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30/04/2016 - Rent it if you can!

Real Gold material of Twin Dragon locket Be2523 of Pek Rongsee

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This is the real gold Twin Dragon locket Be2523 of Pek Rongsee. Done, created and chanted by Pek Rongsee on his 83rd Birthday then. Only 9pcs was created then.


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Phra Pidta Nur Kesorng Be2534 (25 years ago) of LP Pae Wat Pikulthong.

Phra Somdej Lang Yant Kem Makaro of Be2520 (29 yrs ago) by LP Pae of Wat Pikulthong. Material of Nur Kesorng 108 pollen grains.


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Phra Somdej Phim Green 'DISCO' Be2513 of LP Daeng Wat Kao Bandai It

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Phra Somdej Phim Yai of Lang Yant Nak Kar Lad. This pc is of Green material 'DISCO' having embedded gold chips and Lae material. Made and consercated by LP Daeng of Wat Kao Bandai It of Petchburi province.

In case many may not know, the pricing ranges with colors being such order :

Yellow
Red
White
Green
Black

And it depends on how the condition and what materials was added which options of such make certain colors rare.

Yant Nak Kar Lad is a sacred yant which was widely used by LP Cheam of Wat Takong who is master to many masters including LP Daeng, LP Lae of Wat Prasong, LP Tae of Wat Sang Ngam etc. This yant actually uses the wicha of forming 8 directions meaning blocking things to come towards in all directions and receive well blessing from all direction. Easy to explain, it has a 'filter'effect and not only that, this yant gives the wearer luck and great metta too.

For those who maybe new to LP Daeng, he is one of the evergreen masters of my time of collection and rated 1st 10 monks then.

Biography of Luang Phor Daeng ,Wat Kao Ban Dai It

In Petchaburi province in the South Eastern part of Thailand, there was a famous guru monk known as Luang Phor Daeng. He is also known by his official title of Phra Kru Yan Wila. Luang Phor Daeng was born in B.E.2421 (1878), under the sign of the Cock, in Petchaburi province. He was one of twelve children in a poor peasant family. He spent his childhood in a farm, helping his parents. All throughout his life, from his time as a commoner, to becoming a monk, a Buddhist master and until his passing, he was always known as Daeng. Daeng means red in Thai. He decided never to change his name so as to honour his parents.

Due to severe poverty, his parents were unable to afford the expense of sending him to school. When he was 20 years old, Daeng was sent to a local Buddhist school. During that era, Buddhist schools in rural areas would often undertake the responsibility of providing poor young children with an education.

The following year, Daeng aged 21, under the influence of Buddhist culture, was ordained as a monk at Wat Kao Ban Dai It. A new chapter of his life began. He spent the next 38 years of monastic life in self-improvement and cultivation. Like most Buddhist monks, he lived a quiet life of reciting scriptures and studying the Dhamma.

LP Daeng was a very close disciple of LP Plian, the Abbot of Wat Kao Ban Dai It. When LP Plian passed away in B.E.2461 (1918), LP Daeng assumed the role of Abbot at the age of 40. He continued to study the Dhamma and Wicha (supernatural arts) under LP Chui of Wat Kong Karam, often considered to be the greatest guru monk from Petchaburi province. In the year B.E.2477 (1934), LP Daeng’s popularity grew when he used his knowledge of Wicha and cultivated power to save many lives during a severe epidemic that inflicted severe losses to the local farming community. A massive number of livestock and domestic animals were stricken with a deadly plague. Cows could not work on the fields and livestock could not be used as food. The livelihood of the already poor community was in serious jeopardy. The villagers were in a state of panic and despair. Seeing their plight, LP Daeng came to their rescue.

LP Daeng made numerous talismans for the farmers and instructed them to place the talismans inside the cages of the sick animals. The sick animals quickly recovered, seemingly aided by these talismans. News of this spread and farmers from other villages also came to ask for his talismans. LP Daeng rose in popularity and his talismans became well known for being able to overcome all types of disasters.

From then on, Wat Kao Ban Dai It flourished. Worshippers and devotees came pouring in with offerings. His charitable deeds earned him a reputation which traveled far and wide. Amulets consecrated by Luang Phor Daeng are widely known to have helped save countless lives from traffic accidents. It is reported that no victims of road deaths have ever been found to have been wearing LP Daeng's amulets.

In B.E.2502 (1959), Luang Phor Daeng was conferred the title of Buddhist Fan (representing the rank and grade of contributions conferred to Thailand Buddhist teachers) by the present King of Thailand. He was also conferred the Buddhist title of Phra Kru Yan Wila. Phra Kru means a Buddhist teacher qualified to preach the Buddhist scriptures.

The following are some case studies of Luang Phor Daeng’s efficacious talismans :

1) In the year B.E.2507 (1964), an American couple visiting Thailand heard about Luong Phor Daeng's supernatural powers. Out of curiosity, they visited Wat Kao Ban Dai It. Before leaving the temple, LP Daeng personally gave them two bronze amulets of himself. Pleased to receive the gifts, the American couple left happily, without any knowlege of the amulets' powerful effects. They only wished that it would bring them joy and happiness. On their journey home, LP Daeng's amulets gave them a demonstration of their protective powers but the price for it was a terrifying experience. The car that they traveled in overturned and fell into a dangerous narrow ravine. All the other passengers were admitted into hospital with serious injuries except for them. They suffered only minor injuries and were treated as out-patients. They had a strong feeling that it was LP Daeng's amulets that saved their lives so they decided to postpone their return flight in order to get a few more amulets for their family. Incredibly, the flight which they cancelled crashed the next day with 71 passengers on board. There were no survivors. The couple realized that LP Daeng's amulets has helped them avert two major disasters.

2) In 1969 when North and South Vietnam were at war, the son of an American GI was living in an army camp with a group of Thai soldiers. One day, the soldiers were ordered to relocate due to the tenseness of the situation. One of the Thai commanders stationed there had known this smart Eurasian boy for awhile and had become quite fond of him. Before he left, he took one of the amulets he was wearing and gave it to the boy to wear. A few days later, he returned to find the camp in utter ruins. The camp had encountered heavy enemy artillery which killed every single person in the camp except for the Eurasian boy. He was wearing an amulet of LP Daeng.

3) Another interesting and unbelievable event happened in B.E.2513 (1970). A working man named Naiwen was attending a friend’s dinner party. Everybody was in high spirits and drinking heavily. During the climax, a drunk young man wanted to show-off his newly bought pistol so he pulled it out. Naiwen was shocked to see that it was waving directly at his face. He tried to get the intoxicated youth to put away his weapon but just as he opened his mouth and was about to speak, the gun went off and Naiwen fell to the ground. Everyone charged at the drunken youth and snatched the gun away. Though nobody knew exactly where the bullet had penetrated Naiwen, there was no doubt that Naiwen was dead, lying on the ground with his eyes wide open. However, he was not dead. He pointed his fingers at his mouth and opened it slowly. Blood came gushing out and four front teeth were gone. Naiwen appeared to have been shot in the mouth but was somehow not seriously injured.

Naiwen gradually came to his senses. He spat out the broken teeth but could not find the bullet. Logically speaking, when a bullet is fired through the mouth, it is expected to penetrate the throat. In this case, not only was there no fatality, there was not even any serious injury except for the loss of four front teeth. The next day, Naiwen went for an x-ray examination. Miraculously, the bullet was found lying safely in his stomach. It was incomprehensible and beyond explanation. Naiwen told his friends that he was wearing a Luang Phor Daeng amulet and it had saved his life.

4) Another well reported event is the incident of a parachutist who jumped from a plane but his chutes failed to deploy. Incredibly, a strong prevailing wind blew him safely into a swamp and he managed to survive. He was wearing a LP Daeng Somdej amulet.

5) In WWII, LP Daeng created and presented his Pha Yants (magic cloths) and Takruts (magic metal scrolls) to soldiers and people. When Japanese troops landed in Pra Chuab Kiri Khan Province which borders Petchburi, a small group of soldiers and patriots fought them fiercely but remained completely unharmed due to LP Daeng's amulets.

For almost 40 years LP Daeng's amulets have been proven time and time again to be some of the most efficacious amulets of the modern era, providing the wearer with Klaew Klaad (free from all harm and danger) and Kong Kraphan Chatri (invulnerability against weapons).

Besides the miraculous and unexplainable accounts stated above, Petchburi province in Thailand was also notoriously violent, with many gangland conflicts settled with shootouts. It is said that LP Daeng's amulets acted like an invisible force field with making bullets unable to penetrate flesh. Numerous miraculous incidents were reported and prices of his amulets rose rapidly. LP Daeng released many batches of amulets right up to B.E.2517 (1974) before he passed on. He passed away at 96 years old having served Buddhism for 76 years. The coffin with his remains is still at Wat Kao Ban Dai It. Throngs of people continue to visit the temple to honour and pay their repects to this legendary monk.


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29/04/2016 - Rent it if you can!

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Phra Pidta Nur Kesorng Be2534 (25 years ago) of LP Pae Wat Pikulthong.

This pc is using the mold of the 2nd batch pidta Be2514 to make, except the behind has an extra '87' written to symbolise it is made for the celebration of LP Pae's 87th birthday.


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These are special hand tied pcs of LP Sangha done in the Be252+ and was released with the 1st batch of Hoon Payoon in Be2532.

Only available of 1 pc jumbo (Aong Kru meaning the largest phim of the school) and 3 pcs of medium size as shown.

Material of the Hoon Payoon involves :

old Coffin nails
burnt incense sticks
Mai tak kien (for luck and senah)
holy sacred soil from cemetry burial grounds
Holy strings use for to tie deceased.

LP Sangha is one of the famous Hoon Payoon maker in thai amulets which also is the master to LP Kloy of Wat Pukowthong which he taught the art of consercating the wicha of Hoon Payoon. He is also one of the early forefathers of making efacious HPY from straws as per equivalent to Ajarn Loy of Ayutthaya (master of Ajarn Pee).

The main purpose of making HPY is to make it 'alive' and thus also be a substitute as ourselves having the functions of helping us when in harm and also against bad stabbers or evil which try to give us harm but the HPY which is a substitute to us will help to defy it.

For more details, i had attached a link which explained more on the biography of Luang Pu Sangha.

http://spiritualthai.com/LP%20Sangya.html

Use for luck (include gambling luck), metta & metta senah, smooth sailing, protection and also against back stabbers.

Much remakes was done then but of cos we always ensure authencity of items before we present.

***Pls kindly don't ask abt colors as although it was made based on different colors. Functions chanted are the same.***


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Rian Jiu Maha Phrom of rare silver material of Be2521 wrapped in 90% thai gold casing.

17pcs available.

Being master to LP Doo, Luang Pu Sie is the 2nd generation of lineage to Archan Heng Prawan who is best rated as making efacious Phra Phom and Indian deities due to the wicha he obtained which have the method of inviting Phra Phom.

Sharing a biography of Luang Pu for those who maybe new to him

Luang Pu Sie of Wat Sakae was born in B.E.2438 and was ordained as a monk at the age of 20 by the great master, Luang Phor Klan of Wat Prayat(Ayuthaya) in B.E.2458.

Acharn Heng Prywan (B.E.2428-2502) who was also ordained by LuangPhor Klan of Wat Prayat (Ayuthaya) was the one who found the manual of creating Phra Phom amulets from a ancient temple in Ayuthaya province,Wat PradooSongDharm.

This manual of creating Phra Phom was shared to Luang Pu Sie by Archan Heng. Although Acharn Heng was 10 years older than LuangPu See, Acharn Heng had high respect to LuangPu See. However, many people mistook Luang Pu Sie as the discisple of Acharn Heng but the former will tell others that Archan Heng is his master.

Phra Phom amulets created by Acharn Heng is the most expensive Phra Phom amulets in Thailand now and Luang Pu Sie was the only monk whom he had requested to bless the amulets. In fact, some of Acharn Heng's Phra Phom amulets bear the handwritten Yant (scripture) of Luang Pu Sie.

Luang Pu Sie passed away peacefully at the age of 88 in 03 February B.E.2526 at 7am

In my personal experience, i love wearing Phra Phom as a creator, it helps us to build good things and opportunity which what i present to u today as after i fixed the Phra Phrom shrine, indeed it create fate for me to meet a old timer LP Sie old collector and a reputable one which by chance saw me wearing a gold Phra Phom of LP Sie and recognised it was belong to his years back and sold and didn't expect to see it with me and it started off that i told him that i wish to share this efacious amulets with my friends and customers.


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Phra Somdej Rakang style (Bell) Be2495

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Phra Somdej Phim Rakang Be2495 as made and chanted by Luang Pu Nak of Wat Rakang containing old powder from Somdej Toh Prommarangsri.


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28/04/2016 - Rent it if you can!

Phra Somdej Prok Pho Kannen Be2521

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Phra Somdej Prok Pho Lang Yant Tri Be2521 of Nur Kesorng (wrapped 90% thai gold casing. Made and chanted by Luang Pu Toh of Wat Pradoochimplee.


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Only 6pcs of 1st batch of Hoon Payoon of LP Sangha. Few materials was made then and these are of the made lesser of Pure Silver material.

One of the famous Hoon Payoon maker in thai amulets which also is the master to LP Kloy of Wat Pukowthong which he taught the art of consercating the wicha of Hoon Payoon.

He is no other than Luang Pu Sangha of Wat Baan Mau, Rajburi province. He is also one of the early forefathers of making efacious HPY from straws as per equivalent to Ajarn Loy of Ayutthaya (master of Ajarn Pee).

The main purpose of making HPY is to make it 'alive' and thus also be a substitute as ourselves having the functions of helping us when in harm and also against bad stabbers or evil which try to give us harm but the HPY which is a substitute to us will help to defy it.

For more details, i had attached a link which explained more on the biography of Luang Pu Sangha.

http://spiritualthai.com/LP%20Sangya.html

Only 6pcs available. This 1st batch was concercated in Be2531 (made 28 yrs ago and he passed away in Be2547) using pure silver material.

Use for luck (include gambling luck), metta & metta senah, smooth sailing, protection and also against back stabbers.


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Roop Lor Phra Chinaraj Indochine (Success Buddha) of Brass material of LP Toon Wat Kao Noi Kiliwon. Made and chanted by LP Toon in Be2549

The main material of this batch is using metal molten brass of old ornaments and the Plaai Guman powder of LP Tim Wat Lanhanrai (master to LP Toon) mixed.

Many local singaporeans will definitely for sure not known that in fact LP is a main & senior disciple of LP Tim Wat Lahanrai (they ever joint consercated a batch of amulets (Wat Nong Kan Nam) in be2515 which LP Tim donate to Wat Kao Noi Kiliwon) as many only heard abt LP Sakorn Wat Nongkrub & LP Sin Wat Lahanyai and in fact LP Toon is senior to them and he was humble and don't like propanganda or even received interviews by reporters but very much highly respected til his death in 2551.

After LP Tim passed away in be2519, the Phong Plaai Guman was being retained by LP Toon as instructed by LP Tim and was being shared to LP Sakorn when the latter makes his 1st batch KP in BE2530 (u notices that LP Toon made his kp 1st batch in be2529) and thus always whenever Plaai guman powder is needed by LP Sakorn & LP Sin, they will request from LP Toon only til be2551 (if u notice, later batches of LP Sakorn as after be2551was announced as no plaai guman powder added as it was being retained and well kept in the museum of Wat Khao Noi Kiliwon)

In the lineage of Chonburi monks, Luang Phu Toon belonged to the great monks and masters of the Visha of the province .

His amulets are particularly liked among traders, businessmen, distribution employees, advisers and other occupations which have to do in the farthest sense with selling or with trading. Also gamblers and occupational players trust in his amulets, because these should give particularly a lot of luck in financial matters.

It gives to its owner, luck, mental strength, energy, charisma and persuasive power. Besides it should contribute to the fact that the dialog partner / buyer likes the wearer what leads to the contract or to the sales.


