Rian Singh Paetch – Nuea Nava Loha Pim Pised (Nine Sacred Metals – special edition) 2552 BE – Pra Ajarn Ji Somjidto – Wat Nong Wa (Petchburi) – only 349 coins made
This beautiful amulet from Pra Ajarn Ji Somjidto was empowered by LP Ji in meditation every evening in his Kuti, giving them nightly empowerments every single day from its creation to the day of the final Puttapisek blessing ceremony. The front face features Rachasri Lion, a Himapant animal who appears often in the Ramakian Myths. Ratchasri or, in this case, in the form of Singh Paetch (diamond Lion), is empowered by Pra Ajarn Ji with Maha Amnaj (Power and Dominion),for strength, commanding force, and success. The fierce Lion is thick skinned and hard to cut or pierce endowing the wearer with Kong Grapan (Invincibility). This is the ‘Pim Pised’ version (Masterpiece Coin), which was made in Nine Sacred Artifact Alloys with a more Reddish Varying Surface Color instead of the Yellowish ‘Nuea Samrit’, of the standard range model. There was also a ‘Nam Rerk’ first smelting version made in solid silver, with rough uncut edges, which was made in very small quantities with hand spell inscription on rear face.
Size; 3.9 Cm x 2.9 Cm
Useful for those in administrative or commanding positions, or those who have to be involved in ‘Jeraja’ (influential discussions), such as in corporate, military or political strategic environments. Also an apt choice for Gamblers or thise involved with competitive professions, or amateur activities such as sports, for the Rachasri King Lion will endow the wearer not only with fearful imposing presence, but also with the strength to win fights or competitions.
Can be encased if Desired
The rear face is emblazoned with a Na Metta for attraction and charm, protection and luck. Two ‘Na Pra Putta Jao’ Yantra are additionally emblazoned, for both Protection and Metta. Hand inscriptions of Khom Spells made by the hand of Ajarn Ji are visible on the surface of the metal. This was performed only on the coins made from Nava Loha
The amulet is made from ‘Nuea Nava Loha’ (a Sacred Metal Alloy, made from smelting Sacred Bronze artifacts and Yantra Foils of different metallic compositions, with an addition of silver and gold to increase the sheen of the metals).
Amulets by Pra Ajarn Ji are becoming extremely sought after and are mostly sold out each edition because the Looksit of Luang Phor Yit know his Lineage and that he is of those lesser heard of Monks who will later be found out to be both a Great practitioner and amulet maker. His amulets are always made in small quantities and usually given an individual empowerment by Pra Ajarn Ji.
Pra Ajarn Ji is the inheritor of the Wicha of Luang Por Yit (sometimes spelled ‘Yid’), of Wat Nong Jork. He is especially skilled and famous for his ability to empower Palad Khik amulets. The famous Luang Por Yit once said that Pra Ajarn Ji was able to empower amulets, and cast spells exactly how LP Yid himself did, and that his amulets were just as good as his own.
This is the Pim Pised top of the range coin of the series
Kata Hua Jai Rachasri/Singha
Dta Ma Thang Bpagaa Saendto Rachasri Ho Sadtaa Aaha
Pra Kata Paya Rachasri
Putta Saedto Mahaa Nathang Wannago Singha Naatagang Putta Sirasaa Dtaechaena Maara Saena Bparaa Chayyang Chayya Chayya Pawandtumae
Kata paya Rachasri (alternative Verison)
Rachasingho Mahaa Taathang Na Tandto Seehanaatagang Seeha Sira Dtaechaena Sadto badt-Dto Baraa Cheuyyang Jadtutisang Seelawandtang Ragkhidtappang Seeha Seehaa Raacha Raachaa Taewa Manussaanang Bpiyang Sataa Sappa Sadtroo Winaasandti Sappacheuyya Bprasittimae