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Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Rian MaiTadPid B.E 2537 - Archan Nong Wat SaiKow

Rian Phra Luang Phor Thuad (Rian MaiTadPid) amulet by Archan Nong Wat SaiKow B.E 2537. The amulet above is made of "NaWak" material and only produced 300 piece.

阿占农 (Wat SaiKow主持)于佛历 2537年制的龙婆托佛牌. 上里照片的龙婆托佛牌是由NaWak(九宝铜/五宝铜)所制的特别版 - MaiTadPid (没切边的喔) 只做300粒.

B.E 2537 Rian Luang Phor Thuad (Normal Pim)

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Thai Movie - Ong Bak 2 (องค์บาก 2) 拳霸 2

The story is about a man with two sides - good and evil. Conceited about his talents, he lives in a world of darkness until he discovers the beauty of Khon Dance (Thai traditional masked dance), and transforms it into a gracious fighting skill.

The film direct by Tony Jaa and Ong Bak 2 was budgeted at Baht 300 million (US $8.8 million) and took three years to make!

Saturday, November 29, 2008

King Naresuan The Great!

The film concerns the life of King Naresuan, who liberated the Siamese from the control of Burma. Born in 1555, he was taken to Burma as a child hostage; there he became acquainted with sword fighting and became a threat to the Burmese empire.

click here and visit Official site of
King Naresuan Movie

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

New Released! Phra Khun Pean amulet by Archan Sarkon

New batch of Phra Khun Pean amulet by Archan Sarkon just released few days ago. I was told that this will be the final batch of Prai Guman Khun Pean by Master SarKon but i dont know how true is this information.

几天前才出庙的 Archan Sarkon 念经严制的坤平佛牌. 据说这将是师傅的最后一帮 Prai Guman坤平佛牌.

由于Archan Sarkon 制的坤平佛牌 都有掺入他的师父 Luang Phor Tim (Wat LaHanLai) 留下的 Prai Guman 粉, 所以 Archan Sarkon 制做的佛牌渐成为新马一带佛牌收藏家的新宠.

Phra Khun Pean Pim Yai - Silver Tarkut

Compare size between : B.E2551 batch of phra khun pean amulet pim Yai(left) and 1st Batch B.E2530 Pim Yai Khun pean(right).

Both amulet consecrated by Archan Sarkon

Saturday, October 18, 2008

New Luang Phor Thuat Amulet Released - Luang Phor Kaew

New Batch Phra Luang Phor Thuad amulet by Luang Phor Kaew - Wat Saphan Meikaen
(The amulet just released by this week)

Luang Phor Thuad "Dao Lit" by Luang Phor Kaew the great monk of the temple of Saphan Meikaen.

Phra Luang Phor Thuad amulet - "Met Deng" by luang phor Keow

image of Luang Phor Kaew at the back of New Luang Phor Thuad "Met Deng"

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Luang Phor Thuat Katha 龙婆托心咒

Commissioned by the Queen of Thailand, Wat Huay Mongkol houses the largest statue of Phra Luang Phor Thuad (พระหลวงพ่อทวด) in the world

Luang Phor Thuad Katha

NaMoTaSa - BaGaVaTo - AraHaTo - SamMa - SamBuDahSa
(3 Times)

NaMoBuDhi SatTho - RaJaMuNi - SaMiRaMo - MaHaPuNo - AhNuBhaVeNa - MeRaKhanTu


NaMoTaSa - BaGaVaTo - AraHaTo - SamMa - SamBuDahSa
(3 Times)

NaMoBuDhiSatTo - AhKanTiMaYa - ItiPaGaVa - NaCaLiTi

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Lok Gork - The Baby Ghost 人胎鬼仔

After seeing the Hong Kong cable show “Guai Tan” I have decided to compile some more information about lok gork.

Guman Thong (กุมารทอง), the baby ghost spirit has special power and greatly beneficial to the owner. The most well known one was from the Thai literature "Khun Chang Khun Pean" (คุณแปนคุณชาง) that Guman Thong was one of the most powerful sacred possessions that Khun Pean own, beside his famous sword "Daab Fa Fuen' and greyish SiMohk horse..

