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Medal of Luang Phor Klan, Wat Phayatigaram

Posted in Amazing Monk amulets, LP Klan with tags , , , on November 12, 2014 by ahaina

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DSC07061  Medal of Luang Phor Klan

Wat Phayatigaram


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Luang Phor Klan of Wat Phayatigaram. Ayuttaya  (Overall Champion)

B.E 2390 ~ B.E 2477

The Top 10 monks of Thailand had many versions & many assumptions being discussed in many amulet’s forums which none of its version was confirmed & recognized in Thailand.

The one & only version that was fully recognized by old veterans coll…ectors in Thailand, was the one i had published.

It was not fully recorded but “The ceremony of Magic & Mental Power competition held in Year 2452 ” had been spreading down to this generation from the old veterans collector. It was happened in the Year 2452 in Nakon Phatom Province.

At that time the supreme Patriarch Somdet Pra SangKaarat (Kay)

of Wat Bowonniwet (Chief monks of Thailand) issued a invitation to all temples in all provinces to send representative mo…nk with high Wittayaakom (magic) & Palangjit(mental power) to participate of exchanges of knowledges in Wittayaakom (magic) & Palangjit (mental power), at the same time there will be a test of the power between the monks.

The response were overwhelmed as hundreds of monks from different provinces attended the ceremony which held beside at Wat Phra Pathtom Chedi for a period of 3 days & 3 nights. There was a most important & toughest event which monks had to use their mental power to move a carpenter’s plane from a starting point till a designated point & at the same time the monk had to use his mental power to move back the carpent…er’s plane from the designated point to the starting point. On this test ,many monks were able to use their mental power to move the carpenter’s plane from starting point to designated point BUT most of the monks failed to move it back from the designated point to starting point.

Except only 10 highly skilled monks passed the test. The 10 highly skilled monks as follows: LP Klan of Wat Phayatigaram.Ayuttaya. (Overall Champion)

LP Boon of Wat KangBanKeow. Nakon Phatom (Overall 2nd)

LP Suk of Wat MakhamTao.Chinat (Overall 3rd)

LP Yaim of Wat Nang.Bangkok (Overall 4th)

LP Ngern of Way BangKlann.Phicit (Overall 5th)

LP Taa of Wat Paniangdtaek.Nakon Phatom.(Overall 6th)

LP Tong of Wat KaoGaBotWaaSee.Nakon Sawan.(Overall 7th)

LP Pan of Wat Banghia. Samut Phrakam.(Overall 8th)

LP Yim of Wat Nongbua.Khachanaburi.(Overall 9th)

LP Jon of Wat Don-Ruap.Chumpon,(Overall 10th)


The First Medals of Wat Changhai, B.E.2500

Posted in Amazing Monk amulets, Phra Luangpu Thuad, Wat Changhai with tags , , , , , , on September 14, 2014 by ahaina


The First Medals of Wat Changhai

Phra LuangPu Thuad (Copper made)

created by Acarya Tim


AJ Tim 4

Luang Phor Prok, B.E.2484

Posted in Amazing Monk amulets, Miscellaneous 各形色佛牌 with tags , , , on July 13, 2014 by ahaina


Luang Phor Prok


Herbal made

Wat Lopa



Luang Phor Prok

Posted in Amazing Monk amulets, Miscellaneous 各形色佛牌 with tags , , , on July 13, 2014 by ahaina


Luang Phor Prok

 Herbal made 


Wat Lopa


Phra LuangPhor Doem

Posted in Amazing Monk amulets, Luang Phor Doem with tags , , , , on July 12, 2014 by ahaina


Luang Phor Doem

Holy Powder made


Wat NongPhoo


Lp DoemLuang Phor Doem : BE. 2403 – 2494  ( AD 1860 – 1951 )


Medal of Luang Phor Dum, Wat Du Yong

Posted in Amazing Monk amulets, Miscellaneous 各形色佛牌 with tags , , , , , on July 11, 2014 by ahaina


Medal of LP Dum

1st Batch

created by LP Dum


Wat Du Yong 


Ajahn Dum IMG_1707

LP Dum


Posted in Amazing Monk amulets, Miscellaneous 各形色佛牌 with tags , , , , , , on December 21, 2012 by ahaina



created by LP PINA – 1st Batch

銮菩 匹那 第一帮幸运星

銮菩匹那 大师法相

銮菩匹那 庙寺原貌

雷電擊中后的 銮菩匹那廟寺



2012年10月15日 師傅的金身會從佛塔裡請出來供奉在廟裡。

銮菩匹那 師傅 的不朽肉身


銮菩匹那 大师法相

Luang Phor Pinad – Star Amulets

Although Luang Phor Pina Piyataro passed away several years ago, his name and amulets are as highly respected today as they were then. Amongst his many devotees are soldiers, physicians, police, etc.

