Saturday, July 11, 2009

LP Chamnan

BE 2546. Made 210pcs in silver. Strong protection and rare.

LP Key Phra Khunpaen 9 gold takruts

LP Dum Phra Khunpaen 1st batch

Phra Khunpaen 1st batch with corpse coin, bones, ashes, and takruts

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

LpHong special locket

Temple: Wat Petburi
Year: BE 2549

For the people that visit Luangpu Hong 10 of years ago would known well that Luangpu Hong was sit on top of leopard skin. As leopard emblem power, agility and wisdom, as Luangpu Hong title "Prommapunyo" mean one with the wisdom of Brahma(PhraPhrom). In countless ceremony that Luangpu Hong been visited lead bless/chant holy items and main ceremony lead by Luangpu Hong himself, all of times he was sit on the leopard skin.

This is the amulet, special batch that made few attached with this leopard skin Luangpu Hong bless/chant countless ceremony, 6 gold trakruts auspice number bring great fortune and protection, Phra Pidta image blessing
great protection, metta, and luck. Charnmark herb ball chanted for good health fortune.

Front side words "Luangpu Hong Prommapunyo Haikumruay Tarmjaiprardthana" mass bless/chanted, all words bring prosperous fortune, followed heart to all success wishes.

Sunday, July 5, 2009

KieowGaew Prakasit Trai Mard 51

LP Garlong of Wat KowLam

1. Enamel
2. Nawaloha 9 kinds as gold, silver, copper etc.
3. Yants of LP Garlong and LP Suk at Wat Pak Khlong Makham Thao (mystic symbol)
4. Metal and Bronze in Phrachao Chai Won Man age (king of Cambodia)
5. TraKruts of LP Garlong and many popular monks in Thailand.
Year: C.E. 2008 (B.E. 2551)
Build: 999 items.

This Locket is “Akhom Khiaokaeo” strong power to control spirit and bring luck.

Phra Somdej With 3 Gold takruts

LP Sawai, Wat Preedaram

Lp Thuad Pitakpandin

Chanted By: Lp Thong
Temple: Wat Sampaochei
Year Issued: 2551 (Police Batch)

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

LP Sorose “Phra Jao Ban Thao Tuk” *** RENTED***

“Phra-Jao-Ban-Thao-Tuk” (Troubles-Reliever) Amulet

Blessed by 95-year-old LP Sorose at Wat Koak-Oue-Thong

Possesses 4 kinds of blessing from the powerful monk to relieve 4 kinds of Financial Troubles:

1. Being broke 2. No money for saving 3. Being in debt 4. Being jobless

Excellent for Business man, Salesman, Employee, Investor, Person having financial problems

Help reduce chance to face with more serious financial problems

Also Great for Charm Increasing and Harm Protection

This item was directly taken from the Wat(temple) blessed by 85-year-old LP So-rose at Wat Koak-Oue-Thong. The specialty of this amulet is the four kinds of power effects inside the amulet which were intensively blessed by LP Sorose to help the wearers to relieve from their financial troubles. LP Sorose is one of the most powerful magic guru monks in this era. He learnt a lot of magic knowledge from many ancient well-known magic guru monks.

The name of this amulet in Thai is “Phra-Jao-Ban-Thao-Tuk” meaning "Troubles Reliever" or "God helps relieve your troubles" blessed by LP Sorose at Wat Kok-Oue-Thong. As the name implies, the supernatural power of this amulet focuses directly on Wealth & Luck Enhancement especially with strong power effects to help relieve troubles of the wearer from 4 kinds of financial problems: Being broke, No money for saving, Being in debt & Being jobless. The supernatural power inside the amulet is exceptionally high showing that LP Sorose has achieved high level of meditation. LP Sorose is now 85 years old and has been ordained as a Buddhist monk for 75 years. He is a very strict monk and has intensively learnt a lot of magic knowledge from many ancient powerful magic guru monks in the past, including LP Jard (Wat Bangkabao), LP Seng (Wat Prajantakam), LP Ear (Wat Bandan), LP U-wan (Wat Nongplub), Arjan Wan in Saraburi, Arjan Phromma & Arjan Homtham in Nakornratchasrima. Many amulets made by him are very famous and were kept in collection by many Thai amulet collectors. Many users wore his amulets and have found many extraordinary experiences.

This “Trouble Reliever” amulet was made in BE2548 (about 4 years ago). The amulet was made of clay mixed with three kinds of magic powder. First powder is the charming powder which could make the wearer more attractive. LP Sorose learnt how to make this powder from LP Jard (Wat Bangkabao). In the past, LP Jard was very famous for making Charm-increasing amulets. It was told that while LP Jard was blessing, a lot of butterflies and bees would fly over his head since his charming magic was very attractive causing even butterflies and bees like to fly over and stay near him. Second powder is the protection powder which could protect the wearer from harms. LP Sorose learnt how to make this powder from LP Ear (Wat Bandan) who was the follower of the most well-known powerful LP Suk (Wat Makamthao). Third powder is the wealth powder. LP Sorose learnt how to make this powder from LP Seng (Wat Prajantakam) who was very renowned in making Wealth amulets. The “Poak-Ka-Sap” coin (Wealth Coin) made by LP Seng is now sold in Thai amulet market for more than USD2,000. Besides the Wealth powder, LP Sorose also used the magic knowledge learnt from LP Seng to bless this “Trouble Reliever” amulet which emphasized on 4 kinds of power effects to relieve 4 kinds of financial problems as mentioned above. The amulet is now very rare.

