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> (WTS) Thai Amulet for 'Rent' 泰国佛牌圣物结缘区, (Somdej,Pidta,LP Thuad,Khun Paen & etc)

Nicklkc
post Sep 21 2010, 04:14 AM


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Phra Kring, Wat Phra Keow, Chiang Rai.

This amulets very special for inverse or change your Bad Luck to Good Luck. So that people who wearing this Phra Kring amulet can reduce obstacle in their life. There have been many different beliefs about the Phra Kring amulet and why it was created. Historically it is believed that it was created for the purpose of making merit.

Firstly that the Kring is a symbol of the Buddha’s condition whose qualification is Anathi, non-self does not appear at the beginning nor at the end, so it turns to be a round seed. Secondly, the common belief that hearing the ring from the Phra Kring amulet can bring Good Luck, Good Fortune and Healthy, possibly the very reason for its unique design. The degree of good luck would depend on the number of times that the Kring was shaken.

Essentially the Phra Kring amulet and the round seed contained inside differentiated it from other amulets in that they were specifically designed to bring about mindfulness to creators and possessors, to make them think of the gratitude of the Buddha, the Buddha’s kindness including the ultimate truth that is the highest level of Buddhism. Another objective is to make them think of a number of important characteristics of the Buddha, impermanence, suffering, and non-self. The round seed inside the amulet emphasizes “non-self” as mentioned above.

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post Sep 21 2010, 09:22 AM


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QUOTE(Nicklkc @ Jun 15 2010, 02:51 AM)
Phra Rahu(Phim Yai)(with Phra Phom and 12 Chinese Zodiac image behind), Chao Khun Nu Inn, Wat Phra Phutta MongKhun, Kalasin Province (B.E. 2547).

Effect: good luck, get rid of bad luck, transform negative energy, successful in everything you do, attract good opportunity to you, good business, good wealth luck. (好运,增人缘,避小人,增强事业运)

(a) Silver with Longya(colour)
(b) Gold plated with Longya(colour)
(c.) Sarnkasat (Gold, Silver and Copper colour)
(d) Gold plated
(e) 108 type of herbs with one takrut (black colour)
(f) 108 type of herbs with one takrut (brown colour)
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post Sep 21 2010, 08:13 PM


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QUOTE(Nicklkc @ Sep 21 2010, 03:47 AM)
Phra Pidta 88 Maha Setti(大富大贵)(5 silver takruts), Luang Phor Koon+108 famous monks(co-chanted), Wat Bahn Rai (B.E.2553).

1 set included 1 phim yai(big) and 1 phim lek(small).
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post Sep 29 2010, 01:08 AM


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Snake Skin Takrut, Kruba Duang Dee, Wat ThaJampee, Chiang Mai.

Kruba Duang Dee created a special series of sacred amulets called “Boa-skin Takrut'' made from genuine snake skin. This series of amulets are believed to increase the worshipers charm and at the same time help to become successful in business.

Kruba Duang Dee wrote his sacred spell onto the boa’ skins by himself and also recited the “Na Ma Pa Ta” and “Ma A U Namo Buddhist Ya” sacred spells seven times to increase the efficacy.

It was believed that boas have black magic power that could induce their prey to be easily caught.

Each of Snake Skin Takrut was insert in to Naga Cylinder with sacred spells respected for the power that could help call upon good fortune into the worshipers’ lives and also could help increase worshipers’ charm and attractiveness.

Therefore all worshipers of Snake Skin Takrut by Kruba Duang Dee would be successful in businesses and much more attractive to their lovers.


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post Sep 29 2010, 01:32 AM


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Phra Pidta Maha Mongkol Duang Setthi, Luang Phor ThongDum, Wat TumTaPianTong, Lopburi Province (B.E. 2553).


Material: “Nuea Phong Phaya Ngio Dam” and Phra Pidta pattern made from “Nuea Kesorn” (holy powder)

Made: 1,553 units

Presented: there are 3 silver Takruts in front of Phra Pidta Maha Mongkol Duang Setthi

Powerful: Phra Pidta Maha Mongkol Duang Setthi by LP ThongDum is great of wealth, luck, success and good business to a worshipper.


