Phra Rian Yaan yak roon Sao 5 Nuea Thong Daeng protection Thai amulet from the venerable Luang Pho Choen Boonyasiri (Phra Mongkoln Warajahn), in his lifetime abbot of Wat Khog Thong, Amphoe Phak Hai, Changwat Ayutthaya, Thailand from the 23.3.39 (1996).
Luang Pho Choen belonged to the greatest masters of the Visha (Buddhist magic) of Thailand. He learnt the magic arts from the most famous monks of his time, among others from Luang Phu Suk Gesaroh, abbot of Wat Pak Klong Makham Thao in Chainat, from Luang Pho Parn, Luang Pho Dschong and Luang Pho Klan. His amulets count among the most effective in Thailand.
The amulet shows the venerable Luang Pho Choen with the stroke "Phra Khru Wichai Prasittikhun (Luang Pho Choen) Sao BE 2539" on the front.
The back shows a Yak, a temple guard who protects the wearer of the amulet from danger, misfortune and all negative things and repels dangers, attacks and misfortune from the owner. The stroke is: "Pitthi Suad Yaan Yak Wat Khog Thong Amphoe Phak Hai".
The amulet was consecrated by Luang Pho Choen and 8 further monks as well as by several hundred laymen on the 23.3.39. For this especially strong and protecting kind of the consecration a "grid" of Sai Sin Mongkoln, a white consecrated thread is tighened over the heads of the laymen (see example photo). Then from this grid a Sai Sin leads to the head of every layman. The consecration monks are holding the end of the "grid threads" in their hands.
The amulet is in a silvery metal casing, height approx. 4.1 cm, width approx. 2.5 cm, thickness approx. 1.4 cm and weight approx. 15 grammes. The amulet is delivered together with the original temple amulet box which is marked as follows: "Luang Pho Choen Pitthi Suad Yaan Yak Ruun Sao 5 Wat Khog Thong Changwat Ayutthaya 23.3.39".