Sariga birds in sacred Oil with Kata


These Sariga birds are from a single batch of 100 made by Hlwong Por Dte of Wat Pah Maha Chanok, which are in the process of being made and will undergo Putta Pisek blessing once they are ready. This example is the first one made and belongs to LP Dte, who let me take it to photograph and post here. They will be made in three sizes, large, medium and small. They will be distributed enclosed in a perspex casing as in the photo and soaked in blessed sacred prayer oil (Nam Man Jantr). The Sariga bird is an attraction spell for Metta Mahiniyom and love charms, which will make both business sales rocket, as well as increase your popularity in both the workplace and your love life.

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He hopes to use the funds from the Sariga birds to fund the further development of the temple, which only has a salon for dhamma practice, and one Kuti hut, plus seven unfinished Buddha statues. The forest temple is very sparse and LP Dte actually sleeps outside under the roof of the dhamma salon (sala badibat tam) because his Kuti houses the seven heads of the Buddha statues which are unfinished due tolack of finances. I stay oftenn with LP Dte there in the forest and can guarantee that this place is in need of much help to improve the living conditions because we have to sleep outside and withstand cold winds and rain storms as well as the mosquitos and beware of dangeoruos animals such as snakes etc.

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The Sariga birds will be released at a rental price of  $SG50 dollars. Only one hundred will be made for a first edition, so they will also be very collectible too. The Kata on the birds says  Na Chaa Li Dti Na Ma Pa Ta on one side, and Put Ta Sang Mi  Na Ma A U on the other. These Kata arepure Metta Mahaniyom Maha Sanaeh - Na ChaaLi Dti is used for great luck and fortune and can be seen in many  attaraction and luck charms such as chu chok and nang kwak. You should use these Kata to chant whilst wearing the amulet and also to chant into it before putting it on in the morning. You can add the Kata "Gaara Wigo Gaara Gaa Noo" as the heart mantra of Sariga too if you like whilst chanting.



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You can contact me on sakyant at windowslive dot com or fone 98323062 (Singapore) if you wish to helpLP Dte toimprove the temple and rent a Sariga amulet, and i will communicate the details to you. The Sarigashould be ready this month, so contact me if you wish to get on the list before they are all gone.

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Pra Gru Tham Suea

Pra Gru Tham Suea is one of Supannburi's famous ancient amulets. This example is one of two bowls i found whilst staying at Wat Pha Maha Chanok forest temple in Krabi province. This is a very sparse temple in the jungle wher only one monk, the abbot Hlwong Por Dte is resident. I stay with this monk when i wish to practice Tudong and meditation in the deep forest. LP Dte brought these amulets with him from another monk in Supannburi in Ban Sorng Pi Norng municipality. They were apparently taken from a Gru (burial chamber for storing and empowering amulets - normally underneath a Buddha statue in the shrine) in Supann(buri).



Pra Gru Tham Suea is at least as important as Pra Pong Supann but is less known on the general market because of its greater rarity.  This amulet is believed to have been created by the Ruesi,most probably Por Gae Dta Fai. Pra Gru Tham Suea has many different prints, such as Ruesi face (Pim Hnaa Rasi), Doll face (Pim Hnaa Dtugadtaa), Old face (Pim Hnaa Gae), and and Miniature (Pim Jiw).



Pra Gru Tham Suea also has Pim Yai (big print) edition. The Pim Yai has 2 or  versions, but there are not such a great number of them that they can be easily classified and distinguishedfrom another. Mostly they will look similar in creation method and texture to an original Pra Khunpaen. Smooth clay baked with no sand grains in it (except for very few exceptions). the color of this amulet ranges from a faded rusty red in color like an old terracotta tile, to a strong deep reddish color. The surface of the clay will feel very dry and smoothed to the touch because the aging  of the amulet over a hundred or more years has dried the clay naturally with the passing of years.


Above pic; the two bowls of amulets i found at Wat Pah Maha Chanok -mostly Pra Gru Tham Suea but also some Somdej and other amulets were in the bowls too, all from Supannburi province, where they were found in a gru. Their age or maker is unknown, as is the case with many of the Pra Gru Tham Suea. This is actually the ashram where i sleep and practice too.