Biography of Luang Phor ThongDum:
Luang Phor ThongDum InTaWangSo of Wat TumTaPianTong, Lopburi province, is a senior follower of Luang Poo Mum of Wat Prasat yernue. LP ThongDum is the first monk who created style of Phra Khun Paen JowSup JowSaneh in present-time and popular for his knowledge in both holy Dharma and Visha (supernatural arts). He has been studied the art of making efficacious Phra Khun Paen amulet from Cambodia. Every day, many people go to meet LP ThongDam.

Grand Ceremony of this batch amulets:
There were many top monks in Thailand joined to blessed these amulets such as
1. LP ThongDum, Wat TumTaPianTong, Lop Buri province
2. LP Poon, Wat Ban Pan, Ayutthaya province
3. LP SaneyJan, Wat Jantha RangSri, Khon Kaen province
4. LP Chalaem, Wat Phuttha Pradit, Maha SaraKham
5. LP Suea, Wat DonYai Phuean, SingBuri province
6. LP Maen, Wat NaTang Nok, Ayutthaya province
7. LP Uean, Wat Wang Daeng Tai, Ayutthaya province
8. LP TonBoon, Wat Pla ThungKulaCharoemRaj, Roi Et province
9. LP Sanya, Wat klangbanggaew, Nakorn Pathom province

These amulets were blessed in Wat Rakhang.

Purpose for making:
Donate the money from these amulets to build the pavilion to keep Phra Setthi Nawakot at Wat TumTaPianTong, Lopburi province.


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post Sep 29 2010, 02:42 AM


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Phra Somdej(grey, with kring) (B.E. 2545), Luang Phor Win, Wat PhoThiChaReanTham, Sungai Puyu, Butterworth, Penang.

Made: 100 units


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post Sep 29 2010, 02:47 AM


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Phra Somdej(black, without kring) (B.E. 2545), Luang Phor Win, Wat PhoThiChaReanTham, Sungai Puyu, Butterworth, Penang.

Made: 200 units


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post Sep 29 2010, 03:01 AM


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Luang Phor Thuad Lang Daolit (police batch, copper material) (B.E. 2551), Luang Phor Thong, Wat Sumpaocher.

Luang Phor Thuad amulets are well know to protect the wearer from danger, evil spirits and accidents. Many believe that amulets created in Luang Phor Thuad image hold great protective powers granting safety in times of distress, especially saving the lives of believers from seemingly fatal auto mobile accidents.

RM280

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post Sep 29 2010, 03:11 AM


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Luang Phor Thuad Lang Daolit (police batch, nawa loha material 九宝铜) (B.E. 2551), Luang Phor Thong, Wat Sumpaocher.

Luang Phor Thuad amulets are well know to protect the wearer from danger, evil spirits and accidents. Many believe that amulets created in Luang Phor Thuad image hold great protective powers granting safety in times of distress, especially saving the lives of believers from seemingly fatal auto mobile accidents.

Made: 999 pieces

RM650

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post Sep 29 2010, 03:23 AM


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Luang Phor Thuad(apaka material) (B.E. 2553), Luang Phor Thong, Wat Sumpaocher.

Luang Phor Thuad amulets are well know to protect the wearer from danger, evil spirits and accidents. Many believe that amulets created in Luang Phor Thuad image hold great protective powers granting safety in times of distress, especially saving the lives of believers from seemingly fatal auto mobile accidents.

RM180

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post Sep 29 2010, 03:29 AM


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Luang Phor Thuad(copper material) (B.E. 2553), Luang Phor Thong, Wat Sumpaocher.

Luang Phor Thuad amulets are well know to protect the wearer from danger, evil spirits and accidents. Many believe that amulets created in Luang Phor Thuad image hold great protective powers granting safety in times of distress, especially saving the lives of believers from seemingly fatal auto mobile accidents.

RM180

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post Oct 4 2010, 10:36 PM


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Mai Kru(little tongkat with Pitda), Phrakru Vithesthammanart Phorthan Thit Uthit Sak Thammo(Than Thit), Wat Matchimmaram, Kampung Jong Bakar, Tumpat, Kelantan.

