Thursday, August 6, 2009

Archan Toh, Wat Prasat 2506

Private Collection:

Name: Archan Toh

Issue Temple: Wat Prasat

Consecration Date: 2506 (1963)

Chanted by: Mass chanted by many top monks of that era. Click here for a list of main monks involved in the chanting.

Powder: Black Wahn and sacret Powder mixed with lots of old somdej Toh Wat Rakhang powder. Click here for a list of main ingredient used.

Competition: 3rd Prize

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Wat PRasat Somdej Toh Pattern 2506

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Somdej Phra Koo Moon Pattern, Wat Prasat 2506 (1st Placing)

Private Collection:
Name: Somdej Phra Koo Moon

Issue Temple: Wat Prasat Boon Ya wart

Consecration Made: 2506 (1963)
Totally 2 times;
(1) 6th – 9th March 1963, there were well-known 234 Luang pos coming to chant, fully 4 days 4 nights.
(2) 13th – 15th November 1963, there were well known 108 Luang pos coming to consecrate, fully 3 days 3 nights.

Powder: Whitish Green, mixture of old Wat Rakhang and Bangkumprom powder

Production objective: Rebuild temple, store amulets into Chedi and give away to people who join the amulet consecration ceremony.

Competition: 1st Prize

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Main materials mixed in the Wat Phra Sart Boon Ya Wart’s amulets
1. Wat Ra Kang Somdej powder (consecrated by Ajarn Toa of Wat Ra Kang)

2. Broken-piece of Somdej Bang Koon Phom ( Or Wat In Tra La Wi han)
3. Chanted powder by Luang por Sod of Wat Pak Nam, Bangkok
4. Loog aom (holy ball) consecrated by Luang po Nim of Wat Noi, Supanbuiri. (His amulets are also in list of top amulet from Supanburi province, land of Baan Krang Kun Pane amulet)
5. Broken-piece of Somdej Wat Pup (One of the top Somdejs in Thailand)
6. Soil taken from where Lord Buddha born in India
7. Holy soil from Wat Chang Hai, Pattani province
8. 109 holy herbs throughout Thailand
9. Lek Lai powder given by Luang po Sorn of Wat Tung Sa Wang Serng Sang, Nakonratchasrima pronvice. (One of the top Luang pos from North East area at that time)
10. Broken-piece Somdej of Wat Sam Pherm, Bangkok (one of the top Somdejs in Bangkok)
11. Left-over powder from Somdej Pao amulets (Made in 1952)
12. Broken-piece Luang poo Thaud image amulet made since 1954 (herbal-powder amulet)
13. Broken-piece of Phra Lampoon from Lampoon province (one of the tops amulet from Northern part of Thailand)
14. Holy mineral grains throughout Thailand.
15. Holy and black soil as main material to make 1st Luang po Thaud 1954 batch from Pattani province.
16. Broken- piece Phra Kru (found-in-Chedi amulet) from Supanburi province.
17. Broken- piece Phra Kru (found-in-Chedi amulet) of Wat Am Pha Wa (One of the top amulet in Samutsongkam province.
18. metal grain leaf over from making well-known Phra Kling of Wat Su Tart (Legend of Phra Kling in Thailand, one of the top Phra Kling amulets in Thailand)19. Consecrated powder by Luang poo Nak of Wat Ra Khang, Bangkok province etc.

Those well-known Luang pos that came to consecrated the amulets such as;

1. Luang po Tim of Wat Chang Hai, Pattani province
2. Luang poo Nak of Wat Ra Kang, Bangkok province
3. Luang poo Toh of Wat Pha Doo Chim pee, Bangkok
4. Luang po Pae of Wat Phi Koon Thong, Singburi province
5. Luang po Tae of Wat Sam Ngam, Nakonphatom province
6. Chao Kun Pon of Wat Nang, Bangkok. (His medal is one of the top medal amulets in Thai amulet society)
7. Luang po Noi of Tham Ma Sa La, Nakonphatom province. (His “Rahu” amulet is one of the top Rahu amulets in Thailand)
8. Luang po Jong of Wat Na Thang Nok, Ayutthaya province. (His Takut and 1st medal are one of the south-after amulets nowadays)
9. Luang po Ngen of Wat Don Yai Hom, Nakonphatom province. (His 1st batch medal is now one of the top medal in Thai amulet society)
10. Luang poo Doo of Wat Sa Kae, Ayutthaya province
11. Luang po Thit of Wat Pha Rat Rai, Supanburi province.
12. Luang po Moi of Wat Don Rai, Supanburi province etc.


Luang Phor Nak, Wat Rakhang, Pim Prok Poh (1st Placing)

Private Collection:

Name: Somdej LP Nak, Prok Poh

Chanted by: LP Nak, Wat Rakhang
Consecration Date: 2485
Condition: Perfect
Powder: Sacret Powder mix with large amount of Somdej Toh old WRK powder

Competition: 1st Prize

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Luang Phor Parn, Wat Ban Nam Kho, Somdej Pim Nok (4th Placing)

Private Collection:

Name: Somdej LP Parn, Pim Nok, Samathi Mold, Niyom with 2 line katha
Temple issue: Wat Ban Nam Kho, Ayuthaya
Consecration Date: 2460
Condition: Top phong wichi still in tact. Perfect condition. Free from repair or alteration

Competition: 4th Placing

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Katha for Chaosua

Katha for Chaosua - LP Boon

Nakmo Tassa Bagavato Arahato Samma Samput Taksak (3 times)

Om Pak Lang Wa, Ra Chak Gu Ma Ro Wa,
Ra Chak Gu Ma Ri Wa, Ark Kak Ma He Si Wa,
Tay Wit Wa, Ra Cha Wa, Ra Chak Se Thi Wa,
Som No Wa, Prahom No Wa, Iti Wa,
Pu Rit Soh Wa, Pa Ni Cha Wa, Mak Mang,
Ti Sa Wa, Pit Ya Yan Dit, Ma Ni Jin Da Itik Itik,
Cher Yak Cher Yak La Pak La Pak,
Sap Pak Kam Ma, Pra Sit Tit May,

Ark Rak Hang Pakawa Nak Char Li Tit,
Mak Ark Ut Sap Pak Sit Ne Ha,
Chak Pu Chit Da, Sap Pak Suk Khang,
Ma Ha La Pang, Nak Ma La Pang,
Pa Wan Tu May.


