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Pu Tim To The World

In plain simple English, this consecration ceremony is dubbed “Pu Tim To The World”.  This is where Thailand’s most famous temple for making the powerful Khun Paen amulets since BE 2516 (CE 1973).  Amulet collectors doesn’t need fresh introduction to Luang Pu Tim also popularly known as The Grand Master of making Khun Paen containing sacred Prai Guman powder.

The Master of Ceremony behind this majestic Pu Tim’s statue figure construction is Luang Pu Choy - the current abbot of Wat Lahanrai, Rayong Province.  This auspicious event unfolded on Feb-Mar BE 2557 (CE 2014) where the supernatural ingredients of Luang Pu Tim once again made its debut to all Khun Paen fans and amulet collectors alike.

To begin with, Luang Pu Tim was a strict and diligent practitioner of the Dhamma. He was known to be a very good monk and possessed only a few worldly materials. He lived a simple life as a Bhikku. In the hut where he stayed, he only had a pillow and a mat with no electricity.  Luang Pu Tim passed away on the 18th October BE 2518 having spent 72 years in the Sangha Order.

Khun Paen Prai Guman is one of the most efficacious amulet talisman ever being created by Luang Pu Tim in modern times. Very few guru monks can create talismans from Prai Guman in this century. Other than Luang Pu Tim, the other 2 notable masters from Nakorn Pathom Province are Luang Phor Tae of Wat Sam Ngam and Luang Phor Poon of Wat Pailom.

Khun Paen: The Next Chapter
Ever since we published an earlier article titled The Charming Attractions of Khun Paen, the article story had received many readerships.  This round we’re taking fans to the heart of this Siam epic legendary talisman by continuing its legacy here at Wat Lahanrai. 

Just to recap the legendary Khun Paen’s background for everyone’s sake. Based on the old legend during Ayutthaya’s era, Khun Paen was a handsome man turned warrior. He’s very attractive to ladies. Although legend says that he had many wives, but still many ladies fell in love with him. Unstoppable Maha Saneh in himself. 

Khun Paen had many arcane knowledge that he had learned from Ajahn Khong.  He optimize those arcane knowledge to make himself invulnerable and unseen to enemies, to change the marching track of the enemies to become labyrinthine field, and collected stories told that he could even change tree leaves to become wasps to sting enemies.  

Khun Paen is also a master in mantras or formulas that could create supernatural powers. They are used for such purposes as stunning enemies, transforming his body into other forms, opening locks and chains, putting everyone else to sleep, and converting sheaves of grass into invulnerable spirit warriors.  Khun Paen also uses love formulas to captivate women, and to subdue the wrath of King.

Khun Paen was also the first to creat Guman Thong. He brought the dead baby from the womb of Bua Klee, one of his wives to the Temple outer area within the chanting hall where the Buddha image is placed. The Temple and its compound is so sacred that no mighty ghosts or spirits could enter. Based on the legend descriptions, Khun Paen was chanting some sacred mantras to invoke the spirit of Guman Thong while roasting the dead baby on a pile of fire.  Thus, Guman Thong was created to help Khun Paen defend against enemy attacks, against malevolent spirits, acted as his eyes and ears, and transported him at great speeds to any destinations. 

A highly successful warrior and a lover during medieval times in the old Ayutthaya.  Certainly a modern day Khun Paen in this 21st century would wear one of Khun Paen’s image with the hope to gain that almighty spirit in working life. Don't forget you may need some help from Guman Thong too if you're really into this myth. 

How Are Prai Guman Made? 
It may be interesting to understand how these potent supernatural powders containing human remains are made by Luang Pu Tim.  It's a very daunting process with many dangers just to produce a small quantity of this Prai Guman powder.  Not anybody can make the powder and if the attempt goes awry it would bring harmful consequences where they would become possessed by demonic spirits.

A close lay disciple of Luang Pu Tim, Mr. Lap Choicharoen once told that he was instructed to locate the corpse of a pregnant woman who passed a cremation ceremony on a Tuesday.
He was tasked to bring the burnt head bone of the dead foetus to LP Tim.  This was required in order to create the sacred powders used in the preparation of the Prai Guman powders of Luang Pu Tim.

The chanting of a specific black magic incantation (similar to the one used by Khun Paen) is required for one week in order to control the soul and also prevent the spirit departing from the Prai Guman.
Once completed, Mr. Lap Choicharoen was instructed to pound and grind the head bone into a fine powder. It was not long that he became somewhat disturbed by sparks emanating from the grinding mortar. He had to burn incense sticks and ask for forgiveness before this phenomenon ceased.

Luang Pu Tim later took the Prai Guman powder and mixed it with other sacred powders concoctions including Ithijae Pattamung powder, Jinda Manee powder, Prawai plus other 108 different herbs and sedges. The mixture was chanted for many days on end before being pressed into the moulding block to make the Khun Paen amulet talismans.  All those powerful BE 2516 Khun Paen amulets made by Luang Pu Tim are of powder mixture where some have Takruts and some without it.

