Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Thep Jamleng Pamora or King of Butterfly(with two real gold takruts) made and blessed by Khruba Krisahna Intawanno, Wat Pa Mahawan, Nakhon Ratchasima (B.E.2547).

Size : 4 cm x 2.8 cm
Khruba Krisahna Intawanno is a famous Guru, known for making efficacious pendants of the King of Butterfly or Thep Jamleng Pamora. The efficacy of his pendants has been witnessed by many of his believers and had even won over many hardcore sceptics who had originally thought that this was just another sales gimmick thought about by enterprising amulets businessmen. Many people who have worn the above pendant have reported very significant changes to their lives and experiences of good luck and good fortune. As such, this amulet is very popular with devotees especially from the Asian countries due to its many good experiences.


The price for a King of Butterfly amulet of this kind and size can go up to a few hundred US dollars. However, in order to spread the teachings of Buddha Dhamma under Khruba's guidance, there are pieces been offered at much lower rental and is a good rent for new devotees. Handwritten real gold takruts of Khruba Krisahna Intawanno, a few pieces of colourful gemstones have been attached to the back of the amulet. The gold takruts enhance the power of the pendant while the exquisite gemstones bring about richness and good interpersonal relationships. Khruba Krisahna Intawanno once said that gemstones have beneficial energy within themselves naturally and by using gemstones in his pendants, Khruba Krisahna Intawanno is harnessing the natural powers of gemstones to bless people with good luck and fortune. However, Khruba said that not just any gemstone bought from the jeweller can be worn for such purposes as the stones have to be blessed and cleansed first of impure energy by a qualified master who has the mind power to do so. The painting on the amulet was done by Khruba Krisahna Intawanno himself using natural paints.


As this is a painstaking job, Khruba could only produce very little of each of these pendants each day. That is the reason why these amulets are in great demand by devotees. Khruba's amulet is made of a carefully-selected mixture of flower powder, holy powder and other sacred materials. As such, this nice amulet has a strong and pleasant fragrance that lingers around even after a long period of time. This amulet has been blessed personally by Khruba Krisahna Intawanno himself when it was rented from the temple.
This piece show inside the hard cover book is the same mould and same arrangement of the Gold Takruts and gem stones. 

The effects of the King of Butterfly amulet are as follows:
Helps in creating business opportunities and drawing wealth. Dissolving disharmony and discord between people. Easier to find help from people around. Conquering and eliminating enemies. Grants wishes and helps you achieve your aims. Averting obstacles and danger.

Khruba Krisahna Intawanno - King of Butterfly amulet collections hardcover book.

Sunday, August 3, 2014

Rian Luang Pu Thuad (with Gold Frame), Archan Tim, Wat Chang Hai, Pattani Province (B.E.2505)


Luang Pu Thuad amulets are well know to protect the wearer from danger, evil spirits and accidents. Many people 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.


Biography of Archan Tim
Archan Tim abbot of Wat ChangHai and the first master ever make Luang Pu Thuad amulet.

In B.E 2490s, Archan Tim (Wat ChangHai) and Archan Nong (Wat Sai Khao) decided to get some amulets to give to all the donors that help to re-build and furbish Wat ChangHai. They travelled all the way to Bangkok to look for amulets and didn't expectedly they met many Guru Monks of Wat Rakang and; were imparted with the knowledge of making scarce amulet. Method of how Somdej Toh (Archan Toh, Wat RaKang) made his famous and efficacious Somdejs.

Archan Tim and Archan Nong decided to make their own amulets that they wanted to give away to all donors. They travelled to a lot of places that were associated with Luang Phor Thuad (LP Thuat). Such as where he was ordained, where he used to stay, where he was buried etc. and collected all the holy soils from those places. Most important, they were actively in meditation to ask for approval from LP Thuad to collect the soils for the making of the B.E. 2497 Luang Phor Thuad amulets. Meditation was conducted in all the holy places that they had traveled to. These make the holy soils even more scarce. Furthermore, they are mixed with many herbs materials (108 types).

For more info about the Legend of Luang Pu Thuad, please check it out the below link: 
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Saturday, August 2, 2014

Rian Phor Than Klai (善堂) batch, Nur Alpaka, Wat Suan Kan, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province (B.E.2505)

Superb Condition!!!  Made : 500 pcs
Luang Phor Klai (Phor Than Klai) was born in Chang Klang District, Nakhon Si Thammarat on 27 March B.E.2419. His former name was Klai Sinil, the son of In and Neaw Sinil. On 10 September B.E.2439, he ordained at Wat Wang Muang. Luang Phor Klai is one of the respectable monk and famous southern monk. It was rumoured that whatever he said or predicted, often came true, and that is why he was given the title "Golden Mouth" by many. In addition, his amulet is sacred in Metta Maha Niyom, which is effect of loving-kindness. 


