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Luk Om Pong Prai Guman LP Tim BE 2517
Luk Om Pong Prai Guman LP Tim BE 2517
Amulet Ref : BA3796
Monk : Luang Phor Tim (Lahanrai)
Status : SOLD
Temple : Wat Lahanrai
Year : BE 2517
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Luk Om Pong Prai Guman LP Tim BE 2517

Luk Om Pong Prai Guman BE 2517, Wat Lahanrai

(Offered at a very special Price, includes 24K solid gold case)


An absolutely genuine Luang LP Tim Luk Om Pong Prai Guman, blessed at Wat Lahnarai in BE 2517. Beautiful condition and supplied with 24K Gold case.

The Pong Prai Guman or "ghost foetus powder" was used by Luang Pu Tim to make both Pra Khun Paen and Luk Om amulets. The Luk Om is a superb choice and indeed many collectors say better than the Khun Paen pim as it is almost pure powder.

 

 
 


Luang Phor Tim blessed many different batches of Luk Om amulets, some at Wat Lahnarai but many more at other temples. The price difference between those blessed at Wat Lahnarai and those blessed at other temples can be quite significant. This particular Luk Om was blessed at Wat Lahanrai in BE 2517 and is supplief with a 24K Gold case.
 



Katha

Namo Tassa Pakavato Arahato Summa Sum Buddassa
Namo Tssa Pakavato Arahato Summa Sum Buddassa
Namo Tassa Pakavato Arahato Summa Sum Buddassa

Pra Buddhung Aratananung
Pra Dharmung Aratananung
Pra Sungkung Aratananung

Pra Buddhung Kana Katami
Pra Dharmung Kana Katami
Pra Sungkung Kana Katami

Pra Buddhung Aratananung
Ana Paveha Gu Lay Maso
Somalay Krung Ga Ra Nung

Pra Dharmung Aratananung
Ana Paveha Gu Lay Maso
Somalay Krung Ga Ra Nung

Pra Sungkung Aratananung
Ana Paveha Gu Lay Maso
Somalay Krung Ga Ra Nung

Na Cha Li Ti
Na Cha Li Ti
Na Cha Li Ti

Ma A U
Ma A U
Ma A U

Arahung Summa Sum Buddho
Na Cha Li Ti Anutta
A Gu Sla Namo Buddha Ya

 

Further Information:

The ‘ghost foetus powder’ or Pong Praai that Luang Pu Thim had used in making Luk Om was discussed in the book ‘History of Honours and Buddhist Amulets of Luang Pu Thim Issariko (Pra Khru Paowana Pirat of Wat Lahanrai, Rayong):

‘Mr Sai Kaewsawang, residing at Tambon Lahanrai, Amphoe Ban Khai, Rayong, is related in that, besides being a warden of Wat Lahanrai, he also is Luang Pu Thim’s grandson. Mr Sai said that one day Luang Pu had called upon him and other two to three disciples and asked whether they had ever come across a corpse of a pregnant woman.


Based on ancient texts, it had to be a corpse of the woman who died on Saturday and whose cremation ceremony was set on Tuesday. The foetus’ cremated skull had to be removed to make the ghost foetus powder. 

Mr Sai Kaewsawang searched and found that such a cremation was to take place at Wat Lahanrai’s graveyard. Mr Sai said that he had had to go to the graveyard by himself, performing a ceremony to force down spirits at the base of the funeral pyre whilst removing the foetus skull. 

He was advised that after the removal he was to never look back until out of the graveyard area. After removing the foetus skull, he gave it to Luang Pu Thim so that he could recite spells for 7 nights to force down spirits 

The skull was then handed to Mr Sai to pound into powder. Mr Sai recounted that he had purchased a large stone mortar for this purpose and that whilst pounding fire flared up from the mortar, a shock to both himself and the other disciples He went on to say that he had no fear being an adept at magic.

He continued to pound the mortar and after a further three strikes the mortar itself broke in two. Again allk present were shocked and sought Luang Phor Tim for help and advice.

He immediately ordered that joss sticks be lighted and prayers be offered asking the foetus for forgiveness before continuing.

Mr Sai and company followed the order and the skull was pounded into powder without further event. When completed, Luang Phor Tim brought numerous other sacred powders including Itthi Pathamang powder, Prawai powder, wishing crystal powder, powder from 108 hems and many others, to combine with the skull powder.’

This ghost foetus powder was used by Luang Pu Tim to make both Pra Khun Paen and Luk Om. 


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