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The Chang Mak of Luang Pu Moun - A Buddhist Relic

This is considered to be a sought after amulet by the disciples of this monk and the older generation who knew, respected and had faith in Luang Pu Moun. He was known for his equanimity, his happiness, and his willingness to help people. The blessings he gave alwyas came true and oddly, because of this, everyone was terrified of saying anything bad about him because he controlled magic with his voice.

The reason this type of amulet are sought after is that when above a certain level of meditation, the saliva becomes magic, and chewing herbs like this is the way it is passed on. In Daoism it is called 'Jade Water', but I am still trying to find out the name for the Saliva itself here. For some reason, all these came with an X-Ray of the piece, which I will include with the amulet.
The main Muan Sarn is the ground chewed betel nut from the mouth of Luang Pu, which was then mixed with a collection of Muan Sarn, as well as many Phittakhun powders from the writing of magic. These were mixed and rolled into a ball while reciting kata and then gold leaf was added to the front. This item is rare because few were made, and the quality of them is exceptional. Unusually, they also have a takrut within for activation, some of which can be seen and some not.

Good for business, trading, good luck and fortune as well as Metta, lots and lots of Metta. With being from a high monk it also protects the bearer from all forms of harm, and is good for avoiding dangers.

Those who own this chewed betel said that they receive the power of Metta Maha Saneah, and it is good for negotiations, a retail business and attracting customers. It is also believed to have Klaew Klaat to protect from danger, evil spirits bad magic and curses. It brings universal attributes, and when holding it, it is easy to feel that that is the case. I felt this in my hand because it was boughts uncased, and the mystery to this was palpable.

They all measure around 1.35" in fine silver cases and needs the Namo Dtassa kata.

Keep this item one level below the Buddha on a deity shrine.

Chang Maak is rare, and I only have one.

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The Chang Maak of Luang Pu Moun - A Buddhist Relic

  • This is an amulet type that is now rarely produced as there are now few monks of legend (maybe with the exception of Kruba Boonchum).  The bodies of these high magicians hold great potency. This applies not just to their relics of bone of Phra Thaat, but also products from them while they were alive. The hair of these monks was generally stored away (which is called Gae Saa), their tears were sometimes collected if their eyes watered, as these are considered to be the tears of an angel, and they also used their saliva.

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