Friday, 29 September 2017





Luang Phor Tim Issaliko of Wat Laharnrai, Rayong

Luang Phor Tim Issaliko, Wat Laharnrai, Rayong

Luang Phor Tim was born in Ban hua Tunttaboun, Tambon Laharn, Amphoe Ban Kai, Changwat (Province) Rayong on 16th June BE2422 in the year of the Rabbit. He was named Tim and his family name was Ngamsii. At the age of 17, his father (Kheh) sent him to Tan Phor Singh to study, returning home at the of 19 and was ordained as a monk at Wat Tat Kaow on 7th June, BE2499. He was ordained by Phra Kru Kaow, Archan Singh and Archan Keh and was given the ordained monk's name of Issaliko. After spending  a year at Wat Tat Kaow , he went tudong (wandering and retreated in the forests) for a period of 3 years; thereafter he went to Wat Narmathon at Chonburi Province for two years. Luang Phor Tim learned and studied Wicha (Magical Knowledge)  from Archan Lod, Ajahn Lem and Ajahn Sai. He also learned from his Uncle (a monk) by the name of Luang Phor Song Thao of Wat Kongchin. It was from his uncle that he an ancient book on Wicha and Arkom. Later, Luang Phor Tim became the abbot of Wat Laharnrai where he was known to be very discipline and strict also a diligent practitioner of the Dhamma. He was known to be a very good monk and possessed  few worldly belongings. He lived at a small hut within the compound of the temple, he only had a pillow and a mat and there was no electricity. He lived a simple live. He passed away on 18th October, BE2516 having spent 72 years in the Sangha (Monk's Community).

                                  Rian Nak Prok 8 Rob Nur Thong Daeng (Copper) BE2518                                                                      Consecrated by: Luang Phor Tim of Wat Laharnrai, Rayong

Rian Nak Prok 8 Rob Nur ThonDaeng (Copper) BE2518
(The Back has the Yant Har of 5 Buddhas)
Consecrated by: Luang Phor Tim of Wat Laharnrai


Phra Khun Paen Kuman Prai is one of the most famous and popular amulets ever consecrated by Luang Phor Tim of Wat Laharnrai. His amulets are very efficacious, hence,
very popular and expensive due to demands..On the internet, his amulets were well publicized and was quoted " Phra Khun Paen Kuman Prai  of Luang Phor Tim Issaliko, abbot of Wat Laharnrai, Rayong Province is respected as one of the most sacred amulets ever consecrated in modern times in Thailand". An authentic (genuine) Phra Khun Paen Kuman Prai amulet is probably the hardest to find. The said amulet was proven to be very efficacious in "Metta MahaNiyom" (where people and friends will be kind and compassionate and charitable towards you), "Metta MahaSaneh" (where the opposite sex will be attracted towards you and find you charming), "MahaLarp" (brings Good Fortune to you), Maha Pokassap (brings Great Wealth to you), also Enhances your Business and brings you Success in your undertaking. The actual methods to consecrate these amulets follows the ancient secret texts. Only very few guru monks are known in this century to be able to consecrate such an efficacious amulet, such adepts are Luang Phor Tim himself, Luang Phor Tae of Wat Sam Ngam. The most popular of  LP Tim's amulets are the first block containing "Phim Yai" and "Phim Lek" amulets (some have the sacred takruts and some without). It was commonly believed that LP Tim will request a disciple to  make the amulets on his behalf and each day he will instruct them to bring the amulets to him daily, thereafter, he would chant ans recite the kartha (sacred spells) over each and every amulet. It was recorded, on average that approximately 30 to 40 pieces of the Phim Yai and about 100 to 200 pieces of Phim Lek were brought to him each day. His disciples who were responsible to for making and creating the amulets stated that only a single mould was created to make both the "Pim Lek" and "Pim Yai" amulets. LP Tim himself did not make further moulds  and as such it's highly likely that only a single series of these amulets were ever consecrated. Some amulets' dealers may claimed that they have in stock LP Tim's Prai Kuman amulets... with slight difference.. (stating the amulets are from different series) than the original piece consecrated by LP Tim. Very often their motives are to cheat and deceived the buyers! One of the main reasons that such a low quantity of the Khun Paen Prai Kuman was produced was due to the difficulties and dangers associated in the consecration and production. It was well known amongst experts and adepts in black magic sciences that only a few monks possessed the arcane knowledge and rituals required to produce such as an amulet.Should a lesser monk or person attempted to consecrate such amulets without the proper skills and knowledge, it's highly that they would themselves could be possessed with demonic and evil spirits or get harmed in the process. Luang Phor Tae of Wat Sam Ngam was the only other living monk who possessed the Wicha (Sacred Magical Knowledge) and Saiyasart (Occult Knowledge).

