Paya Rachasri Phone Nuea Sadta Loha Pouncing HImapant Lion for Commanding Power, Promotion + Invincibility - Luang Por Raks Analayo
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Sacred Forest Mythical Himapant Animal, the Paya Rachasri King Lion , in pouncing posture, ready to pounce upon its prey fearlessly. The Rachasri Loi Ongk Statuette is cast from Nuea Sadta Loha (7 sacred Alchemical Metals Alloy), and has limited edition series code number stamped on the base of the amulet. Released in 2559 rachasri Ayodhaya edition, to raise more funds to continue Luang Por Raks' building of the grans Putta Monton Ayuttaya (Buddha Lands of Ayuttaya)
The Rachasri Lion is representative of Maha Amnaj Commanding Power and Intimidating Aura, Serm Yos Power for increased status and Promotion opportunities,. The amulet is highly imbued with Kong Grapan Chadtri, Klaew Klaad, Metta and Maha Lap Magic, from Luang Por Raks Anālayõ, of Wat Sutawat Vipassana, in Puttamonton Ayuttaya.
The Rachasri Lion is a King Lion of the HImapant Forest, and has appeared in a multitude of Thai Buddhist and vedic Myths and Legends, including the Ramayana and the Thai Ramakien Epic. His great Metta as well as his Bravery is always revealed in the legends.
The Singha and the Rachasri Himapant Lions are an Animist Deity from Vedic Lore that has been an integral part of Thai Buddhist People's belief since the advent of Buddhism.
The Singha Talisman has been found documented in the ancient 'Dtamra Pichai Songkram, Grimoire of Warcraft, that Thai Warriors wore the talisman as a form of protection, wielding Kong Grapan Chadtri and Klaew Klaad Evasion Magic power, endowed with Maha Amnaj (Commanding Power & Dominion).
Mostly, the amulets were received from Guru Masters within the Ordained Sangha, and Lersi Sorceror Hermits, who were endowed with powerful Jhanic Meditation abilities and Psychic Powers to empower amulets with protective Magic.
The Singha amulet is found in various forms, which can be separated into two main categories;
Those which are made from natural materials which are found to occur in Nature, such as those carved from ivory, bone, Lek Lai, tiger tooth, sacred wood, wild boar tusk, deer antler, bear tooth, amd fossilised stone, jade and other mineral substances.
Below; Temple code stamp and numbered limited edition series code are embossed on the base of the amulet
Those which are made from man made substances, such as smelted metals like gold and silver, as well as alchemical magical sacred metals such as Nava Loha (9 Sacred Metals), Sadta Loha (7 Sacred Metals), Bpancha Loha (5 Sacred Metals), Maekasit, Maekapat, Parot and the like.
The Paya Rachasri Phone (also called Rachasri Bpon Hyuea) amulet endows the wearer with Protection and Commanding Power, Social and Professional Status, and Good Chances of Promotion through the Aura of Respectability and Personal Power.
Luang Por Raks (alternatively called ' Luang Por Luck') is one of this Century's new Arya Sangha and Gaeji Ajarn, who is becoming every more prominent, as his merits become noticed in all the Regions of Thailand. His amulets are of the finest and most fairly priced, with excellent empowerments and blessing ceremonies, with only the top Masters present.
Luang Por Raks is Famous for his Immortal Saying 'Powerful or Not Powerful, depends on the Mind Itself". This means of course "The True Power, comes from the Mind, and From Faith". So many of Luang Por Raks' amulet editions have recieved great attention and many cases of positive experience with his amulets, has caused Luang Por Raks amulets to become some of the Most Prized Classic Buddhist Amulets of the present day, and more so in the Future.
The amulets of Luang Por Raks are of excellent quality Sacred Muan sarn, High Class design of miniature Buddhist Art, and powerful empowerment from a monk of high purity. They are classic editions, whose spiritual and collector value is almost certain to always rise, and never lessen.
This is also one of the blessings of making Bucha to Luang Por Raks amulets, is that wealth will always increase and never lessen. Luang Por Raks is an Able Master when it comes to the various Types of Empowerments possible with amulets, be it Metta Mahaniyom, Klaew Klaad, Maha Sanaeh, Choke Lap, Maha Ud, Luang Por Raks has a method of empowerment equally potent for all of the Major Buddhist White Magic Wicha.
Luang Por Raks' amulets have since some time now received increased interest of official collector showrooms, and those who define the standards of the collector scene, and it looks as if it is a very wise idea to get his amulets whilst they are still available for an affordable price.
Past editions have now begun to rise in price rapidly as they deplete, as the trajectory of a Great Monk who is destined to be of the Highly Attained Masters of this Century in Thai Buddhist History, for his immense and continuous meritorious projects, which he completes with miraculous ease, despite the magnitude.
Luang Por Raks has not only given us some of the greatest Classic Buddhist Amulets, preserving the Dtamra of many ancient methods and styles of Thai Buddhist Amulet, but he has in addition, always made sure that his amulets were released at affordable prices for all of his Devotees to be able to afford themselves one.
Kata Pluk Paya Rachasri (Singha Lion)
Putta Saetho Mahaa Naathang Wan Nago Singha Naa Tagang Putta Sirasaa Dtaechaena Maara Saenaa Bparaa Cheuyyang Chayya Pakawandtu Mae
The Singha Lion belongs to the category of Talismanic amulets known as 'Krueang Rang'. Some Krueang Rang are not limited to wearing on a neck chain, and can be worn or used in a variety of other ways;
Krueang Kard - To wear around the waist or head or arm in a cord string.
Krueang Suam - To wear attached to a oendant chain around the neck, or attached to ones clothing.
Krueang Fang - To wear inserted under the surface of the skin through surgical insertion.
Krueang Om - To hold the amulet or talisman under the tongue inside the mouth, such as the Look Om, or Takrut Look Om, and Lek Lai.
We sincerely recommend and advise our Customers and readers that this is a Master to whose amulets are of high Sacred Value and worthy of Bucha. The progess and trajectory of Luang Por Raks has risen from that of a simple and humble monk, whose diligence has attracted the love and respect of Thai Buddhist people and of the High Sangha, and Even the High Officials of Government, and who has become the Top master of the Ayuttaya Province for his great attainments in building Buddhist Monuments and Auspicious Projects.