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1.  Pra Somdej Wat Prakaew (Article)
  Phra Bat Somdet Phra Poramenthramaha Mongkut Phra Chom Klao Chao Yu Hua or Rama IV, (King Mongkut) was the fourth monarch of Siam, and one of the most revered. He passed away on the 1st October BE 2411 (1868) . Upon his death Prince Chulongkorn
2.  LP Daeng BE 2513 (Part 1) -The Definitive Guide.  (Article)
  Often when I have been asked about LP Daeng amulets I am quoted text from a number of online articles by supposed experts in this subject. It would be my recommendation that you forget all that you have read on line about these amulets, as most of
3.  LP Daeng BE 2513 (Part 2) -A Practical Guide.  (Article)
  Luang Phor Daeng BE 2513 (Part 2) - A Practical Guide.
4.  Wat Arun - Pim Song Kaiser (Article)
  Wat Arun - Pim Song Kaiser
5.  Pra-Pitda Luang Phor Iam - Kru Mai, Wat Sapansoong. (Article)
  These spectacular Pra Pitda amulets were only discovered as recently as BE 2534 within a secret cell or kru at Wat Sapansoong.
6.  Luang Phor Thuad BE 2506 (Article)
  I am often asked to recommend good amulets, and the Luang Phor Thuad pim is one such example. I think it is fairly common knowledge that LP Tim, Wat Changhai blessed what is generally considered the best LP Thuad pim in BE 2497.
7.  LP Thuad BE 2497 (Article)
  LP Tim blessed the first LP Thuad amulet at Wat Changhai in BE 2497, these amulets now sell for well over a million Baht each But I will let you into a little known secret, not commonly known even amongst some professional amulet collectors.
8.  Jao khun Nor BE 2513 (Wat Wiwek Vanaram)  (Article)
  Jao Khun Nor blessed many series of amulets and sometimes it can be difficult to know the difference between the various batches. The first batch we will examine are those known as the BE 2513 Wat Wivek Vanaram series, as this encompasses some of
9.  Maechee Bunreuan - A Sacred Nun (Article)
  Amulets blessed by Maechee Bunreuan are currently the most highly sought after pims in Thailand
10.  Magic, Alchemy and Guman Thong (PART 1) (Article)
  Guman Thong have been widely known and respected within Thailand for centuries. The Thais believe that Guman Thong can bring wealth and fortune, protect from danger and guard commercial premises and rice fields.
11.  Khun Paen LP Aan (Article)
  Luang Phor Aant (or Luang Por Un), the former abbot of Wat Prayatikaram, Ayudhaya Province, was without doubt the most distinguished devotee of Luang Phor Glaan, the sacred abbot of the temple, famous for his sacred sciences and amulets.
12.  LP Tim / LP Taap Phra Somdej & Phra Khun Paen (Article)
  Because of their close friendship Luang Phor Tim helped bless a number of amulets created by Luang Phor Taap, the Somdej known as Phra Somdej Ok Rong Pim Yai Neua Pong Bailarn Pasom See Peung Kieow, and the Khun paen are bty far tye most popular, bo
13.  Luang Phor Doem - Mitmor (Article)
  Luang Phor Doem (B.E.2403-2494/ AD 1860 -1951), Wat Nong Pho temple, Nakorn Sawan province, was one of the greatest guru monks of Thailand.
14.  Phra Kru - Wat Chanasongkram (Article)
  Tiger General - Right Hand Man to Two Kings Jao Phraya Surasse. Phra Kru - Wat Chanasongkram
15.  Phra Leela 25 Sattawas  (Article)
  An amulet often used as an excellent substitute for the Phra Thung Seti pims from Kamphengpet province in a modern benjapakee collection. Original pims from Kamphengpet will cost a small fortune. This Phra Leela amulet blessed at Wat Suthat in B
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