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LPT Be2537 Kamagan Phor Tan Daeng Wat Sri Mahapho

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Phim Jumbo Luang Pu Thuad Be2537 of Kamagan (5 takruts version which the top most is a real gold takrut). This batch was made and chanted by Phor Tan Daeng of Wat Sri Mahapho who is a senior in the LPT clan holding status higher ranking to Phra Ajarn Nong of Wat Saikow. This is of black nur wahn material with old wahn mixed from old wahn of Be2497 1st batch LPT.

The image is call 'Yeb Nam Talay Jert' which Yeb means Step, Nam means water, Talad means Sea, Jert is plain. This is the story of LPT recorded which he was on the boat with many who was trap at the sea without food and drink which he uses his foot to step on seawater and ask the ppl to drink the water around his foot which turns out to be plain water.


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One of the famous Hoon Payoon maker in thai amulets which also is the master to LP Kloy of Wat Pukowthong which he taught the art of consercating the wicha of Hoon Payoon.

He is no other than Luang Pu Sangha of Wat Baan Mau, Rajburi province. He is also one of the early forefathers of making efacious HPY from straws as per equivalent to Ajarn Loy of Ayutthaya (master of Ajarn Pee).

The main purpose of making HPY is to make it 'alive' and thus also be a substitute as ourselves having the functions of helping us when in harm and also against bad stabbers or evil which try to give us harm but the HPY which is a substitute to us will help to defy it. The straw are from mats which dead bodies are being laid in the past which people termed as 'Ghost Mats' and this is the main item to make efacious HPY regardless of any clan.

For more details, i had attached a link which explained more on the biography of Luang Pu Sangha.

http://spiritualthai.com/LP%20Sangya.html

Only 9pcs of black and red available with silver takruts. These batch was concercated in Be2535 (made 24 yrs ago and he passed away in Be2547).

Color wise is as such that Red (Arm Daeng) represents luck (include gambling luck), metta & metta senah while Black (Arm Dum) is used more for against back stabbers and evil forces.


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Phra Somdej Black meat of Phim Kannen Be2513 LP Daeng Wat Kao Bandai It

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Phra Somdej Phim Kannen (small mold) of Lang Yant Nak Kar Lad. This pc is of Black material having embedded hermatite and Lae material.

Made and consercated by LP Daeng of Wat Kao Bandai It of Petchburi province.

In case many may not know, the pricing ranges with colors being such order :

Yellow
Red
White
Green
Black

And it depends on how the condition and what materials was added which options of such make certain colors rare.

Yant Nak Kar Lad is a sacred yant which was widely used by LP Cheam of Wat Takong who is master to many masters including LP Daeng, LP Lae of Wat Prasong, LP Tae of Wat Sang Ngam etc. This yant actually uses the wicha of forming 8 directions meaning blocking things to come towards in all directions and receive well blessing from all direction. Easy to explain, it has a 'filter'effect and not only that, this yant gives the wearer luck and great metta too.

For those who maybe new to LP Daeng, he is one of the evergreen masters of my time of collection and rated 1st 10 monks then.

Biography of Luang Phor Daeng ,Wat Kao Ban Dai It

In Petchaburi province in the South Eastern part of Thailand, there was a famous guru monk known as Luang Phor Daeng. He is also known by his official title of Phra Kru Yan Wila. Luang Phor Daeng was born in B.E.2421 (1878), under the sign of the Cock, in Petchaburi province. He was one of twelve children in a poor peasant family. He spent his childhood in a farm, helping his parents. All throughout his life, from his time as a commoner, to becoming a monk, a Buddhist master and until his passing, he was always known as Daeng. Daeng means red in Thai. He decided never to change his name so as to honour his parents.

Due to severe poverty, his parents were unable to afford the expense of sending him to school. When he was 20 years old, Daeng was sent to a local Buddhist school. During that era, Buddhist schools in rural areas would often undertake the responsibility of providing poor young children with an education.

The following year, Daeng aged 21, under the influence of Buddhist culture, was ordained as a monk at Wat Kao Ban Dai It. A new chapter of his life began. He spent the next 38 years of monastic life in self-improvement and cultivation. Like most Buddhist monks, he lived a quiet life of reciting scriptures and studying the Dhamma.

LP Daeng was a very close disciple of LP Plian, the Abbot of Wat Kao Ban Dai It. When LP Plian passed away in B.E.2461 (1918), LP Daeng assumed the role of Abbot at the age of 40. He continued to study the Dhamma and Wicha (supernatural arts) under LP Chui of Wat Kong Karam, often considered to be the greatest guru monk from Petchaburi province. In the year B.E.2477 (1934), LP Daeng’s popularity grew when he used his knowledge of Wicha and cultivated power to save many lives during a severe epidemic that inflicted severe losses to the local farming community. A massive number of livestock and domestic animals were stricken with a deadly plague. Cows could not work on the fields and livestock could not be used as food. The livelihood of the already poor community was in serious jeopardy. The villagers were in a state of panic and despair. Seeing their plight, LP Daeng came to their rescue.

LP Daeng made numerous talismans for the farmers and instructed them to place the talismans inside the cages of the sick animals. The sick animals quickly recovered, seemingly aided by these talismans. News of this spread and farmers from other villages also came to ask for his talismans. LP Daeng rose in popularity and his talismans became well known for being able to overcome all types of disasters.

From then on, Wat Kao Ban Dai It flourished. Worshippers and devotees came pouring in with offerings. His charitable deeds earned him a reputation which traveled far and wide. Amulets consecrated by Luang Phor Daeng are widely known to have helped save countless lives from traffic accidents. It is reported that no victims of road deaths have ever been found to have been wearing LP Daeng's amulets.

In B.E.2502 (1959), Luang Phor Daeng was conferred the title of Buddhist Fan (representing the rank and grade of contributions conferred to Thailand Buddhist teachers) by the present King of Thailand. He was also conferred the Buddhist title of Phra Kru Yan Wila. Phra Kru means a Buddhist teacher qualified to preach the Buddhist scriptures.

The following are some case studies of Luang Phor Daeng’s efficacious talismans :

1) In the year B.E.2507 (1964), an American couple visiting Thailand heard about Luong Phor Daeng's supernatural powers. Out of curiosity, they visited Wat Kao Ban Dai It. Before leaving the temple, LP Daeng personally gave them two bronze amulets of himself. Pleased to receive the gifts, the American couple left happily, without any knowlege of the amulets' powerful effects. They only wished that it would bring them joy and happiness. On their journey home, LP Daeng's amulets gave them a demonstration of their protective powers but the price for it was a terrifying experience. The car that they traveled in overturned and fell into a dangerous narrow ravine. All the other passengers were admitted into hospital with serious injuries except for them. They suffered only minor injuries and were treated as out-patients. They had a strong feeling that it was LP Daeng's amulets that saved their lives so they decided to postpone their return flight in order to get a few more amulets for their family. Incredibly, the flight which they cancelled crashed the next day with 71 passengers on board. There were no survivors. The couple realized that LP Daeng's amulets has helped them avert two major disasters.

2) In 1969 when North and South Vietnam were at war, the son of an American GI was living in an army camp with a group of Thai soldiers. One day, the soldiers were ordered to relocate due to the tenseness of the situation. One of the Thai commanders stationed there had known this smart Eurasian boy for awhile and had become quite fond of him. Before he left, he took one of the amulets he was wearing and gave it to the boy to wear. A few days later, he returned to find the camp in utter ruins. The camp had encountered heavy enemy artillery which killed every single person in the camp except for the Eurasian boy. He was wearing an amulet of LP Daeng.

3) Another interesting and unbelievable event happened in B.E.2513 (1970). A working man named Naiwen was attending a friend’s dinner party. Everybody was in high spirits and drinking heavily. During the climax, a drunk young man wanted to show-off his newly bought pistol so he pulled it out. Naiwen was shocked to see that it was waving directly at his face. He tried to get the intoxicated youth to put away his weapon but just as he opened his mouth and was about to speak, the gun went off and Naiwen fell to the ground. Everyone charged at the drunken youth and snatched the gun away. Though nobody knew exactly where the bullet had penetrated Naiwen, there was no doubt that Naiwen was dead, lying on the ground with his eyes wide open. However, he was not dead. He pointed his fingers at his mouth and opened it slowly. Blood came gushing out and four front teeth were gone. Naiwen appeared to have been shot in the mouth but was somehow not seriously injured.

Naiwen gradually came to his senses. He spat out the broken teeth but could not find the bullet. Logically speaking, when a bullet is fired through the mouth, it is expected to penetrate the throat. In this case, not only was there no fatality, there was not even any serious injury except for the loss of four front teeth. The next day, Naiwen went for an x-ray examination. Miraculously, the bullet was found lying safely in his stomach. It was incomprehensible and beyond explanation. Naiwen told his friends that he was wearing a Luang Phor Daeng amulet and it had saved his life.

4) Another well reported event is the incident of a parachutist who jumped from a plane but his chutes failed to deploy. Incredibly, a strong prevailing wind blew him safely into a swamp and he managed to survive. He was wearing a LP Daeng Somdej amulet.

5) In WWII, LP Daeng created and presented his Pha Yants (magic cloths) and Takruts (magic metal scrolls) to soldiers and people. When Japanese troops landed in Pra Chuab Kiri Khan Province which borders Petchburi, a small group of soldiers and patriots fought them fiercely but remained completely unharmed due to LP Daeng's amulets.

For almost 40 years LP Daeng's amulets have been proven time and time again to be some of the most efficacious amulets of the modern era, providing the wearer with Klaew Klaad (free from all harm and danger) and Kong Kraphan Chatri (invulnerability against weapons).

Besides the miraculous and unexplainable accounts stated above, Petchburi province in Thailand was also notoriously violent, with many gangland conflicts settled with shootouts. It is said that LP Daeng's amulets acted like an invisible force field with making bullets unable to penetrate flesh. Numerous miraculous incidents were reported and prices of his amulets rose rapidly. LP Daeng released many batches of amulets right up to B.E.2517 (1974) before he passed on. He passed away at 96 years old having served Buddhism for 76 years. The coffin with his remains is still at Wat Kao Ban Dai It. Throngs of people continue to visit the temple to honour and pay their repects to this legendary monk.


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Phra Pidta of Red meat Be2513 of Luang Phor Daeng Wat Kao Bandai It

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Phra Somdej of red material having embedded Lae material. Made and consercated by LP Daeng of Wat Kao Bandai It of Petchburi province in Be2513 and was being released in Be2514

For those who maybe new to LP Daeng, he is one of the evergreen masters of my time of collection and rated one of the 10 greatest monks then.

Biography of Luang Phor Daeng ,Wat Kao Ban Dai It

In Petchaburi province in the South Eastern part of Thailand, there was a famous guru monk known as Luang Phor Daeng. He is also known by his official title of Phra Kru Yan Wila. Luang Phor Daeng was born in B.E.2421 (1878), under the sign of the Cock, in Petchaburi province. He was one of twelve children in a poor peasant family. He spent his childhood in a farm, helping his parents. All throughout his life, from his time as a commoner, to becoming a monk, a Buddhist master and until his passing, he was always known as Daeng. Daeng means red in Thai. He decided never to change his name so as to honour his parents.

Due to severe poverty, his parents were unable to afford the expense of sending him to school. When he was 20 years old, Daeng was sent to a local Buddhist school. During that era, Buddhist schools in rural areas would often undertake the responsibility of providing poor young children with an education.

The following year, Daeng aged 21, under the influence of Buddhist culture, was ordained as a monk at Wat Kao Ban Dai It. A new chapter of his life began. He spent the next 38 years of monastic life in self-improvement and cultivation. Like most Buddhist monks, he lived a quiet life of reciting scriptures and studying the Dhamma.

LP Daeng was a very close disciple of LP Plian, the Abbot of Wat Kao Ban Dai It. When LP Plian passed away in B.E.2461 (1918), LP Daeng assumed the role of Abbot at the age of 40. He continued to study the Dhamma and Wicha (supernatural arts) under LP Chui of Wat Kong Karam, often considered to be the greatest guru monk from Petchaburi province. In the year B.E.2477 (1934), LP Daeng’s popularity grew when he used his knowledge of Wicha and cultivated power to save many lives during a severe epidemic that inflicted severe losses to the local farming community. A massive number of livestock and domestic animals were stricken with a deadly plague. Cows could not work on the fields and livestock could not be used as food. The livelihood of the already poor community was in serious jeopardy. The villagers were in a state of panic and despair. Seeing their plight, LP Daeng came to their rescue.

LP Daeng made numerous talismans for the farmers and instructed them to place the talismans inside the cages of the sick animals. The sick animals quickly recovered, seemingly aided by these talismans. News of this spread and farmers from other villages also came to ask for his talismans. LP Daeng rose in popularity and his talismans became well known for being able to overcome all types of disasters.

From then on, Wat Kao Ban Dai It flourished. Worshippers and devotees came pouring in with offerings. His charitable deeds earned him a reputation which traveled far and wide. Amulets consecrated by Luang Phor Daeng are widely known to have helped save countless lives from traffic accidents. It is reported that no victims of road deaths have ever been found to have been wearing LP Daeng's amulets.

In B.E.2502 (1959), Luang Phor Daeng was conferred the title of Buddhist Fan (representing the rank and grade of contributions conferred to Thailand Buddhist teachers) by the present King of Thailand. He was also conferred the Buddhist title of Phra Kru Yan Wila. Phra Kru means a Buddhist teacher qualified to preach the Buddhist scriptures.

The following are some case studies of Luang Phor Daeng’s efficacious talismans :

1) In the year B.E.2507 (1964), an American couple visiting Thailand heard about Luong Phor Daeng's supernatural powers. Out of curiosity, they visited Wat Kao Ban Dai It. Before leaving the temple, LP Daeng personally gave them two bronze amulets of himself. Pleased to receive the gifts, the American couple left happily, without any knowlege of the amulets' powerful effects. They only wished that it would bring them joy and happiness. On their journey home, LP Daeng's amulets gave them a demonstration of their protective powers but the price for it was a terrifying experience. The car that they traveled in overturned and fell into a dangerous narrow ravine. All the other passengers were admitted into hospital with serious injuries except for them. They suffered only minor injuries and were treated as out-patients. They had a strong feeling that it was LP Daeng's amulets that saved their lives so they decided to postpone their return flight in order to get a few more amulets for their family. Incredibly, the flight which they cancelled crashed the next day with 71 passengers on board. There were no survivors. The couple realized that LP Daeng's amulets has helped them avert two major disasters.

2) In 1969 when North and South Vietnam were at war, the son of an American GI was living in an army camp with a group of Thai soldiers. One day, the soldiers were ordered to relocate due to the tenseness of the situation. One of the Thai commanders stationed there had known this smart Eurasian boy for awhile and had become quite fond of him. Before he left, he took one of the amulets he was wearing and gave it to the boy to wear. A few days later, he returned to find the camp in utter ruins. The camp had encountered heavy enemy artillery which killed every single person in the camp except for the Eurasian boy. He was wearing an amulet of LP Daeng.

3) Another interesting and unbelievable event happened in B.E.2513 (1970). A working man named Naiwen was attending a friend’s dinner party. Everybody was in high spirits and drinking heavily. During the climax, a drunk young man wanted to show-off his newly bought pistol so he pulled it out. Naiwen was shocked to see that it was waving directly at his face. He tried to get the intoxicated youth to put away his weapon but just as he opened his mouth and was about to speak, the gun went off and Naiwen fell to the ground. Everyone charged at the drunken youth and snatched the gun away. Though nobody knew exactly where the bullet had penetrated Naiwen, there was no doubt that Naiwen was dead, lying on the ground with his eyes wide open. However, he was not dead. He pointed his fingers at his mouth and opened it slowly. Blood came gushing out and four front teeth were gone. Naiwen appeared to have been shot in the mouth but was somehow not seriously injured.

Naiwen gradually came to his senses. He spat out the broken teeth but could not find the bullet. Logically speaking, when a bullet is fired through the mouth, it is expected to penetrate the throat. In this case, not only was there no fatality, there was not even any serious injury except for the loss of four front teeth. The next day, Naiwen went for an x-ray examination. Miraculously, the bullet was found lying safely in his stomach. It was incomprehensible and beyond explanation. Naiwen told his friends that he was wearing a Luang Phor Daeng amulet and it had saved his life.

