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Article Date : 15 March 2012
Article Author : Chris Jones

 

Pra Khun Paen B.E.2506 (Reun Piti Sadet klap)

Possibly one of the greatest Khun Paen amulets ever

 

In B.E.2506 a number of sacred ceremonies were arranged to sacralise around 84,000 amulets created by Luang Poo Supha Guntasilo, Ajahn Chum Chaikiri, and Ajahn Uthai Dujsrivut.

The sacred amulets included Pra khun Paen (later called “Pra khun Paen B.E.2506 Reun Piti Sadetklap”), Pra Rod, Luk Pra Kum (created according to LP Kongs sacred science), Pah Yant , Pah Yant Singha, sacred charming oil, etc.

 

 
The Khun Paen amulet is considered to be one of the greatest ever to have been sacralised. Read this account and you will understand why that is so.


The full background to these amulets also helps us appreciate why they are considered amongst the very best to have been sacralised


Luang Phor Supha
 

      nn Luang Poo Supha Guntasilo, aged 69 years, served the Buddhist faith for 49 years, working hard to help develop Buddhism in the Thai Kingdom. He enjoyed travelling all over the country and participated in the construction of over 33 temples.

Despite many offers he never accepted the position of Abbot, preferring to remain away from the limelight and concentrate on his work, often with long periods of absence and solitary existence practicing high level meditation in the jungles of Thailand.

He is also known to have travelled abroad to India, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Burma, etc, learning ancient sacred sciences and collecting some of the most sacred ores and plants known to man.


 

In B.E.2502, it was recorded for example that he had taken a journey to an island called Koh Sireh, near Phuket Province. He found a small population of 600, all of whom were unable to speak the Thai language. He remained there for a considerable time teaching the locals Thai language and Dharma, departing a highly respected monk.
 

Sireh Island, where LP Supa had taught 600 people

 

After this episode some wealthy individuals were so impressed by his dedication a donation was raised to build a 18.50-meter-long reclining Buddha Image on the island to worship Lord Buddha and the virtue of Luang Poo Supa Guntasilo .
 

(Left to right) Luang Poo Supa Guntasilo, Archarn Chum and Archarn Uthai

 

The reclining Buddha Image that was under construction did have adequate shelter from the elements.

Luang Poo Supa went to Bangkok to meet Ajahn Chum to ask for his co-operation and support to create sacred amulets to raise sufficient funds to acquire a roof for the Buddha image.

 


Ajahn Chum immediately agreed and over a considerable period they gathered together all the materials that would be required to create these amulets which included:

 

108 Thai Flowers
 

Kunmark-ngern

Bualuang

Chaipuk

Pikul

Bunnark

Sarapi

Galong

Yajaochoo

Jumpa

Jumpi

Buasawan

Surmob

Yungtong

Rachawavi

Rati

Pikultong

Yito

Tongkow

Maliwun

Pakamas

Sonklin

Lin Mungkorn

Luntom

Chongko

Benjamas

Songbadarn

Kradung Nga

Buddharuksa

Kemlerng

Barnmairooroi

Chaba

Dokkaew

Kudkao

Saoyud

Buddhachat

Vuddhason

Ngon Gai

Ruk

Rukson

Siangchoke

Kluay Maikhao

Buakhao

Yunglek

Chumnard

Soitong

Malila

Mahawong

Chuanchom

Ngachang

Kularb

Ginti

Kiewtak

Kairfarung

Ferngfa

Siangty

Jamjun

Gatinpimarn

Makerpuang

Jang

Fungfa

Kluaymaidin

Rukdang

Hanggrarok

Jandang

Banburi

Pangpuay Farung

Tong Urai

Kemkhao

Rukray

Daorerng 

Banchern 

 

 

 

Incense-stick powder
 

Hinchang Sacred Shrine  Chumporn

Wat Pra Boromthat of Nakon Srithamarat

Somdej Poo Shrine, Songkla

City Pillar of Songkla Province

Khao Ngoo Shrine of Rachburi

City Pillar of Pattani

Jao Phor  Plasarttong Shrine Nakon Pathom

Wat Chang Hai of Pattani

 



