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Monday, April 28, 2008

Thailand monk performing miracles

Simply Amazing!!!
During this major ceremony, this Thailand monk was chanting in hot boiling oil
without even getting hurt.
Do take note of the hot burning flames.
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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Lord Ganesha miracles and amulets





Year 2008 is the year of the rat , which many Thai people believe that wearing a phra pik Ganesha amulet will bring them luck and success for this year. It will also serve as a good start for the year of 2008. The rat serve as the vehicle for the lord phra pik Ganesha.



Ganesha — the elephant-deity riding a rat — has become one of the commonest mnemonics for anything associated with Hinduism. This not only suggests the importance of Ganesha, but also shows how popular and pervasive this deity is in the minds of the masses.



The Lord of Success



The son of Shiva and Parvati, Ganesha has an elephantine countenance with a curved trunk and big ears, and a huge pot-bellied body of a human being. He is the Lord of success and destroyer of evils and obstacles. He is also worshipped as the god of education, knowledge, wisdom and wealth. In fact, Ganesha is one of the five prime Hindu deities (Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva and Durga being the other four) whose idolatry is glorified as the panchayatana puja.







Significance of the Ganesha Form



Ganesha's head symbolizes the Atman or the soul, which is the ultimate supreme reality of human existence, and his human body signifies Maya or the earthly existence of human beings. The elephant head denotes wisdom and its trunk represents Om, the sound symbol of cosmic reality. In his upper right hand Ganesha holds a goad, which helps him propel mankind forward on the eternal path and remove obstacles from the way. The noose in Ganesha's left hand is a gentle implement to capture all difficulties.



The broken tusk that Ganesha holds like a pen in his lower right hand is a symbol of sacrifice, which he broke for writing the Mahabharata. The rosary in his other hand suggests that the pursuit of knowledge should be continuous. The laddoo (sweet) he holds in his trunk indicates that one must discover the sweetness of the Atman. His fan-like ears convey that he is all ears to our petition. The snake that runs round his waist represents energy in all forms. And he is humble enough to ride the lowest of creatures, a mouse.



How Ganesha Got His Head



The story of the birth of this zoomorphic deity, as depicted in the Shiva Purana, goes like this: Once goddess Parvati, while bathing, created a boy out of the dirt of her body and assigned him the task of guarding the entrance to her bathroom. When Shiva, her husband returned, he was surprised to find a stranger denying him access, and struck off the boy's head in rage. Parvati broke down in utter grief and to soothe her, Shiva sent out his squad (gana) to fetch the head of any sleeping being who was facing the north. The company found a sleeping elephant and brought back its severed head, which was then attached to the body of the boy. Shiva restored its life and made him the leader (pati) of his troops. Hence his name 'Ganapati'. Shiva also bestowed a boon that people would worship him and invoke his name before undertaking any venture.



The Ganesha Mantra



Om parvati pataye

Hara hara hara mahadev

Gajananam buta

Ganadi sevatam

Kapitha jambu

Phalacharu bhakshanam

Umasutam shoka

Vinasha karakam

Namami vigneshvara

Pada pankajam




Phra Pik Ganesha amulets



(Kruba noi 3 heaed Ganesha amulet with rat)

Front view



(Kruba noi 3 heaed Ganesha amulet with rat)

Back view



Beautiful Phra 3 headed pik ganesha in standing position by kruba noi of wat si dong moon.

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(Kruba noi special phra pik ganesha amulet)

Front view



(Kruba noi special phra pik ganesha amulet )

Back view


Another smaller beautiful version of pra pik ganesha by kruba noi.

