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Phra Pidta Thai Amulet Luang Por Khao Heng

Phra Pidta Luang Phor Khao Heng

Phra Pid Ta (Pid Tawarn) Thai Amulet from the Ud Maha Lap Yim Badtiharn Yim Rap Sap Edition of amulets, made from Nuea Pised Bat Tong (Special Gold Sprayed Sacred Powders), with hand spell inscriptions on the rear face, 2 Takrut spell inserts, and a limited series number with code stamp on the base. This Phra Pid Ta amulet was empowered and released by the Continuance Master of the Legend of Luang Phu Suang, the Inimitable Luang Phor Khao Heng, of Wat Dtaban Satatam, in Surin.

Phra Pid Ta Luang Phor Khao Heng

Various Buddhas or Bodhisattvas or Deities are fashioned into the posture of Phra Pid Ta, or Phra Pid Tawarn (meaning ‘closing the orifices). Pid Tawarn can close 7, or 9 orifices (seven being called ‘Phra Pid Sadtatawarn’ and nine being called ‘Phra Pid Navatawarn’). The Phra Pid Ta is considered to be an amulet with ‘Maha Ud’ and ‘Kong Grapan’ power (invincibility and gunstopping power), but is also made as a wealth bringer, in which case, the amulet will be called ‘Phra Pid ta Maha Lap’.



Luang Phor Khao Heng chose the Phra Pid Ta Ud Maha Lap amulets for special empowerment with strong leanings towards Metta Maha Niyom Choke Lao Pokasap magic, to increase Mercy Charm and attract Wealth and Lucky Circumstances.

The Phra Pid Ta Ud Maha Lap amulet has been blessed with powers to increase professional success and personal wealth, and increase popularity and status in social and professional areas of Life. The Phra Pid Ta also provides Klaew Klaad Protection. If you wish to protect against thieves, burglars or pestering enemies, light 5 sticks of incense and pray to the Phra Pid Ta to protect you.


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Buddha Abhiseka LP Moon Maha Lap Amulets Blessing Wat Ban Jan 2560 BE

Buddha Abhiseka Ritual Amulet Blessing Ceremony of the Rian Hlor Hlang Yant Paed Tidt Cast Sacred Metals Guru Monk Coin on New Year’s Eve of the Year 2560 BE at Wat Ban Jan, with Gaeji Ajarn Master Monks of the Wat Ban Jan LP Moon Lineage performing chanting and meditative empowerment of the amulets, with invocations of the spirit of LP Moon to assist with his blessings and powers.

Below Image; Collage of the Blessing Ceremony of the Rian Lor Hlang Yant Paed Tidt Luang Phu Moon Wat Ban Jan

Buddha Abhiseka Amulet Blessing Rian Lor LP Moon Tithasilo Wat Ban Jan 2560 BE
Buddha Abhiseka Amulet Blessing Rian Lor LP Moon Tithasilo Wat Ban Jan 2560 BE

The Buddha Abhiseka Blessing Ceremony was performed at Wat Ban Jan on Sunday 24th December 2560 BE, with the Monks of Wat Ban Jan to assist in the chanting of the Dhamma Chakra.

To lead these Monks and bring true power to the amulets, Five great Master Monks of the LP Moon Lineage to be seated at cardinal points around the amulets to perform the meditative empowerment (called ‘Nang Prok’ in Thai);

Pra Kroo Wisutti Silakorn LP Seng Blessing Rian Lor LP Moon Amulets
Pra Kroo Wisutti Silakorn (LP Seng) Blessing Rian Lor LP Moon Amulets in ‘Nang Prok’
Pra Kroo Sutammagij Bishop of Ban Jan District Temples
Pra Kroo Sutammagij Bishop of Ban Jan District Temples
Pra Kroo Sophitasaratam Vice Archbishop of Sri Saket
Pra Kroo Sophitasaratam Vice Archbishop of Sri Saket
Pra Ajarn Udom Sap of Samnak Songk Weluwan, in Sri Saket
Pra Ajarn Udom Sap of Samnak Songk Weluwan, in Sri Saket
Luang Phu Rew Chantago Wat Nong No Ubon Rachathani
Luang Phu Rew Chantago of Wat Nong No in Ubon Rachathani

The Coins were made in three different types of Chanuan Muan Sarn sacred Metals;

1. Nuea Maha Chanuan (9,709 amulets made).

2. Nuea Albaca Pasom Chanuan (3,444 amulets made).

3. Nuea Ngern (solid silver – only 19 amulets made).

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Four Amulet Blessing Ceremonies at Wat Ballangk with Luang Por Koon Worabanyo

A look at a gallery of images of the four blessing ceremonies made in 2561 BE at Wat Ballangk with Luang Por Koon Worabanyo performing empowerments, for various editions of amulets, and charitable projects. The blessings were performed over a number of different amulets including some which were then passed on to other temples for further empowerment. Amongst the amulets blessed in the four ceremonies at Wat Ballangk in 2561 were the Rian Prohm Yin Dee rhombus shape Luang Por Koon with 4 faced Brahma Yantra coins, the Buddha Riding Cockerel Amulet LP Parn Diamond Armour Wicha sacred clay amulet, See Pheung Maha Mongkol Maha Lap Potions, Rian Traimas coins, and other types of Guru Monk coins and talismans.

Below we see LP Koon performing blessings during the various ceremonies, as well as performing the ritual of ‘Kiaw See Pheung’ waxy Metta Balm potion boiling.