4) Another well reported event is the incident of a parachutist who jumped from a plane but his chutes failed to deploy. Incredibly, a strong prevailing wind blew him safely into a swamp and he managed to survive. He was wearing a LP Daeng Somdej amulet.

5) In WWII, LP Daeng created and presented his Pha Yants (magic cloths) and Takruts (magic metal scrolls) to soldiers and people. When Japanese troops landed in Pra Chuab Kiri Khan Province which borders Petchburi, a small group of soldiers and patriots fought them fiercely but remained completely unharmed due to LP Daeng's amulets.

For almost 40 years LP Daeng's amulets have been proven time and time again to be some of the most efficacious amulets of the modern era, providing the wearer with Klaew Klaad (free from all harm and danger) and Kong Kraphan Chatri (invulnerability against weapons).

Besides the miraculous and unexplainable accounts stated above, Petchburi province in Thailand was also notoriously violent, with many gangland conflicts settled with shootouts. It is said that LP Daeng's amulets acted like an invisible force field with making bullets unable to penetrate flesh. Numerous miraculous incidents were reported and prices of his amulets rose rapidly. LP Daeng released many batches of amulets right up to B.E.2517 (1974) before he passed on. He passed away at 96 years old having served Buddhism for 76 years. The coffin with his remains is still at Wat Kao Ban Dai It. Throngs of people continue to visit the temple to honour and pay their repects to this legendary monk.


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Rian Muer Setthi of Be2553. This batch was being made in 10 year's anniversary of Luang Pu Moon Wat Baan Jaan (he passed away in Be2546). This batch was mass blessed by many monks of Isaan province then placed under his coffin for 3 years to let LP Moon 'blessed' and then being mass blessed again and then release on Be2556 for rent. A very good ceremony of consercation with good materials.

***IMPORTANT INFORMATION. THIS RIAN IS NOT OF NORMAL FACTORY MOLD MADE AND IT IS OF TRADITIONAL POUR MOLD STYLE WHICH MEANS THE RIAN ITSELF IS NOT OF THIN TYPED BUT IS OF THICK TYPED***

This Material is Nur Nawa Chern Nourng (9 types of metals being gold, silver, copper, lead, bronze, rose gold, brass, fa bart mixed with old takruts and rians that are being originally chanted by Luang Pu Moon) sing old materials and amulets chanted by LP Moon and melted.

The yant behind is termed as Muer Setthi (Hands of Millionaire) which was taught to him by LP Sida and which some old sheets of takruts with this yant originally written by Luang Pu Moon was melted into it. The meaning of this yant is mearnt for activating the fortune pts to make the person Heng and receive good fortune.


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1st batch locket Be2517 of Pek Rongsee

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1st batch locket of Pek Rongsee.

This was done the earliest then in Be2517 even before he was known and now fetching a very high value in the market and rather a tough task to find. Many fakes of this version was made. And is one of the dream piece which many collectors of Pek rongsee wish to own. This pc has a nice front but back is not in perfect condition. Sealed in waterproofed old silver casing enhanced with zirconia gems.


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Phra Somdej Be2513 of Black 'DISCO' meat by LP Daeng Wat Kao Bandai It

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Phra Somdej Phim Yai of Lang Yant Nak Kar Lad. This pc is of Balck material having embedded gold chips and Lae material. This series was termed as 'Disco' due to the lae and hermatite added which gives the glittering effect.

Made and consercated by LP Daeng of Wat Kao Bandai It of Petchburi province.

In case many may not know, the pricing ranges with colors being such order :

Yellow
Red
White
Green
Black

And it depends on how the condition and what materials was added which options of such make certain colors rare.

Yant Nak Kar Lad is a sacred yant which was widely used by LP Cheam of Wat Takong who is master to many masters including LP Daeng, LP Lae of Wat Prasong, LP Tae of Wat Sang Ngam etc. This yant actually uses the wicha of forming 8 directions meaning blocking things to come towards in all directions and receive well blessing from all direction. Easy to explain, it has a 'filter'effect and not only that, this yant gives the wearer luck and great metta too.

For those who maybe new to LP Daeng, he is one of the evergreen masters of my time of collection and rated 1st 10 monks then.

Biography of Luang Phor Daeng ,Wat Kao Ban Dai It

In Petchaburi province in the South Eastern part of Thailand, there was a famous guru monk known as Luang Phor Daeng. He is also known by his official title of Phra Kru Yan Wila. Luang Phor Daeng was born in B.E.2421 (1878), under the sign of the Cock, in Petchaburi province. He was one of twelve children in a poor peasant family. He spent his childhood in a farm, helping his parents. All throughout his life, from his time as a commoner, to becoming a monk, a Buddhist master and until his passing, he was always known as Daeng. Daeng means red in Thai. He decided never to change his name so as to honour his parents.

Due to severe poverty, his parents were unable to afford the expense of sending him to school. When he was 20 years old, Daeng was sent to a local Buddhist school. During that era, Buddhist schools in rural areas would often undertake the responsibility of providing poor young children with an education.

The following year, Daeng aged 21, under the influence of Buddhist culture, was ordained as a monk at Wat Kao Ban Dai It. A new chapter of his life began. He spent the next 38 years of monastic life in self-improvement and cultivation. Like most Buddhist monks, he lived a quiet life of reciting scriptures and studying the Dhamma.

LP Daeng was a very close disciple of LP Plian, the Abbot of Wat Kao Ban Dai It. When LP Plian passed away in B.E.2461 (1918), LP Daeng assumed the role of Abbot at the age of 40. He continued to study the Dhamma and Wicha (supernatural arts) under LP Chui of Wat Kong Karam, often considered to be the greatest guru monk from Petchaburi province. In the year B.E.2477 (1934), LP Daeng’s popularity grew when he used his knowledge of Wicha and cultivated power to save many lives during a severe epidemic that inflicted severe losses to the local farming community. A massive number of livestock and domestic animals were stricken with a deadly plague. Cows could not work on the fields and livestock could not be used as food. The livelihood of the already poor community was in serious jeopardy. The villagers were in a state of panic and despair. Seeing their plight, LP Daeng came to their rescue.

LP Daeng made numerous talismans for the farmers and instructed them to place the talismans inside the cages of the sick animals. The sick animals quickly recovered, seemingly aided by these talismans. News of this spread and farmers from other villages also came to ask for his talismans. LP Daeng rose in popularity and his talismans became well known for being able to overcome all types of disasters.

From then on, Wat Kao Ban Dai It flourished. Worshippers and devotees came pouring in with offerings. His charitable deeds earned him a reputation which traveled far and wide. Amulets consecrated by Luang Phor Daeng are widely known to have helped save countless lives from traffic accidents. It is reported that no victims of road deaths have ever been found to have been wearing LP Daeng's amulets.

In B.E.2502 (1959), Luang Phor Daeng was conferred the title of Buddhist Fan (representing the rank and grade of contributions conferred to Thailand Buddhist teachers) by the present King of Thailand. He was also conferred the Buddhist title of Phra Kru Yan Wila. Phra Kru means a Buddhist teacher qualified to preach the Buddhist scriptures.

The following are some case studies of Luang Phor Daeng’s efficacious talismans :

1) In the year B.E.2507 (1964), an American couple visiting Thailand heard about Luong Phor Daeng's supernatural powers. Out of curiosity, they visited Wat Kao Ban Dai It. Before leaving the temple, LP Daeng personally gave them two bronze amulets of himself. Pleased to receive the gifts, the American couple left happily, without any knowlege of the amulets' powerful effects. They only wished that it would bring them joy and happiness. On their journey home, LP Daeng's amulets gave them a demonstration of their protective powers but the price for it was a terrifying experience. The car that they traveled in overturned and fell into a dangerous narrow ravine. All the other passengers were admitted into hospital with serious injuries except for them. They suffered only minor injuries and were treated as out-patients. They had a strong feeling that it was LP Daeng's amulets that saved their lives so they decided to postpone their return flight in order to get a few more amulets for their family. Incredibly, the flight which they cancelled crashed the next day with 71 passengers on board. There were no survivors. The couple realized that LP Daeng's amulets has helped them avert two major disasters.

2) In 1969 when North and South Vietnam were at war, the son of an American GI was living in an army camp with a group of Thai soldiers. One day, the soldiers were ordered to relocate due to the tenseness of the situation. One of the Thai commanders stationed there had known this smart Eurasian boy for awhile and had become quite fond of him. Before he left, he took one of the amulets he was wearing and gave it to the boy to wear. A few days later, he returned to find the camp in utter ruins. The camp had encountered heavy enemy artillery which killed every single person in the camp except for the Eurasian boy. He was wearing an amulet of LP Daeng.

3) Another interesting and unbelievable event happened in B.E.2513 (1970). A working man named Naiwen was attending a friend’s dinner party. Everybody was in high spirits and drinking heavily. During the climax, a drunk young man wanted to show-off his newly bought pistol so he pulled it out. Naiwen was shocked to see that it was waving directly at his face. He tried to get the intoxicated youth to put away his weapon but just as he opened his mouth and was about to speak, the gun went off and Naiwen fell to the ground. Everyone charged at the drunken youth and snatched the gun away. Though nobody knew exactly where the bullet had penetrated Naiwen, there was no doubt that Naiwen was dead, lying on the ground with his eyes wide open. However, he was not dead. He pointed his fingers at his mouth and opened it slowly. Blood came gushing out and four front teeth were gone. Naiwen appeared to have been shot in the mouth but was somehow not seriously injured.

Naiwen gradually came to his senses. He spat out the broken teeth but could not find the bullet. Logically speaking, when a bullet is fired through the mouth, it is expected to penetrate the throat. In this case, not only was there no fatality, there was not even any serious injury except for the loss of four front teeth. The next day, Naiwen went for an x-ray examination. Miraculously, the bullet was found lying safely in his stomach. It was incomprehensible and beyond explanation. Naiwen told his friends that he was wearing a Luang Phor Daeng amulet and it had saved his life.

4) Another well reported event is the incident of a parachutist who jumped from a plane but his chutes failed to deploy. Incredibly, a strong prevailing wind blew him safely into a swamp and he managed to survive. He was wearing a LP Daeng Somdej amulet.

5) In WWII, LP Daeng created and presented his Pha Yants (magic cloths) and Takruts (magic metal scrolls) to soldiers and people. When Japanese troops landed in Pra Chuab Kiri Khan Province which borders Petchburi, a small group of soldiers and patriots fought them fiercely but remained completely unharmed due to LP Daeng's amulets.

For almost 40 years LP Daeng's amulets have been proven time and time again to be some of the most efficacious amulets of the modern era, providing the wearer with Klaew Klaad (free from all harm and danger) and Kong Kraphan Chatri (invulnerability against weapons).

Besides the miraculous and unexplainable accounts stated above, Petchburi province in Thailand was also notoriously violent, with many gangland conflicts settled with shootouts. It is said that LP Daeng's amulets acted like an invisible force field with making bullets unable to penetrate flesh. Numerous miraculous incidents were reported and prices of his amulets rose rapidly. LP Daeng released many batches of amulets right up to B.E.2517 (1974) before he passed on. He passed away at 96 years old having served Buddhism for 76 years. The coffin with his remains is still at Wat Kao Ban Dai It. Throngs of people continue to visit the temple to honour and pay their repects to this legendary monk.


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Phra Somdej Be2513 of Green 'DISCO' meat by LP Daeng Wat Kao Bandai It

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Phra Somdej Phim Yai of Lang Yant Nak Kar Lad. This pc is of Green material having embedded gold chips and Lae material. Made and consercated by LP Daeng of Wat Kao Bandai It of Petchburi province.

In case many may not know, the pricing ranges with colors being such order :

Yellow
Red
White
Green
Black

And it depends on how the condition and what materials was added which options of such make certain colors rare.

Yant Nak Kar Lad is a sacred yant which was widely used by LP Cheam of Wat Takong who is master to many masters including LP Daeng, LP Lae of Wat Prasong, LP Tae of Wat Sang Ngam etc. This yant actually uses the wicha of forming 8 directions meaning blocking things to come towards in all directions and receive well blessing from all direction. Easy to explain, it has a 'filter'effect and not only that, this yant gives the wearer luck and great metta too.

For those who maybe new to LP Daeng, he is one of the evergreen masters of my time of collection and rated 1st 10 monks then.

Biography of Luang Phor Daeng ,Wat Kao Ban Dai It

In Petchaburi province in the South Eastern part of Thailand, there was a famous guru monk known as Luang Phor Daeng. He is also known by his official title of Phra Kru Yan Wila. Luang Phor Daeng was born in B.E.2421 (1878), under the sign of the Cock, in Petchaburi province. He was one of twelve children in a poor peasant family. He spent his childhood in a farm, helping his parents. All throughout his life, from his time as a commoner, to becoming a monk, a Buddhist master and until his passing, he was always known as Daeng. Daeng means red in Thai. He decided never to change his name so as to honour his parents.

Due to severe poverty, his parents were unable to afford the expense of sending him to school. When he was 20 years old, Daeng was sent to a local Buddhist school. During that era, Buddhist schools in rural areas would often undertake the responsibility of providing poor young children with an education.

The following year, Daeng aged 21, under the influence of Buddhist culture, was ordained as a monk at Wat Kao Ban Dai It. A new chapter of his life began. He spent the next 38 years of monastic life in self-improvement and cultivation. Like most Buddhist monks, he lived a quiet life of reciting scriptures and studying the Dhamma.

LP Daeng was a very close disciple of LP Plian, the Abbot of Wat Kao Ban Dai It. When LP Plian passed away in B.E.2461 (1918), LP Daeng assumed the role of Abbot at the age of 40. He continued to study the Dhamma and Wicha (supernatural arts) under LP Chui of Wat Kong Karam, often considered to be the greatest guru monk from Petchaburi province. In the year B.E.2477 (1934), LP Daeng’s popularity grew when he used his knowledge of Wicha and cultivated power to save many lives during a severe epidemic that inflicted severe losses to the local farming community. A massive number of livestock and domestic animals were stricken with a deadly plague. Cows could not work on the fields and livestock could not be used as food. The livelihood of the already poor community was in serious jeopardy. The villagers were in a state of panic and despair. Seeing their plight, LP Daeng came to their rescue.

LP Daeng made numerous talismans for the farmers and instructed them to place the talismans inside the cages of the sick animals. The sick animals quickly recovered, seemingly aided by these talismans. News of this spread and farmers from other villages also came to ask for his talismans. LP Daeng rose in popularity and his talismans became well known for being able to overcome all types of disasters.

From then on, Wat Kao Ban Dai It flourished. Worshippers and devotees came pouring in with offerings. His charitable deeds earned him a reputation which traveled far and wide. Amulets consecrated by Luang Phor Daeng are widely known to have helped save countless lives from traffic accidents. It is reported that no victims of road deaths have ever been found to have been wearing LP Daeng's amulets.

In B.E.2502 (1959), Luang Phor Daeng was conferred the title of Buddhist Fan (representing the rank and grade of contributions conferred to Thailand Buddhist teachers) by the present King of Thailand. He was also conferred the Buddhist title of Phra Kru Yan Wila. Phra Kru means a Buddhist teacher qualified to preach the Buddhist scriptures.

The following are some case studies of Luang Phor Daeng’s efficacious talismans :

1) In the year B.E.2507 (1964), an American couple visiting Thailand heard about Luong Phor Daeng's supernatural powers. Out of curiosity, they visited Wat Kao Ban Dai It. Before leaving the temple, LP Daeng personally gave them two bronze amulets of himself. Pleased to receive the gifts, the American couple left happily, without any knowlege of the amulets' powerful effects. They only wished that it would bring them joy and happiness. On their journey home, LP Daeng's amulets gave them a demonstration of their protective powers but the price for it was a terrifying experience. The car that they traveled in overturned and fell into a dangerous narrow ravine. All the other passengers were admitted into hospital with serious injuries except for them. They suffered only minor injuries and were treated as out-patients. They had a strong feeling that it was LP Daeng's amulets that saved their lives so they decided to postpone their return flight in order to get a few more amulets for their family. Incredibly, the flight which they cancelled crashed the next day with 71 passengers on board. There were no survivors. The couple realized that LP Daeng's amulets has helped them avert two major disasters.

