Pha Yant Phu Ruesi Jao Saming Prai Rare 2550 Wai Kroo – Luang Phu Ka Long

Pha Yant Por Phu Ruesi Jao Saming Prai Rare 2550 Wai Kroo edition – Luang Phu Ka Long – Wat Khao Laem

This sacred Pha-Yant of Por Phu Ruesi Jao Saming Prai, is from the 2550 Wai Kroo Ceremony of LP Ka Long at Wat Khao Laem.

Luang Phu Ka Long Pha Yant Ruesi

This edition is the year which brought so many stories of powerful amulets helping devotees, and that such beautiful Buddhist art was applied to the production of his amulets, Pha Yan and other magic charms, that the whole edition was snapped up by devotees and collectors in no time. The 2550 edition Pha yant have become an essential rarity for collectors and devotees of Luang Phu Ka Longs amulets.

pha yant phu ruesi saming prai lp ka long

Luang Phu met this Deity in his Kuti a he meditated and this began a relationship between Luang Phu Ka Long and Por Phu Ruesi Jao Saming Prai that forged the trajectory of what is one of todays most popular Wicha holders and famous Guru Monks, whose amulets are made with both ancient Wicha as well as finely crafted artistic interpretation. Namely, Luang Phu Ka Long, (Khiaw Gaew).

The Ruesi Por Phu Jao Saming Prai is seated on a rock with a leaping tiger below him. This Yant has the qualities of Serm Duang, Kong Grapan, Choke Lap, Klaew Klaad and Metta Mahaniyom. The Baramee of the Ruesi Devas who practiced austerities to attain their great merits will have an improving effect on everything from business to household and family affairs.

Luang Phu Ka Long also has something essential in common with the Hanuman Deity, which is something rather strange; It is told in the Ramayana, that Hanuman had a crystal Fanged tooth in the middle of the roof of his mouth. Luang Phu also had a crystallized lump in the middle of the roof of his mouth, which he used to put his finger on and use to bless and empower amulets and other for ms of magical items such as this Pha Yant Hanuman.

The crystal tooth (called “Khiaw Gaew” in Thai, which is the reason why LP Ka Longs nickname is ‘Khiaw Gaew’), is rather similar to the phenomenon of the Indian Yogi who stayed in a laboratory for ten days and nights without sleeping or eating or drinking water and was completely healthy. That Yogi also has a crystal tooth and even looks like Hanuman, with a white beard and hair.

Luang Phus powerful amulets have been the source of what has been perhaps one of Modern Amulet History’s most popular and widespread followings. Both the magical ability and purity of practice of LP Ka Longs personal trajectory, and the praises and comments about his latent power which many great Masters have made about this inimitable and somehow despite his fame, elusive monk, are complimented with amazing and finely crafted Buddhist works of Art which have been made by LP Ka Longs most artistically educated followers for him to bless and empower with his amazing Wicha.