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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)

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Palakit, Archan Pakong(Golden Needle Expert) + Archan Num, Wat Bang Waek (B.E. 2553).


This palakit is consecrated by Archan Pakong(Golden Needle Expert) + Archan Num from Wat Bang Waek thru special session. Naturally attract the opposite sex and have a satisfying love life. Not just go after someone, but have the opposite sex chase you instead. Make a woman become emotionally dependent on you. This is essential if you want her to fall in love with you. You get to catch a girl's trust, attention and attraction, more than anything else. Change your self confidence, for good, so that you no longer feel anxiety, self doubt and nervousness when approaching women and starting conversations. Instantly makes any girl feel special, and makes you irresistible. To attract woman, Like Bees To Honey, and seduce absolutely beautiful women. You get to develop great charisma and become a lot more sexually attractive. More interest, eye contact and “look-backs” from women. Good Business and wealth fetching.

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Phra Phrom (Diamond Shape Silver) Rian, Luang Phor Sawai, Wat PreeDaRarm, Nakhon Pathom Province (B.E. 2540).


Behind of this Phra Phrom rian with original temple code(left) and code number 38 in Thai numerals (right).

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Luang Phor Sawai
Temple : Wat PreeDaRarm, Nakhon Pathom Province.
Material : Silver


Phra Phrom(The four-faced Brahmā Sahampati) 四面佛
Brahmā Sahampati is an early Hindu religion dating back some 5,000 years. This religion is mainly symbolized by a trinity of Gods, namely; Brahma the creator, Vishnu the preserver and Shiva the destroyer. It is believed that this Brahmanical triad combined their powers to create the Buddhist world.

One of the earliest iconographic descriptions of Brahma is that of the four-faced god seated on a lotus. In Thai Buddhism this Brahminist 4-faced god is known as "Phrom Sie Nah ", but it often referred to by others as the 4 faced Buddha.

Thai Buddhists highly respect many Brahminist gods including the 4-faced Phrom Buddhism grew out of a culture which believed in many levels of gods, called devas. There were also the highest level of gods, the Brahma gods, and Maha Brahma, the highest God.

Indeed many Thai religious ceremonies are heavily influenced by Hindu ritualistic practices even amulet consecrations. Buddhism as a religion is deeply rooted in early Hinduism from which it developed.

The description of Brahma like other deities of Hinduism bears a mystic symbolism. The lotus represents the Reality. Brahma sitting on the lotus indicates that he is ever-rooted in the infinite Reality. Reality is the foundation on which his personality rests. The four faces of Brahma represent the four Vedas. They also symbolise the functioning of the inner personality (antahkarana) which consists of thoughts. They are the mind (manas), the intellect (buddhi), ego (ahamkara) and conditioned-consciousness (chitta). They represent the four ways in which thoughts function. They are the manifestations of the unmanifest Consciousness

The significance of the 4 faced God from the Thai perspective is that the Great Brahma is able offer help to the people who cry to him from all directions, granting wishes to those who ask. It is widely thought that Phra Phrom offers protection from danger and prosperity in business.

The most famous image of Brahma or Phra Phrom is located at the Erawan Shrine which can be found at the intersection between Ratchadamri Road and Ratchaprasong Road in Pathum Wan district, Bangkok, Thailand. It is a popular tourist attraction and often features performances by resident Thai dance troupes, who are hired by worshippers in return for seeing their prayers at the shrine answered.

Interestingly Lord Brahma is not popularly worshipped in India. This is so, because the idea of creation is repugnant to seeker of Truth since the creation of thoughts has veiled the infinite Reality. The attempt of all spiritual seekers is to destroy the existing thoughts and maintain the state of single pointed thought until the Reality is revealed. Hence, Siva (god of destruction) and Vishnu (god of maintenance) are worshiped more than Brahma.

Phra Phrom will save you from black magic and the evil ones, brings you happiness, money and prosperity, help to make your good wishes come true, providing protection from danger, and endow the wearer with good luck and and fortune.


The significance of the the various objects held in the hands are:

1.Book signifies wisdom (Panna) leading to the right path to success
2.Chanting Beads signifies cultivation of good karma in the cycle of birth and death (Samsara)
3.Jug signifies ample water (wealth) where one would not be out of thirst opportunity to earn a living
4.Baton is used to discard all obtacles created by the evil ones
5.Shell signifies bringing luck and obtaining precious ones
6.Hand on the Chest signifies protection and safety


(The information about Phra Phrom is from others website. Just used for reference.)


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Rian Ngern (silver) Ajahn Tong (Grand Master of Sak Yant), Talat Phlu neighborhood in Bangkok (B.E. 2552).


