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Takrut Solos Mongkol
Takrut Solos Mongkol
Amulet Ref : BA3718
Monk : Luang Phor Thongsuk
Size : 10 cm
Status : SOLD
Temple : Wat Sapansoong
Year : BE 2515
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The Solosmongkol Takrut amulets originated several hundred years ago during Ayudhaya period, when they were originally made of either metal or stone plates.

Because of their sacred power the ancient people had attached them to the gates of Wat Narpramenrachikaram, Ayudhaya Province.


Until the Rhatanakosin period, many senior monks had preserved the ancient sacred sciences to create these amulets, the most powerful of which were created by Luang Poo Iam of Wat Sapansoong


 



An important note is that Luang Poo Iam’s Solosmongkol Takrut amulets are priced around 100,000 baht/each, (2,000-3,000 USD) and those of Luang Phor Glin priced around 20,000-30,000 baht/each. (750 USD) Don't be fooled by various websites and auctions that offer amulets from these monks at ridiculous prices, they are all fake.

Amulets created by Luang Phor Thongsuk however are far more reasonably priced and highly collectible.  A great demand exists for his amulets, but prices are increasing.  The power of his amulets is widely accepted as being equal to those of Luang Phor Iam.

 



Solosmongkol Takrud amulets of Luang Phor Thongsook are 3.5 -5.5-inch long and both sides of the metal plates are engraved with sacred katha, one side with “Yant Maha Solosmongkol” and the other with “Trisaranakom”.


More over Yant Maha Solosmongkol is also surrounded with another sacred Yant (spell) called “Phra katha Barami 30 Tus” to further increase efficacy.

 


 

 Sacred Power


All of Luang Phor Thongsook’s amulets are highly respected for the sacred power that will help worshippers in many ways including;

1. Protect all worshippers from danger, accidents, and black-magic
2. Increase worshippers’ charm.

3. Protect worshippers from weapons, particularly bullets.
4. Help worshippers become more successful in businesses. 
 

 

EXPERT INFORMATION

The information detailed below really is highly specialised and you are unlikely to find this on any other website, including Thai websites.  Generally this sacred yant would be engraved only onto takruts made from gold, silver, bronze or lead. These takruts are respected for the power to protect from danger, disaster such as fire, whilst at the same time call upon fortune.

This yant is one of the most powerful, made very famous by Luang Phor Iam, Luang Phor Glin and Luang Phor Thongsook. Yant Mahasolosmongkol is actually comprised of three separate yants, namely; Solos, Tri Nisinghe and Jaturo.

 


The process to create this yant is very complicated and monks would engrave ancient Thai numerals to represent each part of sacred spell.

 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
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Solos, as seen in the image above  is made up of the 16 outermost rectangles, each with a Thai numeral representing a particular spell.
 

  16 represents the sacred spell “Na Lokutara Dharma Tar”
  9 represents the sacred spell “Jataro Jamah Tipa”
  4 represents the sacred spell “Punja Buddha Mahamuni”
  3 represents the sacred spell “Cha Kama Wajaratatha”
  6 represents the sacred spell “Punja Tussa Pa Way Sujjung”
  15 represents the sacred spell “Ta Sa Mungsila May Wa Ja”
  10 represents the sacred spell “Tay Rasa Tutung Ta Ja”
  13 represents the sacred spell “Patiha Runja Tawa Tasa”
  12 represents the sacred spell “Ay Ka May Ru Ja”
  1 represents the sacred spell  “Su Ra Atta”
  8 represents the sacred spell “Ta Way Jung Tung Suri Yung Sukka”
  2 represents the sacred spell  “Sata Pochung Kha Jay Wa”
  7 represents the sacred spell “Ju Tussa Jakawad Tija”
  14 represents the sacred spell  “Ay Ka Tussa Wisanu Racha ”
  11 represents the sacred spell  “Sa Pay Tawamung Pla Yuntu Sapatar Ay Tay Na Mungkala Tay Chay Na Spa Sotipa Wuntu May Prakathasolos”
  5 represents the sacred spell “Tri Pitok Dharmuk Kunta”


Tri Nisinghe, as seen in the image above is made up by the inner 12  rectangles, each engraved with a Thai numeral representing a certain spell.

  3 represents the sacred spell “Ma A U Sata Na Kay Sata Wipipasa U”
  7 represents the sacred spell “Punja Pay Racha Chaloo Kun Jay Wa A Pa Ma Jupa”
  5 represents the sacred spell “Jatu Deva Na Ma Pa Ta”
  4 represents the sacred spell “Cha Wacha Racha Isawasu Susawa I”
  6 represents the sacred spell “Punja Intra Na May Waja Tikasung Angku”
  5 represents the sacred spell  “Ay Ka Yukka Mi”
  1 represents the sacred spell  “Nava Deva A Sung Wisulo Pu Sa Pu Pa”
  5 represents the sacred spell “Ta Way Racha Buddho”
  2 represents the sacred spell  “Ata Arahunta Say Pu Say Wa Say Ta A Say”
  8 represents the sacred spell “Punja Buddha Namamihung Namo Buddha Ya”
  9 represents the sacred spell “Punja Promma Saha Bodi Satacha Tatri”


Jaturo, is represented by the 9  innermost rectangles:

  4 represents the sacred spell “Ja Tu Ro”
9 represents the sacred spell “Na Ma Mo”
  2 represents the sacred spell  “Ta Way Cho”
  3 represents the sacred spell  “Tri Ni”
  5 represents the sacred spell “Punja”
  7 represents the sacred spell “Satta”
  8 represents the sacred spell “Atta”
  1 represents the sacred spell  “Ay Ka”
  6 represents the sacred spell “Cha Wacha Racha”

 

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