108 sacred Thai plants :
 

Jak Narai

Paya Wan

Tao Maha Prom

Pra Taba

Maha Niyom

Petklub

Sanae Juntong

Sur Krong

Petsungkas

Hanuman Yoktub

Wan Hanuman

Hanuman Nang Tan

Darp Huk

Mahoh

Ron Tong

Praya Chang Perk

Tipnet

Krabi Tong

Praya Mai Pu

Nang Kum

Maha Ra Ngub

Prabsitis

Mae Posob

Sur Rong Hai

Namo Buddha Ya

Pung Pon Fai

Luklommae

Krob Jakawarn

Kumantong

Petchluk

Narai Plang Roop

Hom Dam

Tong Kum

Khunpan

Kor Tong

Hom Saneh Jun

Paya Lin Ngoo

Chang Pasom Klong

Paruhusbodi

Paya Narsuk

Nang Lom

Saneh Jundang

Nangkuak

Katoo Jedbak

Kamintarn

Mahamek

Simokma

Numhang Tua Mia

Sanae Jun Kiew

Doktong

Lingdam

Pra-ahtit

Sabutong

Prachim

Samwai Maitak

Nengaew

Nangpaya

Pichaidarphuk

Ito Darphuk

Klingklangdong

Paya Hongtong

Saboolerd Khao

Jom Maru Kar

Saboo Yuak

Rang Kordum

Kunmarkngern

Wahntong Hamtab

Chutpraprom

Chang Nga-on

Sarapudpit

Prajao Hah-ong

Tang Tau Poo

Hanumarn Dern Dong

Maew Sang

Talaput Reussi

Petch Noi

Pet Hung

Nung Hang Tua Mia

Kiew Morakot

Prap Pranakorn

Kuntamal

Kamkler

Praya Lindum

Hokhuk

Khunpanskottup

Somdej Nangpaya

Mahasanae

Nung Hang

Nangkum

Sang Ahtit

Nilpus

Prajun

Krachai Dum

Chaimongkol

Kangkoklek

Natungtuamia

Rangjerd

Ka Yai

Nung Niew

Panuktong

Lai Dam

Huadiew

Linmungkorn

Saboodin

Nangjuk Pra

intra-Nang Rum

 

 

 

 

Water from 9 Rivers
 

Yom River

Kong River

Ping River

Moon River

Wang River

Tani River

Chaophrya

Nan River

 

 

 

108 Thai Temples
 

Lard

 

 