Ajahn Tong of Talat Phlu is widely regarded by many as the best Sak Yant master of our present era. Armed with 36 years of experience, the Grandmaster is well known within Sak Yant circles for his exquisite and efficacious Yant tattoos that possesses magical properties such as Kongkrapan (Invincibility), Klaew Klaad(Aversion of Danger) and Metta Mahaniyom (Great Popularity). Dedicating his life to the learning of Wicha, Meditation and Sak Yant, Ajahn Tong learnt from 11 great masters. His masters include:

* Ajahn Ha of Wong Wien Yai (Direct disciple of Luang Pu Suk Wat Makham-Tao)
* Ajahn Tawil
* Luang Phor Teck of Wat Se Mor Got
* Ajahn Jek of Wat Bua Kuan, Nonburi
* Ajahn Chun of Pa Ba Daeng
* Ajahn Lod of Min Buri
* Ajahn Chum of Wat Khao Or, Pattalung
* Ajahn Singh (Sikh Meditation master of Bangkok)
* Ajahn Pa Yung of Bangkok
* Ajahn Tiang of Bangkok Noi
* Ajahn Pu Tom of Suphan Buri

As a result, a great wealth of valuable knowledge is passed down from Ajahn Tong’s various masters to him. This acquired knowledge is then used by Ajahn Tong to consecrate holy amulets and create sacred Yant tattoos for his disciples.

Due to his fame in the creation of sacred Yant tattoos, many people would visit Ajahn Tong’s Samnak daily, to request for his help. He works continuously without rest, often till very late at night, making sure his disciples’ needs are catered for. Such is the commitment shown by this great master of Sak Yant.

Over the years, numerous celebrities have received Yant tattoos from Ajahn Tong. Muay Thai luminaries such as WBC Middle Weight Muay Thai World Champion Yodsanklai Fairtex, WMC Middle Weight Intercontinental Champion Soren Monkongtong and Vice President of the Oceania Muay Thai Federation Nugget McNaught all bear Ajahn Tong’s Yant Kru (Master’s Logo) proudly on their body. International Supermodel and TV celebrity Jaymee Ong is another bearer. More notably the Fighters from the hit reality series “The Contender Asia” by Mark Burnett.

Despite his immense popularity worldwide, Ajahn Tong remains humble, down to earth and well loved by all his disciples – another addition to his already outstanding legacy. Ajahn Tong is indeed a true master who possesses a lot of Metta and Baramee (Loving Kindness).

(The biography Ajahn Tong is from others website. Just used for reference.)


Material : Silver. This Rian Ngern (silver) Ajahn Tong with code number 62 in Thai numerals and Ajahn Tong personal hand written Yantra.





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Real Sacred Tiger Canine (with silver frame), Ajahn Tong (Grand Master of Sak Yant), Talat Phlu neighborhood in Bangkok.


The tiger has a profound spiritual, cultural, and ecological significance throughout most of Asia, a symbol of strength and power. Teeth from the tiger are often used to create amulets, which are said to imbue the owner with many of the renowned characteristics of this fearless beast. Ajahn Tong’s tiger canine were highly respected for the sacred power to help protect worshippers from danger, weapons and enemies, etc. Moreover they were also thought to increase a worshippers’ reputation and power thereby bringing respect and authority.


Worshippers were recommended to always hang Ajahn Tong’s tiger canine before venturing outside of the home, paying respect before they left. Ajahn Tong had engraved many kinds of sacred spell on this tiger canine to increase their sacred power including the spells/kathas such as Tri Nisinghay, Gor Yar, Luesi Lerng Ler, Napatamung. Moreover he also recited other spells during the creation including the sacred power spell “Na”, and a spell to protect worshippers from dangers.


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Oval Shape Rian (Apaka) Ajahn Tong (Grand Master of Sak Yant), Talat Phlu neighborhood in Bangkok (B.E. 2554).


Ajahn Tong of Talat Phlu is widely regarded by many as the best Sak Yant master of our present era. Armed with 36 years of experience, the Grandmaster is well known within Sak Yant circles for his exquisite and efficacious Yant tattoos that possesses magical properties such as Kongkrapan (Invincibility), Klaew Klaad(Aversion of Danger) and Metta Mahaniyom (Great Popularity). Dedicating his life to the learning of Wicha, Meditation and Sak Yant, Ajahn Tong learnt from 11 great masters. His masters include:

* Ajahn Ha of Wong Wien Yai (Direct disciple of Luang Pu Suk Wat Makham-Tao)
* Ajahn Tawil
* Luang Phor Teck of Wat Se Mor Got
* Ajahn Jek of Wat Bua Kuan, Nonburi
* Ajahn Chun of Pa Ba Daeng
* Ajahn Lod of Min Buri
* Ajahn Chum of Wat Khao Or, Pattalung
* Ajahn Singh (Sikh Meditation master of Bangkok)
* Ajahn Pa Yung of Bangkok
* Ajahn Tiang of Bangkok Noi
* Ajahn Pu Tom of Suphan Buri

As a result, a great wealth of valuable knowledge is passed down from Ajahn Tong’s various masters to him. This acquired knowledge is then used by Ajahn Tong to consecrate holy amulets and create sacred Yant tattoos for his disciples.

