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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

My Chau Khun Onn Pidtas Collection

Chau Khun Onn Pidta made of Black Wood - Kayu Kemuning Hitam Chau Khun Onn 1st batch Pidta Made of Warn Material. Chau Khun Onn Pidta made of Black Wood - Kayu Kemuning Hitam (BE 2550 -2552 )

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Long Phor Pheum, Wat Porm Gaw, Ayutthaya

This is another present period great guru monk. Long Phor Pheum of Wat Porm Gaw, age of 82 (BE 2552) from Ayutthaya province. LP Pheum's amulets especially the Phakhawan Maha Uth ( BE 2542 ) was among the famous, rare and almost sought by amulet collectors. Although LP Pheum's name were not as famous as other guru monks and there's almost none of his amulets propaganda heard. Instead it's very very rare and diffilcult indeed to obtain or to see his amulets display on the shelf of the amulet shops or outlets.

This is because LP Pheum's amulets were not mass produced amulets. Most of LP Pheum's amulets were created for fund raising purposes which is either to build or renovate the temple. Below were 2 photos taken from the thai amulet magazine showing the magic proof of LP Pheum Phakhawan Maha Uth. According to the articles, this man was hit thrice by a hire gun man. His shirt was thorn out but amazingly, none of the bullets could penetrate his flesh / not even a single scratch on him.

Miracle of Thai sacred amulets by Long Phor Pheum, Wat Porm Gaw Ayutthaya .The man shows his shirt with bullet marks on it.( front and back ). My collection of Phakhawan Maha Uth (BE. 2542 ) Luang Por Pheum Wat Porm Gaw Ayutthaya.


Luang Phor Pheum's Meed Mor. ( BE 2542 )  Luang Phor Pheum's Phra Sangkhachai (BE 2542). 

Videos collection of LP Pheum blessing his new creation of sacred amulets. 
LP Pheum old and newly made sacred amulets. Pictures and images were taken from other Thai amulet forums.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Phayant 01 - LP Thuad of Wat Chang Haiy

Phayants of LP Thuad Wat Chang Haiy. Both were old phayants i guessed. Because on these 2 phayants stated the BE 2497 and 2505. The years which these 2 phayants were made i guessed. Again for those who are familiar and know something about these 2 phayants, comments, opinions and sharing are welcome. Do drop by and leave ur thought !

My Suer Yant 02 - Pidta Phakawan

My Suer Yant 01 -Long Phor Thuad of Wat Chang Haiy

An old suer yant of Long Phor Thuad of Wat Chang Hai. Me myself not sure about the creator and origin of this suer yant. Perhaps somebody out there wanna share his/her genuine knowledge bout this suer yant. LP Thuad (front) LP Thim (back) The temple stamp code.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

i have received an email from one of the Thai amulets collector i guess !

Friday, July 17, 2009

Dealing With Evil Spirit Exorcism !

Rating To Be Advised !

These videos contained either disturbance or annoying scenes that not suitable for some people. Viewer discretion is advised. A monk is seen testing the powers of takrut wore by the devotees. The monk uses the knife/blade to stabe and slash various parts of devotees body to proof to the devotees that the takrut has enough power to protect the wearer. BUT..... in some attempts, the monk failed to proof that. Viewers are advised NOT to do it at home. As Thais said...... " yar tham phom " Another great guru monk, Kru Bar Som Chai, demostrates his powerful kong khapan takrut. Using samurai sword on his devotees. Again.......dun do it at home ! Another video showing white shirt sifu performing the ritual and test his amulet power ! What say U ???

The Great Palakit Collector !

