Pra Khun Phaen Sadet Glab Hlang Dab Khwai 2510 BE - Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree
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Pra Khun Phaen Dab Fa Fuen Krabi Khwai uea Pong Yant 108, with crossed Krabi Swords on rear face (Dab Khwai) created and empowered in 2510 BE, by Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree.
This model is known as 'Hlang Dab Fa Fuen' (Gangsters like to call it the 'Pra Khun Phaen Hlang Dab Khwai' (Two swords and Sacred Khom Agkhara Spells). The Pra Khun Phaen Dab Khwai were empowered in various ceremonies, and passed through one of Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree's famous 'Sadet Glab' ceremonies to recall the amulets back from being thrown into the ocean, and swim back upstream of the river mouth to a special ritual dais.
The Sadet Glab Amulets are known for their 'Kraap tale' mildew, which comes from the seawater they were thrown into. Examples of the amulet which have 'Kraap tale' as visible signs of immersion in the sea, are 'Niyom' - (the Most Highly Preferred).
This is an extremely rare acquisition and considered one of Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree's most famous amulets, for the Miraculous method of using Wicha Pra Sadet Glab (calling the amulets to swim back to the maker from the sea to the rivermouth).
The Pra Khun Phaen Hlang Dab Khwai, (also known as 'Hlang Dab Fa Feun'), was made specially for donation to Ajarn Daeng of Wat Tham Khao Thalom (Wat Utai Tam), for Ajarn Daeng to distribute to his Devotees who were going to do Military Service in the Southern three Provinces (which are still to this day dangerous rebellious Provinces), and when they came to give alms and make merits.
The amulet became very highly revered and sought after when large numbers of devotees who had received the amulets had experienced miraculous events during their Military Service in the southern Provinces.
The amulets which Ajarn Chum took to Wat Ban Suan, were blessed on the 12th March 2510 BE once more, in the famous ceremony with 108 Great Masters, with the invocation of Ajarn Sompara Normo, and the spirit of Ajarn Tong Tao (founder of the Dtamnak Dtak Sila Khao Or Southern Academy of Sorcery), to enter into the body of Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree and to then appear as a swarm of Bees, to fly around the amulets and encircle area where the ceremony was being held.
After 33 days of consecutive empowerments, they were brought to the temple of Wat Tham Khao Ngern, and on the 8th February 2511 BE, were given another special empowerment, before being given to Ajarn Daeng at Wat Khao Thalom. There were a few different versions, some had a hole through them, and others were smaller in size with a piece of Lek Lai inserted on the rear face.
The Wat Tham Khao Ngern Buddha Abhiseka Blessing, was a very big ceremony with a large number of the Greatest Khao Or Masters of that era present, including the great Khun Pantagij Rachadej (creator of the Jatukam Ramataep amulet), Pra Ajarn Parn of Wat Khao Or, Luang Phu Kong (Wat Ban Suan) Luang Phu Hmun (Wat Khao Daeng Tawan Awk), Pra Kroo Palad Puang (Wat Prasat Nikorn), Luang Por Kloy (Wat Tham Khao Ngern), Pra Ajarn Nam Chinawaro (Wat Don Sala)..
This Pra Khun Phaen design looks like the famous Pra Khun Phaen Awk Seuk, which is not a coincidence. The reason for this, is that Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree received the instruction in trance from Luang Phu Kong , to make this particular style of amulet, and use particular formula of Muan Sarn Sacred Powders. These instructions were received in the same trance which Ajarn Chum received the formula for the 2512 BE Pra Kong Chai Chum.
The Muan Sarn Sacred Powders of the Pra Khun Phaen Sadet Glab Dab Khwai, were made from 108 different Sacred Yantra Powders - Ajarn Chum, who was so very Adept in Khom Agkhara spells and the Sacred Geometry of Yant, made a three month ceremony of constructing a Yant (Piti Chak Yant). The Sangha then gave the special powder the Name 'Pra Pong Wised Kong Chay Chum'.
These amulets were empowered and blessed during the famous Sadej Glab 2110 BE Ritual Empowerment, the 2510 Wat Ban Suan Miracle Ceremony, and the 2511 BE Wat Tham Khao Ngern Buddha Abhiseka and Taewa Abhiseka Ceremonies, which is one of the most revered, and famous ceremonies and editions of powerful amulets of all the many ceremonies which Ajarn Chum organized or performed at.
Above; Ajarn Chum releases amulets into the water, for them to find their way to the Sala Baram Piti.
One part of the Piti Sadej Glab ceremony that stands out for its unexplainable events, is the immersion of the amulets in the mouth of the ocean, and letting them drift away, and then, setting up a 'Sala Baram Piti' (a sort of small pedestal with a roof on high legs, above water level), which is dressed with white cloth.
Then Ajarn Chum would perform the incantations and prayers, to ask the Devas to bring the amulets back ('Sadej Glab', is high speech for high ranking persons or Deities, and means 'To travel back'). The amulets all returned back one by one with the streamflow, and came to rest at the Sala Baram Piti.
Above, One of the Sala used in Ajarn Chum's famous 'Sadet Glab' ceremonies, used for receiving the amulets on their return journey after having disposed of them into the sea through manual scattering.
Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree often performed this method of empowerment in various parts of Thailand at various temples, one of the most famous being of course the Wat Tham Khao Ngern Sadej Glab Ceremony. Every time the amulets would return to him at the Sala, without a single piece missing. Sometimes the distance between the place the amulets were thrown in the river, and where they were recieved, was up to 30 Kilometers away.
Below, famous ceremony and show of magic by Ajarn Chum
Below; Ajarn Chum, Khun Pantaraks Rachadej (creator of the Jatukam Ramathep amulet), and other masters performing amulet blessings and empowerments (We recommend to turn sound down because of loud volume in below clip)
Above; Ajarn Chum donates Pra Khun Phaen Sadej Glab Amulets to Her Majesty the Queen.
A number of the amulets made, were as was usual with Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree, donated to the Royal Family, and a large number were distributed to the Army and the Police Force to protect them in their duty protecting the nation.
Bucha Method (How to Worship).
Chant Namo Tassa 3 times first (as must be done before chanting to any amulets) Then pray hard and declare that you take refuge in the Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha. Then gaze at the Buddha on the face of the amulet for a moment, before breathing in and saying innerly 'Bud' and breathing out and saying 'Dhō' (or Put-Tō, depending on your pronunciation - Thai people say it as 'Put-Tō).
Keep doing this until your mind is still and clear. Once you have attained the stillness of meditation, then begin to chant the following;
I Sawaa Su Su Sawaa I - A Sang Wi Su Lo Bu Sa Pu Pa (3 times)