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Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Read more about Mariam @ Meroyan.

 
 The recent case of young mummy who suffered from PPD right after giving birth and plunged to her death on the 10th day of her confinement periods.

https://www.facebook.com/ice300508/posts/10206137419487769


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Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Wichah Bai Bolai / Bonglai / Mai Phlai

Composing begins on 8 May 2015.
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Bolai, Bonglai or Bola (Cassumunar inger )  known / called as  ‘Phlai’, 'Mai Phlai' or ‘Wanj-Fai’ by Southern Thai and local Kelantan Siamese. For Kelantan local folks, Bonglai or Mai Phlai is a part of natural healing herbs and has been used effectively for centuries to treat everyday aches and pains such as; arthritic conditions, reduce swelling on affected tissues, to reduce pain and tension, to stiff joints and ligaments and a very powerful anti-inflammatory agents. Cassumunar Ginger also has been traditionally used for a variety of health benefits that include treatment of digestive problems and stomach ache.

Bonglai @ Bolai @ Mai Phlai mistakenly claimed as HALIA BARA @ HALIA MERAH by certain people. Halia Bara ( Zingiber Officinale Var. Rubrum ) has almost similiar characteristics with the Bonglai. There are two types of Halia Bara, one with small leaf ( 90% similar characteristics as Bonglai leaf ) and big leaf. To differentiate the Bonglai and Halia Bara one should examine the seed ( Ginger ). Halia Bara is easy to determine as the seed  is REDDISH compare to Bonglai - YELLOWISH. There are many types of Bonglai @ Bolai that can be found in our country such as;


Bonglai Kampung,
Bonglai Hutan / Bukit
Bonglai Hitam
Bonglai Kuning and etc

                                     
                        Bonglai                           Halia Bara

    Bonglai                    Halia Bara
                                         ( big leaves )


                                          Bonglai             Halia Bara
                                                      ( small leaves )
 
Back to the discussion...............
According to Phor Mor Keaw and Phor Mor Cau Nan, late Phor Than Kong used PHLAI or BOLAI for various usages and applications;

1st    leaf and stem were used as namboon sprinkler.
2nd  leaf and seed were used to cure "Mariam"
3rd  seed was crushed & mixed with the      
          rice to Khan Phee Marn.
4th   seed was crushed and mixed as wanj to make
          Pidta Bhagawan
5th   seed was used to cure / weaken the black magic
6th   planted tree believed to secure the house from
          black magic
A = Wichah Kam Rak Mariam 

This rare wichah was once used by Than Kong to cure  Mariam, Meriam  @ Gila Meroyan (GM)or  POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION (PPD), which also known as Postnatal Depression.

PPD / GM is a type of clinical depression  which  can affect women after childbirth. Symptoms of PPD may vary from one to another. The symptoms include; sadness, affects the way you eat and sleep, increases the chance of risky behaviours,  anxiety  and  irritability that may lead to another serious problems such as  hallucination,  recurrent thoughts of death, and even committing suicide.
Without proper treatment, PPD can last for weeks, months, or perhaps for years. Appropriate treatment including the using of antidepressants or psychotherapy. These treatment however can ONLY HELP - ( not to cure but only to control and lesser the PPD ) those who suffered   with PPD.
Decades before antidepressants  or psychotherapy   is used to treat  PPD/GM, those who suffered with GM will be treated traditionally by using various methods including Main Puteri, Ulik Mayang, Tutung, Pelepas, Buang / Hanyutkan Ancak so on and so forth. They believed that GM was once caused by the evil spirit and they needed to be treated / cleansed / cured  according to the traditional customs and believes - to discard the evil spirits.
Phor Phor Keaw used to share some great stories on how our late Phor Than Kong treated and cured GM.  Neither antidepressants nor psychotherapy was used. Than Kong used only Wichah Mai Phlai / Bai Bolai to help those who suffered with GM. According to late Than Kong, GM was neither caused by the evil spirits nor black magic. GM caused by the depression which can affect women after childbirth. During and after the child birth, woman - mother needed to PANTANG  by following the strict confinement periods and practices.

Confinement practices are traditional postnatal practices which merely  aimed at helping a new mom to RECOVER from the RIGOURS of PREGNANCY, LABOUR and BIRTH. Mom and baby are said to be in confinement because they are effectively "QUARANTINED" at home. Traditionally, they do not receive any visitors apart from close family members until the confinement periods is over.


