Takrut Kong Grapan Chadtri Klaew Klaad Bullet - Wai Kroo Luang Por Phern Wat Bang Pra 2557 BE Extra Blessing by 10 Monks at Wat Nok + Luang Pi Pant
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Inscribed Bullet Shell Takrut for Kong Grapan protection and Klaew Klaad Evasive Magic. This Takrut is in wrist bracelet form, for protection and evasion of deadly and harmful dangers.
The Takrut were blessed and released in Wai Kroo Master Day Ceremony at the Tattoo Festival of Reverence to Luang Por Phern, at Wat Bang Pra (Nakorn Pathom) in 2557 BE, as an auspicious blessing for success and protection for the Looksit of Luang Por Phern, Sak Yant and Wat Bang Pra.
These particular bracelets were not only blessed at Wat Bang Pra, but were then passed on to Pra Ajarn Luang Pi Pant, direct Apprentice Sorceror to Luang Por Phern himself, for further empowerments and to hand out to his devotees at his Samnak Sak Yant in Wat Koo Poon temple in Singhburi.
In addition. the amulets were passed through Buddha Abhiseka at Wat Nok in Singhburi, blessed by 10 great Gaeji Ajarn.
They were passed on to Ajarn Spencer by Luang Pi Pant, in order to help him raise funds to pay for the building of the Luang Por Phern sitting on a tiger life size statue at Wat Ko Poon, planned to be completed in 2558 BE.
These amulets have thus recieved not only the Grand Master Day Ceremony empowerment, but also further individual empowerments throughought 2557, from Luang Pi Pant at Wat Ko Poon.
Sitti Kaarana Gae Agkhara Payanchana Nee Khor Hai Bpraab Phuudt Phii Bpii Saadt Bpraab Payaat Rokaa Bpraab Tang Bpern Phaa Hnaa Grabork Darb Hork Hlaaw Hlaem Lae Andtaraay Tang Bpuong Khor Hai Bpen Maedtaa Mahaniyom Mahaa Sanaeh Kaa Khaay Kon Haen Kon Rak Sadt Haen Sadt Rak Khor Hai Chai Chana Gae Sit Duay Terd
The part above in Italics is not in Pali, but in Thai. If You wish, you can use the prayer in your own language, for this part, which is a request for all the possible blessings available from this Amulet.
Translation of Thai part
Bestow these powers upon the spells written upon this amulet ward off ghosts demons and monsters, keep illnesses away, stop guns, knives, swords and other projectile weapons, keep away all physical and non physical dangers, let the spells contain Metta Mahaniyom and Maha Sanaeh attraction, and Kaa Khaay magic for good sales and prosperity, may both humans and animals feel Metta and Friendliness towards me when they see me, and may i succeed and win in all my Undertakings. So Be It!
Hand inscription has been performed upon the Takrut's outer surface
Wat Bang Pra is world famous for its yearly Wai Kroo Master Day ceremony to revere the Grand Master of Sak Yant 'Pra Udom Pracha Naat Luang Por Phern Tidtakunoe', and to bless the tens of thousands of Looksit who attend the ceremony.
Every year the crowds enter spiritual trances as the Monks perform incantations, which is a mysterious and miraculous phenomenon for which the temple is famous for, and the power of the magic of Luang Por Phern is seen to be present in the ceremony.
Luang Pi Pant is the direct Lineage Transmission Master of the Wicha Sak Yant of Luang Por Phern. He has given these takrut his Blessing for distribution, and give his thanks to those who choose one of these Takrut, for protection. One should think of Luang Pi Pant and Luang Por Phern Tidtakuno when beseeching the power of the Takrut.
Use the Kata Aaratana Pra Krueang, and if you wish, the Kata Bucha Luang Por Phern Tidtakuno if you are able to perform this. The Kata Aaratana Pra Krueang is enough to Beseech the Power, but if you are sensitive to the reverence and worship of the Guru Lineage of Luang Por Phern Tidtakuno through his Transmission, Luang Pi Pant, then performance of this Kata may be necessary.
The Takrut were released along with some Hanuman and some smaller leaden Takrut Tone bracelets, and were blessed by Luang Pi Pant of Wat Ko Poon before distribution, making these particular bracelet Takrut a different series to the main batch which remained at Wat Bang Pra after the Wai Kroo ceremony. These Takrut are recommended for Looksit of both Wat Bang Pra as well as those who revere Pra Ajarn Pant as a Kroo Ba Ajarn.