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The Phra Phutta Pa Locket with the Gae Saa and robe of Kruba Prohma

These items are in the bottle, which is set into a mix of Wahn 108 plants and Pong Saneah Jan, along with the specially created powders - Pong Maharat, Pong Phattaman, Pong Trini singhae, and Pong Ittijae. It also has soils from 7 temples, 7 graveyards and the four corners of the city. Old Phuttakhun amulet powder, Leh Nam Phi ore, Pong Kaew Pongkham,  and a mix of herbs called Yaa Chintamunee.
The locket was blessed by inviting the power of Kruba Prohma, and it is now as he would bless it himself.

Kruba was a monk with exceptional Samathi, and this makes this amulet more powerful. This locket will help the bearer gain Samathi. It has a cooling power and the ability to calm the mind along with exceptional levels of Metta Mahaniyom. Ajarn Apichai added the additional blessing from the book ‘Phra Jao Channa Maan’, which means the Buddha being victorious over the demon. This Wicha book refers to the Buddha doing Samathi to gain enlightenment while he was disturbed by demons. This means that the power in this amulet will help the bearer can also get through problems and distractions when studying Samathi. The amulet also brings the power to remove bad luck, obstacles and dangers, removing all bad things to bring calm and peacefulness. It also has great Metta Mahaniyom, that brings the love of humans and the angels.
Holding the amulet in the hand will aid the pursuit of Samathi.

Kruba Prohmajak passed away in meditation posture on 17th August BE 2527 (1984) at 6am at the age of 87. His remains were kept for the devotees to pay respects for three years before he was given a state funeral ceremony and cremation on 30th January BE 2531 with his Majesty King Bhumiphol Adulyadej came to inaugurate the ceremony and pay respects. His Majesty performed the lighting of the funeral pyre himself in honour of Kruba Prohmajak. The remains of Kruba Prohmajak have now transformed into ‘Pratat’ (Buddha Relic Crystalline Substance) of various colours which is seen by Thai Buddhist people to indicate that the monk has attained one of the four levels of Enlightenment.

This is an important relic amulet to aid the life of the bearer.

This measures 2.7" and needs praising as a high deity, one level below the Buddha.

It comes with a specific kata and the card of Ajarn Apichai.

Exceptional magic - and only 3 made - and that metal cabochon in the back came from the Burmese border market and was known as sky metal. I couldn't understand anything else but it holds the blessing well.

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THE LAST Phra Phutta Pa Locket with the Gae Saa and robe of Kruba Prohma

  • 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). Luang Pu Timm was of 'the great generation' of magical monks, and 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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