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Tuesday, April 26, 2011


 Featuring another rare collection of mine - Phor Than Kong's Pidnar Phakhawan, this superb pidta was believed to be  made around BE 2480. It's hard to determine the real date / year of when this pidnar bhakhawan was made as there's official documentation.

There's ongoing debate and arguing regarding the real name of Phor Than Kong's Phra Pidtnar Bhaghawan. Many of Than Kong amulet's die hard CALLED / NAMED this Pidtnar Bhakhawan as  PIDNAR - หน้า  ( Buddha who covers his face ) and not PIDTA ( Buddha who covers his eyes ). As for me i still name and call it as PHRA PIDNAR BHAKHAWAN. My reason / explaination  are simple..........

i]  Most of the PIDTA figures are PIDNAR because of their physical characteristics  - most of them are actually covering their  FACES and not their EYES.

ii] According to Phor Mor Keaw, our late Than Kong used to name / call all of his PIDNAR as BHAKHAWAN or PIDNAR BHAKHAWAN.

iii] My recent achan ( still alive one ), Phor Mor Chau Narn ( 85 years old ) provided the same infos by saying that our Phor Than Kong called his PHRA PIDTA as PHRA PIDNAR BHAKHAWAM or just BHAKHAWAM.

iv] What happen If the Buddha is covering his  EARS ? or  MOUTH ?  Should we or shouldn't we called them as PHRA PIDHU or PHRA PIDPAKH ?

Personal experienced..........

This superb pidnar bhakhawan was inherited from my grandpa when i was in six former. Grandpa gave me this pidnar after i was involved in a one to two fought. ( 2 verses 1 ). I managed to overpowered both of them and kicked their ***.  After that their gang members kept on challenging and disturbing me, they corned and surrounded for a couple of times but i refused to fight back as they're in  a group of 6 to 10 members. I skipped school for several days and when back to my grandpa's house, he then gave me this pidnar bhakhawan and 2 rings. He taught me some special fighting Yant and Khata Akhom. My grandpa taught me on how to inscribe the yant onto my palm, recite the specific khata and slap both of my shoulders and forehead.

inherited old rings

I went to school as usual and they a kinda keep a distance from me, kinda calmed down and forgot about the previous incident. But it won't last longer as i wished for. The gang members, also the one who fought with me earlier challenged me right after i stepped out from school compound, i walked back home and kept on ignoring him, he followed me closely with his motorcycle . I just keep on reciting the incantation, suddenly i stop and went closely  to the boy and slapped him.  His mouth bled and he called his gang members and within a minutes 4 of his gang members ( Local Chinese gangster - Kuala Krai, Kelantan ) corned and surrounded me, they keep on pushing and tapping my shoulder. Suddenly one of the gang member took off his SGV helmet and hit my left arm repeatedly.

In order to protect myself, i blocked it with my left hand and punched him,  (   blow under his chin ) he fell down, groaned and moaned in pain. He mouth bled and the blood smeared. The other 3 members keep on kicking and punching me, i fought back and with a little humble Muay Thai and Silat Spelek skills that i have, i managed to fought back and suffered a minor bruise and swollen on cheek and hip. It was a miracle when my friends said i fought like a crazy bull, punching, kicking and elbowing until a few adults managed to stop us and the sent us back to school for disciplinary  action, the police and parents were called up and the incident was recorded and all of us were suspended for 1 week, awarded 1 stroke each, and stern warning was given by the policemen.

To cut it short, after the incident. I was a TAI KOR in school, nobody dare to KACAU me anymore and even whenever there's any fighting incident they will call me up and ask my BLESSING. Even the discipline teacher - Mr Lim ( deceased ) will call me and ask my favour to control the Chinese students and advised them to well behave. Ha ha ha !

  pics taken in differ dimmed of lights
 front and rear views

Ha ha ha, merely sharing. Dunno whether the pidnar bhakhawan, rings or the khatas made me fought like a crazy bull. My grandpa said.......

"Ku bog leaw, yar tham, chai yern yern "

["I have told u not to do so, be patient"]

 closed-up pic

The physical appearance of this phra pidnar is still superb and can be said is in 90 %. condition. The front side of the pidnar is still in perfect condition ( the jankrakh - sapt tree extract still perfectly intact and superb ) but the rear side was a bit worn out and the lotus yant was hardly seen due to the old style casing ( cased with copper lid and wrapped inside the clothe and hung or pinned  onto their shirt's pocket or collar ). The surface of the phra pidnar ( front and back ) are completely dried due to the old age.

