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Pim Salika Koo Bplot Nee BE 2547
Pim Salika Koo Bplot  Nee BE 2547
Amulet Ref : BA2781
Monk : Kruba Kritsana
Status : SOLD
Temple : Wat Pa Mahawan
Year : BE 2547
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The correct name of this particular butterfly pim, is Thep Salika Koo Bplot  Nee - Fang Ploi Pong Wiset aqd was blessed by Kruba Kritsana at Wat Pamahawan, Korat, in BE 2547. A great amulet for Metta Mahasanae.

The majority of this batch did not feature either the gems and gesah to the front, or indeed the silver takrut to the reverse, they were simply plain or crudely painted. All these pims are uncommon, but this particular variant is quite rare.

 

 



Kruba Kritsana Intowanno is a reverend monk in northern Thailand. He was born on the 1st of August 1954. He inherits the family skills in healing since young and the family have provided free medical treatment and hence earned respect by many.


He spent 10 years studying holy texts, wiccha boran and practiced meditation in the forests north of Thailand. He is the present abbot of Wat Pa MaHaWan. Kruba Kritsana was ordained into monkhood on 27th october BE2522 at age 25 years old. With the support and request of the locals in Nakon Rachasima Kruba Kritsanan started a small shirne which is now the current temple grounds and raised funds by making his 1st batch of amulets using earth near the well of the temple compound.

It was said that one day a butterfly flew passed while Kruba Krissana was meditating, and he got his inspiration from there on for bufferfly styled amulets. Many held the belief from the source that Thep Jam leng or King of Butterfly amulets are actually devas that communicated wiccha to Kruba Kritsana during meditation from the Hindu Trinity – Lord Shiva (The Divine Destroyer). In the early beginning, his butterfly amulets were not easily accepted by the masses as this was a new image amongst Thailand’s amulet making history.


After some time, many devotees gave positive feedback on the spiritual power of the amulets in increasing luck and hence become popular in Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and overseas. It is a common practice for Kruba Krissana to use not only the holy soil from the temple, but also 108 sacred herbs and donated gem stones in the making of his amulets. This is said to increase metta power of the amulets, enabling better human relationship, widening network circles, business opportunities, and wealth.

 



The legend of The Butterfly Deva, or King of Butterfly, better known as Thep Jam Leng, was said to be originate six hundred years ago in the spiritual realms of Cambodia. It was brought forth by white robed spiritual masters meditating in the forest. On the contrary to the new image, experts said that butterfly styled image amulets did once appeared back in BE 2482 year and hence disappeared until recent years. This is because the wicca / ritual spells to invite the Butterfly deva or Thep Jam Lang was kept and known only by limited spiritual monks.

Most of Kruba Kritsana’s creations are either based on Thep Jam Leng (Buffterfly) or Salika bird - a bird which have good skill of talking. Thailand has a classic parable that compares a sweet talking person as having "Salika golden tongue". Kruba Krissana’s Salika amulets have many similar effects as the butterfly styled ones. The Salika Bird amulets are widely known to increase luck in business and human relationship with people.

 

 

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