Pra Khun Phaen Ban Krang Run Sao Ha - Wat Kae

Pra Khun Phaen (run sao haa), made at Wat Kae - blessed in a grand Maha Puttapisek ceremony on Sao Haa auspicious date. Serm Duang (improve luck, fate and Horoscope), Kong Grapan (invincibility protection spell) and Maha Sanae (charming spell for good business sales and gaining lovers).

Above; Pra Khun Phaen Pim Sum Ruean Gaew (Pim Yai) 3.5 x 5.5 cm

Pra Gru Khun Phaen Sum Ruean Gaew (Pim Yai) - Wat Kae Supannburi

The amulet is made from 'Din Phao' (baked clay) in the traditional manner of the Gru Ban Grang Khun Phaen amulets. The rear face shows rare beauty that is hard to find in an amulet that is less than a century old

They are faithfully reconstructed in the same original manner, with the same ceremonial methods as the famous Ban Grang Amulets.  The Muan Sarn (sacred powders) and clays used are of genuine sacred materials and from sacred locations, as a true Khun Phaen amulet should be. In fact, coming from Wat Kae (anyone who knows the Khun Phaen Legends will know the importance of Ban Kae), it can be seen that these amulets are perhaps the closest you could get to the real Pra Khun Phaen Ban Grang without paying an arm and a leg to get one. They are as authentic as they come in my opinion, and come from the temple that is directly in the lineage of the Khun Phaen legends. A real Pra Khun Phaen indeed. You cannot get closer than this to the original creation method.

Five different 'Pim' (models and sizes) available in various sizes. All the five classic Pim found in the original Ban Grang amulets are in this set.

Above; Pra Khun Phaen Pim Pra Pratan 2.5 x 4.5 cm

Pra Khun Phaen Ban Krang Pim Pra Pratan - Run Sao Ha - Wat Kae

The Maha Puttapisek ceremony was made on a very unusual occasion, for not only was it Sao Haa auspicious date and Lunar alignments, the particular astrological configuration coรncided that both Venus and the Moon were precisely in the phase that Thai Buddhist Astrologers class as 'Maha Ut'. This particular occasion, both Venus and the Moon were radiating their power to clear bad energy and fate, and to increase Baramee and Merit in the wearer of the amulets, as well as the immense Kong Grapan power of protection.

Above; Pra Khun Phaen Pim Bai Mayom 2.2 x 4 cm

Contrary to popular belief, the Khun Phaen is not an amulet for 'Men Only'. Its power of charm and attraction is useful for business salesperson, its protective Kong Grapan power and Serm Duang (auspicious Horoscope) power is useful to both ladies and men. There are various Pim in different sizes, some of which are suitable for a child or a lady to wear.

Pra Gru Ban Grang Khun Phaen Pim Bai Mayom - Wat Kae Supannburi

The use of Astrological alignments of the Moon and the planet Venus allow for an especially strong empowerment fitting for Khun Phaen amulets of the 'Old School' variety.

These amulets are in my opinion top quality, sacred blessed amulets, that shall also one day take their place amongst the classics. They have been blessed by the Monks of the Khun Phaen lineage, at one of the most important Khun Phaen temples, created in the original authentic Khun Phaen manner, and using olde powder from original Khun Phaen amulets in the Muan Sarn. They are faithfully reproducing the original Khun phaen amulet to perfection, and are an immense pleasure to have ini ones possession. Thes amulets do not come with case, for they deserve a custom casing that depends on the owners taste and budget. I can arrange for silver custom engraved casing though if you wish.

Above; Pra Khun Phaen Pim Khaen Awn 2.5 x 4.2 cm

Pra Gru Ban Grang Khun Phaen Pim Khaen Awn - Wat Kae Supannburi

Above; Pra Khun Phaen Pim Taewada (Jumbo) 3 x 5.3 cm

Pra Gru Ban Grang Khun Phaen Pim Taewada (Jumbo) - Wat Kae Supannburi
Apart from the Sao Ha edition, Wat Kae also has released the 'Run Setheee Mahasarn' and 'Run Rak Gan' series of amulets. Wat Kae is a classic temple of Historic importance in the Pra Khun Phaen legends, and one of Thailands greatest makers of Ancient style amulets in original method.

