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Kumanthong loon Sirit Mongkhun 2554
Kumanthong loon Sirit Mongkhun (3 inches) LP Lom 2554 (76-k46)

Kumanthong loon Sirit Mongkhun (3 inches) LP Lom 2554

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2554

Temple: Wat Phra Mathalam

This batch of Kumanthong Sirit Mongkhun was mad and consecrated by Isan guru master Luang Pu Lom in Buddhist year 2554 for the purpose to raise fund for the construction and expansion of Wat Phra Mathalam. A large variety of specially selected powder and earth from various locations around Roi-et province were used to make these images to enhance effectiveness in accordance with the ancient spell invoked during consecration.

Purpose: Auspiciousness, hormony, and wealth.

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$29.00
Kumanthong Mahalap 2553
Kumanthong Mahalap 2553 Ajahn Jet (80-k15)

Kumanthong Mahalap 2553 Ajahn Jet

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2553

Temple: Wat Noak

In the course of building and expanding Wat Noak, Phrakru Sujittaporn (Ajahn Jet) made and consecrated a batch of Kumanthong images in Buddhist year 2553 to return merits, wealth, and luck to donors and believers. The consecration ceremony was held with grandiose with twenty-nine renowned guru monks from various temples joining in. Luang Phor Chaleo of Wat Arun Ratchawararam initiated the ceremony by lighting the candles and Luang Phor Sud of Wat Khao Takrao extinguishing the candles at the close of the ceremony. Amongst the twenty-nine guru monks were Luang Phor Yam of Wat Rai Khing, Luang Phor Rueang of Wat Paknam, Luang Phor Sam-ang of Wat Bangplad, and etc.

Purpose: Luck, wealth, fortune, and prosperity.

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$133.00
Phra Pikanait on Phaya Tor 2555
Phra Pikanait on Phaya Tor (9 inches) LP Gert 2555 (80-k39)

Phra Pikanait on Phaya Tor (9 inches) LP Gert 2555

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2555

Temple: Wat Posekti Wanaram

Phra Pikanait on Phaya Tor is the icon of Wat Posekti in Nakhon Pathom. Luang Phor Gert specialises in making and consecrating Phaya Tor and Phra Pikanait sitting on Phaya Tor represents Puttakhun Metta Mahaniyom, overcoming all obstacles and vallains in life.

Purpose: Success in work, finance, business, and trade.

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$1,185.00
Hanuman loon Maha Sekti 2552
Hanuman loon Maha Sekti 2552 Luang Pu Ki (76-k26)

Hanuman loon Maha Sekti 2552 Luang Pu Ki

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2552

Temple: Wat Silamyong

This batch of Hanuman was made and consecrated by Luang Pu Ki, the highly respected southern Isaan guru monk, for the purpose to raise fund for temple restoration. Special rituals were invoked during the Maha Phutthapisek spiritual prayer where the spell of the 4 elements was used to consecrate sacred objects with completeness and holiness.

Purpose: Peace, prosperity, safety, and free from negative energies.

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$250.00
Kumanthong
Kumanthong "Nong Thaweechok" 2538 (78-k15)

Kumanthong "Nong Thaweechok" 2538

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2538

Temple: Wat Sam Ngam

This is the earliest of the various batches of Kumanthong "Nong Thaweechok" Models made and consecrated by Luang Pu Yam. It is made with earth and mixed with the remnant powder left over by Luang Pu Tae which Luang Pu Yam used for his first batch of Kumanthong images. The whole body is painted gold with Luang Pu Yaem handwritten talismans in blue ink. On the front of the 3 inches base is printed "Ruay Ruay Ruay" (Rich Rich Rich) in Thai medium and under is filled with ashes (unsealed).

Purpose: Fetching wealth and fortune, prosper in business and career.

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$289.00
Kumankhring 2544 (5 inches Dark Bronze)
Kumankhring Dark Bronze (5 inches) 2544 (61-k11)

Kumankhring Dark Bronze (5 inches) 2544

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2544

Temple: Wat Noi Nanghong

This is the second batch of Kumanthong made and consecrated by Luang Phor Boonlord using the iconic mould created by Luang Phor Somjit. The unique feature of this batch of Kumanthong is that it has a metal ball (khring) inserted inside the image. It is believed that when there is eminent danger, the believer honouring Kumankhring will hear the sound of bell.

Purpose: Protection, repelling evil, guarding property.

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$65.00
Kumankhring (5 inches Polished Bronze) 2544
Kumankhring Polished Bronze (5 inches) 2544 (61-k12)

Kumankhring Polished Bronze (5 inches) 2544

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2544

Temple: Wat Noi Nanghong

This is the second batch of Kumanthong made and consecrated by Luang Phor Boonlord using the iconic mould created by Luang Phor Somjit. The unique feature of this batch of Kumanthong is that it has a metal ball (khring) inserted inside the image. It is believed that when there is eminent danger, the believer honouring Kumankhring will hear the sound of bell.

Purpose: Protection, repelling evil, guarding property.

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$65.00
Kumankhring Dark Bronze (2 inches) 2544
Kumankhring Dark Bronze (2 inches) 2544 (61-k21)

Kumankhring Dark Bronze (2 inches) 2544

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2544

Temple: Wat Noi Nanghong

This is the second batch of Kumanthong made and consecrated by Luang Phor Boonlord using the iconic mould created by Luang Phor Somjit. The unique feature of this batch of Kumanthong is that it has a metal ball (khring) inserted inside the image. It is believed that when there is eminent danger, the believer honouring Kumankhring will hear the sound of bell.

Purpose: Protection, repelling evil, guarding property.

