Rayong Province
|Luang Poo Lad of Wat Nongkrabok, Rayong Province
|Luang Poo Tung of Wat Pay, Rayong Province
|Luang Phor Hom, Wat Chakmak,
|Luang Phor Chai of Wat Mairnangplerm, Ayudhaya Province
|Luang Phor Ruay of Wat Tarur, Rayong Province
|Luang Phor Sala of Wat Pradoosongdharma, Ayudhaya Province
These amulets were made to gain much needed funds to support the renovation of Wat Pailom, Barnkai, Rayong.It was in B.E.2512 Phra Ajahn Poon decided to create the sacred series of Sao Ha amulets and announced his intentions to the public.Phra Ajahn Poon wanted the amulets to be as sacred as possible, and his endeavour’s were supported by many temples throughout Thailand, which donated sacred powders. He also approached Luang Phor Tim who agreed to chant the amulets for nine consecutive days.
Phra Ajahn Poon said during that time Luang Poo Tim was not as famous as he is now, but he realized that he possessed strong scared power, and it was for this reason that he asked for assistance.
Nowadays of course Luang Phor Tim’s amulets are without doubt some of the most sought after in Thailand, and as a result these Sao Ha amulets have also increased in value substantially
Many hundreds of different sacred components make up these amulets including amongst others.
108 Herbs and Sedges for Kongkrapan (invulnerabilty) and Metta (Attractiveness)
108 kinds of pollen
Sacred water from 108 temples
Sacred powder from Luang Phor Wong, Wat Barnkai
Sacred Powder and sacred green wax from Luang Phor Tarb, Wat Krabok
Sacred Powder from Luang Phor Peng, Wat Lahanrai
Sacred Powder from Luang Phor Nak, Wat Rakhang
Soil from nine sacred locations throughout the kingdom, and from various temple cells.
Lichens and Moss collected from temple pagodas
Powders ground from numerous ancient votive tablets and amulets , including those collected from Kampaengphet, Ayuthya, Sukothai, Suphanburi, Lop-Buri , Pichit etc.
25 Buddha Sattawas amulet powder
Pathom Ackara powder
Phra Ajahn Poon brought all the sacred materials back to the temple where he mixed them together at the “Buang suang” ceremony held on Saturday 22nd March B.E.2512 at 09.09 AM, this being a very auspicious day.
Amulets were then hand pressed into moulds. It was said that some of the amulets were very attractive whereas others were not, but they were all considered sacred
The amulets created were divided into nine different Pims:
Phra Somdej Prok Pho Pim Yai
Phra Somdej Tarn Pim Paa Tip
Phra Somdej Jumbo (Pra Pratan )
Pra Somdej Prok Pho Lek
Phra Somdej Nang Phaya Kartoh
Rian Gong Jak amulets or sacred coins, featuring Somdej Prok Pho to the front.
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