Monday, June 29, 2009

Phra Khunpaen Tiger

LP Pern Wat Bang Phra

LP Tuad Archan Khun Pan

9 ceremonies to commemorate 108 years of Archan Khun Pan
(he was a policeman who powerful in Magick)

LP Pern Robe

Was given by LP Pern's disciple, a monk in Wat Bang Phra during my visit in May 2009

Phra Somdej Wat Rakhang (BE 2536)

LP Pern Rian 1st Batch

LP Pern Rian 1st Batch

LP Tuad (Unidentified yet)

PhraSomdej LP Phrom 2517

LP Phrom Wat Chong-Kae

Salika and Butterfly by Kruba Krissana

Phra Khun Paen Pim Yai - 65 Anniversary Year Batch

Very Famous Phra Khun Paen Pim Yai “Manoonyo 65”

From: LP SaKorn of Wat NongGrub, Rayong province.

Color: White

Batch: Chalong Siri Mongkon of 65 years = LP SaKorn 65 Anniversary Year.

Presented: On the back has LP SaKorn’s signature (he writes by himself), gold takrut and code number under the image (1507).

Material: Made from holy powder and Pong Prai (spirit) powder. These powders are as known as magical thing that has super power protecting from bad things and charm.

Year: B.E2546 (C.E.2003).

Holy Ceremony: LP SaKorn has been studied the art of making efficacious Phra Khun Paen amulets follows LP Tim Wat Laharn Rai who is LP Sakorn’s master that has taught to build Phra Khun Paen to LP Sakorn.

Size: 2 cm x 4 cm

Purpose for making: Making this Buddha amulet is joining donation at the temple to build Guti and LP SaKorn 65 Anniversary Year.

Power: People believed that Phra Khun Paen would bring you so much wealth in your lives through fame luck as well. Also, person who worships this Buddha image will achieve good health, longevity, safety and long career.

Biography of LP Sakorn:
LP SaKorn of Wat NongGrub, Rayong province was born on 3rd February 1938. Now he is 68 year old. He studied magic and supernatural with Mr. Lor and Mr. Thad when he was young. Also, he regularly served LP Tim of Wat LaHaanRai. As he grew into a young man, he gained possession of supernatural powers, which he never used to destroy others, but always to help his peers. He was ordained at the age of 20 at Wat NongKrah. After that, he went to Wat LaHaanRai for the Buddhist Lent, where he became a disciple of LP Tim in order to dedicate himself to learning holy disciplines and Buddhist supernatural powers from LP Tim. LP SaKorn is only one who succeeds in making the amulets and magic from LP Tim who has demonstrated an exquisite spirituality and incredible Buddhist supernatural powers. LP SaKorn studied until he had developed a clear understanding of these matters and was adept at performing them. And then he had developed expertise in the supernatural matters that he had studied, a love of these aspects led him to seek instruction from the Venerable Father Peng Sasano at Wat Lahaan Yai. LP SaKorn received advice from the Venerable Grandfather Tim to go and study with LP Hin at Wat Nong Sanom, during which time he was blessed by the Venerable Grandfather Hin’s imparting of his knowledge. After his study of the supernatural with the LP Hin, LP Sakorn travelled to study with LP Som at Wat BanChong, until he had completed.
LP SaKorn further studied with various and many great masters in the use of supernatural powers including both monks and laymen. In 1965, LP Kliangtham Thiyo, the ninth Abbot of Wat Nong Krab, passed away and the inhabitants of Nong Krab travelled to see LP Tim at Wat Lahaan Pai in order to entreat for the return of LP Sakorn Manunyo to become the Abbot of Wat Nong Krab. Even though he had become the Abbot of Wat Nong Krab, he did not forsake LP Tim as his mentor and often returned to pay respect and always see to the care of LP Tim until LP Tim passed away in 1975 at the age of 72 years old.

Sunday, June 28, 2009

LP Dum Blessing Coffin Nail Takrut

LP Dum takrut made of coffin nail with bones and ashes

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Look Om Nue Pong Prai Sawat

Name: Look Om Nue Pong Prai Sawat

Batch: Som Prat Thana (fulfill the wish)

From: AJ Thongtang, ChaiYaPhum province

Built: less than 100 pieces and each piece has sealing by AJ Thongtang

Color: black

Material: Nue Khunphaen Prai Sawat (the holy powder)

Year: C.E. 2009 (B.E. 2552)

Size: diameter 1.5 cm

Origin: Thailand

Purpose for making: AJ Thongtang made amulet for join donation to help the Thai temple.

Ceremony: AJ Thongtang created and awfully blessed the magic candy by himself with the ancient textbook.
Powerful: This amulet has many supernatural powers such as bringing the great wealth, great luck and great charm to worshiper.

Biography of AJ Thongtang:
Arjarn Thongtang was ordained as a monk and studied magic knowledge almost 20 years with many Arjarns. He was studied with Phor Kroo Pram Suttho at Nakorn Sawan province for 8 years. Next, he was studied with LP BoonMa of Wat DaenKongKongWaNaRam, ChaiYaPhum province. LP BoonMa has 108 years old. Moreover, he was studied Sak Yant knowledge with layman and many Arjarn.
After success any knowledge, he had made amulet for his disciples. Amulet of Arjarn Thong has very powerful. Arjarn Thong Tang's magic power was focused on helping people succeed in running businesses and that many had experienced through his amulets.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Phra SangkajJai Roon MaHaMongkol 77 years

Greatest B.E.2542 Phra SangkajJai Roon MaHaMongkol 77 years by LP Pern

Name : B.E.2542 Phra SangkajJai Roon MaHaMongkol 77 years – Happy Buddha
Batch : MaHaMongkol 77 years (Great Auspious 77 years)
From: LP Pern of Wat Bang Phra, Nakhon Pathom province
Color/presented: Bronze and Black
Material: Metal and Bai Lan Powder with Takrut
Year: 1999 (B.E.2542)

