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Phra Somdej 7 Chan Pee Tee Indochine
Phra Somdej 7 Chan Pee Tee Indochine
Amulet Ref : BA347
Monk : Luang Phor Suphot
Status : AVAILABLE
Temple : Wat Suthat
Year : BE 2484
Price : $ 105.00
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Phra Somdej 7 Chan Pee Tee Indochine Phra Somdej 7 Chan Pee Tee Indochine

These amulets blessed at Wat Suthat by Luang Phor Suphot are highly collectible and especially when they are in mint condition such as this pim.

Luang Phor Suphot, officially called “Prakru Buddhamontvaracharn”, learnt many sacred sciences which enabled him to create particularly efficacious amulets.One of the most secret sciences was learnt  from old book of Pra Kru Lamoon, one of the temple’s most famous senior monks.

You certainly will not likely to find much nicer that this stunning example. Luang Phor Suphot, a senior monk of Wat Suthat, Bangkok, created this special series of Phra Somdej amulets in BE 2484 and is known as “Phra Somdej Indochine”.

These amulets are actually comprised mostly of powders created according to the ancient manuscript of Phra Kru Lamoon, sacred powders from Wat Rakhang as Luang Phor Suphot was a close friend of Luang Phor Nak and Luang Phor Hin, both themselves experienced in making sacred amulets. It is recorded that Luang Phor Nak donated broken Wat Rakhang amulets in large numbers.

All of Luang Phor Supot amulets were blessed at a historical ceremony chaired by Somdej Pra Sangkarach Pae, the former Supreme Patriarch. This ceremony is believed to be the biggest in Thai history

The sacred ceremony was called “Indochinese ceremony” because it was held when the Indochinese War broke out and many of these amulets were given to soldiers, police and other officials who were heading to the front line.

Luang Phor Supot participated in several other  important ceremonies, including the ceremony to create sacred amulets to celebrate the 25th century of Buddhism, the sacred ceremony to transfer sacred power into Wat Prasart B.E.2506 amulets, ceremony to transfer sacred power into Cholburi Province’s main Buddha Image in B.E.2509, etc.

These amulets are know to be very powerful, in fact in  many Thai amulet magazines describe these pims as ''dee yiam'' or outstanding, and many accounts exists from that period of war to testify to that claim.




 

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