THAI AMULET Phra Pidta Luang Phor Cron Wat BangSae in Southern of Thailand.

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THAI AMULET Phra Pidta Luang Phor Cron Wat BangSae in Southern of Thailand
PHRA PIDTA LP CRON is the only famous monk in making Amulet and Talisman who lived outside Thailand. He went into priesthood in Wat BangSae in Kelantan of Malaysia. His fame expanded all over southern of Thailand. LP Cron was one of Thailand most famous Monk in making Phra Pidta ( Closed Eyes Monk Amulet).
Thai Master Monk Luang Por Cron of Kalantan Malaysia Wat BangSae Temple in Southern of Thailand
Luang Por Crons most famous amulet is the Pid Ta Nuea Pong (powder) Kluk Rak (covered in red lacquer). Luang Por began to make the Pra Pid Ta Kluk rak amulets as of 2480 BE. The making method was that of molding each amulet by hand. It is very very rare to find an authentic example of this amulet and can consider than 90 percent of all you will encounter are fake. The first edition was made in 2500 BE and the second edition wa smade in 2505 BE. This is (arguably) the most expensive amulet of South Thailand in the Niyom Category of Pra Krueang (amulets).
The Pid Ta amulet is famous for Metta Mahaniyom power. Luang Por Cron was Abbot of Wat Bang Sae in Kalantan, Malaysia. He made many Pid Ta amulets which were so very preferred (‘Niyom’).
It is said in Thai Amulet circles that, in the same way thet we prefer the Pra Somdej Wat Rakang as a Niyom amulet, so, in Malaysia and even Singapore, the Pra Pid Ta of Luang Por Cron is just as sought after and beloved.
It is said that despite the fact that most of the surrounding households in the vicinity of Luang Por Crons temple were Muslim, that he earned their respect and was an honored person.
He was not called Luang Por Cron by Malays, as we call him in Thailand, rather, was named ‘Tok Raja’, which means ‘ as equal to the Sangha Raja’
Tok Raja Luang Phor Cron backside Wat Uttamaram or Wat Bang Sae, Pasir Mas, Kelantan, Malaysia.
Phra Pidta in Thai means 'eye closing'. The meaning of Phra Pidta is to be indifferent to all external temper and emotions. A Thai believes that by carrying this type of amulet might balance his/her internal emotions to be stable, and to bring unexpected fortune and wealth!
One of the most distinctive-looking tablet among all available Thai votive images is Phra Pitta or simply as "Pitta". It can easily be recognized as the image has a round structure with his pair of hand covering the face which could misled many to believe it was a ritual image rather than a formal religious image that relates to Buddhism. However, the origin of this was believed to be a form of evolution through the transformation of the God of Fortune, or Sangajayana - popularly referred to as "Sangaja" by some locals. Phra Pitta has many forms, sizes and even the choice of materials in producing this image. Older versions may be produced with the combination of either holy powder (probably the most common types of material used) or with metals such as silver, iron and in some cases, or wood.
Thai people believes the image of Buddha have magic power and
especially powerful in protecting the owner from evil forcesand misfortune.
Who have this amulet can bring you happiness and protect dangerous
and secure good fortune for the owner.
Money and prestige will come in unexpected.
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