If you take a brush and polish the surface of the back you will see a smooth finish appear almost instantly. Pra Gru Tham Suea has the magical effect of Kong Grapan Chadtri and Klaew Klaad in it. It is an easy amulet to wear around the neck or carry, due to its size being neither too small nor big (just over half the size of a little finger).

In the ancient book "Pra Mueang Supann" (about Supannburi amulets),  by Ajarn Manas Opas (อาจารย์มนัส โอภากุล), it says that in the year 2504, a miracle occurred with this amulet;
There were three farmers in the middle of a field as a rainstomr began and lightning was flashing down over the fields. A bolt of lightning flashed down to where the three men were standing, and each of them were flung in different directions, where they remained how they had fallen unmoving. When the storm gave some respite, the relatives of the three farmers came looking and found them scattered there. Two of them were dead, and the other one was just sat there waiting miraculously unscathed. He was wearing the Pra Gru Tham Suea amulet around his neck. The chain of the amulet was melted but the amulet and the wearer were unharmed.


 Above; One of the other amulets i found in Wat Pah Maha Chanok.

In 2516, Mor Tong Plaew, a Civil servant of Supannburi, was going to see Sangkh Tong SiSai, a famous singer of the times, and the rain was falling heavily. He climbed the pillar on the side of her house and was talking to one of her relatives. Then lightning struck the pillar and Tong Plaew was thrown to the floor as the wooden pillar broke into smithereens. Mr.Tong Plaew lay motionless on the floor. Everyone thought he was dead, but upon inspection he was found to have simply knocked out. They took him to hospital to check, but it turned out that he was completely unharmed. He was wearing the Pra Gru Tham Suea amulet.


Above; One of the Somdej amulets in the collection at Wat pah maha Chanok. Only three of four of these were found.

LP Dte is currently trying to raise funds for completing the seven Buddha statues, whose heads are still unfortunately missing. For this reason i decided to ask if we could auction some of these amulets which he has in the temple of Wat Pah Maha Chanok, in order to be able to hire an artist to complete the statues. After this he plans to construct some meditation huts (Kutis) for Foreigners to come and practice in the deep forest and get a taste of how it was done in the times of Lord Buddha. It is difficult for Lp Dte to raise funds being alone as well as the temple being in the forest in the middle of an Islamic part of the province, with only three Buddhist families living nearby, so these amulets will help me to raise some funds for his upcoming projects as well as his food and overheads of the temple.

Contact me for discussing a price.


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You can contact me on sakyant at windowslive dot com or fone 98323062 (Singapore) if you wish to help LP Dte to finish the Buddha statues, by renting any of these amulets.

Kumarn Tong and Choo Choke amulets

Collectable Authentic Sacred Kumarn Tong amulets 


 This Kumarn  Tong above is from Ruesi Putta Taro from Ashram Ruesi Phu Jao Saming Prai (tiger head Ruesi ) It is soaked in Nam Man Gai Daeng sacred oil (Gai daeng means "red cockerel"). 
Rental Price - SG$60 - SOLD OUT!

Above;Kumarn Tong - Duang Dee Twee sap edition (double your fortunes) from Kroo Ba Jao Duang Dee Wat ta Jampee. 3.5 centimeters. Bronze with gold embellishments.  
Rental price SG$120 SOLD OUT

Below; Choo Chok by Ajarn Phu Jao Bun Lerd from Wat Khao Bon Lon in Lopburi

Rental Price - SG$60

Above; Kumarn Tap Sap amulet - 4 inches long.Made by Kroo Ba Tas of Wat Na Hnun, Payao province.
Rental Price - SG$110 SOLD OUT

First generation Kumarn froom Pra Ajarn Sukh Sit from Wat bang Na Chon, Krung Tep maha Nakorn.
Rental price; SG$70 SOLD OUT


Above;Kumarn Jao Sua - Luang Por Chuan, Wat Bang Gaew, Ang Tong.
Rental price; SG$65 SOLD OUT


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