Thursday, July 9, 2009

The Very First Chinese Muslim Mosque In Malaysia

I think this is the first Chinese architecture Muslim Mosque in Kelantan, and also in Malaysia. Located at Rantau Panjang, very closed to the southern Thai border, about 500 metres away. Just in front of the mosque, you can see the Immigration Check point. And for those who have not been to Kelantan, Rantan Panjang is a small little trading town which sells a lot of Thai products to our Malaysian visitors and at the same time sells local stuffs to the Thai visitors. And Sungei Kolok is the nearest town in Thailand, which is quite a walking distance from the check point, or alternatively you can either hire a trishaw or a motorbike to get there. While you are in Rantau Panjang you can also visit another Thai architecture Buddhist Temple, Wat Uttamaran ( Wat of late Tok Raja )at Teresek, Repek, Pasir Mas district which is on the same road on your return journey to Pasir Mas town. As to date, the mosque is almost 95% completed and is expected to attract mostly local and Thai tourist. Adapted & Adopted From "It's me....Just Me 'N' Us"

Wat Phothikyan in Kampung Balai

In Malaysia's Muslim ruled state, the Buddhist Trinity is complete By KEE HUA CHEE, The Star, April 5, 2008 Kota Bharu, Kelantan (Malaysia) -- At 8pm on Aug 8 this year, the tallest Standing Buddha in South-East Asia will be opened to the public, thus completing the three stances of the Buddha in Kelantan. Hopes are hung on this wishing tree looked upon from afar by the Standing Buddha. The sight of Amitabha Buddha, porcelain white and looming over its surroundings, is a vision to behold, especially since the location is so unexpected – Wat Phothikyan in Kampung Balai, a small village 35 minutes from Kota Baru, Kelantan. Amazingly, there are 60 large Buddhist temples, or wat, scattered all over the state. Indeed, there are more wat in Kelantan than in any other state, even though Buddhist Chinese in Kelantan only constitute 1.5% of the population. More than 200 years ago, Wat Phothikyan was just a simple structure. The first recorded abbot here was Phra Arthikan Bok who rallied the local Thais and Chinese to build a prayer hall on a two-acre plot of land. Since the border between Siam and Kelantan was porous in the early days, many Thais lived in Kelantan. Abbot Bok, a Thai living in Kampung Balai, instructed the monks to serve the local community. They encouraged gotong royong, whereby villagers took turns to safeguard and beautify their hamlet. The monks became the community’s moral guardians and helped the poor by providing free meals. The abbot was succeeded by Phra Arthikan Sakmandhi, also from Kampung Balai, after his death. Two more abbots Phra Arthikan Terk and Arthikan Nop succeeded, after which – abbotless – the temple fell into disrepair until the 60s. Finally, a monk from southern Thailand, Phra Arthikan San, came to the rescue and renovated the wat. When he retired, the wat was abandoned again in the 70s and a secondary jungle took over. Then, in 1978, Thai consul Prapote Nakrin Ayuthaya held a meeting with the villagers to restore the temple. After a collective agreement, a Thai monk from Tumpat, Phra Arthikan Bunkerth, was appointed abbot. In 1991, he passed away and for the first time, a Chinese was made abbot. In Kelantan, the honorific title used for a venerated Chinese monk is Por Tan rather than Phra. And so Por Tan Eu Ang Kee took the reins at Wat Phothikyan. He was succeeded by a young and enterprising Thai-Chinese monk from Lopburi. Archan Porchai laid the foundation for success. He used fund-raising methods like herbal baths, a concept that spread like wildfire. Before long, every wat was offering floral soaks or showers for RM5-RM10 per person. Madam Lim, a devotee, recalls: “Archan raised RM3,000, which he used to build a bath house with separate areas for men, women and families. With the hot weather, everyone was happy to have a fragrant herbal bath after a long drive from Kota Baru.” Many believed such baths helped wash away bad luck. Today, the semi-open air herbal bath house has grown into a six- pillared modern building that can accommodate 50 people. Archan also built a double-storey Vihara, known as the Kuan Yin Building, with a large statue of the Goddess of Mercy in the centre. The water that gushes from her vase is said to contain cures for illnesses. The Vihara has a double staircase sweeping from both sides of Kuan Yin down, each with a coiling dragon. At the top are large images of the Buddha of the Past, Present and Future. Directly beneath are wall panels depicting scenes of hell, while the birth and enlightenment of Buddha are depicted inside the hall. As Wat Phothikyan is now financed by the local Chinese community, the Kuan Yin Vihara resembles a traditional Chinese temple. So does the nearby Bell Tower and Temple of Laughing Buddha, which look like they came straight out of Suzhou or Hangchou. The architectural diversity is also reflected in the historic Bord Building, the sole surviving original structure from two centuries ago. It is classically Thai. Apart from the Standing Buddha, the most eye-catching icons here are the two colourful dragons flanking the entrance. Each head rests on an archway, with the Flaming Pearl of Immortality in the middle. Says Thung Jee Beng, the temple’s treasurer, “These twin dragons were completed on May 1, 2000. They are the longest dragons in South-East Asia at 600m. We are very proud of them.” Pride and joy The centre of attention now is the new 33m-high Standing Buddha. Gleaming white, he looks serene. The left hand holds a lotus flower and he stands on a double lotus bloom. Says volunteer C. S. How, “We already have a Sleeping Buddha in Kampung Beruk, Tumpat and a Sitting Buddha in Wat Machimarram in Kampung Jubakar, Tumpat. We wanted to have a Standing Buddha 10 years ago but work only started in 2002 with a budget of RM2mil. “It is the tallest freestanding Buddha in South-East Asia. According to National Geographic, the tallest is in China!’’ Many think the Standing Buddha was painted white, but it is actually made from mosaics, each piece only half-an-inch long. The mosaic has been specially treated and will hold up to the elements. Devotees are lining up to pay RM30 for a piece of the mosaic. They are also praying for the speedy recovery of their beloved Archan Porchai, who is recuperating from a coronary bypass in Bangkok. The handsome and charismatic abbot is only 40 years old. “Wat Phothikyan misses him very much, and we pray he will be in good health to organise the grand inaugural ceremony of the Standing Buddha this August,” says How. Archan Porchai even had a T-Rex constructed in the garden Grins an insider, “There was some leftover building material so he thought it would be fun to have a T-Rex to amuse the children!

