Thailand Amulets Latest Amulets and newsletter – Amulets added, being added, and upcoming Thai Amulets that will be added soon.
Thailand amulets is receiving amulets to add faster than we can add them, so here is yet another newsletter to give you a look at the latest additions, those being added and those which are still in production, to be added after they reach their Official release dates and we receive them.
This time we have a large and balanced mixture of Buddhist Amulets and Occult Charms, to liven up the store with a large array of new amulets to choose from, all of them choicely selected by our owner Ajarn Spencer, who likes to decide which amulets we should stock and which not, with the idea of choosing only what he finds is powerful, or of High sacred value. We shall split the synopsis into Buddhist Amulets and later then, Occult Charms in the latter part of the article.
Thai Buddhist Amulets
First on the list in this Synopsis, is the happy news of restocking with some of the five amulet Benjapakee sets from last year’s Edition from Wat Rakang Kositaram. These amulets proved so popular as to sell out immediately after we published.
After a difficult search, we have managed to restock a few sets for collectors of Benjapakee amulets. The set contains the Pra Somdej, Pra Nang Paya, Pra Pong Supan, Pra Rod Lampun, and Pra Sum Gor ‘Top Five’ Thai Buddhist Amulets in one set, with Numbered Limited edition code numbers.
Click edition poster image above left, to visit the edition documentation page and see amulets in store of this edition.
Next of interest is the latest Edition from Pra Ajarn Daeng Opaso of Wat Rai in Pattani – Luang Por Daeng is one of Thailand’s most famous Monks of the Southern Khao or Lineage and a top maker of Luang Por Tuad Amulets. This year he has made some special Jao Sua amulets along with a range of the most beautifully designed Garuda Bird Deity amulets in Tibetan style.
Jao Sua Nirandtarai Edition Amulets 2555 BE by Pra Ajarn Daeng Opaso
Jao Sua Coins
This edition was flagshipped by a large array of heavy cast metal Jao Sua Amulets of extremely high quality Sacred metal Muan Sarn.
Folowed by a Classic Collector series of heart Shaped Monk Coins for his most devout followers and for the collectors who are ‘in the know’. the ‘Rian jaek tan’
Rian Jaek Tan
The Rian Jaek tan is now completely sold out.
Lastly, the most pristinely fashioned Tibetan Style Garuda deity amulets to grace our eyes in quite some time, of not all time.
Paya Krut Tibet
In various Sacred Metals
Solid Silver, Gold Plated Sacred Bronze Alloy, Sacred Bronze alloy, and Sacred Brass.
Speaking of the Jao Sua Amulet, All Time Buddhist Classic, we have just added the final addition to the 2555 BE Wicha Jinda Manee Edition collection from LP Kong (Sanya) of Wat Klang Bang Kaew Lineage, another classic addition to the Buddhist Amulet section.
Click below link to view this edition of amulets
Luang Por Sothorn Classic Thai Buddha Amulets
We were able to get a selection of the Luang Por Sothorn 2555 BE Amulets in small quantities, due to rapid sell out. We ordered many Pra Somdej amulets which we hand out free with casing to all who spend more than 100$ on amulets and apply for this free offer, click on the image of the Pra Somdej LP Sotorn Buddha below to view offer. The edition was made Celebrating the 80th Anniversary of the Ministry of Public Health and Hygiene, the 50th Birthday of His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, and to Raise funds for the Meritorious Project to Cure Breast Cancer, by purchasing a Mobile Mammography Unit.
Luang Por Sothorn – Benja Nava Mongkol (8 Rorp Grasuang Anamay) Edition Amulets 2555 BE
Continuing about Buddhist Amulets, we have now completed stocking the full range of amulets in the Mega Luxurious ‘Serp Dtamnan LP Noi’ edition from LP Jerd, of Suan Badibat Tam Po Sethee in Nakorn Pathom, with the most Luxurious series of Lockets and Wua / Kwai tanu Buchas we have ever seen.
Serb San Dtamnan Luang Por Noi edition amulets 2555 BE – Luang Por Jerd – Suan Badibat Tam Po Sethee
Wua Tanu and Kwai Tanu
Magic Occult Charms
Now to continue by giving you a small synopsis of just a few of the new arrivals in the store, from Laymasters and Master Monks of Maha Sanaeh Sorcery, and Khmer necromancy. This is of course the favorite area for Gamblers, Seducers and those seeking to Charm or receive more Compassion mercy and Friendliness in Social and the Professional Environments.
We are currently in the process of adding the various amulets in Luang por Goy’s Highly Awaited and twice before Highly Acclaimed ‘Kumarn Gao Gote’ edition. Click on the image to view the amulets of this edition, please be patient as we add them.
Kumarn Tong Gao Gote Final Edition 2556 BE – LP Goy Wat Khao Din Dtai
First added in the LP Goy Edition is the Khun Phaen Taw Paya Pan Mia, made using the last of LP Goys Famous Gao Gote Powders. Click images to view items in this article.
Khun Phaen Taw Paya Pan Mia Wicha Ba Cha Dta – Nuea Pong Prai Kumarn Gao Gote – Pim B 2 Takrut – ‘Kumarn Tong Gao Gote’ Final Edition 2556 BE – Luang Por Goy – Wat Khao Din Dtai
Other selection of Magic Charms already added;
More than 200 different new Magic Charms and Amulets are now arrived and being added, as we await two special editions of Fine Luxury Class Ongk Kroo Buddhist Amulets in the coming weeks, from Luang Por Jerd, a special Jao Sua Jumbo size edition amulets with masses of Takrut inserts and a Sethee Navagote Nine faces Buddha statuette inserted.
In addition, coming soon are some amazing Pid Ta amulets, Monk Coins and Tiger amulets with a Bucha statue of Luang Por sitting on two tigers as flagship of the series, from Luang Por Supoj. The Pid Ta come in Sacred Metals and Sacred Powders, also with Masses of Takrut, and the Suea Maha Amnaj Tiger on the rear face. We have discovered that many of our customers love this class and quality of amulet, despite their high price, and the fact that the last edition (Serp Dtamnnan LP Noi by Luang Por jerd) of such amulets, saw Thai shops double the price in 2 weeks of release of the edition, have also proved to be super collectible and speculative increase in value in short time periods is definite.
We have so many amulets and Bucha statues that we cant begin to even list in this article, so we shall get back to adding tthem to the store as fast as we can, for your enjoyment and perusal. We hope this Newsletter is to your liking and that it is satisfactory synopsis of the latest and upcoming editions, to give you a rough overview of what’s up on Thailand Amulets.