Due to his fame in the creation of sacred Yant tattoos, many people would visit Ajahn Tong’s Samnak daily, to request for his help. He works continuously without rest, often till very late at night, making sure his disciples’ needs are catered for. Such is the commitment shown by this great master of Sak Yant.

Over the years, numerous celebrities have received Yant tattoos from Ajahn Tong. Muay Thai luminaries such as WBC Middle Weight Muay Thai World Champion Yodsanklai Fairtex, WMC Middle Weight Intercontinental Champion Soren Monkongtong and Vice President of the Oceania Muay Thai Federation Nugget McNaught all bear Ajahn Tong’s Yant Kru (Master’s Logo) proudly on their body. International Supermodel and TV celebrity Jaymee Ong is another bearer. More notably the Fighters from the hit reality series “The Contender Asia” by Mark Burnett.

Despite his immense popularity worldwide, Ajahn Tong remains humble, down to earth and well loved by all his disciples – another addition to his already outstanding legacy. Ajahn Tong is indeed a true master who possesses a lot of Metta and Baramee (Loving Kindness).

(The biography Ajahn Tong is from others website. Just used for reference.)


Material : Apaka. This Apaka Rian Ajahn Tong with personal hand written Yantra.



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post Feb 15 2012, 01:15 AM


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Phra Pidta Nua Wahn (108 types of herb), Luang Phor Thong, Wat Sumpaocher (B.E. 2537).


This Phra Pidta amulet made of sacred powder(Nua Wahn). Chanted by Luang Phor Thong of Wat Sumpaocher. This series of amulets was embedded with a sacred object known as “Petch Na Tung” and LP Thong's special Yant behind of the amulet. Great amulet for extreme protection against danger.

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Than Chan Keramat Copper Rian (Phim Lek), Wat PhraChum Cholthara, Sungai Padi, Narathiwat Province (B.E. 2516).


The previous abbot of the Chao Khun Onn's temple (Wat PhraChum Cholthara, Sungai Padi, Narathiwat Province).

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Chao Khun Onn Rian Ngern Roon Sorng (Silver Material, 2nd Batch), Wat PhraChum Cholthara, Sungai Padi, Narathiwat Province (B.E. 2541).


The 2nd batch Silver Rian of Chao Khun Onn is slightly smaller then the 1st batch.

Effect : Protection from bad influence and evil, Metta Mahalap and prevent from danger.

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Luang Phor Sawai Rian, Wat PreeDaRarm, Nakhon Pathom Province (B.E. 2538)


Luang Phor Sawai has been an expert of concentration of mindfulness in Buddhism way. Also, he successfully studies in Visha (magic) and making efficacious amulets. LP Sawai went to “Tudong” in the jungle alone at NorthEast of Thailand. Tudong is monk’s journey to gain knowledge, to build up good karma and to know the teaching of Buddha. He was well-known among amulet collectors. Many people said that LP Sawai was a monk who possessed a lot of metta(loving-kindness) and bahramee (power). LP Sawai was well known for making “Phra Khun Paen” amulets.


Effect: Increase charming and attractiveness, Metta Maha Saney, Metta Maha Niyom, Good in dealing with people, Improve to strong money luck and strong business luck, your business can grow when everything is going your way, Protection and Prevent Evil Spirit.


Come with original temple box.

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Rian Ngern Sema Kruba Ariyachat (silver material), Wat Sangkaew Photiyan, Chiang Rai Province (B.E. 2555).


Every Rian pump with individual code number.


There are many superb powers in Kruba Ariyachat amulet such as bring wealth, luck, success and good business to a worshipper. On the other hand, Kruba Ariyachat Locket is great of protection that can protect a worshipper from danger, bad things and black magic. Moreover, Kruba Ariyachat amulet can make a worshipper to be invulnerable too.


Kruba Aliyachart
Kruba Aliyachart a very young monk only 28 years old, but Kruba starting with his learning in his kid time. Let's share some of Kruba Biography that I get it from others website.

In aged 12, Kruba already follow his brother and become KaYong Wat and like to study. During that time, Kruba already show his intelligent in Buddhism Teaching. He can used one night only to familiar with Old LanNa (Tuah Meng) and later official as SaMakNing (6th,Apr,2541)at Wat Chai MongKung(Last Time Known As Wat Wang Mui), Lamphun. During Kruba 17 years old. Aliyachart name mean can understand the past and can know the future.

Kruba first study with Kruba Chang Tip whose very famous and also Master for Kruba Boon Chum.Then later study with Kruba Boon Som, Kruba Intha, Kruba Zhai Wong Sar & other Senior Kruba at Northern Thai.

Kruba also pass few years of Tudung life start from Chiang Mai ~ Lamphan ~ Paeh ~ Nan and stay at graveyard together with Phra Archan Manik and after that Phra Archan Manik was leaving and Kruba continue his Samadhi here alone for total of 8 months.

