The inimitable and legendary Pra Khun Phaen 59 Dton amulet of the great Laymaster Ajarn Pleng Bun Yern, the 5th of a total of six different editions of Pra Khun Phaen made during his lifetime, all of which were made in very small numbers (some editions for example were only made in numbers of 100 amulets).
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When Ajarn Pleng was asked where he got his Prai Kumarn Bone powders, he recounted that during his time as a monk on Tudong in the Jungle, both Pra Ajarn Pa and Ajarn Pleng liked to collect sacred herbs and other ingredients on their travels, and that he had received the bones for the pong Prai from the corpse of a young schoolgirl that had been shot dead (premature death is one of the prerequisites one can count as an essential part of a spirit becoming a Hoeng Prai).,
He empowered these bone powders during the whole time he was on Tudong with Pra Ajarn Pa in the Jungle (a decade or so). Ajarn PLeng is also famous for his 'Nak Leng' gangsterlike personality as he would often open his shirt to show the bullet marks on his chest, to the southern devotees, and invite them to shoot him so they could see the buttlets would not pierce his skin. As a result, his chest had many bruise marks, but no scars from pierced wounds. This caused Ajarn Pleng to become seen as one of the most Powerful Masters of all time in the eyes of those who witnessed these events, which he would perform often,
Ajarn Pleng was also known to usually hand out his amulets to devotees free, if he heard they had difficulties.
To Bucha the Prai amulets of Ajarn Pleng, is not complicated. One should offer bananas, and red colored soft drinks (such as Thai Nam Daeng, or Pomegranate Juice), and light one stick of incense.
If you wish to be more thorough with your Bucha Ritual, you can go to make alms offerings to monks and pray to offer the good Karma and merits to the Prai spirits within the amulets in addition the the already mentioned offerings, which will increase the power and results of the magic many-fold, and faster results, for practicing generosity to monks and preserving the Buddha-Dhamma. Before bringing into the home, light incense to the already present local spirits of the vicinity and inform them of the arrival of the spirit, and beseech them to give their welcome and blessings.
If you have a Taw Waes Suwan statue or amulet at home, yopu must also light incence and inform him, for Yaksa Gods protect homes against unknown or unwelcomed ghosts.
The Khun Phaen and other amulets of Ajarn Pleng are considered by may to be the nummber one Khun Phaen of the Prai Variety (along with the Khun Phaen Prai Kumarn Luang Phu Tim).
Ajarn Plien Bun Yern was known as the top Jom Khamang Waet Karawas Lay Sorceror with the most powerful Maha Sanaeh Prai Magic of the Southern Isan Region. Ajarn Pleng was born on the 7th of May on the year 2464 Buddhist Era, in the second phase of the seventh Lunar Period. He was born in the Municipality of Ta Dtoom in Surin.
When he grew up, he married Ms Yorn Bun Yern, and became the father of 7 children with her, who were as follows; Sargeant Padung, Mr. Sanaeh, Ms. Sano, Mr. Worawut, Sargeant Tong Yoo, Mr. Worasak, and Ms. Pen Sri. He lived a long life and passed away on the 16th February 2552 Buddhist Era at 17:20 pm at the age of 87.
Below; Ajarn Pleng and his famous Takrut Sariga Prai 59 Dton Prai Oil Potion
Ajarn Pleng Bun Yern once recounted, that during the time he was a schoolboy, he fled to the Jungle to live, as he was living in a time of political peril, and he was being accused of being a Communist, which endangered his life, and was but a rumor and accusation.
As the young schoolboy was living in the jungle, he was lucky to cross paths with a wandering Gaeji Ajarn Tudpng Master Monk, Pra Ajarn Pa, who was a powerful sorceror monk of Khmer descent. Pra Ajarn Pa was said to have possessed immensely powerful magical Wicha. Pra Ajarn Pa invited Ajarn Pleng to ordain as a Novice Monk, which Ajarn Pleng accepted the offer, and traveled on Tudong as an ordained monk along with Pra Ajarn Pa, throught the Surin Province, and over the nearby border into Sri Saket, Khmer and Laos. He practiced Vipassana Kammathana Tudong style forest Meditation Mindfulness practices with Ajarn Pa for 10 years in the jungle.
He had to eat roots and wild sweet potatoes instead of rice, because of the lack of alms-givers so deep in the jungle. They had to survive from whatever wild plants were available. He slept in a cave that was riddled with snakes of all species, many of them venomous and deadly, and meditate within the cave on a daily and nightly basis. Despite there being so many dangerous and venomous snakes, none of them ever were able to harm him.
