Rian Jao Por Heng Jia Thai-Chinese Monkey Arahant God - Pang Chana (Winning) - Nuea Chanuan Tong Daeng (sacred copper alloys from Bucha statues) - Wat Sam Jeen 2554 BE special edition

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This Thai-Chinese Deity Image was made as a Bucha Statue and as Deity Coin amulets, in two different postures for different magical blessings; 1.Pang Samrej - Success and Accomplishment 2.Pang Chana - Winning, Victory over ones obstacles and enemies This 'Chalong Sae Yid' edition of luxury collectors edition coin amulets are the first ever making of this Deity in amulet or Bucha form for the Public.

Blessed and empowered by LP Ruay (Wat Tago), LP Perm (Wat Bom Gaew), LP Khaw (Wat Dork Kway) LP Mian (Wat Ban Chanian), LP Pian (Wat Grern Gathin), LP Raks (LP Luck - Wat Sutawat Vipassana), Pra Ajarn Id (Wat Jula Manee),Pra Maha Surasakt (Wat Pradoo), and Luang Por Chamnan of Wat Bang Kuti Tong. These amulets are some of the most beautifully honed sacred coins we have seen this decade. The coins come in a number of different combinations of sacred metals, some with Ya Rachawadee Enamel coatings.

They were made in two different postures.. Pang Samrej = success, and Pang Chana = win. 5880 coins were made in this particular Pim/Model, which is made from 'Nuea Chanuan Tong Daeng' (Sacred Copper Alloys made from old Bucha statues and metallic relics, with a small helping of silver added to the smelting process to lighten the tone and harden the metal). Since ancient times, amulets have used silver to increase the hardness and durability of sacred metal coins. This is what makes some quality coins more expensive than other cheaper alloy coins.

Each coin bears the limited edition code number stamp, and the 'Gor Gai' code letter. The words 'The Enlightened Sage' are embossed in Chinese Lettering on the rear face. The crafstmanship of these amulets is first class, high quality finish, which stands out from the crowd and speaks for itself. A Yin Yang, and Chinese Dragons are also featured on the rear face. A true Masterpiece of Fine Buddhist Miniature Arts, and also a very Sacred Magical amulet, which is of great interest for those who believe in and revere Thai Amulets, and are also of Chinese descent. The Miracle strength and power of these two deities are incredible aids to success.

It takes a quality sacred metal mixture to stand out from the crowd. The sheen on these coins reveals true high quality mixture of pure sacred metals used for this edition.

Nuea Chanuan Tong Daeng is an attractive option for those who prefer a more subtle and traditional color for their coin amulet (only in recent decades have coin amulets developed more finely honed artistic methods of production), and who value highly charged magical metals more than a multi-colored or precious metals aesthetic outer surface. Nuea Tong Daeng is indeed a true classic, and once was generally what was available in olden times, before  new technologies enabled more finely honed artistic design to be accurately reproduced in miniature, and in varied materials and mediums.

Chanuan Tong Daeng contains the accumulated power and magical aura of all the previous statues and amulets which were smelted into the sacred metals. These metals are a perfect conductor for magical power and Prana energy, and thus, is one of the most powerful physical mediums for amulet empowerment. All sacred metals used for the making of this edition of amulets were smelted using ancient pieces of sacred metals and amulets, statues etc, to re-smelt into new amulets and Buchas. It does not matter if they are copper, albaca, brass, silver or gold or nava or sadta loha, they all have a certain amount of the original sacred Bucha items and amulets which were smelted in with the various other sets of different metals used for different coins. The sacred value of each coin is equal, despite the difference in price between each model. The difference in prcie is an aesthetic question with more expensive materials used so that people who like to support temples with larger donations can do so by renting (purchasing) the more expensive models, which in turn provides the temples with larger more usable funds.

But if you are low on funds and wish for true sacred amulets, you need look no further than the Nuea Chanuan Tong Daeng Model of this edition of amulets, and rest assured that it is in no way inferior in magical and sacred value than the more expensive models.

The method of smelting broken pieces and entire pieces of old sacred religious objects into the metals, is the Traditional way of making 'Chanuan Muan Sarn' (sacred mixture for amulets). The strange pink-copper sheen of these coins reflects the colors of the surroundings so much, that it is difficult to capture the true color of Chanuan Tong Daeng, we must therefore state that the photos are representative of craftsmanship and quality design, but do not display the exact true color of this item. It is a more pinkish than copper color in sunlight, but seems to change color as you move through different colored surroundings.

Its color has a similar tone to 'Nuea Samrit' which is a preferred quality metal finish for upper range amulets, and one of the higher class quality metals used in the smelting of fine Buddha Images.

The coin is from Gammagarn collection, and has numbered code on the rear face, which differentiates it to the normal edition release, which has no numbered code, as you can see in the below image of a general edition albaca coin, for your comparison.

 

They have never been made before in all the 200 years of History of the Jao Por Heng Jia and Jao Por Dtai Sia Huk Jow Monkey God Deities of the Chinese shrine at Wat Sam Jeen.



The Tewapisek Ceremony was performed on two occasions. The first occasion was held at the San Jao Por Tai Sia Huk Jow, and the amulets and statues were empowered by 9 Master Guru Monks of High Status.

The Sacred Chanuan Muan Sarn (sacred metals and substances used for the smelting of the amulets) is of the finest grade and most sacred available, including many sacred items and substances.

The second occasion, was held on the 2nd June 2554 BE with a host of Master gaeji Ajarn Guru Monks to assist in the empowerment and perform chanting of the Puttapisek/Tewapisek ceremony. Amongst the Masters included in the empowerment ceremony were; LP Ruay (Wat Tago) LP Perm (Wat Bom Gaew) LP Khaw (Wat Dork Kway) LP Mian (Wat Ban Chanian), LP Pian (Wat Grern Gathin), LP Raks (LP Luck - Wat Sutawat Vipassana), Pra Ajarn Id (Wat Jula Manee),Pra Maha Surasakt (Wat Pradoo), and Luang Por Chamnan of Wat Bang Kuti Tong.

Above; the special luxury edition range of coins in solid gold, solid silver with gold image, silid silver with Ya Rachawadee enamels, and Sam Kasat (tricolor).

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