Kruba was very well known on his Samadhi practice, just go for Deep Meditation for 8 days 7 night in this year from 2.1.09 to 9.1.09 with only 1 bottle of water and without eating and going out anywhere.


Katha Rich Rich Rich Super Rich !!!

Namo Tassa Bhagavato, Arahato, Samma Sambuddhasa (x 3times)
Na Ma Pu Tat Nan
Na Ma Pu Po Ti Ya
Na Ma Pi Mu Ta Man
Na Ma Pi Mu Ti Ya


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Phra Kring (silver material), Kruba Ariyachat, Wat Sangkaew Photiyan, Chiang Rai Province (B.E. 2555).


Every Phra Kring laser with individual code number.


There are many superb powers in Kruba Ariyachat amulet such as bring wealth, luck, success and good business to a worshipper. On the other hand, Kruba Ariyachat Locket is great of protection that can protect a worshipper from danger, bad things and black magic. Moreover, Kruba Ariyachat amulet can make a worshipper to be invulnerable too.


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Phra Khun Paen Bai Phut Sa (B.E. 2548 - No. 6th batch) Phim Kamakan Takrut Tongkam(Real Gold), with silver casing , Luang Pu Tim, Wat PhraKhao, Ayutthaya Province.


This Khun Paen Bai Phut Sa with code number 600 in Thai numerals.


Made : 699 pieces

Luang Pu Tim from Wat PhraKhao, a great guru monk who've been conduct good karma his whole life. He's one of the most famous monk in Ayutthaya Province of Thailand. Luang Pu Tim's amulets bring great protection against evils/darkness, attractiveness, respect from all others, wealth/luck fortune. One great monk with full knowledge, his consecrate items are precious, at present he's one best guru monk of Thailand.

Phra Khun Paen Bai Phut Sa Luang Pu Tim powerful blessing charm, attractiveness fortune to opposite sex, extremely good in Metta Maha Niyom and wealth fetching opportunity. This Khun Paen Bai Phut Sa (B.E. 2548 - No. 6th batch) are extremely rare, famous and most wanted phim among LP Tim collectors. Because this is the only one Khun Paen image in meditation under the lotus with a huge tree trunk that LP Tim ever do. That's why it's name under Khun Paen Bai Phut Sa. It's only given the opportunity to rent out for the Kamakan (committee member from Wat PhraKhao). This Khun Paen using a lots of supreme and the best items from LP Tim. Which included Loom Om chewed by LP Tim, old takruts, special (a few hundred years old) wood from Wat PhraKhao, old broken amulets added on, and of course secret recipe of more than hundreds type of metta herbs added on too. If you see it properly, you will notice that have some little shinning copper and silver color inside the amulet (which is melted from old takruts). Dark brown color is from LP Tim's famous Loom Om - betel nut (buah pinang)(which extremely good for prevent danger and evil sipirit). Some little piece of old wood from the temple which "received" Katha and Chanting so long (at least one century ago). Below of the Khun Paen amulet inserted with a gold takrut which is LP Tim hand written Yantra to make the Khun Paen even more powerful on it. A piece of gold foil stick on each side of the amulet to let's the wearer being Good Luck all the time. This amulet has been blessed properly by LP Tim, Wat PhraKhao. On the back presents 5 lines Karma Ancient language as protective Yahn.

Some worshippers said that after hanging these amulets they became instantly more attractive to the opposite sex. Some even say help increase worshippers’ charm and attractiveness. Help increase worshippers reputation. Help worshippers become successful in business and careers.

These amulets are known to be powerful, and even those of us that are not considered attractive will win the hearts of our desired love. Moreover for people who want to succeed in negotiations with customers, partners or even bosses, the sacred power of the amulets could be very helpful to you.


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Na Pak Ser (real tiger forehead skin) with Lersi Yantra


In the Thai language a hermit is called a Lersi (Reusee) and in Khmer a rosei from Sanskrit rishī, that is, a forest dwelling visionary. As a matter of fact, in the oldest surviving Buddhist scriptures, the Buddha himself is referred to as the "Rishī" in the Pali form Isi.

In general Lersi are known as 'Ascetics' and are characterised by refraining from worldly pleasures. Those who practice this lifestyle hope to achieve greater spirituality. Essentially they believe that the action of purifying the body helps to purify the soul, and thus obtain a greater connection with the divine.

Originating in India before the time of Buddha most are hermits and live, study and meditate in caves or forests.


Essentially Phra Lersi are Indian hermits who are credited as founders and patron saints of various professions such as doctors, religious tattooists, white magic practitioners, herbalists and many others. There are a total of 108 scared Lersi (hermits) that are recognized by name and many others who are not. More often than not the Lersi is generically represented as an old man wearing a conical head dress and tiger skin robes.


