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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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Naga Takrut with Yant Gao Yord Nine Peaks Yantra Amulet 2 Blessing Ceremonies

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.

Takrut Yant Gao Yord Paya Nakarach Lek Lai Maha Sethee

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.

Takrut Gao Yord Lek Lai Paya Nakarach Maha Sethee Baramee 9 Kroo Ba Ajarn
Takrut Gao Yord Lek Lai Paya Nakarach Maha Sethee Baramee 9 Kroo Ba Ajarn

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