Thursday, February 27, 2014

Phayant, Chao Khun Onn, Wat PhraChum Cholthara, Sungai Padi, Narathiwat Province (B.E.2552)

**A devotee of Chao Khun Onn hang this Powerful Phayant inside his house. Thief enter his house and can't find the way out from the house. Like someone else closed his eyes. Keep on round and round inside the house for a few hours. The thief felt very exhausted. In the end the owner came back and caught the thief on the spot. (Used for reference. Believe it or not depend on your own.)

Phra Phrom Square Shape Rian (The Four Faces of God) 四面神, Nur Sattha Loha, Ajahn Tew, Wat Manichulakarn, Lopburi Province (B.E. 2545).

AC Tew Special Sign Yant!
Made : 400 pieces
Material : Nur Sattha Loha
Year : B.E.2545

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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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Single Eye Coconut Rahu, Chao Khun Nu-Inn, Wat Phra Phutta MongKhun, Kalasin Province (B.E. 2532).

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Effect : Good Luck, Get rid of Bad Luck, Prevent Backstabber, Transform Negative Energy, Successful in everything you do, Attract Good Opportunity to You, Good Business Luck, Good Wealth Luck. 
(好运,增人缘,防小人,避事非,增强事业运)

Material : Made by 100% single eye coconut

Come with two different designs.

Ivory Palakit of Tiger & Salika, Luang Phor Sawai, Wat Preedararm, Nakhon Pathom Province (B.E.2539).

This is Powerful Metta of Superb Rare of Ivory Palakit with Tiger & Salika, strongly blessed by LP Sawai. This Palakit is made from sacred Ivory material and created very few pieces in this shape. Featured Hand write sacred Yant, Tiger image, Salika images and all carved by LP Sawai himself, one by one. Featured specific sacred Yant at bottom. Good condition!


LP 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 and others.


Monk : Luang Phor Sawai 
Temple : Wat Preedararm
Special : This is Powerful & Superb Rare of Ivory Palakit With Tiger & Salika (Length 8cm x Width 3.5cm x Thick 0.8cm) strongly blessed by LP Sawai himself. This Rare Palakit is made from sacred Ivory material for very few pieces and is Superb amulet from LP Sawai. Featured Hand write sacred Yant, Tiger image, Salika images and all carved by LP Sawai himself, one by one to boost the efficacious of the Palakit. Additional with LP Sawai specific sacred Yant at bottom. During LP Sawai blessing, many devotees saw the Palakit were non-stop rotation in water bowl. LP Sawai once said, wearing his made ​​Holy amulets will be significantly changed for the better luck. 


Effect : Best for secure good fortune in business, Great money Luck, Great charms and Strong in bringing up your opposite sex attraction, Protection from bad influence and evil, Metta Mahalap, Harmproof and bring good authority.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Rian Roon Raek (1st batch), Chao Khun Onn, Nur Thong Daeng (Copper), Wat PhraChum Cholthara, Sungai Padi, Narathiwat (B.E.2538)

A lots of miracle incidents happen on this batch. Devotees save their life from heavy accident or save their life from gun shoots. Strongly recommend for peoples who need a piece of amulet protect their life.   

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