In Indian mythology, Phra Lersi received worldly knowledge from the Gods and taught this to mankind. Thus Phra Lersi are known as Masters of knowledge and are frequently worshipped by students and others in academic pursuits. As Phra Lersi are also credited to be founders of the Thai magical arts, they feature prominently on the alters of magical practitioners in Thailand and are invoked in rituals.


Frame this piece of Na Pak Ser (real tiger forehead skin) with Lersi Yantra and hang it in front of your house or shop it is believed that you will be protected from black magic and evil spirits.



Tiger in Chinese Culture
In China, tiger symbolizes power and daring. To this day, images of tigers and dragons are often paired off on walls of temples. The Chinese adore tigers for some reasons, tigers eat boars which are harmful to crops in the field, just like cats which eat rats. Tiger can catch boar as easily as a cat can catch rat. Tiger is also called as king of the mountain by the Chinese.

This fearless creature is also revered as the sign that wards off the main disasters of a household; ghosts, fire and thieves. A tiger painting is often hung on the wall inside the building facing the entrance, in this way the “demons” are scared away and cannot enter. The head of the tiger used to be painted on soldier’s shield in order to make the enemy terrified. Tiger is also associated with the God of Wealth (Chai Shen Yeh), this god is often seen sitting on a tiger in Asian art.

The pattern on the tiger’s forehead is very similar to the Chinese character “Wang” which means King, therefore the Chinese believe that people who born in the year of the tiger are natural-born leader.

Traditionally, children would wear shoes and hats made in the shape of a tiger’s head in the Chinese New Year time for the belief that the tigers would protect them from evils. Such decorations are very common in children’s things as they believe children are relatively more vulnerable. Tiger is also considered as the protector of the dead in Asian lore, and they are used as a mark of protection in graves assuring peace for those who have passed.

On the other hand, sometimes tiger can also be seen as a symbol of violence, danger and even evil. This is probably because tigers would often come out of the woods and terrorize small villages in ancient China. Tiger is a powerful and fierce beast that is considered extremely dangerous for human. According to Feng Shui experts, displaying tiger painting or sculpture especially a fierce, hungry tiger (with its mouth open wide) is not good and not recommended as it can cause the owner or people living in that house a lot of problems. The white tiger carries Yin energy according to Chinese astrology. In fengshui, the white tiger represents the cardinal direction of the west and its element is metal.

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Luang Pu Thuad (with little Pidta and special gem stone)(Phim Kamakan), Luang Phor Thong, Wat Sumpaocher (B.E. 2545).


Popular Batch - Luang Pu Tuad B.E. 2545 blessed by LP Thong.

The first monk to create Luang Pu Tuad amulets was Archan Tim (founder), the former abbot of Wat Chang Hai, between BE 2497- E.2512. And after Archan Nong (co-founder) passed away in B.E. 2541, many other monks had created further series of LP Tuad amulets but the most popular being those created by Archan Tim, Archan Nong, and our era is LP Thong from Wat SamPaoChey (passed away in recent year).

Special : This is a popular Batch LP Tuad B.E.2545 - a very good Phitee(Chanting Ceremony), strongly blessed by LP Thong himself. Featured Holy powder and mixed with Somdej Wat Bangkhunprom B.E. 2509 powder. Embedded with a little piece of Phra Pidta (which covered from top to toe) and a special holy gem stone added at the back. Highly efficacous LP Tuad amulets where LP Thong is an expert making the LP Tuad amulets. Supplied with original temple box.

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



Luang Pu Thuad Katha
(For All LP Thuad Amulets Of All Temples)

Step 1) Chant 3 times the salutation Mantra (Namo Mantra) paying respect to our first and greatest Teacher/Lord Buddha:
Na Mo Tassa Bhakhawato Arahato Samma Sambudh Tassa
Na Mo Tassa Bhakhawato Arahato Samma Sambudh Tassa
Na Mo Tassa Bhakhawato Arahato Samma Sambudh Tassa

Step 2) Chant LP Thuad Katha:
Namo BhodhiSattoh ArkanTimaya ItiBhakhawa



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Rian Roon Raek (1st batch) Nur Ngern, Silver Material, Luang Phor Maha Surasak, Wat Pradoo (B.E. 2553)


Every Silver Rian hand crafted with individual code number in Thai numerals. Come with original temple box.

Power:
Amulets made by LP Maha Surasak is very popular in Thailand because there are many wonderful experiences from worshiper such as protect them from dangerous, harm and bad things. On the other hand, this powerful amulet can bring wealth, success and progress to worshiper.