Purpose for making: LP Pern has been made amulets that require donation of money for building the hospital in Nakhon Pathom province.
Ceremony: The amulet blessed by LP Pern.
Power of this amulet: This amulet can bring wealth and happiness for owner.
Feature of this amulet: On the front presents Happy Buddha image with magic incantion. On the back presents magic incantation with silver takrut.
Special for this amulet: The special of this amulet is combining betweem metal and Bai Lan powder. It’s rare to find.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

PhraSomdej Leklai 9 Gold trakruts

The best of Luangpu Hong's amulet, mass bless/chant and alway the best.
The holy items powerful blessed/chanted special by Luangpu Hong (BE2551)

Kruba Krissana Special Saliga Linthong

Back side craft with Kruba Krissana's blessing mantra and signature

Certificate by Kruba Krissana

Kruba writing Yant on the back of the Saliga

Kruba Krissana signing the certificate

Like any good rare amulet from the past to present, they come with special design and unique size which very few amount were created, Saliga Linthong is the pair of thailand ancient god birds which bless powerful attractiveness to the wearer fortune people use them for business purpose and gaining respect from all others.

This amulet is special batch one and only handmade direct from Kruba Krissana hand (BE 2551), backside attached with beautiful gems and the big size gold ball from Thailand at the center bring strong blessing of prosperous fortune. This is the special amulet one of Kruba Krissana's favorite that he had wear all the time(before painted image), For this item the money go direct to Kruba Krissana as donation to the temple, his blessing mantra and certificate will be given. One of Kruba Krissana's most powerful amulet.

The effects of the King of Butterfly pendants are as follows:

Helps in creating business opportunities and drawing wealth
Dissolving disharmony and discord between people
Easier to find help from people around
Conquering and eliminating enemies
Grants wishes and helps you achieve your aims
Averting obstacles and danger

Guman Thong Chaloensuk

Guman Thong are known to bring good luck to both home and business, and is a very popular talsiman in Thai society.
The legend of Guman Thong first appeared during the reign of King Ramathipbodhi 2 around BE 1491-1529 (Ayuttaya period) in the classic Thai literature, Kun Chang Kun Pan, based on a true story.
Kun Pan or Phra Surineeuchi, commander in chief and disciple of Ajahn Kong, Wat Kea , was the protagonist of the story. He discovered that Boa Klee, one of his wive's, planned to poison him. He therefore, murdered her, took a dead foetus from his wife's womb and decided to make his son, Guman Thong. Kun Pan cremated the body, covered it with gold leaves, and wrapped him up.
Besides Fafeun sword and SiMohk horse, Guman Thong was one of the most sacred possessions that Kun Pan had endeavored to find all his life. Guman Thong was very significant, because he was also his son. Morover Guman Thong was a baby spirit that could travel with him anywhere, unlike the other sacred possessions he owned.
A man with knowledge of magic would know exacatly how to raise an army and encourage soldiers to fight courageously.
Guman Thong have been classified as a sacred talisman since the Ayuttaya period, and still has the same reputation to this very day.
The magic to create Guman Thong has been vividly narrated in poem in the book Khun Chang Kun Pan
Then he carried the baby from the belly
Guman Thong please come with me
He gently grabbed the bag
Covered his son and took him away
He walked out and closed the door
Harshly reached, stepped accross the back
Of the temple. He closed the door of the hall
And locked it from inside
Kun Pan uncovered his bag
Lighted fire and burning red hot iron
Brought out holy wood and set it
As tripod to support the baby
Narai cabalistic writing put on his head
Raja mystic symbol placed on the floor
Using his dagger to tear the cabalistic writing
And place the Mother of the Earth on the ground
He set four stick in four directions
Then spun the white string around
Placed another mystic writing on the ceiling
And everything set and ready
The old traditional ways of creating Guman Thong are no longer performed. Other then the classic literature it is also recorded in other historical litearture. The monks would bring the magic dagger and recite ancient incantations whilst delivering the Guman from the mothers womb '' Sitti deacho sitti jittung maha pooto mason tanung'' , when delivered the monk would talk to him, ''My boy I love you, come with me, I want you to be my son''.
The foetus had to be cremated in the area of the temple, and just like the classic literature, the monk would cover the ceiling with a white sheet, set lacquered stiocks in four directions, place holy white string, seven rounds and place cabalistic writing, Mongkul Praputtachao on the ceiling. A three legged stand tripod and a beam to put the baby were made of wood from trees called cassia nodosa. The monk had to be careful not to burn the body and complete the ceremony before dawn.. The following incantion was recited:
Suwanno Piyagumaro mahapooto mahittigo suppatisasu wattigo suppakamaesu kowaro suppachananung hateuyya mahatecho pawattigo ratanataya nupawaena ratanataya tedsa taewanung ittipalaena gumaro jamahittigo''
Translated, '' Guman Thong, with great power, you can travel to any place, into houses, our minds. You travel with the power of the three gems and the power of the gods. Finally the monk would close the ceremony with further incantations, and lacquer the body.
This process has nowadays been modified considerably, and most importantly no corpses are used in this process, the monk invites the spirit of Guman Thong to take up residence in the idol.
Today, Ajahn Yaem is one of only a few monks who possesses sufficiently strong mind power (and completed Nippansutra) capabale of creating efficacous Guman Thong. Ajahn Yaem, Wat Sam Ngam, Don Tum, is the disciple of Luang Phor Tae. It is said that his Guman Thong are equally as powerful as his mentors.
Ajahn Yaem meditates whilst creating Guman Thong asking that the King of death (Paya Mutijuraj) for permission to bring good spirits into his idols.