        Phim Hua Toh Prai Kuman  BE2517 (This amulet has the same ingredients as the Khun Paen Prai Kuman). Consecrated by: Luang Por Tim Issaliko, Wat Laharnrai, Rayong.

Phim Hua Toh Prai Kuman  BE2517 (Back View) Consecrated by: Luang Phor Tim of Wat Laharnrai, Rayong (A Very Saksit [Efficacious] Amulet every consecrated in Thailand)


In the year BE2513, a  close disciple (Mr.Lap Choicharoen) in Wat Laharnrai was told by Luang Phor Tim that the coming year (BE2514) would be an auspicious year to consecrate and produce amulets, in that year all amulets consecrated will yield high potency. However, Luang Phor Tim told him to locate corpse of a  pregnant woman who passed away   on a Tuesday and thereafter, be buried or cremated on Saturday. Furthermore he was to bring the burnt head bones of the dead foetus to Luang Phor Tim. This was required in order to consecrate the sacred powders used in the preparation of the Phra Khun Paen Pong Prai Kuman. The foetus needs to be removed from the mother's womb with a Saiyasart (Occult Magic) ritual. The ritual will include the use of Phayant (Magical Cloth) hand drawn by Luang Phor Tim, Special Karthas (Magical Incantations) and a Mit Mor (Magical Knife) . The foetus of the baby will be an excellent for magical spells involving necromancy that becomes very potent with the qualified adept (master) along side with the sacred materials jointly used. 

Luang Phor Tim will then chant a Special Saiyasart Spell or Kartha for one week in order to control the soul of the baby and also to prevent the spirit from departing from the Prai Kuman.

Once completed, his disciple was instructed to pound and grind the material into very fine powders where he carried out this order. During the grinding and pounding a few days later, there was sparks emanating from the mortar where he felt agitated.  He then realized that the spirit of the baby was not happy with the act; he then lit incense and lit candles and ask for forgiveness in the process before the phenomena abated.

Luang Phor Tim than took the Prai Kuman powder and mixed it with a number of other sacred powders such as  Itijea Pattamung Powder, Jindamanee Powder, Prawai and 108 different herbs. The combination of the sacred ingredients was blessed and empowered by Luang Phor Tim and other monks such as Luang Phor Kaew, Luang Phor Sakaorn, Luang Phor Shoo before being squeezed and pressed onto the moulds.

The Pim Yai amuletis about 3.5cm in length and 2cm in width. The amulet face featured the Buddha sitting in meditation (samadhi), beside him to his right and left are two Nang Kwaks  (Female Deities of Good Fortune) with folded palms in prayers.

On the back of the amulet is the famous Luang Phor Tim's "Yant Har" representing five Buddhas. Some of the Phim Yai amulets, mostly the Neua Khao versions have a pair of takruts inserted and a layer of gold paint coated over.

A total of 2,000 pieces were consecrated and chanted, some with takruts and some without the takruts.

One of Luang Phor Tim's disciples queried him on the reason why he chose to use the skull of a dead child in the consecration. His replied:

" When we plant a tree, we want to eat the fruits quickly. This is similar to wearing an amulet. We want the amulet to provide merits and protections immediately! The Phra Khun Paen Kuman Prai will provide merits from the Lord Buddha and the Power and Protection will come from the Kuman Prai".