Biography of Luang Phor Maha Surasak:

LP Surasak ordained as Buddhist novice by LP Sud from Wat Galong that LP Sud was magical expert in the past then LP Maha Surasak went to study the magic with LP Yod at Wat Gaeow Jalearn who was expert to make holy thread. Moreover, LP Maha Surasak is expert o make “Takrut Maha Prab” and “Takrut Hua Jai Loka That” that there are many wonderful experiences from these Takruts. LP Maha Surasak make Takrut followed LP Jai, Wat Sadet’s method. LP Surasak said LP Jang who was former abbot of Wat Pradoo is very well known magical expert in the past had close disciple is LP Yim from Wat Nong Bua, Kranchana Buri province. Moreover, LP Yim has close disciples are LP Jai from Wat Sadet and LP Plain from Wat Chai Chumpon Chana Songkram. In addition, LP Jai had close disciple is LP Yod who is teacher of LP Maha Surasak. On the other hand, LP Surasak said the bones of LP Sursak are changed to be like black gem. In free time, LP Maha Surasak like to visit LP Jur-ah and helped LP Jur-ah to create Bia Gae. Besides, LP Maha Surasak studied the magic to create Palad Khik from Ajahn Seng who is disciple of LP Boot from Wat Phrom Wiharn, PhetchaBuri province.

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Pidta Maha Ut, Phim Wal Ter Gor, Luang Phor Woon, Wat Tanggong (B.E. 2542)


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QUOTE(Nicklkc @ Feb 20 2012, 06:15 AM)
Na Pak Ser (real tiger forehead skin) with Lersi Yantra
In the Thai language a hermit is called a Lersi (Reusee) and in Khmer a rosei from Sanskrit rishī, that is, a forest dwelling visionary. As a matter of fact, in the oldest surviving Buddhist scriptures, the Buddha himself is referred to as the "Rishī" in the Pali form Isi.

In general Lersi are known as 'Ascetics' and are characterised by refraining from worldly pleasures. Those who practice this lifestyle hope to achieve greater spirituality. Essentially they believe that the action of purifying the body helps to purify the soul, and thus obtain a greater connection with the divine.

Originating in India before the time of Buddha most are hermits and live, study and meditate in caves or forests.
Essentially Phra Lersi are Indian hermits who are credited as founders and patron saints of various professions such as doctors, religious tattooists, white magic practitioners, herbalists and many others. There are a total of 108 scared Lersi (hermits) that are recognized by name and many others who are not. More often than not the Lersi is generically represented as an old man wearing a conical head dress and tiger skin robes.
In Indian mythology, Phra Lersi received worldly knowledge from the Gods and taught this to mankind. Thus Phra Lersi are known as Masters of knowledge and are frequently worshipped by students and others in academic pursuits. As Phra Lersi are also credited to be founders of the Thai magical arts, they feature prominently on the alters of magical practitioners in Thailand and are invoked in rituals.
Frame this piece of Na Pak Ser (real tiger forehead skin) with Lersi Yantra and hang it in front of your house or shop it is believed that you will be protected from black magic and evil spirits.
Tiger in Chinese Culture
In China, tiger symbolizes power and daring. To this day, images of tigers and dragons are often paired off on walls of temples. The Chinese adore tigers for some reasons, tigers eat boars which are harmful to crops in the field, just like cats which eat rats. Tiger can catch boar as easily as a cat can catch rat. Tiger is also called as king of the mountain by the Chinese.

This fearless creature is also revered as the sign that wards off the main disasters of a household; ghosts, fire and thieves. A tiger painting is often hung on the wall inside the building facing the entrance, in this way the “demons” are scared away and cannot enter. The head of the tiger used to be painted on soldier’s shield in order to make the enemy terrified. Tiger is also associated with the God of Wealth (Chai Shen Yeh), this god is often seen sitting on a tiger in Asian art.

The pattern on the tiger’s forehead is very similar to the Chinese character “Wang” which means King, therefore the Chinese believe that people who born in the year of the tiger are natural-born leader.

Traditionally, children would wear shoes and hats made in the shape of a tiger’s head in the Chinese New Year time for the belief that the tigers would protect them from evils. Such decorations are very common in children’s things as they believe children are relatively more vulnerable. Tiger is also considered as the protector of the dead in Asian lore, and they are used as a mark of protection in graves assuring peace for those who have passed.

On the other hand, sometimes tiger can also be seen as a symbol of violence, danger and even evil. This is probably because tigers would often come out of the woods and terrorize small villages in ancient China. Tiger is a powerful and fierce beast that is considered extremely dangerous for human. According to Feng Shui experts, displaying tiger painting or sculpture especially a fierce, hungry tiger (with its mouth open wide) is not good and not recommended as it can cause the owner or people living in that house a lot of problems. The white tiger carries Yin energy according to Chinese astrology. In fengshui, the white tiger represents the cardinal direction of the west and its element is metal.
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Phayant MaSepNang(early batch) hand draw by Archan Monak.