Other than the well known Guman Thong, the baby ghost spirit, there is another type of baby ghost spirit that is well known as well in Thailand and that is Lok Grok.

Lok Grok is actually a stillborn/unborn baby, very small in size and it seems that not all the organs are fully formed. Thai people believe that whomever take this stillborn baby and care for it; then Lok Grok by means of black magic in the spiritual form, will help them in many ways such as helping to protect the owner and will warn him if dangers were near, and would also bring many fortunes in various ways.

During those good old days, having faith or believing in Lok Grok was very common, however it is rare in this day and age, but still exists. If you’re interested in seeing one, it’d be very difficult to find, not like back then where it’d be in many homes in the village. Today, you might even find yourself looking at animal Lok Grok, such as dog or cat that aren’t as powerful as human, but at least it’s still Lok Grok, I think by having one, you have nothing to lose.

在看了香港有线电视节目"怪谈"系列 - 台灣不思議手記后 我激起我想去汇集更多些关于Lok Gork ("路过", 人胎灵童或俗称人胎鬼仔...听上去蛮可怕的但其实并不) 的信息资料.

我们就打从Guman Thong(古曼童, 俗称鬼仔,金童)说起吧,Guman Thong 是拥有特殊神力/能力的灵婴,古曼童会帮助他的供养者去达到他们想要达到目的。Guman Thong闻名源自于泰国的文学著作 "Khun Chang Khun Pean" (昆昌昆平). 泰国古时名将Khun Paen(坤平/昆平将军)拥有3大圣物:

那就是灰马SiMohk, 名剑 Daab Fa Fuen 还一个就是帮他出计避险的 Guman Thong.

除了众所周知的Guman Thong外 另一类型的灵婴要属在泰辽闻名的Lok Gork(路过)了.

Lok Grok实际上是经过特别仪式跟处理的婴儿的尸体(干尸) (p/s: 现在有些师傅已经取婴尸的型来代替了原有真正的婴儿尸体来制做这类护身符).

Lok Grok实际看上去很小而且所有的器官尚未完全成形。泰国人认为要是谁拥有Lok Grok; Lok Grok将多方面帮助他的主人,比方说保护他,并帮主人避险 以及以不同的方式给主人带来财富.

新马知名佛行老闆的猫Lok Gork
Cat Lok Gork

在以前, 崇信及拥有Lok Grok是司空见惯的事. 时过境迁到了现今的社会, 如果你要找个真正的 Lok Grok 却是蛮难办到事. 现今如果你有看到动物的Lok Gork,比如说狗或猫Lok Gork 虽然说狗或猫Lok Grok没有像人胎Lok Gork拥有那么强的灵力 但毕竟是难的一见的宝物所以拥有一件也算是美事一桩…而且nothing to lose!


Saturday, October 11, 2008

The Powerful Talisman - TarKut

Tarkut made by various monk (list from up to bottom in sequence ) - Luang Phor Kalong, Luang Phor Kalong, Luang Phor Joy, Luang Phor Kaew, Archan WuTai, Luang Phor Thong.

What is Tarkut?
Tarkut (Takrud) is a roll talisman sheet, sacred mantras, diagrams, pictures or magical words that were inscribed on a piece of metal ... like gold, silver and Tin (pronouced as Takua/ TaGua in Thai), palm leaf, wood, ivory, tiger skin, bone or other uncommon material.and people in Malaysia normally named it as "TangKai" (in Malay language).

Most of the Tarkut mainly consecrated for KongKraPan(mainly for protection purpose, take away all dangers suffer, protected the wearers from harm, accidents, black magic) or Metta (mainly for personal attractiveness, luck, wealth/business and protection) purpose.

After the tarkut has been written, it will be consecrated by the master himself thru special session. It is then normally rolled into a tube form with center empty, sometimes both end are sealed and rings are tied over it. Takrud is not that conspicuous, easy to carry and conceal. It is always hung over the neck, tied around the waist or kept in the pocket, and therefore favoured and worn by many top and senior army, police personnel and serious collector. Takrut made by famous monk are very rare and even harder to find than amulets.