In Malaysia, our ethnics; Chinese, Malay and Indian communities  have their respective confinement practices. The common thread amongst the practices of the different communities is to support the new mom and help her to recover from childbirth as well as to regain her physical and emotional strength. Some moms consider confinement to be an old-fashioned and opt not to follow the more restrictive practices. Yet, many do still observe confinement as they welcome the enforced rest built into this tradition.  For a Malaysian-Chinese mom, the confinement period lasts for a whole month from the very first day of the baby's birth ( 30-day ). Malay women usually observe a pantang period of 40 to 44 days

In every community, the confinement periods is a time for the new mom to rest and avoid any physical work. During this time, sexual intercourse is not allowed as the mom is not considered fully healed. According to some communities confinement restrictions include;
->      Not to wash their hair for the entire confinement periods.

->          To avoid (over exposure ) "cool elements" such as cold water. Low temperatures from an air-conditioner or fan must be avoided too.

->         Bathe only ( after 21 days ) with specially
prepared traditional herbs.
->       Hire a traditional masseuse (bidan) to massage the abdomen and bind the tummy with a special postnatal corset ( Bengkung ).
->        Use a "hot stone" ( tungku ) over the abdomen ( bertungku untuk mengecut dan menaikkan Rahim ).
 ->         A special diet during the confinement periods. The aim of the diet is to boost immune system and strength. These include ginger and a traditional tonic brewed with herbs. They are believed to promote better blood circulation and strengthen the immunity, eat only fresh fish, such as snakehead fish (ikan Haruan) to promote healing internally.
These prohibitions are said to help and ensure that mom body retain as much heat as possible. It is believed this will help mum to avoid health problems such as rheumatism, arthritis, headaches, body pains and Mariam @ Gila Meroyan (GM) or  Postnatal Depression. (PPD)
Phor Than Kong will only use MAI PHLAI, WELL WATER and RAW RICE as a medium to cure GM. The stems and leaves were used to KAM RAK -  Discard (Sweep away) the AKAR UMBI  PENYAKIT( punca ) also known as a traditional way of neutralising / discarding  the negative elements / roots of the spiritual illnesses  from the body.
Before proceeding with the ritual, Bolai tree and its seeds will be blessed with the mons. The leaves must be in odd numbers. 3 of the leaves will be written with the special yants. The GM patient will be seated facing out on the BENDUL ( traditional main door threshold or saddle ). The stem and Bolai leaves will be used to Kam Rak - the act of sweeping out ( from head to toes ). The mons / khatas will be recited 7 or 21 times.
The seeds  from the blessed Bolai tree were then crushed and mixed with the well water - 1 pot / jar as AIR BILASAN AKHIR ( final pot / jar of water to rinse the body ) right after taking the flower bath and  PELEPAS ritual ( Sadok Krok Kae Bon Kae Kam lek Kae Jar ).
The specific mons to be used to discard / drive away the negative elements and  bless / make the namboon and rice are as such;

 (i)

Om
Kam Tret,
Kru Ku Ram Nerd,
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
Mariam.......................
Mariam.......................
Mariam.......................
....................................
....................................


(ii)

Om
.....................................
.....................................
.....................................
Ku Kam Rak Mariam.....................
...........................Nam Kin.
...........................Khao Kin.
....................................
....................................
Om Kam Rak ..............
....................................
After completing the Wichah Mai Phlai. Than Kong will then proceed with another  related ritual;   WITHI KAE  KROK   KAE BON KAE KAM lek KAE JAR.  To perform this ritual, Than Kong will use DaiDip ( Benang Mentah ) and Yakha ( Imperata Cylindrical / Rumput lalang ) that spun together from 27 pieces and to be tied together by using 7 colours of threads. Specific Mons / Khatas that used to complete this wichah are as below;

Nak Kae,
Mor Klai,
Phut .........
Thak ........
Yak ...........
  

Om
...............
Kae Lek,
Kae .........,
Kae .......,
Kae Jar,
Kae ...................
Kae ...................
..........................
..........................
..........................
( incomplete khatas, please do not recite  ! )  
AIR BILASAN AKHIR ( final pot / jar of crushed Bolai seed water ) will be used to rinse herself after showering.