This is said to be because he possessed a powerful Wicha that could control snakes and subdue them. Ajarn Pa begged Ajarn Pleng to remain ordained with him in the forest for all his lifetime, but this was not possible, because Ajarn Pleng had family duties, with his seven sons. So when the necessity arose, Ajarn Pleng requested the 'La Sikhabot' ceremony of disrobing, and become a Lay Master Karavasa. Thereafter, he took up studies, and p[assed his regulatory examinations to conduct the profession of secondary school teacher .He then spent the rest of his life teaching children as headmaster of the school, right up to his retirement.
Because of the powerful psychic powers he had developed as a monk on Tudong in the jungle, Ajarn Pleng was able to empower amulets that evoked extremely powerful Maha Sanaeh Metta magic, as well as his power to fend off and protect from venomous animals. Because those devotees who wore his first amulets had immediate success and results from their amulets, Ajarn Pleng quickly became the celebrated Master of the time in the southern Isan Region, and devotees from around the province began to seek him out for his Magical Powers.
It is told, that he once was invited to perform and initiate the ceremony, to bless the opening of a bridge over the river Moon. He sat inside a boat on the river to perform the ritual, and it is said that hundreds of fish began jumping out of the water and landed inside the boat, filling it with fish. Because of the many witensses to the event, this caused devotees to go home and recount the tale, which quickly spread all around the southern Isan region. He remains posthumously to this day, a legend with his devotees, and is one of the top lebgendary lay mastters in the annals of recorded history of Thai Occultims and Puttasastra (Buddha Magic).
Most of the amulets Ajarn Pleng made, would use Pong Prai Necromantic Funereal earths and Serums as their main potent ingredients, and othder sacred magickkal essences, such as Herbal Powders, Prai Oils, and Sacred Woods, Ivory, Bone and such. He made a variety of amuets, including 6 limited editions of Pra Khun Phaen, and also talismanic charms of a wide variety. Ajarn Pleng would say that whoever had any black magick curses, or were possessed by spirits would be freed, by the spirits within his amulets, which would drive out any dark sorcery.
He also said that the Prai Spirits within his amulets, not being forced in any way, and willingly imbued within the amulets,are full of, and emit a powerful Maha Sanaeh power of attraction. The spirits within the amulets are sworn to protect the wearer, and so Klaew Klaad evasion of deadly dangers is also an additional magical property of the amulets of Ajarn Pleng.
Going back in time for a moment, to the days when Ajarn Pleng was still a monk on Tudong with PPra Ajarn Pa in the jungle, Ajarn PLien learned every single Wicha of Pra Ajarn Pa during his decade or more of practice with his Kroo Ba Ajarn, and mastered every single one of them to an Adept degree. These Wicha incllued the Wicha Klaew Klaad Kong Grapan Chadtri, Wicha Maha Sanaeh, Wicha Metta Maha Niyom, Wicha Wan Ya Herbal Magick, and most importantly, the Wicha Prai, Necromantic and Spirit Reanimation Magick.
The Wicha Prai of Ajarn Pleng was intended to assist humans and the spirit devas that dwelll within his amulets too, who agree to devote time and energy to the alleviation of suffering of other beings by spending time dwelling within the amulet to protect whatever owners may acquire it.
This was possible, along with the fact that his Prai amulets bring no repercussions to the wearer, was because he never would use binding magick to force a spirit to obey commands, rather, would seek out auspicious minded spirit ghosts and Devas who were willing and chose of their own will to dwell within his amulets, in order to gather good auspicious Karma for better future reincarnations.
He would not only bless the amulets, but also perform rituals to bless and bring spiritual advancement to the Prai Devas within, and to bring them happiness and peace. This made the Devas within his amulets highly willing to respond with the same generosity, and give their complete efforts to assist the devotee in prospering and keeping them safe.
He would perform the incantations of auspicious blessings as he ground up the bones of the Hoeng Prai Ghosts into powders, to imbue them with Metta Compassionate Mery Charm. Because of this, despite the powerful Prai spirits withiin the amulets, there is said to be absolutely no risk of the ghost aaffecting or coming into direct influence with the wearer, or affecting them iin any other manner than to bring them luck, safety, wealth and happiness. He would not perform dark arts that are harmful, because he always lived by the laws of the Dhamma he lived by, as a Monk in the jungle, throughout his life.
One time, one of the schoolchildren where Ajarn Pleng was teaching, was bitten by a venomous snake, and there was noty enough time to travel to the hospital in time for the child to survive the venom. So the child's parents rushed the child to see Ajarn Pleng, and asked if he could help, as he was famous for his Wicha to prevent Venoms. Ajarn Pleng performed an Incantation and blew it into the bite, and the boy recovered almost immediately..
After this event, the name and fame of Ajarn Pleng became well heard of around the whole Nation. It is said that it did not matter how poisonous a snake was, Ajarn Pleng was always able to extinguish it and heal the victims without a single exception.
