Takrut Maha Solos Mongkol Luang Phu Iam Wat Saphan Sung 111 years
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111th anniversary edition Takrut, Wat Saphan Sung Takrut
These rather large (4 inches long) Kong Grapan Takrut, are from Luang Phu Iams famous temple, Wat Sapan Sung. A must have for devotees of Luang Phu Iam and Wat Saphan Sung, and anyone who needs good Kong Grapan protection. Made according to Lp Iams ancient formula and with the presence of over 100 Gaeji Ajarn Guru Monks from arund the Central Provinces, most of them Abbots of other important temples, and Gurus in their own right. This makes the Puttapisek blessing in 2549 BE one of the Great Puttapisek opf Modern History, with such a massive number of monks present for the empowerment ceremony.
The amulet comes with tube casing included as is the international airmail registered parcel delivery, which you can track during its journey using the tracking button on the website. This edition is called 'Takrut Solos Mongkol Luang Phu Iam Wat Saphan Sung' Made with 'Jum Rak Thak Chueak' technique of tying cord around the Takrut and immersing it in 'Rak' (a black sticky lacquer normally used for pasting gold onto Buddha statues).
Takrut Solos Mongkol from Luang Phu Iam is as hard to find as a needle in a haystack, and more expensive than diamonds. Luang Phu Iam went on Tudong and disappeared for many years from the temple of Wat Saphan Sung, Nontaburi. Because of his long absence, the local Folk came to believe that LP Iam had died, and so they made a ceremony to send merits to him. Luang Phu became aware telepathically of this, and hurried back to Wat Saphan Sung to relieve the Folk of their burden of thinking he whad passed away. Because of his long time on Tudong solatary wandering, he attained some special powers, and obtained the power of 'Solos'
Above; Photo Locket of LP Iam, Wat Saphan Sung
Luang Phu Iams Pra Pid Ta and Takrut amulets are of the most sought after in Thailand.
LP Iams Takrut Solos Mongkol is famous for its qualities of Kong Grapan, Klaew Klaad and Choke Laap/Metta Mahaniyom powers.
Kata Takrut Luang Phu Iam, Wat Saphan Sung, Pak Kred Nontaburi
(Say Namo Dtassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa 3 times first)
Kunbida Marnda Kun Ubpacha Aajaarn Gab Taepayadaa Jao Tee Mee Cheu Yoo Nai Takrut Nee Jeung Ma Kum Krong Raksaa Dtua Kaapa Jao (Translated meaning; 'Father, Mother, Guru and Teachers along with the deva whose name resides within this Takrut, please watch over and protect me')
Then say in your heart of hearts;
"I ask that through the Merits of the Triple Gem, and those of my Parents, Kroo Ba Ajarn, and the Deities whose names reside within this Takrut, and have Magical Powers in this Tagrud, to protect and guide me - Saatu"
(Say Namo Dtassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa 3 times again)
Na Ma Pa Ta Aehi Puttang Aehi Tammang Aehi Sangkang Bpurisutto Chnaa Bpurisutto Atitaami (say this before you grab the Tagrud, then pick it up to put it on)
Makhomangu Ahosi (say when taking off the amulet, or hanging it up somewhere in storage)
Sagassa Wachiraawutang Yamassa Nayanaawutang Aalawagassa Tusaawutang Waesuwannassa Kataawutang Jadt-dtaaro Dtae Aawutaa Sappa sadtruu Winaasandti (May all enemies disappear with the protection of the four cosmic weapons [Aawut], of Vachirawut, Nayanawut, Aalawaka Yaksa Awut and Taw Waes Suwans Aawut).
These Takrut amulets, made according to the original formula as taught by Luang Phu Iam, were made in 2549 by Luang Por Khaw, abbot of Wat Saphan Sung, to celebrate the 111th anniversary. The Takrut were blessed along with a host of LP Iam Pra Pid Ta anniversary amulets at Wat Saphan Sung. The Takrut were made exactly according to LP Iams instructions of how to make the Solos Mongkol Takrut powerful.
Anyone who is a devotee of LP Iam or has heard of his greatness and powers, can consider this Takrut a genuine recommendation for you, as it is a genuine Takrut made with the Wicha taught by LP Iam to his heirs at Wat Saphan Sung, which is however much more affordable than the impossible to find or too expensive to purchase original LP Iam Takruts.