Phra Pidta “Kanook Kang” – Luang Pu Tohk – Year 2522 B.E. – Ner Bailarn (Two Silver Takruts Variant)
Name: Phra Pidta “Kanook Kang”
Blessed by: Luang Pu Tohk
Temple: Wat Pradu Chim-Plee, Bangkok
Year: 2522 B.E. ( 1979 A.D. )
Material made: Made of Ner Bailarn with Two Silver Takruts embedded (Burnt Scriptures and Holy Materials)
EXCELLENT AND TIP TOP CONDITION!
LESS THAN 4,000 PIECES MADE IN THE WORLD!
Easily one of the most iconic Phra Pidta amulets made by Luang Pu Tohk.
The word “Kanook Kang” literally translates to Flanking Flames, which means flames on both sides.
The flame-like design symbolically means to bless the bearer with light at all times while repelling and negating negative energies.
This beautiful item is made of Ner Bailarn with Two Silver Takruts embedded on the bottom of the amulet. Ner Bailarn is a mixture of burnt scriptures and holy materials.
Blessed in a grand ceremony in Year 2522 B.E., a miracle was witnessed by people involved in the ceremony.
“A fire occured at the altar caused by fallen candles! Miraculously, when the fire reached the amulets that were
being consecrated, it stopped abruptly!” – excerpts from LP Tohk’s book
Condition of the amulet is beyond excellent. All features of the amulet are highly distinctive.
Multiple strands of “Gae-Sah” (Luang Pu Tohk’s Hair) scattered in the front and back of the amulet!
Almost flawless! Overall texture immaculately preserved!
Inclusive of a custom made SOLID GOLD framing!
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