2) In 1969 when North and South Vietnam were at war, the son of an American GI was living in an army camp with a group of Thai soldiers. One day, the soldiers were ordered to relocate due to the tenseness of the situation. One of the Thai commanders stationed there had known this smart Eurasian boy for awhile and had become quite fond of him. Before he left, he took one of the amulets he was wearing and gave it to the boy to wear. A few days later, he returned to find the camp in utter ruins. The camp had encountered heavy enemy artillery which killed every single person in the camp except for the Eurasian boy. He was wearing an amulet of LP Daeng.

3) Another interesting and unbelievable event happened in B.E.2513 (1970). A working man named Naiwen was attending a friend’s dinner party. Everybody was in high spirits and drinking heavily. During the climax, a drunk young man wanted to show-off his newly bought pistol so he pulled it out. Naiwen was shocked to see that it was waving directly at his face. He tried to get the intoxicated youth to put away his weapon but just as he opened his mouth and was about to speak, the gun went off and Naiwen fell to the ground. Everyone charged at the drunken youth and snatched the gun away. Though nobody knew exactly where the bullet had penetrated Naiwen, there was no doubt that Naiwen was dead, lying on the ground with his eyes wide open. However, he was not dead. He pointed his fingers at his mouth and opened it slowly. Blood came gushing out and four front teeth were gone. Naiwen appeared to have been shot in the mouth but was somehow not seriously injured.

Naiwen gradually came to his senses. He spat out the broken teeth but could not find the bullet. Logically speaking, when a bullet is fired through the mouth, it is expected to penetrate the throat. In this case, not only was there no fatality, there was not even any serious injury except for the loss of four front teeth. The next day, Naiwen went for an x-ray examination. Miraculously, the bullet was found lying safely in his stomach. It was incomprehensible and beyond explanation. Naiwen told his friends that he was wearing a Luang Phor Daeng amulet and it had saved his life.

4) Another well reported event is the incident of a parachutist who jumped from a plane but his chutes failed to deploy. Incredibly, a strong prevailing wind blew him safely into a swamp and he managed to survive. He was wearing a LP Daeng Somdej amulet.

5) In WWII, LP Daeng created and presented his Pha Yants (magic cloths) and Takruts (magic metal scrolls) to soldiers and people. When Japanese troops landed in Pra Chuab Kiri Khan Province which borders Petchburi, a small group of soldiers and patriots fought them fiercely but remained completely unharmed due to LP Daeng's amulets.

For almost 40 years LP Daeng's amulets have been proven time and time again to be some of the most efficacious amulets of the modern era, providing the wearer with Klaew Klaad (free from all harm and danger) and Kong Kraphan Chatri (invulnerability against weapons).

Besides the miraculous and unexplainable accounts stated above, Petchburi province in Thailand was also notoriously violent, with many gangland conflicts settled with shootouts. It is said that LP Daeng's amulets acted like an invisible force field with making bullets unable to penetrate flesh. Numerous miraculous incidents were reported and prices of his amulets rose rapidly. LP Daeng released many batches of amulets right up to B.E.2517 (1974) before he passed on. He passed away at 96 years old having served Buddhism for 76 years. The coffin with his remains is still at Wat Kao Ban Dai It. Throngs of people continue to visit the temple to honour and pay their repects to this legendary monk.


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Phra Somdej Be2513 of Red meat by LP Daeng Wat Kao Bandai It

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Phra Somdej Phim Yai of Lang Yant Nak Kar Lad. This pc is of Red material having embedded gold chips and Lae material. Made and consercated by LP Daeng of Wat Kao Bandai It of Petchburi province.

In case many may not know, the pricing ranges with colors being such order :

Yellow
Red
White
Green
Black

And it depends on how the condition and what materials was added which options of such make certain colors rare.

Yant Nak Kar Lad is a sacred yant which was widely used by LP Cheam of Wat Takong who is master to many masters including LP Daeng, LP Lae of Wat Prasong, LP Tae of Wat Sang Ngam etc. This yant actually uses the wicha of forming 8 directions meaning blocking things to come towards in all directions and receive well blessing from all direction. Easy to explain, it has a 'filter'effect and not only that, this yant gives the wearer luck and great metta too.

For those who maybe new to LP Daeng, he is one of the evergreen masters of my time of collection and rated 1st 10 monks then.

Biography of Luang Phor Daeng ,Wat Kao Ban Dai It

In Petchaburi province in the South Eastern part of Thailand, there was a famous guru monk known as Luang Phor Daeng. He is also known by his official title of Phra Kru Yan Wila. Luang Phor Daeng was born in B.E.2421 (1878), under the sign of the Cock, in Petchaburi province. He was one of twelve children in a poor peasant family. He spent his childhood in a farm, helping his parents. All throughout his life, from his time as a commoner, to becoming a monk, a Buddhist master and until his passing, he was always known as Daeng. Daeng means red in Thai. He decided never to change his name so as to honour his parents.

Due to severe poverty, his parents were unable to afford the expense of sending him to school. When he was 20 years old, Daeng was sent to a local Buddhist school. During that era, Buddhist schools in rural areas would often undertake the responsibility of providing poor young children with an education.

The following year, Daeng aged 21, under the influence of Buddhist culture, was ordained as a monk at Wat Kao Ban Dai It. A new chapter of his life began. He spent the next 38 years of monastic life in self-improvement and cultivation. Like most Buddhist monks, he lived a quiet life of reciting scriptures and studying the Dhamma.

LP Daeng was a very close disciple of LP Plian, the Abbot of Wat Kao Ban Dai It. When LP Plian passed away in B.E.2461 (1918), LP Daeng assumed the role of Abbot at the age of 40. He continued to study the Dhamma and Wicha (supernatural arts) under LP Chui of Wat Kong Karam, often considered to be the greatest guru monk from Petchaburi province. In the year B.E.2477 (1934), LP Daeng’s popularity grew when he used his knowledge of Wicha and cultivated power to save many lives during a severe epidemic that inflicted severe losses to the local farming community. A massive number of livestock and domestic animals were stricken with a deadly plague. Cows could not work on the fields and livestock could not be used as food. The livelihood of the already poor community was in serious jeopardy. The villagers were in a state of panic and despair. Seeing their plight, LP Daeng came to their rescue.

LP Daeng made numerous talismans for the farmers and instructed them to place the talismans inside the cages of the sick animals. The sick animals quickly recovered, seemingly aided by these talismans. News of this spread and farmers from other villages also came to ask for his talismans. LP Daeng rose in popularity and his talismans became well known for being able to overcome all types of disasters.

From then on, Wat Kao Ban Dai It flourished. Worshippers and devotees came pouring in with offerings. His charitable deeds earned him a reputation which traveled far and wide. Amulets consecrated by Luang Phor Daeng are widely known to have helped save countless lives from traffic accidents. It is reported that no victims of road deaths have ever been found to have been wearing LP Daeng's amulets.

In B.E.2502 (1959), Luang Phor Daeng was conferred the title of Buddhist Fan (representing the rank and grade of contributions conferred to Thailand Buddhist teachers) by the present King of Thailand. He was also conferred the Buddhist title of Phra Kru Yan Wila. Phra Kru means a Buddhist teacher qualified to preach the Buddhist scriptures.

The following are some case studies of Luang Phor Daeng’s efficacious talismans :

1) In the year B.E.2507 (1964), an American couple visiting Thailand heard about Luong Phor Daeng's supernatural powers. Out of curiosity, they visited Wat Kao Ban Dai It. Before leaving the temple, LP Daeng personally gave them two bronze amulets of himself. Pleased to receive the gifts, the American couple left happily, without any knowlege of the amulets' powerful effects. They only wished that it would bring them joy and happiness. On their journey home, LP Daeng's amulets gave them a demonstration of their protective powers but the price for it was a terrifying experience. The car that they traveled in overturned and fell into a dangerous narrow ravine. All the other passengers were admitted into hospital with serious injuries except for them. They suffered only minor injuries and were treated as out-patients. They had a strong feeling that it was LP Daeng's amulets that saved their lives so they decided to postpone their return flight in order to get a few more amulets for their family. Incredibly, the flight which they cancelled crashed the next day with 71 passengers on board. There were no survivors. The couple realized that LP Daeng's amulets has helped them avert two major disasters.

2) In 1969 when North and South Vietnam were at war, the son of an American GI was living in an army camp with a group of Thai soldiers. One day, the soldiers were ordered to relocate due to the tenseness of the situation. One of the Thai commanders stationed there had known this smart Eurasian boy for awhile and had become quite fond of him. Before he left, he took one of the amulets he was wearing and gave it to the boy to wear. A few days later, he returned to find the camp in utter ruins. The camp had encountered heavy enemy artillery which killed every single person in the camp except for the Eurasian boy. He was wearing an amulet of LP Daeng.

3) Another interesting and unbelievable event happened in B.E.2513 (1970). A working man named Naiwen was attending a friend’s dinner party. Everybody was in high spirits and drinking heavily. During the climax, a drunk young man wanted to show-off his newly bought pistol so he pulled it out. Naiwen was shocked to see that it was waving directly at his face. He tried to get the intoxicated youth to put away his weapon but just as he opened his mouth and was about to speak, the gun went off and Naiwen fell to the ground. Everyone charged at the drunken youth and snatched the gun away. Though nobody knew exactly where the bullet had penetrated Naiwen, there was no doubt that Naiwen was dead, lying on the ground with his eyes wide open. However, he was not dead. He pointed his fingers at his mouth and opened it slowly. Blood came gushing out and four front teeth were gone. Naiwen appeared to have been shot in the mouth but was somehow not seriously injured.

Naiwen gradually came to his senses. He spat out the broken teeth but could not find the bullet. Logically speaking, when a bullet is fired through the mouth, it is expected to penetrate the throat. In this case, not only was there no fatality, there was not even any serious injury except for the loss of four front teeth. The next day, Naiwen went for an x-ray examination. Miraculously, the bullet was found lying safely in his stomach. It was incomprehensible and beyond explanation. Naiwen told his friends that he was wearing a Luang Phor Daeng amulet and it had saved his life.

4) Another well reported event is the incident of a parachutist who jumped from a plane but his chutes failed to deploy. Incredibly, a strong prevailing wind blew him safely into a swamp and he managed to survive. He was wearing a LP Daeng Somdej amulet.

5) In WWII, LP Daeng created and presented his Pha Yants (magic cloths) and Takruts (magic metal scrolls) to soldiers and people. When Japanese troops landed in Pra Chuab Kiri Khan Province which borders Petchburi, a small group of soldiers and patriots fought them fiercely but remained completely unharmed due to LP Daeng's amulets.

For almost 40 years LP Daeng's amulets have been proven time and time again to be some of the most efficacious amulets of the modern era, providing the wearer with Klaew Klaad (free from all harm and danger) and Kong Kraphan Chatri (invulnerability against weapons).

Besides the miraculous and unexplainable accounts stated above, Petchburi province in Thailand was also notoriously violent, with many gangland conflicts settled with shootouts. It is said that LP Daeng's amulets acted like an invisible force field with making bullets unable to penetrate flesh. Numerous miraculous incidents were reported and prices of his amulets rose rapidly. LP Daeng released many batches of amulets right up to B.E.2517 (1974) before he passed on. He passed away at 96 years old having served Buddhism for 76 years. The coffin with his remains is still at Wat Kao Ban Dai It. Throngs of people continue to visit the temple to honour and pay their repects to this legendary monk.


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Phra Somdej Be2513 of Yellow meat by LP Daeng Wat Kao Bandai It

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Phra Somdej Phim Yai of Lang Yant Nak Kar Lad. This pc is of yellow material having embedded gold chips and broken copper chips from crushed bullets, Lae material. Made and consercated by LP Daeng of Wat Kao Bandai It of Petchburi province.

Yant Nak Kar Lad is a sacred yant which was widely used by LP Cheam of Wat Takong who is master to many masters including LP Daeng, LP Lae of Wat Prasong, LP Tae of Wat Sang Ngam etc. This yant actually uses the wicha of forming 8 directions meaning blocking things to come towards in all directions and receive well blessing from all direction. Easy to explain, it has a 'filter'effect and not only that, this yant gives the wearer luck and great metta too.

For those who maybe new to LP Daeng, he is one of the evergreen masters of my time of collection and rated 1st 10 monks then.

Biography of Luang Phor Daeng ,Wat Kao Ban Dai It

In Petchaburi province in the South Eastern part of Thailand, there was a famous guru monk known as Luang Phor Daeng. He is also known by his official title of Phra Kru Yan Wila. Luang Phor Daeng was born in B.E.2421 (1878), under the sign of the Cock, in Petchaburi province. He was one of twelve children in a poor peasant family. He spent his childhood in a farm, helping his parents. All throughout his life, from his time as a commoner, to becoming a monk, a Buddhist master and until his passing, he was always known as Daeng. Daeng means red in Thai. He decided never to change his name so as to honour his parents.

Due to severe poverty, his parents were unable to afford the expense of sending him to school. When he was 20 years old, Daeng was sent to a local Buddhist school. During that era, Buddhist schools in rural areas would often undertake the responsibility of providing poor young children with an education.

The following year, Daeng aged 21, under the influence of Buddhist culture, was ordained as a monk at Wat Kao Ban Dai It. A new chapter of his life began. He spent the next 38 years of monastic life in self-improvement and cultivation. Like most Buddhist monks, he lived a quiet life of reciting scriptures and studying the Dhamma.

LP Daeng was a very close disciple of LP Plian, the Abbot of Wat Kao Ban Dai It. When LP Plian passed away in B.E.2461 (1918), LP Daeng assumed the role of Abbot at the age of 40. He continued to study the Dhamma and Wicha (supernatural arts) under LP Chui of Wat Kong Karam, often considered to be the greatest guru monk from Petchaburi province. In the year B.E.2477 (1934), LP Daeng’s popularity grew when he used his knowledge of Wicha and cultivated power to save many lives during a severe epidemic that inflicted severe losses to the local farming community. A massive number of livestock and domestic animals were stricken with a deadly plague. Cows could not work on the fields and livestock could not be used as food. The livelihood of the already poor community was in serious jeopardy. The villagers were in a state of panic and despair. Seeing their plight, LP Daeng came to their rescue.

LP Daeng made numerous talismans for the farmers and instructed them to place the talismans inside the cages of the sick animals. The sick animals quickly recovered, seemingly aided by these talismans. News of this spread and farmers from other villages also came to ask for his talismans. LP Daeng rose in popularity and his talismans became well known for being able to overcome all types of disasters.

From then on, Wat Kao Ban Dai It flourished. Worshippers and devotees came pouring in with offerings. His charitable deeds earned him a reputation which traveled far and wide. Amulets consecrated by Luang Phor Daeng are widely known to have helped save countless lives from traffic accidents. It is reported that no victims of road deaths have ever been found to have been wearing LP Daeng's amulets.

In B.E.2502 (1959), Luang Phor Daeng was conferred the title of Buddhist Fan (representing the rank and grade of contributions conferred to Thailand Buddhist teachers) by the present King of Thailand. He was also conferred the Buddhist title of Phra Kru Yan Wila. Phra Kru means a Buddhist teacher qualified to preach the Buddhist scriptures.

The following are some case studies of Luang Phor Daeng’s efficacious talismans :

1) In the year B.E.2507 (1964), an American couple visiting Thailand heard about Luong Phor Daeng's supernatural powers. Out of curiosity, they visited Wat Kao Ban Dai It. Before leaving the temple, LP Daeng personally gave them two bronze amulets of himself. Pleased to receive the gifts, the American couple left happily, without any knowlege of the amulets' powerful effects. They only wished that it would bring them joy and happiness. On their journey home, LP Daeng's amulets gave them a demonstration of their protective powers but the price for it was a terrifying experience. The car that they traveled in overturned and fell into a dangerous narrow ravine. All the other passengers were admitted into hospital with serious injuries except for them. They suffered only minor injuries and were treated as out-patients. They had a strong feeling that it was LP Daeng's amulets that saved their lives so they decided to postpone their return flight in order to get a few more amulets for their family. Incredibly, the flight which they cancelled crashed the next day with 71 passengers on board. There were no survivors. The couple realized that LP Daeng's amulets has helped them avert two major disasters.

