Pra Pid Ta Pokasap Ruay Choke Rap Sap 4 x 4 Cm Jumbo Special Sacred Powder Amulet – ‘Chana Marn’ edition 2555 BE – Por Tan Kloi – 999 made

Pra Pid Ta Pokasap Ruay Choke

Pra Pid Ta Pokasap – Nuea Wan (Sacred Herbal Powders) ‘Run Chana Marn 2555 BE’ Por Tan Kloi – Wat Pu Khao Tong (Pattalung) – 999 amulets made – LP Kloi’s hair inserted into the base, chinese symbol and series code number. Made from the Finest Quality sacred powders of Extreme Rarity and Powerful Magical Properties. The amulet comes with red velvet box enclosure, as is fitting for a Masterpiece Amulet if this Calibre. The richness of the Muan Sarn (Sacred Powders) is noticeable at an eyeglance. The Pim is Classic, and made with the same love and care, and Purity of Sacred Powders, as can usually only be found in Ancient Masterpiece Amulets.

Pra Pid Ta Pokasap Ruay Choke

Read Documentation on the Complete Edition – Chana Marn 2555 BE – Por Tan Kloi

The Pid Ta Pokasap was released along with the ‘Taep Pra Rahu’ amulets, which fronted the series with a large catalog of Pra Rahu Amulets in a variation of Sacred Metals. Some Pra Kring, Chaiyawat, Hun Payont and Por Tan Kloi coins were also made for this Edition, which has been regarded as a Historic Event in the continuing Legend of the Southern Thai ‘Khao Or’ Magical Tradition.

Pra Pid Ta Pokasap Ruay Choke

The Pid Ta is made in Classic Nakorn Sri Tammarat style with a slight Sri Vichai influence, and has two large hands (‘Rap Sap’ – large hands to receive large gifts). Maha Lap (Lucky Fortune) and Maha Pokasap (Treasures and Possessions). The Pid Ta possesses Inherent Powers of Kong Grapan and Klaew Klaad, but in the case of this particular Exhibit, can be said to take the rear seat as far as prime objectives are concerned, to lend more focus to Pokasap and Maha Lap magic, for increasing Wealth and Prosperity, Material Possessions..

Pra Pid Ta Pokasap Ruay Choke

Chinese Code symbol and series code number are stamped on the base, which has hair from Luang Por Kloi inserted within it.

Origins of the Pra Pid Ta Amulet

How to Worship + Kata Chanting for Pra Pid Ta

Putta Pisek/Taewa Pisek (Blessing Ceremony)

Pra Pid Ta Pokasap Ruay Choke

The amulets were given two very Important Blessing and Empowerment Ceremonies (Puttapisek/Taewapisek), one in the North Eastern Region of the Isan Country, and the second Empowerment at the Temple of Wat Phu Khao Tong in Pattalung.

Pra Pid Ta Pokasap Ruay Choke

A host of Important Adept Masters of the Southern Khao Or Lineage of Sorcerors were present to empower the amulets, and a great deal of Adept Wicha was applied to the Preliminaries and the making of the amulets as far as Ancient Khao or Sorcery requires, using the thousand year old methods.

Some of Thailands Finest Adepts assisted in the proper Southern Method of Empowering Pra Pid Ta to attend and bless the other amulets. As to the Hun Payont Ghost Soldier Amulets, we need look no further than Por Tan Kloi himself as the current Master of Hun Payont making with his Khao Or Cave Magic.

Pra Pid Ta Pokasap Ruay Choke

The Empowerment of the other amulets goes without saying that, being Southern type Khao Or Wicha amulets in Nature, the Khao Or masters empowering them are simply the best choice of empowering this type of amulet. The Pra Pid ta sacred powder amulets are especially interesting for their quality and strong empowerment, and their long future as a classic amulet of ever increasing spiritual (and monetary) value.

Pra Pid Ta Pokasap Ruay Choke

Comes with Original Temple Box – Can be Encased if Wished

A Truly Luxurious Classic Buddhist Pid Ta, using Sacred Muan Sarn of the Highest Quality, with the Blessings and Empowerment of Great Khao Or Masters – An amulet that will last for centuries (if properly cared for) and will be a Sacred Heirloom for your children and Grandchildren to inherit and continue to revere and receive wealthy blessings.