Famous Monk of Making Tarkut
There are many monk that are very efficious in making Takut, such as Luang Phor Sook/ Suk MaKhamThao (Wat MaKhamThao - Takut by Master Sook is the most sought-after lucky charm among tarkut aficionados and antique collectors), Archan Nong (Wat SaiKow), Luang Phor Cham Long (Wat Chedi Deng), Luang Phor Kalong (Wat KaoLaem), Luang Phor Tad (Wat Chai Na), Luang Phor Thong (Wat ShamPoChey), Luang Phor Koon (Wat Bahn Rai/Wat Ban Rai) and Lung Phor Pern (Wat Bang Pra) and etc.

Tarkut上经文,咒语,图腾 (Tarkut by Archan Deng,Wat Rai)

什么是Tarkut ?
Tarkut/Takrud("打固")是一种"符卷"(符管/符筒), 制作Tarkut的师傅多会亲自在素材上写上经文,咒语,图腾.常见用来制做Tarkut的素材像:金,银,锡(Takua),虎皮,棕榈叶,木材,象牙,骨头或其他少见的素材物质.在马来西亚这种"符卷"也称做"当盖"(马来语为"TangKai").Tarkut一般都用来増进人缘(metta) 或不能伤害 (KongKraPan)2个功用.



Tarkut by Luang Phor Cher (Wat KlangBangKaew)

说到Tarkut名师要属 Wat MaKhamThao 的Luang Phor Sook หลวงปู่ ศุข (Sook MaKhamThao) 了. 由于师傅的Tarkut年代久远..现在已经非常罕见了.其他著名的Tarkut名师有 Archan Nong (Wat SaiKow), Luang Phor Cham Long (Wat Chedi Deng), Luang Phor Kalong (Wat KaoLaem), Luang Phor Tad, (Wat Chai Na), Luang Phor Thong 龙婆通 (Wat ShamPoChey), Luang Phor Koon 龙婆坤 (Wat Bahn Rai/Wat Ban Rai) and Lung Phor Pern 龙婆本 (Wat Bang Pra).

Ralated video about Tarkut which i found on youtube.
very interesting video :) enjoy!

Sunday, October 5, 2008

A Wat Rakang Somdej Worth How Much? 8 million baht!?

Click the above image and read the full Story

Pattaya Mail News : Phra Somdej Amulet (Somdej Wat Rakhang by Somdej Toh) estimated worth nearly 8 million baht. A district police officer, stands accused of robbery, attempted murder and threatening a person’s life with a weapon. The police officer tried pointed his Gun at the man's head (the amulet owner) and pulled the trigger twice. But the gun failed to fire.

Archan Toh 的 Somdej 佛牌(Somdej Wat RaKang)市值估价近800万泰铢!!?

巴提雅邮报 : 一区部警务人员被控: 抢劫,企图谋杀以及威胁他人生命等罪刑。事发当时该名涉罪警员欲图劫杀一名61岁男子 , 试图抢走该名男子身上的一枚顺德佛牌(Sondej 佛牌) 并朝事主头上开了2枪, 但神奇的是子弹并没射出.

Somdej Toh of Wat RaKang

Somdej Pra Bhuddhachara Toh Prohmarangsri (we called him as Somdej Toh or Archan Toh among amulet collector) the most famous and beloved monk in the nineteenth century in Thailand. Somdej Toh was born during the reign of King Rama, morning of the 17th April, B.E.2331 (A.D.1788). Somdej Toh was named "Toh" before his monkhood and then "Phomarangsi" as his ordination-name. His mother, Gade, daughter of Chai, lived at Tambon Tarr-It, Amphur Tarr-Poh (now Amphur Muang) in Uttaradit Province. His father’s name was unknown to the public; they only knew that he came from other province.

When Somdej Toh was young, he studied at ChaoKhun Arunyik Institute, Wat Intarawiharn in Bangkok. At the age of 12 in B.E.2343, he was ordained novice by ChaoKhun Bowonwiriyataera. Later he had moved to Wat Rakang to study Pra-Pariyuttidham which means the study of the words of Buddha.