It is thought that as a monk he had achieved  high-level meditation and Dharma. Extraordinarily even when he passed away he was sitting in meditation.  
As a monk he dedicated a lifetime cultivating and conquering his own mind to such an extent that he attained liberation from suffering by the attainment of the unconditioned, a state beyond the realms of what is commonly known. An ability to control the inner power of the mind.
His sacred amulets have always been of interest to many people from many walks of life, but the popularity became particularly widespread when news of his miraculous passing was made public.It is generally accepted that his incredible meditative power translated into highly efficacious amulets.
He learnt Dhama and sacred sciences from many senior monks, a topic I will discuss in the second part of this article in a few weeks

Luang Phor Pina never requested money or other forms of donation from the public or indeed those that worshipped him. Despite that Wat Sanomlao received a considerable  income because it was generally recognized that he was a virtuous monk , pure in mind and spirit and that any donations would be wisely used towards helping those that need it most. A trust that was proven time and time again.
Luang Phor Pina Piyataro passed away in B. E.2545. He only created a limited number of amulets throughout his life but all of them are highly sought after, some now fetching well in excess of 100,000 Baht.

Luang Phor Jong

Posted in Amazing Monk amulets with tags , , on October 31, 2012 by ahaina


Luang Phor Jong B.E.2506

Wat Prasat

Rian Luang Phor Chuen, Wat Yannsen

Posted in Amazing Monk amulets with tags , , , , on October 7, 2012 by ahaina

Rian Luang Phor Chuen – NaWaLoHa

created by LP Chuen

Wat Yannsen B.E.2545


Phra Khunpan

Phra Khunpan 

Wat Yannsen 1st batch

created by LP Chuen


Luang Phor Kob, (Roop Lor) Wat Tham Salika

Posted in Amazing Monk amulets with tags , , , on July 26, 2012 by ahaina

Luang Phor Kob

Wat Tham Salika


Luang Phor Kob is ranked as one of the most famous Thai guru monk by Thai people. No one knew exactly where he came from and when he was born. However, most people believed that he came from China’s Yunnan Province and he was a Hokkien by dialect.

The lift story of him is filled with mysteries and miracles. Luang Phor Kob stayed in Wat Kham Salika, Lopburi which is about 180 km from Bangkok.

On one occasion, the weather was bad stormy and heavy downpour flooded the village. Being an old temple, the people were worried if it could withstand the bad weather. Noticing that his disciples were worried, Luang Phor Kob told them not to worry as the rain was was going to stop and indeed, the rain did stop. Soon after his disciples became hungry. At that time, they heard frogs croaking outside, which made them hungry. No one dared to ask permission from Luang Phro Kob to catah frogs. Luang Phor Kob, as if reading their minds,told them to catch some frogs to eat. They were happy and went to catch the frogs, but after an hour they still didn’t manage to catch the frogs. They had no choice but to the temple disappointed and hungry. On seeing that, Luang Phr Kob took a basket and returned with it fifteen minutes later, with the basket full of frogs! He instructed them to eat the frogs only within the temple and not to bring them home. But one disciple took a few home secretly. When he reached home, to his surprise, the frogs are no longer there and in their place were leaves with magical yants written on them! He immediately went back to find Luang Phor Kob to seek forgiveness. This incident earned Luang Phor Kob the name ” Kob” which means frog in Thai language.

Luang Phor Kob was well-respected monk who had saved many from drought and epidemic. Thousands of people visited him to pay respect as he is well know for his magical powers. Some who visited him brought gold as gifts but e was never interested. Luang Phor Kob never talked much and when disciples asked him about his origins, he would reply to say that all these were not important but practicing the Buddha’s teachings is.

It was believed that Luang Phor Kob passed away in 1947. In the morning on the day which he pass away, it was that he asked the people to donate rice and some other foodstuff to the temple for a ceremony. When he received the donations, he set fire to the stuff and that was the last time that people saw Luang Phor Kob disappeared with the flame. Some have reported seeing Luang Phor Kob when they were in crisis and needed help.

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