Another legendary story of Ajarn Pleng's power, was that of a colleague teaching at the school, who had fallen in love with a lady who was not interested in him, but his love for her was so great that the was considering suicide. Ajarn Pleng became aware of this matter, and thus offered to help, and made an amulet for him. Within a very shor period of time, the lady fell for the man and his desires were fulfilled.
Ajarn Pleng then decided to continue helping people with magic and amulets right up to his old age. During this time, the results received by devotees of his amulets spread his fame far and wide, until he became one of the most preferred masters in south east Asia, in Thailand, Singapore, & with Asians in the USA, Malaysia, Philippines, Hong Kong, Indonesia and China.
The first official edition Ajarn Pleng, were a series of Pra Khun Phaen, which all devotees who received one recounted highly nocieable effects of Metta Maha Niyom. Ajarn Pleng did not keep secret most of the ingredients of his Khun Phaen, and revealed that they contained 108 kinds of sacred herbs, such as Paya Ga Hlong, Paya Ngiw Dam, Paya Kruea Hlong, Paya Sariga, Paya Takian Hin, Paya Gae Lae, Pong Prai Kumarn Faed (Kumarn Tong Twins Bone Powders), Pong Jindamanee, 108 types of tree-woods with sacred Mai Ga Fak parasitic tree attached, and See Pheung Prai Oil Balms of Ajarn Pa, along with a long list of other Muan Sarn ingredients which were empowered years before in the jungle by Ajarn Pa.
The first edition was made in extremely small numbers not exceeding 100 amulets. Because of the massive power of attraction found within this edition, it was given the folk name of 'Khun Phaen Maha Sanaeh'.
Below, Pra Somdej Jom Surin and Pra Khun Phaen Jom surin edition amulets of 2543 BE
When Ajarn empowered amulets, he would spend a whole trimester (Traimas), until the amulets would turn over and move around by themself. The edition was so sought after and almost instantly depleted, that Ajarn Pleng was forced to make a second edition, for the many devotees who never got a chance with the first edition. The demand continued throughout Ajarn Pleng's life, and so he had to make reperat editions, up to the 6th edition.
The 6 editions were as follows; 1. Khun Phaen Maha Sanaeh (ป1), 2. Khun Phaen Chom Dtalad (ป2), 3. Khun Phaen Sayob Marn (empowered for 8 years!), 4. Khun Phaen Sakot Tap, 5. Khun Phaen Prai 59 Dton, and 6. Khun Phaen Jom Surin.
Every single edition of Khun Phaen made by Ajarn Pleng, receive dthe same level of acclaim and high repute for their powers.
In the year 2543 BE, a large number of devotees begged Ajarn Plien to make an edition that couldnfulfil the needs of all the devotees, and so preparations began for the first official editiion to include other amulets in its official list. This edition included the now extremely rare Pra Somdej Jom Surin, for the Devotees who had asked for magic to help them do better business and higher sales. Ajarn Pleng also made a plethora of other amulets and talismanic charms, such as In Koo Maha Sanaeh, Kumarn Tong, Rak Yom, Paya Khao Kam, carved wood and ivory Deities, See Pheung, and Takrut.
His See Pheung Pasom Pong Prai Kumarn was highly renowned for its Metta Mercy Charm, along with his Look Om Paetch Glab powder ball being famed for its protective power to transform bad things into good things, and make unklucky circumstances become lucky ones. His Takrut Tone were very popular for their all round power of protection, lucky fortunes, good business, mercy charm, and power of attraction.
HIs Takrut Ngu Hlueam Python skin amulet was known for its ability to call wealth towards the wearer through easy business without any need for great effort. HIs Palad Khik amulets were known as powerful Metta Maha Niyom amulets for attracting preferential treatment and good business,, and protect against boar tusks and elephant tusks, and other sharp dangerous objects. Apart from these amulets, Ajarn Pleng made many other kinds such as Pha Yant cloths, and individually carved amulets handed out to devotees.
Ajarn Pleng was very proud and insistent that he never wanted to lose face with his amulets, and so would always empower them constantly over long periods of time until he himself was sure of their true power, and so the amulets would truly help living beings and the Devas who collaborated to dwell within the amulets have a better Karma in the present and future. He would only ever summon Prai Devas who had auspicious intentions and travel in the direction of heaven, and so his amulets are highly appraised for their Prai Power, because they carry the immense psychic influence of Prai Necromancy, but do not carry any of the side effects or dangers that Black Magick type Necromancy does.
Below, another rare amulety of this great master; the Pra Pid Ta Prai 59 Dton
Locket Photograph with See Pheung and Takrut of Ajarn Plleng (an extremely rare talismanic charm)
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