The first edition Loi Ongk Ruesi Statuette amulet was called for and sponsored by the Inner Sanctum Looksit of Luang Por Choo, for the celebration of the Wai kroo (master Day) Yearly ceremony to Bucha the 108 Ruesi Hermit Gods, and to pay reverence to Luang Por Choo, and receive Blessings for the next year. Luang Por Choo has never before made Ruesi as a Loi Ongk statuette, and it has become high time to do so because the last few years his Wai kroo (Master Day Ceremonies have had ever more Devotees arriving, now reaching into the Thousands.
At last now in 2555 BE, Luang Por has agreed to alow the Looksit to Bucha amulets in the form of the Boroma Kroo Ruesi. The amulets were handed out on the Wai Kroo Ceremony on the 26th August 2555 BE. This date was extremely powerful, being the day of 'Mahadtano Rerks 'Faa Perd Din Perd'' (Sky and Underworlds open and connect with the Earthly Realm.
Comes with Original Box from the Templ - can be encased if desired.
The Loi Ongk Statuettes are fashioned in the form of the Boroma Kroo Ruesi sitting in Meditation on top of a piece of Lek Lai. The base of the statuettes have sacred Muan sarn including Lek Lai from the Cave of a Ruesi inserted. The Amulets are empowered to be representatives of the Boroma Kroo, and perform the duty of Protecting and Invigorating Prosperity.All of the different Kroo Devas were invoked to be present for each devotee of different Professions to Pray to and Beseech Blessings. The Kroo of Sorcery, Kroo of Sciences, Kroo of the Arts, Kroo of Botany, Kroo of the Engineer, Kroo of the Dancer and Musician.. all of the 108 Ruesi Sages of Old are Invoked.
You can use the image to call upon your own personal Kroo Ruesi Deity, or it can even be used to call upon all of the 108 Ruesi Simultaneously, but this should really only be done on special occasions, Wai Kroo, or when seriously in need of assistance.
The Ruesi like to accompany those who have kind hearts and generosity, and do not linger around those with dark thoughts or wishes in their hearts.
The Purpose of this Edition, was to preserve the Authentic Wicha of the Lersi, by performing the Wai Kroo Rites properly and according to how the Ancient Wicha demands, and to raise Funds for the Restoration of various parts of the Temple of Wat Tap Chumpon, as well as to allow the thousands of Devotees of Luang Por Choo the opportunity to recieve his blessings at the Wai Kroo, and by way of Bucha to his Amulets. The flagship of this edition, is of course the beautiful and traditional Bronze Sculpture of the Lersi Hermit God Pra Paetchalugan. Pra Paetchalugan is highly revered by Sorcerors, Engineers, and many Devotees of Thai Occultism. He is one of the Nine High Boroma Kroo Lersi hermit Gods, who is an Avatar or Emanation of the Vishnu Deity.
Muan Sarn Powders within the statuettes
Luang Por Choo offers Betel and Areca, Rice, flowers and Incense to the Kroo Lersi Paetchalugan, each morning and evening. The Betel and Areca Nuts offered are considered a very auspicious Muan Sarn, and are used in amulets of very many types, but are believed to be especially powerful when used for Ruesi amulets, because the Ruesi love to chew Areca Nut, and bless the physical remains of the nuts after the offering, with their power. The Areca are Sacred for having passed the oral saliva and the Magical Katan of the Boroma Kroo Deva Ruesi.
This Muan Sarn was used to mix with the sacred powder filling within the statuettes.
One of the Devotees of Luang Por Choo once took some of the 'Ya Sen' hand rolled tobacco offered to Por Gae Ruesi paetchalugan, and encased it in a tube and wore it as an amulet. The boy was involved in a deadly accident but was Miraculously left completely unscathed. None of the offerings are ever allowed to be thrown away, be it the areca nut, the betel leaf, or the Ya Sen tobacco. They were ground up into powders, and mixed with 5 types of other Sacred Powders;
The powders were molded into balls, and pressed into the interior of the statuettes through the hollow in the base, with a small piece of Lek Lai Insertion added. We must say that we find the design factors of this particular edition to be extremely high quality, and expressive, with depth, clarity, detail and expression. The face of the Ruesi is Celestial and Radiates an Aura of Benevolence, his long beard wafting in the wind, and his wise old gaze watches over. Empowered with the Blessings of the devas attending the Yearly Wai Kroo Ceremony, and the Incantations and Jhanic Empowerment of Luang Por Choo. Luang Por Choo is Gathering Great Merits in preserving and preaching the Tradition of the Lersi, and has in a short time come to be considered one of the Authentic Masters of Empowerment of Ruesi Images according to the Lineage Wicha of his Masters, and strictly adheres to the Ancient Methods of Ruesi Wicha.