Usage of Jintamanee

Curing Illness

In the event of an illness where Ya Jintamanee was needed to cure, one should begin in the early morning with joss sticks and candles lighted on the altar, with a calm mind and make wishes to Luangpu Boon for his help to cure one’s illness and chant: -

Nakmo Tassa Bagavato Arahato Samma Samput Taksak (3 times)

Putak Rak Dak Nang, Thamak Rak Dak Nang,
Sangkang Rak Dak Nang, Oh Sak Tang,
Ut Tak Mang, Wak Rang Sap Pak Took Kang,
Sap Pak Roh Kang, Wit Na Se Dit,
Ark Se Sak Do, Na Mo Put Tak Yak.

After completion of chanting the mantra, consume the Ya Jintamanee with a glass of plain water.

For Metta Mahaniyom (Charm and Attractiveness)

If one wishes to have Metta Mahaniyom, eg; to complete an important business deal. Hold Ya Jintamanee between both palms in praying posture in front of altar with lighted candles and joss stick and chant the mantra with a calm mind before leaving home.

Nakmo Tassa Bagavato Arahato Samma Samput Taksak (3 times)

Ma Ha Mo Lee Jin Da, Pit Yang Mak Mak,
Wit Chak Sa Da Ri, Ta Si Ta Sa, Chat Do Mang,
Se Ne Ha, Pit Rik Ya, Pit Yo Iti Yo Iti Yo,
Mak Mang Rak Khan Dtu, Sap Pak Tah,
Sit Tik Day Chang, Ma Ha La Pang,
Ma Ha Sit Tik Yo Chak.

Luang Pu Boon, Wat Klang Bang Kaew

Creater of Jintamanee Powder and popular Chao Sua Series

Luangpu Boon Wat Klang Bangkaew was a very special monk who had attained very high level of Buddhist practice. The amulets he created during the earlier period of his life when he was the abbot of Wat Klang Bangkaew till his decease were very much in high demand by collectors and devotees whom believed in the power of Luangpu Boon’s amulets which pocesses Metta Mahaniyom (charm or attractiveness) especially the Phong Ya Jintamanee, a special concocted mixture of herbs made by Luangpu Boon which contained the element of healing power.

Luangpu Boon was born on 3rd July B.E. 2391 in Thamai district of Samutsakorn province. He ordained at Wat Klang Bangkaew on the 21st June B.E. 2412 after being a novice in the temple since he was 15 years old. Phra Palad Pahn of Wat Tukeda was his preceptor. Phra Palad Thong Wat Klang Bangkaew, Phra Atikan Sap Wat Newrai, Phrakru Bureemanurak Wat Supraditaram and Phra Atikan Jan Wat Thamohn whom were all well-known figures in the monkshood were present Dharma instructors and witnesses to the event. His Buddhist name was Khantachot.

Later in the year B.E. 2459, Luangpu Boon was appointed as a preceptor and in the year B.E. 2473, he was promoted to the rank of Phra Buddhawitheenayok. Luangpu Boon learned the making of “Bia Gae” amulet from Luangpu Rod Wat Nairong. This amulet was made of specially selected seashell inserted mercury for protection against black magic, evil spirit and bodily harm.

Phra Chaosua Ner Tongdaeng (copper)

Luangpu Boon started creating amulets when he was the abbot of Wat Klang Bangkaew at around B.E. 2429. Although he have created many types of amulets ranging from Phra Chai, Phra Ner Din, Phra Ner Phong, Phra Ner Ya, Takrut, Bia Gae etc. The most popular among all was his Phra Chaosua which literally means “Buddha on a Mountain”. It was very highly sought after by the people especially the Chinese whom had considered Phra Chaosua as an auspicious mean in Chinese description.

Luangpu Boon had counted Phra Sangaraj Pae Wat Suthat and Phra Acharn Pah Wat Rakang kositaram as his closest pals. They were often seen sitting next to each other whenever they were invited to various Buddhist ceremonies.

Luangpu Boon passed away on the 8th April B.E. 2478 at the age of 86.

Luang Phor Parn - Part 2 (Making of LP Parn Somdej)

LP Parn widely known to have made three batches of Somdej.

The Pim Bolan or ancient models were created between B.E. 2450-2451. They were made using materials gathered by the local villagers and the moulds were created by a local artisan. It was said that the numbers of amulets made during this time were very few. Due to it high efficiency on life protection, metta-mahaniyom and luck, the amulets were in great demand. Soon they were all being distributed out.

Materials of amulets were

1) Magical-Herbs,

2) Pollen,

3) Holy Powder from past gurus,

4) The set of five great powders (Phong puttakhun, itichy, tri-singhe, maharaj, potamang) which Luangpor made during Buddhist lent. These were also the main ingredient in famous amulets made by great gurus such as:- Somdej Puttakjan Toh Wat Rakang, Somdej Pilan Wat Rakang and Luangpu Pu Wat In.

5) Phong Wiset or special formulated holy powder of Luangpor Parn

The Pim Niyom or popular model was created from B.E. 2460 onwards as the demand for the amulets grew. They were made by baked clay of several components (pebbles, shell, sand etc) and newly created moulds which were much more beautiful then the earlier ones. Many more moulds were also created for the six different holy creatures.

The methods of making Phra Luangpor Parn amulets of this batch were different from others. It consisted of powders from his earlier batch of amulets, various kinds of clays collected from paddy fields which required digging deeply into the ground in oder to collect the finer earthen-clay by the lay followers of Luangpor Parn. The clays were then grinded into powdery form and made into tough pastures and then into smaller loaves before being pressed into the moulds to form the amulets. A hole was made at the top of each individual piece of the amulets for inserting the phong wiset. After which, Luangpor Parn placed the amulets into iron bowls and baking them under the fire which was started by burning the paddy husks. Finally when the amulets were all dry up under the fire, Luangpor would insert the phong wiset into the hole on the amulets and sealed them up with cement mixture.

After the completion on making the amulets, an altar with various kinds of foods such as, roasted pig head, red and white sweet cookies and many mores was erected by the lay followers for thanks-giving to the Devadas.