2) In 1969 when North and South Vietnam were at war, the son of an American GI was living in an army camp with a group of Thai soldiers. One day, the soldiers were ordered to relocate due to the tenseness of the situation. One of the Thai commanders stationed there had known this smart Eurasian boy for awhile and had become quite fond of him. Before he left, he took one of the amulets he was wearing and gave it to the boy to wear. A few days later, he returned to find the camp in utter ruins. The camp had encountered heavy enemy artillery which killed every single person in the camp except for the Eurasian boy. He was wearing an amulet of LP Daeng.

3) Another interesting and unbelievable event happened in B.E.2513 (1970). A working man named Naiwen was attending a friend’s dinner party. Everybody was in high spirits and drinking heavily. During the climax, a drunk young man wanted to show-off his newly bought pistol so he pulled it out. Naiwen was shocked to see that it was waving directly at his face. He tried to get the intoxicated youth to put away his weapon but just as he opened his mouth and was about to speak, the gun went off and Naiwen fell to the ground. Everyone charged at the drunken youth and snatched the gun away. Though nobody knew exactly where the bullet had penetrated Naiwen, there was no doubt that Naiwen was dead, lying on the ground with his eyes wide open. However, he was not dead. He pointed his fingers at his mouth and opened it slowly. Blood came gushing out and four front teeth were gone. Naiwen appeared to have been shot in the mouth but was somehow not seriously injured.

Naiwen gradually came to his senses. He spat out the broken teeth but could not find the bullet. Logically speaking, when a bullet is fired through the mouth, it is expected to penetrate the throat. In this case, not only was there no fatality, there was not even any serious injury except for the loss of four front teeth. The next day, Naiwen went for an x-ray examination. Miraculously, the bullet was found lying safely in his stomach. It was incomprehensible and beyond explanation. Naiwen told his friends that he was wearing a Luang Phor Daeng amulet and it had saved his life.

4) Another well reported event is the incident of a parachutist who jumped from a plane but his chutes failed to deploy. Incredibly, a strong prevailing wind blew him safely into a swamp and he managed to survive. He was wearing a LP Daeng Somdej amulet.

5) In WWII, LP Daeng created and presented his Pha Yants (magic cloths) and Takruts (magic metal scrolls) to soldiers and people. When Japanese troops landed in Pra Chuab Kiri Khan Province which borders Petchburi, a small group of soldiers and patriots fought them fiercely but remained completely unharmed due to LP Daeng's amulets.

For almost 40 years LP Daeng's amulets have been proven time and time again to be some of the most efficacious amulets of the modern era, providing the wearer with Klaew Klaad (free from all harm and danger) and Kong Kraphan Chatri (invulnerability against weapons).

Besides the miraculous and unexplainable accounts stated above, Petchburi province in Thailand was also notoriously violent, with many gangland conflicts settled with shootouts. It is said that LP Daeng's amulets acted like an invisible force field with making bullets unable to penetrate flesh. Numerous miraculous incidents were reported and prices of his amulets rose rapidly. LP Daeng released many batches of amulets right up to B.E.2517 (1974) before he passed on. He passed away at 96 years old having served Buddhism for 76 years. The coffin with his remains is still at Wat Kao Ban Dai It. Throngs of people continue to visit the temple to honour and pay their repects to this legendary monk.


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Phra Somdej Lang Roop Meung (Face of LP Pae behind) Be2519 of Nur Kesorng 108 types of pollen grains.


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Roop Lor Phra Rahu Om Phra Jaan of Wat Srisongtham Be2546.

This is not the usual copper type which commonly seen. This material is of the special molten hermatite metal which is termed as 'Mae Ka Sit' which is like those natural metals as found in ancient caves. Phra Rahu is effective for eating up bad luck and also against treacherous ppl around us which try to harm us and give good metta.


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3pcs of Phra Pidta Jumbo of Wat Sala Krueng Be2521 of Phim Kamagan. PLS note that these are NOT Nur Bailan (as the previous ones), these are the more rare material which os of Nur Kersong (Pollen grains) !

This version is of the popular (Nityom) which is Wut Kang (Wut Nalong at the sides of the Pidta at the front) and Lang Yant Duang (NOT the other which is Yant Tri)

This batch was prepared by LP Toh of Wat Pradoochimplee himself since Be2520 and the purpose was made to fully donate to Wat Sala Kreung as building funds. The consercation was held on 2nd September Be2521 and chanted by Luang Pu Toh using same materials as his Jumbo 2 materials for His own main temple.

This batch was chanted twice in the same day on both ceremonies in the morning (7am to 9am) and late evening (6:30pm to 9:30pm) which each session of sitting meditation for 2 hrs while chanting which the night session ended with sudden lightning strikes which Luang Pu Toh commented that this is indeed an holy sacred batch.


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This item is one of the famous chanted batch in history of Southern Thailand magic by LP Kong Wat Baan Suan and Ajarn Chum Chaikiri which uses the magic of 'Stopping yr adversary' and 'Stopping all problems' which thus termed as Lao Yut Leaw aka 'We stop already'

This batch was chanted in Be2516 then.


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Phra Phrom 1st batch of Maha Phrom Loh Yai (Big world)

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Phra Phom 1st batch of Maha Phrom (King of Phra Phom aka 4 faced Buddha, Brahma) of Genuine gold mask on Nur Satat Loha (7 precious metals mixed) . Made and consercated by the famous Phra Phom maker who is Luang Pu See of Wat Sakae, Ayutthaya in Be2519

Being master to LP Doo, Luang Pu is the 2nd generation of lineage to Archan Heng who is best rated as making efacious Phra Phom due to the wicha he obtained which have the method of inviting Phra Phom.

The yant behind is personally scribe by Luang Pu himself which is a wicha to attract wealth and luck

Sharing a biography of Luang Pu for those who maybe new to him

Luang Pu Sie of Wat Sakae was born in B.E.2438 and was ordained as a monk at the age of 20 by the great master, Luang Phor Klan of Wat Prayat(Ayuthaya) in B.E.2458.

Acharn Heng Prywan (B.E.2428-2502) who was also ordained by LuangPhor Klan of Wat Prayat (Ayuthaya) was the one who found the manual of creating Phra Phom amulets from a ancient temple in Ayuthaya province,Wat PradooSongDharm.

This manual of creating Phra Phom was shared to Luang Pu Sie by Archan Heng. Although Acharn Heng was 10 years older than LuangPu See, Acharn Heng had high respect to LuangPu See. However, many people mistook Luang Pu Sie as the discisple of Acharn Heng but the former will tell others that Archan Heng is his master.

Phra Phom amulets created by Acharn Heng is the most expensive Phra Phom amulets in Thailand now and Luang Pu Sie was the only monk whom he had requested to bless the amulets. In fact, some of Acharn Heng's Phra Phom amulets bear the handwritten Yant (scripture) of Luang Pu Sie.

Luang Pu Sie passed away peacefully at the age of 88 in 03 February B.E.2526 at 7am

***Price inclusive of U-amulet authencity card with 100% verification***


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Rian Rakang of the famous late LP Pern Of Wat Bangphra, Nakhon Chaisri Be2535 of pure silver material with original temple boxes. These material was then made 2000pcs.

Sacred amulets are highly well experienced for many who had wore. In terms of luck, windfall luck, great metta and also protection.


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Rian CP Be2523 of Pek Rongsee

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Rian Yod Nam (water drop shaped) of Pek Rongsee. This batch was chanted by Pek Rongsee and released in Be2523 and often in the market it is termed as Rian CP as it is being sponsorsed to Pek Rongsee then the 1st generation forefathers of the famous CP which holds many organisations, dealing with frozen products, poultry and having establishment in Mainland China and the franchise of 7-11 in Thailand are being owned by them. Infact, the present CP boss is wearing this batch of rian as shown in newspaper last year in February 2015 which he exposed the secret in public that Pek Rongsee had been a benefactor to their family which help them to have such results todate.

Til now, many devotees which had worn Pek Rongsee amulets had greatly experience the help and luck which he helped. His fame had shoot up since last year (i was the 1st to recommend to sgp market then in Feb 2015) and many places including Thailand, Taiwan, Hongkong, Malaysia and China having people searching for it anf not to mention that treacherous dealers had start selling fakes (i had attached sample pic of a fake Rian CP here which is circulating in the market now). A nice pc of Rian CP at present can goes up to 35 to 40k thb (1400sgd to 1600sgd) for a champ genuine pc.

This pc in bid is abt 75 to 80% condition while still retaining it's original skin intact and also clear features and clear wordings.


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Rian Jiu Maha Phrom (with 90% thai gold) of LP Sie Wat Sakae

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Rian Jiu Maha Phrom of rare silver material of Be2521 wrapped in 90% thai gold casing.

Being master to LP Doo, Luang Pu Sie is the 2nd generation of lineage to Archan Heng Prawan who is best rated as making efacious Phra Phom and Indian deities due to the wicha he obtained which have the method of inviting Phra Phom.

Sharing a biography of Luang Pu for those who maybe new to him

Luang Pu Sie of Wat Sakae was born in B.E.2438 and was ordained as a monk at the age of 20 by the great master, Luang Phor Klan of Wat Prayat(Ayuthaya) in B.E.2458.

Acharn Heng Prywan (B.E.2428-2502) who was also ordained by LuangPhor Klan of Wat Prayat (Ayuthaya) was the one who found the manual of creating Phra Phom amulets from a ancient temple in Ayuthaya province,Wat PradooSongDharm.

This manual of creating Phra Phom was shared to Luang Pu Sie by Archan Heng. Although Acharn Heng was 10 years older than LuangPu See, Acharn Heng had high respect to LuangPu See. However, many people mistook Luang Pu Sie as the discisple of Acharn Heng but the former will tell others that Archan Heng is his master.

Phra Phom amulets created by Acharn Heng is the most expensive Phra Phom amulets in Thailand now and Luang Pu Sie was the only monk whom he had requested to bless the amulets. In fact, some of Acharn Heng's Phra Phom amulets bear the handwritten Yant (scripture) of Luang Pu Sie.

Luang Pu Sie passed away peacefully at the age of 88 in 03 February B.E.2526 at 7am

In my personal experience, i love wearing Phra Phom as a creator, it helps us to build good things and opportunity which what i present to u today as after i fixed the Phra Phrom shrine, indeed it create fate for me to meet a old timer LP Sie old collector and a reputable one which by chance saw me wearing a gold Phra Phom of LP Sie and recognised it was belong to his years back and sold and didn't expect to see it with me and it started off that i told him that i wish to share this efacious amulets with my friends and customers.


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8pcs of Twin Dragon Be2523 locket of resin mixed wax material of Pek Rongsee 83rd birthday batch of JADE GREEN color

Conditions as what being show in pic. I am helping him to release in case some may not mind the condition as a nice pc may cost around 9500 to 10,500thb as per present market if sold by thai dealers at Pantip now (can check with seniors if they are there)


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Rian Sema Lun Saoha Be2557 by Chao Khun Udom of Wst Tham Wattana Mongkhun, Rayong province who is the disciple of Mae Chi Boon Lien of Wat Ar Wut !

Recently being featured by Tony Jaa giving this rian to famous Hollywood star Vin Diesel (star of Fast and Furious) which give him good metta and luck !


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One of the famous Hoon Payoon maker in thai amulets which also is the master to LP Kloy of Wat Pukowthong which he taught the art of consercating the wicha of Hoon Payoon.

He is no other than Luang Pu Sangha of Wat Baan Mau, Rajburi province. He is also one of the early forefathers of making efacious HPY from straws as per equivalent to Ajarn Loy of Ayutthaya (master of Ajarn Pee).

The main purpose of making HPY is to make it 'alive' and thus also be a substitute as ourselves having the functions of helping us when in harm and also against bad stabbers or evil which try to give us harm but the HPY which is a substitute to us will help to defy it. The straw are from mats which dead bodies are being laid in the past which people termed as 'Ghost Mats' and this is the main item to make efacious HPY regardless of any clan.

For more details, i had attached a link which explained more on the biography of Luang Pu Sangha.

http://spiritualthai.com/LP%20Sangya.html

Only 3pcs available and gold wrapped in 90% thai gold. This batch was concercated in Be2533 (made 26 yrs ago and he passed away in Be2547) using metals molten from old coffin nails which was exhumed.

Use for luck (include gambling luck), metta & metta senah, smooth sailing, protection and also against back stabbers.


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LP Ngern Be2526 Wat Bangklan Gold mixed

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LP Ngern Be2526 of Wat Bangklan. This batch is knows as Lun Chang Koo (twin elephant batch). This batch was made less amt as material composition was bronze and real gold mixture of pour mold style. Very rare and nice material.


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Older generation collectors who had been around during the days of Jatukarm (天神) will know abt this item for sure.

Phayant (布符) Phra Nak Ka Lad (the Phayanak with 7 heads which hover Jatukarm) Be2532 of 1st batch chanted by Ajarn Khun Pan at Wat Sri Mahatat, Nakhon Simitharat. Ajarn Khun Pan uses the method of inviting the famous 1st batch of Om Phor Jatukarm made as in Be2530. Well kept and every pc has yant written behind by Ajarn Khun Pan.

This phayant could be wrapped and worn (above waist and not below) and also to be frame up and be hang in house, shops and offices and exactly can be used as Jatukarm for fortune, luck and avoid disasters, prevent bad luck etc

ONLY 20pcs of each color being Black, Yellow, Red, Black & Green available for rent. Each pc is personally being yant by Ajarn Khun Pan himself !

***SIZE OF PHAYANT IS 30cm BY 30cm****

***PLS NOTE THAT THE ORIGINAL PC DOESN'T COME WITH FRAMING. THE PICS SHOW ARE BEING FRAMED FOR EASY PHOTO SHOOTING PURPOSES***


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1st batch rian Be2538 (21 years ago) of the late Luang Phor Thiang of Wat Kao Kradong, Buririam province who had passed away last month on 7th March 2016 due to old age sickness. He is famous for his wicha in Tiger authority and metta and his amulets had good effects for luck, smooth sailing and metta. He often visit Singapore previously and thus i don't think he will not be unfamiliar to many here.


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One of the famous Hoon Payoon maker in thai amulets which also is the master to LP Kloy of Wat Pukowthong which he taught the art of consercating the wicha of Hoon Payoon.

He is no other than Luang Pu Sangha of Wat Baan Mau, Rajburi province. He is also one of the early forefathers of making efacious HPY from straws as per equivalent to Ajarn Loy of Ayutthaya (master of Ajarn Pee).

The main purpose of making HPY is to make it 'alive' and thus also be a substitute as ourselves having the functions of helping us when in harm and also against bad stabbers or evil which try to give us harm but the HPY which is a substitute to us will help to defy it. The straw are from mats which dead bodies are being laid in the past which people termed as 'Ghost Mats' and this is the main item to make efacious HPY regardless of any clan.

For more details, i had attached a link which explained more on the biography of Luang Pu Sangha.

http://spiritualthai.com/LP%20Sangya.html

These batch was concercated in Be2535 (made 24 yrs ago and he passed away in Be2547).

Color wise is as such that Red (Arm Daeng) represents luck (include gambling luck), metta & metta senah while Black (Arm Dum) is used more for against back stabbers and evil forces.


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Rian LP Dum Lang Pidta Be2549.

This batch is chanted by the famous LP Dum of Wat Mai Naparam, Naratriwat province who is a famous disciple of Tok Raja who make efacious amulets and well known thru out Thailand before Chao Khun Onn then. LP Dum passed away in December of Be2551 (67 years old) which many locals say his health deteoriate after many years of fighting against Southern Muslim black magic which he often help the thai locals then. A true and respectable master and news had been heard that after years he passed away, his items are mostly been kept and make it rather rare and thus remakes surface in the market. This phenomenon is a good sign as it means there is a demand and prices will be up further and worth keeping.


