Rian Sima 3 Gaeji Ajarn Pak Tai - Luang Por Tuad, Luang Phu Gaew and Por Tan Klai Wajasit - Nuea Tong Pasom

Rian Sima 3 Gaeji Ajarn Pak Tai - Luang Por Tuad (Wat Chang Hai), Luang Phu Gaew and Por Tan Klai Wajasit' Run Chae Yid 99 Rom Yen Pen Sukh'. This amulet was made in two different materials - 'Nuea Tong Pasom (gold and brass alloys), and 'Nuea Albaca'. There are three different design models with various combinations of Master Monks emblazoned on them. Albaca is more highly priced.

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Maker; Luang Phu Gaew Tammaramo (99 years old)
Material; Nuea Tong Pasom
Year of issue; 2553
Temple of issue; Wat Sapan Mai Gaen, Songkhla
Dimensions; 2.2 cm wide x 3 cm high
Por Tan Klai Wajasit is featured on the rear face of the amulet - LP Tuad and Por Tan Klai are South Thailands Greatest and most revered ever Gaeji Ajarn Master Monks of all time. Thai people consider that just to have an image of one of these two monks is enough to have magical protection, regardless of if it was blessed or not. This edition enjoys certainly the sacred honor of having two such miracle monks on the face, as well as having recieved empowerment from a host of Master Monks of the older generation of South Thai Magical tradition.

Puttapisek Empowerment and Blessing ceremony with a large number of the remaining aged monks from the Soouthern Buddha magic tradition, ranging in age from age 83, to 134 year old monk (Luang Phu Bpra)!
Above - some of the Ancient Master Monks who joined in the Puttapisek ceremony;
Por Tan Khiaw (84), Wat Huay Ngo, Luang Phu Pum, Wat Bon Khao (108), Luang Phu Bpra, Wat Phu Khao Din (113), Luang Phu Gluean, Wat Pradoo Mai (108), Por Tan Nuan, Wat Sai Hra (89), Por Tan Bun Hai, Wat Ta Muang (83), Luang Por Chern, Wat Nai Praab (87), Luang Phu Ueam, Wat Bang Nian (105), Luang Phu Khai, Wat Lam Nawa (96), Luang Phu Gaew, Wat Sapan Mai Gaen (100), Luang Por Tong, wat Sampao Cheuy (94) and Por Tan Prohm, Wat Palanupap (93).
Rian Sima 3 Gaeji Ajarn Pak Tai - Luang Por Tuad, Luang Phu Gaew and Por Tan Klai Wajasit - Nuea Tong Pasom

A read of this list above leaves those who know their Masterr monks flabberghasted at the number of important magic makers of a generation of Masters who are in the last phase of their generation, and represent a tradition that is now passing to a new generation. A rare opportunity to find a new amulet that has been empowered by old masters. Between the power and sacredness of the Masters depicted on this amulet, and the Masters who have empowered it, i believe there is nothing left needed to say to indicate the importance and power of these amulets, despite the fact they are brand new modern amulets, they have plenty about them that is ancient and historical. I have a feeling that these monk coins will become rare and treasured items for those who rever the Southern Buddha Magic tyraditions and knows the Gaeji ajarn invlved in the empowerment. If you know these monks and their reputations, you will be as mindblown as i am by the empowerment ritual made for these amulets.

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