luang phor thuad wat prasat 2506
 
Luang Phor Thuad Wat Prasat Bunyavas, Bangkok.
 
 
The amulet and altar amulets of Luang Phor Thuad of Wat Prasat are very popular among people , but the nomination of their batches , types and years is rather confused. Someone divides them from the moulds or from their substances but for me , i have to decide from specification which i am going to present to you following.
This story was told by Phra Kru Prasatanomagun ( Wichian Vajiro ) , the present abbot of Wat Prasat, who had concerned with the creation of these batches from the begining.
"At first, Wat Prasat was named Wat Khwid. Luang Phor Thuad as legend says used to make pilgrimage here. In the year 2498 B.E this Wat was on fire, everything was almost burnt up exepted a manse. All the monk and novices of the Wat were afflicted from lack of the place to perfom the Buddhist ceremony. Luang Phor Thuad came to tell Archan Tim in the dream requesting him to renovate Wat Khwid. Archan Tim looked for Wat Khwid for a long time and knew the place from the man who used to make the amulets of the iron's backside shape mould of H.R.H Prince Chaloempol Dikhamphorn. Archan Tim then joined with him and Phra Kru Smuh Amphol to have created Phra Luang Phu Thuad amulets at Wat Prasat Bunyavas.
The amulets were made in 2505 B.E and they were conscreated in 2506 B.E by , more than 200 chief monks of highest reverence , such as
- Luang Phor Chong of Wat Na Tang Nok
-Luang Phor San of Wat Serng Sang.
-Luang Phor Thian of Wat Kasattra Thiraj
-Luang Phor Toh of Wat Pradoocimplee
Apart from the creation in that year, there were many others amulets built afterwards, but using the original mould. So we could not divide them by decision from the mould. But the group which had gray substance were likely made in the first period. ( for mixing a lof of buddhist powder of somdej bangkhunprom and phong buddhaguna or other consecrated powders.)
The abbot add that Luang Phor Thuad of Wat Prasat with white substances in the first time were not mixed with medicinal herbs and soil. for they were easy to make by hand moulded. The white substance were all mixed with the pure phong somdej powder. for the gray substance , they were mixed with a lot of phong somdej, so the substance becoem gray.
The last amulets were made in the year 2508 B.E There are 2 types , white substances and pink substance, but the white substance in the later period were different from the white substance at the other time before this, that is to say they were rough and weren't dry like the earlier white substance which were mixed with pure Phong Somdej Powders.
The first of the amulets with white substance exited only large mould but he white substance later were have many different moulds. Luang Phor Thuad of Wat Prasat possess the best compound substances and express with the Buddhist consecrated virtues. So it is advised to be a must to grab this amulet. It is rare expensive in current market and many duplicated aroud market.
In the year B.E.2506, Wat Prasat was almost totally destroyed by a fire which broke out in the temple. After the massive damage was done, a mass chanting ceremony was organised to help raise funds for the rebuilding of the temple. Many types of amulets were consecrated and they were chanted twice in B.E.2506. The chanting was first held continuously for 3 days and 3 nights from the 6th to 9th of March B.E.2506. The second time was held for 4 days and 4 nights from the 13th to 15th of November B.E.2506.
Some of the basic components in the amulet consist of:
 
- Broken fragments of Somdej Wat Bangkhunphrom
- Soil from 4 holy places of the Buddha's time
- Mineral ore
- Phong Itije (Prosperity), Phong Maharaj, Phong Puttamang
- Nur Din (Soil)
- See Pheung (Lip Wax)
- Wahn Jampasak (Power, Authority, Prestige)
- Raw Leklai (metal charm believed to melt at candle temperature)
- Holy metal plates that were used to write Yantras
 

Mass chanted by many top monks of that era. Hundreds of monks attended the blessing ceremony including some of the most famous monks ever known in Thai history.
Amulet were made from a mixture of very auspicious components including fragments of many ancient amulets, Somdej BangKhunProm, Somdej Wat Rakhang and Luang Phor Thuad B.E.2497.

LP Nak of Wat Rakhang
LP Hin of Wat Rakhang
Pra Ajahn Tim of Wat Chang Hai
LP Toh of Wat Praduchimplee
LP Ngern of Wat Don-yai-hom
LP Pae of Wat Pikultong
LP Tim of Wat Lahan-rai
LP Jong of Wat Nartangnok
LP Perm of Wat Klangbangkaew
LP Tae of Wat Sam-Ngam
LP Doo of Wat Sakae
LP Top of Wat Chondan
LP Daeng of Wat Khaobandai-it
LP Mui of Wat Donrai
LP Kuay of Wat Kositaram
LP Prom of Wat Chongkair
LP Thongsook of Wat Sapansoong
LP Klai of Wat Suan Kun
LP Dit of Wat Paksra
LP Noi of Wat Dharmasala
LP Nai of Wat Banjang
LP Keaw of Wat Songbon
LP Si of Wat Sakair
LP Boi of Wat Manao
LP Num of Wat Donsala
LP Seng of Wat Kalaya
LP Tira of Wat Parlaylai
LP Boonmi of Wat Kaosamorkorn
LP Rian of Wat Bang-rahong
LP Kern of Wat Sungko
LP Cham of Wat Nualnoradit
LP Nor of Wat Klangtarur
LP Pol of Wat Tiantut
LP Tor of Wat Namatoom
LP Chern of Wat Yansen
LP Sood of Wat Kalong
LP Nerng of Wat Julamani
LP Ki of Wat Hoochang
LP Kaew of Wat Chonglom
LP Gun of Wat Khaokaew
LP Tongyoo of Wat Mai-nongpa-ong
LP Toon of Wat Bhotinimit
Chao kun Jia of Wat Bhoti
Chao kun Prayat of Wat Suthat
LP Dee of Wat Nuer
LP Kak of Wat Huakhao
LP Yim of Wat Jaojed
LP Ming of Wat Gok
LP Hiang of Wat Par
LP Juan of Wat Nongsoom
LP Un of Wat Prayat
LP Tium of Wat Kasatratirach
LP Sorn of Wat Singsarng
LP Tan of Wat Dharmsen
LP Tian of Wat Bost
LP Nin of Wat Kornburi
LP Tong-yoo of Wat Tasao
LP Budda of Wat Klangchoosri
LP Mian of Wat Bhotikajao