When Luang Phor Klai was 14 years old, he went with his uncle to chop firewood and the tree he was chopping fell towards him and squashed his left leg. Luang Phor Klai though it was nothing much just a small injury and did not seek for medical attention, but eventually it become worse and worse. His left ankle was shattered upon inspection, it swelled till very big, started going gangrenous and the pain was unbearable couldn't be cured.

One day when Luang Phor Klai couldn't bear the pain any more, he took a sharp knife and chopped of the swollen ankle region. When someone found out he did that, they were shocked and immediately went to find herbs to help him to stop bleeding and found a medicinal healer to cure him.

Eventually Luang Phor Klai had trouble getting around and usually moved around on water buffalo. After Luang Phor Klai become less mobile due to this, he ordained at the age of 15 and by the age of 26 he become the temple abbot.


He then passed away at 11.05pm on 5 December B.E.2513 at the age of 95 and his body is still intact and is presented at Wat That Noi, Chan Di Sub-District, Chawang District, Nakhon Si Thammarat.


During that time, Luang Phor Klai become one of the very respectful monks by the Thai King. A lot of mystery things happen on Luang Phor Klai and when he past away, they try to burn his body but no one else can burn it although they try a few times. The final time, Thai King himself try to burn it but unfortunately only can burn one of his toe.

Around 60 years ago, Luang Phor Klai had made a batch of Jatukam amulets. LP have two students. Both of them had become Ajarn. One of the students is Ajarn Khun Pan. The size of the Jatukam amulet is more bigger than amulet now a day. And the price of those Jatukam amulet already very expensive. The out look of the Jatukam amulet is not as nice as now. The amulet that made by Luang Phor Klai is very collectable. Luang Phor Klai is one of the high rank monks and become one of the respectful monks in the Thailand.


Story behind Phor Than Klai

When people in West Malaysia heard of the legend of the "Golden Mouth" monk, a lot of people went Thailand and looking for Luang Phor Klai to ask for lottery numbers but eventually 
Luang Phor Klai shook his head and did not say anything. Someone found a way around it, instead of asking for a number the man show Luang Phor a number and asked whether it was nice. Luang Phor Klai replied that it was not bad and the man bought lottery and strike a lot of money.

(The Biography of Phor Than Klai is from others website. Just used for reference.) 

Friday, August 1, 2014

Phra Phim Hanuman (with Gold Frame), Luang Phor Sakorn, Wat NongKrup, Rayong Province (B.E.2514)

Rare! Seldom seen in the Thai Amulet market.
This amulet is great for Luck and protect the owner from the danger and bad spiritual. Also bring Business get to attract more customer or bring owner have fascinate from the peoples, and make employee more obedience to the boss(Authority). The image of the Hanuman can help the wearer Victories in all obstacles and aspects of life. It also extremely good for Maha Larp(Great Fortune), Great charismatic power feared by others, being in authority(Maha Amnaj) and free from all harms(Klaew Klaad).

Wood Palakit, Luang Phor Chom (disciple of Luang Phor Sawai), Wat Lak Song.


This Palakit is made by wood material. Luang Phor Chom hand crafted his teacher (Luang Phor Sawai)famous tiger's Yantra(经文) and Salika Bird on the whole body part of this Palakit.

Effect:
 Strong in bringing up your opposite sex attraction, Like Bees To Honey, Interpersonal Relationship, Get Wealth, Increase your self-confidence & Sweet words. (人缘至尊,招财,财运)

**Come with two sizes: long 8 cm and short 6 cm.

Phra Somdej Roon Raek (1st batch), Luang Phor Mee, Wat MunWiChai, Ayutthaya Province (B.E.2507).


Biography Luang Phor Mee, Wat MunWiChai
Luang Por Mee of Wat MunWiChai, Ayutthaya province was born in B.E. 2455. He was a disciple of the great guru monk - Luang Por Chong of Wat NaTangNok, a temple very near to Wat MunWichai. Luang Por Mee's amulets are known for there 'Metta Maha Niyom'.

Because of more than thousand years of Buddhism establishment in Thailand, many magic stories of senior monks were recorded, and of course Luang Por Parn of Wat BangNomkho, Ayutthaya province, was one of the most famous legends.

That allured not only ordinary people to deeply respect and believe in Luang Por Parn, but even many other monks also believed in him and tried to seek an opportunity to be his followers, for any one who can succeed in learning and practicing Luang Por Parn magical science will be highly respected by the general public in Thailand.

Anyway, just a few of them were really successful to learn and receive all those magical science from Luang Por Parn, and one of them was Luang Por Mee who had devoted all his life to learn everything from Luang Por Parn.