Luangpor Parn blessed the amulets for a total of three months, every night when he went back to his kuti (quarter), where he would sit in meditation and invited all the past Buddhas, Brahman Gods, Devadas, past great gurus to assemble as one, to give merits to the amulets. He later explained that the invitation process was to enhance the powder of the amulets bringing them to the highest level of effectiveness. However, Luangpor Parn also emphasized that those who carry his amulets must not do bad things or else the amulets with not work as it should.

Wiset Hua Jai Sak

The Phong Wiset Hua Jai Sak or powders of the holy creature’s hearts were created by Luangpor Parn personally. It consisted of six set of powders for each individual holy creature. This type of holy powder was extremely difficult to make as it required full concentration while making it. Luangpor Parn was the only one at that time who was able to make such powders. He had to chant mantra and at the same time “contain” the spell into the powders with full concentration all by himself in the ordination hall. Luangpor Parn had to go without food for seven days and nights in order to complete the making of the said holy powders. Luangpor Parn also used the mantra of Yant Kropetch in process. During this time, many black-magicians or witch-doctors had tried to disrupt the process by sending out black-magic but they were unsuccessful as Luanghpor Parn had earlier chanted and placed four bowls of holy water in the ordination hall as a form of shield protecting the ritual. People in the temple would occasionally heard strange sound coming from where Luangpor Parn was and later told by him that it was the black magic being destroyed and dropping in the four bowls of holy water. As such, the phong wiset had the effect to counter black magic.

Making Holy Water

Luangpor Parn amulets can be used for making holy water as well. Joss-sticks, candles and a bowl of clean water are all you need. Firstly, hold the amulet on your palm with a calm mind and have full faith in the power of Luangpor Parn. After which, chant the mantra 3 times and at the same time light the candle and drip the wax into the bowl of water. When it’s all done, blow 3 times into the bowl of water and make a wish for the holy water to be blessed with what you wish for and remove the amulets.

Katha Namoon (Mantra of Holy water):-


The holy water can be used in many ways. The sick can drink it, against evil spirits or black magic to shower with and also sprinkle on all corners of new house etc.

Katha for Protection of Property

This mantra can be used when locking of doors, windows, treasure-chest etc.




Chant before sleep and after wake up

Diamond Armour Yant - "Yant Krao Paetch"

Luang Por Parn was well known for his Buddha Magic and Buddhist medicine & healing methods. He creates powerful amulets during the Buddhist year 2460 (1917).

He was famous for finding the extremely well known and powerful Katha / Yant (mantra) of Grao Paetch in the Buddhist year 2458 whilst making a pilgrimage to Suphanburi province. Famous for his discovery of the Sacred Luang Por Parn found this great Khata as he was meditating and a Yaan (or Yana in Pali Panskrit), meaning supernatural sense, occurred in his meditation. It told him that there was a special magical metal template hidden within the main Chedi of Wat Phra Sri Ratana Maha Taath, Suphanburi province, waiting for him to discover.
Not long after that he reached the Chedi and found an ancient silver template engraved with the Kata of Yant Graopaetch. The template had a message explaining that the person who found it shall be a Great Master, and that Heaven had defined who should find it. The Template also describes that one who recites this Kata everyday shall have his body covered with a Diamond Armour and will be protected from all dangers, he shall never be able to be destroyed by his enemies. In addition, the enemy will be destroyed through a strange phenomenon because of the reflective result from the magic Diamond Armour !

The Diamond Armour Yant: Chant everyday

I Ra Chaa Ka Tha Ra Saa

Thi Hang Ja Thoe Roe Ti Nang

Bi Sam Ra Loe Bu Sa Put

Soe Ma Na Ga Ri Taa Toe

Pa Samm Samm Wi Sa Tae Pa

Ka Put ban tuu tam wa ka
Waat Toe Noe A Ma Ma Waa
A Wich Su Nut Saa Nuth Thi

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Base on Mr. Spencer’s contact experiences with Wat Bang Nom Kho. In any year that had the auspicious Sao Ha day (Saturday, the fifth day of the waxing moon period, lunar month), Luang Phor Phan would perform a very special Ceremony, consecrating and embedding Yant Grao Paetch into his thousands of disciples gathering in Wat Bang Nom Kho temple.

Luang Por would write the Khata on a blackboard and tell everybody to choose one letter of the script NA-MO-PUT-TAA-YA (five Aspects of the Buddha). Then he would stand behind the blackboard and recite a Khata to push the letters and imprint them on all devotees. If a recipient really had good meditative skills, one of the letters would become embedded onto his skull for his whole life.
Amazingly, it was observed that when one of these devotees died and was brought into cremation, the script clearly appeared upon the forehead of the

person’s skull when the remains were inspected.

Khata Yant Graopaetch requires daily recitation. If this is done, the person reciting will be perfectly protected from all dangers even deadly events and will never be able to harm you.

Rich Katha - From LP Parn, Wat Ban NamKho

Original Script of Rich Katha

I have been chanting the following rich katha for the past 1 year. So far so good :)

The Rich Katha:
Na Mo Tassa Bhakhawato Arahato Samma Sambudh Tassa (Repeat X3 times)

Buddha Ma Aa U (1 time)

Na Mo Budh Dha Ya (1 time)

Wira Dhayo, Wira Konayang ,Wira Hingsa, Wira Dhasi ,Wira Dhasa,

Wira Ittiyo Buddhassa Manee Mama Buddhassa Swahom (Main Katha: Repeat X3, X5, X7,or X9 times)
(**When you want to repeat the Katha, just start with the main Katha: Wira Dhayo Wira Konayang..... so on!)

When you start practicing this Katha, you should start with 3 times for the core Katha (Wira Dhayo....). Until you chant fluently, you may chant more times. But it is a must to keep the times of chanting constantly in some long period before shifting to more additive step. Or you may keep 3 times forever.
But as on Mr.Prayong's practice, he chanted 9 times. Daily chanting on this Katha will make your earning & living significantly better in some degree, the money from your work efforts is enough for expenses -- if the household money run low, new wealth will come in time to support. But for the best result -- you must chant this Katha until becoming Samadhi stage -- and bigger wealth & fortune will come to you.

