This is because of an olden days folklore of a place in the forest in what is now known as Bang Lamung (Chonburi), there was a place where woodcutters and hunters and other people who lived in the forests would have some huts, which was known as'Juk Gacher'. The word'Gacher' comes from ancient Khmer, and means'Tree'. The temple is also a lineage temple of Luang Phu Tim, which has practiced the same Wicha for amulet making, and is a sister temple thereof.
These coins are hence immensely favoured, and considered a historic edition of amulets of the Chonburi Master Lineages. The coins pay homage and Bucha to two of these great Chonburi Lineage Masters, and have been produced using the most sacred Chanuan Muan Sarn possible. Here is something about the temple of Wat Juk Gacher, that is told by the faithful devotees of Luang Por Rerm, which is indicative of Luang Por Rerm's great purity of practice as a Monk, which recodrs that all of the abbots who stayed at Wat Juk Gacher before Luang Por Rerm, disrobed and left the Sangha. It is said by believers, that only Luang Por Tong the original developer of the temple, Luang Por Khan and LP Rerm did not disrobe.Only Luang Por Rerm and Luang Por Khan and the succeeding Abbots remained until their deaths at the temple, but none of the preceding Abbots. The reason is said to be that the temple was built in a very haunted and wild area of forest, and that only a monk who was able to keep a high practice of purity would be able to survive the temple without disrobing. Thai Buddhist Amulet Power Can Help And Improve More Better Your Life To Do Anything Smoother And Easy. Help The Owner More Get Better Anything That Your Wish And Hope. Help And Protection Owner Change Bad Situation To Good. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Southeast Asia\Amulets". The seller is "amatasiam" and is located in this country: TH. This item can be shipped worldwide.