Phra Somdej Kaiser Wat Arun. Pim Jumbo
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5.3 x 3.3 cm
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This is the Jumbo Pim – Supplied with an attarctive stainless steel case
Phra Somdej Song Kaiser is made from a powerful combination of more than 200 different kinds of sacred substances gathered from temples, monasteries, stupas and guru masters of both past and present times from all over Thailand and the four sacred Buddhist sites of pilgrimage in India.
The consecration ceremony was presided by the Supreme Patriach Sakhon Maha Sangha Parinayok from Wat Bovornives, Somdej Phra Buddhacharn from Wat Saket and Somdej Phra Maha Tirachan from Wat Chana Songkhram.
The Phra Somdej amulet was blessed and consecrated for a total of nine times by 99 outstanding senior Buddhist masters who sat in concentration and mindfulness.
The consecration ceremonies for this amulet took three years and the sacred materials used in the manufacture of the amulet took 25 years to collect.
The materials include Phra Somdej Wat Rakhang and Bangkhunphrom holy powder from Somdej Phra Phuttacharn Toh, soil and leaves from the Bodhi tree in India, powder from Phra Somdej Wat Plub and Wat Indraviharn, powder from Phra Wat Paknam 1st, 4th and 6th batch, relics of Buddha’s disciples, powder from Ajahn Lee Wat Asokaram, powder from Wat Prasat Luang Poo Thuad B.E.2506, powder from Phra Somdej Luang Phor Phrom Wat Chong Kae, powder from Luang Phor Sothon and other sacred pilgrimage sites around Thailand.
This amulet is made from so many blessed materials, totalling more than 200 kinds, that having a piece of this amulet is equal to owning all the top famous amulets ever created in Thailand as all the materials are contained within.
This Phra Somdej amulet can be said to be one of the best Buddhist pendants ever created in recent times. It is highly recommended to be worn by people of all ages and all walks of life to experience multiple blessings and merits.
King Rama 5th visited Europe for the first time. in B.E 2440. During that visit he met King William Kaiser of Germany. The king of Germany noticed and showed interest in an amulet which the Thai King was carrying. It was a Phra Somdej Puttajarn ( Toh ) Wat Rakhang amulet. The King of Thailand gave this amulet as a gift to the German King.
The list of material used in the creation of this amulet is quite incredible in itself. It took 25 years to collect all the materials and the consecration ceremonies took 3 years to complete.
In addition to powder and materials traditionally used to make Phra Somdej amulets, powder and materials from old Phra Somdej amulets and ruins of Phra Somdej Phuttacharn Toh, Wat Rakhang Khositaram, Wat Chaiyo Woravihara, Wat Mai Amataros, Wat Indraviharn, as well as materials from various underground sacred cells and holy places since Chiang Saen, Sukhothai, Sri Satchanalai, U Thong, Lopburi, Ayutthaya, Rattanakosin periods and 199 kinds of sacred soil from overseas religious places.
The materials have been blended and consecrated for a total of 9 consecration ceremonies chaired by the Supreme Patriach, Somdej Phra Sangharaj Nyanasamvara, and by 99 senior Buddhist monks.
It took 25 years to collect all the materials and the consecration ceremonies took 3 years to complete. The powder and materials are still left in the temple for later generations to have a look.
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