Important Reminders &Tips
For best result when practicing this Katha:



3. Present food to monk at least once daily. Some places are inconvenient to do this, you can do an option by donate money (any sum you would like to) to a can. If the can fills with moderate sum of money, please bring it to donate to Buddhist temple for monk’s food.

4. The main principle on practicing this Katha is--chant it until becoming a Samadhi (mind concentration). The higher Samadhi you reach, the more wealth and fortune will come. You can practice this Katha in every action, standing, walking, sitting, and working. When you want to repeat the Katha, just start with the main Katha: Wira Dhayo Wira Konayang.....
5. Before bringing out the money to use, touch that money and chant the Katha the same times as your usual practice. And in the night before parking your money into the drawer, chant this Katha the same times as your usual practice.
6. If anyone would like to learn this Katha, please teach him because this is the will of the great Guru.

7. If all these done, the practicer will get more and more wealth and fortune.

From the very poor to Multi billianaire

Mr.Prayong Tangtrongchit, an important layman disciple of LP Parn, was a poor herbal medicine shop owner, one day he heard LP Parn teaching this Katha to a monk of Wat Saket. After the teaching session ended, Mr Prayong ask LP Parn that he would like to learn this Katha. "Good, my son, within two years from now onwards you will be a millionaire," said LP Parn.

Mr. Prayong practices this Katha daily in the morning, evening and before going to bed . After 6 month, he reports to LP Parn, "Luang Phor, my herbal medicine sell very good, I gained a lot of money, but so strange that the medicine are still remained in a big stock even I have sold many. I bought in rice for daily consumption and is just used half the quantity only, even my wife prepared the rice at normal quantity as usual."

The effects go far beyond than that, Mr.Prayong said, "I can't compare to my grand mother who also practice this Katha. She always practices it until becoming a Smadhi. One day a huge sum of money miraculously filled into an empty safe. Before the money runs into the safe, there is a strange voice saying, "stay quietly and don't move, the money is running into your safe."
"My grand mother told me that after a striking sound, she rush to open the safe. Sitting there, an empty safe filled fully with money. She said to me: Don't worry now, if the Luang Phor (Parn) need money to buy materials for construction, just tell me -- I will donate. The more we donate, the more comfortable we will be," said Mr.Prayong.

Mr.Prayong later became a very rich man, he was named the greatest philanthropist of Thailand. He donated as much as LP Parn needed for construction of many temples. " If Luang Phor need money please don't be hesitated to tell me, I will donate as much as you required," said Mr.Prayong to LP Parn.

Before LP Parn passed away, he teaches The Rich Katha to many layman disciples.

LP said: "Don't do evils but do good. Our life is not so long, we just come to this world in a short period and then go. The 5 precepts of the Buddha should be practiced, if one cannot practice all, I request for 2 of them - Don't steal and Don't drink liquor. If you can practice this 2 precepts as well as the Phra PajjekkaBodhi Prod Satwa Katha, you will earn well and live with a happy life," said LP Parn.

Luang Phor Chaai of Wat PananChoeng (Sam Po Kong), Ayuthaya, a Great Guru during the WWII period also practise this Katha to bless his temple everyday to draw Buddhists come to his temple and donate money for renovation. He gained a great success at wish by the miracle of this Katha.

Luang Phor Parn, Wat Ban Nam Kho

One of the greatest and compassionate gurus that i respect most!

Luang Por Parn Sunantoe, his real name is Pra Kroo Wiharagijjanugarn. He was born in 1875 (BE 2418.), the youngest son of Mr. Aaj and Mrs. Im Sutawongs. During his younger age, he received the a nickname of "Parn", because of a red Birthmark on the little finger of his left hand, which was seen as an unusual trait mark that linked with Buddhism. LP Parn received his Ordination as a Bikkhu*(Buddhist Monk) on the First of April 1895 (BE 2438).

Luang Phor Parn is worshiped as one of the Top 10 Greatest Guru Monks of present-day in Thailand & many worshippers all around the world. He was the closest disciple of Luang Phor Niam Wat Noi, Suphanburi, and also a disciple of Luang Phor Nong Wat Klong Madarn. His two great teachers passed away with their bodies un-decayed. When Luang Phor Parn passed away in B.E.2480, his body was also un-decayed similar to his Guru teachers.
In 1932, five years before he passed away, he announced to all his disciples the date and time of his death. His precognition was quite clear and exactly correct; he passed away on the date and time he had preannounced. Luang Phor Parn was a meditative Guru Monk and also possessed magical knowledge. During Buddhist Dhamma, it was recorded that he reached the “Great six knowledge of miracles”. So he possesses knowledge on precognition, out-of-body ability, mind detecting, ability to do comprehensive paranormal phenomena activities etc.
Apart from this, he also possesses the highest state of “Wipassana” or knowledge of mind cleaning to stop next rebirth (Reincarnation). It was his great Dhamma practice that had cleaned and "distilled" his inner body (astral body) to crystal-like state which changed his body's cells immortal. Many great Guru Monks in Thailand hinted their Dhamma levels to their disciples in such way.

Luang Phor Parn's famous amulets have marked long-time uncountable records in warding off dangers of all kinds. And it's great for making holy water for healing illness that modern physician not able to diagnose & cure. Luang Phor Parn's amulets are extremely unique with Buddha sitting on a Garuda, Hanuman, Porcupine, Fish, Fighter cock and Bird.

Once Luang Phor Parn told his disciples that his amulets had been blessed for a period of three months, it's long time more than enough to charge Buddha's power into amulets capable of warding off dangers of all kinds. He said that if they were blessed for 3 years, the Garuda and the Bird on the amulet would fly out. (A real life news reporting of bird image flew out from the amulet was published in a Malaysia Chinese newspaper; A shop’s CCTV of the amulet’s owner recorded the “flying bird” flying around his shop and flew back into the drawer where the amulet was kept.)

Luang Phor Parn's amulets are very popular among Thai amulets users and collectors because of their frequent miraculous phenomena both recorded and unrecorded

Luang Phor Chong, Wat Natang Nok

Widely known as the monk that shorten the distance!

