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The Luk Om Pong Pow Kraduk Phi by Luang Pu Pring, Wat Bang Phrakok, Bangkok

This is the second and last black version.

The history of LP Pring is of one of the shining lights in the teaching and passing on of the Wichai of the Luk Om. Luang Phor Pring became famous for his Luk Om’s during WW2, which he gave away to people around the temple, and to his disciples to help them through those difficult times. The famous story from that time was when the Japanese bombed Bangkok during the war, every bomb missed the temple and the area close by completely.
The Luk Om was famously made from a collection of prai powders, bones and ashes via materials given by his Kruba Ajarns for up to a century before he made his most famous work. There was also the crushed bone from the people who died under the bombs from both sides, taken to both aid the living in times of need and bring merit to the dead because they died before their time. To this mixture (which was huge as he pwdered many) Luang Phor added pong powders from the writing of magic, and mixed it with powdered Bai Laan Buddhist palm leaf scriptures.

The Luk Om is famous for protection and avoiding dangers, as well as bringing Metta Maha Niyom and Saneah. This one is one of the black versions which used burned palm leaf manuscripts in the mix, otherwise it brings too much volume. This has a real kick to it, even after all these years.

A nice size at 1.3" in its fine silver case and it comes with the original kata.

Classic Prai Magic.

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The Luk Om Kraduk Phi by Luang Pu Pring in silver

  • Prai Luk Om's are a simple way to bring ghost magic to your life as it is usually just a ball of remains with herbs and a blessing. These can be as famous of the Png Prai Kuman by LP Timm, or the work of Phra Ajarn Noo, who ground down the bones of dead soldiers during WW2 to benefit the living and the dead.

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