There's an uncle from Johor offered me RM20K for this pidnar - 'exchanging  hand cost'. He used to offer me RM18K before. Besides him i just turned down an offered of RM25K -  RM30K from the popular Thai amulets store in Penang - K******  V*******.  Just 2 months before the grand sales of Phor Than Kong's Amulets Collection. During the sales, I saw the same pidnar ( same phim with 70% of  clear lotus srcipt )  was sold at RM48K .

The funny thing bout this pidnar is there's one phor than kong's pidnar die hard had offered me RM3K for this pidnar. He said that this is a superb 100% imitate Than Kong pidnar. He advises me not to keep this pidnar as it will bring bad luck to me. He offered me such a high amount becos of its superb imitate condition. He said he wanna keep it as his collection as he cannot afford to buy the real / genuine one.

I just replied this to him ............

"If this pidnar is fake, that means my grandpa gave me the fake pidnar. My grandpa gave me the fake pidnar because he received the fake pidnar from Than Kong. Meaning to say, Than Kong made a fake phra pidnar and gave it to my grandpa ! "

Merely Sharing !

sabbe satta sukhita hontuk !
sadhu ! sadhu !


Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Meed Mor @ Meed Satra @ Meed Thep Satra @ Thep Nit Meed

Meed Mor is a folk word of describing a medic or specialist knife. In Thai, “Meed” means “Knife” and “Mor” means “Phor Mor” or guru. In a simple word, Meed Mor literally means a knife created by a specialist according to the sacred sciences. It also has two other formal names, “Meed Dhep Sattra” - '' God's knife''  and  “Meed Prab Pairee” -  ''Conquering Knife''. 

Adapted from Lek Watruak

There are several prominent guru monks, who are / were highly respected for their efficacious meed mors, such as;

a.       Luang Phor Doem, Wat Nong Pho
b.      Luang Phor Noi, Wat Nong Pho
c.       Luang Phor Kant, Wat Kao Kaew
d.      Luang Phor Soke, Wat Pakklongbangkrok
e.       Luang Phor Kun, Wat Khaokaew
f.       Luang Phor Kuay, Wat Kositaram
g.      Luang Phor Joy, Wat Sri-umporn
h.      Luang Phor Ode, Wat Junsen.
i.        Luang Phor Pern, Wat Bang Phra
j.        Kru Bar Inn, Wat Thung Pui
k.      Luang Pu Kalong, Wat Khao Lam
l.        Luang Pu Pien, Wat Kern Khatin
m.    Luang Pu Hong, Wat Petchburi
n.      Luang Pu Rit, Wat Chan Phra Than
o.      Luang Phor Aird, Wat Nong Moh Kang
p.      etc

Differs guru monks might use the differ “Wichah” sciences in creating Meed Mor same goes with he materials used. Differs guru monks might use the differs material as their main medium of making meed mor. Most of the meed mor made by guru monks were used / mixed with the Lek Namphee steel. This is because Lek Namphee steel is widely known as the symbol of absolute power. It is said to be protected by guardians of the Namphee mines and with the fact that these swords were traditionally made for kings and only high ranking Siamese officers. The steel is said to posses the qualities of neutralizing the  spells and curses. Like the qualities of the 'Lek Lai' in legend, the “Namphee Meed Mor” is widely known to be enable to absorb evil forces, and even can protect the owner from mishap and black magic. 

 “Lek Namphee” is miracle mineral that was found out more hundred years. The only place in Thailand where the rare Namphee ore can be found is Namphee, which is situated in Thong Saeng Kaan district, Uttaradit province ( 7 hours north of Bangkok). Thais believe that “Lek Namphee” is sacred substance and only used for / during ancient time to make Sacred Weapon. According to Thai War Strategy Method, Lek Namphee is great of holy metal that has sacred things live in Lek Namphee. 

Moreover, Lek Namphee has a supernatural power of making the worshipper to be invulnerable and save from weapon, black magic and disaster. On the other hand, the weapons which make from Lek Namphee can destroy witchcraft or any magical experts who are invulnerable. The history evidences and literatures stated that most of Thai great warrior and king owned the sacred sword that made of Lek Namphee such as:

1.      Halberd of King Naresuan Maharaj
King Naresuan the Great who declared Siamese independence after the famous fight with the Burmese viceroy on elephant back. The King's weapons were made from the Namphee steel.