One of the top 10 great Guru monks of the country is Luang Phor Chong of Wat NaTangNok Temple, BangSai district, Ayuthaya province. He passed away on the Buddhist important MaKhaBuCha day of February 17th, B.E.2508, with the age of 93. Luang Phor Chong and Luang Phor Parn of Wat BangNomKho are close friends and respected high Dhamma practices of each other. They had the same teachers viz LP Soon of Wat BangPlaMoh and LP Paan of Wat PikulSokant. Even Luang Phor Parn reached extremely high miraculous knowledges of "Apinya" and "Wipassana", he still often admired Luang Phor Chong as a good great monk. Once in the evening Luang Phor Chong was taking a rest at the pier in front of his temple, a small group of men rowed across the canal. After tying a boat robe to a pier hook, one said unrespectably to Luang Phor Chong,"Luang Phor, would you guard my boat because I was told that so many thiefs around here." The old Luang Phor Chong said slowly and mercifully to that man," Alright, I'll guard your boat as mine...don't worry." The group of men came back to the pier at around midnight, they saw Luang Phor Chong still sat alone at the pier. "Wow, how great it is, you're still sitting here so many hours, I thank you for guarding my boat," said a man. "You ordered me to guard your boat, I completely did it," Luang Phor Chong said slowly to the man. But at the evening of the next day, the men came to Luang Phor Chong's Kuti(monk's house) with flowers, incenses and candles on their hands. They had paid obeisance to Luang Phor Chong and said " I come here to apologize you for ordering to guard my boat, I have been told that the you are Luang Phor Chong, so please apologize all of us for doing a great sin, please grant us your apology."" Huh,huh...alright ordered me and I did it for you's no sin .....from now on remind yourself do not order any monk as your servant," said Luang Phor Chong. He also taught them a short brief of Buddha's Dhamma. All the men listened quietly and wept, then they pay obeisance with full respect to Luang Phor Chong's legs.Luang Phor Chong was a great donor. Any temple troubled with lacking of Kutis, he would order his monk disciples dismantle them and brought to the lacking temple. Even thiefs came into his temple to steal some thing that's difficult to get, Luang Phor Chong knew that and called them to get it.Yes, he gave stuffs to thiefs but never forgot to taught them that stealing monk's stuffs was a great sin. Many thiefs gave up stealing by his teachings.

Luang Phor Parn, Wat BangNomKhoLuang Phor Parn of Wat BangNomKho admired Luang Phor Chong to all his disciples that he was like a gold monk statue, and that a monk of this kind one should never beg anything from him because he would give everything that was begged for. Whenever Laung Phor Parn performed any religious ritual at his temple, he would invite Luang Phor Chong to join. Once Luang Phor Parn urged his close monk disciple to go by a motor boat to invite Luang Phor Chong to join a ritual , but Luang Phor Chong told the monk to go back in advance and he would go by himself later. As soon as the monk had come back and reported to Luang Phor Parn that Luang Phor Chong would come later, Luang Phor Parn laughed mildly and pointed to Luang Phor Chong who was sitting right there!! How did he come with a short time? It's many miles distance between the two temples, if going by walking it would take a few hours. It was recorded that Luang Phor Chong reached the highest knowledge of "PatiSamPhiThaYan" which covered highest ability to perform miracle of all kinds. Whoever reaches this state will have comprehensive knowledges over all Tri Pitaka automatically and could rush to anywhere in a short time. Luang Phor Chong created many kinds of amulets since the WW II, such as medals, small statues, ivory-tusk Rajasihas, metal Ta Pian fish , sacred jackets, etc. His amulets are very good for warding off dangers of all kinds, while his Ta Pian fish is good for fortune fetching.

Note that this biography is researched and prepared by Used under permission from copyright owner: Buddhist-Amulets.Com

Luang Pu Kaew Wat Samphan Meikaen

Luang Pu Kaew, the great monk of the temple of Saphan Meikaen, Jana District, Songkla province. He is the greatest monk of all with widespread reputation about his shining supernatural knowledge and his powerful strength of magic spells. The brilliant Diamond of the Southern land. Luang Pu Kaew is the auspicious Thai name known as the Great Wishing Crystal. Luang Pu Kaew, the divince diety of all supernatural charms and amulets, devil-defeated coins, tukruts and charmmark lucks, showing the mighty power of world-shaking wonders when six lives were saved unbelievably from the religious terrorists’ destructive bombing.

Protection from Bali Bombing
The news was widely spread about the merciless bombing situation amidst the crowd-massed tourist attractions in Bali, Indonesia. The coldhearted terrorists tickled a big bomb in one of the entertainment outlet, causing a few hundreds of tourists’ death. However, there were six lives that had escaped from death and without any injuries. This piece of incredible news really shook the world and these people were questioned what really saved their lives? It was later found out that all the six person who survived from the bombing, are faithful to Luang Pu Kaew. They admitted themselves as being Luang Pu Kaew’s disciples at the Temple of Saphan MeiKaen, situated in the deep forest of Jana District, Songkla Province. They had themselves cast with a holy blow on their heads by Luang Pu Kaew, which was believe to contain protective blessings. They were also given some charms to wear. The amulets from Luang Pu Kaew of the Temple of Saphan Meikaen have been proved by many critical events and life threatening experiences. They are well known and become widespread accredited not only in Thailand kingdom, but also among foreigners of different religions. They have witnessed the happenings themselves and respected wholeheartedly and faithfully in Luang Pu Kaew. The amulets and charms created by Luang Pu Kaew are regarded as the best incomparable amulets in half-century period of time. It protects and guards against all the devils and mishaps.