The Phim Lek is slightly smaller in dimension being 2cm in height and 1 cm in width. The amulet face featured the Buddha sitting in full lotus position, below is a sleeping Kuman Thong. To the left and right are two Nang Kwaks, believed  to impart Metta Maha Saneh (Loving Kindness and Attraction). The back of the Phim Lek once again featured the 5 Yant inscription.

A total of 5,000 pieces were consecrated with 20 special pieces made with Wan Maha Saneh and Dtok Tong powders. These powders are considered special and very difficult to find. Hence, these versions of the amulet, being the rarest are by far the most expensive (usually yellow in colour).

The colours of the amulets varies depending on the final mixes of the sacred powders used and the varying degrees of pressure applied in the moulding procress.

Some of the amulets when viewed under magnification even showed signs of the original parts, often containing fingernails and hairs.

The Prai Kuman powders were added to other batches of other amulets besides the Khun Paens, they are Phra Hua Toh, Phra Pidta, Phra Somdet, Phra Nang Phya, Phra Prai Buar and Phra Kring Chinabanchorn. In the Phra kring amulet, the Prai Kuamn powders were added at the base.

                                          Rian Sema 8 Rob Nur Ngern Longya  BE2518
                                 Consecrated By: Luang Phor Tim, Wat Laharnrai, Rayong

                                        Rian Sema 8 Rob Nur Ngern Longya   BE2518
                    Back of this Rian has the Yant 5 (5 Buudhas). A Signature Yant of LP Tim
                                  Consecrated By: Luang Phor Tim, Wat Laharnrai, Rayong

The above amulets as shown in pictures are owned by me.              Should you be interested to rent, you may reached me at the following:



Wednesday, 27 September 2017

LUANG PHOR THUAD BE 2537 "YERB HAM TAKAY ZHID" (FEET TOUCHING THE SEA) 1st Prize Winner at Pranburi Amulet Competition by Luang Phor Daeng, Wat SiMahaPo,Pattani


Made By: Luang Phor Daeng, Wat SiMahaPo

Winner 1st Prize at Pranburi Amulet Competition December, BE2539

Luang Phor Thuad  BE2537  "Yerb Ham Talay Zhid" (Feet Touching the Sea) Phim "Bart Nuawan Takrut 5 Dok Jumbo Phisek"  Winner 1st Prize at Pranburi Amulet Competition held on December, BE2539   Made by: Luang Phor Daeng,     Wat Si MahaPo, Pattani

Certificate from Pranburi Amulet Association for 1st Prize Winner  for Luang Phor Thuad BE2537 "Yerb Ham Talay Zhid" (Feet Touching the Sea) Phim "Bart Nuawan Takrut 5 Dok Jumbo Phisek" Made by: Luang Phor Daeng, Wat SiMahaPo, Pattani

Luang Phor Thuad  BE2537 (Back View has the 5 Takruts: 1 Gold, 2 Silvers & 2 Coppers) "Yerb Ham Talay Zhid" (Feet Touching the Sea) Phim "Bart Nuawan Takrut 5 Dok Jumbo Phisek" Made by: Luang Phor Daeng, Wat SiMahaPo, Pattani

Luang Phor Daeng, Wat SiMahaPo, Pattani. He was very famous for the consecrations of LP Thuad's amulets. There were many miracles attested to his amulets and other LP Thuad's items.

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Sunday, 17 September 2017






Luang Phor Noi Nawarat, Wat Sri Satnhg (Phra Rahu Temple), Nakhon Pathom

Rahu Asura (Deva) eating the Sun

Rahu Asura (Deva) Altar at Wat Sri Sathong, Nakhon Pathom

Luang Phor Noi Nawarat was born on 14th February, 1892 and passed away on 10th December, 1946 at the age of 53 years-old. He studied Wicha (Magical Knowledge) from his father when he was young. He was ordained as a monk (bhikkhu) at the age of 21 at Wat Glarng KooWieng. Besides being an expert in magic, he was also an expert in vipassana meditation.

LP Noi is a Laotian's monk. He has studied the art of making saksit (efficacious) Phra Rahu Buchas (Statues) and Amulets from Laos. He was the first monk who consecrated the designs of Phra Rahu in Thailand and was very famous and popular for both his knowledge and skills in Dhamma and Wicha (Magical Knowledge).