Extremely powerful talisman but not for people with phasmophobia (fear of ghost) because the material compound contained human remains. Khun Paen with Prai Guman is an occult practice added with Buddhist element. If you've read our previous Guman Thong article you will know the reason behind this occultism.       

This One is For You if …
Khun Paen talismans is best for opposite sex attractions apart from successful career and business ventures.  Based on many positive feedbacks, if the following competencies is what you’re really looking for, then Wat Lahanrai’s Khun Paen with human remains (Prai Guman) component that has strong magical power is the one for you.

The 6 core competencies of this Khun Paen Plai Guman amulets are; 

1) It could make you possess a highly activated sixth sense
2) Maha Larp - it brings you lucky wealth
3) Maha Sanay - it brings you charming attraction to the opposite sex 
4) Metta Maha Niyom - it helps you gain loving kindness and compassion from people all around 
5) Klaw Klad Plod Plai - it pushes you away from all danger
6) Warning of danger

The mixture of special powders by Luang Pu Tim contained human remains together with other sacred herb powders is what makes Wat Lahanrai’s BE 2516 Khun Paen batch so famous among believers of these supernatural sciences.  These leftover ingredients are the genesis for the new batch being produced in conjunction with this iconic construction for the largest statue figure of Luang Pu Tim.

Having said that, there’re other equivalently good Khun Paen amulet talismans such as those from Wat Bankrang, Wat Palelai, etc.  Nevertheless, the effects of every Khun Paen varies from one person to another depending on the individual’s cosmic energy.  We have discussed this before in our previous article story.  

Financially speaking, today’s Wat Lahanrai’s BE 2516 old batch is beyond the reach of the average amulet collectors.  As smart collectors, we always find a cheaper alternative for newer remake batch that we think is worthwhile.

The worthiness of a remake amulet is always pointing to the old ingredients that are being used in the making.  This again is depending on how many percentage of those old ingredients are being used inside the new amulet.

One way to test it out is to feel how effective is the talisman are based on its core competencies it is supposed to deliver or notice if there’re any significant behavioral changes that reflect the characteristic of a real Khun Paen.  That’s our tip and it’s not too difficult to discover it yourself in just a matter of 2-3 weeks on average.

Pu Tim To The World

The Making of BE 2557 Batch
Since Wat Lahanrai have built the biggest Luang Phor Tim’s statue measuring 12 meters in height, this ceremony also released Phra Khun Paen Prai Guman, Look Om and Guman Thong to generate funds for the statue figure construction.

All the amulet talismans has mixture of old leftover Prai Guman, Sipueng (wax) and many other holy powders of Luang Phor Tim.  This batch includes holy powders from other famous monks in Thailand totaling over 300 variations.

Some of the notable top ranking monks today who joined the Maha Puttaphisek blessing ceremony for at Wat Lahanrai in this recent consecration.

1. LP Sin Wat Lahanyai 
2. Phra Maha Sulasak Wat Pradoo 
3. LP Foo Wat Bang Samak 
4. LP Bua Wat Sriburaparam 
5. LP Kongtue Wat Klongjak 
6. LP Ruay Wat Tako 
7. LP Chan Wat Bangbo 
8. LP Perm Wat Pom Kaew 
9. LP Yaem Wat Sam Ngam and many others

Khun Paen Variation
Different variations of hers/materials combination. Phim Yai and Phim Lek just like the good old days. 

This remake Khun Paen followed the same designs of Luang Pu Tim and also this inaugural new launching is the first time ever by Wat Lanarai using good old materials. A great consecration ceremony and many famous monks joined in this Maha Puttaphisek just like in the 70s.  This batch can be used as a good alternative to the Khun Paen BE 2516.

Current Abbot of  Wat Lahanrai

Redemption Day 
The popularity of this Khun Paen batch is successful looking at the large crowds queuing up to redeem their pre-ordered amulets on the redemption/collection day.  This drama is captured here on photographs.  The strong support from public eagerly awaiting for this good blessing Khun Paen talisman will rewind back this classic masterpiece in retro Wat Lahanlai 41 years ago in the 1970s.

Just as loved by men, Phra Khun Paen amulet is also loved by ladies too. This phenomenon had proven a point on the suitability of Khun Paen for different folks from all walks of life. The ever growing popularity of this talisman will not see the extinction of this legendary hero in the hearts and minds of the believers.

Magic, magic in the night,
Can your magic make it right,
Please bring magic to the night,
Extend to us your powerful might.

That's the end of our story to the heart of Khun Paen - the greatest warrior and a lover in ancient Siam history. May the flame of this magical legacy continue to sparkle with brightness with Pu Tim to The World.

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