Phra Khun Paen Kleurb, Luang Phor Aan, Wat Phrayatikaram, B.E.2496
Luang Phor Aan was born in B.E.2435 and was ordained in B.E.2456. He was a direct disciple and successor of Luang Phor Klan Wat Phrayatikaram, Ayuthaya and was the principal disciple who helped produce Luang Phor Klan's 1st batch medal in B.E.2469, which is still one of the top medals in Thailand currently. Luang Phor Aan inherited all of Luang Phor Klan's knowledge in magical science and also subsequently create various medals of his respected teacher Luang Phor Klan. Luang Phor Aan only created medals of his own image from the year B.E.2494 onwards.
Every batch of Luang Phor Aan consecrated amulets had experiences of miracles such as Kong Krapan Chatri (invulnerability), Kleaw Klaad (averting danger) and Metta Mahaniyom (popularity and congeniality). Luang Phor Aan was very popular and compassionate and never refused any requests for help from anyone and agreed to participate in any consecration ceremony that he was invited. Disciples of Luang Phor Aan always asked him why he continued blessing daily the amulets he consecrated and without fail even though the amulets have already went through the main consecration ceremony. He replied that he will keep blessing them as he felt that the amulets "powers" were not yet maximised and he will continue blessing them until he feels that the amulets have been completely filled up with "power". Luang Phor Aan passed away peacefully in the year B.E.2512.
Phra Khun Paen Kleurb, Phim Ok Yai
In B.E.2496, Luang Phor Aan created a batch of Phra Khun Paen Kleurb (glazed) amulets in 2 forms, namely Phim Ok Yai (large chest style) and Phim Khaen Onn (slender arms style). The style is similar to Phra Khun Paen Kleurb of Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon, which is the No.1 Phra Khun Paen in Thailand and valued in the millions of baht. The ingredients composed mainly of broken fragments from various Phra Kru (pagoda cache) such as Phra Khun Paen Kleurb Kru Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon, Phra Kru Wat Tah Krai, Phra Khon Samoh, Phra Khun Paen Bai Phutsa, Phra Kring Khlong Takien, Phra Luang Phor Toh, Phra Luang Phor Parn Wat Bang Nom Kho, Phra Wat Khusalod, various famous broken amulets of Bangkok, etc. After consecrating and blessing for 3 months, the amulets were then passed to Luang Phor Jong Wat Natangnok and Luang Pu See Wat Sakae to chant continuously for 3 days and 3 nights.
Phra Khun Paen Kleurb is one of Luang Phor Aan's most famous amulets and very sought after by collectors due to its material composition and of the great masters who were involved in the creation and consecration. Most importantly, it is most famous and popular for its Metta Mahaniyom effects which is proven and continually believed by Phra Khun Paen amulets collectors. However, the quantity made was not many, in approximately few thousand pieces but many have been damaged over the years due to the material's inherent properties. Moreover, the imitations have already flooded the market in the very early years as there were many miracles reported on this batch of Phra Khun Paen Kleurb. Today, it is not easy to spot or find a genuine piece and is even much more difficult to find a piece for rent in champion condition as the one shown above, with features totally intact and in original untampered condition. The piece shown above had won 2nd placing in 2 competitions held previously.
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