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Lp Chey Wat Ta Kwai (Singburi)

Prah Pidta Lp Chey Wat Ta Kwai 

“Prah Pidta Nur Din Pasom Pong Bailan” “Pim Lang Yan” 



Lp Chey was born in 1869 to a poor family in Singburi Thailand, when he was only 2 his Mom passed away and he was adopted by his Uncle. At the age of 13 Lp Chey ordained in Wat Satian Watanadit where he will spent his entire lifetime in Monkhood there after, his preceptor was none other than Lp Taeng.  Following strict teachings of Buddism Lp Chey practiced vissapana mediation  on a daily basis spending a large amount of time each day cultivating his meditative abilities. Upon seeing the dedication of Lp Chey, his Master Lp Taeng decided he was ready to learn wiccha and will spend the next few decades teaching him many ancient magical inscriptions and spells. He also took Lp Chey to go on “Tudong” which involves walking on foot to make merits all over Indochina and to visit significant sites relevant to Buddhism. This was when he met with his other Masters such as Lp Suk Wat Plakong Makamtao and Lp Rung Wat Tha Krabua. When he was older devotees and disciples pleaded for Lp Chey to take over as Abbot of the Temple.

Lp Chey’s most famous Amulet would be his Pidta which is made of baked clay mixed with burnt herbs/holy scrolls and come in 2 molds the sigle faced and double faced. Devotees of Lp Chey have reported many good experiences “Pasopgan” including avoidance of all danger and being free from harm in during accidents, as the Thai economy grew many of his devotees and wearers of his Amulets experienced great fortune “Mahalarp” in business and career. His Amulets has since become very valuable and rare with many remakes and fakes floating in the Amulet market due to high demand.

This Piece is one of many great “Prah Pidta” that is recomended by Mr Payap Kampan the current President of the Thai Samakom

If you would like to be the owner of his Prestigious Amulet pls visit


Biography: Luang Pu Song Wat Chao Fa Sala Loi (Chumpon)








Luang Pu Song Wat Chao Fa Sala Loi (Chumpon)

Apr 30, B.E.2433(1890) – Aug 2, 2526(1983)

Luang Pu Song Chanthasaro was born on Apr 30, B.E. 2433(1890) under the sign of Tiger in Chumphon. Although his family name is not known, his father was Mr. Daeng and his mother Mrs. Nui. They were a poor peasant family. As a young boy he admired art, dance and shadow-plays. When he was 18 he entered a temple for 2 years, studying Buddhist disciplines but had to leave after 2 years to help his family at the farm. Shortly afterwards he entered the temple again and spent there one rainy season. As he was practicing meditation, he started realising that jungle is a far better place to carry on the Dhamma practice than the temple. In the end he left the temple and stayed in the jungle avoiding all the harm from wild animals, malaria and other dangers. He was travelling around the province without a real destination, practicing meditation in search for the eternal truth. In the end he spend 7 years wandering in the jungle. His hair and beard had grown long and his robe got worn out. His pilgrimage lead him to Phuket, Burmese border by Pratchup Kiri Khan, Kanchanaburi and Suphanburi. After that he decided to go back home and settled next to the current Wat Sala Loi location. He was decided to continue his search for satisfaction here.

In B.E.2462(1919) he was invited by local villagers to stay in a “kuti” – a small monk-dwelling house the villagers built in the jungle. He agreed and decided to enlarge and rebuild the “kuti” into a real temple which was named Wat Chao Fa Sala Loi(shortly Wat Sala Loi). Nobody but a few novices was let into the temple as well as no money was allowed to be kept there.

Luang Phoo Song had spent all his life teaching in the temple, searching for the truth and speaking the truth. His words always came true and they were believed to be holy. He kept refusing any titles even to be called the Abbot.

Luang Phoo Song passed away quietly at Wat Sala Loi on Aug 2, B.E. 2526 at about 10:00am. He was then 94 years old. The glass coffin with his corpse has been accommodated at Wat Sala Loi. The corpse has never decomposed, it just dried up to have stayed at the same condition ever since. Surprisingly, his nails and hair are still growing on his dead corpse and have to be cut from time to time.

