Saturday, March 30, 2013

Phra Chinnaraj Indochine Lor Bolan, Nur Loha, 155 Years Anniversary of Somdej Phra Sangkaraj Pae, Mass Chanted, Wat Suthat (B.E.2555)


Come with original temple box. Mass chanted.

The majestic Phra Buddha Chinnaraj projects an aura of authority to its bearer, at the same time providing protection, dispelling evil, bringing wealth by promoting smoothness in our endeavour, success, loving kindness, good luck, family harmony, etc.

Please refer to the below link for more info: 
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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

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


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




Rian Roon Raek (1st batch) Ajahn Tong (Grand Master of Sak Yant), Talat Phlu neighborhood in Bangkok (B.E.2534).


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 of Ajahn Tong is from others website. Just used for reference.) 




Somdej Nur Phong (with a piece of silver Yant Phra Phutta Jao and silver casing), Luang Phor Maha Surasak, Wat Pradoo (B.E.2553)


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.



Saturday, March 23, 2013

Phra Pidta Tok Raja (with gold frame), made and chanted by Luang Phor Khron (Tok Raja), Wat Uttamaram(aka Wat Bangsek), Kg. Teresek, Pasir Mas, Kelantan, Malaysia (B.E.2470)


Tok Raja of Wat Uttamaram Pasir Mas Kelantan.

Khron Ratchanaren (known as Tok Raja) was born on Thursday December 1, BE2419 (1876). He was sent to Wat Uttamaram by his parents when he was 12 years old to learn Buddhism and Thai language. He stayed with Archan Lok who was the temple Chief Abbot at that time. Tok had showed great interest in Buddhism and became a “Dek Jom” under the supervision of Bhikkhu (monks) in the temple. Besides, he also learned crafting and construction. He once told the devotees that even from an early age, he cherished the ambition of joining the monk hood and stay in the temple to learn Buddhism unlike his other kampung (village) boys of the same age who more preferred to stay in their homes in the kampung.

Ordination (Upasombot)
Tok Raja joined monkhood (Bhikkhu) on Jun 15, 2438 (1895) when he was 21 years old. The ordination took place at Wat Uttamaram and was ordained by the following monks:

1) Phra Upatcha Palad Chai of Wat Mai Suwankhiri
2) Phra Khru Ophart Phuthakhun of Wat Chon Prachumthart and
3) Phra Athikarn Phut from Wat Bangtakwa Silaloi who became Kammavacanusavanacarn

Tok Raja was then given a Buddhist name known as Punnaksuwanno.
Seeking knowledge

After becoming a monk, he stayed at Wat Uttamatam for two phansa after that he travelled to Southern Thailand to learn Pali language and at that time is known as the big book. Tok was resided at Wat huaphom Nai in Songkhla and learn Buddhism in greater depth. He also learned “Phrakhatha vertmon” which consist of “Khamphi Mulkachai” and “Khamphi Thammadboth” in Wat Huaporm Nai as well as Vipassana Kammatharn technique in Songkhla for 15 years. In the year 2449 BE, Tok Raja was appointed Chief Abbot of the Wat for 10 years. 

Due to the fact that Tok Raja needs to be back to Malaya, he stepped down as Chief Abbot of Wat Huaporm Nai. Once back from Thailand, he became the Chief Abbot of Wat Mai Suwankhiri for 6 years before been transferred back to Wat Uttamaram and became the Chief Abbot of the Wat in year 2468 BE. He taught Vippassana meditation and ubasok ubasika Buddhaborisat to the kampung folks Buddhist fundamentals as well as Vertmon Katha to his pupils.

Positions hold by Tok Raja
1) 2470 BE (1927) – appointed by Phra Khru Ophatbudthakhoon as Phra Palas Thananukrom
2) 2476 BE (1933) – Tok Raja became Upatchaya
3) 2484 BE (1941) – appointed as Phra Khru Vicarn
4) 2488 BE (1945) – became the Chief Abbot of Kelantan State known as Phra Vicaranayanmuni

His role in the deployment of Dharma knowledge and spreading of Buddha’s teachings When Tok Raja came back from Songkhla Thailand, he stressed a lot on knowledge skill. He worked very hard in order to expand the knowledge skills to devotees in Kelantan but did not meet his expectation since the Society at that time did not realise the importance of education and as such, was unable to achieve his mission to the fullness.

In early year of BE2491 (1948), Thai Buddhism has spread out of the country especially to the neighbouring country like Malaya.Malaysia was formerly known as Malaya. In that year, the first Naktham school was established in the Kedah state of Malaya. Tok has waited for the opportunity to open up such school for long time and has establish the same Naktham school in the year BE2492 and the first school was established in Wat Uttamaram Bangsek itself.

It was a resounding success in establishing these schools and Tok Raja later handed over the management of the school to Phra Maha Chan Kesaro who possessed “Parian Tham 6 Prakyok” as a teacher master. Even though there was a shortage in teaching resources, there was a huge demand from monks all over Kelantan to study at Wat Uttamaram to seek knowledge and learn Naktham where the expenses incurred were manageable. It was not easy to go to Wat Uttamaram at that time where it took hours to reach by walking through the jungle. Such obstacles did not prevent these pupil monks from reaching the Wat and in the same year as it was established, the first Naktham examination was held at Wat Uttamaram in Kelantan.

