Friday, May 19, 2017

Phra Pidta Maha Larp 1st batch (Tiger Stripe), Nur Phong Kesorn, Luang Phor Pae, Wat PhikulThong, Singburi (B.E.2513).

Made by Nur Phong Kesorn (made of flower powders material) mixed with Ittijae sacred powder (Somdej Toh's method). 

Size : 2.3 cm x 2.8 cm. Yant Pudson on the back of the amulet.

Effect: Protection from bad influence and evil, Metta Maha Larp, Harmproof and bring good fortune especially business and authority, Bring Prosperity, Wealthy fetching, Improve your luck and fortune.

Monday, May 15, 2017

Locket Chao Khun Onn, behind with Phra Pidta, a piece of Gold Takrut, Jeevorn & Hair, Wat PhraChum Cholthara, Narathiwat Province (B.E.2554).

Material : This stunning Gold colour Enamel Locket, strongly blessed by Chao Khun Onn in year B.E.2554. Made from Enamel and added with sacred Holy powder. Featured Gold Takrut, embedded Phra Pidta amulet, CK Onn's Hair (Gesa) and Monk Robes (Jeevorn), hand written sacred Yant.

Phra Somdej Teeraruk Krob Rop Roypi (100 Years). Nur Kesorn Rainbow with single Gold Takrut, Luang Phor Pae, Wat Phikultong, Sing Buri Province (B.E.2535).

This amulet good for people who doing Business and Sales, Metta, Happiness and strong Protection. The reverse of the amulet features with the picture of Luang Phor Pae.

Amulets from this master are both popular in Thailand and overseas due to their efficacy. Even Hong Kong actress Jackie Chan wearing this LP's Phra Somdej when he was doing those dangerous act while he was young.

Luang Phor Pae passed away a number of years back and as such his amulets have become increasingly scarce and prices continue to rise.

Phra Somdej Than Sing Katoh, Nur Phong Ittijae, Luang Phor Pae, Wat Phikulthong, Sing Buri Province (B.E.2515).

*Behind of the amulet with LP Pae's hairs.

Description : “Katoh”, means “table legs”. The given name refers to the altar table leg-like steps which the Somdej image is sitting upon. They were made after Luang Phor Pae came back from Sri Lanka in year 1972.

This amulet good for people who doing Business and Sales, Metta, Happiness and strong Protection. The reverse of the amulet features with the picture of Luang Phor Pae.

Amulets from this master are both popular in Thailand and overseas due to their efficacy. Even Hong Kong actress Jackie Chan wearing this LP's Phra Somdej when he was doing those dangerous act while he was young.

Luang Phor Pae passed away a number of years back and as such his amulets have become increasingly scarce and prices continue to rise.

Luang Pu Thuad Roon Raek (1st batch), Sao Ha, Nur Wahn (108 types of sacred herbs), Wat Thepsuwannaram, Kedah, Malaysia (B.E.2536).

Co-chanted with : - 
1. Ajarn Nong, Wat Sai Khao, Pattani.
2. Luang Pu Win, Wat Phothichareantham, Penang.
3. Chao Khun Nam, Wat Thepbandit, Kedah.
4. Chao Khun Choy, Wat Visut Thipradit Tharam, Kedah.
5. Phor Than Perm, Kg. Wat Padang Peliang, Kedah.
6. 
Chao Khun Lek Lek (PT Kheng), Wat Boonyaram, Kedah.
7. and etc.
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.

Phra Pidta, mini size, Nur Thong Daeng, Phor Than Daeng, Wat Thong Dee, Sg. Golok, Narathiwat (B.E.2522).

*This very cute design suitable for Kid and Women to own one of it. All come with waterproof aryclic casing. Behind of the amulet is a lotus flower code (same like Tok Raja).  


Phor Than Daeng was born on 3rd August B.E.2449 (C.E.1906) in Takbai, Narathiwat. During his teenage days there's no boundary demarcation in this Southern part of Thailand. When he was young, he travel to Malaysia and visited some temple, one of the temple is Wat Utammaram (Wat Bangsek) , Kelantan. He was one of the disciple for Tok Raja. 

