Commisioned by AJ Chum Chai Kiri. Group chant on Sept 14 and later the final blessing by AJ Tim on Oct 12, 2497 at Wat Mahathat. This ceremony was attended by 108 sakred monks including Khun Pan, Klai, Opasi, Keaw, Daeng (Wat Tha Sala), Kling, Pahl, Khong, Dis, Mun, Song, Paem, Daeng (Wat Khao Bandai It), Nguen (Wat Don Yai Hom) and Tae. Some believe sacred powder was used from Somdej Wat Rakang and Bangkhunprom, Nangtra, Pong Suphan,Wat Changhai and donations from 108 Thai Temples.
Phra Khun Paen w/2 codes (code prathart and code nak-khao-har), AJ Chum, Wat Mahathat, BE 2497, Nakhon Si Thammarat w/.900 gold case
108 sacred monks attended the blessing ceremony including:
Ajahn Khun Pan, Wat Khao Or
Phor Tan Klai, Wat Suan khan
Luang Phor Opasi, Arsrom Bang Mod
Luang Poo Keaw, Wat Hrong Bon
Luang Phor Daeng, Wat Tha Sala
Luang Phor Kling, WatThalung Thong
Luang Phor Pahl, Wat Khao Or
Luang Phor Khong, Wat Bahn Suan
Luang Phor Dis, Wat Pak Sra
Luang Phor Mun, Wat Khao Daeng
Luang Phor Song, Wat Chao Sala Loi
Luang Phor Peum, WatKoh Lak
Luang Phor Daeng, Wat Khao Bandai It
Luang Phor Ngern, Wat Don Yai Hom
Luang Phor Tae, Wat Sam Ngam.............
These amulets were chanted for 7 seperate purposes each for seven days, namely; Personal charm and attractivemess, Kongkrapan (Body Protection), Maha Utt (Protection from arms), Protection from wild animals and insects, Protection from evil spirits & ghosts and illness.
For protection you should use the following katha every night before sleep:
Namo tasa (x3)
Na ma pa ta (x4)
Na ma na a
Nor gor na ga
Gor or nor a
Na a ga hang
Amongst the major inclusions, other than leklai, are the following sacred powders.
Sacred powder - original Pra Somdej Wat Rakhang amulets
Sacred powder - original Pra Somdej Wat Bangkhunprom amulets
Sacred powder - original Pra Kru Nangtra amulets
Sacred powder - original Pra Kru taokrote
Sacred powder - origianl Pra Pong Suphan amulets
Sacred powder - original amulets / Wat Praroop and Wat Bangkrang
Sacred powder - origianl amulets / Wat Nangphya
Sacred powder - ancient amulets / Sukhothai province
Sacred powder - ancient amulets / Kampangpaet province
Sacred powder - ancient amulets / Kanchanaburi province
Sacred powder - ancient amulets / Pitsanalok province
Sacred powder - ancient Pra Rod, Pra Kong / Lampoon province
Sacred powder called Mahawan fron Wat Khao-or, Patalung Province
Sacred powder ground from old wrecked Prakru Srivichai amulets
Sacred powder from Wat Changhai
Sacred powder gathered from 108 Thai Temples
The Legend of Khun Paen, BE 1491- BE 1529
Khun Paen is the name of a legendary Ayutthayan warrior living some 500 years ago. His name was later given to a votive tablet found at Wat Bankrang, Suphanburi Province, approximately a century ago.
it was widely believed that these votive tablets had miraculous effects on self protection and invulnerability. They were also rumoured to possess the power of immense lady attraction. For this reason the women of Thailand do not wish to see their husbands wearing the amulet Khun Paen, fearing the attraction from others.
Apart from Wat Bankrang Temple, Khun Paen amulets of a different configuration were found at Wat Phra Roop Temple from the same province of Suphanburi. Such tablets were named Khun Paen "Khai Pha".
Thai votive tablets, that is to say amulets of Buddha image, have many names. Amulet collectors from past generations have chosen "Khun Paen" for ease of remembrance. Generally the names of Thai votive tablets originate after they were found, not at the time they were first made.
Amulet collectors of previous generations have named such votive tablets "Khun Paen" because the name was widely known to Thai people as an important legendary figure. In actuality there is no further correlation to Khun Paen and the figure image that appears on the votive tablet is Lord Buddha, not Khun Paen.
Legendary Khun Paen lived between BE 1491 and 1529. He was born in Suphanburi Province, some 70 km. northwest of Bangkok. He grew up in the closely bordered Kanchanaburi Province, where the infamous "Bridge over River Kwai" is located.
He was a disciple of Acharn Kong, a magic-expert guru monk of magical studies. Based on legend, Khun Paen was handsome and very attractive to the ladies. While he had many wives, even greater quantities of ladies fell in love with him. Khun Paen had magical knowledge. In war he used magic to make himself invulnerable and unseen to enemies, to change the marching track of the enemies and to change tree leaves to angry attacking wasps to sting his enemies.
Recognizing Khun Paen's fighting success, he was appointed by the king as Khun or a high-ranking military officer. His biography was published in a fictitious story by poetic authors in the early Ratanakosin period of some 180 years ago. His baby-ghost son was named Guman Thong. He used magic to create him from a dead baby taken from the womb of the dead Bua Klee, one of Khun Paen's wives. As legend has it, making Guman Thong is thrilling and has a complicated ritual