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(Luang Nui Wat kor hong Ganesha with rahu)(Front View)





(Luang Nui Wat kor hong Ganesha with rahu)(BackView)



Stunning beauty of this Ganesha amulet by lp Nui (Luang Nui ) feauring naga phra Rahu behind and engrave with serial code for each individual amulet. See more information of this amulet at:
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This Lp Nui Ganesha amulet in white colour at: (Sold out)
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(Phor Tan Nuan Wat saida pra pik ganesha tibet style)(Front view)



(Phor Tan Nuan Wat saida pra pik ganesha tibet style)(Back view)
Phor tan nuan also known as luang phor nuan is a famous monk in southern Thailand. He is currently 85 years old. This Ganesha amulet is specially blessed by him. More information of this amulet at:  (Sold out)



(Pik ganesha wat karuntong nakhon si thammrat 2550)
Mass chanted Phra pik Ganesha from Nakhon Si Thammrat. Do See more information of this amulet at: (Sold out)

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Thursday, April 17, 2008

Kruba Noi Phra OPaKut Amulet Special Edition





Phra Opakut was one of the main buddha in Kruba Noi's temple (Wat Si Dong Moon).

Beside my previous posting of the bronze, silver and gold phra opakut buddha amulets,

Kruba Noi himself had also made and blessed another special edition of phra Opakut amulet in gold casing.

This batch was very limited produced and had extra blessing ceremony by kruba noi.

The Phra Opakut amulet was fitted in a beautiful casing. It had a stunning beauty and radiated the looks of great metta.



(Kruba noi Phra Opakut in gold casing)



(Front view)



(Back view)



This amulet is known for:

1) Business luck and sales luck.

2) Increase good luck everyday, making you the luckiest of all.

3) You will never be in debt or poverty.

4) You get to easily sell much more of your products to anyone and enjoy a profit explosion!

5) Achieve and attract Unimaginable wealth to you everyday.

6) Protect the owner from enemies, danger, bad things.

7) Positive energy surround you all the time.

8) Able to be supercharge your career to success.

9) Able to attract more money making opportunity everyday.

10) Attract the right kind of opportunity and people to you

11) Successful in everything that you do.

12) Feel like your world just "flows" somehow, that you're in all the right places at just the right time.

and much much more.......

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Monday, April 14, 2008

Archan Maha Tana Lersi amulet Testimonial

I got a ton of email these days, some percentage of it was from people asking me for advice, and some percentage was from my friends and clients giving me good feedback for the amulets they had wore.
One such cases was the Archan Maha tana Phra Lersi with Salika which had gotten many positive Feedbacks.
Archan Maha Tana himself had mentioned with deep confidence and faith that the owner will be able to see result in 3 to 5 days times and amazingly, some of my friends and clients had already experience the good effect after wearing it.
I've decided to include and post a few of these positive feedbacks in my blog.

(Front view)

(back view)

Good relationship with people

Raymond (Not his real name) was a normal person who worked in an office as a consultant where most of his colleagues were female. He was naturally shy and introvert and the girls in the office seldom communicate with him.
After he had wore this Archan Maha tana lersi for 3 days onwards, he dropped me an email and mentioned to me that he was very happy and words could not express the incredible day he had experienced today while wearing his amulet to work.

Raymond mentioned that the most noticeable effect is the impact on all social aspects of his life with others and it seemed to erase personal space between people. Raymond said:" Woman in my office who I seldom communicate with suddenly approached me and started to tok to me. They will be very talkative, they'll welcome eye contact, smile when you smile and will even lean against you. This is so Astounding!!!" He even said that his boss(a guy) in his office also responded to him, treating him with more deference and respect. Literally, everyone responded.

Raymond added:" Even when on my way out for lunch, some of the people in the street will just looked at me and smiled, others will even come and ask me for road directions. More people were apt to stop and talk with me for a longer period of time than usual. I also felt chattier and a need to do be more social with others (both men and women). This was the first time that I had gotten so much responds and hits from people. I'm serious, all this stuff never used to happen in my work or in my life. Anyway this is so great."

Raymond now is a strong believer of Archan Maha Tana Phra lersi amulet and he wore this amulet everyday with even stronger faith.

Increase interpersonal good luck.

