Bia Gae – LP Boon / LP Perm / LP Jeua 

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Luang Phor Boon/ Luang Phor Perm/ Luang Phor Jeua – Wat Klang Bang Kaew

If you are searching for an amulet brimming with sanctity and power, both inside and out, look no further than the amulets of Luang Pu Boon of Wat Klang Bang Kaew, Nakhon Pathom Province. Luang Pu Boon is a renowned monk of the old generation, celebrated in the Nakhon Chai Si River region for his high-level meditative attainments and profound knowledge in various mystical arts and spells. His expertise in these areas is widely acknowledged as unrivaled.

Revered Status Among Contemporary Monks

Due to his exceptional abilities, Luang Pu Boon is ranked among the top venerated monks known for their spiritual prowess and magical disciplines. His strong meditative practices and mystical insights earned him respect and admiration from contemporary monks, including:

  • Somdet Phra Sangharaja (Pae) of Wat Suthat Thepwararam
  • Luang Por Thap of Wat Thong (Wat Suwannaram) in Khlong Bangkok Noi
  • Luang Pu Nak of Wat Huai Chorakhe

These esteemed figures and many others held Luang Pu Boon in high regard, further cementing his legacy as a powerful and respected spiritual teacher.

Luang Pu Boon’s amulets are not only revered for their external craftsmanship but also for the immense spiritual power they possess. Whether you seek protection, blessings, or spiritual guidance, the amulets of Luang Pu Bun are a testament to his unmatched abilities and profound

Generally Luang Phor Boon’s Bia Gae amulets were very similar in design to those of Luang Phor Rod, Wat Nai Rong. Hardly surprising when you consider that Luang Phor Boon was also taught by Luang Phor Khak. It is also recorded that he often visited Luang Phor Rod for instruction.

Therefore it is generally considered that Luang Phor Boon was a student of both sacred monks.

Luang Phor Boon – Bia Gae

The creation of the “Bia gae” begins with the search for a shell with 32 teeth, as described in ancient texts. Then, the teacher inserts consecrated mercury into the shell and finds a way to seal it in, using ancient vedas. This process requires a highly skilled practioner because it involves using spells to call upon and compel the mercury to merge within the shell.

The mouth of the “Bia Gae,” is sealed with copper / lead plates inscribned with sacred spells. Additionally, there are various types of “Bia Gae”  including those wrapped with knitted ropes adorned with three brass rings for waist fastening .

Regarding the amulets’ use, there are many methods available to ensure protection from various dangers and evils, including black magic spells, enemies, spirits, intoxicants, and poisonous insects.

In terms of relative value, Luang phor Rod’s amulets are slightly more expensive compared to those created by Luang Phor Boon.

Luang Phor Boon was born on July 3, B.E.2391 during the reign of King Rama III. He was the eldest amongst the six children of Mr. Seng and Mrs.Lim.

When he was 13, his father passed away and he was sent to Wat Klang Bangkaew to learn Lord Buddha’s Dharma. He was ordained as a novice at the age of 15 and a monk on the 21st June, BE 2412, aged 20. He resided at the temple his entire life, until he passed away in BE 2478

Luang Phor Boon lineage includes Luang Phor Perm and Luang Phor Jeua, both highly accomplished in their own right
 

 


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