The Ruesi Blesses with Prosperity, Safety, Protection, Professional and Social Advancement
This edition's Tagline was "Looksit Bpen Hlak Pan - Khong Khuen Bpen Roi - Pra Dee Long Dai" (More than a Thousand Devotee Ceremony, and more than a Hundred in Trance - truly effective amulets, - You can test for yourself). "Test for Yourself" in Thailand normally would mean, in the case of for example, a Kong Grapan or Klaew Klaad Power amulet being tested, the Devotees would place the amulet on a stone and shoot it with a gun. If the bullet misses, it is classed as 'Klaew Klaad' power (evade danger) and if it hits but does no damage to the amulet, then it is 'Kong Grapan' (Bullet proof). The method of testing depends on the Nature of the Power to be tested. Metta would be tested by seeing if an Angry person can be easily appeased, for example.
See all amulets in this edition here;
Worshipping the Ruesi brings a full range of blessings and protective magic of the Boroma Kroo and the Immense Power and Protection of the 108 Ruesi Hermit Sages.
Kong Grapan, Klaew Kaad, Gae Aathan, Gan Kun Sai, Choke Lap, Kaa Khaay, Metta Mahaniyom, Serm Duang, Maha Sanaeh. All of these blessings are given with the practice of revering and following the Ruesi.
It requires somewhat more effort to practice revering the Ruesi, than to wear an amulet, because the practice of Revering Ruesi is a regular applied practice and you must think that the Ruesi are always with you, and that one lives and behaves as a Looksit of the Ruesi Boroma Kroo Por Gae. It is thus a practice of Bucha which must be kept to and maintained in proper Ritual Manner. the Ruesi Kroo Deities, are essential to have as Bucha Item for those who indeed themself practice Ruesi-Ism, Yoga, Meditation, Herbalism, Minerology, and magical Practices, such as Incantation or Amulet and Talisman making.
Meditation practitioners recieve extra blessings from the Ruesi, for Meditation is the primary practice of the Ruesi himself, and those who revere and practice the Science/Arts of Ruesi-ism, will attain great advancements in their meditations by studying and practicing the way of the Ruesi as a way of life.
The Ruesi Path is now becoming a very popular alternative to the General Buddhist path, because even a layperson or a married person is able to practice the Ruesi way, and advance within the framework of their own lifestyle. No ordination as Monk is necessary, but a true diligent attitude and effort to practice the Mindfulness path and the path of meditative skill and wisdom is crucial and must be applied.
5 types of fruits, a glass of water, 9 Incense sticks
Kata Bucha Ruesi Paetchalugan
Om Ma A U Mahidtigaa Dtaebpi Dtumhae Anuragkhandtu Arokayaena Sukhaena Ja Mahaa Dtaecho Mahaa Laapo Nachaa Leedti Aehi Jidt-Dtang Bpiyang Ma Ma
โอม มะอะอุ อะหังนุกา วิษณุกรรมเทวา มหิตธิกาเตปิ ตุมเห อนุรักขันตุ อะโรตะเยนะ สุเขนะจะ มหาเตโช มหาลาโภ นะชาลิติ เอหิจิตตัง ปิยังมะมะ
Make Bucha Offerings and Chanting every Thursday
These Sacred Metal Loi Ongk, Powder filled Amulets, were made to accompany a series of special Sacred Bucha statues, which were created according to a spiritual communication from the Ruesi Paetchalugan, and Luang Por Choo, who was instructed to create images in his likeness. This edition is marked by Miraculous Occurrences, beginning with the events leading to the creation of the Brazen Bucha statues of this edition 'Ruesi Paetchalugan Pang Samer Thaera'. This Bucha statue is the talk of the Province, due to the Miraculous Events leading up to the creation of the statues..
