Friday, April 29, 2016

Phra Pidta PangPaKan, Phim Lek, Nur Thong Daeng, Ajarn Khun Pan and Ajarn Klan, Wat Khao Or (B.E.2544)

Size : diameter 3 cm

Come with original casing. This batch of Phra Pidta PangPaKan go through more than 10 times major blessing ceremony and consecration.

Ajarn Khun Pan
Biography of Ajarn Klan, Wat Khao Or.

Phra Pidta PangPaKan, Phim Lek, Nur Nawak, Ajarn Khun Pan and Ajarn Klan, Wat Khao Or (B.E.2544)


Size : diameter 3 cm

Come with original casing. This batch of Phra Pidta PangPaKan go through more than 10 times major blessing ceremony and consecration.

Ajarn Khun Pan
Biography of Ajarn Klan, Wat Khao Or. 

Phra Pidta PangPaKan, Phim Lek, Nur Ngern, Ajarn Khun Pan and Ajarn Klan, Wat Khao Or (B.E.2544)


Size : diameter 3 cm

Come with original casing. This batch of Phra Pidta PangPaKan go through more than 10 times major blessing ceremony and consecration.
Ajarn Khun Pan
Biography of Ajarn Klan, Wat Khao Or

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Coming Soon on June... Surat Thani Amulets Competition !!

COMING SOON.
SAMAKOM "Thai Buddha Image Admiration Association"
Competition: Surat Thani Province
Date: 11.06.2016/ 12.06.2016
Table: LP Eaum Table Listing 
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Rian Roon Raek Gold and Nawak Material
Rian Roon Raek Copper Material
Rian Roon Raek All Materials (Fabart / Alpaka / Uncut)
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Tiger Gold / Silver Material
Tiger Nawak Tem Soot Material
Tiger All Materials
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Rian Mahalarp Gold / Nawak Phiset
Rian Mahalarp Silver Material
Rian Mahalarp All Materials
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Phra Khun Paen (White / Black) B.E.2556
Phra LP Thuad (White / Brown / Black) B.E.2557
Phra Sivali (White / Brown) B.E.2558
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Rian Sema 7 Rob Gold
Rian Sema 7 Rob Silver Zone
Rian Sema 7 Rob Nawak Zone
Rian Sema 7 Rob all Materials
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Phayant Handprint First batch
Phayant Handprint Second batch

Friday, January 29, 2016

Phra Lersi (in meditation position), Lo Bolan, Nur Thong Leung, Phor Than Pong, Wat Jaeng, Phatthalung (B.E.2555)

Phra Lersi are Indian hermits who are credited to be the founders and patron saints of various professions like doctors, religious tattooists, white magic practitioners, herbalists and many others.

There are a total of 108 sacred hermits who are recognised by name and many others who are not. Most often than not, all 108 of the hermits are represented by a generic image of a wisely old man wearing a conical hat and tiger skin robes but there are also specific images who represent specific Phra Lersi.

In Indian mythology, Phra Lersi received worldly knowledge from the gods and taught these knowledges to men. Thus, these Phra Lersi are also the masters of knowledge and are frequently worshipped by students and people in academic pursuits.

As Phra Lersi are also credited to be the founders of the Thai magical arts, they feature prominently on the altars of magical practitioners in Thailand and are invoked in rituals.

By carrying with oneself the images of Phra Lersi, one can be protected from all forms of black magic and evil spirits as well. Students are also recommended to wear his image as he is able to aid one in studies and knowledgeable pursuits.


Effect : It has superb power of protection, prosperity, harmony, avoiding negative influences or chi, prevent black magic, winning over business competition.


Phra Lersi Chum Talad (forward), Lo Bolan, Phor Than Pong, Wat Jaeng, Phatthalung (B.E.2555)

Phra Lersi Chum Talad (forward) is Brahmin deities as a result of the overlapping Buddhist/Brahmin cosmology. Phra Lersi Chum Tal ad is great for the wearer who moving forward. The wearer won't stay at one place forever, will always have the opportunity to move forward. 

Phra Lersi are Indian hermits who are credited to be the founders and patron saints of various professions like doctors, religious tattooists, white magic practitioners, herbalists and many others.

There are a total of 108 sacred hermits who are recognised by name and many others who are not. Most often than not, all 108 of the hermits are represented by a generic image of a wisely old man wearing a conical hat and tiger skin robes but there are also specific images who represent specific Phra Lersi.

In Indian mythology, Phra Lersi received worldly knowledge from the gods and taught these knowledges to men. Thus, these Phra Lersi are also the masters of knowledge and are frequently worshipped by students and people in academic pursuits.

As Phra Lersi are also credited to be the founders of the Thai magical arts, they feature prominently on the altars of magical practitioners in Thailand and are invoked in rituals.

By carrying with oneself the images of Phra Lersi, one can be protected from all forms of black magic and evil spirits as well. Students are also recommended to wear his image as he is able to aid one in studies and knowledgeable pursuits.


Effect : It has superb power of protection, prosperity, harmony, avoiding negative influences or chi, prevent black magic, winning over business competition.

Phra Pidta Maha Saneh, Nur Phong Kesorn, Luang Pu Toh, Wat Pradoochimplee, Bangkok (B.E.2518)


Phra Pidta Mahasaneh, Nur Phong Kesorn, 33,000 pieces, B.E.1518
This Phra Pidta was the 1st batch of Phra Pidta produced under the name of Wat Pradoochimplee. Wat Mai Amataros was invited to mix the powder and press the amulets. Luang Pu Toh had blessed this batch of Phra Pidta for 3 months by emphasizing on compassion. Many people who have worn this amulet reported of many great experiences especially in their careers. The people who posses this Phra Pidta amulets are usually successful and progressing in their careers.