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B = Wichah Khesarn Sak Phee Marn
This rare wichah was once used as a TOOL to discard / expel the evil forces ( ghosts and spirits ).  This wichah is used to bless the KheSarn ( raw rice ) to be SAK ( means SHOOT from projectile object -  arrow ) to the haunted area. The rice is used to purify the premises from the negative elements and to discard / expel the evil forces that HARMED the residents.

We usually hear about kids / teens that crying  during dawn or wee hours perhaps some of us had the experience when our kids suddenly wake up in the middle of night and crying non-stop without any valid reasons. This wichah is used to bless the raw white rice and then the blessed rice is used to SAK to/at the house / room to drive away the spirits (if) only caused by supernatural elements and not because of stomach ache, tooth ache etc.

The raw white rice is used together with Bai Bolai / Mai Phlai. The ginger from the Bolai will be inscribed with the certain yants and be blessed according to the D.O.B of the kid or patient. The seeds will be crushed and mixed with the rice before be empowered / blessed with the specific mons. The main mons are as such;
 
Om
Ku Chak Saeg Kesarn Sak ..................
Tong Phee Par Ku Ma ......................
Tong Phee Mai Ku Ma Ron Kher Fai
Tong Phee .......................................
Tong Phee .......................................
Tong Phee .......................................
Tong Phee........................................
..........................................................
Om ........................
.......Pai Thang Hu Phee
.....................................
.....................................
.....................................
Tha Thuk Batd, Batd Kor Taeg,
Tha Thuk........,  ........................
Tha Thuk........,  ........................
Tha Thuk........,  ........................
.......................................
Om Phee Sadt Thang Lai
Om Marn Thang Ha
......................................
......................................
( incomplete khatas, please do not recite  ! )
According to Phor Mor Keaw the blessed rice will turn into ARROW and SPEAR when the blessed rice was  SAK - CHUCKED  ( to toss, throw with a quick motion ) to the surrounding area. Phor Mor Keaw added that, the evils forces / ghost / spirit will see  these blessed rice as an ARROW and SPREAR with huge FIRE BALL that will hurt and burn them into ashes.

The remaining of the blessed rice will be used to make a namboon. Some of the rice will be added inside the cup ( according to D.O.B ) and mons will be recited. The namboon will be used to rinse the face and to be consumed by kid or patient.

According to Phor Mor Keaw, if confronting the fierce spirits / ghost. Than Kong will add rock salt (GARAM KASAR) and raw black pepper ( LADA HITAM ) with Bonglai ginger before preparing the RECIPE to discard and expell the fierce ghosts / evil forces.

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Composing ends on 20 October 2015.



As I promised b4, this  Bangsek's Wichah article will be the last article posted here. The rest of the proposed articles ( Wicha Annam Sadok Krok Tor Ayut, Wicha Chau Kang, Wicha Karn Phee Marn & Wicha  Mae Nang Thoranee Mae Nang Khun Kha ) will be deleted. Thank you.
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merely sharing !
wie.sukhihotu15 !

Monday, October 12, 2015

Stop Please !

Stop ATTACKING me via Amulets Forum & Social Media !

Come and meet  me personally guys, we yam char. Have a nice talk over the meal and exchange some ideas and useful information on the topics of your interest  !
Contact me via my email..........
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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Coming Up Next .............................

1" Gold Look Om Takrut by Phor Than Kong

 
Than Kong used to MUM it inside his mouth before giving it to Phor Mor Keaw when he was bedridden. 
 
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Coming Up Next .......... !

Than Kong BE 2506 bucha by late CK Chan and not by late CK Mit. Neither the REDO batch by Wat Peyaram, Tangkak Johor nor by Wat Uttayamunee, Singapore ! 
 
 
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Coming Up Next ..................................

WICHA  ANNAM  SODOK  KROK TOR AYUT

In Kelantan, this wichah was popularized by late Than Dee of Wat Mai Suwankiri, Bukit Tanah. Late Than Dee learnt this wichah from late Phor Mor Keaw

Monday, September 21, 2015

Coming Up Next - Wichah Cau Kang

Wichah Cau Kang / Dok Kang

Coming Up Next ..............................

Wichah Mae Nang Thoranee
Wichah Mae Nang Khon Kha

Coming Up Next .............................

Wichah Karn Phee Marn

Sunday, September 20, 2015

Phor Cau's Stuffs

Composing begins on 13 June 2015.

