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Wednesday, July 1, 2009

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 Amulets 

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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