2.      Sword of King Somdej Phra Naresuan
After the greatly expanding the Siamese lands in the reign of King Naresuan, the golden era of Ayuddhaya was reestablished during the reign of King Narai the Great. The regal sword of King Narai was made from the Namphee steel. Blessed and charmed to negate and neutralize all evil and harm. Khun Luang Sorasak, later used this imperial sword to vanquish the enemies of Ayuddhaya in battle.

3.      Sword of Khun Paen
The great soldier of Phra Ramathibodi the II whom legends were told after possessed a Namphee sword called the 'Daab Fa Fuen'. The eerie making of this sacred sword can be heard in the story of Khun Paen. This sword now is safe kept in the National Museum in Bangkok.

4.      Sword of Phaya Phichai Dab Hak
Phraya Pichai (the Governor of Uttaradit), the brave general of King Taksin the Great (who declared independence from the Burmese after the second fall of Ayuddhaya), went into battle with a Namphee sword named "Nantakawut" in his left hand and an ordinary sword in his right. After his victory, the right hand sword was broken and hence the name "Dab Hak" or "Broken Sword". Thais believed  that the namphee sword in his left was used as a guard for protection and as a second weapon due to the steel's superb qualities.
5.      Sword of King Rama VII
Following the coronation of the past King Rama VII of (the current House of Chakri), Phraya Visetachai an officer of the Uttaradit province presented His Majesty with a sword made from Namphee steel. It is placed in the collection of the Royal Weapons (Phra Saeng Sastrawut) to this day. 

Besides the using of the rare and sacred Namphee ions, the meed mor craftman / maker will normally inscribe  ( punched ) the ancient Khmer 'Nakh', ‘Nakh Makh Akh Ukh’, 'Maha Ukh Akh Mak'’ Nak Mor Phut Thak Yakh’ and  ‘ Nak Mak Phak Thak’ incantations on the blade. At the near tip and the handle of the blade various yantras are normally inscribed ( hand punched ). Bear I mind that, most of the REAL AUTHENTIC  and EFFACTIOUS meed mor were 100% HAND CRAFTED / PUNCHED YANTRA. Most of the prominent meed mor blade were hand made and not via modern  crafter / chisel machine.
 ‘Nakh Makh Akh Ukh’

 ‘ Makh Akh Ukh’

 'Maha Ukh Akh Mak'
 ’ Nak Mor Phut Thak Yakh’

‘ Nak Mak Phak Thak’

I used to follow my grandpa to help the young girl suffered from Namman Prai Phi Tai Hong, when we arrived there ( Kampung Lubuk Stol ), the spirit of the NMP was communicating with the Lubuk Stol Malays bomoh, the girl was possed by the the spirit. Upon entering the house I was shocked by the loud screamed of the young girl. The girl keep on shouting and yelling in Southern Thai Malay Language.

“Cis, ore tuo bawo gajah dan pisa mari doh, nok bunuh aku la tu !”
(An idiot old man, you bring an elephant and knife to exorcist me !)

Upon entering the girl’s room, the girl keep on yelling and instructing my grandapa to take a distance and not to come near to her. My grandpa whipped out  his Phra Phikanet Meed Mor and pointed directly to the girl and i saw and heard my grandpa  mouth murmuring with the khatas. Suddenly the girl screamed for her life and yelled at my grandpa…..

“sakit, sakit tolong jange bunuh aku, aku tubik, aku tubik “
( it’s hurt, please don’t kill me, I will leave this body as ordered )

The girl then fainted and unconscious. My grandpa asked for three type of differs colour flowers and bucket of well water, then he used his meed mor, drew a circle and made a nammbun. My grandpa splashed the nammbun and the girl slowly gained conscious and started to communicate with her parents.

While on our way back home, I asked my grandpa. What are the verses / khatas used when he pointed the meed mor toward that young girl. My grandpa smiled at me and said………

“phuthang praksithi may, thammang praksithi may, sangkhang praksithi may”

That’s it ! Just a simple khata, meed mor and his BARAMEE yet SAKSIT, the namman prai spirit was corned and left the girl body without any demands and fights ! 