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Visit to Samnak Kruba Det

Kruba Det is another Occult/Meditation Master from the North well versed with ancient Occult Magic, I had the chance to visit him on my last trip but was disappointed to find he had very limited items on hand as all of his items were made 1 at a time, those found cheaply in shopping centers are mostly pumped or mixed by dealers and chanted loosely with no real spiritual value.

The visit was interesting as ahead of us a local follower was in front seeking Kruba’s blessings he did not mention anything to Kruba but seems Kruba knew everything he had done and started to “scold” him harshly “Not to womenize” “To keep his promise to certain Gods to watch his diet and not consume beef if he has made that promise” etc all this time the follower smiled sheepishly knowing he had not been adhering to Kruba’s instructions. This ability is often seen possible from Monks who practice high level Vissapana Meditation.

Kruba Det like most forest Monks that practice a strict code of conduct lives in deep in the forest next to a village cemetery this is a common practice even for established Monks like LP Kasem (Lampang) who spent most of his life even when leading a Major Temple as Cheif Abbot living in a hut in the Cemetary on the Temple grounds. All the huts below were built from scratch by Kruba himself along with the help of a few luksits/friends. Below are some photos to share.


Below: Entrace to the Samnak (Shrine) we call this a Samnak/Shrine as it is not registered as a temple under Thai law


Below: Like Por Sala Tan and other Senior Figures in the Occult world Kruba Det has a “Mae” Spirit that guides all the other Spirits to make merit for themselves by helping their owner mostly in business/attraction and protection her photo is found below. (Her name will be revealed to those who obtain Kruba’s items)


Below: Kruba’s personal collections and serveral raw materials to make amulets/occult items





Below: Small section for Child Spirits to play


Below: Outdoor area to burn the bodies of the deceased 


Below: Kruba Det re-blessing some items we obtained from him before we left the Samnak








Khun Pean Pueng Paa Ruay

Visted Wat Ta Gradan few months back to pay my respects to the late Khun Pum Pueng Duanjan the top and most revolutionary luk toom singer in the history of Thai Popular music.

Pumpuang Duangjan also known by the nickname Pueng, was a Thai singer, actress who pioneered electronic luk toom. She is considered one of the most importantluk toom vocalist in Thailand. The child of poor farmers, Pumpuang had only two years of primary education before her family’s plight forced her to take to the fields as a sugar cane cutter. Although illiterate, she was adept at memorising lyrics and participated in many local singing competitions. At age 15, she came to the notice of a visiting band, and from the late 1970s onwards her fame skyrocketed.

Today she is remembered for her powerful lyrics, which told compelling stories of Thailand’s rural poor. She adapted Thai country music into a dance-ready form known as electronic luk thung. Although loved by millions of fans, her music career was marred by Pumpuang’s lovers, managers, and promoters, who deprived her of her earnings, to the extent that she could not afford treatment for a blood disorder that eventually caused her death at the age of 30.

After her death as per her request her ashes were kept in the temple as that was her wish to remain in the temple to seek peace and it was where she started her career and also a place she felt at peace with.

Many Singers and Celebrities often come to Wat Ta Gradan (where a pagoda containing her ashes are kept) to pay respect and ask Mae Pueng for her blessings in their careers in show business.

For this batch of Khun Pean her Sister had a dream that Pum Pueng wanted to do some boon for the temple and requested her to help raise funds for the temple stated that her Mother would know what to do. Upon hearing this her Mother knew exactly what to do before Mae Pueng passed on she told her Mother that if the temple needed funds she will seek help from her Sister in the form of a dream and her Sister will inform her Mother. Her Mother immediately ask the Abbot if there was any need for funds and to her surprise the temple did in fact needed some funds for restoration works. Her Mother then told the abbot to make a batch of amulets using half the amount of ashes as a base material as her fans would definitely come out to do merit and obtained this one time only batch of amulets never to be made again. The batch was carefully planned and chanted and successfully distributed and the restoration works complete.