Basically Mai Kru is ideal for individuals of ranks where one needs ‘Amnaj’ (firmness, authority and power) energy. It gives positive energy to the bearer of Mai Kru when handling people issues and managing people. Most negotiations are about power-play. People whom are constantly engaging in negotiations for business or arbitration or individuals whom are of legal litigation professions which may be expose to harm or threat are encourage to own and carry one. Every Mai Kru may differs in energy.

with original temple box.


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post Oct 4 2010, 11:50 PM


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1st batch Palakit (Copper Material), Luang Phor Yit, Wat NongJop (B.E. 2536).

This is Palakit blessed by Luang Phor Yit for using as Good Luck & Love Attraction Amulet.

Thai people believe that the image of Palakit are extremely powerful in making the owner safe from any harmful thing. It also keeps away bad or evil spirits. Keep it with you for Good Luck & Love Attraction Power or keep it in as your key chain. Good things will unexpectedly happen to you. Will give you an upper hand for people who doing sales or own business.



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post Oct 5 2010, 01:29 AM


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Jatukam Archan Khun Pan Parang Batch(silver material), Chanted by Kon Lek, Son of Archan Khun Pan, Wat Mahatat (B.E. 2550).

Material: Silver

This batch of Jatukam is created by Archan Khun Pan's sons (Kon Lek) for the memory of Archan Khun Pan. Archan Khun Pan had gained high respect when he was police general. The back of the Jatukam is Archan Khun Pan holding a Thai Sword (Parang), some people call this batch as Jatukam Archan Khun Pan Parang. This batch was made in 2550. A very worth collectible especially for Archan Khun Pan's follower.


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post Oct 14 2010, 11:24 PM


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Phra Somdej(with color, 19 gold takruts and hair), Luang Phor Koon, Wat Bahn Rai, Nakhon Ratchasima Province (B.E.2537).
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post Oct 20 2010, 10:43 PM


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Luang Phor Thuad Loop Lor(小金身仔) made and chanted Luang Phor Dum(Than Dum), Wat Mai Naparam in Narathiwat. (B.E. 2542)

With one gold takrut and LP's hair.

Luang Phor Dum(Than Dum) from Wat Mai Naparam in Narathiwat(near to the Kelantan border). LP Dum is an expert on making prized Piddta amulets with powers of invulnerability. LP Dum is not LP Kron's(Tok Raja) direct disciple. He learned the art of making protective amulets from another master.


Luang Phor Thuad amulets are well know to protect the wearer from danger, evil spirits and accidents. Many believe that amulets created in Luang Phor Thuad image hold great protective powers granting safety in times of distress, especially saving the lives of believers from seemingly fatal automobile accidents.


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post Oct 20 2010, 10:59 PM


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Luang Phor Koon (Copper Rian) chanted by LP own self, Wat Bahn Rai (B.E. 2517).

Biography

Luang Phor Koon was born on Thursday, 4th October BE 2466. He was raised in a well off family. His grandfather was an influential person and very well-known in the province of Nakon Raatchasima. He also known to possess Wichah (magic power), and unfortunately many people were afraid of him.

When Luang Phor Koon was 7 years old , his grandfather brought him to study Thai and Pali under Ah Jahn Cheum, Ajahn Saai and Pra Ajahn Lee in a temple near his house. Luang Phor Koon was ordained as a monk at the age of 21 years old at Wat Thanon HakYai on 5th May BE 2487. Phra Kru Wijahn Dtigit was the preceptor. Phra Kru Atigahn Torng Suk was his dhamma teacher. His monk's name was Pisuttoh.

Luang Phor Koon stayed in Wat Thanon HakYai to study dhamma, in addition Luang Phor Koon also learnt under Luang Daeng Wat Nong Poh. He learned dhamma, sammahdti and Wichah (magic). Luang Phor Koon was very diligent and studied hard

Seeing that Luang Phor Koon was so keen in learning, Luang Phor Daeng brought him to meet Luang Phor Kong who was the abbot of Wat HatYai. Luang Phor Koon became a disciple of Luang Por Kong who was in fact a forest monk, whom he was to accompany on long journeys in the jungles and forests.