Tubluang

Pom

Kongkaram  

Klangbangaew

Tatumnuk

Snamprom

Kanigapol

Mahaputtaram

Pra Ngarm

Dharmsala

Kaewfalang

Sampraya

Bupparam

Hualumpong

Aongkaram

Kunjun

Tongnopakun

Tongdharmachart

Paknam

Nuannoradit

Verurachin

Hirunruji

Pichaiyatikaram

Rachkuh

Yai Srisupun

Bhotinimit

Sawetchut

Nung

Pathomchedi

Rach Oros

Intaram

Sunpet

Sunggajai

Chonglom

Bangsaigai

Dongmunlek

Juntaram

Prapatone

Intraviharn

Arunrachvararam

Chinoros

Prasong

Chim

Klerwun

Kalayanamit

Sukaram

Hong

Prayunwongsawas

Lakorntum

Mahahtat

Saneha

Amrintra

Mahasamanaram

Visetkarn

Upsornsawun

Pailom

Prayatum

Rakhang

Chanasongkram

Rachsittaram

Tewarachkunchorn

Sangvech

Plubplachai

Chumnihatakarn

Rachatiwas

Nornart

Chaimongkol

Traimit

Duangkair

Sampantawong

Gunmatuyaram

Srabua

Rachpatikaram

Boromniwas

Patuamkongka

Buranasiri

Suthat

Rachpradit

Rachnadda

Theptida

Mahun

Pariayok

Suntorn Dharmatarn

Tritosthep

Chaichanasongkram

Pra

Suttaram

Somnus

Rajburana

Makutkasat

Benjamaborpit 

Chetupon

Sraket

Emerald Buddha Temple

Rachborpit 

Borpitpimuk



Din Pong - Sacred/Auspicious Soil
 

Rangkratin                                                        

Mukmao                                              

Front Khaopisdong Mountain

Pulor

Mai Yarap

Back of Khaopisdong Mountain

Chumnam Ta Hong Prai

Tamkong

Kanchanaburi Province



Ajahn Chums Sacred Powders
 

 

Ashes of  LP Ket Wat Kuid

Pong Pra Wat Mahathat

Pong Pra sipsong Wat Prathat

LP Kong’s powder

Powder ground from Wat Singha

Pong Pra Prasam Wat Prathat

Pongdang Hoonpayont Powder

Pong Pra Wat Tumkuhasawun

Pong Pra Praperm . Wat Prathat

Pong Hoonpayont Powder

Pong Pra Wat Donsala’