Proven Supernatural Power in Expelling Evil Power and Forces
Luang Pu Kaew is very well known for his long time practice of Buddhism studies and white charms. Luang Pu Kaew is unrivalled and incomparable for half of the century and he is highly praised for the experienced mastery in exceptional spell and magic usage. This was due to Luang Pu Kaew’s several years of pilgrimage and deep meditation practice. He has attained the strong supernatural knowledge that his meditation overcomes all demons and evil powers entirely. His seventy over years of priesthood describes how he has made numerous holy pilgrimage roaming through multiple deep forests and mountains to study science of spells, Buddhist charms and occultism. During those times, Luang Pu Kaew had practiced Dharma and the transcendent virtues so vigorously that he had succeeded in sharpening supernatural knowledge and has accumulated thirty years of valuable experience and knowledge in the today’s world. Luang Pu Kaew also practices the transcendent power of tranquility meditation in Kuan Khao Haeng Cemetery, which is an isolated place deep in rubber forest in Jana district well known for its highly populated by devilish spirits. There was a true story that Luang Pu Kaew has encountered about an evil spirit, which had died and vanished a long time ago. During those days, many people were unaware of evil spirits that exist around in the world of passions and desires. It was told that there was a family living in Tamode District of Patalung Province. They lived happily together until one day when their daughter returning home from a business trip and became sick. She fainted continuously without any significant reasons. Her whole family was shocked and immediately brought her to seek for medical assistance. However, she seemed to be a totally different person after returning home from the hospital. She looked horrible and was harsh in her speech. She started asking for raw meat and ate it like she hadn’t eaten anything for years. She was no longer her own self. She spoke badly and nonsensically just like being lunatic. Her parents suffered from her sudden change in her behavior and felt that they had lost control of their daughter. They came to believe that evil spirits obsessed her. Therefore, they started knocking doors around the village to seek for competent black magicians to help their daughter. When the black magicians came in, they chanted spells onto her and the evil spirit ran out of her body during the ritual. The family was relieved to see that the evil spirits is gone and the bad times for her daughter were over. However, days later, the situation got worse. The evil spirits returned and was obsessing the daughter’s body again. This time, the family came to know that there was a man who was shot to death behind the village which they resided in. Their daughter had walked pass the spot, which this man was shot dead, and the spirit of this man was attracted to her charm and wanted to take her as its wife. The family was in great anxiety when they knew the violent spirit wish to take their daughter as its wife and was afraid that it would end their daughter’s life so as to capture the spirit of their daughter. Her parents begged the spirit to change its intentions to rake away their daughter’s life by giving offerings to the spirits but nothing seemed to help. The spirit showed no regards to the family’s pleas and insisted what it wanted to do their daughter. Her parents traveled to anywhere that they knew of reputable black magicians and invited them to help their daughter. However, not even a single one could overcome this harsh evil spirit. The black magicians casts spells but none of them worked and led to the evil spirit becoming more daring in its evil doings. Many spells were casted, holy water being soaked and ritual ceremonies conducted but still could not drive away the evil spirit. Many of the black magicians could not find any way to defeat the evil spirit and eventually run away from the family. Although some of the black magicians were experienced and had strong spells casting power. The demon would pretend to be driven out and after sometime, it returned back to harm the girl again. Surprisingly, even when the daughter wore plenty of amulets and charms, it did not affect the evil spirit from possessing her. The evil spirit took rally in getting the daughter from her life and that made the girl nearly lost her mind in intense fear and terror. When the spirit came obsessing her, she would be just become unconscious and sensed nothing of her human body. Until the spirit left her then she could got her consciousness back. For a total of three painful years that the violent spirit and it were torturing this poor girl turned her into its slave for its evil doings. The family finally came to know Luang Pu Kaew and seek for his advice. Since Luang Pu Kaew did not get to see the evil spirit’s miraculous power and the family was residing far away in the remote Tamode District of Patalung province. It was impossible to know exact location of the residence and to learn about the characteristics of the spirit, which was obsessing the daughter. The family had doubts whether Luang Pu Kaew was able to defeat the evil spirit and cast it away from their daughter’s body. Luang Pu Kaew went into deep meditation state and when Luang PU Kaew drew his mind off from his concentration and relaxed himself, he told the family that their daughter had been relieved from the evil spirit pester. Overjoyed, the father kneeled down before Luang Pu Kaew and thanks him for saving their daughter. The family then quickly took leave to return home to see if their daughter is fine. Within a month, that family came back to pay homage to Luang Pu Kaew at the temple of Saphan Meikaen with happiest faces and informing that the daughter is perfectly well. They told Luang Pu kaew that after that day, no evil spirit continue to possess her anymore. They thanked Luang Pu Kaew for showing mercy and helped the daughter. The above story is about an evil spirit, which obsessed the girl in Tamode District at Patalung province. It reveals the spiritual power that Luang Pu Kaew possesses as miracle from the highest-level practitioner of Dharma. The story also indicated the truth that the evil spirit died under abnormal circumstances became of his short allocated span of life due to paste misdeeds and cannot be reborn. Therefore it gone in the deep suffering blinded by desires and lusts and anger. Without the righteous virtues and guidance of Luang Pu Kaew, this spirit would be drowned into the eternal pitfall of lustfulness. Whether this evil spirit can be reborn is up to its fate and is something beyond the knowledge of anyone.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

LP Nak, Wat Rakhang

Sharing bio of a famous monk, LP Nak of Wat Rakhang
Luang Phor Nak was born on August 1st, B.E.2427, to the family of Mr.Pom Marurngsit and Mrs.Suan Marurngsit, locals of Nakonrachsima Province. He was ordained a novice when he was a young teenager at Wat Bung, Nakonrachsima Province. In B.E.2448, he was officially ordained a Buddhist monk at Wat Rakhang Kositaram, Bangkok, aged 21 Since then Luang Phor Nak has dedicated his life to serve the temple and all Buddhists. One important deed that is often associated with Luang Phor Nak whilst at the temple, was that he used to collect all the discarded sacred objects.. This simple action was to become increasingly more important as the years went by. The general Thai belief at that time was any sacred objects that had become damaged, such as shrines, amulets, water bowls etc should not be kept at home, for the fear of bringing bad luck. These objects would often be returned to the temple.Luang Phor Nak did not like to see these kinds of scared objects mixed with the general trash, and as such he used to collect and preserve in his monks house. He also did not want to see sacred amulets that had been damaged, destroyed needlessly. He decided to recycle this raw material to create new amulets. It was his belief that every single atom of the old amulets had been infused with sacred power, broken or not. Essentially these materials having already been blessed by some of the greatest living monks were priceless. Obviously we know today, that he was right, and are grateful for his foresight.
As the disciple of Somdej Phra Buddhacharn Toh, it is no surprise that his newly created amulets followed the procedures exactly as laid down by this great monk. Incidentally some people have said that Luang Phor Nak was not a disciple of Phra Buddhacharn Toh, as he was not even born when the great monk had died. This is simply not an accurate assessment. Knowledge is passed from generation to generation and LP Nak studied ancient texts and manuscripts, in particular LP Toh’s magic book, and as such is known as a true disciple. Particularly famous and very popular are his amulets created during the period BE 2485- BE2495. Prices have increased sharply in recent years, and will continue to do so. These amulets are not only popular in Thailand, but worldwide, many people having experienced the sacred power and protection that these amulets afford. Many people have made a comparison between these amulets and the original Phra Somdej Bangkhunprom amulets, some of the most sacred in Thai history. Such is the popularity; these amulets are fast disappearing from the markets. Just a word of caution; As a result of increased popularity and high demand, many fakes are flooding the market.
LP Nak Somdej's properties are broadly covering as of the famous Somdej Toh's SWR: life protection, Metta, life & career progress, and fortune drawing, etc.
LP Nak is one of the greatest Gurus of the country since World War II, contemporarily with many great LPs viz LP Jaad Wat Bangkrabao, LP Chong Wat Natang Nok, LP Kong Wat Bangkraphom, LP (Y)ie Wat Sattaheep, LP Lua Wat SaoChaNgok, etc.