His guman are made from soil collcted from seven graveyarads, and Prai Guman Dust (childs bone dust) These are the most powerful Guman, using the inherent power of the spirit world, different to prai guman that simply use the power of the masters spell.
It is customary for all Guman issued by this temple to be named individually, this little boy is known as Caloensuk and has recetly been reblessed at wat sam Ngam where LP yaem tied the guman with Sai Sin

Luang Phor Thuad, Pim Marn BE 2507


Luang Phor Thuad amulet created and blessed by Ajahn Nong, Wat Saikhao, Pattani province. This very early series of amulets was blessed in BE 2707 and are thought to be equally as powerful as the original amulets created in BE 2497

It was recorded that Ajahn Nong had invited Luang Poo Tim of Wat Chang Hai to help bless and transfer sacred power into these amulets. A ceremony was organized at Wat Chang Hai and attended by some of the most powerful monks of that era including Luang Phor Krai, Luang Phor Lindum , Luang Phor Sittichai, and Luang Phor Marn etc

Sacred Materials

Many kinds of sacred materials were used to create the series of Luang Phor Tuad Marn B.E.2507 amulets:

Sacred powder of Wan 108

Sacred Powder of Dinkark-yayuk

Sacred powder of Bai Lan

Sacred powder of LP Thuad B.E.2497 amulets

Sacred powder of Khao Niawdum, believed to protect worshippers from weapons and bullets.

All materials were mixed together and pressed into the moulds by Luang Phor Tim.

After which the amulets were invited to Wat Saikhao where they were again reblessed with sacred spells by Ajahn Nong and Luang Phor Tim to further increase efficacy. Worshippers were assured that the power was equal to those originally created in BE 2497 affording the same protection.

Furthermore the name of the amulet Luang Phor Tuad Marn means “prosperity” therefore all worshippers of the amulets would also be blessed with wealth

Friday, June 12, 2009

LP Tae Amulet

LP Tae Image amulet

LP Yam blessing the Amulet

Blessed by LP Tae and reblessed by LP Yam in June 2009

LP Tae Image Amulet

LP Tae Amulet

LP Tae Image
Blessed by LP Tae in BE 2495 and reblessed in June 2009
Powerful for Metta

Thursday, June 11, 2009


Piddta Katha
Pi Yo Tay Wa Ma, Nok Sa Nam
Pi Yo Prom Ma Na, Mu Tar Mo
Pi Yo Na Kar Su Pang Na Rang
Pi In Tar Read Yang Na Ma Mi Hung
Hit Chi Tang Pi Yang Mak Mak (3 times)

Sangkajai Katha
Maha Jakya Yak No
Jak Mahathero
Yaka Dewa Nak Ra
Puchito Soraho
Pan Jakya Ti Mahit
Maha Lapang Sukang
Phawantumae Sangkajai

Khun Paen Khatha
Ae Hi Ma Ma Na Mo Buddha Ya Na Ma Pa Ta

Khun Paen Khatha

Su Na Mo Lo
(then wish once at a time)

Khun Paen Khatha (charming a woman)
Na Ma Ja Ku Au Ja Ya Ma E Ti Ara Hang Pan Tang Ja Ku

Guman Thong Khatha ( worship )
Gu Ma Ro Maa Ma Ma A Hi Jit Tang Pi Yang Ma Ma

Nang Kwak Khatha
Omm Pu Chao Kaow Keao Mi-Look Sau Khun Diao
Ci wa Nang KwakChaiHin Chai Rak
Yin hen Yin Tak Pa Ku Pai Kar
Teng Meng Man Kar Hua Wen Ketai Sen Tar Nan
Sam Ren Krab Pan, Ren Pian Set-Ti
Sam Pee Ren bian Sam Pau Thong
Phra Suk Teh Ka Khun Diao

To be free from all obstacles
Buddho itipiso bhagava buddho bhagavati itipiso bhagava araham itipiso bhagava samma sambuddho

For Wealth and Good Fortune
namo tassa ,ba kar wah toh,
har ra ah toh, sum ma sum,
put ta sa

phutta mak a oo
namo put ta ya

wira thayo
wira kohnayang
wira hingsa wira thasi
wira thasa
wira iti yo
puttasa mani mamak
puttasa sawahom

Phra Jatukarm Ramathep Katha
Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Samma Sambuddhasa
Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Samma Sambuddhasa
Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Samma Sambuddhasa

Put Thang Arat Tana Nang
Dham Mang Arat Tana Nang
Sang Khang Arat Tana Nang
Put Thang Prak Sit Tit May
Dham Mang Prak Sit Tit May
Sang Khang Prak Sit Tit May

Ja Tu Karm Ra Ma Thep Wang
Po Tit Sat Tang
Mak Ha Ku Nang
Mak Hit Ti Kang
Ak Hang Pu Che Mik
Sit Tit La Po
Nik Ran Tak Rang

Luang Phor Thuad Katha
Namo Tassa, Bha Ba Ga Va To, Ara Ha To, Sam Ma Sam Buddha Ssa.