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Kru Bar Keow Kummasutho


Kru Bar Keow Kummasutho, a merciful 88 year old monk ( deceased )of Phayao province who studied Vipassana Meditation as a disciple of Kruba Sriwichai who was known to have a profound knowledge of Visha and is highly revered in Thailand. Vipassan means "to see things as the really are" – an ancient meditation technique discovered by Gotama the Buddha more than 2500 years ago. Kruba Keow is also highly respected for his dedication and practice of the 700 year old traditional use of holistic folk medicine Many people have reported miracles associated with the amulets consecrated by this Guru Monk. 

Every day, many people go to meet Kruba Keaw as they firmly believe that he has power to secure good fortune, particularly in business and love. Kruba Keaw is known as a Lanna monk, differing from other Thai monks in as much that he practises the centuries old traditional form of Buddhism and meditation derived from the original Lanna scripts Note: 

The Tipitaka was first written in Sri Lanka, on palm leaves in the Singhalese script, in the year 433 of the Buddhist Era. ....In Thailand, the scriptures were first inscribed in the Great Buddhist Council at Chet Yod Monastery in Chiang Mai in 2020 of the Buddhist Era (A.D. 1477). The script used then was the "Lanna script. 

To the many monks in Northern Thailand, such as Kruba Keaw, practicing the original Lanna ways of chanting, blessing or meditation can be very difficult and generally will require a life time process of learning and dedication. One of the very reasons he is so highly regarded by the people of Northern Thailand. These amulets were made to raise funds for temple


A unique Khun Paen amulet consecrated at Wat Rongdoo by Kruba Keaw Kummasutho. The amulet is made from a variety of sacred constituents but in particular from holy earth collected from a number of auspicious sites and temples throughout the kingdom of Thailand. The amulet was then immersed in Thai flower oil, which has a wonderful aroma, and associated with love, opposite sex attraction and good relationships. 

Its fragrance is said to give a sense harmony and security and allows us to overcome our own selfishness and self centeredness. It is said that these flowers have an affinity with the heart chakra that it livens, allowing it to irradiate the energy of love in our thoughts and our actions. 

The amulet face features an image of khun Paen who is obviously known to us from ancient Thai literature (King Rama ll) as a 'Dashing Lover' and 'Able Warrior' This amulet is ideal for the man that wants to increase his natural attractiveness to the opposite sex, someone that wants to be charming and surrounded by female company. 