Phor Than Daeng is good in Metta Maha Niyom, Kaew Klaad (escape from harm), KongKrapan (self-defense against sharp objects) and Maha Utt (impenetrable by gunshot). He is a very close friend of Phor Than Daeng of Wat Pikulthong (Tumpat, Kelantan).

Phor Than Daeng passed away on 13th December B.E.2532, Wednesday 6.40am in sitting meditation posture. Visitors can visit Wat Thong Dee Pachalam to pay homage to Phor Than Daeng. With deepest respect to Phor Than Daeng for achieving Parinibbana by his early Dharma learning under the guidance of Tok Raja.

Rian 1st batch, Nur Thong Daeng, Luang Pu Waeng, Wat Phophakai, Ayutthaya (B.E.2557).

 No. : 1604

*Come with temple box.

*A good friend of late Archan Khun Parn & Luang Pu Eaum.

Phra Pikanet, Nur Wahn (108 types of sacred herb), Than Dum, Wat Mai Naparam, Narathiwat Province.

*If you see carefully, the bottom of the amulet inserted with a small ball with code. Besides that you will notice some hairs around the amulet. Smell good, like Nur Phong Chindamanee (herbs).

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 Pikanet can help people in wisdom, wealth, relationship and more. Students are also recommended to wea Phra Pikanet 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, black magic, winning over business competition and overcome obstacles.  
Thanks for people who support us. This amulet has been rented.

Rian Jumbo Luang Phor Erm Lang Phra Pidta Phakawan, Sang Ayu 103-pi, Nur Sumrit, Wat Bang Nian, Nakhon Si Thammarat (B.E.2551).

Luang Phor Erm was born on 15 September B.E.2449. Luang Phor Erm became a monk on 18 June B.E.2514. He is one of the longest live monk in our era, he passed away on B.E.2557 in the ages of 110 years old. He usually invited to perform a ceremony especially about Jatukam Ramathep. He follow all the buddhist rules. Moreover, he studies thoroughlyabout black magic and incantation since he was 16 years old. Therefore, he is omniscient. His amulet is famous for Metta Maha Niyom (loving kindness), Klaew Klaad (prevent danger) and Kongkrapan Chatree (invulnerable).

Tiger Roop Lor, Nur Nawak Tem Soot, Luang Pu Eaum, Samnak Song Taling Chan, Phatthalung Province (B.E.2557).

Made : 108 pcs
No. : 86

*Come with 1st & 2nd placing competition certificate.

-Nur Nawak Tem Soot (mixed with a lots of gold) and many special materials.

Luang Pu Eaum advices this tiger is superb for business and authority purpose. Besides that also very good for Metta Maha Niyom.


Effect :
Tiger - Senang cari makan (rice bowl), great opportunity to deal with customers, prevent danger,Maha Polkasap (wealth & fortune)

功效:
招财虎 - 容易找吃 (饭碗), 有很好的机会与客户打交道, 避险, 财气, 提高运气

[RARE] Tiger stone base, Nur Nawak, Luang Pu Eaum, Samnak Song Taling Chan, Phatthalung (B.E.2557).

Made : 29 pcs
No. : 18

*Come with 1st & 3rd placing competition certificate.

Effect :
Tiger - Senang cari makan (rice bowl), great opportunity to deal with customers, prevent danger,Maha Polkasap (wealth & fortune)

功效:
招财虎 - 容易找吃 (饭碗), 有很好的机会与客户打交道, 避险, 财气, 提高运气

Phra Khun Paen 1st batch, Phim Lek (Small Size Model), Nur Phong Ittijae, Luang Phor Pae, Wat Phikulthong, Sing Buri Province (B.E.2522).


*Come with 3rd placing competition certificate.


Size: 1.5 cm x 2.5 cm (Length x Height)

Materials: Mix Ittije sacred powder (Somdej Toh's method). 

Effect: Strong Protection, Great Metta, Bring good fortune especially business, easily dealing with customers and win over competitiors.