Archan Monak is an white robe master which is expert in creating Metta Maha Saney Maha Niyom Phayant and Amulet. Archan Monak created this Phayant by using one large piece of white cloth use to cover the dead body of pregnant women who died in horribly in accident, suicide or being murder. The white cloth is cut up between 20 to 30 pieces depending on sizes and hand draw with Image of MaSepNang or Image of Yee Per using pencil. These 20 to 30 pieces of white cloth(Phayant) will be name after the dead women. As to say, each batches of Phayant will carry the name of the dead women where the white cloth was taken. Some Phayant that u seen with brown spot or dirt in brownish is actually the blood of the deceased. So, please do not use it to wipe your face nor you would like to smell it. Please practice hygiene.

Each time Archan Monak make a batch of Phayant, Archan will keep one piece as to pray, make merit to the spirit of the dead women inside the Phayant. Archan Monak always remind the user of his Phayant not to use it in an evil way and Archan only gave out his Phayant to single’s only. Owner of the Phayant can also make merit for the Phayant spirit by doing good deeds by offering prayers and donation to the spirit of Phayant. Men who use it will be like by women while women who use it will be well likened by men. Archan Monak Phayant MaSepNang, Phayant Phra Khun Paen and Phayant Yee Per is well known in a town of Bangkok, Thailand for its Metta Maha Saney(Attractiveness Effect). Over the years, people who uses Amulets or Phayant from Archan Monak has many good feedback. Its popularity has now spread over whole Thailand and many people are trying their hands on Archan Monak. Archan Monak makes a extremely limited pieces of Phayant to be given out for the devotees. Estimate no more than 300 pieces.


How to use:

1) Apply our daily use scented body powder or perfume into your finger. Then apply on the image on the Phayant as an offering to the spirit.

2) Put women lipstick on the image of the phayant as an offering to the spirit.

3) Then fold the Phayant and pray to it. Remember before you pray, call up the spirit of MaSepNang. Then only you makes a wish. If you did accordingly, all your wishes will come true.

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Phayant Yee Per(early batch) hand draw by Archan Monak.


Archan Monak is an white robe master which is expert in creating Metta Maha Saney Maha Niyom Phayant and Amulet. Archan Monak created this Phayant by using one large piece of white cloth use to cover the dead body of pregnant women who died in horribly in accident, suicide or being murder. The white cloth is cut up between 20 to 30 pieces depending on sizes and hand draw with Image of MaSepNang or Image of Yee Per using pencil. These 20 to 30 pieces of white cloth(Phayant) will be name after the dead women. As to say, each batches of Phayant will carry the name of the dead women where the white cloth was taken. Some Phayant that u seen with brown spot or dirt in brownish is actually the blood of the deceased. So, please do not use it to wipe your face nor you would like to smell it. Please practice hygiene.

Each time Archan Monak make a batch of Phayant, Archan will keep one piece as to pray, make merit to the spirit of the dead women inside the Phayant. Archan Monak always remind the user of his Phayant not to use it in an evil way and Archan only gave out his Phayant to single’s only. Owner of the Phayant can also make merit for the Phayant spirit by doing good deeds by offering prayers and donation to the spirit of Phayant. Men who use it will be like by women while women who use it will be well likened by men. Archan Monak Phayant MaSepNang, Phayant Phra Khun Paen and Phayant Yee Per is well known in a town of Bangkok, Thailand for its Metta Maha Saney(Attractiveness Effect). Over the years, people who uses Amulets or Phayant from Archan Monak has many good feedback. Its popularity has now spread over whole Thailand and many people are trying their hands on Archan Monak. Archan Monak makes a extremely limited pieces of Phayant to be given out for the devotees. Estimate no more than 300 pieces.


How to use:

1) Apply our daily use scented body powder or perfume into your finger. Then apply on the image on the Phayant as an offering to the spirit.

2) Put women lipstick on the image of the phayant as an offering to the spirit.

3) Then fold the Phayant and pray to it. Remember before you pray, call up the spirit of Yee Per. Then only you makes a wish. If you did accordingly, all your wishes will come true.

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Somdej Pae Sorng Parn (2nd issue), Luang Phor Pae, Wat Phikultong, Singburi Province (B.E. 2511).


Made in Year B.E. 2511, 2nd batch of Somdej Luang Phor Pae made. This Pae Sorng Pae materials mix Ittije sacred powder (Somdej Toh's method) include some little gold chips on the surface. The reverse of the amulet features with the image of Luang Phor Pae.

Praise of the image of Somdej Buddha : Harmproof, strong Protection, Great Metta, Bring good fortune especially business, easily dealing with customers and win over competitiors.




Biography of Luang Phor Pae

Phra Dhammamuni (Pae Khemangaro Por. Thor. 5)

The abbot of Pikulthong Temple (royal monastery) and Monastery Master of Singburi Province.

The old name of Pra Dhammamuni (Pae Khemangaro Por. Thor. 5) is Pae. His father is Mr. Tien Chaimankong and his mother is Mrs. Nuay.

