Mitmor Akom Run Raek 2553 BE 1st Edition Ritual Knife Luang Phu Sin Wat Laharn Yai Only 75 Made
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First Edition Mitmor Akom Sorceror's Ritual Knife for Bucha and Ceremonial Use, with Khom Agkhara engravings on the blade. This exhibit is medium size version, measuring 6.5 Inches (4 Inches Blade with 2.5 Inch Handle), from the Great Luang Phu Sin, of Wat Laharn Yai. The Mitmor has Sacred Khom spell inscriptions, with Sacred Yant engraved upon both sides of the blade, which is attached to a carved wooden hilt, and sheathed in a black leather sheath.
This series was released in first and second editions in the same year, with the second series being released in response to the sell-out first edition Mitmor, of which only 75 were made in this size, and were not anywhere near enough to cater for the mass of devotees who were waiting eagerly for one. The second edition sold out extremely fast (same day of Ceremony), and became an immediate success with devotees, who used it for Bucha, to Protect,as well as to improve the Feng Shui of the Home of Place of Business. The second edition also only had very few Mitmor released in each size, and was likewise an instant sell-out at the Ceremony.
The Mitmor is used for Bucha to pray to for Blessings, but is also a kind of Magic Wand, Sceptre of Command over Spirits and Ghosts, and a Weapon to Banish Evil Spirits and Nullify Curses. Mitmor are used by the Masters to perform Inscriptions on the devotees, or upon inanimate objects, to invoke magical spells and bestow blessings.
The Mitmor can be used to stir prayer water whilst performing incantations for whatever kind of blessings one may seek to invoke, be they Kong Grapan Chadtri Klaew Klaad, Maha Lap Maha Pokasap, Jerajaa Khaa Khaay, or Metta Maha Niyom Maha Sanaeh. You can use Buddhist Prayers and Candles to perform Holy Water Making, and stir the water in a clean clear bowl with clean clear water in it.
Below; Luang Phu Sin and his amulets featured in 'Pra Geji' Magazine
Luang Phu Sin of Wat Laharn Yai (Rayong), was along with Luang Por Sakorn of Wat Nong Grub (Deceased), and Luang Por Somkid of Wat Beung Tata (Rayong), one of the three major Looksit of Luang Phu Tim of Wat Laharn Rai, and one of the three direct lineage masters who inherited the Magical Wicha from Luang Phu Tim.
These three masters were given shares of the famous Pong Prai Kumarn powders, for extensive transmission of the Wicha, through both Magical training, and the use of the same original Muan Sarn Ingredients for the magical amulets and charms made in the lineage of the Masters of Luang Phu Tim Lineage. Now that Luang Por Sakorn has also passed on, Luang Phu Sin, remains as the top living Master of the Lineage.