Wat SriSathong is located in Nakhon Pathom Province, Thailand.  The villagers supported this temple very much. When under renovation of this temple they found Phra Thong underneath. hence, the villagers named it "Wat Hua Thong". Whilst Luang Phor Noi was the abbot of the temple, the temple made progress and was successful. LP Noi then changed the name of the temple to "Wat SriSathong". Most of the tie, it's known as "Phra Rahu Temple" in Thailand.

Luang Phor Pin, Abbot of Wat SriSathong from BE252X to BE2559
Phra Rahu Rian (Medallion)  BE252X  Made by: Luang Phor Pin, Wat SriSathong. Materials: Nur Nawa (made of 9 metals mixed together such as gold, silver, copper, antimony, nickel, alloy etc)
Phra Rahu (Medallion) Nur Nawa (9 Metals Combined) BE252X Luang Phor Pin, Wat SriSathong (Back View of the amulet) Available for Rent (Sale).

Phra Rahu (Medallion) Nur Nawa BE252X Material: Nur Nawa (9 Metals Combined)  BE252x. Made by: Luang Phor Pin of Wat Srisathong, Nakhon Pathom. (In Original Temple Box. Not Used).
Phra Rahu Bucha (Statue) BE2538  Made by: Luang Phor Pin (Former Abbot of  Wat SriSathong, Nakhon Pathom). This Phra Rahu Bucha (Statue) is available for rent (sale). If Interested, contact me.

Phra Rahu Bucha (Statue) (Back View)  BE2538  Made by: Luang Phor Pin (Former Abbot of Wat SriSathong, Nakhon Pathom)

Phayant Phra Rahu Asura Made by: Luang Phor Pin, Wat SriSathong (Available for rent).

Luang Phor Noi Nawarat's Amulet's Album Cover

Phra Rahu Bucha (Statue) and Amulet is very effective for the following:

1.) Rahu will eat all of your bad luck;
2.) Get rid of backstabbers & politics in your work place and/or business;
3.) Protection from Dangers, Accidents & Black Magic;
4.) Brings Good Fortune, Prosperity & Great Wealth
5.) Boost your Good Luck Greatly and change from Bad Luck to Good Luck

Should you be interested in any of the above Phra Rahu Bucha and/or Amulets consecrated by Luang Phor Noi and Luang Pin of Wat SriSathong, Nakhon Pathom, you may reached me at:



Monday, 26 June 2017




Kruba Keow Ma of Wat Rong Doo, Payao Province

Kruba Keow Ma is a compassionate monk and highly known for his Wicha (Magical Science) & Saiyasart (Occult Knowledge). He makes very Saksit (Efficacious) Amulets.(Many people and devotees have attributed to the "Miracles" of his amulets).
He's the Abbot of Wat Rong Doo in Payao Province.

He was a disciple of the Famous Northern Saint, Kruba Sri Vichai of Chiangmai and Lamphun. He's also well known as a practitioner of Thai Traditional Herbs (Sam Moon Phai) which hails from a 700 years old tradition where he uses this knowledge to treat  and heal his devotees and patients. Everyday, people visit him to pay respects to him firmly believing that he has the "powers" to change their karma (fate) for the better, to secure good fortunes and wealth and for attraction and love.

Kruba Keow Ma is a Lanna monk (from Northern Thailand) where he was trained in the original Lanna scripts. To many monks in Northern Thailand, such as Kruba Keow Ma, practicing the original Lanna ways of Blessings, Chantings or Meditation can be very difficult and will generally require a life time process of learning and dedication. One of the very reasons he is so highly regarded by the people of Northern Thailand.

Locket Lok Sarapat Dee (Open Universe Locket) made by Kruba Keow Ma.

Kruba Keow Ma invited many Gods, Demi-Gods and Angels and requested them to jointly Bless this Special Sacred Locket Amulet together to Super Enhance and transmit their Powers into this Locket Amulet. He also connected the Powers of the Universe and transfer them into this Locket Amulet.