This Phim Lek (Small Size Model) consider most rare amount all the Phim. It's made lesser than the two others Phim. This Phra Khun Paen Phim Lek was made and blessed by LP Pae, Wat PhikulThong, in B.E.2522. LP Pae's Khun Paen is now rare and very famous for Metta and opposite-sex attractiveness. It can be used as a substitution to old efficacious Khun Paens of Wat BanKrang, Wat Yai Chaimongkol, and Wat PhraYatiGaram (LP Aant). 

For 30 years LP Pae's Khun Paen has made really great impression in among young men for Metta, opposite-sex attractiveness, and fortune. 

LP Pae's Khun Paens are so efficacious because the holy powder for making the Khun Paens were prepared by Wat Suthat's formula.
LP Pae highly respected Somdej Phra PhutThaJarn Toh Phramarangsi of Wat Rakang Kositaram(Bangkok). His Khun Paens were consecrated by specific Maha Metta Kathas, and ended up with ChinnaBanchorn (ChinaPanjara) Katha of Somdej Phra PhutThaJarn (Toh), Wat Rakhang for a Pannsa (Buddhists' 3-month lent period). 
LP Pae made and blessed this batch of Khun Paens only once and forever in B.E.2522. The reason is that his KhunPaens are very efficacious, a lot of love hunters abraded the Khun Paens for efficacious powder and brought to mix in food or refreshment for ladies. Such the misuses were reported to LP Pae, since then he never made and blessed Khun Paen amulets again. 

LP Pae was a disciple of Acharn Kliang and ChaoKhun Sri (Sondh) of Wat Suthat. Chao Khun Sri (Sondh) was Somdej Phra Sangkharaj (Pae)'s closest disciple and succeeded famous Wat Suthat Phra Kring making from his teacher. 

LP Pae later furthered his higher Dhamma and incantation study with LP Sri of Wat Phraprang, a most famous and greatest teacher of Singhburi Province. 

LP Pae passed away in B.E.2542 at the age of 94.


Vocab: 
Phim Lek = small mould

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Rian Phra Phrom KaoLamTak (diamond shape), Nah Lek (small face), Nur Ngern (silver material), Luang Pu Sie, Wat Sakae, Ayutthaya (B.E.2523).

With LP Sie handwritten Yant on behind. Made : 200 pieces
*Come with openable gold casing.

Phra Phrom or Phrom Si Nah = four-faced Phrom (Si = 4, Nah = face) 

Chinese Buddhists populary call HIM four-faced Buddha (四面佛) — Si Mian Fo in Mandarin / Sie Ming Hook in Teochew.  

Phrom Si Nah is popularly called by Thais as Thao Maha Phrom — HE is the same one that placing in front of Erawan Hotel, Ratchaprasong Square, Bangkok. 

Thao Maha Phrom is also highly respected by Chinese Buddhists in many countries:- such as Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Indonesia, etc.

They fly to Thailand to worship Thao Maha Phrom at Erawan Shrine, Bangkok to request for prosperity, flourish business, success in life and career, illness recovery, long-life living, academic examination, family harmony, love life, etc. Their requests have been well responded as intended. 

There are many Thao Maha Phrom shrines in Hong Kong and over a hundred locations in Taiwan alone.

Thao Maha Phrom has 4 faces and 8 arms — 7 arms except 1 holding holy objects. Thao Maha Phrom (Brahma) is one of the Great Trimurti comprising:-

Brahma — the creator
Vishnu — the maintainer or preserver 
Shiva — the destroyer or transformer

(Brahma — Thao Maha Phrom in Thai. )

Hindu or neo-Brahma has 4 arms, but Thai version — Thao Maha Phrom has 8 arms.  

Thao Maha Phrom is a benevolent God — by Thai belief, HE creates everything in the universe and loves everyone. HE is the creator and fate maker or controller. You can beg from HIM for wealth, career or business success, happiness and life
protection.

One short but so efficacious Katha for Thao Maha Phrom is as follows:-

OM JATURABHAKPHROMMA NAMAMIHANG

Thai Buddhists also highly respect some Brahman gods including Thao Maha Phrom — just because Buddhism was developed from Brahmanism which is well blended into people's way of life from birth to death. Apart from that, lots of practical religious ceremonies related to Brahmanism including amulet consecrations of which partially related to. 