Daniel Ho(not his real name) had been unempolyed for 4 months and needed a job to feed his wife and 3 years old kid. He went for many job interviews but was unsuccessful. When he met me, he told me his life was full of setbacks and obstacles. I recommended him to wear this Archan Maha tana Phra lersi.

3 days later, he called me and told me that he was amazed that within 3 days after he wore the amulet, he could immediately experience a different in his life. Daniel said:" My life was full of obstacles but ever since I wore this Phra Lersi amulet, the obstacles have reduced SIGNIFICANTLY! My life sailed even smoother now:"

Within 3 days, one of the company called Daniel and ask him back for a second interview, which at that point of time, he was wearing this Lersi amulet. He went for the second interview with a positive attitude and was instantly hired.

I was also told by him that his life started to improve more following that. He ended the phone call by saying to me:" Stanley, my heartful THANKS for your invaluable help and advices. You are GREAT!"

Improvement in business, fortune and sales.

Joanne Lim ( real name) was from Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. She was a sales representative for her company but her sales performance was bad.

After she wore this Archan maha tana Lersi for two weeks, she emailed me and said" This Lersi amulet is truly amazing! Simply superb! GREAT business opportunities keep coming to me and my sales profit has risen. Luck seems to be on my sides these days. In my life, I had never strikes a luck in gambling lottery, but I experienced the most joy and excitement when I won a small sum of money last week! It is not about the money but the positive luck which made the difference. A BIG THANK YOU TO YOU STAN!!!"

I wish for everyone who had wore this Archan maha tana Lersi with Salika the best of luck and may your life contiuned to be even smoother in the near future.

See more information of this Great Archan Maha Tana Phra lersi amulet with salika at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/skybeliever2000/2317956443/

See also Archan Maha Tana powerful Mae Per at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/skybeliever2000/2317904397/

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Celebrating Songkran in Thailand



April is the month of the Songkran festival (April 13 - 15)

Deriving from the Sansakrit language, the word “Songkran“ means to pass or to move into. In this context, the meaning implies to the passing and the moving of the sun, the moon and the other planets into one of the zodiacal orbit. And the Grand Songkran Festival which falls on the Aries indicates the new era of the Thai New Year.

Owing to the ancient Indian belief, the Grand Songkran Festival is most appropriate to be the Thai New Year due to the timing of the best season which is known as the spring of India which comes right after the cold season of winter. Also, there are other aspects supporting this belief such as the blooming flowers, the fresh atmosphere of the nature and the livelihood of all the living creatures.

With the great influence from the Indians, the Songkran Festival portrays the typical ways of life of the Thais which involve the agricultural aspects. Free from their regular routine work, the Thai citizens will find time to perform their annual rites of showing respect to their ancestors. The highlight of the festival will include the younger Thais paying respect to their elders by sprinkling their hands with scented water. And in order to welcome the New Year, the celebration will include the delighted colourful local entertainment which, in fact, suitably unite the mutual relationship between members of the family, the society, the nature and surrounding. Therefore, this Songkran Festival has proved to be the most important and grandest festival of the year.



"Wan Chai"(the day of offering)
On this day, apart from preparing new dresses to wear, people will make desserts to offer to monks and to give to friends and relatives. This act of generosity is also a way to show off each familys cooking skills.Well-to-do families will make a large amount of desserts to give away to others. In the past it was not possible to buy desserts since everyone made their own. Nowadays, some Thais follow western traditions by buying and giving cakes to others, as it is more convenient to do so rather than cooking.

Offering food to monks
On the dawn of the first day of the incoming year, people will prepare the best varieties of food to offer to monks. They will also dress up in their best attire. After giving alms bowl to monks, monks will eat the offered food in a temple hall. People will go home after monks finish their meal.

Making sand pagodas
There is no specific date for making sand pagodas. It can be done on any days close to Songkran in temple grounds or on riverbank. People in Kamphaengphet province also make offerings to monks on riverbank. People in Nakhon Si Thammarat build their sand pagodas twice; first in a temple on the last day of the outgoing year, and then in the grounds of their houses on the first day of the incoming year. Sand used for building pagodas is often taken from riverbank.

