Clik here for My Facebook Here is the Phra Pidta Lang Nanguak created by LuangPhor Kron (Tok Raja) of Wat Uttamaram (BangSae) (Kelantan) . This piece is considered a very rare Phim that LuangPhor Kron had ever created. According to those specialist in LuangPhor Kron's amulets, so far not more than 10 pieces of this Phim had ever seen in the market. This piece shown here has been very well maintained in a very original beautiful condition. พระปิดตาผงคลุกรักหลวงพ่อครน วัดบางแซะ รัฐกลันตัน มาเลเซีย พิมพ์พระปิดตาหลังนางกวัก หายากสุดๆ ในวงการพบเห็นไม่เกิน10องค์ องค์นี้สภาพสวยเดิมไม่ผ่านการใช้ มีจาร ภายในฝังกระดาษสาลงยันต์ พุทธคุณเด่นทุกทาง มหาอุจ มหาอำนาจ มหานิยม ราคานับวันจะแพงขึ้นทุกที บางครั้งอยากได้ มีเงินแต่ก็หาของไม่ได้ครับ
Clik here for My Facebook Takrut or better known as ‘Tangkai’ by other culture is a well-known talisman of Thai origin for a long time. It is a holy scripture texts in the form of summarized Yant mantra written onto a sheet of lead, silver, copper or even gold. The inscribed Yant is written on it and then crafted according to arcane sciences and deep meditation by the guru monk or Archan before they are handed out to devotees. Takrut scroll can be easily distinguished with its rolled up form with sacred Yant scripts written on the scroll. Thais strongly believed in the power and sacred magic of Takrut for its effects in offering protection and increase serenity of mind to the bearer. This occult practice had a long history since the Ayutthaya warring period that is still very popular until today. Takrut is usually worn by Thai men on a waist cord for its protective efficacy (Kongkrapan) against harm and danger and on the neck for authority (Maha Amnat). Takruts made from lead, tin ore and copper sheets are appropriate for warding off danger, accidents, sharp weapons and bullet fires (Konkrapan or invulnerability), authoritative power (Maha Amnat), dispelling evil forces and scheming characters. Those made from silver and gold are appropriate for dispelling off demons or dark evil forces and it has the capability in helping the wearer to attract kind benefactors, accumulate wealth fortune (Pokkasap) and gaining good affinity with people (Metta Mahaniyom). It must be noted that there is a vast variety of Takrut scrolls made from many different materials such as Prajioud armband usually worn by Thai Boxers, Monk’s waist belt, Tiger fur, Snake skin, Bamboo, Bullet shell, auspicious type of wood, etc. In whichever form of material it may be made from, it always come with a written Yant scripture and further sanctified by the master maker to make it efficacious
Clik here for My Facebook One of the rarest and limited Pidta phims created by Tok Raja Lp Kron. This phim is hardly seen in the market due to low quantity made and most importantly, the yant, material and condition of this piece is easily distinguish for its authenticity. Phra Pidta amulets created by Tok Raja Lp Kron are very known to possess excellent protective power to its wearer. As a result, most veteran collectors in Malaysia, Singapore and even Thailand would wish to have one in their collections. Question is how often can you encounter a real and beautiful piece?