This Special Sacred Locket Amulet consists and made from the following:

1.) Kesa (Hairs) that belongs to Kruba Keow Ma. Quite a number requested for his hairs, kept them and then found that it changed their lucks from negative to positive and moreover, brought them instant good luck in their businesses and some kept on striking lotteries in huge amounts;

2.) Chiwon (Robes) which belongs to Kruba Keow Ma where he used to worn them for many years, thereby infusing the powers naturally onto them. Henceforth, the robes has the natural powers by itself;

3.) Pure Silver Takrut hand written with Yants of Special Powers to attracts Good Luck, Prosperity, Business Enhancements, Charismatic Attractions & Overall Protection

4.) The bead from  Tarawadee (made around 1,500 years ago) and was discovered in Nakhon Pathom Chedi. One of his disciples gave it as a gift to Kruba Keow Ma. Many Thais believed that whoever keeps this Special Sacred Bead will become Super Rich & Wealthy!!! Making Money becomes an Easy Task and as such Automatically becomes a Millionaire!!!

5.) Skin of Bull Tanoo: The Bull was killed by a thunderbolt, so the Thais believed it has supernatural powers for protection against evil, negative energy, anti-black magic, drives away ghosts and evil spirits and blocks all bad karma. This is an extremely Powerful Bull Skin!!!

This Special Sacred Locket Amulet is suitable for the person who got extremely bad luck, found many obstacles in life, unsuccessful in business and have unanticipated problems all the time. This amulet will solve and change everything!!!

This Special Sacred Locket has the Supernatural Power to naturally Attract Money and Wealth in all 8 Directions, Bestow Prosperity, Brings Success & Overall Protection to the Wearer!!!

Hung Payont  "Cupid Bow Wielder  Made By: Kruba Keow Ma

Hung Payont "Cupid Bow Wielder"  BE253X  (Shoot the Arrow to Get your Lover!!)
A Very Powerful Maha Saneh (Occult Attraction)  100% to Get The Lover(s) that You are Targeting!!!
Made of Very Powerful Sacred Ingrdients, Magical Straws & Powerful Maha Saneh Oil.
Made By: Kruba Keow Ma, Wat Rong Doo, Payao Province.
(Last than 99 Pieces Made)

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Tuesday, 6 June 2017




Luang Pu Suk, Wat Pak Khlong Makham Tao, Chainat
Luang Pu Suk, Wat Pak Khlong Makham Tao, Chainat

Luang Pu Suk is one of the most legendary Ancient Guru Monks who ever lived. He is widely accepted as the most Accomplished Grandmaster of Wicha (Magcial Knowledge) and Saiyasart (Occult Knowledge).

Phra Kru Wimonkunagon (or more commonly known as Luang Pu Suk Gesaroh was born during the reign of King Rama IV on 14th October  BE2390 (CE1847) at Pak Khlong Makham Tao in the Wat Sing District of Chainat Province. When LP Suk was 10 years old, his mother sent him to Krung Thep (Bangkok) to be raised by his uncle. LP Suk remained in Krung Thep until he got married and had a son. Later he decided that household life was not meant for him, therefore, he decided to become a monk and ordained  at Wat Poh Tong Laang and received the ordination name of Gesaroh.

Luang Pu Suk studied Dhamma (Buddhist Teachings) and Samadhi Meditation at Wat Poh Tong Laang until he was ready for Tudong (an ascetic practice wandering in the forests & pilgrimage) . During his Tudong period, he met many teachers whom he learned the Wicha (Magical Knowledge) and Saiyasart (Occult Knowledge) from.

Luang Pu Suk in his younger days with colleague monks

One of the famous masters who taught him Wicha and Saiyasart was Phra Ajarn Tham Wua Daeng who was also a teacher to the legendary Luang Phor Ngern of Wat Bang Klang.

After several years of tudong, LP Suk retruned to his hometown. His parents who waited many years for his return, requested LP Suk to remain at Pak Khlong Makham Tao. LP Suk obligated and accepted his parents' request and settled down at the village's wat (temple) called Wat Pak Khlong Makham Tao until he rose to the rank of an Abbot. LP Suk rebuilt the small village temple into a large beautiful monastery.