Pra Pid Ta Pokasap Ruay Choke Rap Sap 4 x 4 Cm Jumbo Special Sacred Powder Amulet – ‘Chana Marn’ edition 2555 BE – Por Tan Kloi – 999 made
$89.99

Pra Pid Ta Bucha Statue 5.8 x 3.5 Inches – Nuea Samrit ‘Phiw Rom Dam Man Pu’ Gon Tong Tip ud Kring ‘Run Maha Lap Maha Sethee 2555 BE – Luang Phu Kambu – Wat Gut Chompoo

Pra Pid Ta Bronze

Luang Phu Kambu has released a special edition of Classic Pra Pid Ta amulets in various Sacred and Precious Metals. As the Flagship Model, this Bucha size Pid Ta is a First Class Piece of Fine Buddhist Sacred Art that will grace the Altar with its Majesty, and bestow Blessing upon those who Pray, and those within Your Household or Private Temple. The Pid Ta have a Kring Bead inserted inside them (Sacred Rattle), and are thus not only Pid Ta, but also ‘Pra Kring’ amulets. This example is made from ‘Nuea Nava Loha’ (Nine Sacred Metals smelted from Ancient Artifacts and Amulets).

Pra Pid Ta Bronze

Blessed on the 7th March 2555 BE, in Putta Pisek Ceremony at Wat Gut Chompoo. The Bucha Statue was made only in Nuea Samrit (Bronze), but the smaller Pid ta Loi Ongk amulets were made in various Sacred Metals;

Pra Pid Ta Bronze

Run Maha Lap Maha Sethee edition Amulets;

Bucha Statue

Bucha size Pra Pid Ta 3 Inches wide, 5.8 Inches high – 199 statues made with ‘Phiw Rom Dam Man Pu’ (black oily finish). The base of the statue has hair of Luang Phu Kambu, Puttakun Powder, and ancient ‘Mai Sim’ wood inside the statue.

Loi Onk Statuette amulets;

  • Pra Pid Ta Nuea Maekapat – 299 amulets made
  • Pra Pid Ta Nuea Lek Nam Pi Pasom tapu Sangkawanorn – 199 amulets made
  • Pra Pid Ta Nuea Pink Gold – 299 amulets made
  • Pra Pid Ta Nuea Ngern (solid silver) – 199 amulets made
  • Pra Pid Ta Nuea Nava Glab Dam – 999 amulets made
  • Pra Pid Ta Nuea Samrit Boran – 2999 amulets made
  • Gammagarn set with solid gold base – 80 sets made with the following Metals; Nuea Maekapat,

  • Nuea Pink Gold, Nuea Lek Nam Pi Pasom Sangkawanorn, Nuea Nava Glab Dam, and Nuea Samrit

Pra Pid Ta Bronze

The base of the Statue has some hair of Luang Phu Kambu, Puttakun Powder, and ancient ‘Mai Sim’ wood inside the statue. The base is sealed with a Sacred Brass Alloy plating, with Sacred Yantra inscription.

Pra Pid Ta Bronze

Size; 5.8 Inches High x 3.5 Inches wide base

199 Statues Made in Total

Only the Bucha statues have a Sacred Brass base covering. All the smaller Loi Ongk amulets of the series were issued with a solid silver base, except for the Gammagarn set which has solid gold base covering.

Pra Pid Ta Bronze

The Large Hands of the Buddha represent ‘Maha Lap’ and ‘Maha Pokasap’ (Wealth and Treasures), for the Large hands are able to collect large gifts and sums of money. This is thus not only Pra Pid Ta Maha Lap, but also Maha Pokasap and ‘Rap Sap’ (get treasures and windfalls). Pra Pid Ta also is a Powerful Kong Grapan, Klaew Klaad and Anti Black Magic Protection.

