This is a VHTF, unused Phim KheeNok, Wat BangNomkho, Ayuthaya, B.E.
2518, with full orginal Yan Kropetch holy powder of LP Parn and
Luesie Lingdam. The amulet was created in commemoration of 100th
anniversary of the birth of LP Parn (B.E. 2418-2481).
Phim KheeNok = riding bird mold ( Nok = bird )
It's amazing that Phim KheeNoks of B.E.2460 version by LP Parn have
been easy to find than any other molds (viz rooster, garuda,
Hanuman, porcupine, and fish).
But for Luesie Lingdam's version, Phim KheeNoks are harder to find
than all other molds.
Roosters (Gai) and birds
(Nok) are animal of diligence. Roosters always use a leg
scrambling for food while birds are animal of early morning fly-up
to sky striving for food. Birds fly to every place where the food
lies below. A bird is a symbol of wealth as same as a rooster.
So, wearing Phim KheeGai or KheeNok - there is no difference.
The amulets of this batch were initiated and blessed by LP Luesie
Lingdam for Wat BangNomkho where LP Urai Kittisaro (Phrakru
WiharnKijjanuyut) was the Abbot of the temple at that time.
LP Luesie Lingdam, a
closest disciple of LP Parn, was the former Abbot of Wat BangNomkho
during B.E. 2492-2500.
LP Urai succeeded the
Abbotship after LP Luesie Lingdam and administrated Wat BangNomkho
during B.E. 2503-2544.
The most importance is
that the old Yan Kropetch holy powder of LP Parn which was well kept
in the temple for a very long years was brought to make the amulets
of this batch.
Yan Kropetch holy powder of LP Parn and LP Luesie Lingdam were mixed
together and then filled in the amulets' top hole.
After consecration ceremony the amulets were distributed at both Wat
BangNomKho and Wat Thasung where LP Luesie Lingdam lived and was the
Abbot. And they were also distributed at Baan Sailom-- a Dhamma
house in Bangkok where LP Luesie Lingdam also often came to teach
Dhamma to his layman disciples and general people.
Baan Sailom Dhamma house was dedicated by Air
Force LT General Serm Sooksawas, a very important layman disciple of
LP Luesie Lingdam, for Dhamma teaching purpose.
The properties and efficacies of the amulets of this batch are such
as KlaewKlaad, Metta, carreer progress, business prosperity, wealth
& fortune etc--the same and equally to LP Parn's old stuffs because
LP Luesie Lingdam performed the same blessing technique as his
teacher (LP Parn)'s. The blesser--LP Luesie Lingdam had meditated
utmost reaching Nipphan state, and then invited Lord Buddhas of all
epochs to charge holy power for the amulets.
The price of LP Parn's old amulets is now very expensive. You have
to pay a large sum of money upto THB 1,000,000 to own a Phim KheeGai
HarngPuang (rooster mold of clustered tail). The above LP Luesie
Lingdam's Phim KheeNok is a substitution amulet but with so much cheaper and
recommended because its properties & efficacies are the same as the
expensive LP Parn's B.E.2460 stuffs.
LP Luesie Lingdam was a high ranking monk. His full monkhood name
was Phra RajPhromyarn. He was a closest disciple of LP Parn, Wat
BangNomkho and also ordained by LP Parn. He had learned Buddhakom
and ultra Dhamma practices with his teacher, and later became the
Abbot of Wat BangNomkho during B.E. 2492-2500.
It was he who first disclosed LP Parn's biography to the public, and
almost all of LP Parn's biography we know were from his mouth. And
also it was he who taught the Rich
Katha and the Enhanced
version to people.
LP Luesie Lingdam was always in Jhana (highly meditative) state, his
sixth senses and miraculous ability were fully alert all the time.
He had magic eyes & ears that could see and hear what ordinary
people could not. He could foresee future events correctly. He
learned Supra Dhamma directly from Lord Buddha by meditating deeply
and making out-of-body to Nipphan celestial where Lord Buddhas
present. He created various amulets with the guidance of Lord
LP Luesie Lingdam had made Dhamma journey to upper provinces for a
long years and later settled at the nearly deserted Wat Thasung,
Uthai Thani, in B.E.2511. The great LP later became the Abbot of Wat
Thasung and led people to help construct the temple successfully.
LP Luesi Lingdam passed away in B.E. 2535 at the age of 75. His body
is immortal-- undecomposed--the same as his teacher (LP Parn).