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$28.00
Phra Pikaniat Pidta 2556
Phra Pikaniat Pidta (5 inches) LPu Hong 2556 (79-k17)

Phra Pikaniat Pidta (5 inches) LPu Hong 2556

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2556

Temple: Wat Petchaburi

Phra Pikaniat Pidta is one of the unique sacred objects made and consecrated by prominent guru monk Luang Pu Hong Pharom Panyo of Surin Province. According to His Venerable, Phra Pikaniat has appeared and protected him when he was practicing asceticism in the Cambodian jungle. Thus, His Venerable has honoured Phra Pikaniat as one of his ancestral teacher since.

In Buddhist year 2556, Luang Pu Hong, made and consecrated 500 coded images of Phra Pikaniat Pidta with 4 arms, with 2 hands interlocking in a meditative posture holding a lotus with a crystal orb symbolising steadfast determination; and the other two hands covering the eyes representing mystical power. Under the base of the image is filled with many precious sacred objects.

Lap-width: 5 inches, Base-width: 6.5 inches, Height: 8 inches

Purpose: Remove obstacles, business prosperity, and work progress.

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$282.00
Kuman Chuk Luang Thong 2554
Kuman Chuk Luang Thong (Orange Hair) LP Im (79-k23b)

Kuman Chuk Luang Thong (Orange Hair) LP Im

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2554

Temple: Wat Khao Khad

This beautiful batch of Kuman Chuk Luang Thong was made and consecrated by Luang Phor Im of Wat Khao Khad in Buddhist year 2554. Luang Phor Im Aphichanto is one of the Khmer guru monks outstandingly know for fortune, mercy, and merchandising spells. This batch of Kuman Chuk Luang Thong is the best of all Kumanthongs of the Khmer line conjure up.

Purpose: Good for work and businesses involving negotiation and trading.

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$207.00
Kuman Kwak Ngen Kwak Tong
Kumanthong Kwak Ngen Kwak Tong (Red Earth) (68-k32)

Kumanthong Kwak Ngen Kwak Tong (Red Earth)

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2545

Temple: Wat Takong

In Buddhist year 2545, the 8th abbot of Wat Takong Luang Phor Lek made a batch of Kuman Kwak Ngen Kwak Tong images from specially selected earth and consecrated them in accordance with the ancient spell of Luang Phor Chaem. Special powder was also inserted underneath each and every image to conjure magic and energies for ultimate effectiveness making this batch of Kumanthongs special and rare.

Purpose: Wealth fetching, protection, and charisma.

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$133.00
Phra Chiwok 2547
Phra Chiwok Komaraphat (Loon Laek) 5 inches Lap-width (80-k44)

Phra Chiwok Komaraphat (Loon Laek) 5 inches Lap-width

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2547

Temple: Wat Indharaviharn

Phra Chiwok Komaraphat also known as Por Mor Chiwok was bestowed the title “The Ethical One” by Lord Buddha and has served as physician in the Sangha to help maintain the health of all monks. He was also dedicated to the Dharma with strong faith in Lord Buddha. Subsequently, he even extended his services to worshippers and devotees thereby becoming known as Rheesi Mor Chiwok Komaraphat, “The Grand Master of Traditional Medicine” and is revered by the general public until today.

This batch of Phra Chiwok coded image was made commemorating the ceremony to build a statue of Phra Chiwok Komaraphat. The grand Puttapisek ceremony was held on January 3, 2547 at the Ubosot of Wat Indharaviharn. Many prominent monks participated in the consecration ceremony and they include

– Luang Phor Thong Sueb, Wat Indharaviharn, Bangkok

– Luang Phor Sudchai, Wat Sorthon Wararam, Chachoengsao

– Luang Phor Yam, Wat Rai Khing, Nakhon Pathom

– Luang Phor Ruay, Wat Tako, Ayutthaya

– Luang Phor Bamnet, Wat Phra Sri Rattana Mahathat, Sukhothai

– Luang Phor Thanom, Wat Suthat Thepwararam, Bangkok

– Luang Phor Perm, Wat Pom Kaew, Ayutthaya

– Luang Phor Fu, Wat Bang Samak, Chachoengsao

– Luang Phor Khao, Wat Sao Cha Ngok, Chachoengsao, etc.

Purpose: Ward away sickness.

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$133.00
Nang Kwak Ku
Mae Nang Kwak Ku (2.5 inches lap-width) (81-k4)

Mae Nang Kwak Ku (2.5 inches lap-width)

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2555

Temple: Wat Lon

It is believed that Mae Nang Kwak or Goddess of Wealth raising her right hand represents fetching wealth pertaining to businesses, trade, and career whilst she raising her left hand brings about gaming luck and windfall profits. In Buddhist year 2555, Wat Lon located in Phatthalung, southern Thailand, made and consecrated a batch of Mae Nang Kwak Ku for this particular purposes.

Purpose: Wealth fetching and gaming luck.

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$50.00
Kumanthong Petchmongkhun 2555
Kumanthong Petchmongkhun LP Hong (79-k15)

Kumanthong Petchmongkhun LP Hong

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2555

Temple: Wat Phetchaburi

Luang Pu Hong Prompanyo was one of Surin’s top guru monks revered by Thais as well as foreigners. Amulets and sacred objects made and consecrated by His Venerable are highly sought after by believers. Kumanthongs made and consecrated by Luang Pu Hong are especially well received due to their effectiveness. In Buddhist year 2555, Luang Pu Hong made and consecrated a batch of Kumanthong Petchmongkhun with the Golden Boy sitting on a Chinese dragon holding a gold ingot in his left hand. The image measure approximately base width 4.5 inchesand height 7 inches with many treasures inserted in its base.

Purpose: Wealth fetching, auspiciousness, and prosperity.

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$220.00
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