Always use the Maha Namasakara (Namo Tassa 3 Times) before making any Special Kata Incantations for Statue or Amulets

How to Chant Maha Namasakara (Namo Tassa) and The Refuge in the Triple Gem

Kata Aaratanaa Pra Krueang

Kata for dedicating Merit and Sending Metta

Kata and Worship Method for Pra Pid Ta

Origins of the Pra Pid Ta Amulet

Worship and Chants to Pra Sangkajjai Buddha (Plump Curly Hair Pid Ta)

Pra Pid Ta Bucha Statue 5.8 x 3.5 Inches – Nuea Samrit ‘Phiw Rom Dam Man Pu’ Gon Tong Tip ud Kring ‘Run Maha Lap Maha Sethee 2555 BE – Luang Phu Kambu – Wat Gut Chompoo
$168.00


Pra Pid Ta Pokasap Ruay Choke Rap Sap 4 x 4 Cm Jumbo Special Sacred Powder Amulet – ‘Chana Marn’ edition 2555 BE – Por Tan Kloi – 999 made

Pra Pid Ta Pokasap Ruay Choke Rap Sap

Pra Pid Ta Pokasap – Nuea Wan (Sacred Herbal Powders) ‘Run Chana Marn 2555 BE’ Por Tan Kloi – Wat Pu Khao Tong (Pattalung) – 999 amulets made – LP Kloi’s hair inserted into the base, chinese symbol and series code number. Made from the Finest Quality sacred powders of Extreme Rarity and Powerful Magical Properties. The amulet comes with red velvet box enclosure, as is fitting for a Masterpiece Amulet if this Calibre. The richness of the Muan Sarn (Sacred Powders) is noticeable at an eyeglance. The Pim is Classic, and made with the same love and care, and Purity of Sacred Powders, as can usually only be found in Ancient Masterpiece Amulets.

Pra Pid Ta Pokasap Ruay Choke Rap Sap

Read Documentation on the Complete Edition – Chana Marn 2555 BE – Por Tan Kloi

The Pid Ta Pokasap was released along with the ‘Taep Pra Rahu’ amulets, which fronted the series with a large catalog of Pra Rahu Amulets in a variation of Sacred Metals. Some Pra Kring, Chaiyawat, Hun Payont and Por Tan Kloi coins were also made for this Edition, which has been regarded as a Historic Event in the continuing Legend of the Southern Thai ‘Khao Or’ Magical Tradition.

Pra Pid Ta Pokasap Ruay Choke Rap Sap

The Pid Ta is made in Classic Nakorn Sri Tammarat style with a slight Sri Vichai influence, and has two large hands (‘Rap Sap’ – large hands to receive large gifts). Maha Lap (Lucky Fortune) and Maha Pokasap (Treasures and Possessions). The Pid Ta possesses Inherent Powers of Kong Grapan and Klaew Klaad, but in the case of this particular Exhibit, can be said to take the rear seat as far as prime objectives are concerned, to lend more focus to Pokasap and Maha Lap magic, for increasing Wealth and Prosperity, Material Possessions..

Pra Pid Ta Pokasap Ruay Choke Rap Sap

Chinese Code symbol and series code number are stamped on the base, which has hair from Luang Por Kloi inserted within it.

Origins of the Pra Pid Ta Amulet

How to Worship + Kata Chanting for Pra Pid Ta

Putta Pisek/Taewa Pisek (Blessing Ceremony)

Pra Pid Ta Pokasap Ruay Choke Rap Sap

The amulets were given two very Important Blessing and Empowerment Ceremonies (Puttapisek/Taewapisek), one in the North Eastern Region of the Isan Country, and the second Empowerment at the Temple of Wat Phu Khao Tong in Pattalung.

Pra Pid Ta Pokasap Ruay Choke Rap Sap

A host of Important Adept Masters of the Southern Khao Or Lineage of Sorcerors were present to empower the amulets, and a great deal of Adept Wicha was applied to the Preliminaries and the making of the amulets as far as Ancient Khao or Sorcery requires, using the thousand year old methods.

Some of Thailands Finest Adepts assisted in the proper Southern Method of Empowering Pra Pid Ta to attend and bless the other amulets. As to the Hun Payont Ghost Soldier Amulets, we need look no further than Por Tan Kloi himself as the current Master of Hun Payont making with his Khao Or Cave Magic.

Pra Pid Ta Pokasap Ruay Choke Rap Sap

The Empowerment of the other amulets goes without saying that, being Southern type Khao Or Wicha amulets in Nature, the Khao Or masters empowering them are simply the best choice of empowering this type of amulet. The Pra Pid ta sacred powder amulets are especially interesting for their quality and strong empowerment, and their long future as a classic amulet of ever increasing spiritual (and monetary) value.