Bucha (Statue) of Luang Pu Suk  BE253X  Consecrated By: Wat Pak Khlong Makham Tao
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Luang Pu Suk had many disciples, both ordained monks and laymen. One lay disciple who was very closed and later became one of his disciples was His Royal Highness Prince of Chumphon (son of King Rama IV) and was more commonly known as  the father of The Royal Thai Navy. It was learned that LP Suk taught the Prince Chumphon everything he knew on the Dhamma as well as Wicha and Saiyasart.

Prince Krom Luang Chumphon Udom Sak 
(aka Abhakara Kiartivongse)

Luang Pu Suk is legendary for his Wicha & Saiyasart. One of his Supernatural Powers (Abinnya) was the ability to change the shapes and sizes of objects from one life form to another. There are well known legends of him transforming elephants into house flies and transforming humans into crocodiles. These legends are known throughout Thailand.

The story goes that once a large group of merchants stopped by at Wat Pak Khlong Makham Tao to rest. During those days, merchants used elephants as a means of transportation.

The merchants wanted to cook their meals at the temple but realized that they did not bring along enough meat. Some villagers jokingly told the merchants to use their rifles to shoot at the pigeons near the trees and roof tops of the temple, so that the merchants could have pigeons' meats for their dinner. One of the merchants took the joke seriously and tried to shoot with his rifle at those pigeons, however, the rifle could not fire despite pulling the triggers many times..

The villagers than tried to stopped him and informed him that LP Suk prohibits anyone from killing living beings around the surroundings and inside the temple, however that particular merchant refused to listened. He couldn't get his rifle to shoot, so he then tried with a cross bow. The arrow flew towards the pigeon but felt to the ground after only a short distance, nowhere close to hitting the pigeon. The merchant then became furious and shouted "What great powers does the abbot of this temple have??

Prakam Nil (Rosary/Mala) Over 160 Beads (Ivory, One Eye Coconut & Sacred Woods)
Consecrated & Blessed By: Luang Pu Suk, Wat Pak Khlong Makam Tao, Chainat.

Head (Guru) Bead (Made of Ivory; See the Vintage & Age) (Hand written Yants of LP Suk himself) of the Prakam Nil. A Very Saksit (Efficacious) Item consecrated by Luang Pu Suk of Wat Makham Tao.

LP Suk with his supernatural hearing power was able to hear what the merchant said, whilst he was inside his kuti (hut) even though they were far apart. LP Suk came out carrying an empty coconut husk and went to the grazing field. He chanted a Kartha (Mantra) at the coconut husk and pointed it at the direction where the merchants' elephants were grazing. Miraculously, the elephants transformed into houseflies and thereafter, LP Suk then trapped the houseflies inside the empty coconut husk.

The next morning when the merchants were about to depart, they could not find their elephants. They then quickly went and looked for LP Suk and informed him that their elephants were stolen. LP Suk then preached and lectured them the main 5 precepts of not killing living beings. He told them that "If you kill a living being, the living being will feel the pain. This is similar to the pain of losing your elephants". LP Suk then taught them Dhamma and told them to practice good instead of evil. The merchants then realized that it was LP Suk who was behind the strange incidents the previous day.

LP suk led them out from his kuti (hut), went to the grazing field, chanted a Kartha (Mantra), removed the coconut husk and the houseflies then transformed into elephants once again. This miraculous incident was witnessed by many villagers at that time.

Rian (Medallion) Luang Pu Suk  Made By: Wat Makham Tao  (About 70 Years Old)

The amazing ability to transform objects and lifeforms into different shapes and sizes was LP Suk's Wicha's Trademark. He never taught anyone this except for Prince Kram Luang Chumphon Udom Sak, his favorite lay disciple. However, Prince Chumphon never taught it to anyone else.. he also passed away in the same year as LP Suk.

