A Total rarity and Classic Pim Niyom Coin Amulet belonging to the Jatukam Ramatep Pantheon. Pra Pid Ta Pang Pagan is perhaps the most well known and preferred Pra Pid Ta Amulet in South Thailand, that is also extremely revered by Devotees of Jatukam Ramatep, and which indeed is mostly created and empowered along with Jatukam Ramatep Amulets.
This particular Edition belongs to one of Thailands Nationally Famous and Successful Editions which recieved am extremely extensive creation method with a great number of Magical referrals and Symbolism according to the Law of Magical Correspondences. This Range of amulets can truly be said to have been made with the same intensive and extensive Ritual and Astrological preparations, and methodical stages of empowerment, as were (and still are) the Ancient Vedic Methods of Ritual Empowerment.
The amulet includes 24 Karat Gold casing. The front Face features the Pra Pid Ta Pang Pagan in Traditional Nakorn Sri Tammarat style Buddhist Art. The Buddha is entering Nirodha (symbolized by his hands covering his eyes). A spiral energy force is over the Buddha's navel, with a sacred Na Normo within it. He is seated upon Pra Rahu who is swallowing the Moon, and his Head is Crowned with Lotuses. The coin is small sized and apt for both men and Women and even Children to wear. It bears the Code Number 5080.
The rear face has been constructed with an arrangement of Adept Spells and Astrological Symbols, empowered with their respective Planetary Invocations. In the center is a Yant Duang for reversal of Negative Karma and Improvement of Fate and Destiny.
An extremely important and large Puttapisek/Tewapisek Blessing ceremony was made with a large number of Master Monks as well as many members of the Ordained Sangha who recieved alms and gave blessings before the ceremony to increase the auspicious blessings and Puttakun Power of this edition, with the Merits of the Many Many Devotees who came to make Merit and Recieve Blessings. The first Empowerment Ceremony was performed according to True jatukam Ramatep tradition, at the Sarn Hlak Mueang central Pillar of Nakorn Sri Tammarach. This Occasion was celebrated by performing the Piti Hlor Nam Rerk (first pouring of the bronze and gold for first Statues and amulets), and the 'Mangkala Pisek) blessing ceremony.
The second Empowerment was held in front of the Sacred Relic at Wat Pra Boroma Taat at Nakorn sri Tammarat, with the head Master of Ceremonies of the Royal Thai Brahman Order of Priests, Pra Rachakroo Wama Taep Muni, famous for his deliverance of the Kampir Yant 108 Pitsadarn book of Sacred Thai Yantra, and Head of all Royal Brahman Ceremonies. A Morning and Afternoon ceremony was performed for double empowerment
The Third Empowerment was held at the Jatukam Ramatep Shrine at Wat Nang Praya in Nakorn Sri Tammarat. This was a Maha Racha Tewa Pisek Ceremony (Royal Deva Abhiseka), and had double empowerments (morning and afternoons) during two whole days of ceremonial Offerings and Incantations.
This composition, or 'Wicha' in the Yantra and Astrological Signs on the rear face, are the result of a long and complex work of composition, performed by various Adepts in Unison. Coming from Before 2550 BE, this Pra Pid Ta Pang Pagan series of Jatukam Ramatep Line amulets belongs to the Preferred Classic editions, and is thus worthy of the title 'Ultra Collectable Sacred Amulet'
The Astrological Symbols, or 'Nam Dta Waen' in Thai, represent different Planetary Influences, which pull ones Negative Karma and Obstacles out of the way, and open up paths to the Creation of Auspicious Causes of Future Prosperity and Wellness.
The amulet offers all kinds of blessings ranging from Protective magic against Ghosts, Demons and Black Magic, Bullets and Knives, Car and other Transportation Accidents, Incite Luck and Wealth, attract Prosperity, and prevent Illness.
Kong Grapan, Choke Lap, Klaew Klaad, Gae Aathan, Metta Mahaniyom, Pokasap.
Apart from the Pid Ta Pang Pagan, which was made in various types of Muan Sarn (sacred powders) and Chanuan Muan Sarn (metallic sacred content), this edition featured a large array of Jatukam amulets and a range of Bucha Statues, as well as Pha Yant.
The Bucha Statues were made in Various Postures.
This Pang Pagan is an Indistibutable Classic Collectors Amulet of Great Sacred Power, Which has in a mere half decade or so, attained its own 'Dtamra' (legendary status) with its own traceable and Catalogued History. Accepted and Admired in all Amulet Collector Circles.
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