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Featuring the only collection of late Phor Chau @ Than Lek @ Phra Kru Ariyasangworn of Wat Ariyakiri, Pauh Lima, Bachok Kelantan.
A. Phor Cau Taorid

The taorid was encased with vintage style - steel lid  ( Bungkus Kuku Lipan in Malay ). This 1st batch taorid believe to be made around BE2518 / 2519. This Phim Niyom taorid is sought after by most Phor Cau die-hard fans.

This taorid is endowed with the baramee of Metta Hean Do, Khlew khad, Khan Phai and Antarai Plod Pai. As my personal experiences, this taorid is superb for Metta Hean Do and Ler Kin Ler Cai as in Malay known as "Pengasihan @ Belas Kasihan" dan "Murah rezeki @ Senang Cari Makan".


Nowadays, this taorid ( including 2nd batch that made by Cau Lor and Cau Su or widely known as Poklor and PokSu by local Aril folks ) has been classified into many phims. Such as;

Phim Niyom
Phim Yim Kha Yau
Phim Yim Kha San
Phim Nar Lek
Phim Nar Kae
Phim Nar Yim
So on and so forth ...................

After the classification, then the rumours spread and false claimed made by certain parties by saying this phim is genuine and those phims are fake.  Wars of words begin. Dim of dozens of comments and claims made. Certain parties fought for their stand and claim. Whereas the real collectors puzzled ! Rumours spread and claimed that all phims of 2nd batch taorid should be sent back to temple for authentication / official stamp. Stamping of " NAK " - khom character on the left chest ( chivorn)- robe. Romours spread by saying that the 2nd batch taorid without NAK code stamping is considered as FAKE or REDO batch. The truth is .......... RUBBISH ! NO such fake or redo batch for the 2nd batch taorid. All were made only once by late Poksu ! Perhaps the 2nd batch taorid with NAK character on the left chivorn is now RUBBISH !

Amazingly the price for these 1st batch and 2nd batch Phor Cau Taorid suddenly sky rocketing !  In 2014, I hd been offered sum of RM3500 for this taorid. Last 2 months, a guy from KB offered me RM5000 for this Roon Rek Phor Cau Taorid .......... hahahahahaha ! 

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B. Phor Cau Rian


The one and only Phor Cau rian that I have. This rian gained its popularity nowadays. This rian is sought after as a superb substitution of the 1st batch taorid. Having to say that this rian endows with the same baramee of Metta Hean Do, Khlew khad, Khan Phai, and Antarai Plod Pai.

Sharing a great story on this rian. An old folk was stung by swamp of  hornets ( Tebuan Tanah ) while he was clearing the plot behind his house.   He accidentally hit the hornet's nest with his Parang Baekok ( curve shape machete ). He said he saw a swamp of hornets flew toward him and stung him. The old man said he can feel the hornets hit (stung) his face and body repeatedly. He ran for his life, but amazingly the hornets stopped chasing and stinging him. When he reached home he realized that he survived from the hornets attacked  !
The man added that, the only thing that he could remember was the hornets  stung / hit his body  repeatedly like a Bullet Rain but amazingly - none of the hornets able to sting him ! He believed that this PhorCau rian had saved his life from the hornets attack.
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 C. Takrut Phra Cau Sip Hok

The stunning hand inscribed and pumped takrut Phra Cau Sip Hok by late Phor Chau.  These takruts consist ALMOST the same yant / khata arkhom / arkhara with the Phor Cau hand written pharyant. Perhaps this takrut was inscribed SLIGHTLY DIFFER from arkhara compare to the pharyant. Inscribed  with some extra yant / khata arkhom / arkhara to make this takrut almost complete and can be used for differ purposes.

According to Phor Chau, his takrut can be used for 4 main purposes - Si York ( 4 different directions ). The 4 directions usage were indicated by the special formulated yants with the 4 spikes pointed at the 4 directions. The 4 spikes / arrows yant is as below;


This takrut is a type of KHAD EAOW THITSERMON - waist type takrut. Meaning to say that, this takrut will only work well if the takrut  is tied around the waist ! Phor Cau ( including his disciples - PokSu, PokLor and Than Noon ) used to advise the devotees to place / drag the takrut to the correct directions as wish. Sometime this takrut been called as Takrut SIE YORD - 4 Spikes representing the 4 directions of usage..............

