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Sunday, August 15, 2010

Luang Pu Thuad Versus Thuad Marn


The feature amulet was created and blessed by Achan Nong, Wat Sai Khao, Pattani province. This was Achan Nong’s early series of amulets and was made and blessed in BE 2507.  ( year 1964 )

Achan Nong had invited Achan Thim of Wat Chang Hai to help him to bless and evoke the sacred power into these amulets. A ceremony was organized at Wat Chang Hai and attended by some of the most powerful monks of that era including; 

Luang Phor Krai,
Luang Phor Lindum ,
Luang Phor Sittichai,
Luang Phor Marn
etc

Many people missed interpret of this Achan Nong BE 2507 creation as Luang Phor Thuad. This BE 2507 series was named as THUAD MARN and not LUANG PU THUAD or LUANG PU THUAD MARN as claimed as some of irresponsible amulets dealer. This amulet called THUAD MARN because of the depicted image is not LUANG PU THUAD but Achan Marn – Achan Nong old time gurus. 

Besides this Thuad Marn, there’re several batches of Achan Nong’s THUAD MARN amulets series, such as;

SONG ( 2 ) THUAD 


( image taken from Achan Nong's amulets reference book )

SAM (3 ) THUAD
Featuring the images of Luang Pu Thuad, Thuad  Sithi Chai and Thuad Marn



 ( image taken from Achan Nong's amulets manual book )

So for novice amulet collectors please bare in mind that, this BE 2507 amulet was made by Achan Nong and joined blessed by Achan Thim BUT it’s not Luang Pu Thuad but Thuad Marn instead.

Some of the irresponsible dealers / sellers sold this Thuad Marn as Luang Pu Thuad amulet and charged them with the price up to their nose. Another thing to bear in mind is, this Achan Nong creation ( blessed by Achan Thim ), Thuad Marn gained less popularity among Thais amulets collector as it's not sacred Luang Pu Thuad images. 

For novice collectors, DO NOT ACCEPT or just CALL OFF  the deal, if you are offered of this Thuad Marn as Luang Pu Thuad and with the price up to your nose.
( accept only if under RM 150 perhaps .......ha ha ha )

Sacred materials used were :

i. Pong ( powder ) of Wanj 108
ii. Pong Din Kark-Yayuk
iii. Pong Bai Lan
iv. Sacred powder of Achan Tim of Luang Pu Thuad B.E.2497 amulets
v. Pong Khao Niaw Dum, believed to protect worshippers from weapons and bullets.

All materials were mixed  and pressed into the moulds by Achan Tim and Achan Nong himself. The amulets then were invited back to Wat Sai Khao to be reblessed with sacred spells by Achan Nong and Achan Thim to further increase its power and efficacy. 

According to the Thais, they believed that this Thuad Marn bring the “prosperity” meaning and connotation. Thus, all wearers of this Thuad Marn would also be blessed with wealth and prosperity.

SOMETHING TO BE PONDERED WITH.......

THUAD MARN, still one of  a SUPERB stuff of late Achan Nong and Achan Thim. If you wanna keep some of OLD,  EFFECTIVE, CHEAP yet GREAT stuff  created by Achan Nong and Achan Thim then THUAD MARN will be a good choice to be considered of.



Merely Sharing, Correct Me If I'm Wrong......

sabbe satta sukhita hontuk !
shadu ! shadu !

wie.sukhihotu2010 !

2 comments:

  1. Are u sure it is only worth below RM 150 , if you have , get me ten , I give u Rm200 / pc

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  2. HI, KINDLY LOOK AT THE DATE OF THE BLOG POST.
    IF YOU WERE HERE 6 OR 7 YEARS BACK, I CAN GET IT FOR YOU. FORSURE ! NOT JUST TEN BUT 20 WITH RM150 PER PIECE. CHEERS !

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