Besides dhamma and sammahdti, Luang Phor Kong also taught Luang Phor Koon Wichah (magic) and tye technique of inserting takrut into a person's arm. After learning from Luang Phor Kong for some time, Luang Por Koon went Tudong alone. He went as far as Laos and Cambodia, remaining in the jungles for many years.

Luang Por Koon returned to Thailand after a period of 10 years, and resided at Wat Bahn Rai, Nakon Raatchaseemah. The first time, Luang Phor Koon came to Wat Bahn Rai, the temple was in a delapitated state. There was only a old Salah (shether), Bot (hall) and Guti (place where a Buddha Statue is generally placed).

Luang Phor Koon was determined to re-build this temple. He approached the abbot of the temple at that time, and asked for his help. The abbot told him that the temple did not have sufficient funds (only 10,000 Baht) and asked Luang Phor Koon how much money he required to re-build the temple. Luang Phor Koon replied that he needed 3 to 4 million Baht.

When the abbot heard that, he said that he had no ability to help, though it was his duties. Luang Phor Koon, then asked the villagers and his lay disciples to source for fund. Many people came forward and helped. The total fund collected was almost 2 million baht and Wat Bahn Rai was re-built.
Luang Por Koon was gradually gaining popularity in Nakon Raatchaseemah. Whenever, people heard Luang Por Koon wanted to build a temple or a school, many people would come forward to help. Luang Por Koon Had had built many schools, temples and hospitals in Nakon Raachaseemah. The devotees who go to Wat Bahn Rai, be it rich or poor, Luang Por Koon will meet them personally and bless them.

Some 10,000 people a day used to come to Ban Rai temple to be whacked or more gently blessed. That number is down since the Thai economy tumbled a number of years ago—although it probably should have increased. Most pilgrims come to him for one reason: to get richer. "They believe he has magic powers," says Amporn Charnkuntawat.

he is a strange phenomenon: a Buddhist ascetic who donates sums of money to the poor, but is seen nationwide as the guru who can best bolster your bank balance. Many devotees ask Khoon to tap their outstretched wallets. A few have requested samples of his saliva or urine to drink.

The monk's fame reached new heights in 1993, when a woman was pulled alive from the rubble of a collapsed hotel clutching an amulet with his image on it. Stories abound of Khoon followers who have won the lottery.
Luang Phor Koon chanted the most amulets in Thailand. Many temples and people would create the amulets and asked him to bless. He seldom rejected anyone when come to him for blessings. Luang Phor Koon is very good in the Wichah of inserting takrut. He would personally insert the takrut under the arm of the devotees, these takrut were well proven to protect a person from accidents, Metta and as well as Kong Grapan (immunity from weapons).

For almost 20 years, Luang Phor Koon chanted and inserted takrut, but now Luang Phor Koon had stopped due to poor health. However, he will still meet and bless the devotees who go to Wat Bahn Rai to pay respect to him.


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post Oct 21 2010, 12:26 AM


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In Ku Maha Sanay, Ajahn Tawee, Sumnak Por Gae, Nakhon Ratchasima Province (B.E. 2552).

Master Name: Ajahn Tawee
Temple: Sumnak Por Gae
Province: Nakhon Ratchasima
Date made: B.E. 2552 (Year 2009)
Size: 4.0 x 3.0 cm

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This In-Ku was blessed by Ajahn Tawee, renowned for creating some of the most potent 'Love Amulets'. This amulet was made for one specific reason only and that is as a charm to attract women. This amulet is ideal for the man that wants to increase his natural attractiveness to the opposite sex, someone that wants to be charming and surrounded by female company.

Whoever owns this amulet will be so attractive and fascinating that the ladies will never want to leave. This is the miracle that Ajahn Tawee prayed for during consecration. Many Thai men have accredited amulets made by Ajahn Tawee with amazing efficacy; even thoughts of particular women will attract him.

Ajahn Tawee is known to possess a lot of power having studied meditation, ancient astrology and Khmer sacred sciences from many senior monks. He is particularly knowledgeable about sacred incantations. Indeed this amulet was created following the traditional sacred sciences practiced for centuries by Cambodian ascetics. The amulet was made according to ancient belief that In and Ku were the first lovers in the world.