1. Nar (Front) -
Khlewkad, Khong Kraparn & Antarai Plod Pai

2. Lang (Back) -
Khan Phee, Khan Khun Sai & Kambang Ton
3. Sai (Left) -
Metta Mahasaneh Mahaniyom (PuChai - Man)

4. Khwa (Right) -
Metta Mahasaneh Mahaniyom(PuYin - Girl)


The mons that used to enhance / evoke the supreme power of this takrut and the Yant Phra Cau Sik Hok are as such;

Ik Ra Sha Kha Ta Rak Sa
Tik Hang Cak To Ro Tik Nang
Pik Sam Rak Lo Phut Sa Phut
So Mak Nak Ga Rik Tha Tho
Pak Sam Samn Wik Sak Tay Phak
Kha Phut Phan Tho Tha Wak Khah
Wa Tho No Ak Mak Ma Wa
Ak Wit Su Nut Sar Nut Tik    ( Itikpikso Paed Darn )

Nak Mak Nak Ak
Nor Gor Nak Gak
Gor Or Nok Ak
Nak Ak Kak Ang              ( 16 Akharas / Syllables)

Uk Mi Ak Mi
Ma Hik Suk Thang
Suk Nak Phut Thang
Ak Suk Nak Ak                ( 16 Akharas / Syllables )

According to PokSu, Phor Cau did not satisfy with the pump type takrut because of the Akhara Yant not as clear and too rough as compare to the hand inscribed takrut. That is why the pump type was produced once compare to the hand inscribed which was produced in various types; lead, thick yellow and red coppers, and thin red and yellow coppers. The feature hand written takrut above is the thick yellow copper.

Both hand inscribed and pumped takruts were added / inscribed with extra by Phor Cau himself. Most of us didn't realise bout this extra khom / akhara. The extra akharas were hand inscribed by Phor Cau at the reverse side of the takrut. Phor Cau inscribed with 7 letters of chosen khom / akhara.  These 7 letters of akharas were inscribed in two styles - some were inscribed with KHOM  and MODERN THAI alphabets.

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D. Pharyant Phra Cau Sip Hok

Featuring Pharyant Phra Cau Sip Hok.  This pharyant has the same yant / khata arkhom / arkhara with the takrut Phra Cau Sip Hok by Phor Cau. Most of us thought that this pharyant was made / inscribed by late PokSu. According to my late Aunt - GorPo Tuli ( hearing impaired Aunt), she said that she got this pharyant from Phor Cau himself together with the Phor Cau self portrait pharyant. Meaning to say that, this pharyant MAY BE was inscribed by late PokSu ( Chau Su ) on behalf of Phor Cau but we believed that this pharyant was personally hand inscribed by late Phor Cau and not by late PokSu based on the styles and khom chracters.


The pharyant was fully hand inscribed by late Phor Cau by using MERK CHIN ( Chinese Calligraphy Ink ) abstracted from the ink stone and stick.  

Japanese Sumi Inkstick & Rectangular Inkstone
 Ink-stone and Ink-stick


Based on the Akhara and Ong Phra, both pharyants consist of / been written with the same styles. Although the self portrait pharyant was using modern printing machine but the template / block was inscribed by the same person - Phor Cau indeed !


 Ong Phra from Phor Cau self portrait pharyant

  Ong Phra from Phor Cau 
Phra Cau Sip Hok pharyant

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E. Pharyant Roupmeurn Phor Cau
Featuring Pharyant Roup Phor Cau. This machine printed pharyant was made by order by late Phor Cau. The distribution of this pharyant halted for quite sometimes because of the printing error one of the khom / akhara.
As retold by late PokSu, after Phor Cau discovered the akhara printing error on the pharyant Phor Cau decided to reprint all the pharyant but it was too costly to make a new block / template. Phor Cau then decided to make an alteration by himself. At the first glance nobody notices about the ERROR and the AMENDED akhara by late Phor Cau

Please bear in mind that the authentic pharyant with error SHOULD  consist of  BLUE  / BLACK ( most of them are in blue )BALL POINT PEN ALTERATION of the akhara. The khom / akhara - letter NU ( as shown in the photo ) was printed wrongly. It was  then hand amended by late Phor Cau himself. I hope this revelation could rubbish all the misleading claims and roguish  accusation on the pharyant.