LP Nak attained highest Dhamma; as widely said in among advanced Dhamma-practice monks that when he was blessing amulets, his meditative power was emitting very large bright, cold beam covering all amulets before him--implying great properties for his amulets on Metta and Klaew Klaad.
On January 15th, B.E.2514, Luang Phor Nak passed away at Sirirach Hospital, Bangkok, aged 87, and having served Buddhism for 66 years.

LP Tae, Wat Sam Ngan

Another favorite monk of mine, LP Tae from Wat Sam Ngan. Widely known as "King of Kumantong". Brief bio of LP Tae as follow:

Luang Por Tae's hometown was in Moo (village) 4, Bahn (House) Sahm Ngahm Noi, Ampher (District) Don Thom, Jangwat (Province) Nakon Pahtom. He was borned on 15th September BE2434. There were many famous monks who was born in that year, BE2434. During that time, if monks were being addressed as Luang Phor or Luang Poo, they were really very good monks because the villagers paid high respects to them, thus addressed them as Luang Phor and Luang Poo which means Grand Monks and Great Grand Monks. Unlike now, the address as Luang Phor and Luang Poo, do not have much significant, because these titles are usually given by the Government Officials. When Luang Por Tae was still a baby, his uncle Daeng, who was a monk brought and raised Luang Por Tae in the temple. Therefore, Luang Por Tae spent his whole life in the temple; since he was a baby until the time he passed away. In fact, Luang Por Tae seldom lived in the temple, he spent most of his time in the forest as a Tudong. He was sincere in practising the Dhamma, thus Luang Por Tae was able to learn the Dhamma very well. The villagers had accidentally seen Luang Por Te produced some miracle (power), and firmly believed that Luang Phor Tae had attained Arahang level. His uncle Daeng, brought him to Wat Gahlong, Jangwat Samutsahkon until he was 7 years old. Luang Por Tae returned and lived with his parents for 3 years. After that, his uncle Daeng brought him back to the temple again until the age 15 years old.
Luang Por Tae was ordained a Naen (novice monk) under his uncle Daeng in BE2449. He lived in the forest temple where his uncle was the abbot. Luang PorTae ordained as a monk at the age of 20 years old. Luang Por Tah Wat Panaengtak was the preceptor and became Luang Phor Tae's teacher, after which Luang Por Tae followed Luang Por Tah to Wat Panaengtak. Luang Tae became the close disciple of Luang Por Tah. Luang Por Tah taught Luang Por Tae everything he knew about Dhamma and Sammahdti. Luang Por Tah would bring Luang Por Tae with him whenever he went Tudung, until such time at Luang Por Tae had gained enough experience to go Tudung alone. After Luang Por Tah has passed away, Luang Por Tae went to learn from Luang Por Chiam, Wat TaGong. Same as Luang Por Tah, Luang Por Chiam unselfishly taught Luang Por Tae everything he knew about Dhamma, Sammahdti, Tudung and Wichah. Once, Luang Por Chiam told Luang Por Tae that: "If you want to become Jow Koon (monk with a high title), take a train to Grungtep (Bangkok). If you want to become a real monk, you must enter the forest." Luang Por Tae chooses the latter, and went into the forest and became a Tudung monk. It is said that Luang Por Tae was a monk who possessed alot of metta(loving-kindness) and bahramee(power). Whenever Luang Por Tae went for Tudung, many villagers would give money and things to him, but Luang Por Tae never accepted them, except the morning alms only. The villagers were not happy because they wanted Luang Por Tae to accept the money so that he could use the money to make merits for them. Luang Por Tae accepted some of the money and carried with him because he did not know where to keep them. One day, a robber wanted to rob Luang Por Tae of the money, but Luang Por Tae did not stop him, however Luang Por Tae told the robber that the money was not his, but belonged to the villagers who wished to make merits. If he took the money, the villagers would be disappointed because the money was meant for merit making. After the robber has listened to Luang Por Tae's, the robber felt very ashamed and ran off. Besides being a disciple of Luang Por Tah and Luang Por Chiam, Luang Por Tae had ever learnt Wichah from an Ah Jahn from Cambodia. The Wichah that Luang Por Tae used for making the famous Kumantong was learnt from the Cambodia Ah Jahn. Luang Por Tae passed away in BE2524 (1981) at age of 90 years old

LP Daeng, Wat Khao Ban dai-it

One of my favorite monk, LP Daeng, Wat Khao ban dai-it. Also known as bullet-poof monk. I am honoured to have collected LP first batch somdej and Nang phaya. Below is brief bio of this great guru monk.
LP Daeng's formal monkhood name is " PhraKru Yanwilas" but people popularly call him " Luang Phor Daeng". LP Daeng ordained monkhood in B.E.2441 and was a close disciple of LP Plian, the then Abbot of Wat Kao Ban Dai-it. After LP Plian passed away in B.E.2461, LP Daeng was learning Dhamma and magical khowledge with LP Chui of Wat Kongkaram, the greatest Guru of PetchBuri province. In WWII, LP Daeng created and presented his PhaYants (magic clothes) and Takruts to Soldiers and people. When the Japanese troop landing in PraChuabKiriKhan Province which borders with Petchburi, a small group of soldiers and patriotic people fighted fearlessly. They were brave and unharmed due to LP Daeng's amulets. LP Daeng's 1st batch medals, Takruts and other amulets weared by soldiers also declared their great efficacies on safty protection in Vietnam War. And around 30 years ago, the LP's fame was jumped over the seas to Hong Kong. Many Hong Konger film stars and celebrities including a lot of people popularly weared LP Daeng medals. LP Daeng passed away in B.E.2517 at the age of 96 with 75 years of his monkhood.