The story goes like this;
Towards the end of the year before (just before the Bangkok Floods), there was a young man wo dreamed that a Lersi hermit God appeared (paetchalugan), and told him he must make a statue in the image of the Lersi. The Lersi was dressed and appeared as we see in the statue, and began dancing a beautiful dance, as gold and silver rings fell from the sky, as if his dance was calling the treasures down from Heaven. The boy did not take much notice of the dream, for he did not believe it was more than a dream. But after a few days he was bestricken with a strange illness and his hands and feet became paralyzed. His feet and hans also throbbed and ached, and his Parents did not know what to do. The one evening, his Mother lit incense to the Devas, and fell asleep. She dreamt that the Hermit God Paetchalugan came to her, and spoke;
"I want your son to sculpt a statue in my image as i appeared to him, and to you. But your son does not believe i am real. Tomorrow your son must light incense to me and ask forgiveness, and then promise to begin sculpting my image as a scupture. If he does so, his paralysis will disappear. Once the statue is made, someone will come to take it".
The next morning the boy's Mother told the story to the boy, whgo then finally believed, and lit incense, to ask forgiveness to Leri Paetchalugan. His Paralysis faded and disappeared, and he made the statue as promised. Once the statue was made, the boy did not know what to do next with it, and still did not even know the name of the Lersi statue. Because he did not know the name of Paetchalugan nor which lersi Hermit God this was, the boy simply offered flower garlands over a period of one year to the statue.
Above; Bucha statue Leri Paetchalugan Pang Samer Thaera - released in this edition.
Then in this year of 2555 BE, Luang Por Choo called his closest Devotees and asked them if he remembered rightly that there used to be a restaurant by the roadside in the town that took commissions to sculp Buddha and Deity images once in a while, and if the place still existed?. One of the Looksit (devotees) remembered a place in Nontaburi that fitted the description, and Luang Por then asked the Looksit if he could go and check, to ask if they had ever made a Lersi statue at all in the past?
He said that he did not want a new one, rather was looking for one that was already made, and not sold. The Looksit was told that if there was a Lersi statue there that had been stood around unsold, that they should take it and bring it to Luang Por Choo. Luang Por told the Looksit to tell them that Lersi Paetchalugan had sent them to ask for it.
The Devotees took some money from their bank, in case the statue was there. As they arrived, they encountered the sculptor, and they asked him according to Luang Por's Instructions. the sculptor said he had made one somewhere quite some time ago long before the Bangkok Floods, but did not know if it would be usable or not. The Looksit then said that the Lersi Paetchalugan had told Luang Por Choo to come and ask for it, and use it for the purpose of building and repairing the Temple.
As the sculptor heard this, the sculptor was instantly struck by the Paralysis he had been struck with as he met the lersi hermit in his dream. His head ached just like the first time as he had dreamed of the Dancing Lersi Hermit God. The sculptor immediately donated the statue to Luang Por Choo, with the staunch faith in the fact that these were the ones who the Lersi had said would come to take him.
As he offered the statue, his affiliction disappeared again. The Devotees offered money to the sculptor for the statue, but he did not want a single penny for it. But he asked that when the metal statues were made from the original, that he would recieve one of them, instead of the original.
This edition of statues and amulets, is clearly created by the spirit of a Lersi hermit God himself, through telepathic communication over two different locations, and brought together by Magic to become Manifest. Its Sacredness is of the Highest Calibre,being Miraculous even long before its creation as a Bucha statue. Many Bucha statues bring Miracles, but few are born of Miracles. This one is Born of a Miracle by the hand of Lersi Paetchalugan, who chose his own sculptor and displayed the posture to sculpt him in before the eyes of the sculptor. Lersi Paetchalugan also chose for himself which Master should make Bucha statues from the sculpture, and then brought all the Causal Circumstances together, for Fate to allow it to happen.
He also made it happen that no money was exchanged in the whole process from appearing in a dream to the giving of the statue to Luang Por Choo, which is part of the way Miraculous Occurrences come to pass.