A superb story to be shared about this Phor Cau Roupmeurn  Phayarnt.
According to my late aunt, she PLACED / PUT  this pharyant in her kebaya pocket. One day she went to collect debt from a Malay folk in Bandar Kuala Kusial ( near to the Guillermard bridge @ Jambatan Kusial ), now the town was abandoned and most of the residents were moved out from the town. She went to collect the DUIT KUTU from this Malay guy, the man refused to pay her. My late aunt keep on insisting him to pay his debt and would not leave his house unless he paid the KUTU. The Malay man pissed off and threaten  her with long machete ( Kelewang Jambul ). 

The man kept on pointing the machete at my aunt with the intention to hurt her. My Aunt keep on reciting the Itikpikso Thoi Lang when the man threaten her with the  machete. Amazingly the man suddenly threw away his machete and went to his room and came out with sum of KUTU money and gave to my aunt and said..........

"Mek, mum ambik duit ni, gi jauh2. Aku tetok mum kae " ( You better leave before my machete hurts you).

My aunt then went back to her house ( Kusial Town ) and thanked Phor Chau for sparing her life. My aunt went to Wat Aril and met Phor Cau, my aunt told the whole story to Phor Chau.  My Aunt believed that Phor Cau pharyant in her kebaya saved her and subdued the man anger ( Hong Khlai Pen Dee ).
Suk Sik Suk Sang Arahang Phutho,
Phutho Phutho Phutho,
........... Jang Ngang,
...........................
 ..........................
...........................
Sik Suk, Sang Suk ...............
............................................
............................................
Ak.......................

This is the real ( long version ) Suk Sik Suk Sang khata by Phor Cau. Most of us only knew / learnt/ be taught for the 1st and 2nd lines of the khata.

Suk Sik Suk Sang Arahang Phutho,
Phutho Phutho Phutho,


The short 2 lines khata (above) were genuinely taught by late Phor Cau to his devotees. The long and complete khata only be taught to the selected disciples. This is because the complete khata can be used for all round purposes including to harm people. Those long version khata was originally used to smite the enemy !

There was a great story told by late Phor Kae Ae Tui @ Tok Ae Tui from  Kampung Belimbing, Tanah Merah on this khata. To learn this khata it took me almost 2 years to convince him that I won't misused the khata to harm people. A year before he passed away, he called me up and performed a special Waikru / Jog Kru before teaching me this khata. Tok Ae Tui told me that he learnt this khata from Phor Cau himself after he heard the story from his Manora teammates  from Aril ( used to stay at Wat Ariyakiri for Manora performances ) that Phor Cau overpowered 3  thieves ( Pencuri Lembu ) with this khata. The details and in-depth stories on how this khata was used and  the ways to use the khata couldn't be made openly here. Sorry guys !

Dear friends, sincere advice from me................
DO NOT RECITE those khata  ( even the short - 2 lines khata ) if you are running a business / dealing with customers or business thingy ! Except if you are in danger while dealing your business. Other than that, please don't !!! Believe me, the khata is NOT Phor Cau HEART MANTRA as claimed by certain parties. The khata was once used to SMITE  ENEMIES  !

If you need / want the real Than Lek's Heart Mantra, contact me personally via my email. It is not a promise but we will see then !

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 F. Takrut Khan Barn - Takua

 

Sharing another rare stuff from Phor Cau is the black lead takrut. It was hand made by using vintage latex rubber pressing / rolling machine. The lead to make this takua takrut was gather from the;

1.   vintage toothpaste tube
2.   old style wiring ( cable ) clip
3.   lead from fishing rod - sinker
4.   lead from car battery - terminal and electrode
5.   ancient lead coin

This Phor Cau hand inscribed black lead takrut was made in 4 pieces meant to be used as Takrut Khan Barn - Takrut for house / premises protection.  This Yant Karn Barn actually were made in 4 pieces ( Nar Lang Khwa Sai ) for 4 directions. Out of 4 only 2 pieces were secured from our old home ( 1 at the pillar and the other 1 at the door frame ).

