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Pra Pidt Ta from Luang Por Koon - Koon 88 Maha Sethee edition. This amulet was blessed and empowered all over Thailand on multiple occasions, as well as being blessed by Luang Por Koon in major Puttapisek ceremony. The amulets are in Jumbo and small sizes - suitable for a Man and Woman or Adult and Child to wear as a pair of identical amulets in small and large. The Muan Sarn sacred powder is extremely rich in sacred ingredients. The large Jumbo has 5 gold Tagrud in it and the small one has three tagrud inserts.
This is the 'Hnaa Gaag Ngern' version (silver coated) which is the mid range of the edition, the top range being the gold coated set, and the lower range being wan sacred powder with Tagrud inserted but no silver or gold coating.
Luang por Koon is a highly revered monk because of the fact that all the funds he has ever raised from amulets has been piled into the public benefit, such as schools, hospitals and roads, as well as charitable projects. This has made LP Koon one of Thailands most beloved monks with local Thai Folk. He has spent till now over 2000 Million baht on public benefit projects. Because of the great popularity of his amulets back then, and the amount of amulets made (perhaps more than any other temple or Luang Por ever), The amulets overflowed the market and caused their popularity to dwindle. They became too commonly seen for speculators or those who control and influence the amulet scene to market them, and prices fell, as did the amount of people looking for LP Koon amulets. LP Koon amulets lost popularity about 12 years ago, and began ending up on small amulet market tables going for very low prices indeed.
For many years after this happened, the temple of Wat Ban Rai refused offers to produce amulets, and maintained this policy (in most cases) for some years. This fact, and the release of these amazingly beautiful and rich in sacred ingredients range of amulet, was enough to turn the tide, and now Luang Por Koons amulets are enjoying a massive revival and prices are rising.
This is due to the fact that ober 288 sacred powders and 108 sacred herbs, were added to the amulet mixture.108 famous Master Guru monks from around Thailand empowered them in a massively important Puttapisek ceremony, as well as the fact that Luang Por Koon is now very old indeed, which always influences the popularity of amulets in a big way.
If we ignore all this information, and concentrate on the amulet and its maker only, we will see that such influential factors are primarily commercial and administrative, and dont have any importance as far as the words sacred and faith go. If we observe the maker, Luang Por Koon, his great trajectory as a monk and compassionate biography, and examine the sacredness and authenticity of the amulets and their puttapisek blessing, and consider the sacred powders in these amulets, then this is all we need to conclude that these Pra Pid Ta amulets are the real thing and an extremely wearable, desirable, holy and aesthetic piece of sacred Buddhist art and magical talisman that is a first class acquisition.
Limited collectors edition box set, this set is either good for your altar, or for wearing with your husband, wife, or child.
There were only 888 -18888 of each edition made.
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