above; Run Sao Ha edition Pra Khun Phaen amulets
Above; Run Sethee Mahasarn edition Pra Khun Phaen amulets
Above; Run Rak Gan edition Pra Khun Phaen amulets

Piti Maha Puttapisek Pra Khun Phaen Run Sao Haa was held at Wat Kae in the 'Wiharn Maha Ut' Vihara shrine room. The ceremony was performed on 20th March 2553, Haa Kam, Duean Haa - 5th lunar phase of the fifth lunar month - 'Sao Haa' means 'Saturday  of the Five'. Sao Haa is an auspicious date for Puttapisek blessing and empowerment ceremonies, and is traditionally believed to be a rare source of great magical power for amulets.

Above Pic; Top left - Pra Kroo Bpladtammawongsaanuwatr (Abbot of Wat Kae) lights the Tian Chai to inaugurate the ceremony. Top right - Luang Por Poon douses out the Tian Chai to close the ceremony.
Bottom left - Luang Por Poon (Wat Ban Paen). Center - Luang Por Chuan (Wat Pra Loi), and (below right) Luang Por Chorb (Wat Sawang Arom).

Muan Sarn (Pong Khun Phaen, and Pong Khun Phaen Gao) used in the making of the amulets.


'Jut Tian Chai' - lighting the Victory Candle

Muan Sarn and Wan - herbs and sacred powders, pollens and flowers for the amulet mixture.

LP Poon (above)

Luang Por Chuan (above)

Luang Por Perm (above)
Luang Por Chorb (above)

And now some more amulets  from Wat Kae which will be Coming Soon to the store

Pra Gring Bua Rorp (Wat Kae)

Ajarn Nam blessed and empowered the Pra Gring Bua Rorp (run Burana Sala edition) amulets.
Luang Phu Nam (89 years old), famous Master Monk of Supannburi province, is the Abbot of Wat Noi Chompoo, in 'Ban Grang' (the home of the original Famous Pra Khun Phaen Ban Grang amulet).

The amulets were made to raise funds for improving the Sala Bprian at the temple of Wat kae to make it a two storey building, for it is no longer large enough.
Pra Kring Bua Rorb - 'Run Burana Sala' Wat Kae and Wat Noi Chompoo - Nuea Tong Tip

Pra Kring Bua Rorb - 'Run Burana Sala' Wat Kae and Wat Noi Chompoo - Nuea Navaloha

Below; Pra Kring Naresworn Yudtahadtheee Koo Phaen Din.

The above Pra Kring was made as a special 500 limited edition Kring which was made for the sponsors of the Kathina robes giving ceremony of 20th NIvember 2553 BE at Wat Kae, and were given to donators who gave a donation of more than ten thousand Baht (about 350 dollars) per donation. The amulets have a very high amount of pure gold smelted into the sacred metals.

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left above pic; Luang Phu Nam meditating to enter Jhana for empowering the amulets. two pics right; Lighting the Tian Vipassee and the Tian Novahorakun (ritual candles), for the Puttapisek Ceremony.

Above; Continuing the lineage of Pra Kring amulet metal - old editions of various Pra Kring amulets are smelted together and joined with the new mixture, in continuous lineage. You can see the 'Sai Sinjana' cords in the hands of the monks as they pray and chant to transmit the continuation of lineage of magic power instilled within the Pra Kring amulets.

Above; The Sala Bprian which is in process of refurbishing and extension. Funds from the amulets will finance thie completion of the construction.

Below; The Ceremony to smelt and mold the Pra Kring amulets was held at the Don Chedi monument.

 Above; Pra Taep Suwanna Molee (head monk of Supannburi province) heads the opening ceremony of pouring the gold into the Pra Kring The pouring of the first smelting is a grand ceremony and important part of the magical formula of Pra Kring amulets.

LP Nam learned many Wicha with Luang Phu Hmuean, who was in turn of the lineage of LP Niam (Wat Noi), as well as receiving more Wicha from an Abhinya powered monk, Luang Phu Bun (Wat Klang Bang Gaew).

some ingredients for the Sacred mixture can be seen in above and below pics

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