Pra Khun Phaen Awk Seuk (Long Gru Pim Niyom) 2511 BE - Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree, Khun Pan, Ajarn Nam, LP Kong, LP Iad and 100s of Masters

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Classic Pim Niyom (preferred) Version of the 2511 BE (Buddhist Era) Amazing Khun Phaen Awk Seuk (Khun Phaen going to battle) by the Great Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree 2511 BE pong Puttakun wan 108 - This series of Khun Phaen which was released in the most famous Miracle Blessing Ceremony, which was performed, with the presence of hundreds of Lersi Hermit Masters, from India, Thailand, and around South East Asia, whom Ajarn Chum had invited to assist in the empowerment.

Waterproof acrylic transparent casing is has been provided, and is included in the price for this amulet.

Hundreds of Gaeji Ajarn Guru Monks were present to perform their Chants, and Meditative Blessings upon the Amulets. The Long Gru versions of this amulet (placed in a 'Gru' chamber buried for a time before release) are the 'Pim Niyom' versions (preferred).

Pra Khun Phaen Awk Seuk Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree

This is because of the fact that they were given further empowerment in the Chamber and charged with Buddha Magic, and their Classic Appearance and ease of authentification due to the presence 'Kraap Gru' mildew stains which only are found on the Pim Niyom versions of this series.

Pra Khun Phaen Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree 2511 BE

This amulet was one of a number of different amulets, oils, and Takrut charms plus some special ritual items such as magic Mai Kroo wands and Mitmor knives, which were involved in the famous ceremony of Maha Ud magic performed by Ajarn Chum with amazing displays of invincibility magical proof.

This amulet has immense Kong Grapan power (bullet and knife proof). The famous maker of Jatukam, Khun Pantaraks Rachadej was also involved in this ceremony.

We provide free Waterproof Transparent Acrylic Casing with this item

Pra Khun Phaen

Tests using guns and sharp knives were performed, to test the magic on the throngs of Devotees present. Ajarn Chum is in my opinion the greatest and most powerful lay master of all living history of Thai Saiyasart. This amulet is a rare old amulet of undoubtable magical power to protect against knives, bullets and the like.

This example is a very beautiful example indeed. Extremely rare. The amulet is made from over 500 kinds of sacred powders which were collected by Ajarn Chum and Luang Por Kong (Wat Ban Suan) over 40 Years. Because the Thai Government had issued papers calling for the army to gather and recruit to go into War in the Indochina war in 2497 BE.

 

This example is from the lower, to lower mid part of the pile within the Gru Chamber, resulting in a dry texture very hard with variations in color on the surface, ranging from brown to white. They have a rougher texture than those from the upper part of the chamber, which may be light gray-white (upper part of pile), or brownish (bottom of pile). This is due to humidity and water in the lower part of the chamber, accumulating more than in the upper part of the Gru chamber and different environmental conditions causing visible variations in the changes seen to occur. This is a Kong Grapan Chadtri, and Klaew Klaad magic amulet at its finest. You can see film evidence of the miraculous events which occurred after the ceremony lower down in this article.

Ajarn Chum performs test of Kong Grapan

Ajarn Chum always used his famous magical 'Nam Man Solos Mongkol Oil' to smear on the heads of the Devotees before performing Kong Grapan Magic.

Other famous Ajarn present for the empowerments were Luang Por Iad, and Ajarn Nam of the Khao Or Lineages as well as Ajarn Kong. The famous Laymaster Ajarn Khun Pantaraks Rachadech was also present in the ceremony.

Khun Pantraks Rachadej

Khun Pant - orignator of the Jatukam Ramaethep Wicha

Kata Bucha Pra Krueang Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree

Na Rong Hai - Na Maa Khao Haa - Na Jidtang Maa Ni Maa Maa - Jidtang Maa Ni Maa Maa (3 Times)

Chant

Na Mo Tassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa (three times)

Then Chant

I Sawaasu Susawaa I - A Sang Wi Su Lo Bu Sa Pu Pa (3 Times)

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