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The GHOST Amulet, Luang Phor Tim
The GHOST Amulet, Luang Phor Tim
Amulet Ref : BA3777
Monk : Luang Phor Tim (Lahanrai)
Status : SOLD
Temple : Wat Lahanrai
Year : BE 2516
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The Ghost Amulet - LP Tim, Wat Lahanrai
This pim is commonly referred to as Luang Phor Tim's Ghost Amulet

 

THIS IS AN EXTREMELY RARE VERSION  KNOWN AS PIM NIYOM WITH GENUINE PRECIOUS STONES TO FRONT AND REVERSE. YOU MAY NEVER GET ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE THIS PIM. WE ABSOL:UTELY GUARANTEE AUTHENTICITY FOR LIFE

A very beautiful example of this ultra rare  Somdej amulet known as Phra Somdej Taan Singh Neua Pong Praai Satdtamaat (Pim Niyom), blessed by Luang Phor Somjit Jitpanyo and Luang Phor Tim, Wat Lahanrai. Even the standard pim without gems is very rare indeed.

Most collectors know and refer to this pim as the Ghost Amulet

Luang Phor Somjit pressed these pims by himself on a Monday during a full moon an auspicious day for charm sciences and in particular to infuse these amulets with  ''Kwaam Kem'' which loosely translated means miraculous intensity and ''Maytdta Maha Niyom'' for charm and luck


 



It is thought that as little as only 800 pims were finally created, making this amulet very rare. These pims are seldom seen on the market and especially in the beautiful condition that this pim is offered.

After completion these amulets were initially given to Luang Phor Kong , Wat Wang Sapparot, Chantaburi province, for  a period of three months in which he continuously blessed these pims.

Shortly fater the amulets were taken to Wat Chaakmaak to be blessed at a special ceremony on the 23rd April, presided over by Luang Phor Hom. Many of the leading monks of the era attended that ceremony including monks such as

Luang Phor Toh, Wat Praduchimplee,
Luang Phor Kram, Wat Wang Waa,

Lunag Phor Ruay, Wat Ta reua
Luang Phor Chaem, Wat Donyaihom
Luang Phor Thong Yu, Wat mai Nongpaong
Luang Phor Kong, Wat Wang Sapparot
Luang Phor Jit, Wat Chaakmaak
Luang Phor Chuen, Wat Map Kaa Lae
Luang Phor Hom

The amulets were chanted until the following morning. At the conclusion of the ceremony Luang Phor Somjit gathered together all the pims and took them back to a the graveyard at Wat Chaakmaak, in Rayong province,  where he chanted incantations over the amulets one by one. to ensure that each and every pim was imbued with the highest power possible.

These amulet were said to appear constantly as if they have been soaked in oil. During the blessing at the graveyard, LP Sompit chose to use coffin lids to absorb some of the moisture and help dry out the pims.

As a result of this , according to Luang Phor Somjit  these pims were filled with a strange and mysterious power, described as ''Reang Pitsadaan''  He further said that he believed that spirits of the dead had joined him to bless these amulets.

 



In addition to that the pims were created from powders especially supplied by Luang Phor Tim, Wat Lahanrai such as Pong Plaai Guman and powders from ancient buddha images that were crumbling into dust. Luang Phor Tim blesed these powders for a period of 7 months before his death and is why the amulets are called ''Pong Praai'' Satdtamaat

 

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