The 'Samer Thaera' Posture was the Posture used by Luang Por Choo for this years 'Korb Kroo Yai' Ceremony of laying the Lersi Mask Blessings on the Looksit. The ceremony was accompanied by Plaeng Paat Dtra Pra Ruesi Paetchalugan, a traditional Thai Classical Music which the Devas love to hear, and is evolved from Vedic Times, and a Traditional part of Wai Kroo Ceremonies.b You can see this kind of Musical accompaniment in the below example, which addresses Lersi Galaigote.
Plaeng Paat Dtra Pra Ruesi Galaigote
In Olden times, the Wai Kroo used to only be performed before the Throne or in the Royal Courts, and was a Blessing for those who were honored to participate in this Auspicious State Ceremony.
Paetchalugan was the only Deva who could follow Shiva Nakaraja's Dance, and was awarded the Ruesi Paetchalugan Samer Thaera possesses 108 Blessings and 1009 Special Powers. He once sat in Meditation and attained the Highest Abhinya, and was complimented by the Lord Buddha, as having equal powers to the Arahants themselves. The words 'Samer Thaera' actually mean 'Equal to the Arahants'. In the moment he was complimented, Lersi Paetchalugan sprang up and performed this Dance. This is why the Dancing Posture of Paetchalugan is called 'Pang Samer Thaera', which is a posture of Joy.
Lersi Paetchalugan is one of the Nine Important Boroma Kroo Lersi hermit Gods;
All amulets in this edition were given Solo Empowerment by Luang Por Choo, and then a Final Taewa Pisek Blessing with sealed Empowerment during the 'Piti Wai Kroo Bucha Taep' 2555 BE, on Sunday the 26th of August 2012. This date was the 9th Lunar Phase of the 9th Lunar Month, and a very Auspicious Buddhist Astrological Alignment.
Om Imasming Pra Bprakone Tap Pra Munii Taewaa Hidtaa Dtum Hae Bpari Punchandtu
Pra Rasii Galai Gote Pra Rasii Narod, Pra Rasii Naarai Pra Rasii Ta Wua, pra Rasii Ta Fai, Pra Rasii Singha Dabos, pra Rasii Putta Mongkol, Pra rasii Sajja Pan Kirii, Pra Rasii Munii Dabos, Pra Rasii Kassop, Pra Rasii Paetchalugan, Jong Maa Bpen Aek pra Rasii Tang Roi Paed Pra Ongk, Jong Maa Bprasit Sitti Intraa Sitti Prahmmaa Sitti Taewaa Sitti Naaraay Sitti Pikanes Sitti Waes Suwan Pra Arahang Bprasittimae
โอม อิมะสมิง พระประโคนธัพ พระมุนีเทวา หิตาตุมเห ปะริภุญขันตุ พระฤาษีประลัยโกศ พระฤาษีนารอด พระฤาษีนารายณ์ พระฤาษีตาวัว พระฤาษีตาไฟ พระฤาษีสิงหะดาบส พระฤาษีพุทธมงคล พระฤาษีสัจจะพันคีรี พระฤาษีมุนีดาบส พระฤาษีกะสพ พระฤาษีเพชรฉูกรรณ์ จงมาเป็นเอก พระฤาษีทั้ง 108 พระองค์ จงมาประสิทธิ สิทธิอินทรา สิทธิพรหมมา สิทธิเทวา สิทธินารายณ์ สิทธิพิฆเนศ สิทธิเวสสุ วรรณ พระอะระหังประสิทธิเม
Then close your eyes, or gaze at the statue, and ask for the things you wish for deeply within your heart and mind, and focus on the Lersi as you address them to Beseech their Blessings.
Na Song Fa Mo Song Din Put Song Saay Sin Taa Song Samutr Ya Yud Aagaas TaaSong Samutr, Put Song Saay Sin, Mo Song Din, Na Song Faa Leu-Ler Leu-Ler
นะทรงฟ้า โมทรงดิน พุททรงสายสิญจน์ ธาทรงสมุทร ยะยุดอากาศ ยะยุดอากาศ ธาทรงสมุทร พุททรงสายสิญจน์ โมทรงดิน นะทรงฟ้า ฤ ฤา ฦ ฦา
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