Similar to Mai Thaw @ Tongkat, most of the Meed Mor can be used / applied in various way of uses / purposes.  My grandpa used to say that, Meed Mor can be used in 108 ways And perhaps 1001 ways. It’s all depends on the wearer or the owners. It’s all about ; material to finish the meed mor, guru who made the meed mor, the wearer and the most important yet crucial part is khata – incantation to evoke the super power of the meed mor, otherwise your meed mor will just a decorative knife that not much different with your kitchen / pen knife.

 Phor Mor Keaw with Meed Mor Phra Phikhanik

Meed Mor; the application !

1. Khan Tuar –  protects body from harms and dangers ( 108 purposes )

2. Ward off / discard the influence of black magic.

3. Ward off / smite enemies.

4. Exorcise evil spirits

5.  Protection against evil spirits / ghost ( Phe Marn )

6.  Protection against the influence of other powerful talismans

7.  Protection against wild animal / dangerous insects – cure the bites

8.  Protection against accidents and mishaps.

9.  Protection against burglar and break in, if keep at home (frame / altar)

10. Protection against evil forces during the chudong or samadhi.

11.  Protection against roaming spirits and wild animals (as a visible shield)

12.  Making Nambun / Holy water

13.  Making Metta oil – dipping the tip of the blade / drawing the yant

14.  Detect and destroy food poisoning ( foods, fruits, water - black magic )

15.  Cure food poisoning – taken orally ( natural poisoning NOT CHEMICAL )

16.   Helping pregnancy mother for an easy child birth / less painful.

17.  Enhance leadership and metta ( love & kindness).

18.  If kept at home will give the worshipper prior warning of danger

19. Repel / discard bad luck / bad dreaming / mishap

20. Maha Amnaj, courages and bravery.

21.   Invulnerability – defeats gun /sharp object (only made of Lek Namphee)

22.   Defeat invulnerability –/ enemies / sorcerer

23.    Cure minor skin irritation / diseases

24.    Use as medium to store / keep the SPIRIT -  genie.

25.    Use as black magic tools for sorcerers

26.    Use as flowers bath tool

27.     Use to inscribe the yant / khom onto yant plates
28.    Change the Feng Shui – transform the bad CHI into a good CHI

29.    etc

  Personal Meed Mor Collections

My very 1st Meed Mor – Meed Mor Mae Nang Hom by LP Pinat

My very 1st Mee Mor – Thep Nit Meed by LP Paddit

Meed Mor by LP Moon, Wat Bahn Jarn, Srisaket

Darb ( sword ) by Kru Bar Inn, Wat Thung Pui, Chiang Mai

Meed Mor by LP Kalong, Wat Khao Lam

Meed Mor by LP Phien, Wat Kern Khatin
Meed Mor by LP Chom, Wat Khlang Khun Paen

Meed Mor Lek Namphee by LP Pra Yort

Meed Mor Hua Chamod by LP Airb, Wat Nong Moh Kang

Meed Mor by LP Moon, Wat Bahn Jarn,  Srisaket

Meed Mor Khan Phai, Kraduk Kae ( old bone )
by  LP Rit Chan Prathan, Buriram

Meed Mor Khan Phai Ngar Chang ( ivory ), by LP Hong

Meed Mor ( keris type ) by LP Perm, Ayuthaya

Meed Mor Pakka Wat Nok

Meed Mor Pakka LP Pra Yort

Darb Phra Khun Paen ( miniature of Phra Khun Paen’s sword )

Various Meed Mor’s Khatas 

There is an important Katha to be chanted in order to enhance and evoke  the superb efficacies power of meed mor. Without specific khata / incantation, the meed mor is just none other than a small pen knife / decorative knife that cannot protect the wearer. Some of the meed mor kathas are ;

Luang Pu Doem’s Khata

 108 usages / Purposes

Sakkassak Wachira Vuthang 
Wessasuwanna Sakatha Vuthang
Alawaka  Thusa Vuthang
Yamasa Naiyana Vuthang
Naraiyasa Chakra Vuthang  
 Pancha A Vuthanang
Aetae sang Anu Phawena 
Pancha  A Vuthanang
Phakka  Phakkha
Wijunnang Wijunna
Lomangmak Mena Buddhasanti
 Kajcha Ak Mumhi
Okaseti Thahik

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Merely Sharing !

sabbe satta sukhita hontuk !
sadhu ! sadhu !

wie.sukhihotu2011 !


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