Somdej Toh studied the Buddhist scriptures of the Pali Canon with several Buddhist masters. After becoming a well-known monk, he became the preceptor for Prince Mongkut, later King Rama IV, when Mongkut became a monk. During Rama IV's reign Somdej Toh was given the ceremonial name Phra Buddhacharn Toh "Phomarangsi".

He was noted for the skill of his preaching and his use of Thai poetry to reflect the beauty of Buddhism, and for making amulets call "Somdej". The amulets were blessed by himself and other respected monks in Thailand.

Another contribution of Somdej Toh is the Chinabunchorn (Jinnabunchorn/JiNaPaJaRa) Katha. The Pra Katha Chinabunchorn was an ancient Buddhist katha, inherited from Langka city, and was found in an ancient book by Somdej Toh. The Katha was improved and rewrite by Somdej Toh of Wat RaKhang. The Pra Katha Chinabunchorn is very powerful katha and believed to be the supreme Buddhist spell because the words of this katha invite the magic power of Lord Buddha Somdej Pra Sammasambuddhachao, other Lord Buddhas and Pra Arahuntaras (supreme monks who're nearly enlightened ) to protect the worshipper from their heads to their toes in addition to dispelling all evil.

Somdej Toh was sick and died on Saturday the 22, June in B.E2415 B.E at the age of 85.

** Somdej Toh also appears in many versions of the story of Nang Nak.

Saturday, October 4, 2008

Luang Phor Kaew - Wat SamPanMaiKien

Luang Phor Kaew born in B.E 2455 (1912), he ordain at the age of 54 years old (B.E 2509) at Wat SaiKow and his teacher is Archan Nong.

Luang Phor Kaew the great monk of the temple of Saphan Meikaen, Jana District, Songkla province. He is the greatest monk of all with widespread reputation about his shining supernatural knowledge and his powerful strength of magic spells.

Luang Phor Kaew is very well known for his long time practice of Buddhism studies and white charms and he is highly praised for the experienced mastery in exceptional spell and magic usage. His seventy over years of priesthood describes how he has made numerous holy pilgrimage roaming through multiple deep forests and mountains to study science of spells, Buddhist charms and occultism. During those times, Luang Phor Kaew had practiced Dharma and the transcendent virtues so vigorously that he had succeeded in sharpening supernatural knowledge and has accumulated thirty years of valuable experience and knowledge in the today’s world.

Picture above: First Batch Rian B.E 2545 by Luang Phor Kaew, Wat SamPanMaiKien

Picture above: Back view of Luang Phor Kaew Rian B.E 2545

Luang Phor Kaew also practices the transcendent power of tranquility meditation in Kuan Khao Haeng Cemetery, which is an isolated place deep in rubber forest in Jana district well known for its highly populated by devilish spirits.

Miracle experience of Luang Phor Kaew's Amulet

Luang Phor Kaew, the divince diety of all supernatural charms and amulets, devil-defeated coins, tukruts and charmmark lucks, showing the mighty power of world-shaking wonders when six lives were saved unbelievably from the religious terrorists’ destructive bombing.

The news was widely spread about the merciless bombing situation amidst the crowd-massed tourist attractions in Bali, Indonesia. The coldhearted terrorists tickled a big bomb in one of the entertainment outlet, causing a few hundreds of tourists’ death. However, there were six lives that had escaped from death and without any injuries.

The Picture above : Phra Luang Phor Thuad amulet by Luang Phor Kaew consecrated in B.E 2549

Picture above : Back view of Phra Luang Phor Thuad Amulet (B.E 2549)

It was later found out that all the six person who survived from the bombing, are faithful to Luang Phor Kaew. They admitted themselves as being Luang Phor Kaew’s disciples at the Temple of Saphan MeiKaen, situated in the deep forest of Jana District, Songkla Province. They had themselves cast with a holy blow on their heads by Luang Phor Kaew, which was believe to contain protective blessings. They were also given some charms to wear.

The amulets from Luang Phor Kaew of the Temple of Saphan Meikaen have been proved by many critical events and life threatening experiences. They are well known and become widespread accredited not only in Thailand, but also among foreigners of different religions. They have witnessed the happenings themselves and respected wholeheartedly and faithfully in Luang Phor Kaew.