Namo Buddhi Satto
Ah Kan Ti Ma Ya
Iti Pa Ga Va
Na Ca Li Ti

Kuman Tong: the Fortune Maker Part 3 of 3

Miraculous Experiences from People who Worship Kuman Tong

Mr. Tuarae Chenyim reveals that his restaurant runs well because of Kuman Tong. He has a very good experience with Kuman Tong. Everybody in Thailand knows him as a famous comedian and he is also the owner of "Tuarae Kitchen" an awesome restaurant in Sanam Bin Nam. His "pork spicy curry noodle" is very deficient; everyone who ever tastes it will never forget the unique taste. Mr. Taurae says that he has opened this restaurant for four months only but he has a lot of money from this business and all day long there are a lot of customers in his restaurant. He believes that it may because of he is a celebrity, but his reputation is only 30 per sent and the rest is the quality of the food that make his restaurant famous. He also reveals us his top secret that besides his effort and his service mind, Kuman Tong has helped him to get wealthy. Mr. Taurae's Kuman Tong is different from ordinary Kuman Tong because his Kuman Tong's spirit inhibits in a baby doll that he found somewhere in his restaurant. At first he heard a voice calling him father; he turned and saw a lovely doll, so he decided to keep it with him. In the evening he heard the same voice again saying that: "Father, I will help you run this business." Mr. Tuarae raises his Kuman Tong up by telling him that he can eat and touch anything but he must behave and keep the room tidy. Sometimes Mr. Taurae worships Kuman Tong with sweet drink, candy, and toy. Before he opens the restaurant, he will light 3 joss sticks for the Buddha and another 5 joss sticks to worship the spirit of the house and Kuman Tong. For him, he believes in miracle and mystical power. He has faith in Kuman Tong and the Circle of Life in Buddhism. Mr Taurae says that the most important thing is that we must not live a careless life. People need faith but at the same time they have to be virtue and keep developing their skills. He believes that the reason why he is quite successful in this restaurant business is because he is good in trade and the sacred power brings him good luck. Miss Luck... the Kuman Tong Worshipper Miss Luck is another one who loves to worship Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom. She has worshipped many Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom from various schools such as the famous Kuman Tong from Master Kong's school. When she started to worship them, she always dreamt about children. Yet, the strangest thing is that many people have seen a young boy with topknot hair in her house although she says that there is nobody there. Another miraculous thing is that she needs no one to watch her store, because she believes that Kuman Tong can help her take care of the store very well, and it is very strange that her store has never been robbed. Miss Luck also tells us that nowadays there are a lot of beautiful gold necklaces that her friends have given to her most powerful Kuman Tong from Laung Por Tae's temple. Her friends prayed for her Kuman Tong and he made their wishes come true, so they brought him these gold necklaces. She says that Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom from Master Kong always appear to her family. She would always bring Ruk-Yom with her all the time because she believes that they would add her charm and bring her good luck.

The Wisdom Hidden in Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom

Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom are made in the shape of young boys. The masters in the past did not create them in adult figure because they believed that young children possessed the power of charm in them, and children's mind is clean and easily to be taught unlike the solid mind of the adult. The great masters have created Kuman Tong in various positions. Some of them can stand on their own or some sucking an umbilical cord. For Kuman Tong in the statue of a young boy who can stand on his two legs would be about 2-3 years old. The masters in the past believed that the children naturally had power of charm. Everybody loved them, kept nourishing them, and would forgive them if they misbehaved. For Kuman Tong who appears as a fetus sucking umbilical cord, the great masters created Kuman Tong in this position to stand for the symbol of typical care and attention. The mother would advocate her love for the child more than usual in this state, so that she can die for her child. This symbol represents the extreme power of charm. The wisdoms behind the creation of Kuman Tong come directly from nature and everyday life. When the great masters who are inspired by these wisdoms, have created this talismans, they can bring good things and even miracle to their lives and people who worship their talismans. Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom have to be created in the figure of young boys because when we worship and carry them with us, we will make other people love us as if we were their sons. The power of Kuman Tong will make the authorities love us and provide us more advantage. This is the reason why Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom become very famous talismans.

The Incantation Used in Creating Kuman Tong

"Om suwanno piyakumaro mahapooto mahittigo suppatisaesuwattago suppakamaesukojaro suppachaenanunghatayae mahataechoprawattigo ruttanatayanupawaena ruttanatayataeyasa tewanung-ittipalaena kumarojamahittigo." This incantation means that: "Kuman Tong, the king of all the spirits, who has the extreme power, could travel in every direction to everywhere, and to everyone's mind. With the power of the Three Gems and sacred angels, I wish you have the strongest power.

The Incantation Used in Ordering Kuman Tong

"Kudchamahapooto Samanudsaso sataewago karohi pito wadjanaena sumpunnaena prasittiya." This spell means that: "Kuman Tong who has a strong power of all angels and men, may you please obey my order." After reciting this incantation, you could tell your Kuman Tong what you desire.

The Incantation Used in Creating Charming Kuman Tong

"Matayataniyungputtung ayusa aekaputtamanurukkae awumpi suppapootaemanasumpawayerparimanung." After reciting this incantation 3 times, you then pray in your mind that: "Mother loves the only child in her womb with her life, let there be the same kind of love everywhere." After this you can make a wish. For example, if you are going to see anyone, you can call his name and wish him to love and please you. With the power of Lord Buddha, Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom, you will get what you want.

The Incantation Used in Making the Opposite Sex Love You

If you want Kuman Tong to help you make any man and woman, who you are interesting in, love you. You can recite this incantation: "Piyotaewamanudsanung piyoprommanumuttamo piyonakasupunnanung pininsiyungnamamihung." Recite this incantation 3 times, and you will appear more attractive in other people's eyes.

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Kuman Tong: the Fortune Maker Part 2 of 3

The Differences between Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom

Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom are always considered as the same talismans; they belong to the same category. Yet, they have some differences. Both Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom are created as sacred statues of young boys, but Kuman Tong in some school is created by using soil while Ruk-Yom is made of withered wood from Ruk Son and star gooseberry trees only. Sometimes Kuman Tong is also made of this kind of wood. Ruk-Yom will always be created in pair as two small figures of young boys inside a tiny oil bottle while there is only one Kuman Tong in the bottle. Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom also have the same kind of power, people will use them to watch their property, persuade customer to come to the stores, add charm, bring good luck, and protect the owners from danger. Yet, generally the masters would recite their spell over Kuman Tong to make him more powerful than Ruk-Yom because in the past Kuman Tong were made to possess a very strong power that he could destroy the enemy. In these days we can hardly find this kind of Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom is a talisman used to watch property and add charm to the owners. No matter what kind of Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom you possess, if you have faith, you will experience only good things and miracle in your life.

