Pra Khun Phaen Sum Ruean Gaew 2506 BE- Nuea Wan Sabu Luead Kraap Nam Tale - Luang Phu Supar + Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree
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Sacred Powder Pra Khun Phaen Sum Ruean Gaew Amulet created and empowered in 2506 BE, by Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree, with collaboration of Ajarn Utai for Luang Phu Supar, of Wat Siri Silaram in Pukhet. The amulet is covered with a fine residue of 'Kraap Nam Tale' seawater mildew stains.
Examples of the amulet which have visible signs of immersion in the sea, are 'Niyom' - (Preferred) - Guru Monk Amulet Of historical epic fame, by the Great Legendary Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree, in conjunction with his Ordained Accomplice in Sorcery and Buddha Magic; Pra Ajarn Kong, of Wat Ban Suan.
This example is made from Nuea Wan Sabu Luead (Red Bloodsoap Herb Powders), mixed with 200 other kinds of Sacred Herbs, and powders from broken amulets. In the case of this 2506 edition, the Muan Sarn ingredients were taken from broken amulets from a total of 500 different ancient Kru Hiding Place Burial Chambers. Some of the important ingredients included;
Hin Pratat (petrified Buddha relics), Pong Puttakun, Khaw Sarn Hin Lopburi, Din Kakyayaks, Dtok Pra Ruang Sukhothai, Takrai Nam Pra Boromatat (mildew from raindrops of the Chedi Stupa at Wat Maha Tat in Nakorn Sri Tammarat), Lek Lai, Holy water from many Sacred Places and Temples from around Thailand (used to mix the powders), Wan Jakr Narai (Vishnus Chakra herb), Paya Wan Taw Maha Prohm, Wan Pra Dta-Ba, Wan Maha Niyom, Wan Paetch Glab, Wan Sanaeh Jantr Tong (Golen Mooncharm herb), Wan Suea Kroeng, Wan Paetch Sangkart, Wan Hanuman Yok Tap, Wan Maha Sanaeh, Wan Hnang Haeng, Wan Nang Kum, Wan Saeng Aatidt, Wan Nilapat, Wan Pajantr, Wan Grachai Dam, Wan Chai Mongkol, Wan Kang Kok Hlek, Wan Hna Tang Dtua Mia, Wan Rang Jidt, Wan Kha Yai, Wan Hnang Hniaw, Wan Panak Tong, Wan Plai Dam, Wan Hua Khiaw, Wan Lin Mangorn, Wan Sabu Dtan, Wan Gong Jakr Pra Intr, Wan Nang Ram, and more than a hundred other herbal ingredients.
Pong Kru is powder from 108 different 'Gru' (or 'Kru' if you like - a Gru is a chedi or other secret burial place where monks and master amulet makers will hide the amulets, to be later found and distributed as objects of faith and continuation of the Buddha Sasana).
This sacred powder of 108 Gru was made by Ajarn Kong and famous Lay Master, Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree, which they had been empowering and chanting into since the war till the time they made the amulets. The powders included 500 types of sacred magical ingredients, including; Pong Ittijae, Pong Dtinisinghae, Pong Yant Bpatamang, Pong Yant Normo Pra Intr.
Hundreds of other amulets, powders from other editions (such as the Taep Nimit Edition, ad the Solos 16 Tat Edition where Ajarn Chum made the 16 Element Alchemical Substance), and nixed into the Muan Sarn along with hundreds of kinds of Sacred Flowers, Khan Hmak Tong (one of the essential ingredients empowering this amulet), and ancient amulets from all around Thailand from all Eras.
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' .
Sacred 'Na' spell is hand inscribed on the rear face of the amulet
These amulets were empowered and blessed during the famous Sadej Glab 2506 BE Buddha Abhiseka and Taewa Abhiseka Ceremonies, which is one of the most revered, and famous ceremonies and editions of powerful amulets of all the Sadej Glab ceremonies, along with the 2511 BE Wat Tham Khao Ngern Ceremony.
Above; Ajarn Chum releases amulets into the water, for them to find their way to the Sala Baram Piti.
The Sacred Na on the rear face shows a clear cut line inscription, which is a sign of autyhenticity. In fake models, three small little balls are seen visible, which are not visible in this exhibit.
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 (such as the Wat Tham Khao Ngern Sadej Glab Ceremony), and every time the amulets would return to their originator, or owner 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.
After the Sadej Glab Ceremony, the amulets were given to Luang Phu Supar, for further empowerment at his temple in Buddha Abhiseka. a number of the amulets were donated to the Royal Family