LP Thuad Man BE 2507 Wat Saikhao

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LP Thuad BE 2507 – Ajahn Nong, Wat Saikhao

Luang Phor Thuad Man is one of the earliest amulets from Wat Sai Khao, created under the guidance of Ajahn Nong from Wat Sai Khao. In BE 2507, Ajahn Nong invited Ajahn Tim from Wat Chang Hai to perform the consecration ceremony for the Luang Phor Thuad Man amulets. Ajahn Tim personally pressed the first mold at Wat Chang Hai. The amulets were jointly consecrated by Ajahn Tim, Ajahn Nong, and several other revered monks. A ritual was then conducted to invite the spirits of Luang Phor Thuad, Luang Phor Thuad Man, Luang Phor Thuad Krai, Luang Phor Thuad Sithichai, and Luang Phor Thuad Lin Dam to preside over the ceremony at the ordination hall of Wat Chang Hai.

After the ceremony, Ajahn Tim took all the amulets back for a grand consecration at Wat Sai Khao. These amulets are renowned for their exceptional sacred properties and materials. The primary materials for this batch are herbs and special clay called “Kak Yai Yak,” but uniquely, they also included “rice seedlings” and “black sticky rice.” The rice seedlings symbolize growth and prosperity, while the black sticky rice is believed to offer protection and invulnerability.

Currently, this batch of amulets is considered rare and highly coveted. It’s rare to come across them because those who possess them tend to keep them closely guarded due to their historical value and reasonable price, making them highly desirable for worship and collection.

Pims

Phra Luang Phor Thuad Man B.E.2507 amulets were designed in several groups of pim as follows:

1. Pim Phra Sam Thuad, which featured the image of the three sacred monks namely Luang Phor Thuad, Luang Phor Thuad Marn, and Luang Phor Thuad Sittichai on the front.

2. Pim Nangkhao-ie, which featuring the image of Luang Phor Thuad Man sitting on his knees, sometime this Pim was called “Pim Reup Parin-ya”. (Graduation Print)

3. Pim Yai (or big size), featuring the image of Luang Phor Thuad Man in meditation.

4. Pim Klang (or medium size), which featured the picture of Luang Phor Thuad Man in meditation.

5. Pim Lek(or small size), featuring the image of Luang Phor Thuad Man in meditation.

The amulet became very popular during the war years as the number of casualties of those that wore this amulet was almost zero. And as such the fame grew.

graduation print

graduation print


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