Pra Pid Ta Pokasap Ruay Choke Rap Sap

Comes with Original Temple Box – Can be Encased if Wished

A Truly Luxurious Classic Buddhist Pid Ta, using Sacred Muan Sarn of the Highest Quality, with the Blessings and Empowerment of Great Khao Or Masters – An amulet that will last for centuries (if properly cared for) and will be a Sacred Heirloom for your children and Grandchildren to inherit and continue to revere and receive wealthy blessings.

Pra Pid Ta Pokasap Ruay Choke Rap Sap 4 x 4 Cm Jumbo Special Sacred Powder Amulet – ‘Chana Marn’ edition 2555 BE – Por Tan Kloi – 999 made
$89.99

pid ta amulet lp phern

Rare Pid Ta amulet with intricate Yantra embossed on it released and empowered on the Sao Haa auspicious astrological date in 2536 BE. Empowered by Luang Por Phern himself. Nuea Maekapat. Pra Pid Ta Kong Grapan Maha Lap amulet is ideal for protection and also increase luck and riches.

pid ta lp phern wat bang pra 2536 BE




Miniature Metal Pid Ta medallion made by Samnak Khao Or, with Khun Pantaraks himself presiding over the ceremony in what was perhaps the last ever real creation of amulets that were really invoked with the emanation of the Jatukam Ramathep Bodhisattva Deity.

Rian Pra Pid Ta Pang Pagan Run Mongkol Jakrawan Puttakom Khao Or is 1.8 cm x 2 cm in dimensions. It is a classic and beautiful piece of Southern Thai Buddhist Sacred magical Art. Pra Rahu Deity is included in the design, and the signature of Khun Pantaraks Rachadej is embossed on the lower part as proof of authenticity. Many cases of Miracles have been recorded of those who owned and wore this amulet, making it a very sought after and almost impossible to get hold of sacred item, due to its tried and tested history of miracle events and occurrences. It is constantly raising in value and thus is destined to become one of the ‘unaffordable’ amulets of Thai amulet collection.

In the year 2545 BE, there was the occasion where Por Tan Glan and Police Seargant Khun Pantaraks Rachadej joined forces to create the famous ‘Pra Pid Ta Mongkol Jakrawal Puttaakom Khao Or’ edition of amulets, with the same purpose and intention of the previous occasion, as well as to celebrate the 88th anniversary of Por Tan Glan.

The Puttapisek Blessing and empowerment ceremony as well as the making method was completely faithful to the correct alignments and methods necessary for the making of true authentic empowered Jatukam Ramathep amulets.

In addition, as far as sacred Buddhist Art is concerend, the amulets were all of incredibly refined beauty.
The Muan Sarn ingredients used were of immense sacredness and powerful magical potency.

Puttapisek/TaewapisekEmpowerment Ceremony;
First Ceremony – the Piti Te Tong (gold pouring ceremony), was made according to the ancient traditional methods of world famous samnak Khao Or lineage. Por Tan Glan and Seargant Khun Pantaraks Rachadej, Ajarn Chanttip Pantaraks Rachadej, Ajarn Prajuab Kong Hluea and many other extremely famous and able Gaeji Ajarns of the Khao Or tradition (8 masters to be precise) were present for the ceremony.

During the ceremony, there was a miraculous occurrence which those present witnessed; Just before the ceremony, a massive rainstorm fell from the early morning onwards, right up until the moment of the commencement of the Te Tong ceremony, and in the moment of commencement the rain storm thunder and lightning suddenly stopped as if someone had switched off a light. During all of the various empowerments of the different kinds of amulet, ranging from the Pim Pra Pong Mongkol Jakrawal Suriyan-Jantra, Khun Phaen Normo and the See Pheun Mongkol Jakrawal, the sky was silent and not a drop of rain fell. As soon as the final empowerment closed, the rain fell like a wall of water again and the thunder and lightning roared loudly as before.
In this ceremony, Khun Pantaraks rachadej was the presiding master of ceremonies and used the Wicha reuks Maha Mongkol Aek -a – U

Second Empowerrment ceremony;
The second Empowerment was held in the Vihara shreine room of Wat Pratat in nakorn Sri Tammarat, with Khun Pantaraks rachadej as the presiding master of ceremonies on thursday (exact date unresearchable) May 2545 at 19:09.
Khun Pantaraks and Ajarn Prajuab were the creators of the amulets.

