Phor Than Chin or Por Than Muang, Amphoe Muang, Changwat Yala is the only one that inherited Wichah (magic chant) from Phra Ah Jahn Wat Changhai. Por Than Chin was the disciple of Phra Ah Jahn Tim, although both of them are from different temples. Due to that, Phra Luang Poo Thuat chanted by Por Than Chin are also very popular. In BE2505, Phra Ah Jahn Tim, Por Than Chin, Luang Dtah Num and the District Head of Yala set out to pay respects to the holy places which had rested the body of Luang Poo Thuat during the transfer of his body from Ratthaiburi (a province belonged to Thailand in Malaysia at that time) to Thailand several hundreds years ago. There are a total 13 resting holy places. Whenever they reached one of the holy places, Ah Jahn Tim and Por Than Chin would sat in samadhi and requested Luang Poo Thuat permission to gather some soil from the holy ground. The soil was intended for the making of the first batch of amulets from Wat Muang. On 27th March BE2505, Ah Jahn Tim went to Wat Muang to create this batch of amulets. A total of 10,000 pieces were created more than one-month period. There are 3 different pim; Pim Yai Piset (Special Large mould), Pim Yai (large Mould) and Pim Lek (Small Mould) or also called Pim Phra Rohk. After creating the amulets, Ah Jahn Tim and Por Than Chin chanted the amulets. The amulets were later transported to Wat Changhai and chanted again on 19th May BE2505 during the chanting of Phra Luang Poo Thuat Lang Dtow Dtree and Lang Dtua Nangsue. This chanting was the biggest chanting ceremony ever held in Wat Changhai. The amulets were distributed to the devotees on that day. As such, many people misunderstood that this batch of amulets were from Wat Changhai and all of them rushed for the amulets inside the main hall. Some devotees were unable to enter the main hall, thus the amulets were distributed through the windows. Therefore, this batch of amulets from Wat Muang was called Phra Luang Poo Thuat Roon Nah Dtang (Window Batch). This batch of Luang Poo Thuat amulets from Wat Muang are so popular because firstly, the materials used were the soils from the holy places and mixed with Neua Wahn of BE2497. Secondly, the amulets were chanted during the chanting of Phra Luang Poo Thuat Lang Dtow Dtree and Lang Dtua Nangseu, which was the biggest chanting. Lastly, the fact that Ah Jahn Tim was the one who created this batch of amulets at Wat Muang. This batch of amulets was created from many holy materials including: 1) 108 types of holy herbs (Wahn) 2) Holy herbs (Wahn) from Wat Changhai 2497 batch of amulets given by Phra Ajahn Tim 3) Holy water from Luang Phor Ngern Wat Don Yai Hom The task of pressing the amulets using the moulds started from Khao Phansa 2505 under the supervision of Phra Ajahn Tim Wat Changhai. All monks, novices and Kammakan of Wat Muang took part in the creation of the amulets throughout the 3 month Phansa period. A total of 84000 pieces of herb amulets and 1000 pieces of medals were created. The consecration ceremony was held for 3 consecutive days on 18-20 October 2505. Phra Ajahn Tim performed the ceremony to invite the spirit of Luang Poo Thuad to descend upon the ceremony to confer blessings on the amulets. Besides that, many of the top monks of the period came to participate in the chanting as well. The total number was around 30-40 and the properties and scale of the ceremony was on par with those of Wat Changhai at that time. Some of the monks who came to participate include: 1) Phra Ajahn Tim, Wat Changhai, Pattani 2) Luang Poo Nak, Wat Rakhang, Bangkok 3) Luang Phor Jong, Wat Natang Nok, Ayutthaya 4) Luang Phor Tae, Wat Sam Ngam, Nakhon Pathom 5) Luang Phor Ngern, Wat Don Yai Hom, Nakhon Pathom 6) Luang Phor Thop, Wat Phra Phuttabat Khao Noi, Phetchabun 7) Luang Phor Samniang, Wat Weruwanaram, Nakhon Pathom 8) Luang Phor Nor, Wat Klang Tha Rua, Ayutthaya 9) Luang Phor Taem, Wat Bang Khae, Thonburi 10) Luang Phor Thong-yu, Wat Mai Nong Pa Ong, Samut Sakhon 11) Luang Phor Na, Wat Jang Wang Puang, Ayutthaya 12) Luang Phor Khienon, Samnak Tham Khun Naen, Phichit The creation of this batch of amulets was under the direction and supervision of Phra Ajahn Tim Wat Changhai right from the start till the end of the consecration.