The image basically depicts the power of love between male and female surrounded by sacred yant and spells, whilst embedded into the reverse of the amulet some with Salika(bird) and special gemstone, and some containing takruts. The amulet is then immersed in Nam Man Prai charming oil. Made from many love powders.


The Nam Man Prai was prepared during a time previously spent whilst travelling in Cambodia. Ajahn Tawee said that whilst he prepared the oil he also recited a sacred spell 108 times to help increase the sacred power. The amulet is self is made from a number of sacred powders, all of which are known to increase attractiveness.

Powder from Wan "Nang Ok Taek'' (Broken-hearted woman),

Powder from Wan "Thep Ranchuan'' (Charming Angel),

Powder from Wan Khun Pean - (good for spelling a lady)

Magic powder from "Chang Pasomklong Herb'' (Elephant Herb)- collected from an area where elephants are copulating. It is believed to create and stimulate sexual desire.

Finally the amulet was then blessed with ancient khmer incantations, such as the the 'Golden Swan' spell and Mont Ma Sep Nang etc, known to enhance male charm.


The amulet is supplied with the Katha.
Ohm Pra Mair Uma Devi Utcha Hi Utcha Hi
A Hi Ma Ma Mapen Na Metta
Poodai Dai Hen Jong Ruk
……..(name of worshipper)…
(repeat 9 times)


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post Oct 21 2010, 12:43 AM


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Phra Somdej, Luang Phor Unn(Woon), Wat Tanggong (B.E.2548).


Biography of Luang Phor Unn

A highly respected and revered guru monk. Many people have related special occurrences whilst wearing amulets consecrated by this master.

Amongst the most widely reported experiences are successful business dealings and improvement in inter-personal relationships.
One of the most famous incidences related to a man who was robbed and shot with a revolver. All the ammunition pierced his outer garments but none penetrated his body. He was wearing an amulet by Luang Phor Oun at the time to which he he attributed his lucky escape.

Luang Phor Unn Sukakamo, officially named “Prakru Vinai Vacharakit”, was born on March 9th, B.E. 2459, to the family of Mr.Boon Inprom and Mrs.Lek Inprom. He was one of eight siblings.

His family lived in Nong Hintuang, a village of Marbplakao Sub-district, Thayang , Petchburi Province, where he was educated in both Thai and Khom (ancient Khmer) languages at Wat Saikhan. On July 21st, B.E. 2479, aged 20 years he was ordained at Wat Tankong by Pra Atikarn Chun, the abbot of Wat Marbplakao, Luang Phor Piu Dharmasiri, the abbot of Wat Tarnkong, Phra Atikarn Khao, the abbot of Wat Injumpa, who acted as Phra Upacha, Pra Karmavajacharn, and Pra Anusavanacharn respectively.

According to the Thai law, monks must be ordained by the Phra Upacha (an authorized monk), joined by two assistants namely Phra Karmavajacharn, and Phra Anusavanacharn.)
Luang Phor Un spent all his lifetime studying religious sciences and magic, learning from some of the foremost spiritual leaders of his generation.

1.Mr.Boon Inprom, his father, was his first sacred teacher teaching him the science to create Petchmani or Petchjinda, a kind of sacred powder that was often used in conjunction with other powders. Such as jindamanee to create amulets.

Moreover the Petchmani sacred powder was also thought to help cure various ailments and diseases. It is known that during his Mr.Boon Inprom had helped many patients with this powder.

2.Luang Phor Piu Dharmasiri, the abbot of Wat Tarnkong, one of the most sacred monks of Petchburi province, famous for his higher level meditation, although he rarely made contact with the world outside of the temple.

Most locals of the province, particularly the elders, were impressed by his sacred power. Such was the case of an 80 year-old man, who said that Luang Phor Piu possessed immense power and that simply writing a sacred spell onto the forehead of a worshipper would provide protection for eternity.

Also recorded is the case of a lucky teenager, who came from a neighboring province to pay homage to Luang Phor Piu who wrote a sacred spell onto his forehead. Months later that youth was attacked by a gang using knives and wooden batons. He survived uninjured.

