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Phra Khun Paen - LP Tim
Phra Khun Paen - LP Tim
Amulet Ref : BA3343
Monk : Luang Phor Tim (Lahanrai)
Status : SOLD
Temple : Wat Lahanrai
Year : BE 2514
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Introduction

How often have I heard collectors wish they could afford to buy a genuine Luang Phor Tim Khun Paen amulet. In short anyone can afford to do so as Luang Phor Tim blessed a number of different Khun Paen amulets through out his life, which today range in price from a few hundred dollars to many thousands.

This particular pim, despite being quite rare, is the least expensive priced well within almost any collectors budget. M
ore importantly this is a mainstream amulet with a very well documented provenance. In fact add 25.00 USD to the order and we will supply you with a fully illustrated book

This Khun Paen was blessed by Luang Phor Tim in BE 2514/5 at Wat Pailom, Rayong a short distance from Wat Lahanrai. Supplied with a full independent Certificate of Authenticity.


 


Sacred Materials

Many hundreds of different sacred components make up these amulets including amongst others.

108 Herbs and Sedges for Kongkrapan (invulnerabilty) and Metta (Attractiveness)
108 kinds of pollen
Sacred water from 108 temples
Sacred powder from Luang Phor Wong, Wat Barnkai
Sacred Powder and sacred green wax from Luang Phor Tarb, Wat Krabok
Sacred Powder from Luang Phor Peng, Wat Lahanrai
Sacred Powder from Luang Phor Nak, Wat Rakhang
Soil from 9 sacred locations throughout the kingdom, and from various temple cells.Soil from nine sacred locations throughout the kingdom, and from various temple cells
Kesorn
Black rice
Trinisighe powder
Ittije powder
Patamung powder
Maharaj powder
Elephant bone
Lichens and Moss collected from temple pagodas
Sea Coral
Black rice
Powders ground from numerous ancient votive tablets and amulets , including those collected from Kampaengphet, Ayuthya, Sukothai, Suphanburi, Lop-Buri , Pichit etc.
25 Buddha Sattawas amulet powder
Pathom Ackara powder
Traisaranakhom powder

     
All the sacred materials were  mixed together at the "Buang suang" ceremony held on Saturday 22nd March  B.E.2512 at 09.09 AM, this being a very auspicious day.

Amulets were then hand pressed into moulds.  It was said that some of the amulets were very attractive whereas others were not, but they were all considered sacred




 
 Pims


The amulets created were divided into nine different Pims:
 

  Phra Somdej Prok Pho Pim Yai
  Phra Somdej Tarn Pim Paa Tip
  Phra Somdej Jumbo (Pra Pratarn )
  Pra Somdej Prok Pho Lek
  Pra Somkor
  Phra Sankajai
  Phra Somdej Nangphya Katoh
  Rian Gong Jak amulets or sacred coins, featuring Somdej Prok Pho to the front.
  Phra Luk Om

 

 

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