2564 Luangpu Thuad Amulet – Blessed by Wat Chang Hai
Luang Pu Thuat Amulet Set.
(Consecrated Wat Chang Hai)
Include: 1x LP Thuad Yantra Card. 1x Amulet. 1x Sai Sin (blessed string bracelet). 1 x Phayant (Cloth Yantra)
Amulet material: Magical Sacred Herb with sacred iron ore
Year Made: 2563 (2020)
Luang Pu Thuat (Thai: หลวงปู่ทวด), also known as Luang Pu Thuad, Luang Por Tuad, Luang Phu Tuad, and various other spellings. Luang Pu Thuat was born in 1582 (2125 BE) and died in1682 (2225 BE) He is a revered Buddhist monk who lived in Siam. He is said to have performed miracles.
Luang Pu Thuad is mentioned in the early regional histories of southern Thailand, but his life is mainly preserved in oral traditions. Stories of the famous monk were passed on by word of mouth for centuries. As a result, it is a mixture of Buddhist elements: early signs, alleged magic, travel, study, meditation and eventual “sainthood.”
His movements throughout the southern Thai peninsula constitute a path of pilgrimage for many of his followers.
Luang Pu Thuat has also been said to have saved countless lives of people be it the battlefield, car accidents, armed robbery or more with his sacred amulets.
Many people in Thailand, Singapore and Malaysia believe that amulets depicting Luang Pu Thuad hold great protective powers granting safety in times of distress, especially saving the lives of believers from seemingly fatal automobile accidents.
The first batch of Luang Pu Thuad amulets was made in 2497 BE (1954). It consisted entirely of amulets made from herbs (nuea wan). This is the most famous batch of Laung Pu Thuad amulets because it was the first batch; it is referred to as the 2497 batch.
All amulets were made of herbs and powder. Subsequently, more amulets were made and coin (rian) variations were added (2500, 2504 etc.). The next most famous batch of amulets was produced in 2505 BE. This batch is famous for the new type of Luang Pu Thuad amulet which was cast in the shape of a traditional iron.