Luang Pu Suk Gesaro of Wat Makham Tao passed away on 21st January BE2466 (CE 1923) at the age of 76 leaving behind a magnificient and glorious legacy

Luang Pu Suk's amulets, takruts and other sacred items are some of the most sought after and revered in Thailand. Certain Phims (Molds) with special and sacred materials command prices comparable to that of Somdet Wat Rakang (Millions of Thai Baht). Their rarity and high prices makes them a distant dream for most amulets' collectors to own any items of his. However, we here at Buddha Talisman are fortunate to have some his collections and are willing to rent it out at affordable prices.

Takrut Bailan (About 100 Years Old)  Consecrated By: Luang Pu Suk, Wat Makham Tao
Very Rare & Very Efficacious Takrut!!! 


Takrut Chuak  BE2466 Consecrated by: Luang Pu Suk, Wat Pak Klong Makhamtao, Chainat

Takrut Chuak  BE2466 (Approximately 6" Inches) Consecrated By: Luang Pu Suk, Wat Pak Klong Makhamtao, 
This Takrut Chuak made by LP Suk is one of the most Powerful Amulets created in the history of Thailand.

Takrut Chuak  BE2466 Consecrated By: Luang Pu Suk, Wat Pak Klong Makhamtao.


Takrut amulets consecrated by Luang Pu Suk of Wat Pak Klong Makhamtao ( one of Thailand's Top 5 Sacred Monks were often known as Thai as "Chin Tagua". The takruts are usually covered with either black lacquer and/or braid.

The takruts are now well over 80 years of age. Luang Pu Suk passed away in the year BE2466. The lead, Chin Tagua is essentially composed of lead plates mixed with mercury and it was recorded that Luang Pu Suk would spend as much as 7 days smelting and consecrating the mixture of the takrut.

These takrut are thought to be very Special, Powerful and Unique as Luang Pu Suk would inscribe the lead plates with Yant (Magical Diagrams) whilst simultaneously chanting the Kartha (Magical Spells) whilst he was immersed into a river that ran in front of the wat (temple). As a result of this special method, his takruts are often referred to as "Takrut Tainam" (Tainam in Thai language means "Underwater".

Takruts blessed and consecrated by Luang Pu Suk are thought to be amongst the most Powerful ever created and the demand has not diminished over the decades. As a matter of fact they are now more probably  sought after now as it's miraculous effects has been proven by wearers! No wonder they command such high prices.

After the demise of Luang Pu Suk several decades ago, it has become increasingly hard to source for his genuine amulets and takruts.

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Thursday, 30 March 2017




Luang Phor Ngern Buddhachote, Wat Bang Klang Pichit

Luang Phor Ngern Bucha (Statue), Wat Tai Nam Pichit  BE250X 1stBatch
(At the bottom, you may see the authenticity of the old soils embedded onto the Statue)

Luang Phor Ngern (Ngern in Thai also means "Money") and also in those days, Thais did not use surname (family name). Luang Phor Ngern was born on 16th September in the year BE2351 on a Friday during the reign of the first Chakri. His father's name was Nai Oo from Bang Klang whereas his mother's name was Nang Faak from Ban Saen. He has 6 siblings (two girls and four boys) named as: Phromchai, Thapying, Thongchai, Ngern, Lermchai and Rotying.

When he was 5 years old, his teacher Nai Chuang Seung send him to stay in Bangkok and he was later endorsed to study at Wat Chanasongkram where he ordained as a Novice Monk (Nen) when he was 12 years old. During his stay at this temple, he learned Dhamma and Buddhism from a couple of Guru monks (Archans). At the age of 20, he was formally ordained as a monk and he stayed at the same temple for another 3 years. He decided to peruse his studies further and move to Wat Rakang Kositaram and later decided to become a disciple to the very famous Phra Somdet Phuttajarn Toh Phrommarangsi.

Phra Somdet Phuttajarn Toh Phrommarangsi was a teacher& contemporary to Luang Phor Ngern when he was studying in Bangkok

After completing his studies at Wat Rakang, he went back to his hometown and stayed at Wat Bang Klang Tai for one year. Then he moved to stayed at Wat Wang Takor because they need to reconstruct an old temple there. When he arrived at the boundary of Wat Wang Takor, he took 3 Bodhi trees and planted at the entrance. In the future, these 3 Bodhi trees grew up and blessed the temple with prosperity, happiness and good health. Till today, these trees are seen graciously strong at the compound of Wat Wang Takor.