He was born on the second month of Big-snake Year (it is considered as Small-snake Year according to international principle), in the night of the waxing moon. It was on January 1st, 1905 (b.E 2448) at Suankluay Village, Moo 8, Tornsamor Sub-district, Bhromburi District, Singburi Province

(Tornsamor Sub-district has been included with Bhoprachak and Wiharnkhao Sub-district and promoted to be Thachang District).

Pra Dhammamuni or the Reverend Father Pae has 4 kins. He is the last born. All of his kins already passed away.

At the age of 11 he studied Thai language with the Abbot of Wat Pikultong, Ajahn Pan. In addition he also studied Thai language with Master Pom Chantasuwanno. This was considered basic graduation studies at that age.


Priesthood

After his basic graduation, Mr. Bun Khamwibul, his uncle and his father-in-law took him to Master Som, a Khmer monk of the 15th department of Chanasongkram Temple, Pranakorn District, Bangkok where he learnt basic subjects for 1 year and then Bali grammar at Wat Mahathatyuwaratrangsarit, Bangkok.

He was a disciple of the Reverend Wanarat (Heng Khemarimahathera).

He entered his priesthood as a novice on Thursday of the 5th month, waning moon 12, Monkey Year, A.D. 1282 at New Pikulthong Temple, Singburi Province.

The abbot Pan was a preceptor at his ordination (This temple was changed to Pikulthong Temple in 1940)


Ordination


At the age of 22 he was finally ordained a monk at Wat Pikultong on the Wednesday of the 6th month, waxing moon 10, Tiger Year, A.D. 1288. It was April 21st, 1926. (B.E 2474)

Pra Monkoldhipmuni, the abbot of Chakrawadirajawat Temple, Sampanthawong District, Bangkok, was the preceptor. Prakru Sithidej of Chanasongkram Temple, Pranakorn District, Bangkok, was the monk who led the verbal declaration.

The abbot On of Mae Thong Temple (Champathong), Poeprachak Sub-district, Bromburi District, Singburi Province was the chaplain at the ceremony.

He was given the priest name "Khemangaro" from his preceptor.


Widhyathana

1923 – Graduated the third class of Buddhist Test at the age of 18 years

1925 – Graduated the third level of Buddhist teaching (when he was a novice) at Mahathatyuwaratrangsarit Temple, Pranakorn, Bangkok.

1926 – Graduated the second level of Buddhist Test at Mahathatyuwaratrangsarit Temple, Pranakorn, Bangkok.

1927 – Graduated the fourth level of Buddhist teaching at Mahathatyuwaratrangsarit Temple, Pranakorn, Bangkok.
Appointment to be abbot and learning psychology

In 1931, the villagers surrounding New Pikulthong Temple invited Pramaha Pae Khemangaro to return to his domicile and assume the vacant position of Abbot of New Pikulthong Temple. It was considered that he was sufficiently qualified to take up the challenge to sustain the Buddhist faith.

When he agreed to take the position he decided that he needed to further educate himself to better serve the people and develop the monastery. He started to study Psychology and Magic, including Thai Herbs which in that period were very important aspect of village life.

He studied under Master Kliang of Suthatthepwararam Temple in Bangkok. Master Kliang taught him all that he needed to know in the various disciplines in which he was interested.

Apart from Master Kliang, he also studied under the Reverend Srisatjamuni (Pramaha Sonthi Yatitharo) and the Reverend Father Liam. (the villagers called him as "Luang Ta Liam") Both of whom were disciples of the Patriarch as well.
He devolved close relationships with all his teachers. This is evidenced by the fact that when there was a ceremony to the bless amulet of Phra Somdej Thong and Phra Chinarat, the Reverend Sonthi asked Master Kliang to bring his mould to LP Pae.

These are identical moulds to Phra Chinarat Mor. Khor. 1 of Suthatthepwararam Temple. In addition certain Kring amulets of Wat Suthatthepwararam were mixed with the amulets of Somdej Thong and Phra Chinarat.

At a latter date he studied psychology and magic under a very famous and highly respected monk from Wat Praprang, Singburi. His name was "Luang Por Si" or "Prakru Sriwiriyasopit" (Si Chaya Gesaro"). He studied until he became a recognised expert himself. Indeed it was with the help of Luang Phor Si that he chanted his first amulet. his first amulet

Luang Phor Pae was known as a good monk, one who respected the Buddhist precepts, his masters, his family, and the villagers who loved and trusted him. He was the beloved disciple of Luan Phor Sai.

Unfortunately Luang Phor Pae passed away at the age of 94 having been in the priesthood for over 70 years. The funeral and cremation was carried out under the patronage of Their majesties the King and Queen.


His Amulets


The beauty and efficacy of his amulets are known the world over. His amulets are collected by individuals from every corner of the globe. In particular his unique rainbow pims are instantly recognisable, and very popular amongst his devotees, almost a trademark amulet.

Although he chanted over 100 amulet batches during his life time, some have become quite rare, and all continue to increase in value.




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