Sacred Oil for Bathing Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom

We sometimes find Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom bathing in oil bottles. It is because the oil can reserve the wood and people as well believe that the oil will provide Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom a life force. If the oil evaporates, Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom will be tired and powerless. Besides the oil as a life force, it also has a very special power to add charm to the owners. If we recite good incantation over it and mark it on the forehead, or carry Ruk-Yom bottle with us, it will be able to add us charm. The oil that used for bathing Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom should be well-recited sandalwood oil or bulb plant oil to make them more powerful. Besides some masters simmer a special kind of sacred bulb plant oil such as Sanae Jun Kaw bulb plant oil, Sanea Jun Keaw bulb plant oil, and Sanea Jun Dang bulb plant oil, and recite the incantation over it and use it to bath Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom. Some masters bring bulb plant flower such as Dok Kaw bulb plant power or Sanea bulb plant power to add in the bottle, or sometimes they use a tiny sacred Salika roll to bath with Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom in the bottle to bring more power in adding charm to Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom.

The Way to Worship Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom

Kuman Tong is sacred talisman with the power in itself. We can worship Kuman Tong by offering him with rice, boiled egg, sweet drink, candy, and toys. Besides to make Kuman Tong more powerful, we should make a vow. For example, you should pray that if you win the lottery, you will offer Kuman Tong gold necklace, or buy him toys, or feed him with sweet. This action will persuade Kuman Tong to exercise his power. Yet, if you do not have time to do all these, you can only invite Kuman Tong that he could go everywhere you go or eat anything in the house without your permission. If you worship Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom with food, you have to do these as your routine. You may offer them food on every the Buddhist Days of Worship only and you have to tell your Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom that you will bring them food on this or that way. Because they are sacred spirit and hold to the truth, you have to be punctual in offering them your worship. You should offer them food in the mornings and take it away in the evenings. Yet, other offering such as accessories like rings or necklaces, and toys can be given to him permanently. You should be careful not to neglect offering Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom your worship. If you are not convenient in doing so, you would better tell them that: "You can go everywhere I go and eat everything I eat." Because if you ignore your Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom, they will finally ignore your order and run away from you too. Moreover if the spirit inside the statue of Kuman Tong comes from the grave, he will as well bring destructiveness to his owner, if you ignore him. He will become an evil spirit haunting his owner, driving you crazy, and you will no longer be happy. Therefore you should think carefully before taking Kuman Tong or Ruk-Yom to live with you. For Ruk-Yom you should set your offering in pair such as two bottles of sweet drink, two bowls of rice, two boiled eggs, and two toys, because there are two spirits inhibiting inside Ruk-Yom. If you think you cannot worship them often you should say to them: "You can go everywhere I go and eat everything I eat." You could as well allow him to eat or touch anything in your house in the same way as Kuman Tong that we see above.

Special Tips in Worshiping Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom

In worshiping Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom, you should offer him with sweet drink and boiled eggs because they will make Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom more powerful. Their shelves must be lower than the shelf that you put the image of Buddha. Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom's shelves might be separated and thy can be set in your bedroom. If you want to take them with you, you should bring some food in your bag and tell your Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom that this food would be their prize if they help bringing you good luck and miracle. If you do not have much time to worship Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom everyday, you can put some money on their shelves and tell them that they could use this money to buy food or sweet. You should be careful not to use the money you have already given to Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom but you can distribute this money to make them merit, and they will be full without consuming anything. The most important thing is that the owners of Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom have to be virtue, they should meditate too to make their Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom more powerful.

Special Tips before Taking Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom to your House

If it is the first time that you bring Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom to your house, you have to light sixteen joss sticks and tell the spirit of your house to make way from Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom. If you have already had Kuman Tong or Ruk-Yom in your house, you have to tell them that you will bring their brothers to live with them too. After that, you have to light two joss sticks to tell Kuman Tong his territory and introduce him to people in your family, and teach him to behave because he is not different from other young boys. For example if you are praying or meditating, you should invite him to do these with you. These will help Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom to be more powerful. You have to raise Kuman Tong up as if he waas your younger brothers or child. You need to teach him and take good care of him, and Kuman Tong will love and help you in anyway. If you ignore him or treat him badly Kuman Tong will run away to live with his master. You can make him more powerful by worship him everyday. And if you make a vow and pray for him, he would give you what you want. The most important thing is that you should not forget to make him merit every time. People in the past created Kuman Tong because they thought that every child had charm in themselves as we could see when people saw a child they would always come to greet, smile, and play with him. When they made Kuman Tong in a figure of a young boy, they believed that the power of charm inside Kuman Tong would add charm to his owner. The most significant thing is that the owner of Kuman Tong has to smile and clear his mind like a child; this will surely make him more charming.

Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom's Lucky Names

You need special tips in setting Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom their particular names such as Jook, as well as when we first bring them to your house. You can recite this incantation: "Namanungsamaso yuttato yuttata by the name of sacred monks, I will call you 'Jook'. Namungsuntungwiklungkarung." And then tell them that: "From now on I'll call you 'Jook'. Please remember this and when I call you by this name, come to me." You can call them with lucky names such as Prasittilap, or Prasittichoke. It should be beautiful names which are also easy to remember and to call too. When you take Kuman Tong to live with you, please do not consider him as your play thing because he will gradually lose his power. If you have faith and keep worshiping good things, even miracle is possible.