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1st batch rian Be2511 of Luang Phor Neung Wat Chulamanee

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Rian 1st batch of LP Neung of Wat Chulamanee. Made and chanted in Be2511. This pc is of the rarer Gelaitong (Gold plated). Maybe many may not know that LP Neung is the master to Phra Ajarrn Idd and also he is a disciple of the famous LP Kong Wat Bangkraphom of Samut Songkram who is more senior than LP Suk of Wat Kalong.

This batch of 1st batch had been highly testimonial by many new collectors as efficient in help, luck & esp sales. The undecomposed body of LP Neung is at present still housed in the glass coffin at Wat Chulamanee for devotees to pray respect. Infact, LP Nueng had reached high attain level of practice at level of Arahant which his body stay intact as witnessed by Phra Ajarn Idd, LP Neung actually predicted his own death to in Be2532 when he is making this 1st batch rians and ask Phra Ajarn Idd to keep a portion of them for the purpose of letting devotees do merits from the kept rians of Phra Ajarn Idd as in not to let devotees come out own money to help his funeral without having nothing in return ! A kind and benevolent monk who will answer distress and help !


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Ghost Pidta (Kraduk Pee) Wat Pho Be2485

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Phra Pidta Kraduk Pee (Ghost Pidta) as chanted by Khmer monk Ajarn Noo at Wat Pho Ta Tian (the temple of sleeping buddha) in Be2485 (74 yrs ago) using bones belong to soldiers, well known, the rich and famous, high authority ppl etc who lose their lives during the Indochine War period.

***PLS NOTICE THAT THIS PC HAS VISIBLE BONE CHIPS ON BOTH SIDES***


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Rian Maha Phrom Kao Lan Tat Be2521 of LP Sie Wat Sakae of Pure silver. The yant behind is written by 1st generation Phra Phrom maker, Ajarn Heng Prywan. Each pc comes with 100% Authencity card from U amulet.


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Phra Phrom 1st batch of Maha Phrom Loh Yai (Big world)

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Phra Phom 1st batch of Maha Phrom (King of Phra Phom aka 4 faced Buddha, Brahma) of 925 Silver mask on Nur Satat Loha (7 precious metals mixed) . Made and consercated by the famous Phra Phom maker who is Luang Pu See of Wat Sakae, Ayutthaya in Be2519

Being master to LP Doo, Luang Pu is the 2nd generation of lineage to Archan Heng who is best rated as making efacious Phra Phom due to the wicha he obtained which have the method of inviting Phra Phom.

The yant behind is personally scribe by Luang Pu himself which is a wicha to attract wealth and luck

Sharing a biography of Luang Pu for those who maybe new to him

Luang Pu Sie of Wat Sakae was born in B.E.2438 and was ordained as a monk at the age of 20 by the great master, Luang Phor Klan of Wat Prayat(Ayuthaya) in B.E.2458.

Acharn Heng Prywan (B.E.2428-2502) who was also ordained by LuangPhor Klan of Wat Prayat (Ayuthaya) was the one who found the manual of creating Phra Phom amulets from a ancient temple in Ayuthaya province,Wat PradooSongDharm.

This manual of creating Phra Phom was shared to Luang Pu Sie by Archan Heng. Although Acharn Heng was 10 years older than LuangPu See, Acharn Heng had high respect to LuangPu See. However, many people mistook Luang Pu Sie as the discisple of Acharn Heng but the former will tell others that Archan Heng is his master.

Phra Phom amulets created by Acharn Heng is the most expensive Phra Phom amulets in Thailand now and Luang Pu Sie was the only monk whom he had requested to bless the amulets. In fact, some of Acharn Heng's Phra Phom amulets bear the handwritten Yant (scripture) of Luang Pu Sie.

Luang Pu Sie passed away peacefully at the age of 88 in 03 February B.E.2526 at 7am.

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Lastest news from Thailand. There will be a thick version book of LP Moon Wat Baan Jaan to be published next year and on expectations, amulets which LP Moon ever consercated will be shown inclusive items from Wat Suthat, Wat Sub Lam Yai, Wat Pah Nom Lom, Wat Baan Jaan etc will have a major price increase then.

i just receive a deal which is photo lockets of LP Moon which was blessed in Be2543 at Wst Sub Lam Yai (abbot is disciple of LP Kway, Wat Korsitaram and LP Moon is also disciple of LP Kway too).

The photo lockets has a pc of Jevon (monk robes) of LP Moon at the cheat and pumped with 3 codes (zoom in to see 3 codes below the monk robe). So don't thought that we ownself go print the photos and laminate to sell, this is NOT my doing and character as many knows. This photo locket is an actual amulet from the temple then.

This locket can be use as replacement for bucha if u wish to worshipped LP Moon. For worshipping wise, every Thursday do offer Pepsi to LP Moon and ask for blessing. And also if can, offer Laab Moo (Golden Mile thai food they sell, can approached if in need and i can snap the photo to show). It also can be placed in cars, offices, handbags etc

Size of photo is 4cm by width and 5cm by height.


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18/04/2016 - Rent it if you can!

Rian M16 Be2513 of LP Pae Wat Pikulthong

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The famous batch Rian M16 of Nur Nawa material. This pc won 2nd placing at recent Sammakorm competition. This batch was chanted by LP Pae of Wat Pikulthong in Be2513


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9pcs of Twin Dragon Be2523 locket of resin mixed wax material of Pek Rongsee 83rd birthday batch of Yellow with tinted Green on front and back of Kamagan batch (committee) which is more rare than red tinted words !!!

Conditions as what being show in pic. I am helping him to release in case some may not mind the condition as a nice pc may cost around 9500 to 10,500thb as per present market if sold by thai dealers at Pantip now (can check with seniors if they are there)


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16pcs of Twin Dragon Be2523 locket of resin mixed wax material of Pek Rongsee 83rd birthday batch of Yellow with tinted Red words on front and back of Kamagan batch (committee).

Conditions as what being show in pic. I am helping him to release in case some may not mind the condition as a nice pc may cost around 9500 to 10,500thb as per present market if sold by thai dealers at Pantip now (can check with seniors if they are there)


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Ghost Pidta (Kraduk Pee) Wat Pho Be2485

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Phra Pidta Kraduk Pee (Ghost Pidta) as chanted by Khmer monk Ajarn Noo at Wat Pho Ta Tian (the temple of sleeping buddha) in Be2485 (74 yrs ago) using bones belong to soldiers, well known, the rich and famous, high authority ppl etc who lose their lives during the Indochine War period.

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17/04/2016 - Rent it if you can!

Rare Cream Color Tinted Bronze wordings Twin Dragon Locket Be2523

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Rare Cream color with Tinted bronze wordings Resin Twin Dragon locket Be2523 of 83rd birthday batch. Front was being gold pasted previously then

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Rare special Phim 2 tone White Face & Black Background Twin Dragon Locket Be2523 No. 2

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Rare 2 tone color Resin Twin Dragon locket Be2523 of 83rd birthday batch. This pc is of Na Khaw Lang Dum meaning White face and black background. Special colors are not normally available which makes me have to really sweep to the max that these goodies could be out.

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1st batch rian of Kruba Kitsana Be2546

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There will be 3 materials available for renting. This batch is 1st medals made in Be2546 during Kruba's 50th birthday. Well consercated then with good experience. Intricate mold and materials used also. A pc with well collection value as if u noticed as a KK fan, so far til now, u don't really see rians are being made and thus made this 1st batch more reasons to collect.

Pictures show in order being Thongdaeng (Copper), Micron Gold (Gold plated) and Pure Silver. Pls kindly note that only The Thep Cham Leng behind the Micron Gold and Pure Silver rians are of Longya (color)

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Roop Meung LP Tim Be2536 of Nurphong Plaai Guman No. 3

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Roop Meung LP Tim of Nurphong Plaai Guman Be2536 of Wat Lahanrai. Mass chanted then with masters like LP Toon Wat Kao Noi Kiliwon, LP Sin Wat Lahanyai and LP Sakon Wat Nong Krub etc

This batch will also be featured in next month publishing of thick book of LP Sin Wat Lahanyai which shows what batches that he chanted. This batch is now scarcely being found as at present thai market, any images bearing LP Tim is shooting high, not to even mentioned those that are chanted by him of cos apart of the recent scam of the so called Be2515 Phra Khunphaeng. Last year those who had got this from me then is a blessing as now the price is few times more than what u had rented !


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Phra Somdej Prok Pho Kannen of Lang Yant Tri of LP Toh Wat Pradoochimplee Be2521

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Phra Somdej Prok Pho (Bodhi leaves hovering Buddha) of Phim Kannen Be2521 of Lang Yant Tri. Material is of Nur Kesorng and this pc is of deep brown with material folding backwards on the left side with no chip off of any part !

Created and chanted by LP Toh of Wat Pradoochimple. Pls be aware that this is a batch of Wat Pradoochimplee itself and NOT that LP Toh chanted and presented to other temples.


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16/04/2016 - Rent it if you can!

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1st batch rian Be2514 of Blok Nityom (famous mold) 4 ket (4 cut lines on the mold as shown) of Luang Pu Jaan Wat Ta Gwen ( Ta Gwen in thai means Buffaflo Cart) of Chao Cheng Sao. Luang Pu is one of the famous old masters who gain highly respect due to his wicha and also contributions made to building of Wat Sorthon temple then. This 1st batch rian has total of 105 kejis chanted as many extended their best respect to Luang Pu Jaan. Some of the famous known ones include

LP Tim Wat Lahanrai
LP Phrom Wat Chongkae
LP See Wat Tham Kao Boon Nak
LP Daeng Wat Kao Bandai It
LP Toh Wat Pradoochimplee
Ajarn Nam Wat Don Sala
Phor Tan Kring Wat Thalungthong
LP Song Wat Chaofasalaloy
LP Mui Don Rai
LP Koon Wat Baan Rai
LP Perm Wat Klang Bangkeow
LP Ngern Wat Don Yai Hom
LP Ya Wat Baan Dan
LP Thob Wat Chong Dan
LP Seng Wat Kalangyamit
LP Kong Wat Wang Sapparod
LP Khaw Wat Tham Chong Phaeng

Are only some part of the 105 monks invited to chant for maximum effects of this batch from all around Thailand !


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Roop Meung LP Tim Be2536 of Nurphong Plaai Guman No. 2

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Roop Meung LP Tim of Nurphong Plaai Guman Be2536 of Wat Lahanrai. Mass chanted then with masters like LP Toon Wat Kao Noi Kiliwon, LP Sin Wat Lahanyai and LP Sakon Wat Nong Krub etc

This batch will also be featured in next month publishing of thick book of LP Sin Wat Lahanyai which shows what batches that he chanted. This batch is now scarcely being found as at present thai market, any images bearing LP Tim is shooting high, not to even mentioned those that are chanted by him of cos apart of the recent scam of the so called Be2515 Phra Khunphaeng. Last year those who had got this from me then is a blessing as now the price is few times more than what u had rented !


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Phra Khunphaeng Ork Seuk White Be2512

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Just happened to found ! Phra Khunphaeng Ork Suek Be2512 of Wat Baan Suan. Chanted by LP Kong and Ajarn Chum Chaikri using their formuale of sacred powder termed as Kong Chai Chum. This batch is widely known as KP Donnie Yen


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15/04/2016 - Rent it if you can!

Rian Kamagan Be2500 of 25 Satawas

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Rian Kamagan (Crest) in it's original form of Be2500, the greatest even in history in celebration of foundation of Buddhism of 2500 yrs also name as 25 Satawas (centuries). Mass chanted by few thousand monks of whole Thailand then. This kamagan rian shows the Dharma wheel (Eightfold Path) with 3 gems in the centre which represents the Triple Gems which is Buddha, the Sangha and the Dharma. A very meaningful pc


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Phra Khunphaeng Jiew (Only 1 particular size was made then) of Nurphong Plaai Guman of Luang Pu Tim Wat Lahanrai. This batch is made by Luang Pu Kaew which is a senior to Luang Pu Tim and was made and consercated by both great masters in Be2518. Pricing of Plaai Guman by Luang Pu Tim is high soaring and i reckon this pc haven the same material but will be in limelight later stage.


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1st batch Phra Somdej Long Phim of Lang Yant Teng (swallow) No. 2

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Phra Somdej Tan Bua (Lotus seat) 1st batch Be2494 of LP Pae Wat Pikulthong of Long Phim (test block) of Lang Yant Teng (swallow yant). This is the very 1st batch of powder amulets made by LP Pae.


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14/04/2016 - Rent it if you can!

Phra Somdej Prok Pho Laiser Be2514 No. 3

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Phra Somdej Prok Pho Be2514 of Laiser version (Tiger Stripes) by LP Pae Wat Pikulthong


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Phra Somdej Pae Pan Be2510 Phim Kannen Kamagan

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2pcs available. The famous 1st Pae Pan Phra Somdej series done by LP Pae of Wat Pikulthong in Be2510 !

This is of Phim Kannen of Kammagan (with gold foil infused) meaning the goldfoil is being placed into the mold and then powder placee in and hand pressed out by LP Pae personally ! All Pae Pan and Pae Song pan somdejs are hand pressed and not machine molds. Comes with original temple box.

Material is of high quatity of old Somdej Wat Rakang powder.


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Phra Khunphaeng Kra Duk Pee 59

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Phra Khunphaeng Kra Duk Pee 59. Material composition includes bones ashes of 59 persons included children, ladies, soldiers, rich man etc from all different types of deaths which Ajarn Phleng which practices Cambodia wicha blessed and let do merits to the spirits within to help devotees.

This pc is of Black color (total 3 types are made) being Black of Nur Wahn Plaai Dum, 2nd rare is white of Phong Puttakhun and the most super rare of Yellow color which is Nur Wahn Dot Thong) which is of white Puttakhun which can see the brown ashes. Consercated in Be2540. Ajarn Phleng passed away in Be2552 at 87yrs old.


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Duan Setthi Be2543 LP Moon of Wat Baan JanPhra Somdej Tansing Be2515 of Full Rainbow (Pink base)

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Another well known and famous batch of LP Pae Wat Pikulthong ! Phra Somdej Tansing (Katoh) Be2515. This pc is of rare pink base Full Rainbow Style with visible gold chip on the face and visible hairs of LP. A champ pc of full rainbow tansing can goes to 550 in pricing !


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13/04/2016 - Rent it if you can!

Pure Silver Twin Dragon locket Pek Rongsee Be2523

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Twin Dragon Locket Be2523 of Loha (metals). This of super rare Silver material and only made 50 pcs !!!

Chanted by Pek Rongsee on 9th August Be2523 on his 83rd Birthday. The unique part is that every pc is melted with 99 pure silver sheets with the famous Yant Kan Fai as written by Pek Rongsee himself and mixed with old holy items mixed as kept by Ah Pek to do these.


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Phra Somdej Tan Bua of Lun Dai Mak Be2509 No. 2

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Phra Somdej Tan Bua Be2509 of Lun Dai Mak. Early batch which was chanted by LP Pae Wat Pikulthong. This pc is of the rare Laiser version (Tiger Stripes)


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Red Copper material Twin Dragon Locker Be2523 No. 2

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Twin dragon lockets of Be2523 of 83rd birthday batch of Red Copper. The metal series are the most high end of the 83rd batch and not easily aquitted unless really have the 'key' to the gateway of the higher devotees of Pek Rongsee. The metal series are as in Real Gold, silvee longya, silver, Red copper and Gelaithong.


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Duan Setthi Be2543 LP Moon of Wat Baan Jan

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The famous batch of Duan Setthi (fortune of Millionaire) Be2543 of the late Luang Pu Moon of Wat Baan Jan !


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12/04/2016 - Rent it if you can!

Red Copper material Be2523 Twin Dragon Locket by Pek Rongsee

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Twin dragon lockets of Be2523 of 83rd birthday batch of Red Copper. The metal series are the most high end of the 83rd batch and not easily aquitted unless really have the 'key' to the gateway of the higher devotees of Pek Rongsee. The metal series are as in Real Gold, silvee longya, silver, Red copper and Gelaithong.