– This Khun Pean brings popularity and metta mahanoyom

– It also grants wishes to those who have affinity with Mae Pueng

– Lastly this batch is known as “Pueng Paa Ruay” which means Mae Pueng will bring you riches

– Mae Pueng was well loved during her time and she fought her illness to perform for her fans as she loved them very much in return, wearers can expect Mae Pueng to bless u with wealth and safety

Below are some photos from my trip and some amulets from the collection available at my shop they are inexpensive starting from only $30 sgd

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Below: An old signboard of Mae Pueng’s concerts

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Below: Make up tables brought by devotees and fans as offerings to Mae Pueng there were at least 1000 tables on the temple grounds

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Below: Me infront of Mae Pueng’s Alter within the temple

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Below: The Pagoda housing her ashes is located on the outside of the temple

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Below: Some variety of Khun Pean Pueng Paa Ruay

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Results of my humble entries to BITEC 31 May 2015

Another tiring day of competitions, alot of admin work and logistics the only reward is recognition from the Kamakan that your amulets are authentic and if in good condition a placing will be awarded. I submitted a total of 31 entries and only came back with 13 placings definitely one of the tougher competitions so far in my career.

Below at the competition venue BITEC (Bangkok International Trade and Expo Centre) 

The Exhibition halls are huge it’s a place where car/electronic shows take place)


Below: Overall prize winners


Below: Somdej Wat Kek Chai Yo (Number 2 pim blessed by Arjan Toh) and Prah Nang Paya Pisanulok Benjapakee


Below: Table 8 Prah Nur Pong Yod Niyom (Popular Powder Amulets)


Below: Table 6 and 7 (Popular Clay Amulets)


Below: Table 10 Prah Chaiwat Paripinut 2495


Below: LP Suk Wat Plakommakamtao Rian Prah Chinaraj and Somdej LP Prom Wat Chong Kae


Below: Prah Khun Pean Roon 2 (LP Tae Wat Sam Ngam)


Below: LP Thuat 2506 Wat Prasat


Below: Honorable mentions authentic but no placing 2512 Rian LP Koon Wat Banrai, Prah Yodtong Ayuttaya (400yr old) Solid Gold and 2515 Somdej Roy Pee Pim Sendai

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LP Tim Wat Prah Kao

1 LP Tim Uttasanto

LP Tim Wat Prah Kao, Ayutthaya province  was born 2456 and was ordained in 2491 under the tutelage of LP Sang Wat Namtao. LP Tim was a true master of Meditation, wiccha and consecration of great amulets. All of LP Tim amulets were made for a purpose mostly to help the poor or to raise funds for both his own and other temples in need of funds for building maintenance. He was a senior student of several notable Monks including LP Jong Wat Natangnok who later shared wiccha of LP Parn Wat Bang Nom Ko to him, he also learnt high level meditation from LP Sod of Wat Paknam the famous meditation Master and maker of the very popular and time tested Wat Paknam amulets. Lastly he learnt from Arjan Ju a great tudong Monk who was excellent in fortune telling and meditation. LP Tim spent a great number of years cultivating his baramee and wiccha by going into tudong practice (forest monk) this lead to him being able to consecrate great amulets in his later years. He took over Abbot duties from LP Ting (the previous abbot of Wat Prah Kao) and became one of the most notable Monks from the famous Ayutthaya province. His amulets and blessings have been popular with both Thai and regional devotees and are now widely accepted and in demand. In recent years the Samakom (Thai Buddha Image Association) has set up new categories for LP Tim Amulets as they have grown to be widely recognised as efficacious and beautiful as a Buddha Image. This is a clear sign that his amulets are slowly gaining popularity and will definitely be both a good piece for wearing  and collecting. Time tested over 2 decades wearers have experience good fortune in business, luck, career, attraction and also protection and being free from harm and bad occurrences.