How to Use Kuman Tong

The owner of Kuman Tong can use his special power by using his mind; he does not need to carry the statue of Kuman Tong that he is worshipping with him. What you need to do is that if you are leaving the house and you need your Kuman Tong to go with you, you should tell him that: "Please follow me, I'm leaving the house." If you want him to protect you in case of danger, just tell him. And if you Kuman Tong or Ruk-Yom is in the bottle filled with sandalwood oil, you can make a pray and mark the oil on you body to make you appear more attractive to the opposite sex. If you want Kuman Tong to watch your property or to accompany you everywhere, you have to tell him. Some people say that they have worshiped and raised Kuman Tong up for many years, but they have never seen their Kuman Tong in person. That makes them doubt in the power of Kuman Tong. It is impossible that every owner of Kuman Tong can see him in person because Kuman Tong is a spirit; he is a delicate wave of power and lives in another world. Therefore, if you can see Kuman Tong it means that you and your Kuman Tong have the same fate. Many people communicate with their Kuman Tong through their dream. The owners have to pray for Kuman Tong everyday if they wish to communicate with him. The most effective way to communicate with Kuman Tong is meditation, but it requires a lot of effort. People who practice meditation will modify the power of their minds to have the same mode with Kuman Tong spirit and they can communicate with Kuman Tong and other spirits. It is difficult to communicate with Kuman Tong directly. People who could do this must have powerful but delicate mind. Yet, it is not hard to use Kuman Tong because he always wants to help us. The most important thing is that the owners must worship and treat him well. If they ignore their Kuman Tong, the spirit inside the statue will lose his power and run away from them. It is true that Kun Pan had a very powerful Kuman Tong but it is nor because the black magic of the talisman only. The most significant thing was that Kun Pan treated Kuman Tong as his own son. He did not consider Kuman Tong as another talisman. Therefore we should take Kuman Tong as our child or our friend, power of Kuman Tong will surely increase.

The Power of Kuman Tong

The great masters have concluded the power of Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom in these ways: 1. He can watch the house for his owners when they are away and warn them in case of danger. 2. He is a spirit which could help to solve difficulties in the owners' business. 3. He could help you get useful news and information in your business. In this point the owners must have strong mind in order to develop a kind of telepathy with Kuman Tong. He could also whisper to the mind of his owner to warn him in case of danger. Sometimes Kuman Tong comes to talk to you in your dream and sometimes through a medium. 4. He will protect you from danger, disaster, and evil spirit. 5. He could be a weapon used to destroy the enemy. Nowadays we can hardly find any kind of Kuman Tong who has this power. But, sometimes Kuman Tong can help us to stay away from danger and people who want to destroy us. 6. He could add you charm. 7. He can bring you good luck. 8. He can increase advantage in your business by inviting the customers to your stores.

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Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom: the Fortune Makers

The myth about some talismans is mysterious because they are believed to possess spirits which sometimes show themselves to people in the house or the neighborhood. The said talismans are Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom which both could bring good luck to your business and add charm to their owners, and protect them in case of danger. The Origin of Kuman Tong Kuman Tong has been a very popular talisman in Thai society. Nowadays we can see the statues of Kuman Tong placed in many stores because the storekeepers believe that he could help them increase the customers in their stores and he could also bring good luck to the owners. The myth of Kuman Tong was first appeared in the classic Thai literature, Kun Chang Kun Pan. Kun Pan, the protagonist of the story, discovered that Boa Klee, one of his wives, planed to poison him. He, therefore, murdered her, took a dead fetus from his wife's womb and decided to make his dead son Kuman Tong. Kum Pan burnt the dead fetus to make the body smaller, covered it with gold leaves, and wrapped him up with a sheet. Besides Fafeun sword and Si Mohk horse, Kuman Tong was one of the sacred things that Kun Pan tried to find all of his life. Kuman Tong was a very significant thing for Kun Pan because he was also his son. Moreover, Kuman Tong was a baby spirit; he could travel with Kun Pan everywhere unlike the other sacred things. Kuman Tong has been classified as a sacred talisman since Ayuttaya Period and he still gains the same reputation in the moment. Yet, we cannot create Kuman Tong in the same way with Kun Pan because it is illegal and immoral.

The Legend of Kuman Tong the Killer

There are two kinds of Kuman Tong, one is wild, ferocious and can destroy enemy, the other is able to add charm and bring fortune. The first kind of Kuman Tong is fierce. There are other four types of fierce Kuman Tong including Kuman Tong Pretmun, Kuman Tong Pretdub, Kuman Tong Pretkong, and Kuman Tong Pretsoon. They can be called "Pret Puti Ngan" or "Kuman Pretprab". People use them only to hurt or murder the enemy. According to the legend, in creating this kind of Kuman Tong, the clergyman had to invite ghosts who died in unnatural death or evil spirits to inhabit in the statue of Kuman Tong. These four kinds of fierce Kuman Tong have his own ways to destroy the enemy. Kuman Tong Pretsoon has a power to drive people crazy. Kuman Tong Pretkong and Kuman Tong Pretmun are very good in protecting property; they will kill the stranger who invades the house. The only thing that can subdue Kuman Tong Pretmun is Wou Tanoo, which is made of wood used in carrying the dead body. Yet, Kuman Tong Pretkong's power is much stronger than Kuman Tong Pretmun because he is able to conquest Wou Tanoo. Maybe the only thing that can stop Kuman Tong Pretkong is the copper Wou Tanoo or Kway Tanoo. Moreover, Kuman Tong Pretkong is able to chase after the enemy everywhere but Kuman Tong Pretmun can only exercise his power in his sphere. Kuman Tong Pretkong therefore is an outstanding black spirit which can hardly find anything to conquest him. Kuman Tong Pretdub is a cold-blooded killer who can cut the enemy's throat as fast as the professional killer. Kuman Tong the killers are still popular among people who believe in black magic. They are not quite famous among ordinary talisman collectors. The type of Kuman Tong that we can find in general is not fierce like Kuman Tong the killer. This kind of Kuman Tong, called valuable Kuman Tong, is good in bringing people good luck, adding charm, and increasing advantage in business, and there is no harm for the owner. Kuman Tong who could add charm Another kind of Kuman Tong that is used to watch houses, store, and invite customer, does not have any particular name. Generally, the owner of Kuman Tong will name his talisman himself such as Udomdat, Udomlap, and Udomchoke. We can find many people worshiping this kind of Kuman Tong because they are not fierce and can add charm to their owner. In the past Kuman Tong in this kind created by Laung Por Tae from Wat Sam Ngam Temple were very powerful. Nowadays they are usually created by Laung Por Yam who is the direct disciple of Laung Por Tae. Kuman Tong who could add charm cannot hurt anyone. They have their special power to protect the houses, inviting customer, and bringing good luck. They do not have any power from evil spirit and black magic to hurt or destroy like Kuman Tong the killer. The clergymen merely create these good Kuman Tong to encourage merchants who have good deed and want something to hold to. Therefore this kind of Kuman Tong is the most famous talisman in these days.

