Wai Kroo and Buddha Abhiseka Blessing Ceremony picture gallery of the Jantr Phaen 2560 BE 88th Birthday edition of Luang Por Payungk Tammatinno, of Wat Pha Sak. Luang Por Payungk is the continuance of the Lineage Wicha of his Kroo Ba Ajarn Luang Por Hwan of Wat Dork Mai, and Luang Phu Nai, of Wat Ban Jaeng (Master of the number one Jing Jok gecko amulets of all time).
This edition included sacred powder and metallic coin versions of the Ruesi Por Kroo Ruesi Phu Paetchalugan Hermit God, along with other amulets and occult charms such as the See Pheung jantr Phaen Jaek Mae Krua Potion.
The Ruesi Paetchalugan amulets were made only in small size, but using a most highly concentrated muan sarn powder admixture, for a special series of Pra Ruesi amulets made in Wai Kroo Ceremony to the Lersi (Ruesi) Hermit God Paetchalugan, Lord of Engineering and Artisanry, and God of the Master Sorceror.
See Pheung Jantr Phaen Jaek Mae Krua.
The See Pheung Maha Sanaeh Jaek Mae Krua Maha Sanaeh Maha Choke Lap waxy Prai Oil Potion of Luang Por Payungk (Wat Pha Sak), was made for distribution to devotees that came to help out at the temple, and the kitchen ladies who come to help cook for the monks and the poor temple orphans. Released in extreme limited edition of 999 lids
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.
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);
The Coins were made in three different types of Chanuan Muan Sarn sacred Metals;
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.