Third Empowerment Ceremony;

The third empowerment was held as a Piti Puttapisek inside the Chadtratant of Samnak Khao Or, and the date was set by Khun pantaraks rachadej as ‘Wan Saor 11th May 2545 at 19:09 hours. Many Gaeji Ajarns of Khao Or chanted the Puttapisek (Buddha Abhiseka), along with Seargant Khun Pantaraks Rachadej, Ajarn Chanttip Pantaraks Rachadej, and Ajarn Prajuab Kong Hluea helping to empower with their Kata and meditations.

Puttapisek Pid Ta Jatukam amulets Khun Phantaraks



In the year 2545 BE, there was the occasion where Por Tan Glan and Police Seargant Khun Pantaraks Rachadej joined forces to create the famous ‘Pra Pid Ta Mongkol Jakrawal Puttaakom Khao Or’ edition of amulets, with the same purpose and intention of the previous occasion, as well as to celebrate the 88th anniversary of Por Tan Glan.


The Blessing and empowerment ceremony as well as the making method was completely faithful to the correct alignments and methods necessary for the making of true authentic empowered Jatukam Ramathep amulets.

In addition, as far as sacred Buddhist Art is concerned, the amulets were all of incredibly refined beauty.
The Muan Sarn ingredients used were of immense sacredness and powerful magical potency.

Empowerment Ceremony;
First Ceremony – the Piti Te Tong (gold pouring ceremony), was made according to the ancient traditional methods of world famous Samnak Khao Or lineage. Por Tan Glan and Seargant Khun Pantaraks Rachadej, Ajarn Chanttip Pantaraks Rachadej, Ajarn Prajuab Kong Hluea and many other extremely famous and able Gaeji Ajarns of the Khao Or tradition (8 masters to be precise) were present for the ceremony.

During the ceremony, there was a miraculous occurrence which those present witnessed; Just before the ceremony, a massive rainstorm fell from the early morning onwards, right up until the moment of the commencement of the Te Tong ceremony, and in the moment of commencement the rain storm thunder and lightning suddenly stopped as if someone had switched off a light. During all of the various empowerments of the different kinds of amulet, ranging from the Pim Pra Pong Mongkol Jakrawal Suriyan-Jantra, Khun Phaen Normo and the ‘See Pheung’ Mongkol Jakrawal, the sky was silent and not a drop of rain fell. As soon as the final empowerment closed, the rain fell like a wall of water again and the thunder and lightning roared loudly as before.

In this ceremony, Khun Pantaraks rachadej was the presiding master of ceremonies and used the Wicha reuks Maha Mongkol Aek -a – U

Second Empowerment ceremony;
The second Empowerment was held in the Vihara shreine room of Wat Pratat in nakorn Sri Tammarat, with Khun Pantaraks rachadej as the presiding master of ceremonies on thursday (exact date unresearchable) May 2545 at 19:09.
Khun Pantaraks and Ajarn Prajuab were the creators of the amulets.

Third Empowerment Ceremony;
The third empowerment was held as a Piti Puttapisek inside the Chadtratant of Samnak Khao Or, and the date was set by Khun Pantaraks Rachadej as ‘Wan Saor 11th May 2545 at 19:09 hours. Many Gaeji Ajarns of Khao Or chanted the Puttapisek (Buddha Abhiseka), along with Seargant Khun Pantaraks Rachadej, Ajarn Chanttip Pantaraks Rachadej, and Ajarn Prajuab Kong Hluea helping to empower with their Kata and meditations.

Rian Pra Pid Ta Pang Pagan Run Mongkol jakrawan Puttakom Khao or is 1.8 cm x 2 cm in dimensions. It is a classic and beautiful piece of Southern Thai Buddhist Sacred magical Art. Pra Rahu Deity is included in the design, and the signature of Khun Pantaraks Rachadej is embossed on the lower part as proof of authenticity. Many cases of Miracles have been recorded of those who owned and wore this amulet, making it a very sought after and almost impossible to get hold of sacred item, due to its tried and tested history of miracle events and occurrences. It is constantly raising in value and thus is destined to become one of the ‘unaffordable’ amulets of Thai amulet collection.

Puttapisek Pid Ta Jatukam amulets Khun Phantaraks