Luang Phor Ngern BE 2515 pims - A simple explanation to a complex subject
Luang Phor Ngern. Wat Bangklan is highly respected even to this day and in particular for his sacred power and amulets. Popular pims include his RoopLor Loy Ong the amulet for which he is best known but also other amulets such Pim Niyom, Pim Kidta, Pim Job Yai, Pim Job Lek, etc.
Luang Por Ngern was born in B.E.2351 during the reign of King Rama I at Bangklan Village, Pijit Province. His education began at Wat Tongpu (Wat Chanasongkram) in Bangkok where he was also ordained at the age of 20 years. He remained here to practice meditation.
|LP Ngern BE 2515 Wat Bang Klan Pim Meu Nap Baeng (hands counting the bank notes) -|
|Value 100,000 Thai Baht / 3,500.00 USD|
During that time Somdej Pra Buddhachan Toh was still living and LP Ngern visited Wat Rakhang on many occasions to pay respect and also learn sacred sciences
Thereafter he visited Wat Kongkaram in Pijit Province where he also spent considerable time tudong. It was during this time that he was to visit Wantago village where he planted three Bhoti tree saplings. Whilst in payer he promised to construct a temple on that spot should the saplings mature.
The rest is history, Wat Bangklan as it is was then known was built. The official name for this temple is Wat Hirunyaram. Luang Por Ngern passed away in B.E.2462, aged 111 years and having served the Buddhist faith for 90 years.
Its fairly common knowledge tthat LP Ngern amulets rate amongst some of the most popular ever to have been created. As a result many series of sacred pims have been created posthumously to satisfy this immense demand.
However without doubt the most successful series comprises those amulets blessed in the year BE 2515. In particular the Wat Bangklan batch with the ceremony to pour gold into the moulds being held at Wat Suthat in Bangkok before being blessed again at Wat Bangklan.
It was recorded that during this ceremony a particularly auspicious event occurred and that was a lunar eclipse making these amulets some of the most famous ever blessed.
Why the confusion
Although this account is by no means comnprehensive and no doubt contains erors, it will help to make this subject somewhat easier to understand
The BE 2515 pims can be very confusing often because vendors fail to provide sufficient information about the amulet..
Under normal circumstances this in itself would not be an issue, but the problem is that during that same year many other temples also created LP Ngern pims that naturally are referred to as BE 2515 amulets.
So its important that when you purchase a 2515 amulet that you understand from which temple it originated, because many other temples also held ceremonies at Wat Bangklan,
Dealers can and do obviously use this to their advantage. For example it would not be untruthful to say that a particular LP Ngern amulet was blessed at Wat Bang Klan in BE 2515, but a knowledgeable dealer may be less than forthcoming about the true origin of the pim.
The following six temples all created LP Ngern amulets in BE 2515 pims and although not quite as valuable as the original LP Ngern Bangklan pims they are all worth collecting and are all considered equally as powerful. Prices for all of these pims increase year on year and they all represent a good investment.
Wat Beung Narang
Wat Beung Narang Luang Phor Ngern Bangklan 2515 - Pim Neua Tong Pasom Ban Ju Kring Niyom. From our own collection and supplied with a full Certificate of Authenticity
|Wat Tainaam Luang Phor Ngern Bangklan 2515 - Pim Neua Tong Na Gae Banju Kring. From our own collection and suplied with a full Certificate of Authenticity|
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