Pra Somdej, Kaow Chan, Na Gae. A stunning amulet cared from elephant bone (Surin being the home of the Thai elephant ) This is not ivory but the carving is fine giving it the same appearance Pra Somdej for multiple bessings including Metta, Metta Mahaniyom, Kongkrapan. Only a few of these pims were hand carved and as such are extremely rare
Luang Pu Hong Phrompanyo
At age 20, he was ordained as a Phra Song, and given the name Phrompanyo, which means the wisdom of Phra Phrom. In the Buddhist tradition, Phra Phrom (also known as Brahma) is known as Brahma Sahampati. It was he who pleaded with the Buddha to teach the Dhamma to human beings after his Englightenment. Steeped deeply in the dust of their own ignorance, and imprisoned by worldly desires, humans were too ensconced in enjoyment, strife and their wayward ways. The Buddha was unsure if his insights would even be understood, much less understood by them. Brahma Sahampati urged the Buddha to share the secret of liberation with them, as the appearance of such an Enlightened Being is rare, and should he forgo the opportunity to do so, it would be a long, long time before such a person would again appear for the benefit of humans. The miracle experienced by young Luang Phi Hong was akin to this incident described in the scriptures, thus earning him the name Phrompanyo.
Luang Phor Hong was exceedingly diligent in his studies of the Dhamma. He adhered strictly to the doctrines laid out by the Buddha. He also acquired knowledge of Arkhom from various masters during his Tudong travels. During his these travels, he undertook ascetic practices and travelled to many places to study wicha Arkhom, especially in the graveyards of the Kukhan area in Changwat Srisaket, infamous for being The Land of Black Magic.
He also travelled to Cambodia, where he became well versed in dark arts, receiving tutelage from renowned necromancers there. Luang Phor Hong possessed a myriad of esoteric knowledge such as Mahaseneh (Love spells) and Kongkrapan Chatri (Invulnerability spells). Even though he undertook ascetic practices alone, he always emerged unscathed, despite the many perils of the forest like injuries
Luang Pu Hong passed away peacefully on 5th March 2557 at age 97, having completed 77 Pansa