Friday, October 3, 2008

Type of Casing for Amulets

Above Picture : SeMa Type/Shape Gold Casing
Above Amulet : Luang Phor Thuad amulet (made in B.E 2548)
by Luang Phor Thong (Archan Thong) Wat ShamPoChey

Here to share the various types of amulet casing available. Amulet casing are sometimes neglected though they can make the users feel comfortable, make the amulets safer to display and some of them complement the beauty of their amulets due to their design and material.

below some sample of the common casing that we can found in the market.

Above Picture : SeMa Type/Shape Silver casing with LongYa (龙牙- 镀色烧青)

Above Picture : SeMa Shape Silver Casing

Above Picture : SeMa Shape "Ah-Fok" (阿富盒) Casing

Above Picture : SeMa Shape Amulet Casing - Coated Gold (电镀金)

Above Picture : SeMa Casing - Stainless Steel (more common in the market)

Above Picture : Amulets With Water Proved PVC Casing

My daughter's wearing : Tarkut B.E 2545 (pic left) by Archan Thong Wat ShamPoChey and Phra Luang Phor Thuad Amulet (right) B.E 2508 by Archan Tim Wat ChangHai

Above Picture : SeMa Shape Amulet by Luang Phor Thong (Archan Thong) Wat ShamPoChey
Rian KeKor Ner Ngern (Silver) LongYa (coated color) B.E2549

Above Picture : Back view of the Rian KeKor B.E 2549 By Archan Thong, Wat ShamPoChey

Monday, September 29, 2008

Phra Lersi - The Thai Hermit

In the Thai language a hermit is called a Lersi (reusee) and in Khmer a rosei from Sanskrit rishī, that is, a forest dwelling visionary. As a matter of fact, in the oldest surviving Buddhist scriptures, the Buddha himself is referred to as the "Rishī" in the Pali form Isi.

In general Lersi are known as 'Ascetics' and are characterised by refraining from worldly pleasures. Those who practice this lifestyle hope to achieve greater spirituality. Essentially they believe that the action of purifying the body helps to purify the soul, and thus obtain a greater connection with the divine.

Originating in India before the time of Buddha most are hermits and live, study and meditate in caves or forests.

Essentially Phra Lersi are Indian hermits who are credited as founders and patron saints of various professions such as doctors, religious tattooists, white magic practitioners, herbalists and many others. There are a total of 108 scared Lersi (hermits) that are recognized by name and many others who are not. More often than not the Lersi is generically represented as an old man wearing a conical head dress and tiger skin robes.

Tiger Head Lersi statue by Luang Phor Kalong in B.E 2550

In Indian mythology, Phra Lersi received worldly knowledge from the Gods and taught this to mankind. Thus Phra Lersi are known as Masters of knowledge and are frequently worshipped by students and others in academic pursuits. As Phra Lersi are also credited to be founders of the Thai magical arts, they feature prominently on the alters of magical practitioners in Thailand and are invoked in rituals.

By carrying the image of Phra Lersi it is believed that you will be protected from black magic and evil spirits.
Phra Lersi amulet by Luang Phor Kay (Wat Sirisumpunin) B.E2548

The above picture tells: Hanuman kneels on a red tiled floor holding up his tail. Hanuman's tail continues to burn until he finds a wise forest hermit who can reveal the secret. (The story behind the festival of Diwali)

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Rian NaraiPengRoop by Archan Nong

The front image of Rian NaraiPengRoop is Phra Luang Phor Thuad (Consecrated by Archan Nong in B.E 2537)

Archan Nong Wat SaiKow Famous for his Tarkut NaraiPengRoop (use for avoid danger and black magic) and you should felt lucky if you owned a NaraiPengRoop Tarkut consecrated by Archan Nong. Dont be disappointed if you can't find a Archan Nong's NaraiPengRoop Tarkut because you can wear Rian NaraoPengRoop as a replacement for the Tarkut.

Back View of Rian Naraipengroop (copper material)
Nawak Material (Rare)
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