3.Luang Phor Tongsuk, the abbot of Wat Tanodeluang, another specialist in high-level meditation science, including “Kasin 10”. He was also famed for the creation of sacred powder that could increase charm and attractiveness.

Kasin is a kind of sacred science that assisted in the practice of meditation and particularly to increase the resultant power. Kasin was divided into 10 sub disciplines including Techo Kasin (or fire meditation), Wayo Kasin (wind-power meditation), etc.

Luang Phor Tongsuk was blessed with a large number of devotees such as Luang Phor Kum of Wat Nongkair, Luang Phor Yid of Wat Nongjok, Luang Phor Pimmalai of Wat Hubmaklum, Luang Phor Nim of Wat Khaonoi, Luang Phor Ob of Wat Tumkaew, Luang Phor Paew of Wat Tanodeluang, Luang Phor Lair of Wat Prasong, etc.

As such it was difficult for Luang Phor Unn to become a disciple, but his sincerity was noticed by Luang Phor Piu who did eventually take him under his wing. Luang Phor Tongsuk taught many sacred sciences to Luang Phor Unn, including the sacred science to create Pong Phra Junkrungsik, Itijae, Patamung, Maharach and Narprapak powders.

These powders are considered five of the most important used by monks to create amulets, all respected for the inherent power that can help worshippers in many different ways such as protection, luck charm, fortune etc. Usually they are mixed with other auspicious constituents.

Two powders in particular, namely; Pong Phra Junkrungsik and Narprapak are thought to be very special indeed as very few monks possess the knowledge to create them. From a collectors viewpoint amulets made from such sacred materials are also hard to source. Indeed it is quite possible that this knowledge will be lost in the near future.

Luang Phor Unn was truly lucky to have learned these sciences, and as a result many of his amulets are considered very sacred.

Furthermore Luang Phor Unn also learned Luang Phor Tongsuk’s sacred Tattoo science, sak yant, which could protect worshippers from all kinds of weapons.

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Locket Luang Phor Unn(Woon/Oun) chanted by LP own self, Wat Tanggong (B.E. 2544).

With 2 takruts and LP's hair.

Biography

A highly respected and revered guru monk. Many people have related special occurrences whilst wearing amulets consecrated by this master.

Amongst the most widely reported experiences are successful business dealings and improvement in inter-personal relationships.
One of the most famous incidences related to a man who was robbed and shot with a revolver. All the ammunition pierced his outer garments but none penetrated his body. He was wearing an amulet by Luang Phor Unn(Woon) at the time to which he he attributed his lucky escape.

Luang Phor Unn Sukakamo, officially named “Prakru Vinai Vacharakit”, was born on March 9th, B.E. 2459, to the family of Mr.Boon Inprom and Mrs.Lek Inprom. He was one of eight siblings.

His family lived in Nong Hintuang, a village of Marbplakao Sub-district, Thayang , Petchburi Province, where he was educated in both Thai and Khom (ancient Khmer) languages at Wat Saikhan. On July 21st, B.E. 2479, aged 20 years he was ordained at Wat Tankong by Pra Atikarn Chun, the abbot of Wat Marbplakao, Luang Phor Piu Dharmasiri, the abbot of Wat Tarnkong, Phra Atikarn Khao, the abbot of Wat Injumpa, who acted as Phra Upacha, Pra Karmavajacharn, and Pra Anusavanacharn respectively.

According to the Thai law, monks must be ordained by the Phra Upacha (an authorized monk), joined by two assistants namely Phra Karmavajacharn, and Phra Anusavanacharn.)
Luang Phor Unn spent all his lifetime studying religious sciences and magic, learning from some of the foremost spiritual leaders of his generation.

1.Mr.Boon Inprom, his father, was his first sacred teacher teaching him the science to create Petchmani or Petchjinda, a kind of sacred powder that was often used in conjunction with other powders. Such as jindamanee to create amulets.

Moreover the Petchmani sacred powder was also thought to help cure various ailments and diseases. It is known that during his Mr.Boon Inprom had helped many patients with this powder.