Phra Pidta Mahasaneh has the width of 1.8 cm, height of 2 cm, and depth of 0.2 cm. There were 2 types of materials used, Nur Phong Kesorn and Nur Phong Bailan. 



Phra Khreung Roon Wat Mai Amataros, Luang Pu Toh, Wat Pradoochimplee, Bangkok (B.E. 2518) 

In the year B.E.2517, Wat Pradoochimplee hired the technicians who produced the amulets for Wat Mai Amataros, Bangkhunprom to do the production for 4 moulds of powdered amulets. 

1. Phra Pidta Roon Mahasaneh
Nur Phong Kesorn - 33,000 pieces
Nur Phong Bailan - 3,000 pieces

2. Phra Somdej Prok Po Phim Ok Rong
Nur Phong Kesorn - 33,000 pieces

3. Phra Somdej Phim Sarm Liam Kha Toh
Nur Phong Kesorn - 3,000 pieces
Nur Phong Bailan - 3,000 pieces

4. Phra Phong Phim Chan Loy (Phim Klom - round shaped)
Nur Phong Kesorn Phim Raek less than 5,000 pieces
Nur Phong Kesorn Phim Sorng 30,000 pieces


These 4 powdered amulets were produced in the year B.E.2517 and were brought to Luang Pu Toh to bless for 1 full year before distribution. During that period, no one had the knowledge of powder mixing and pressing amulets at Wat Pradoochimplee. Luang Pu Toh was very old so he was not involved in the production but he assigned this task to Phra Kru Viroj Kittikhun, who contacted the technicians and also arranged for the amulets distribution.

The powder formula of Wat Mai Amataros was already famous for good powder mixture in the amulet market. The mixture consists of Tang Ew oil, shell cement, white cement water, soft coconut sugar and various powder of dried plant stems. After Phra Kru Viroj Kittikhun learned the formula of producing such powder amulets, he started producing powdered amulet for Wat Pradoochimplee. Starting from Phra Somdej Roon Yeuan India B.E.2519 (Visit India Batch), he subsequently produced many more Phims of Phra Pidta amulets by using powder formula of Wat Mai Amataros. When he wanted to produced Phra Nur Phong Bailan (burnt palm leaves), he would use old rotten palm leaves and coconut shells which were burnt and ground into powder mixed with dried stamens powder. This mixture will make the content of amulets soft but glossy in appearance. 

There are Thai words which were embossed at the back of all the amulets in this batch - "Luang Pu Toh Wat Pradoochimplee".


(The information for Phra Pidta Mahasaneh is from others website. Just used for reference.) 

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Friday, January 22, 2016

1st batch Buccha Phor Than Eaum 5 inch lap, Long Dum, SarmNak Sorng Phatibat Tham SuanPa Taling Chan, Phatthalung (B.E.2558)

龙婆恩第一期供奉型金身,五寸脚,瓦顺吧达玲赞,八打隆 (佛年 : 二五五八)

No. : 21
号码 :二十一

Made : 184 pieces
制造 :一百八十四尊
Bottom 底部

Friday, January 15, 2016

Phra Khun Pean Phong Plai Guman, (white meat with one copper takrut), Luang Phor Sakorn, Wat NongKrup, Rayong Province (B.E.2538)

This was the prime reason that he created this amulet, known as Khun Paen Pong Plai Guman, which will is able to help followers in fortune-fetching, bringing good luck and making oneself well-liked by people around you. You will be loved and admired by others, offerings and good fortune will transpire form the least expected places. It is also good for improving one's interpersonal relationships and attracting people.

Charm on its own though is not sufficient, proficiency is also required to solve life's problems. Proficiency that lives within you and flows rapidly and easily when most needed. As long as you possess consciousness, intelligence, patience and constant effort, this attribute will be available to you, to steer you on a safe course through these difficult times.


Last but not least is good fortune and luck. Luck will look down upon you wherever you go. This Khun Paen Pong Plai Guman amulet will bring the owner luck and fortune in abundance. With these three blessings the quality of your life will dramatically improve forever.



What is Plai Guman powder ???


Luang Pu Tim of Wat Lahanrai used to create Pong Plai Guman powder followed very ancient ways, which only a few monks had the knowledge to create successfully.


Kon Kulahp (the disciple of Luang Pu Tim) was instructed by Luang Pu Tim to find the corpse of a woman that died during pregnancy and the woman should have died on a Saturday and cremated on a Tuesday. He was further told that once such a cadaver was located that he should remove parts of the child's skull, from the unborn fetus and not look back once the sacred material had been secured. This was carried out in accordance with the wishes of Luang Pu Tim.


Luang Pu Tim chanted a special Katha for one week in order to prevent the spirit departing from the Plai Guman. Once completed, Kon Kulahp was instructed to pound and grind the material into a fine powder, which he commenced to do, before becoming somewhat disturbed by sparks emanating from the mortar. He had to burn incense and ask for forgiveness before this phenomena abated.


Luang Pu Tim took the Plai Guman powder and mixed it with a number of other sacred powders including, Itije powder, Patamang powder, Jindahmanee powder and 108 different herbs and sedges. The mixture was chanted for days on end.


The Plai Guman was also added to a few other batches of amulets including this Khun Paen , Phra Somdej, Phra Piddta and Phra Kring Chinabahnchorn. In the case of the Phra Kring amulet the material was added to the base.


The Reason why Luang Pu Tim chose to use the skull of a dead child in the process was because the amulet made by Plai Guman will provide merit from Lord Buddha and the power and protection will come from Plai Guman.