Ruk-Yom: an Outstanding Talisman in Kuman Tong's family

Besides Kuman Tong who could add charm to his owner, Ruk-Yom is another talisman which can be classified in the same category with Kuman Tong because Ruk-Yom possesses similar power. Some people worship both Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom because they believe the power of them could compliment each other and that would bring them prosperity. The legend of Ruk-Yom is different from Kuman Tong's but both of them appear in similar statue (usually a figure of a young boy). The story about Ruk-Yom can be first found in Tum Rub Pook Hoon Pra Lob. It said that there was a model of a boy created to be a playmate of Pra Lob, the son of Sida in Ramayana. After that the story about creating this figure became an influent example for the follower who wanted to create Ruk-Yom. Nowadays we can hardly find anyone who is skillful in creating Ruk-Yom, therefore, it almost disappeares from Thai society. Yet, Master Kom Triwaj is widely accepted as the only one who could create the powerful Ruk-Yom.

The Method of Creating Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom

Master Kom Triwaj is the one who is skillful in creating Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom. He has strong mind so that he can recite an incantation over Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom to make them powerful without inviting any spirit to inhibit inside. Only his power of mind is enough to make powerful Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom. People who worship these talismans from Master Kom always experience good things; they can find comfort in every place they go, and that make Master Kom's Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom more famous and miraculous. The most important thing in creating Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom is, Master Kom believes, the wood that is brought to create these talismans. He used the wood from withered Ruk Son tree and star gooseberry tree because it is an unusual thing in nature; these trees can give fruit but most parts of them are dying. People in the past believe that these trees possessed special power and if they were used in making Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom, they would help empowering their talismans. Master Kom starts the process of creating Ruk-Yom by lighting joss sticks, reciting incantation and then he will begin to craft the small figure of young boys from the wood of Ruk Son and star gooseberry trees. Before doing this, he has to recite an incantation over a dagger which will be used in crafting the talismans. After that he will write a spell on the figures' forehead, both hands, chest, and both legs. Then he will bath his talismans in scented oil which he has already recited an incantation over. Master Kom has to recite sacred spell until a pair of talismans float on the surface of the scented oil and that can be called "Ruk-Yom". Some masters will put the small figure of young boys in tiny bottles and recite their incantation over them until they turn face to face. In creating Kuman Tong, these masters only use one figure and they will recite their spell over him until they have a vision of a boy coming to smile and greet them. Yet, some masters who have very strong power will recite their incantation until they hear the voice of Kuman Tong or see the figure of Kuman Tong move. After that they will recite the spell over him again to make them more powerful.

Three Methods of Creating and Three Kinds of Spirits

There are three ways of creating Kuman Tong. 1. Some masters create Kuman Tong by using soil from seven graves and combining with "Prai Kuman Dust", which is soft dust of children's bone ash. Kuman Tong in this category will be fierce and extremely powerful. He can inspire both good and bad things. The spirits inhibiting inside this Kuman Tong usually come from the graves or it might be a child spirit in the bone ash. This kind of Kuman Tong requires good attention and worship. The spirits inside the statue of Kuman Tong can also grow up like ordinary children. 2. Kuman Tong can be created by using ordinary soil or wood and inviting the good spirit of angel to inhibit inside the statue. Kuman Tong in this kind does not always show off his power as the first one because the angel spirits do not need ordinary food to grow up. The masters usually recite an incantation over this kind of Kuman Tong with other talismans such as a famous Kuman Tong from Laung Por Pull, Wat Pai Lom Temple. 3. Kuman Tong can also be created by using wood from withered trees, especially, from withered Ruk son and star gooseberry trees, because people thinks that the withered wood is sacred in itself, so there is no need to recite any incantation over. Using the withered wood, people believe that; will make Kuman Tong more powerful and sacred. The masters put a spell on it to create a spirit inside the statue. Therefore, the spirits inside this kind of Kuman Tong do not come from the graves or heaven but they are created by the power of the masters' spell. This kind of spirits can be called "Prai". They will not grow up and always appear as children's spirits. The owners of this Kuman Tong may or may not worship him with food because "Prai" in this Kuman Tong will not know how to hurt anyone. Yet, if they ignore Kuman Tong completely, the power inside the statue will gradually disappear. On the other hand, if the owners take good care of their talismans, Kuman Tong's power will increase and he can more effectively bring the owners good luck. These three kinds of spirits inside the statues of Kuman Tong come from difference places, the first ones are the wandering spirit, the second ones are from heaven, and the last ones come from the power of the masters' spell. These three kinds of spirits make Kuman Tong in each school appear in different characteristics. Kuman Tong with the spirits of the graves have the strongest power, while the second ones are sacred but do not always show off their power, and the third ones sometimes appear to people's eyes but do not have very strong power.

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