Starting from learning general things such as teaching Dharma for local people and using some wild grass to cure diseased people. Those steps might be boresome and many had decided to fade away, because they thought it’s too difficult and impossible for them to learn all the precious science from Luang Por Parn.

But for Luang Por Mee, nothing was impossible for him, he was dare enough to devote even his life for Luang Por Parn, so why must he be afraid of anything else?


Such decisive mind really pushed Luang Por Mee to walk ahead and ahead through all difficulties, until he had reached an important step that led him to the magic science of Luang Por Parn.

The step was to learn a magical science called “Asupa-gamadhan”, this science is not only difficult to learn but also very much awful to all people, that made many leave the scene unsuccessfully.

Asupa means corpse, and gamadhan means high-level concentration practicing, therefore the learners have to spend months or years staying with the dead to consider the 5 Khuntha which are:

1. Rupa, or surroundings those can be seen with human eyes.
2. Vetana, or receiving of sadness and happiness including with no feeling (which’s called U-beka).
3. San-ya, or memory and recognition.
4. Sang-kara, or emotions which divided into two types, one is good and merciful emotion, another is bad and wicked emotion.
5. Vin-yana, or feelings such as feel cold, feel hot, feel hungry, feel thirsty, etc..

The purpose of practicing the science is to realize the truth of human beings that is the main step to be enlightened in the future.

Apart from practiced all those mentioned above, Luang Por Mee also learned many of Luang Por Parn’s magical spells, and those spells are really powerful for creating magical things, including amulets.

After he accomplished all the learning, Luang Por Mee had traveled to many places and eventually settled at Wat Munwichai, Ayutthaya province, where he had used all the magical science of Luang Por Parn to help lots of people.

That’s why Luang Por Mee was praised as one of the most distinguished disciples of Luang Por Parn, and his amulets were so much trustful as the magic things to dispel all evils.



A well known account of Luang Phor Mee
An Ajahn of Luang Phor Pern was assisting a villager who was under the influence of a black magic spell. As a consequence of his lack of experience and power the effects of that black magic were passed to the Ajarn.

Luang Phor Pern himself could not exorcise the demonic forces and had to seek guidance from Luang Phor Mee at Wat MunWiChai.

Lunag Phor Mee performed sacred rituals to remove the dark forces. During this process the Ajarn felt great discomfort and passed nails during a visit to the bathroom. He immediately knew that the effects of the spell had been lifted.

It was apparent that Luang Phor Mee possessed the requisite high levels of wisdom and dharma, and that day's events became widespread news.

(The Biography of Luang Phor Mee is from others website. Just used for reference.) 


Effect : This  piece of Phra Somdej Roon Raek Luang Phor Mee great for Victories in all aspects of life, Successful in everything that you do, strong in Metta Maha Niyom (attractiveness/charming) , Kaew Klaad (prevent from danger/accident), Chok Larp + Chok Dee (good fortune and good luck), Gain the "upper hand" in business or career, Kha Khai (wealth). 

Phra Pikanet (Ganesha), Nur Wahn, Luang Phor Dum (Than Dum), Wat Mai Naparam, Narathiwat Province.


In Thailand, Ganesha is called Phra Phikanet or Phra Phikanesuan and is worshipped as the deity of fortune and success, and the remover of obstacles. He is associated with arts, education and trade. Thai Buddhists frequently pay respect to Ganesha and other Brahmin deities as a result of the overlapping Buddhist/Brahmin cosmology. 

Phra Pidta Fossil Wood (木化石), Luang Phor Dum (Than Dum), Wat Mai Naparam, Narathiwat Province (B.E. 2543)

The bottom of the Pidta inserted with special Wahn (herbs).
Luang Phor Dum (Than Dum) from Wat Mai Naparam in Narathiwat Province (near to the Kelantan border). LP Dum is an expert on making prized Pidta 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. 

Thursday, July 31, 2014

Phra Pidta, Nur Phong Bailarn, Luang Phor Dum (Than Dum), Wat Mai Naparam, Narathiwat Province (B.E. 2542)

Come with original temple box. 
With Serial Number 1693 in the bottom of the amulet.

Luang Phor Dum (Than Dum) from Wat Mai Naparam in Narathiwat Province (near to the Kelantan border). LP Dum is an expert on making prized Pidta 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. 

Phra Pidta, Galaithong, Luang Phor Dum (Than Dum), Wat Mai Naparam, Narathiwat Province (B.E. 2550)

Come with original temple box
Luang Phor Dum (Than Dum) from Wat Mai Naparam in Narathiwat Province (near to the Kelantan border). LP Dum is an expert on making prized Pidta 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.