Luang Phor Ngern started to renovate the temple and built Ubosot, Kuti, Chedi, Sala and Viharn very successfully. Luang Phor Ngern had the miraculous touch that whenever he wanted to build the temples, donations and volunteers kept coming from all corners of Thailand. He was known for his kindness (metta) and his magical powers (wicha). Many devotees and people from all walks of life will come to him to seek his blessings and also to become his disciples. The most famous student he had at that time was the son of His Highness King Rama 5. His son's name was Prince Chumphon Ket Udomsak (the founder of the Royal Thai Navy). The prince was also the closest disciple of Luang Pu Suk Wat Pak Khlong Wat Makham Tao in Chainat province. The prince was also known for his skills and competence in wicha (magical science).


Roop Lor "Phim Keeta" Year:  BE2460  Consecrated By: Luang Phor Ngern, Wat Tainam

Rian Lor "Phim Job Lek"  BE 2460 Consecrated By: Luang Phor Ngern, Wat Banglan

Luang Phor ngern of Wat Bang Klang and Luang Pu Suk of Wat Pak Khlong Makkhamtao are best of friends. They both also have the same level of Ultra High Dhamma Knowledge. Phra Kru Asamban, the abbot of Wat wang Takoh and Phra Ajarn Choom, the abbot of Wat Takoh, both were closed disciples of Luang Phor Ngern. They were responsible for the making of Luang Phor Ngern amulets. The first amulet was Roop Lor in bronze was called "Phim Kheeta" because the amulets looked like "tears" were flowing from their eyes. In those days, everything was handmade hence the workmanship was not as good as today's technology technique. In those days, those amulets were distributed to devotees at a price of one baht only. But today, in the amulet markets (with high demand for LP Ngern's amulets because of it's proven miraculous powers..) to own a piece today will cost around a million thai baht and this is one of the most expensive amulet in Thailand. They second time, they make a few batches.. the amulets were more artistic and were more beautifully made, hence, they decided to call the bigger amulet "Phim Roop Lor Loy Ong". These two phims (models) were distributed to the man (male) devotees, whereas women and children were given smaller amulets known as "Phim Rian Lor Khai Pla Chop Lek and Chop Yai". His amulets were so popular that they were quickly snatched by devotees and the public, therefore, demand was a million times more than supply. To be fair to everyone, the temples of LP Ngern decided to consecrate every year in the month of November so that devotees and the public can rent and own LP Ngern's popular amulets that were highly energized with magical powers (wicha).

Luang Pu Suk of Wat Pak Khlong Makham Tao (Best Friend of Luang Phor Ngern, Wat Bangklan)

LP Ngern was very well known in Thailand and to remember him the King of Thailand requested from the abbots of LP Ngern's temples (wats)  to consecrate Luang Phor Ngern's Buchas (Statues) for Respect & Worship. Only 2 Statues were allowed at that time. The first statue was placed at Wat Wang Takoh and the second was placed at Wat Tai Num. There were only two Luang Phor Ngern statues in Thailand made during his lifetime.


Roop Lor Luang Phor Ngern  BE2515  Consecrated By: Luang Phor Poung, Wat Bangklan

Rian Job Phim Yai  BE2537  Wat Bangklan, Pichit (Avialable! If Interested, Contact Me)
Wat Tai Num is the temple which Luang Phor Ngern spend most of his life, teaching and building up temples and likewise with Wat Wang Takoh. He also visited many temples but he will alternatively spend most of his Phansas (Raining Retreats) after teaching the Dhamma and Tudong at these two favourite temples of his. There were all together 7 temples which made amulets of Luang Phor Ngern Roop Lor and all these amulets were personally blessed by Luang Phor ngern. Therefore, some of those amulets are not the same in sizes and features.... Luang Phor Ngern passed away in BE2462 (1919) at the age of 109, having served the Buddhist faith for 90 years. 

Luang Phor Ngern's Amulet Book

Interested in any of the Amulets on this Blog?