[Let's Discuss & Share!] Lp Tim W.Lahanrai PhongPrai Sanehness

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    I am following some threads, as amulets or phraks produced by Lp Tim himself are more known for metta not really highlighting about saneh but there are other producers which amulets claiming to have Lp Tim Phong Prai Kuman are more Maha Saneh. Anyone can shed some light, the phongprai is really metta or saneh properties?
     
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    Morning Bro I think the main reason that Luang Pu Tim Isariko Wat Laharai's pong prai kuman is often associated with Metta and Saney is because of his famous and (very very expensive) evergreen Phra Khun Paen Pong Prai Kuman 2514-2517 batch as it was well-known fact amongst the Thai this was the finest if not one of the top Khun Paen created besides the antique Phra Khun Paen Wat Bangkrang and most Gurus like Luang Phor Sackorn, Luang Phor Tone, Luang Phor Sin, Luang Phor Choo and Ajahn Chinnaporn continue to create later batches of Phra Khun Paen which consist of the famous Pong Prai Kuman powder (Spirit Child) left over by Luang Pu Tim :)
     
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    Most Phra Khun Paen especially the mainstream types besides possessing Attraction and Charm powers do carry other properties like Weath and Luck and Protection as for the Pong Prai Kuman powder itself it is suppose to be "add-on" and "booster" to the Phra Khun Paen amulet itself as it allows the owner to receive spiritual assistance and protection from the Spirit Mother and Child in which the powder was originated from
     
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    A funny thing just happened to me after I made these 2 posts I went amoy street hawker centre and by chance met a uncle standing beside me waiting to buy drinks from same store and guess what he is wearing? Luang Phu Tim Phra Khun Paen Pong Prai Kuman Pim Lek! All encased in solid gold case with beri beri the thick gold chain + beri beri thick gold chain around his waist + big gold Rolex watch.... Jalan beri the Jalan...don't see much Singaporean wearing that ex Amulet out...when I ask him about his amulet walau he quickly smile and hide it... Uncle I not so desperate leh...relax lah...lol...uncle seems to treasure it more than anything on his body...ha ha ha
     
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    Morning. Based on my forum reading experience, I don't own Lp Tim KP, this famous KP or the Pong Prai is generally associated with metta and wealth but not saneh (or at least I didn't see people boost the super sanehness wearing it, metta yes). While alot of amulets not from W.Lahanrai lineage that claimed contain pongprai are so seneh-centred.
     
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    No loss Bro....mine sits in some box somewhere in a storeroom. Hope the storeroom gets metta and wealth :roflmao:
     
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    It is expensive today but he could have bought it back when it was still relatively affordable. If I am not mistaken, Luang Phor Tim amulets especially the Khun Paens were very popular among Malaysians and Singaporeans WAY before the Thais started this LP Tim craze. I am very certain you will find many 'yellow flesh' and 'black flesh' Khun Paens in the hands of Malaysian and Singaporean businessmen today. One would wonder if they were oblivious to the price rises recently?
     
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    Please check if it attracts dust :D
     
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    I am sure it does. All of them do :oops:
     
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    Nowadays genuine old-time amulets become "fake" and remakes become "real" with big certificates somemore....a lot of amulets claimed got pong prai kuman..so who can verify?....$$$ is the root of all evil...
     
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    Thai control the Thai amulet market not us, if you rent from me it's real if you didn't rent from me....different story liao...didn't you guys experience this? unless got photo proof (must be very clear) show Luang Pu Tim personally handover the KPPK in your hands then....all can diam diam...;)
     
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    My dream....:wait-onion-head-emoticon:

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    How long more are we going to be idiots in the Thai's amulets collections.
    I've been one, a damn idiots one. :mad: but now :D
     
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    :beg-onion-head-emoticon:
    Congrats Bro. At least now you awaken :beg-onion-head-emoticon::beg-onion-head-emoticon:
     
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    Awaken not yet bro, renting what I see as a piece of art work and nothing else.
    No more interested in what material, story or jalanness. :redface:
     
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    Ok Bro, at least you are mostly awaken then. At least now you collect based on knowledge of the item and appreciation of design and artwork. This is much much better than collecting based on 'supposed' functionalities :beg-onion-head-emoticon::beg-onion-head-emoticon::beg-onion-head-emoticon:
     
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    Nice piece. What is the 'scientific' explanation for the green colour? Mold, Rust...?
     
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    You meant the imaginary or perceived functionalities right? ;)
     
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    Mould as according to my sources, the temple (Wat Lahanrai) uses old-time gold paint which was used to paint olden Chinese Junks and temple décor to paint over some of the KPPK amulets some has both front and back, some just the front...over the years some of these KPPK with gold paint due to exposure to moisture, sunlight...other weathering elements causes these "green spots" some seasoned collectors do feedback that these are some of "trademarks" of the typical Luang Pu Tim KPPK with gold paint batches....that's my limited humble sharing...
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    I thought so too, based on this assumption, the phraks amulets or loop-oms without gold paint should not have green stain.
     
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