Luang Phor Tim is one of the most famous magicians in Thailand's history and his amulets from the mid 1970's now fetch huge amounts of money, especially his Khun Paen. What made this so special was the combination of the optimally supernatural bone powder from a dead child and his own magical abilities as he was remarkably talented. This Pong Prai Kuman was made in large quantites from more than one body and some of the original powder has been used to make this amulet to Luang Phor Tim in support of Wat Mor Mui, a temple near that of LP Tim's.
The amulet consists of both Pong Prai Kuman, some of LP Tim's ashes for which permission was sought from the spirit of LP Tim by the monks who assenbled this piece and the Pong (powder) from many crushed old amulets from famous makers. This fine mixture was then pressed to show the raised face of Luang Phor and scripture at the back with inserted chips of ruby and a copper Takrut. The feeling of this piece is superb and it has life.
Measures 2" in its fine silver case and will be sent with the original temple box.
For great fortune, attraction, popularity and protection from all harm.
I am keeping one of these for myself as it is a rare example of a monk amulet made with prai but it is best placed on the level of a monk on the altar, unless the altar complains...
A Silver Cased Amulet to Luang Phor Tim using his Prai Kuman Powder
Luang Phor Tim is a legend in Thailand for producing one of the most sought after and powerful items ever made here, his Khun Paen Prai Kuman from the early 1970's. He also produced many other amulets from exceptional materials such as human meat and bone powder and are astonishing amulets (I have held a few). His original Prai Kuman powder is now being used in an amulet to LP Tim and in a new issue of a Khun Paen from his original temple.