Khun Phaen Metta Ongk Kroo Pim C Nuea Pong Prai Kumarn Fang Kring Takrut Ngern 1st Edition 2558 BE - Wat Juk Gacher

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Pra Khun Phaen Metta Prai Kumarn First Edition Uposatha Restoration Fund Limited Series 'Ongk Kroo' Pim C Masterpiece version, made with the finest Muan Sarn, based in Sacred Pong Prai Kumarn Powders, with Kring Bead insert, solid silver Takrut, and silver limited series code stamp on rear face. Only 399 amulets made in this model, an extremely high quality amulet from Wat Juk Gacher, in 2558 BE.

This model is a Pim C Ongk Kroo Masterpiece version, with Silver Takrut inserted into the Lotus Dais, and a Sacred Chanuan Kring inserted into the base of the amulet, which is pressed from highly concentrated Pong Prai Kumarn Powders, with Pong Somdej Khaw (Pong Lob).

Only 399 amulets made in Ongk Kroo Pim C. Above this Master-Piece Pim C, which is not included in the edition poster, were the Pim B Ongk Kroo with one solid gold Takrut, and the Pim A Ongk Kroo, with double solid Gold Takrut.

The edition was commissioned and released by the current Abbot of Wat Juk Gacher, Pra Atigarn Jaleuk (Pra Ajarn Rung), who invited 7 other Great and Famous Guru Monks of the same Master Lineage to the Buddha Abhiseka Blessing Ceremony .

The edition was consisted of the first ever edition of Rian Tan Gong Dtueang monk coins created to raise funds to repair and improve the Uposatha Shrineroom, according to the ongoing planned development project of this great temple, which has now spawned four Great Guru Masters as Abbot, for 4 consecutive Generations; Luang Por Khan, Luang Phu Rerm Baramo, Luang Por Sangiam, and Pra Ajarn Rung. Blessed on 7th July 2558 at 15:19 Hours at Wat Juk Gacher.

The amulet possesses a Sacred Chanuan Kring bead concealed within the interior, and rattles with the resounding vibrations of the Magic Spell contained within it, to call wealth, and emanate auspicious blessings. This edition was blessed in the presence of some of the most prominent monks in the present Era of the Luang Phu Tim and Luang Phu rerm Magical Lineages, including the Great Luang Por Foo, Luang Por Chan, Luang Phu Sin and Luang Por Perm.

The temple of Wat Juk Gacher is most famous for the Merits of the Great Chonburi Master Luang Phu Rerm Baramo, whose Vihara Shrine is the focal point of the temple enclave, and who is the Spiritual Mentor and Guru of the Temple.

Below; Vihara Shrine to Luang Phu Rerm Baramo at Wat Juk Gacher

Vihara Shrine to Luang Phu Rerm Baramo at Wat Juk Gacher

When the lifetime of such a great monk becomes the Iconic Symbol of a temple, there is sometimes an 'overshadowing effect' on thos Master Monks who follow. This is something that causes us devotees to overlook the great masters who came before, and who come after the most famous names.

The temple of Wat Juk Gacher has seen four excellent Masters and successful Abbots, all of whom achieved immense merits in the growth of the temple, and helping other temples.

Pra Ajarn Jaleuk, the current Abbot, is reawakening the Dtamra of Great Amulets through the limited series editions he has been releasing in recent years, with some of the most important aged still surviving Masters of the Older Generation of Luang Phu Tim Lineage Sorcery tradition to bless them in Buddha Abhiseka, and the finest Muan Sarn Sacred Powders and Chanuan Muan Sarn sacred Metals used in their making.


Gaeji Ajarn Present in the Buddha Abhiseka Ceremony were; 1. Tan Gong Dtuean Dtecha Banyo (Presiding Monk - Wat Klong Muang Koh Gong), 2. Luang Phu Khaek (Wat Suntora Pradit), 3. Luang Phu Jer (Wat Khao Ngo Udom Porn). 4. Luang Por Tong, (Wat Pra Puttabat Khao Yai Horm), 5. Luang Por Perm (Wat Bom Gaew), 6. Luang Por Poon (Wat Ban Paen), 7. Luang Por Chan (Wat Bang Bor), Luang Phu Sin (Wat Laharn Yai), and 8. Luang Por Foo (Wat Bang Samak).



Pra Atigarn Jaleuk has received and preserved the continuation of the Wicha of Luang Phu Rerm, and is an eminent creator of many 'Pra Anuraks Luang Phu Tim', meaning, the documentary tradition of continuing the making of the image of Luang Phu Tim in the form of amulets which are faithful the the style and tradition of this Master Lineage. The coin amulets of this edition were commissioned to be designed in the image Chang Gong Dtueang, and were made by one of the top Artisans of the Amulet World, which makes them automatic Pra Niyom collector class category amulets.

Classic Amulets of High sacred Value with a Long Lifetime of ever increasing rarity and esteem. As time passes, they will enter the annals of great editions along with all the other amulets of the Tamniab Pra Niyom Say Chonburi.

Below; a further edition released the same year by Pra Atigarn Jaleuk, in commemoration of the two Great Chonburi Masters, Luang Phu Rerm Baramo (Wat Juk Gacher), and Luang Phu Tim Issarigo (Wat Laharn Rai)

Both Luang Phu Rerm and Luang Phu Tim have been the major focus of most of the amulets he has released, with various monk coins in their image, and lockets , for Bucha to these Guru Masters. This edition differs in its dedication of the monk coins to being the first ever edition in the image of Luang Por Gong Dtueang. The amulets of Pra Atigarn Jaleuk have received instant acclaim asnd documentation in the Tamniab Pra Niyom Say Gaeji Ajarn Chonburi, and are classed as part of the Pantheon of the family of Luang Phu Tim related temples.

The name of the temple of Wat Juk Gracher, is also the only temple with this name in the country. This is because of an olden days folklore of a place in the forest in what is now known as Bang Lamung (Chonburi), there was a place where woodcutters and hunters and other people who lived in the forests would have some huts, which was known as 'Juk Gacher'. The word 'Gacher' comes from ancient Khmer, and means 'Tree'.

There is something about the temple of Wat Juk Gacher, that is told by the faithful devotees of Luang Por Rerm, which is indicative of Luang Por Rerm's great purity of practice as a Monk, which recodrs that all of the abbots who stayed at Wat Juk Gacher before Luang Por Rerm, disrobed and left the Sangha. It is said by believers, that only Luang Por Tong the original developer of the temple, Luang Por Khan and LP Rerm did not disrobe.

Only Luang Por Rerm and Luang Por Khan, and the succeeding abbots to date remained until their deaths at the temple None of the abbots before them stayed to the end of their lives. The reason is said to be that the temple was built in a very haunted and wild area of forest, and that only a monk who was able to keep a high practice of purity would be able to survive the temple without disrobing.


These amulets are Modern Collectors Classics for the Chonburi Province Amulet Pantheon Collector; Many aficionados collect by regional areas, Chonburi and Rayong Provinces being amongst the most preferred Regions for master-Class Amulets. This is part of the reason we may notice that many of thje great All-Time Masters seem to come from Chonburi or Rayong, such as Luang Phu Rerm, Luang Por Niyom, Luang Phu Tim, Luang Phu Sin, Luang Por Sakorn, Luang Phu Gaew, Jao Khun Sri, Luang Por Ee.

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