Luang Phor Klaan, Wat Prayat (Ayutthaya). 
The greatest school of the country for Phrom Si Nah or Thao Maha Phrom creation is Wat Sakae, Ayuthaya. A top famous master for this is Archan Heng Praiwan, a senior disciple of LP Klaan, Wat Prayat, Ayutthaya — who was a top monk master of the country in pre-war period.Archan Heng Praiwan (B.E.2428 - 2502) who was also ordained by Luang Phor Klaan of Wat Prayat (Ayutthaya) was the one who had found the manual of creating Phrom Si Nah amulets from an ancient temple in Ayutthaya province named Wat Pradoo Song Dharm. This manual of creating Phrom Si Nah amulet was then shared with Luang Pu See.
Archan Heng Praiwan
In Buddhistic decade 2480s, It is Archan Heng who brilliantly designed 3-dimensioned, four-faced Phrom on the 2-dimensioned platform. Archan Heng's Phrom Si Nah design has become the prototype that present-period monk masters popularly follow.  

LP Sie and Archan Heng had the same teacher — LP Klaan. LP Sie was junior to Archan Heng, and later learned Phrom Si Nah creation with Archan Heng.

  Phrom Si Nah that created by Archan Heng is the most expensive Phra Phrom amulets in Thailand now and Luang Pu See of Wat Sakae was the only monk whom he had requested to bless the amulets. In fact, most of the Archan Heng's Phrom Si Nah amulets bear the handwritten Yant (scripture) of Luang Pu See.
Luang Pu Sie, Wat Sakae (Ayutthaya).
LP Sie was the important helper of Archan Heng in making amulets since B.E.2480. After Archan Heng passed away in B.E.2503, LP Sie sat his place for Phrom Si Nah and other amulets creation. LP Sie's Phrom Si Nahs have same highly efficacious as of Archan Heng's.

If you looks carefully on the amulets created by Luang Pu See, you would noticed that the Yant on the earlier batch of the Phra Phrom were more neatly written as compared to those made in the later batch. This is because of Luang Pu See's eyesight had deteriorated when he was old.

Many famous LP Sie's amulets are of Brahma gods such as Phrom Si Nah, Hanuman, Phra Pikanet (Ganesh), etc. LP Sie's Phrom Si Nah has great properties for wealth, prosperity, Metta, career progress, business success, and life protection. 

Luang Pu See of Wat Sakae passed away peacefully at the age of 88 in 30th January B.E.2526.

(Information and details is from others website. Just use for reference.)

Rian Roon Raek (1st batch) Kruba Krisahna Intawanno, Lang LongYa Thep Jamleng Pamora (King of Butterfly), Nur Kalai Thong, Wat Pa Mahawan, Nakhon Ratchasima (B.E.2546).


*Brand new. Unworn. Come with temple box.


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.



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's Katha:

Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Sammasam Buddhasa
Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Sammasam Buddhasa
Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Sammasam Buddhasa
Yer Ram Yer Si Ram Yer Ram
Siri Ram Yer Ram Yer Yer Ram
Ha Ray Krisahna Na Ma Pa Ta

Friday, May 5, 2017

Rian Phra Rahu, Nur Fabart LongYa Green Color, Wat Srisathong, Nakhon Pathom (B.E.2560).


No. : 1664

*Come with temple box.


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)



Rian Phra Rahu, Nur Fabart LongYa Red Color, Wat Srisathong, Nakhon Pathom (B.E.2560).


No. : 1617

*Come with temple box.


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)

Thanks for people who support us. This amulet has been rented.

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Rian Phra Rahu, Nur Fabart LongYa Blue Color, Wat Srisathong, Nakhon Pathom (B.E.2560).


No. : 2502

*Come with temple box.