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Phra Tao Wesuan Be2536 of Wat Chulamanee No. 3

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Phra Tao Wesuan Be2536 of Lun Rak Pah (Meaning Love the Forest) as chanted by Phra Ajarn Idd of Wat Chulamanee. Behind is the Yant Baqua which he uses and this batch was chanted together with the 1st batch Nezha and made less then. Comes with original temple box casing.


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Phra Tao Wesuan Be2536 of Wat Chulamanee No. 2

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Phra Tao Wesuan Be2536 of Lun Rak Pah (Meaning Love the Forest) as chanted by Phra Ajarn Idd of Wat Chulamanee. Behind is the Yant Baqua which he uses and this batch was chanted together with the 1st batch Nezha and made less then. Comes with original temple box casing.


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72nd Birthday batch Luang Pu Thuad of Phra Ajarn Nong of Wat Sai Khao. PLS KINDLY NOTE THAT THESE ARE THE VERY RARE PHIM PHRA ROD WHICH ARE NOT COMMONLY FOUND IN THE MARKET !

Made and chanted by him in Be2534. This batch uses the same mold of the famous M16 batch which was made in the same year (earlier in terms of months) except that the material is different(this batch is of Nur Wahn aka herbs with old powder of Be2497 which was chanted by his senior, the great Phra Ajarn Tim who made the very 1st Luang Pu Thuad images in history). The reason why the famous M16 was named as the case of a truck driver was being attacked by bandits at Southern Thailand and uses M16 to shoot the entire truck to honeycomb while the driver having bullet holes on his shirt but none of the rounds went thru.

The original M16 is of grey powder and with no chop behind while the 72nd Birthday batch is of Nur Wahn materials and with chop behind stating '72 Ser Yit' but nowadays, many new generation dealers will uses this batch and tell others that this is M16 which is of wrong info (in fact i had posted the differences of the 2 molds abt 2 years ago on my timeline of the other acc and Bro Jolson Tan is the only person who got it right when i ask abt the differences). And also many of this was remake later after Phra Ajarn Nong passed away in Be2542 then (even there are new ones selling at Wat Sai Khao now which are darker in colors).


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72nd Birthday batch Luang Pu Thuad of Phra Ajarn Nong of Wat Sai Khao. Made and chanted by him in Be2534. This batch uses the same mold of the famous M16 batch which was made in the same year (earlier in terms of months) except that the material is different(this batch is of Nur Wahn aka herbs with old powder of Be2497 which was chanted by his senior, the great Phra Ajarn Tim who made the very 1st Luang Pu Thuad images in history). The reason why the famous M16 was named as the case of a truck driver was being attacked by bandits at Southern Thailand and uses M16 to shoot the entire truck to honeycomb while the driver having bullet holes on his shirt but none of the rounds went thru.

The original M16 is of grey powder and with no chop behind while the 72nd Birthday batch is of Nur Wahn materials and with chop behind stating '72 Ser Yit' but nowadays, many new generation dealers will uses this batch and tell others that this is M16 which is of wrong info (in fact i had posted the differences of the 2 molds abt 2 years ago on my timeline of the other acc and Bro Jolson Tan is the only person who got it right when i ask abt the differences). And also many of this was remake later after Phra Ajarn Nong passed away in Be2542 then (even there are new ones selling at Wat Sai Khao now which are darker in colors).


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11/04/2016 - Rent it if you can!

Rare Orange Tinted Red Wordings Twin Dragon Locket Resin Be2523

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Rare Orange color with red tinted wordings Resin Twin Dragon locket Be2523 of 83rd birthday batch.


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Rare Peach Tinted Red Words Twin Dragon Locket Resin Be2523

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Rare Peach color tinted red wordings Resin Twin Dragon locket Be2523 of 83rd birthday batch.


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Phra Somdej Roop Meung Somdej Ajarn Toh of Nur Kesorng with powder from old Somdej Wat Rakang powder. ONLY 1 type of material was made then.

This batch was consercated in Be2515 (100 yrs recognition of Wat Rakang) by LP Pae Wat Pikulthong as LP was being ordained there when at very young age before moving back to Singburi then thus having great affliation with Wat Rakang and great respect for Somdej Ajarn Toh.


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Phayant Chakrawan Pidta Phapakan Be2532 of 1st batch chanted by Ajarn Khun Pan at Wat Sri Mahatat, Nakhon Simitharat. Ajarn Khun Pan uses the method of inviting the famous 1st batch of Om Phor Jatukarm made as in Be2530. Well kept and every pc has yant written behind by Ajarn Khun Pan. This phayant is to be hang in house, shops and offices and exactly can be used as Jatukarm for fortune, luck and avoid disasters, prevent bad luck etc


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Phra Khunphaeng Lang Kumanthong Be2548

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The famous batch of Phra Khunphaeng Lang Kumanthong of LP Poon Wat Pailom. This is of real silver mask and lead material. This is the last batch of LP Poon chanted on the eve of Vesak Day in Be2548 which he was then rush to hospital and passed away on Vesak day itself. In the market, this batch was widely termed as the Coffin batch recently (i don't know where this name was given as those days at my time, we simply termed it as Lun Suk Thai meaning last batch). To my speculation, i supposed the name was being termed as this batch was actually being placed under the coffin of LP Poon then for 'him' to consercate it again during the funeral wake before release.


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10/04/2016 - Rent it if you can!

Rare Green with tinted greed wordings Twin Dragon Locket Be2523

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Rare Green with Tinted green wordings Resin Twin Dragon locket Be2523 of 83rd birthday batch.


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Rare special Phim 2 tone White Face & Black Background Twin Dragon Locket Be2523

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Rare 2 tone color Resin Twin Dragon locket Be2523 of 83rd birthday batch. This pc is of Na Khaw Lang Dum meaning White face and black background. Special colors are not normally available which makes me have to really sweep to the max that these goodies could be out.


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LP Ngern Be2515 of Wat Bangklan

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The most popular batch of LP Ngern known. This is the popular made Be2515 LP Ngern of Wat Bangklan. Very much sought after for those who like LP Ngern ! This pc is wrapped in waterproofed 90% thai gold casing.


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1st batch Rian Be2530 Of LP Sakon Wat Nong Krub

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A rather rare item and not commonly seen in the market. This is the 1st batch rian of LO Sakon Wat Nong Krub. This is of limited made Nur Farbart material (melted from covers of alm bowls). This batch was chanted together with the 1st batch Phra Khunphaeng then.


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09/04/2016 - Rent it if you can!

Phra Prathan Kep Bua Yai Be2521 of LP Toh Wat Pradoochimplee

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Phra Prathan Kep Bua Yai Be2521 of Nur Kersong. Made and chanted by LP Toh of Wat . Material as in similiar to Pidta Jumbo 2. This pc in great conditions with folded sides at few areas in the back area. Behind is the famous Yant Tri of LP Toh.


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Somdej Roop Meung LP Tim of Wat Nong Kan Nam Be2515

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Phra Somdej LP Tim of Wat Nong Kan Nam Be2515. Made and chanted by LP Tim of Wat Lahanrai. The most expensive phim in the series of this batch. This pc is 90% thai gold wrapped ready.


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Phra Pidta Lang Nang Kwak of LP Derm Wat Nongpho

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Rare and made less. Phra Pidta Lang Nang Kwak of Ivory material chanted in Be2482 of LP Derm of Wat Nongpho, Nakhon Sawan province. This pc comes with 90% waterproofed thai gold casing.

Those in collection for long will heard of this great master who is famous for his Mitmor. This pc comes with authencity card of Thai Images Association in Nakhon Sawan province which supply judges to Sammakorn for competitions having LP Derm cateogaries involved.


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08/04/2016 - Rent it if you can!

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Phra Somdej Kannen Lang Yant Thor of Wat Bo Win, Amphoe Sriratcha, Chonburi province. This batch was chanted in Be2518 by the late Luang Pu Tim of Wat Lahanrai and donated to the temple for building funds.

Materials composition includes his famous Phong Plaai Guman, his hair, his shredded monks robes, saisin (holy chanted strings for ceremony which he had used) and sacred powder formulae of himself to make. This batch composition is the same material as the famous Roop Meung Jaan Loi (UFO aka Floating Dish) as shown in the book of LP Tim.


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This batch was made in commeration of completence of the new temple at Wat Sorthon. In the temple, there are 2 shrines, which the old one and also a newer one inside, if those that went before should knows what i mean.

This batch was then being summoned and order by the Prime Minister then, General Wanchai who is also a devotee of LP Sorthon and delegated this task to the late Supreme Patrich Yensangwon of Wat Bowan to gather 109 monks. This is one of the few batches made in history of LP Sorthon amulets with 2 Warak means 2 terms of consercations.

The mold pouring ceremony for this batch was conducted at Wat Bowon on 27th Oct Be2532 which then 109 great monks as specially selected from all over Thailand then at that era (as is a major ceremony, great masters of known wicha will for sure be invited) for 2 separate ceremonies on 26th April Be2533 at Wat Bowon and 25th May Be2533 at Wat Sorthon and was released then (do note that the boxes were printed as 26th April Be2533 as it was all done and made then during 1st consercation)

The material for today's promo is of Nur Nawa (mixes alloy of 9 precious metals) and every pc was then coded with running numbers. The infor for this batch can be found at the main website of LP Sorthon in Thailand.


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1st batch 三官大帝 aka Sa Guan Da Tey of Ajarn Wut. This is of Alpaka material (silver mixed with lead) and just released last month.

For more details of these deities, can refer to

http://www.yes1798.com/神佛祭典節慶/6.asp

The yant behind will not be weird to u guys after seeing much of Pek Rongsee amulets. As many will thought that Ajarn Wut copied the yant but Infact he too learnt this wicha from ancient tamlar and is the same purpose of Pek Rongsee uses this Tao and 奇门偱甲 yant as recorded in ancient scripts and is a yant by these 3 deities which control the Sky, the land and the sea and this yant can effective helps adjust elements and als help the wearer to clear off obstacles, avoid disasters, for safety, for gd health, for fortune and luck.


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Phra Pidta Wat Sala Kreung Be2521

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Phra Pidta Jumbo Nur Bailan of Kamagan Style, popular mold of Kang Wut (on the front both sides) and Lang Yant Duang.

This batch was prepared by LP Toh of Wat Pradoochimplee himself since Be2520 and the purpose was made to fully donate to Wat Sala Kreung as building funds. The consercation was held on 2nd September Be2521 and by Luang Pu Toh using same materials as his Jumbo 2 materials for His own main temple.

This batch was chanted twice in the same day on both ceremonies in the morning (7am to 9am) and late evening (6:30pm to 9:30pm) which each session of sitting meditation for 2 hrs while chanting which the night session ended with sudden lightning strikes which Luang Pu Toh commented that this is indeed an holy sacred batch.

Market price is closed to 20 to 23k thb (800plus) for a real pc of Kamagan reason being LP Toh collectors had since starting keeping then for investment and also it can able to replace the Pidta Jumbo which is much more ex (as it is from the main temple)....again fakes already out (abt 4k thb as i had seen) due to raising value and many thai dealers are selling.


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Duan Setthi Be2543 of Luang Pu Moon Wat Baan Jan

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The famous batch of Luang Pu Moon Wat Baan Jaan. Duan Setthi aka 'Fortune of Millionaire' chanted in Be2543. This pc is well condition kept with water proofed gold wrapped casing.


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Phra Khunphaeng Be2546 Pink meat silver tarkut Phim Lek

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This is a really a rare pc. PHIM LEK Be2546 of pink meat and silver takrut of LP Sakorn of Wat Nong Krub. This small phim is not commonly found. Wrapped in waterproofed thai gold.


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LP Koon Wat Baan Rai 2nd batch medal Be2517

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Rian 2nd batch of the late venerable LP Koon of Wat Baan Rai.

This mold is of Blok Ha Taek meaning '5 is broken'. If u notice the behind, the thai numerical ๕ (5 as in thai) at 5 O'clock position has a split line across. Easy to verify and the front is being longyant by LP Koon then.


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Phra Prathan Kep Bua Yai (Lotus petal of large phim)

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Phra Prathan Kep Bua Yai Be2521 of Nur Kersong. Made and chanted by LP Toh of Wat Pradoochimplee. Material as in similiar to Pidta Jumbo 2. This pc in great conditions with folded sides at few areas in the back area. Behind is the famous Yant Tri of LP Toh.

Amulet comes with open closed type pure 925 silver casing


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LP Ngern Be2528 Broken Gun batch

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Luang Pho Ngern Be2528 Roop Lor Sangkatjai of Broken Gun batch aka Bphen Dtaek.

Whilst many series of Luang Phor Ngern amulets are priced more than 1,000,000 baht/each, the Be 2528 pims are considerably less expensive yet considered equally as powerful.

Indeed these amulets gained the name Bpern Dtaek or Broken gun after the power of the amulets was tested with a handgun which on the day of the trial refused to discharge any ammunition

The BE 2528 batch of Luang Phor Ngern (Bpern Dtaek) amulets are considered amongst the most famous of all LP Ngern batches along with the BE 2515 batch.


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4pcs of Twin Dragon Be2523 locket of resin mixed wax material (dark yellow color) of Pek Rongsee 83rd birthday batch.

The original color is yellow but he kept it on his top altar and conditions was tarnished by dust from the leaded roof and tea stains and thus being such conditions (u can try to remove the stains to expose the original color & honestly i only kept those nicer conditions if u guys notice) but i am helping him to release in case some may not mind the condition as a nice pc may cost around 8500 to 9500thb as per present market if sold by thai dealers at Pantip now (can check with seniors if they are there)


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Rian Sema Be2517 of LP Toh Wat Pradoochimplee (gold wrapped)

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Rian Sema Lang Yant Tri Be2517 of LP Toh Wat Pradoochimplee (wrapped in old gold casing).


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Phra Somdej Wat Rakang Phim Yai Be2545 in of 214yrs birthday of Somdej Toh Prommarangsri. This batch is now in favour among the collectors of LP Moon Wat Baan Jaan as he was being invited then to ne involve in the chanting of this batch.

This batch was chanted on 17th April Be2545 (actual date birth of Somdej Toh) from 1900hrs to 2200hrs then. Powder from old somdej and also sacred materials from many temples donated (is a big ceremony as 214th birthday batch)


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Rian 86th birthday batch Be2536 of LP Liew Wat Raitangthong

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Rian Sey Yit 86 (86th birthday) batch of LP Liew Wat Raitangthong. Made and blessed by LP Liew in Be2536. Behind having the famous signature yant of Yant Tao Lien


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Present to u, the 3rd batch rian of Zhang Tian Shi (張天师) by Archan Wut. Material is of Nur Alpaka (silver mixed with lead). Made and chanted in Be2559 this year.

For history of Zhang Tian Shi, pls refer to this link

https://zh.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/张天师

These batches are made with ancient formulae of inviting Zhang Tian Shi by Archan Wut who like Pek Rongsee is a Chinese Thai who learn wicha and also a disciple of the Tao clan and of Zhang Tian Shi in Taiwan.

The special thing of this rian is that once u wear, is yours and cannot be transfer to others. Means once wear before, u r the owner.

Functions include receiving help from Zhang Tian Shi, great luck, smooth sailing, avoid danger and have protection from his guardians and great metta.

As experience was much involved from the 1st and 2bd batch then, this 3rd is a hybrid of them both meaning using the front image of 1st batch and the back image of 2nd batch to get the best of both.


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06/04/2016 - Rent it if you can!

Rare Green 'Glow in the Dark' Be2523 Twin Dragon locket resin

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Rare Green 'Glow in the dark' Resin Twin Dragon locket Be2523 of 83rd birthday batch. Maybe i may name it as 'Luminox' series as i had personally tried it and it is still in well glowing conditions.


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Rian Maha Larp of the late LP Koon of Wat Baan Rai of Be2536. Maha Larp as in thai language mean great luck and great prosperity.