Top 29 monks in Present Era

Came across this some time back. Thought of sharing with fellow amulets collectors. Top 29 Thai monks of present era. Only able to recognise some of them. Not all :)
LP Supha Wat Silasupharam Phuket Arahant Chan Nheung
Phaw Tahn Euam Wat Bahn Nien Nakorn Syee Thammarat
Phaw Tahn Rhid Wat Pah Mok Phang Nga\
LP Rord Wat Santi Gawas Phitsanuloke.
LP Koon Wat Ban Rai, Korat
LP Hong Wat Phetchaburi, Suran
LP Cher Wat Klang Bang Keow, Nakhon Pathom
LP Thim Wat Pra Kao, Ayutthaya
LP Daeng Wat Rai, Pattani
LP Sakorn Wat Nong Krap, Rayong
AC Od Wat Sai Mai, Kreung Thep
LP Fu Wat Bangsermak
LP Poon Wat Banphen
LP Plien Wat Gernkertin
LP Perm wat bomkeow ayuthaya

Monday, August 3, 2009

LP Tim Wat Lahanrai

Brief Biography of Luang Phoo Tim,Wat Lahanrai

Luang Phoo Tim was born in Ban Hua Tunnttabuon, Tambon Laharn, Ampher Bannkaii, Jungwat Rayong on the 16th June BE 2422 in the year of the Rabbit. He was named Tim, and his family name was Ngamsii. At the age of 17 his father, Kheh, sent to Tan Phor Singh to study, returning home at the age of 19 and was ordained as a monk at Wat Thatkaow on the 7th June BE 2499. He was ordained by Phrakru Kaow, Archan Singh and Archan Kehh and was given the religious name of Issaliko. After spending a year in Wat Thatkaow, he retreated in the forest for a period of three years, after which he went to Wat Narmathom in Chengwat Chonburi for two years. Luang Phor Tim learned Wijja (magic) with Ajahan Lod, Ajahn Lem and Ajahn Saii. He also studied with his Uncle Luang Phor Song Thao of Wat Kongchin. It was from this uncle that Luang phor Tim inherited a book of Wicha and Arkom. Luang Phor Tim became the Abbot of Wat Lahanrai where he was a strict and diligent practioner of the Dhamma. He was known to be a very good monk and possessed few worldly materials. In the hut where he stayed, he only had a pillow and a mat with no electricity. He lived a simple life. He passed away on the 18th October BE 2518 having spent 72 years in the Sangha.

Amulets of LP Tim

* Phra Khun Paen Guman Plaai* is one of the most famous amulets created by Luang Phor Tim of Wat Lahanarai. His amulets are very popular and expensive, but for good reason. A popular account has been well publicized around the internet. This is an updated and somewhat more accurate version. Phra Khun Paen Pong Plaai Guman of LP Tim Isarigo, a senior monk of Wat Lahanrai, Rayong province, is respected as one of the most sacred amulets consecrated in modern times. A genuine Phra Khun Paen Guman Plaai amulet is probably the hardest to find, and fakes abound everywhere. This amulet is well proven in Metta Mahaniyon, Metta Mahasaneh, business success etc. The actual methods used to create this amulet follow the ancient traditional ways. Only a few guru monks are known this century to be able to create such an amulet, namely Luang Phoo Tim himself, and Luang Phor Tae of Wat Sahm Ngam. The most popular series "the first block") containing both Pim Yai and Pim Lek, some with sacred takruts and others without. It is generally believed that LP Tim had asked a disciple to make the amulets for him and on a daily basis he would bring newly made amulets to the temple and then LP Tim would gradually recite the sacred spell for each and every amulet. Indeed it was recorded that 30-40 of the Pim Yai amulets and around 100-200 of the Pim Lek amulets were brought to him daily. The disciple responsible for making the amulets was known to have stated that only a single mould was created for both the Pim Lek and The Pim Yai amulets. LP Tim did not make further moulds and as such it's highly likely that only a single series of these amulets were ever created. Many dealers may claim to possess amulets that have originated from different series, but be warned you are most likely being deceived. One of the reasons that such a low quantity of these amulets were produced was no doubt due to the difficulty and danger associated in production. As stated previously it was well known amongst experts of the black magic sciences that only a few monks possessed the ancient knowledge required to produce such an amulet. Mr. Lap Choicharoen If lesser persons attempted such a process it is highly likely that they would themselves become possessed with demonic spirits or harmed in some way. Luang Phor Tae of Wat Sam Nagm was the only other living monk who possessed the knowledge.

How Khun Phen Plai Kuman are made?

Mr. Lap Choicharoen, a close disciple of LP Tim had said that he was instructed to locate the corpse of a pregnant woman who had passed the cremation ceremony on a Tuesday. Furthermore he was to bring the burnt head bone of the dead foetus to LP Tim. This was required in order to create the sacred powders used in the preparation of the Phra Khun Paen Pong Plaai Guman amulets Luang Phoo Tim chanted a special black magic spell or Katha for one week in order to control the soul and also prevent the spirit departing from the Plaai Guman. Once completed, his disciple was instructed to pound and grind the material into a fine powder, which he commenced to do. It was not long however that he became somewhat disturbed by sparks emanating from the mortar. He had to burn incense and ask for forgiveness before this phenomena abated. Luang Phoo Tim took the Plaai Guman powder and mixed it with a number of other sacred powders including, Itijeaepattamung powder, Jindahmanee powder, Prawai and 108 different herbs and sedges. The mixture was chanted for days on end before being pressed into the moulds.