Phra LuangPu Thuad, Director mould B.E 2497

 

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Phra LuangPu Thuad , Herbal made

Director mould, B.E.2497

created by Archan Tim

Wat Changhai

Pattanee

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陀祖师佛像理事模

佛历2497年 阿曾添恭制

北大年越昌海佛寺

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Phra Luang Pu Thuad

圣僧龙菩陀祖师法相

(Thai: หลวงปู่ทวด)

Also known as Luang Pu Thuad, born 2125BE (1582CE), died 2225 BE (1682 CE) is a revered Buddhist monk who lived in Siam. He is said to have performed miracles.

History:

The biography of LuangPu Thuad is mentioned in early regional histories of Thailand but his story is mainly the stuff of oral histories. In southern Thailand, tales of the life of this famous monk has been passed on primarily by word of mouth. The story is a mix of many Buddhist elements: early signs, magic, travel, study, meditation, and eventual “sainthood.”

His movements throughout parts of the Southern peninsula constitute a unique path of pilgrimage for many believers.

Amulets

Many people in Thailand, Singapore, and Malaysia believe that amulets created in Luang Pu Thuad’s image hold great protective powers granting safety in times of distress, especially saving the lives of believers from seemingly fatal automobile accidents. Ajahn Tim Dharmataro, abbot of Wat Chang Hai is the pioneer creator of Phra Luang Pu Thuad amulets.

Older, sacred amulets of Luang Pu Thuad are considered priceless and very powerful.

LP Thuad’s image creator Ajahn Tim, Wat Changhai

LP Thuad Katha

LP Thuad Katha (chant) from Wat Changhai

Roughly translated it meant:

This chant is from the temple Wat Changhai ;

Namo Pothisato Akantimaya Itipakawa.

This chant can be apply on any LuangPu Thuad amulet, palms together to your chest level and recite 3 times. Best to chant on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

LuangPu Thuad is efficacious and will keep you safe from misfortune.

The initiation of LP Thuad votive tablets by AJ Tim, Wat Changhai in BE 2497 has hence provided miraculous protection to countless worshippers and has served as template for endless temples and monks to the current day.

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