Presenting a powerful amulet for dominion, status increase and invincibility, blessed by the Great Luang Phor Chan of Wat Bang Bor; The Sacred Singh Salika Maha Pokasap Wat Ka Hlong, with Special Blessing by Luang Phor Chan of Wat Bang Bor. The Singh Salika is a Himapant Lion, carved from bone, using the Wicha of the great Luang Phor Derm, in ‘Yorn Yuk nostalgic style, which emulates the artistic interpretation of the famous Singh Gae Luang Por Derm, of Ancient Times. This edition was made with compassion and generosity of Luang Por Chan bestowing blessings, to donate the entire edition to the temple of Wat Ka Hlong, for their fundraising needs
The amulets were empowered by Luang Por Chan at Wat Bang Bor on Monday 20th November 2560 BE, in his Kuti in solitary empowerment session.
The Singha Lions were created according to the formulas of the great Luang Por Derm (Wat Nong Po), for Maha Amnaj, Klaew Klaad, Serm Yos, Kong Grapan and Maha Pokasap Power
Below are some pictures of the Buddha Abhiseka Ceremony – click each image to view in full size
Luang Por Derm, of Wat Nong Po was famous for his carved bone and ivory or wooden occult talismans and images, and the Singh Himapant Lion was amongst the most highly preferred of all, along with his Mitmor Spirit Knives. The Pantheon of amulets of Luang Por Derm can be placed into two main categories, namely those which were made as official edition at the temple, and those which were made by artisan devotees, who brought them to Luang Por Derm to bless. For this reason, we see so many hand carved pieces of fine miniature Buddhist imagery within the grand pantheon of amulets of Luang Por Derm, made from various sacred substances, ranging from Ivory, Metal, Bone, and Carved Sacred Wood.
A gallery of images of the 2 Blessing Ceremonies of a new arrival on the Thai amulet scene, for Power, Promotion, Wealth and treasures, and Protection against Physical Dangers and Black Magic, the Takrut Yant Gao Yord Paya Nakarach Lek Lai Maha Sethee Naga Serpent Amulet. The Takrut is forged from a cast sacred metal sheath in the shape of a coiled Naga with a Takrut scroll spell inserted within, with the inscriptions of the sacred Yant Gao Yord.
The sacred metal alloy was cast using ancient alchemical metallurgy ritual methods, with the addition of Lek Lai Payanak Naga Lek Lai Kaya Siddhi Adamantine substance, to increase the Maha Ud Maha Pokasap power and seal the magic with the power of the Nagas.
The Naga is an extremely powerful and magical being of the Bodhala Underworld, and is a Deva Being, who possesses Shapeshifter abilities, and can transform into Human Form at will. The Naga is a Very powerful Magical Entity and a Deity of the Thai Buddhist Pantheon. the Naga Kings are devotees of the Lord Buddha, and Protectors of the Dhamma.
Blessed by a host of great Master Monks with the first of two ceremonies at the Naga Shrine in Potaram, Rachburi, presided over by Luang Por Wichiar of Wat Nong Some Tiam Jantr in Kanjanaburi. He was accompanied by Luang Por Say of Wat Nong Ree in Rachburi, Pra Kroo Wipach Tamma Wisit, the abbot of Wat Dee Bon in Rachburi, Pra Kroo Palad Prasit of Wat Rach Bamrung, and Pra kroo Chum Kanjanagij (Luang Por Pranay) of Wat Nong Kwang in Kanjanaburi. LP Pranay is the Looksit Aek first initiate in Magic to the great Luang Por Suan of Wat Bang Gradan.
The second ceremony was held within the Vihara shrine of Luang Por Yai at Wat sai Ma Dtai in Nontaburi on Saturday 15th September 2560 BE with Pra Ajarn Wasant presiding over the other invited Guru Masters in the Buddha Abhiseka Ceremony
Rian Tong Daeng Luang Por Rerm Jakupalo Sacred Guru Monk Coin in the image of Luang Por Rerm Jakupalo, of Wat Ton Son, from the year 2527 BE, Blessed in Buddha Abhiseka at Wat Huay Mara Temple, in Chonburi. The amulet was created to release in the celebration of raising of the temple roof struts (beams) of the Uposatha shrine room of Wat Huay Mara. The front face of the amulet features the image of Luang Por Rerm Jakupalo seated in meditative posture. The rear face of the coin features the Yant Ha (Yant Grabork Khwai) with the Kata Pra Putta Jao Ha Pra Ongk (Namō Puttāya).
Luang Por Rerm was a Geji Ajarn Monk born in the year 2445 BE. He ordained into the Buddhist Sangha at a very early age, when his father passed away (about ten years old). He was a monk who was renowned for his knowledge and ability in Horasart (Astrology) and his photographic memory. His ability to recite long verses and chant them in a way that the listener would be able to remember after first hearing was considered miraculous.
Luang Por Rerm was said to have special abilities, and was able to tell people where their lost belongings were, if they were stolen or misplaced, and where they could be found. His abilities caused him to be highly revered and respected by the devotees. The day he died, on the 20th October 2517 BE, a strange sudden storm appeared and flooded the whole province of Chonburi, which was seen by his devotees to be a sign of the Heavens declaring his passing from this world into the next.