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Pra Somdej Chinabanchorn Run Jakapat Nuea Stellar (Meteorite) - Smelted and Mixed with Mai Chor Fa Wat Rakang, Lava Phu Khao Fai, Lek Nam Pii, and Paya Saming Lek (Khee Lek Lai)
This amulet has been made from Stellar Meteorite smelted down and mixed with wood from the Chor Fa Wat Rakang temple roof struts, Elemental Relics from Volcano Lava, Lek Nam Pii (Lek Lai) and Paya Saming Lek (Lek Lai residue) mixed in.
This is a Special Ultra Limited Ongk Kroo and is Top of the Range of the whole Edition, with the exception of some very Special Gammagarn hand carved Pra Somdej, made from solid pieces of 100 Years Old Sacred Wat Rakang Kositaram wooden temple roof struts, wich were given to Devotees who donated large sums of money.
Above; Pra Somdej Chinabanchorn 'Run Jakapat' Nuea Pong Ya Wasana Jinda Manee
Comes with a stainless steel waterproof case direct from the temple. The amulet was blessed by dozens of famous monks including Luang Por Phern, Luang Por Pae and Luang Por Uttama.
The rear face of the amulet has the full Kata Chinabanchorn Prayer embossed upon it in perfect miniaturised lettering, and invokes the Chinabancara Prayer of Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto) Prohmrangsri of Wat Rakang Kositaram.
Below you can practice the chanting of the Kata Chinabanchorn for Bucha to this Amulet to maximise the Buddhakun Power and Blessings.
Below you can listen to and appreciate the full long version chanted by Monks
The Legend of the Chinabanchara Kata (Kata Chinabanchorn), begins when Somdej Dto Prohmrangsri traveled to Gampaeng Paetch to visit some relatives, and paid a visit to a very old temple there, by the name of Wat Sadet. There was a Chedi there with Buddha relics close by to the Bping river where an ancient Kampir (Grimoire) had been found.
It was in Singhala and was found buried inside the Chedi Stupa, and Somdej Dto was given this Kampir to take with him, which he did, and placed it in his Guti at Wat Rakang Click here to read full story of Chinabanchorn Kata.
This edition was first passed through the hands of Guru masters back in 2535 BE, and has passed through various empowerment ceremonies since then, until their final release in 2553 (some were also released immediately, back in 2535 BE too).
Comes in original felt box from the temple, with casing included.
An immense quantity of wood powder from Wat Rakang Temple roof was mixed in to the amulets, making them a piece of Wat Rakang History. This is the first time ever in the History of Thai amulets that wood from the Uposadha roof of Wat Rakang temple has been used in Muan Sarn for amulets.
Above, LP Juea of Wat Klang Bang Gaew lights the victory candle in the final Puttapisek Ceremony of the Run Jakkapat amulets.
The Somdejs are made in various materials, a light colored one in 'Pong Itijae', a darker colored one in 'Pong Ya Wasana Jinda Manee', along with this Ultra-Special Ongk Kroo in 'Nuea Stellar, and the Gammagarn Models in Ancient Temple Roof Beam struts wood from Wat Rakang Kositaram Temple, which were only given to Devotees who donated larger sums.
Always say; ‘namo tassa pakawato arahato sammaaa samputtassa’ first, three times before making any Kata for amulets.
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