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)


Wat Srisathong 
The temple builded in B.E.2358 Rattanagosin era in the reign of King Rama 1st. Wat Srisathong is the original of Phra Rahu amulet and ceremony in Thailand, founded by Luang Phor Noi an abbot of Wat Srisathong at this temple. Rahu is the giant god who eaten the sun and moon, in Thailand people worship Phra Rahu for strong success in wealth luck fortune and protection. These are the best of Phra Rahu amulets from Thailand, all the batch create follow the same way Luang Phor Noi made since the first batch. (Wat=Temple, Srisa=Head, Thong=Gold) 

In those days the area that Srisathong Temple stands now was dry and deserted because it was far away from the river. This area was in Huaytako Sub-District. Later Laotians from Vientiane immigrated to live near the river where is called "Klong Koowieng Temple" in present. Some of the Laotians lived in Baan Kluay and the others lived in area where Srisathong Sub-District stands now. They deforested and cleared the land for plantation. They grew rice and vaious kinds of vegetables. Their families and population increased so it became a village.

The villagers had plentiful life and then contributed their money to construct a temple for their village. During the construction, they found the Buddha's golden head under the ground. It was considered as the auspicious sign. As the result of this, the villagers named the temple "Huathong Temple" (Golden Head Temple).

Luang Phor Tai, a Laotian monk from Vientiane, became the first abbot of the temple. Huathong Temple was developed to be bigger then it used to be. There have been six abbots descended up to now. In the period of Luang Phor Noi Nawarat, he made both of the temple and the village so glorious.


Later King Rama IV ordered to dig a canal from the Nakhon Chaisri River to Phra Pathong Chedi, called "Klong Chedu Bucha" for more convenient transportion to pay homage to Phra Pathom Chedi. This canal lined past the southern part of the village and Huathong Temple. As the result of this, many people moved to settle down near the canal for convenience. Huathong Temple was also moved to locate near Klong Chedi Bucha. Then Luang Phor Noi changed its name into "Srisathong Temple". Besides, the government has promoted the village to be Srisathong Sub-district so far.

Phra Rahu
Phra Rahu is the famous auspicous amulet of Srisathong Temple. Phra Rahu is a mythological giant god who is supposed to cause elipses by taking the moon or the sun in his mouth. He is a kind of giant in Thai myth. The legend is that Phra Rahu was an immortal giant because he drank some holy nectar. The temple created Phra Rahu amulet not only - taking the moon in his mouth - but also taking the sun in his mouth.

The legend of creation of Phra Rahu is that Phra Rahu was created by the two hermits. One of them was penance in the cave on Nantakhate Mountain. Both ot them created magical drawing and magic words in order to sanctify Phra Rahu amulet. One hermit created magical drawing and magic words of Suriyabuppa (eclipse of the sun period) to sanctify Phra Rahu which taking the sun in his mouth. The other hermit created magical drawing and magic words of Chandrabuppa (eclipse of the moon period) to sanctify Phra Rahu which taking the moon in his mouth. The two hermits made those things because they had foresight to know that humans will face with danger and grieves in the future. The auspicious amulet, Phra Rarhu could help people free from those ones. 

To sanctify Phra Rahu amulet, it must be made 8 periods for being holy and effective. Phra Rahu amulets are made of one eyes coconut shells which are rarely found out. In general, the coconut shell has got three holes on the top, one of them is a hole for sprout and the other two are its eyes. But the one eyed coconut shell has got one hole for sprout and has got an only eye. This special kind of coconut shell is considered as the mighty amulet object by itself. Although it is not sanctified, it stil has supernatural power. The one eyed coconut shell has many magic qualifications as follow :

1) It can used as a bowl to measure rice for cooking. If you run a business, you will get more possessions. If you are a farmer, you will get good farm crops. And if you are an official, you will get the highest rank of all.

2) It can be used as an amulet because it has got holy power by itself. If it is sanctified, it will have more supernatural power.

3) It is used to prevent you from the mischief, sourcery and evil spirits.

4) If you have one and you always pay homage to it, you wil obtain a lot of properties and money will come in continuously.

5) The ancient quack used it as a tool to cut out the corneal opacity.

In Thai legend, Rahu appears as the younger brother of two men who are reincarnated as the sun and moon. Unhappy at being overshadowed, Rahu is constantly striving to dim their brilliance by swalling them; and occasionally he is successful. In Thailand, devotees normally burn black joss sticks and present eight black offerings, including black-feathered chickens and coffee, to appease the dark angel in the run-up to the eclipse. 

(The information of Wat Srisathong and Phra Rahu is from others website. Just used for reference purpose.)