Pong Pra Wat Tubyun

Pongkiew Neua chin Powder

Pong Pra Wat Khao-or

Pong Pra Wat Prapatone

Pong Pasomrair

Pong Pra Wat Khaojia

Pong Pra Wat Prapiton

Sacred powder LP Kling of Wat Sopa

Powder  Khaochaison Caves

Crushed pims, Davaravadi period

Wat Sopa’s sacred powder

Ancient ashes of Khaochaison Caves

Pra Pong Wat Tumkhaosai’s

Sacred powder Wat Dongaitia

Powder of Oktalu Cave

Pra Pong Wat Tumkiriviharn’s

Wat Kutisong’s Pra Neua chin amulet powder

Powder of Tumyahom Caves

Pra Pong Wat Bangpraktai

Grounhd Pra Khun Paen, Wat Bang Krang 

Pong Pra Wat Pra Rod amulets

Pra Pong Wat Intra’s

Pong Pra Khun Paen Wat Suwunapoom

Pong Pra Wat Pakluay

Pong Pra Wat Hoochang

Wat Pratat’s Pong neua chin powder

Pong Pra Wat Pamakham

Pong Pra Wat Klongperd

Pong Konkru  Ajahn Kong of Wat Tarn

Pong Pra Wat Payakron

Pong Pra Praruang

Ashes of Ajahn Kong of Wat Tarn

Pong Pra Wat Srisawai

Pong Pra  Ngumraya Wat Nang

Sacred powders Ajahn Kong Wat Tan

Pong Pra Wat Chetupo

Pong Pra Wat Kuntom

Wat Tarn’s broken amulet powder

Pong Pra Wat Dindum

Pong Wat Mahathat’s ancient books

Wat Sai’s sacred powder

Pong Pra Wat Dontarm

Pong Pra Prapuay Wat Mahathat

Pong Pra Wat Mahathat ancient amulets

Pong PraWat Bost

Pong Wat Mahathat’s Bhoti trees

Pong Pra Nakprok Wat Mahathat

Pong Pra Wat Pongpayom

Pong Pra Wat Mahathat’s chedi

Pong Pra Mokalan Wat Mahathat

Pong PraWat Tonjun

Pong Wat Mahathat Buddha Images

Pong Pra 55 ong Wat Mahathat

Pong Pra Wat Paknam

Pong Pra Wat Tarur

Ancient powder of Wat Mahathat

Pong Pra Wat Satur

Pong Pra Wat Nangtra’s amulets

Wat Pailuang’s sacred powder

Pong Pra Wat Julamani

Pong Pra Chedi Wat Tarur

Pong Pra Wat Mungkorn

Pong Pra Wat Prang

Pong Pra Wat Taokote

Pong PraWat Srichum

Pong PraWat Gaitia

Pong Ajahn Khgun Pan

Pong Pra Wat Hintung

Pong PraWat Pakhao Hai

Powder of Bangkok City Pillar

Pong Pra Wat Paktung

Pong Pra Wat Nangphya

Pong PraWat Sur

Pong Pra Wat Pamuang

Pong Pra Wat Jeditong

Pong PraWat Changperk

Pong PraWat Khaotapanhin

Pong Pra Wat Pratoochai

Pong Pra Wat Prakaew

Pong Pra Wat Changlom

Pong Pra Wat Arunyikaram

Pong Pra Wat Luang Phor Kob

Pong Tepnimit Ajahn Chum

Powder of Wat Bungsamphan

Powder of Wat Hirunruji

Pong Mahawan  Wat Khao-or

Scared Powder LPJuk

 

 

Source of Sacred Water
 

LP Lern Wat Samkaew, Chumporn Province

Prasisarapon

Pra Patone Chedi

Somdej Toh sacred powder

Prathep Ratanamoli

Mr.Narong Suunyaruk

Sacred Powder / 108 monks - Prakru Rakitawun

Mr. Uthai

Prakru Rakitawun



Soil from Historical Buddhist Sites

 

Place of Birth of Lord Buddha

Place of First Dharma Lesson Lord Buddha

Place of Passing of Lord Buddha

Place of Enlightenment of Lord Buddha

 

 




Blessing Ceremonies.

These amulets were blessed at multiple ceremonies: over a period of two months



December 24th, B.E.2506

06.30 am,  Ajahn Chum Chaikiri, and Ajahn Uthai Dujsrivut began worshiping sacred souls

09.00 am, Luang Poo Supa  lit the sacred candle and then the three began reciting sacred spells.

07.00pm, nine sacred monks from royal temples, led by Somdej Pra Wanarat of Wat Prachetupon, joined the ceremony and began reciting sacred spells to worship the sacred souls of Ajahnn Kong and Khun Paen.

09.00pm, worshippers paid respect to the sacred soul of Khun Paen, whose spirt had by this tiime entered Ajahn Chum Chaikiri until 10.00pm.

12.00 pm, the amulets were fully consecrated, infused with the power of Khun Paen.

 

 
Participants of the BE 2506 Piti Sadetklap ceremony at Wat Koh Sireh, Phuket

 

January 23rd, B.E.2507

08.00pm, nine sacred monks recited a sacred spell called “Dharma jukkuppavatanasutra” and

11.30pm, ceremony finished.

 

January 24th, B.E.2507

03.00 am, nine sacred monks transferred sacred power into the amulets

04.00am, the nine monks began reciting sacred spells to worship Lord Buddha

06.00am, the sacred candle was extinguished and many of the amulets were removed for deposit in a kru(cell) under the base of  the main Buddha image of Wat Sarod.

08.00 am, nine sacred monks recited Chaiya Mongkol, the sacred spell of victory, to worship Lord Buddha and sacred souls.


 

 

January 25th, B.E.2507

06.00-12.00 am, Ajahn Chum, Ajahn Uthai and LP Supa  donated sacred amulets to police and personel of Wat Sarod.


January 25th -February 5th, B.E.2507

06.00 am, Ajahn Chum, Ajahn Uthai and LP Supa  donated amulets to those that had supported or donated towards charitable works of Wat Sarod.


February 13th-19th, B.E.2507

06.00 am, Ajahn Chum, Ajahn Uthai and LP Supa  gave away sacred amulets to those that had supported or donated towards charitable works at Wat Kohsikew, Korat Province.

 


February 23rd-29th, B.E.2507

06.00 am, Ajahn Chum, Ajahn Uthai and LP Supa  donated sacred amulets to supporters and donors of the charitable project of the Office of Viharn Dharma Khunpan Utis, Naratiwat Province.


March 1st - 7th, B.E.2507

06.00 am, Ajah