The Miracles of Tok Raja (The Sacred Tongkat)
Tok Raja spent his non-meditation hours in research into ancient and forgotten manuscripts which revealed ceremonies and prayers for every occasion. He made searching enquiries into information gleaned from his readings. He never considered unlikely or as far-fetched the stories he had read or heard of how and where priceless documents had been hidden in times of peril. He explored caves which others fear to enter and seldom found his mission unfruitful. From these ancient writings he copied the prayers and chants which are the weapons he uses in his self-imposed war against Black Magic. He tried the effect of these prayers upon himself when sick, and at all times opportunity offered itself to test his Faith & Power. One day, a novice brought to him a very aged document which he knew was something precious as it has been zealously guarded heirloom. He found that the documents described how a sacred tongkat (wand) should be constructed and the ingredients that went into its making. The tongkat was too powerful for the novice who made no use of it. On his death-bed, the novice gifted the tongkat to Tok Raja. Since then, it has never been out of his sight for a fleeting moment. He carried it with him wherever he goes and when asleep, it rests beside him. He has put the tongkat to good use in effecting cures both physical and mental. No ordinary man can touch the tongkat without feeling its Power. He has attained so high a standard of perfection and he was no mere mortal. By a few seconds of association with someone, or at a glance, he can say if the person seeking his help is clean in heart, a genuine sufferer or a fake if he has come to him convinced that only prayer can save life.

Tok Raja had never refuse aid and preached Dharma to those fake instead. He won more and more followers to his philosophy of life. News spread widely from devotees and even strangers about the wonders he had performed for them. He certainly was a modern Miracle Worker who convinces you of the unbelievable stories from the recovery of a dying man to saving from been possessed of evil spirit and even non Buddhist experience similar wonders in resolving their problems.

Donations poured in to the temple from all corners of Malaya (including Singapore) and with adequate funds, Tok was able to built the Kelantan first Naktham school in Wat Uttamaram (2nd School in Malaya after Kedah) and constructed Ubosoth (Both) and Kutis surrounding the temple.

Tok Raja’s Last Days
Tok Raja enjoyed good health and always fresh and active even at the age of over eighty years old. His health only started to deteriote from July 2505BE (1962) onwards. Tok’s health was deteriorating significantly after his trip to Singapore. The bad news about his health was spread like wild fire and many people from all over Malaya (Malaysia) came to visit him, including the Royal Highness The Sultan of Kelantan. Due to old age, Tok Raja passed away on November 19, 2505BE (1962), 15 days before the conferment of “Chao Khoon” title bestowed to him by the King of Thailand, his Highness King Phumibol Adulyadeth where Tok Raja was invited to be present at the King Palace in Bangkok on December 5, 2505BE (1962).

(The biography of Tok Raja is from others website. Just used for reference.) 

Effect : Protection from Harmproof, bad influence and evil, Metta Mahalap, Bring good fortune especially Business and Authority, Bring Prosperity, Wealthy fetching, Improve your luck and fortune.



Friday, March 22, 2013

Khun Pean Plai Guman Roon Reak Phim Lek (1st batch, small mould), with a Copper Takrut, Luang Phor Sakorn, Wat NongKrup, Rayong Province (B.E.2530)


This is 1st Batch of Khun Pean Phim Lek (Small Mould) added with Luang Pu Tim, Wat Lahanrai (Rayong) left over Plai Guman. Blessed by Luang Phor Sakorn from Wat NongKrup, Rayong. White meat version with a copper takrut and Real Gold Frame.

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.


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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. Made: 2553 pieces. Number: 250

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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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Takrut Maha PoKhaSap, Roon Sau Ha, Luang Phor Maha Surasak, Wat Pradoo, Samut SongKham Province (B.E. 2555)


Length : 6' inch
Monk : Luang Phor Maha Surasak.
Temple : Wat Pradoo.
Province : Samut SongKham
Year : This Takrut Maha PoKhaSap is hand carved Yant at inside plate. Outside part of the takrut wrapped with Gold Foil and laser craved with name and year. Strongly blessed by LP Maha Surasak. Lenght 6' inch made since B.E. 2555. 
Effect : It has superb power of protection, prosperity, harmony, avoiding negative influences or chi, black magic, winning over business competition & wealthy.



Phra Phrom Silver Rian (with Gold Mask) (The Four Faces of God) 四面神, Ajahn Tew, Wat Manichulakarn (B.E. 2554).


Phra Phrom(The four-faced Brahmā Sahampati) 四面神
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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Phra Phikanet + Takrut Maha PoKhaSap Set Kamakan, Roon Wai Kru, Luang Phor Maha Surasak, Wat Pradoo, Samut SongKham Province (B.E. 2550)


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. 


Takrut Maha PoKhaSap is hand carved Yant at inside plate. Outside part of the takrut wrapped with Gold Foil and hand craved with name. Strongly blessed by LP Maha Surasak. Lenght 6' inch made since B.E.2550.

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





Rian Phra Phrom 8 Faces, Nur Nawak, Ajahn Tew, Wat Manichulakarn (B.E.2548)

Made : 2549 pieces
This batch was bless in both Wat Manichulakarn and Wat Bowon. A very grand consecration ceremony was held.

The Objective of making these batch of Phra Phrom is to raise funds to build a Buddhist Shrine Naga staircase of the temple.


Phra Phrom(The four-faced Brahmā Sahampati) 四面神
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.)


Phra Pidta Yant Yung, Nur Thong Daeng, Phor Than Boon Hai, Wat Tha Muang, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province (B.E.2555)