2.Luang Phor Piu Dharmasiri, the abbot of Wat Tarnkong, one of the most sacred monks of Petchburi province, famous for his higher level meditation, although he rarely made contact with the world outside of the temple.

Most locals of the province, particularly the elders, were impressed by his sacred power. Such was the case of an 80 year-old man, who said that Luang Phor Piu possessed immense power and that simply writing a sacred spell onto the forehead of a worshipper would provide protection for eternity.

Also recorded is the case of a lucky teenager, who came from a neighboring province to pay homage to Luang Phor Piu who wrote a sacred spell onto his forehead. Months later that youth was attacked by a gang using knives and wooden batons. He survived uninjured.

3.Luang Phor Tongsuk, the abbot of Wat Tanodeluang, another specialist in high-level meditation science, including “Kasin 10”. He was also famed for the creation of sacred powder that could increase charm and attractiveness.

Kasin is a kind of sacred science that assisted in the practice of meditation and particularly to increase the resultant power. Kasin was divided into 10 sub disciplines including Techo Kasin (or fire meditation), Wayo Kasin (wind-power meditation), etc.

Luang Phor Tongsuk was blessed with a large number of devotees such as Luang Phor Kum of Wat Nongkair, Luang Phor Yid of Wat Nongjok, Luang Phor Pimmalai of Wat Hubmaklum, Luang Phor Nim of Wat Khaonoi, Luang Phor Ob of Wat Tumkaew, Luang Phor Paew of Wat Tanodeluang, Luang Phor Lair of Wat Prasong, etc.

As such it was difficult for Luang Phor Unn to become a disciple, but his sincerity was noticed by Luang Phor Piu who did eventually take him under his wing. Luang Phor Tongsuk taught many sacred sciences to Luang Phor Unn, including the sacred science to create Pong Phra Junkrungsik, Itijae, Patamung, Maharach and Narprapak powders.

These powders are considered five of the most important used by monks to create amulets, all respected for the inherent power that can help worshippers in many different ways such as protection, luck charm, fortune etc. Usually they are mixed with other auspicious constituents.

Two powders in particular, namely; Pong Phra Junkrungsik and Narprapak are thought to be very special indeed as very few monks possess the knowledge to create them. From a collectors viewpoint amulets made from such sacred materials are also hard to source. Indeed it is quite possible that this knowledge will be lost in the near future.

Luang Phor Unn was truly lucky to have learned these sciences, and as a result many of his amulets are considered very sacred.

Furthermore Luang Phor Unn also learned Luang Phor Tongsuk’s sacred Tattoo science, sak yant, which could protect worshippers from all kinds of weapons and danger.

Many worshippers asked Luang Phor Unn for these sacred skin spells, because it was widely known at the time that they offered extreme protection. Luang Phor Unn stopped tattooing a few decades back after it was made known to him that many gangsters were abusing the power.

Luang Phor Unn also learnt two sacred spells called Na Pudtalod and Na Patamung from Luang Phor Tongsuk, which he often recites, even to this day to help protect those that come to give homage.

Na Pudtalod and Na Patamung two important sacred spells, which are commonly recited during blessing ceremonies, as they are thought to increase the power of amulets. These spells were used by Luang Phor Tongsuk and most of his known disciples.

4.Phra Atikarn Chun, the abbot of Wat Marbplakao, famous for his sacred sciences that could protect worshippers from knives, bullets and many other kinds of weapons. Luang Phor Un studied diligently learning all that he had to teach.

5.Luang Phor Jun, the sacred monk of Wat Marukatayawan, interestingly also a relative of Luang Phor Tongsuk. He specialized in the sacred science called “Sakod Chatri”, which when used appropriately could control fierce or dangerous animals.

Luang Phor Jun revealed that he had learnt this science from a senior Khmer monk, and had taught Luang Phor Unn because he believed him to be a good man

Apart from these five sacred teachers Luang Phor Un learn from many other experts such as Mr Chum who specialized in creation of charming wax, Mr.Mo, who also specialized in creation of sacred tattoos, etc.

(This article ''Biography of Luang Phor Unn'' is from others website. Just used for reference.)


This post has been edited by Nicklkc: Oct 21 2010, 03:14 AM


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