Releasing birds and fish
This tradition began long time ago and it is normally done during the Songkran festival. Before the festival, the weather is usually very warm and there is not enough water in ponds and rivers for fish to dwell, as a result, people will go out to catch fish in dry ponds. Small fish which can not be eaten will be kept at home until Songkran when there is more water, and then they will be released back to their natural habitat.
This tradition has evolved over time and is widely practiced nowadays. At present, in addition to fish, people also free birds as an act of merit-making.

Bangsukun Atthi
Apart from releasing birds and fish, there is also a ritual performed by monks to the relics of the dead in order to pass on merits to them. This ritual is known as Bangsukun Atthi. It will be performed once during the Songkran festival on any of the three days. In the past, Thais did not bring ashes of the dead back home, but the remains were buried under the Bodhi tree in a temple and monks would be invited to perform the ritual there.This ritual is believed to be local and is not influenced by Indian traditions because the Indians usually discard ashes in water source, especially into the Ganges.
In some areas in Thailand, people also perform a rite to worship guardian spirits of the village and town. In Central Thailand, household choirs such as gathering firewood and fetching water are prohibited during Songkran, and these choirs must be done beforehand.

Song Nam, Rot Nam, and Sat Nam
To bathe a Buddha image, people will first make an offering of flowers, candles, and incense sticks to the image. Then they will sprinkle lustral water signifying bathing onto the image as a gesture of respect.
A procession of the Buddha image will be made prior to the bathing. After that people will also bathe a Buddhist monk, usually the chief monk, by pouring over him lustral water. The chief monk will change to the new robe offered to him by laymen, then he will give a sermon and bless people who attend these bathing rituals.
Besides, people will also call on elders and respected ones to ask for their blessings.After that, people will play by splashing water at one another. A feast in the temple grounds will follow. Traditional desserts will be served there.
The Songkran festival is very much related to water, since people believe that water splashing will induce abundant rainfalls in the incoming year. Water is also a symbol of fertility and is used to clean up bad things. As a result, water is used widely in different ceremonies and rites of passage.

Rod Nam Dam Hua
People in Northwest Thailand conduct the bathing ritual to the elders and respected ones on New Years day. Apart from flowers, candles, incense sticks, and new clothes, betel nuts, Acacia water, and traditional perfume are also part of the gifts presented. Betel nut is a symbol of respect and hospitality. In the old days, Acacia water was used as soap. Once the elders receive the gifts, they will sprinkle the Acacia water and the perfume on top of the youngs heads to give them blessings.
Nowadays, some people still bring their new clothes and personal belongings along with other ritual objects, such as banana, sugarcane, and jackfruit leaves, to the temple so that Buddhist monks can sprinkle them with holy water in order to purify the clothes. These clothes and objects will be kept untouched for days for auspiciousness.

Ready to get wet





Known as the 'Water Festival', The hallmark for the festival, of course, has long been the tradition of water throwing. Everything from a courteous sprinkle or polite splash to a well-aimed bucket helps participants articulate the good-natured festival fever. It's a practical and mostly welcome solution to the sweltering dry season heat.
However, there's a much deeper meaning to Songkran beyond getting drenched. Most Thais in fact head home for its duration, to enjoy a break punctuated by religious ceremonies amongst family.
For them it's a time to express thanks to those they respect, loyalty to ancestors, an awareness of family and social responsibilities and their religious devotion - as well as get wet.



Everything from Buddha statues in streets to temples and houses gets a renewing wash; meanwhile anything old or unused is thrown out (believed to bring bad luck).
They perform bathing rites for monks, and engage in pious activities like giving alms, Dhamma practice and listening to sermons to rinse the spirit clean, to wash away the previous year's bad actions.
They sprinkle water on parents and elders, and shower them with gifts.
Thais believe that bad luck or evil is washed away by water, the person purified, and the pouring of a small amount of holy water on another person's hand or shoulder, confers respect and goodwill. Elders in return wish the youngsters good luck and prosperity.

