Khun Phaen Prai Boran Nga Dork Wasana Wan Grayasart Luang Phu Panya

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Pra Khun Phaen Prai Boran Gammagarn 2 Amulets Box Set in Nuea Pong Nga Dork Wasana Bad Tong (Ivory and Lucky Flower Pollens Powders) with Nuea Wan Grayasart (Almsbowl Baked Rice powders), with Pim Yai having Gold Leaf and double Takrut (one copper Takrut Sariga Tong Daeng, and one silver Takrut Sariga Ngern) inserted into the rear face, with Pim Lek small size amulet ( with one copper Takrut Sariga Tong Daeng, and one silver Takrut Sariga Ngern inserted into the rear face). A Special Gammagarn limited series amulet set  from the Wasana Dee Sap Lon Luea 108 years old Edition, blessed by the Great Luang Phu Panya, of Wat Nong Pak Nam

Released in the Year 2555 BE to celebrate Luang Phu Panya’s  108th Birthday.  The front of the large (Pim Yai) amulet is covered with gold powders, and has a Silver Takrut Ngern and Copper Takrut Tong Daeng, and the palm of Luang Phu’s hand on the rear face, as the edition trademark.

The second amulet (Pim Lek) is the smaller model is also made from the same extremely rich Prai Maha Lap Powder mixture added to the Sacred Prai Kumarn powders, with one copper Takrut Sariga Tong Daeng, and one silver Takrut Sariga Ngern inserted into the rear face. Recommended for Ladies and Children for its miniature size. The Muan Sarn was made using a generous quantity of ancient ivory powders and rare herbs, with Grayasart baked rice given as alms to the monks, used to make the rich sacred muan sarn for this amulet.

Khun Phaen in Nuea Dork Wasana with Ivory and Grayasart is a Sacred powder admixture considered to have immense Maha Lap and Metta powers, and has been one of the more rarely seen admixtures of sacred powder amulets used for amulets. Only seldom seen since olden days, and very unusual to find such a rare admixture in this day. This box set is a perfect showcase set most eligible as a family heirloom amulet, to pass on to your children, your children’s children, and their descendants

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A most excellent two amulet set of Pra Khun Phaen Prai Kumarn in the traditional method of Luang Phu Tim (Wat Laharn Rai), which under the eye-loupe shows such a fine Gammagarn Muan Sarn Powder mixture that is immediately recognizable as top quality authentic Magical Admixture.

The only visible difference being that these amulets have yet to pass the years of aging that Luang Phu Tim’s famous Khun Phaen have to attain, but which contain the finest Herbal Muan Sarn, Sacred Ancient Ivory Powders, Grayasart, and highly concentrated Pong Prai Kumarn Bone Powders. It is the fluffed up texture of the clay as time passes, and the rising of powders to the surface of the amulet that has become part of the trademark of a Pure Prai Kumarn powder amulet. 555 Sets were made in this type of Muan Sarn Sacred Powder.

Luang Phu Panya in Buddha Abhiseka Ceremony Blessing Amulets
Luang Phu Panya in Buddha Abhiseka Ceremony Blessing Amulets

A most recommended set of Sacred Powder Khun Phaen Prai Kumarn that is of finest quality, and whose excellence can guarantee satisfaction with a truly eternal classic of fine quality, from one of Chonburis great Gaeji Ajarns and holders of Wicha Khun Phaen Prai Kumarn of the Luang Phu Tim Lineage. If you are familiar with this Genre, we invite you to take a look at some other Khun Phaens made by highly marketed and publicised masters who are marketed as being direct Luang Phu Tim Lineage, and we bet you that many of their amulets will not have the rich Prai Kumarn powders that you will find present within these amulets.

If your eyes are trained, you will see a big difference, and be amazed at how similar the composition of these Khun Phaen are to those that came from the hand of Luang Phu Tim himself. We cannot recommend these amulets enough, as truly fine rich sacred powder amulets of a classic variety that can be handed down as a family heirloom amulet, and is sure to become a great and rare treasure of the serious amulet aficionado.

 

The amulets come in two different sizes, one in Pim Yai (large with gold leaf) and one in Pim Lek (recommendable for ladies and children). To view these amulets with an eye loupe is a great pleasure to view the rich content within the Muan Sarn Sacred Powders, and appreciate its value as Sacred Artifact. Released in 2555 BE in Puttapisek at Wat Nong Pak Nam in Chonburi, with Luang Phu Banya presiding over the empowerment and blessings. This double set is perfect for a Man and Lady to combine the same amulet the small Pim for the Lady or Child, and the large Pim for the Man.

Additional information

Weight 50 g
Dimensions 7.5 × 5 × 2 cm
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