Rare amulet B.E.2475 Phra Kaewmorakot alpaca coin in circle shape
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Name: Phra Kaewmorakot alpaca coin in circle shape
From: Wat Phra Srirattana Saksadaram, Bangkok
Year of create: B.E.2475 (C.E.1932)
Material of amulet: this powerful Buddha amulet created from alpaca.
Size of amulet: diameter 2.3 cm
Ceremony: there were top monks around Thailand joined to bless Phra Kaewmorakot amulet on auspicious day inside Buddhist church of Wat Phra Srirattana Saksadaram such as Somdej Phrar Sangkharaj of Wat Ratchaborphit, Somdej Pae of Wat Suthat, Somdej Phra Phutthajarn Nuam of Wat Anongkharam, Somdej Khem of Wat Pho, LP Khong of Wat Sompangam, LP Boon of Wat Klang Bangkaew, LP Rod of Wat Thungsrimueng, LP Phoom of Wat Bang Kko, LP Phring of Wat Bang Prakok and other.
Power: Thais believe Phra Kaewmorakot amulet can bring happiness, successful, progression, wealth and good luck to worshiper.
Special: there is holy Yant in the back of amulet to increase powerful.
History of Phra Kaewmorakot:
Historical sources indicate that the statue surfaced in northern Thailand in the Lanna kingdom in 1434. One account of its discovery tells that lightning struck a chedi in Wat Pa Yia (Bamboo Forest Monastery, later renamed Wat Phra Kaew) in Chiang Rai, revealing a Buddha covered with stucco inside. The Buddha was then placed in the abbot’s residence, who later noticed that stucco on the nose had flaked off, revealing a green interior. The abbot removed the stucco and found a Buddha figure carved from a green semi-precious stone, which became known as Phra Kaew Morakot or in English the Emerald Buddha. (“Emerald” refers to its “green colour” in Thai, not its composition.) Some art historians describe the Emerald Buddha as belonging to the Chiang Saen Style of the 15th century AD, which would mean it is of Thai Lanna origin.
Wat Phra Kaeo in Chiang Rai, where the Emerald Buddha was found
King Sam Fang Kaen of Lanna wanted it in his capital, Chiang Mai, but the elephant carrying it insisted, on three separate occasions, on going instead to Lampang. This was taken as a divine sign, and the Emerald Buddha stayed in Lampang in a specially-built temple (now Wat Phra Kaeo Don Tao) for the next 32 years. In 1468, it was moved to Chiang Mai by King Tiloka, where it was kept in a niche in a large stupa called Chedi Luang.
The Emerald Buddha remained in Chiang Mai until 1552, when it was taken to Luang Prabang, then the capital of the Lao kingdom of Lan Xang. Some years earlier, the crown prince of Lan Xang, Setthathirath, had been invited to occupy the vacant throne of Lanna as his mother was the daughter of the king of Chiang Mai who had died without a son. However, Prince Setthathirath also became king of Lan Xang when his father, Photisarath, died. He returned home, taking the revered Buddha figure with him.
Haw Phra Kaew in Vientiane where it was held for 214 years
In 1564, King Setthathirath moved it to Vientiane, which he had made his new capital due to Burmese attacks and where the Buddha image was housed in Haw Phra Kaew. The Buddha image would stay in Vientiane for the next 214 years.
In 1779, the Thai General Chao Phraya Chakri put down an insurrection, captured Vientiane and took the Emerald Buddha to Siam. It was installed in a shrine close to Wat Arun in Thonburi, its new capital. Chao Phra Chakri then took over the reins and founded the Chakri Dynasty of Rattanakosin Kingdom. He adopted the title Rama I and shifted his capital across the Menam Chao Phra river to its present location in Bangkok, and constructed the new Grand Palace including Wat Phra Kaew within its compound. Wat Phra Kaew was consecrated in 1784, and the Emerald Buddha was moved with great pomp and pageantry to its current home in the ubosot of the Wat Phra Kaew temple complex on 22 March1784
(Reference from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emerald_Buddha)
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