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Rian Yod Nam Be2537 LP Pern Wat Bangphra

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Rian Yod Nam (water drop) Lab Rien (receive bestow) Be2537 of LP Pern Wat Bangphra. This batch was chanted by LP in celebration for receiving bestow by the 9th King. Material is Gelaitong (copper gold plated)


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Phra Somdej Song Krut of Chedi batch LP Parn Wat Bangnomkor

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This batch is a chedi batch meaning made in the Be2460 period and placed into the chedi as will by LP Parn til was discovered in Be2533 period. Material composition wise is similiar except that the phim is larger with border. Price wise much cheaper than the usual batch which cost thousands. A gd amulet for wearing and for the blessing of LP Parn Wat Bangnomkor


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Rian CP Be2521 No. 3

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Rian CP Be2521 of Pek Rongsee. Original condition with original skin and not deface. This will soon raise in price as now Sammakorn (Thailand Association of Buddha ) had also approved this batch as another competition catoegary.


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05/04/2016 - Rent it if you can!

Special Rare Crystaline Red Twin Dragon locket Be2523

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Rare Red translucent Crystaline Resin Twin Dragon locket Be2523 of 83rd birthday batch.


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LP Ngern Be2525 of Nickel Plated

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An earlier batch than Broken Gun. A rare Be2525 LP Ngern of Nickel plated material. Nice and beautiful in it's original coating


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3pcs of Twin Dragon Be2523 locket of resin mixed wax material (white color) of Pek Rongsee 83rd birthday batch.

The original color is yellow but he kept it on his top altar and conditions was tarnished by dust from the leaded roof and tea stains and thus being such conditions (u can try to remove the stains to expose the original color & honestly i only kept those nicer conditions if u guys notice) but i am helping him to release in case some may not mind the condition as a nice pc may cost around 8500 to 9500thb as per present market if sold by thai dealers at Pantip now (can check with seniors if they are there)


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2pcs of Twin Dragon Be2523 locket of resin mixed wax material (light yellow color) of Pek Rongsee 83rd birthday batch.

The original color is yellow but he kept it on his top altar and conditions was tarnished by dust from the leaded roof and tea stains and thus being such conditions (u can try to remove the stains to expose the original color & honestly i only kept those nicer conditions if u guys notice) but i am helping him to release in case some may not mind the condition as a nice pc may cost around 8500 to 9500thb as per present market if sold by thai dealers at Pantip now (can check with seniors if they are there)


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Phra Khunphaeng Be2547 LP Rit Wat Chom La Prathan

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Very limited pcs of only 108pcs was made then in Be2547. Phra Khunphaeng 2nd batch of special by LP Rit Wat Chom La Prathan with 9 real gold and with Plaai Guman, Wan Senah, 7 holy soils of sacred grounds, his monk robes and hair etc

Present market price is abt 25k thb (it only 2500thb during temple reservation in Be2547 then as shown in attacted catalogue) but prices was up becos of gd experiences and also the passing on of LP Rit.


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Phra Khunphaeng Ork Seuk Red special phim LAST PC

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At present, Phra Khunphaeng Ork Seuk Be2512 of white kong chai chum powder is already consider rare and not to mention abt the red.

This is the special phim of this batch which bears the twin holy sabre of ancient thai warriors which termed Lang Dab and was ONLY made in red color being mixed with the famous natural substance called Wan Sa Bot Liet which is the form of a plant having the roots in the form of a bulb (like onions) which when slit flows out a red liquid (blood color and thus it is termed as Liet) which ancient masters uses these to make amulets or add into ink Sakyant to add in the natural power of it.


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Phra Somdej Phim Kannen Lang Shivali

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Phra Somdej Phim Kannen (small phim) Lang Phra Shivali Be2515 of Nurphong Bailan of LP Kway of Wat Korsitaram.


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LP Ngern Be2528 'Broken Gun' batch Last Pc

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Luang Pho Ngern Be2528 Roop Lor Sangkatjai of Broken Gun batch aka Bphen Dtaek.

Whilst many series of Luang Phor Ngern amulets are priced more than 1,000,000 baht/each, the Be 2528 pims are considerably less expensive yet considered equally as powerful.

Indeed these amulets gained the name Bpern Dtaek or Broken gun after the power of the amulets was tested with a handgun which on the day of the trial refused to discharge any ammunition

The BE 2528 batch of Luang Phor Ngern (Bpern Dtaek) amulets are considered amongst the most famous of all LP Ngern batches along with the BE 2515 batch.

Today they are immensely popular in Thailand not only because they represent excellent value for money but also because they are thought highly efficacious having been blessed by some very prominent monks, including Luang Phor Cheua.

Luang Phor Cheua Chantagoh officially named Phra Kru Visuthiranyapong, was born on February 4th, B.E.2472 during the reign of King Rama VII.

He became a student of Luang Phor Jae, Abbot of Wat North Bang Klan temple, and close friend of Luang Phor Ngern. Wat North Bang Klan was the residence of Luang Phor Ngern before he moved to Wat Bang Klan. Indeed they were together for almost three years.

Luang Phor Jae was considered one of the very best Keji Ajahns to have created small Buddha images possessing a true and precise knowledge of the aakom or magic required to mix together all the constituents that were required to create Neua Loha or the sacred alloy. This is more than just an understanding of the components but a deep knowledge of Katha Aakom and a considerable Pralangjit or mental power.

In fact Luang Phor Jae was considered to be a pra aranwaasee having originated from a secretive sect of jungle monks who studied deep meditation and mental power and control. He was the monk that created the small Buddha image made from Neua Loha which covered a base of clay.

In fact it is recorded that he would create the small buddha images whilst Luang Phor Ngern took the responsibility of blessing them.

In the year BE 2528 Luang Phor Cheua from Wat South Bang Klan agreed to create a new series of Luang Phor Ngern pims.

He collected a large amount of sacred materials from Wat Prasart, located 300 metres from Wat Kong Karam, and in particular ancient amulets which he combined with amulets originally created by Luang Phor Ngern, such as Pim Niyom, Pim Keedta and Pim Job

It is said that a number of strange occurrences were associated with the production of these new pims.

According to literature the base materials could not be moved to the position of the moulds and a prayer to Luang Phor Ngern was required before they could be moved.

In addition although the furnaces were heated to excess of 1000 degrees centigrade much of the material would not smelt until another prayer to Luang Phor Ngern resolved the problem Many associate this particular event to the power of the original LP Ngern amulets which were a component part.

This series of amulets was created to raise funds towards the repair of the Temple edition consecrated in B.E.2528 (AD 1985) that is equally marvelous following the “Bpern Dtak” Be 2515 success is another example provided here.

This is a highly acclaimed old style model using traditional casting method to melt down the metal. It is said that this Be 2528 batch contained mixture of highly sacred Luang Phor Ngern’s old amulets.

During the smelting process heating up to 1000 degrees centigrade, the metals couldn’t melt down. A special prayer to Luang Phor Ngern had managed to resolved this matter. Many people had associated this miraculous event to the power of Luang Phor Ngern’s old amulets which formed a component material in this batch.


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04/04/2016 - Rent it if you can!

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Many may misunderstand that this is Be2517 Phra Somdej Tan Sam (Jackie Chan) of LP Pae Wat Pilulthong. This batch is Phra Somdej Phim Yai 3 tier Be2518 of LP Pae. Chanted same ceremony as the Be2517 but release later in Be2518. Materials composition is 100% similiar.


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LP Ngern Be2528 ' Broken Gun' batch No. 2

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Luang Pho Ngern Be2528 Roop Lor Sangkatjai of Broken Gun batch aka Bphen Dtaek.

Whilst many series of Luang Phor Ngern amulets are priced more than 1,000,000 baht/each, the Be 2528 pims are considerably less expensive yet considered equally as powerful.

Indeed these amulets gained the name Bpern Dtaek or Broken gun after the power of the amulets was tested with a handgun which on the day of the trial refused to discharge any ammunition

The BE 2528 batch of Luang Phor Ngern (Bpern Dtaek) amulets are considered amongst the most famous of all LP Ngern batches along with the BE 2515 batch.

Today they are immensely popular in Thailand not only because they represent excellent value for money but also because they are thought highly efficacious having been blessed by some very prominent monks, including Luang Phor Cheua.

Luang Phor Cheua Chantagoh officially named Phra Kru Visuthiranyapong, was born on February 4th, B.E.2472 during the reign of King Rama VII.

He became a student of Luang Phor Jae, Abbot of Wat North Bang Klan temple, and close friend of Luang Phor Ngern. Wat North Bang Klan was the residence of Luang Phor Ngern before he moved to Wat Bang Klan. Indeed they were together for almost three years.

Luang Phor Jae was considered one of the very best Keji Ajahns to have created small Buddha images possessing a true and precise knowledge of the aakom or magic required to mix together all the constituents that were required to create Neua Loha or the sacred alloy. This is more than just an understanding of the components but a deep knowledge of Katha Aakom and a considerable Pralangjit or mental power.

In fact Luang Phor Jae was considered to be a pra aranwaasee having originated from a secretive sect of jungle monks who studied deep meditation and mental power and control. He was the monk that created the small Buddha image made from Neua Loha which covered a base of clay.

In fact it is recorded that he would create the small buddha images whilst Luang Phor Ngern took the responsibility of blessing them.

In the year BE 2528 Luang Phor Cheua from Wat South Bang Klan agreed to create a new series of Luang Phor Ngern pims.

He collected a large amount of sacred materials from Wat Prasart, located 300 metres from Wat Kong Karam, and in particular ancient amulets which he combined with amulets originally created by Luang Phor Ngern, such as Pim Niyom, Pim Keedta and Pim Job

It is said that a number of strange occurrences were associated with the production of these new pims.

According to literature the base materials could not be moved to the position of the moulds and a prayer to Luang Phor Ngern was required before they could be moved.

In addition although the furnaces were heated to excess of 1000 degrees centigrade much of the material would not smelt until another prayer to Luang Phor Ngern resolved the problem Many associate this particular event to the power of the original LP Ngern amulets which were a component part.

This series of amulets was created to raise funds towards the repair of the Temple edition consecrated in B.E.2528 (AD 1985) that is equally marvelous following the “Bpern Dtak” Be 2515 success is another example provided here.

This is a highly acclaimed old style model using traditional casting method to melt down the metal. It is said that this Be 2528 batch contained mixture of highly sacred Luang Phor Ngern’s old amulets.

During the smelting process heating up to 1000 degrees centigrade, the metals couldn’t melt down. A special prayer to Luang Phor Ngern had managed to resolved this matter. Many people had associated this miraculous event to the power of Luang Phor Ngern’s old amulets which formed a component material in this batch.


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1st batch Rian Be2519 (Blok Nityom) of Pek Rongsee

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1st batch rian Be2519 (Blok Nityom) of Pek Rongsee. Conditions abt 70% good. Due some minor period of worn conditions.


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Phra Khunphaeng Ork Suerk Red special phim No. 2

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At present, Phra Khunphaeng Ork Seuk Be2512 of white kong chai chum powder is already consider rare and not to mention abt the red.

This is the special phim of this batch which bears the twin holy sabre of ancient thai warriors which termed Lang Dab and was ONLY made in red color being mixed with the famous natural substance called Wan Sa Bot Liet which is the form of a plant having the roots in the form of a bulb (like onions) which when slit flows out a red liquid (blood color and thus it is termed as Liet) which ancient masters uses these to make amulets or add into ink Sakyant to add in the natural power of it.


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03/04/2016 - Rent it if you can!

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20pcs of Twin Dragon Be2523 locket of resin mixed wax material of Pek Rongsee 83rd birthday batch of Yellow with tinted Green and Red words on front and back of Kamagan batch (committee) which is more rare than red tinted words !!!

Conditions as what being show in pic. I am helping him to release in case some may not mind the condition as a nice pc may cost around 9500 to 10,500thb as per present market if sold by thai dealers at Pantip now (can check with seniors if they are there)


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02/04/2016 - Rent it if you can!

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This is a charity drive for the rebuilding of Wat Pah Koon Yang at Trak Province as mentioned in my earlier introduction on this charity event as organised by the relatives of the late Pek Rongsee to gain funds for the restructuring of the temple and the main

This project was involve helping to make concrete staircases from the bottom to the hilltop which this forest tradition temple in Trak province as was badly worn thru erosion by years and make it inaccessible for devotees to visit the temple then. Thus i am using my portions to help as per steps of staircase is abt 300thb to be repaired not inclusive of new steel handrails and also lastest update was the kuti (monks quarters) are badly ruined too and the excess will be use to do that portion of it.Thus the relatives and myself will be making the donations under the name of Pek Rongsee for the temple.

as discussed with the seniors, in order to repay the kindness of u guys, i feel that we should in return let all to have good items that is blessed by Pek Rongsee which will be more meaningful and hope his baramee will bring more smoothness in life to those who contribute to temple making and gain merits

The charity package will be involve 3 items being

(1) 1st batch Roop Lor Be2521 of Gelaitong

(2) 1st batch Roop Lor of Nur Nawa

(3) Phayant of 1 kar


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Phra Pidta 1st batch Be2513 of LP Pae Wat Pikultong

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Phra Pidta 1st batch Be2513 of Laiser (Tiger stripes) of LP Pae Wat Pikulthong. Well kept and pumped complete. With nice even lines


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Phra Pidta 1st batch Be2513 of LP Pae Wat Pikultong

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Phra Pidta 1st batch Be2513 of Laiser (Tiger stripes) of LP Pae Wat Pikulthong. Well kept and pumped complete


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Phra Somdej Kaiser Wor Por Or Be2515 Nur Kesorng 108 pollen grains. Made and chanted by LP Pae Wat Pikulthong, Singburi


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Phra Naprok Be2525 of LP Pae Wat Pikulthong

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Phra Naprok (Saturday buddha) Be2525 of LP Pae Wat Pikulthong. This pc is of well kept conditions with visible hair of LP himself.


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Phra Khunphaeng Ork Seuk Red special phim No. 1

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At present, Phra Khunphaeng Ork Seuk Be2512 of white kong chai chum powder is already consider rare and not to mention abt the red.

This is the special phim of this batch which bears the twin holy sabre of ancient thai warriors which termed Lang Dab and was ONLY made in red color being mixed with the famous natural substance called Wan Sa Bot Liet which is the form of a plant having the roots in the form of a bulb (like onions) which when slit flows out a red liquid (blood color and thus it is termed as Liet) which ancient masters uses these to make amulets or add into ink Sakyant to add in the natural power of it.


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The famous batch of Phra Somdej Prok Pho (Somdej under Bodhi tree) Be2514 of 108 pollen grains (Nur kesorng) of Luang Phor Pae Wat Pikulthong of Phim Yai.


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01/04/2016 - Rent it if you can!

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Introducing another great master which was quite respectable in Thailand. His skills and wicha are being received from his master and preceptor which is being the famous mitmor maker LP Derm of Wat Nong Pho, Nakhon Sawan.

This master which i am introducing is the late LP Joy of Wat Sri Udom Phon of Nakhon Sawan. Ordained from young under LP Derm and learnt the magical skills of yants, making of mitmor (magical knives), making of singha and making of chinjok. Items of LP Joy is not so easily available as many was kept by devotees which have great affliation for him due to his great metta and baramee. Much sporeans was known abt this monk only til later part of his years in Be2547 to Be2549 that people learnt abt him which the sacred items made bring efacious effects. One of the well respected master.

This is the only batch of 2-tail Chinjok which was made of Nur Nawa mixed with the famous Lek Nam Pee (the natural ore found in caves of Uttaradit which is a must in making magical knives) which can prevent entering of evil magic and also enhance the natural effects of the magic. For functions of sales, metta senah (opposite sex attraction), great charisma and luck. This batch was consercated in Be2549 on his 94th Birthday. LP passed away peacefully on 16th April Be2550 (9 years ago) thus leaving this batch as his last batch of sacred amulets made.


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Phra Pidta Jumbo 2 with Gold wrapping

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The famous Phra Pidta Jumbo 2 of Nurphong Bailan Be2521 chanted by Luang Pu Toh of Wat Pradoochimplee. Encased in 90% thai gold casing.


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