189.00$ – 198.00$
This Pim is made from Nuea Pong Prai Kumarn, a preferred mixture that is usually of the rarer varieties and has a large dose Luang Phu Tim’s famous Pong Prai Kumarn powders. This edition of amulets is now extremely rare and becoming ever rarer since the passing away of Luang Por Sakorn, and is expected to slowly rise as time passes, to the status of those of his Predecessor and Mentor, Luang Phu Tim, of Wat Laharn Rai. This Pim also has a series code on the edge of the amulet. This is a true Collectors Classic, and an Accepted First Class amulet of the Pim Niyom variety. It has Gesa hair from LP Sakorn sprinkled into the Muan Sarn powder base. Made, empowered and released in 2548 BE (2004).
Special Ongk Kroo Rare Gammagarn ‘Mi’ Khom Agkhara ink stamped Model of the Khun Phaen Koo Baramee Edition amulets in Nuea Pong Prai Kumarn, 1 silver Takrut spell insert, and ‘Gesa’ (hair of Luang Por Sakorn).
This special Gammagarn version was not released during the official release, but was made in small numbers and secretly given to other small temples for them to raise funds with, using the Khom Agkhara ‘Mi’ as a rubber ink stamp mark to distinguish them from the General release versions released at wat Nong Grub after the Ceremony. These amulets were also blessed in the ceremony at Wat Nong Grub, but were then further empowered in their respective temples in Buddha Abhiseka. This version is hence not found in the catalogue, but is for those in the know a highly sought after Pim (model).
Luang Por Sakorn is Famous for his Pra Khun Phaen Pong Prai Kumarn, being a direct student of Luang Phu Tim of Wat Laharn Rai. Luang Por Sakorn Manunyo of Wat Nong Grub (Rayong) was the first Apprentice to Luang Por Tim of Wat Laharn Rai, whose famous Khun Phaen Pong Prai Kumarn are the standard bearers of all sacred powder Khun Phaen amulets.
This Model is a very rare special series of the Koo Baramee Series. However, die to the fact that this series was kept relatively secret outside of the small temples they were passed on to for distribution, this model is less Documented in the Catalogue Hardback Encyclopedias of Luang Por’s most rare and famous amulets.
It is however, one of Luang Por’s Rarer amulets, if not as publicly famous. Recommended for true devotees and collectors of the Pra Khun Phaen amulets of the Luang Phu Tim Lineage and of Luang Por Sakorn, for its individuality and rarity, in addition to its most obvious Sacred Value. The amulet has gold leaf pasted onto the whole surface of the front face of the amulet, in differentiaton to the commonly known Pim (model), which only had gold leaf on the Buddha Images, and the decorative arch around the edges.
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This gold leaf will acquire a very fluffy appearance over the years, which is seen as a mark of authenticity in recognising both the amulets of Luang Phu Tim (Wat Laharn Rai) and Luang Por Sakorn, for their method of amulet making and Sacred Ingredients are part of the secret that causes the gold leaf to fuse with the sacred powders and acquire the fluffy texture they are so famous for.
It is a fact that that as Luang Phu Tim was still alive, and his Looksit would ask ‘if you are not around, then who should i go to?’ – Luang Phu Tim would always reply ‘Go and see Luang Por Sakorn, he learned all he has to know from me’.
Luang Por Sakorn inherited a large amount of his famously powerful sacred Prai Kumarn powders directly from Luang Phu Tim, which he has used in the making of his Pra Khun Phaen amulets, which he has created in the same manner and design as those made by Luang Phu Tim himself, preserving both the Wicha itself, and the design factors of the amulets.
Those who are Looksit of Luang or Tim, are usually also Looksit of Luang Por Sakron as the Continuation of the Lineage. This amulet is the famous ‘Khun Phaen Sorn Phaen’ (two Khun Phaens in parallel) with the famous Yant Look Om Yantra on the rear face. made from the Finest Pure Puttakun and Prai Kumarn Powders, which if looked at under the magnifiying glass reveal an intensely concentrated mixture of sacred powders of high quality.