Rian Jao Sua Sethee Yai Baeb Mee Huang from the Jao Sua Sethee Yai Edition (2556 BE) of Luang Por Jerd
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The Rian Jao Sua Sethee Yai Baeb Mee Huang is the smaller standard size classic Jao Sua coin with olden style pendent hoop. This Rian Jao Sua is made from nuea chanuan saksit, which consists of ancient sacred brazen artifacts and yantra foils. The Rian Jao Sua Sethee Yai Baeb Mee Huang was released in the 'Jao Sua Sethee Yai multimillionaire edition'. This edition is extra special for the ingredients of the amulets, which were made in both sacred powder versions and metallic versions.
The sacred powder models are made from the finest Ya Wasana Jinda Manee powders obtained from the lineage of Luang Phu Bun, Perm, Juea, and Sanya (Kong) of Wat Klang Bang Gaew. Indeed, these are believed to be the best and most powerful Ya Wasana Jinda Manee powders in existence. The series features three different powder models ('pim'); sacred Ya Wasana Jinda Manee and herbal powder models with 28 Takrut Pra Putta Jao, 56 Takrut Pra Puttakun, and 108 Takrut Pra Radtana Dtrai. All three models have a Takrut Hua Jai Sethee Yai 'millionaire spell' inserted.
The sacred metal versions, however, are made from some of the most sacred chanuan muan sarn artifacts and alchemical metal yantra ingots that have been assembled for an exclusive edition of Buddhist amulets. The luxurious metallic versions also include a Setthee Navagote Buddha loi ongk statuette that holds a sacred rice grain with holy inscription.
The rear face of the amulet features hand made spell inscriptions in Khom (Khmer Sanskrit), by Luang Por Jerd.
Luang Por Jerd has been keeping remnants of the sacred chanuan muan sarn content of the metallic versions from of previous editions of Jao Sua amulets. And so, Luang Por Jerd smelted the Jao Sua amulets with the sacred alchemical chanuan muan sarn alloys of the previous editions, going back to the very first edition.
These smaller classic Rian Jao Sua Sethee Yai Huang Chueam amulets have three different kinds of sacred yantra on it: (1) yant Na Sethee; (3) yant U - Aa - Ga - Sa ('Hua Jai Sethee' heart mantra); and (3) yant Na Chaa Lee Dti (heart mantra of Pra Sivali/Chimplee). These yant combine maha lap, maha pokasap, kaa khaay and metta mahaniyom, to bring great lucky fortunes in commerce, i.e. accumulation of riches and treasures through direct and indirect sources (wages, business sales, lottery wins, gifts, windfalls, etc.).