LP Thuad – Wat Prasart BE 2506

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LP Thuad Be 2506

I think it is fairly common knowledge that LP Tim, Wat Changhai blessed what is generally considered the best LP Thuad pim in BE 2497. But the price to acquire a genuine example is well beyond the means of all but the very wealthy. So what other choices does that leave us with? In fact there are numerous pims that are equally as good and far less expensive

One such amulet is the Luang Phor Thuad pim blessed at Wat Prasart in BE 2506. In fact this would be my recommendation to anyone looking for a high quality pim that is equal in quality to those originally blessed at Wat Changhai. Many serious collectors also concur with that opinion.

Although Wat Prasart is some 1000 Km in distance from Wat Changhai they do have something in common. Not only is Wat Prasart famous for its Luang Phor Thuad amulets but the sacred powder used to make those amulets was donated by none other than LP Tim. LP Tim is known to have admired Pra Kru Samhua Umphon, then abbot of the temple. He offered his support by donating sacred powder used during the creation of the original BE 2497 pims and a number of BE 2497 amulets to be ground as powder.

What is not commonly known is that LP Tim also donated a perfect example of his BE 2497 pim to be used as a prototype for the new mould. Furthermore he participated in the ceremony to sanctify these amulets.

In essence we have a LP Thuad amulet that contains the same powders as the original Wat Changhai pim, we have an amulet that is also blessed by LP Tim, we have an amulet that is modelled on the original design, alone these would make the amulet special.

But there is more and these account for the reason that I and many other people would recommend this pim as the amulet of choice. The blessing ceremony itself was attended by over 300 of the countries most senior monks of the era, each transferring sacred power. In fact most experts agree that the power of these amulets is considered immense by any standard. Apart from LP Tim some of the monks involved include Luang Phor Jong of Wat Nartangnok, Luang Phor Ngern of Wat Don Yai Hom, Luang Poo Nak of Wat Rakang, Luang Phor Nerng of Wat Julamani, Luang Phor Klai of Wat Suankun, Luang Phor Tiam of Wat Bost, Luang Poo Toh of Wat Pradoochimpli etc.

Apart from the blessing ceremony itself, these LP Thuad amulets contain other powders that are considered particularly sacred, such as powder ground from original Pra Somdej Bangkhunprom amulets, Wat Mai Amatros. Sacred powder from ground amulets of Wat Samploem and powder ground from many other sacred amulets from numerous temples throughout Thailand All these combined make this amulet one of the most desirable of all LP Thuad pims and in some ways more so than the original BE 2497 amulets.

These amulets come in several colors, including white, black, and gray, and are highly popular among collectors. Despite their demand, they remain reasonably priced and accessible.


Blessed by:
  • Phra Ajarn Tim, Wat Chang Hai, Pattani
  • Luang Pho Thiam, Wat Kasattrathirat, Ayutthaya
  • Luang Pho Noi, Wat Thammasala, Nakhon Pathom
  • Luang Pu Toh, Wat Pradoochimplee, Bangkok
  • Luang Pho Kee, Wat Hu Chang, Nonthaburi
  • Luang Pu Nak, Wat Rakhang, Bangkok
  • Luang Pho Seng, Wat Kalaya, Bangkok
  • Luang Pho Chong, Wat Nadtangnok, Ayutthaya
  • Luang Pho Thoon, Wat Phothinimit, Bangkok
  • Luang Pho Ngern, Wat Don Yai Hom, Nakhon Pathom
  • Luang Pho Mui, Wat Don Rai, Suphanburi
  • Luang Pho Thin, Wat Pa Lelai, Suphanburi
  • Luang Pho Nor, Wat Tha Ruea, Ayutthaya

Other revered monks include:

  • Chao Khun Pon, Wat Nang, Bangkok
  • Luang Pho Sud, Wat Ka Long, Samut Sakhon
  • Luang Pho The, Wat Sam Ngam, Nakhon Pathom
  • Luang Pho Pae, Wat Phikun Thong, Singburi
  • Luang Pho Khong, Wat Wang Sa Pha Rot, Chanthaburi
  • Luang Pho An, Wat Phra Yat, Ayutthaya
  • Luang Pho Nai, Wat Ban Chang, Ayutthaya
  • Luang Pho Thob, Wat Khao Chan Daen, Phetchabun
  • Luang Pu Thup, Wat Khae, Nang Loeng, Bangkok
  • Luang Pu Du, Wat Sakae, Ayutthaya
  • Luang Pho Cham, Wat Nual Noradit, Bangkok

Additional notable monks are:

  • Luang Pho Phrom, Wat Khanon Nuea, Ayutthaya
  • Luang Pho Phrom, Wat Chong Khae, Nakhon Sawan
  • Luang Pho Roem, Wat Chukachoe, Chonburi
  • Luang Pho Khruen, Wat Sang Kho, Suphanburi
  • Luang Pho Thian, Wat Bot, Pathum Thani
  • Luang Pho Nueang, Wat Chulamanee, Samut Songkhram
  • Luang Pu Rian, Wat Bang Raho, Nonthaburi
  • Luang Pho Muean, Wat Kampaeng, Chonburi
  • Luang Pho Khlai, Wat Suan Khan, Nakhon Si Thammarat
  • Luang Pho Bunmee, Wat Khao Samo Khon, Lopburi
  • Luang Pu Tim, Wat Lahan Rai, Rayong
  • Luang Pu Khiao, Wat Rong Mun, Nakhon Si Thammarat
  • Luang Pho Dit, Wat Pak Sa, Phatthalung
  • Luang Pho Daeng, Wat Khao Bandai It, Phetchaburi
  • Luang Pho Daeng, Wat Maduea, Pattani
  • Luang Pho Kan, Wat Khao Kaeo, Nakhon Sawan
  • Luang Pho Do, Wat Na Matoom, Chonburi
  • Luang Pho Ming, Wat Kok, Bangkok
  • Luang Pho Boi, Wat Manaw, Suphanburi
  • Luang Pho Thiam, Wat Lat Lum Kaeo, Pathum Thani
  • Luang Pho Dee, Wat Nuea, Kanchanaburi
  • Luang Pho Thongsuk, Wat Saphan Sung, Nonthaburi

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