Palad Khik Por Khun Tale Nuea Mai Bote Gao 2558 BE Carved Shrineroom Wood of Wat Gaew Jaroen Luang Por Pra Maha Surasak
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This exquisitely well honed hand carved Palad Khik is made from the wooden pillars of the old Uposadha Shrine Room building at Wat Gaew Jaroen, in Samutr Songkram (Famous temple of the great Luang Por Hyord, Olden Days Master with Powerful Wicha, and highly sought after amulets, and a Kroo Ba Ajarn of Pra Maha Surasak). The shaft of the sacred wooden Lingam phallus, is inscribed by the hand of Luang Por, with Khom Agkhara spell inscriptions of the Wicha Palad Khik, in Pali.
The butt of the Por Khun Tale has a hole drilled for attaching a piece of cord for stringing the Palad Khik to a waist cord, a car or somewhere in the home or place of business.
Luang Por Pra Maha Surasak insists that the Palad Khik must be referred to under the name of 'Por Khun Tale'. He says, that when you wish to call upon the Palad Khik to assist you in accomplishing your aims, then you should call it using the name 'Por Khun Tale (will you help me in...?)'.
You should therefore always call the Palad Khik by saying 'Por Khun Tale' before addressing it or making any requests.
Size; Circa 2.5 Inches Long
Luang Por Pra Maha Surasak is a highly revered monk, whose amulets are only released far and few between from his own temple. But he is seen to be present on the most important Empowerments and Buddha Abhiseka Ceremonies around Thailand's Greatest temples. He is popular with Devotees all around South-East Asia, in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, and Indonesia.
These Palad Khik are some of the few extremely high quality Buddhist amulets and hand carved sacred wood Animist Talismans to have been released from Luang Por Surasak at Wat Pradoo. It is difficult to find a Palad Khik of this quality in the present day.
Despite the simplicity of design, the quality and originality of curvature and finish of these amulets reveal not only their sacred value, but are of high value and stand above others for their Quality Artisanry. Holding one of these Palad Khik in the hand instantly reveals its higher than average quallty of workmanship.
Kata Pluk Palad Khik
Na Ma Pa Ta Gan Ha Nae Ha Ja Pa Ga Sa Na Ma A U
The Power of these amulets is increased highly, by the Sacred Value of the Muan Sarn, used for the carving of the Palad Khik (Wooden Foundation Pillars of the old Uposadha Shrine Room at Wat Gaew Jaroen).
Blessed by Pra Maha Surasak in Buddha Abhiseka at Wat Pradoo
Below you can listen to a podcast about the Palad Khik Amulet