 After Phor Cau moranak, this type of takrut Khan Barn was then inscribed by late Cau Su and Cau Lor but the takrut was in much smaller size. Cau Su learnt this rare wichah from late Phor Cau. The takrut were inscribed ONLY with the certain akhra of ITIKPIKSO PAEDARN or YANT KROPETCH but the power of this takrut empowered by the MONS used to plugsaeg. Phor Cau used specific mons to evoke the power of this takrut. The mons are as such;

Ik ...........
Tik .........
Pik .........
So ..........
Pha.........
Kha.........
Wa..........

Om...................Tik Bun..........
Om...................Tak Sin..........
Om...................Pak Chim ......
Om...................Uk Dorn ........
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H. Phra Pidta Phakawan Maha Ud

Featuring my little collection of Phra Pidta Phakhawan Maha Ud by late Phra Kru Lek of Wat Ariyakiri, Pauh Lima.

This phakhawan believed to be MADE by Phor Cau during the Japanese ruling areas in Tanah Melayu. Believed to be somewhere around BE 2486 - 2490 ( 1942 - 1945 ). Some of the Pauh Lima old folks said it was NOT made by Phra Kru Lek but ONLY distributed by Phor Cau after the Japanese eras.
 

The second source of this phakhawan origin is said that, this phakhawan actually ONLY DISTRIBUTED after Phra Kru Lek's parinibbana. They said that this phakhawan was distributed by late PokSu and PokLor.
The third source of this rare phakhawan is, this phakhawan made by Thai's monk and then blessed by Phra Kru lek before been distributed to the devotees. Kelantan's amulets experts, perhaps Phra Kru Lek's stuffs expert out there, contribute something to be shared and help me to shed the lite on this. 
At first glance there's nothing special about this phakhawan rian. It is just a small piece of thin copper / bronze plate. Perhaps the shape of the rian are quite strange and not many rian were made / printed in these rectangle ( above pic ) and oval ( below pic ) shapes. Besides its special shape / design. This phakhawan is supreme in power. TESTED to be possessed a superb amnaj, kongkhapan and khlew khad powers to the wearer. The great story to be shared on this phakhawan is ............... ( as retold to me by Phor Kae Tharhap from Beris Kubur Lama, Bachok, one of Phor Than Kong and Phra Kru Lek's disciple  ).
 
This phakhawan wore by a Malay kampung gangster ( late 80s ) from Pasir Putih. He was among the most wanted person because of cock fighting cases ( Laga Ayam ). He also wanted because of illegally  possessed of a fire arm.  In a high speed chase, the police successfully corned him and forced him to fight back. It take 4 policemen to overpower him and one of the policeman whipped out the gun and pointed at the man forehead, he pulled the trigger and opened the fire at point blank. The bullet hit the man forehead but the bullet could not penetrate the man's skull. In disbelieved, the policeman pulled another trigger and hit the man stomach but again, the bullet failed to penetrate his body.
The 4 policemen shocked and immediately made a body searched and discovered 2 Siamese amulets on this gangster body - a rolled takrut tied around his waist and a amulet hung around his neck. The policemen seized the amulets and sent the man to the police station. The story was retold by one of the policemen after the man was sentenced to life imprisonment. The amulet then was shown to late Phor Kae Thaharp and it was identified by late Phor Kae Thaharp as Phra Kru Lek's Phakhawan Maha Ud. 
Phor Kae Thaharp smiled and said..... he dunno whether the phakhawan or the takrut that make that man so invulnerable. The takrut was missing, the policeman who owned and showed the phakhawan to Phor Kae Thaharp said, it was taken by his friend, the one who pulled the trigger and he secretly OWNED the phakhawan -- OFF RECORD  !

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IMaha Peth / Mor Peth
Phor Cau's Maha Peth / Mor Peth made of rattan from Fan Lukminit @ Fan Lukmit bind with Dai Dip (Benang Mentah) from Manora Puja Offering and Wai Kru Mor. This rare item and wichah on how to ACTIVATE - USE it  will be discussed in depth via separate post !
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J. Phor Cau Roon Nen Bucha 



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K. Pharyant Mae Nang Khuat 

These Pharyant Mae Nang Khuat were made by (order) Phor Cau. These Pharyants were blessed and distributed durin Phor Cau era. These pharyants were given to my late mum by Phor Cau himself.
After parinibanna, these pharyants ( especially the yellow pharyant ) were then distributed by Pok Lor and Pok Su to the devotees.





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Composing ends on 20 September 2015.

Merely sharing !
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sadhu ! sadhu !

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