The reverse of the amulet features two silver takruts, shards of ivory and sacred thread. The sacred threads are infused with magical powers (known as saisin) and typically used in various Buddhist ceremonies. The thread was stretched between monks and a central Buddhist image during the chanting and consecration ritual for these amulets.

Essentially it is used as a conduit to carry and enhance the prayers vibrations and power. At the end of the ceremony the thread is often cut into small segments to be tied around the wrists of the devotees and lay participants for good luck and prosperity. The shards of ivory are also highly significant. 

In Buddhism the elephant remains symbolic as the vehicle for divine teachings, a symbol of divine truth. The shards are a representation of morals and dignity and are associated with luck. The elephant's characteristic of being sacred originate from the time that it would bring flowers and carry the gem of wishes to Lord Buddha. 

Whereas the takruts provide protection against accidents and evil. All of these auspicious materials have been used specifically for multiple blessings for the wearer. 

• Help in creating business opportunities and drawing wealth 
• Dissolving disharmony and discord between people 
• Opposite Sex Attraction • Conquering and eliminating enemies
• Protection of body and property. 
• Averting obstacles and danger

Luang Pu Hong - Meed Mor and Amulets


Luang Pu Hong Brommapanyo or the Lord Master Prasartbromakhun lived in the Tungmon Cemetery of Wat Petchaburi, Prasart District in Surin Province. His old name was Mr. Suwannahong Chamuadi, born on Thursday 23rd March 1918 at Tungmon village, Prasart District, Surin Province. His father’s name was Boak and his mother’s name was Auen – they were farmers. 

Luang Phor Hong had 8 brothers and sisters – he was the first son. He entered monkhood as a novice at 18 years old and ordained as a monk at the age of 20 at Wat Petchaburi. Present during his ordination were Luang Phor Prae Luang Phor Chueng and Luang Phor Gad. As a novice, his masters called him "Samanane Bromsorn" (Novice Bromsorn). After his ordination he was given the new name"Brommapanyo". 

Luang Pu Hong had studied both theoretical and practical dharma from many masters. Seven years after his ordination, he travelled to Cambodia to practice meditation and to seek peace. In addition he studied magic incantations from many masters. He finally returned to Wat Petchaburi, where he was appointed Abbot in 1973. Luang Pu Hong is known as one of the top guru monks of the present era, although he is now 90 years old. He is well-known and popular for his knowledge in both Dharma and Visha (supernatural arts). 


Luang Pu Hong's knowledge of Visha had come from Cambodia and is widely-proven for its efficaciousness. There have been reports of miracles and beneficial experiences related to Luang Pu Hong and his amulets among the locals of Surin Province, like protection from bullets and knives. In fact Luang Pu guaranteed that his amulets were not only sacred but efficient. He has said that ''you shouldn't even dispose of the box that came with the amulet. 

If you want to throw it away, please give it back to me.'' Also,he told his many disciples that "if my amulets do not work, may I die one hundred times a day". Above all, you have to observe the five basic Buddhist precepts of moral practice. If you can follow these precepts, nothing can harm you. It was said that unusual phenomena like lightning and thunderstorms have also occurred during consecration ceremonies held by Luang Pu Hong in the past. 

What is most amazing is that not a single candle or incense stick was extinguished during the ceremonies, despite heavy thunderstorms. Devas and holy beings have also been reportedly sighted at the ceremonies. Such can be seen efficaciousness of the power and Dhamma practice of Luang Pu Hong. 

Luang Pu Hong is one of the top guru monks of the present era. He is well-known and popular for his knowledge in both Dharma and Visha (supernatural arts). Luang Pu Hong's knowledge of Visha had come from Cambodia and is widely-proven for its efficaciousness. There have been reports of miracles and beneficial experiences related to Luang Pu Hong and his amulets among the locals of Surin Province, like protection from bullets and knives. 

His amulets are widely worn by many local Thai and overseas people who experiences many good effect, like great protection, metta and good luck. Here are some of Luang Pu Hong amulets:


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