(Source: songkran.net)

Thursday, April 3, 2008

Archan Sup Brohmano



Biography of Archan Sup Brohmano

“Archan Sup Brohmano” was born in Saraburi province. His mother is the local people in Hin-Kong and his father is the local people in Koraj or Nakornrajasima province. “Archan Sup Brohmano” has 3 relatives, he is the elder brother.

Archan Sup Brohmano’s personalities are very quiet, he's willing to live alone.
When he had to go to school, he did not but he always went to the temple.
At that time everyone nearby him would like to know the reason, “Archan Sup Brohmano”only told them that he would like to learn the above skills that no one know. “Archan Sup Brohmano” knew one of the senior monk or luang tar. (in Thai we call senior monk, much more older than junior monk or the same age as grand father as “Luang tar”.)

He saw luang-tar did the magical drawing (tattoo) to the disciple and he would like to learn from luang-tar and asked luang-tar to teach him. Firstly, luang-tar did not allow Archan Sup Brohmano to learn the magic because he was too young just only grade 2 in school, finally, luang-tar said that if he can remember and do the morning and evening pray, which are very long lessons, luang-tar will teach the magic.

“Archan Sup Brohmano” really would like to learn, so, he tried to remember all and he was able to do and present to luang-tar, luang-tar was surprised and told that Archan’s fortune is written by above world and they willing archarn born to learn these subjects. Then luang-tar taught him but he has just a little while per day to learn.
He thought that he really would like to learn more, he planed to go with another monk, which is luang-tar’s student too but this monk learnt all already and prepared to go around to do pilgrimage.

He is luang-pee Dum, which is Khamer. Archan, in that period before monk he was novice, asked luang-pee Dum, luang-pee Dum can see strongly intension of Archan, luang-pee Dum allow Archan to go with him. At that time, Ar-charn just only 9 years old. Often that luang-pee Dum asked Ar-charn that “did you think of your family or your parents?” Archan replied “I also thinking of them but I need to learn first.”

2 years later, when Archan was 11 years old, luang-pee Dum need to come back to see luang-tar to do the spirit of teacher given by luang-tar but he cannot because he afraid that everyone will complain that he took Archan away. Archan said that “we really needed to go back to luang-tar, no worry, you go first, I will follow.”

When Archan Sup reach his territory, his mother and father was so pleased and willing him to stay with them. Archan Sup explain all the reason to his parents, finally, his parents understand him and allow him to go, also give him the pocket money.
Then Archan traveled to Kamer to learn with his father’s teacher in the magic field of glamour, which can make everyone love and help the one who carry this magic. He also learnt another field of sorceries for a year.
After that, he went to Laos and learnt with the hermit call “Tar-fire hermit” (in the meaning of fire eyes). This hermit taught him a lot about black magic of changing the surround thing to be the power, depend on his need.

Hermit also taught him about how to live and use the medicinal herbs. Archan was also be taught about hermit rules, which call “charn 19”, which is the hardest one. This lesson looked like to test Archan . At that time, Archan was only 13 years old, he needed to walk and pray 108 rounds, sit and pray 108 rounds and lay down and pray 108 rounds and the strong rule is, not allowed to sleep.

Whenever Archan can do all this, the hermit will teach him more in sorceries. Archan passed it and learnt more with hermit about how to make the magic chaplet. Finally, hermit sent Archan to Burmar to stay with the elder in there. His name’s “Make”.

Archan was 15 years old then and learnt more about the the magical drawing and another field of spirit of ghost to change and build to be the useful servants. Elder Mek said to Archan that the one who try to play with the spirit need to be careful because if there’s some mistake, everything will be destroy you.
This very challenge Archan and he success in this. There is another field of the magic of glamour but the monk and novice are not allowed to learn, only normal people (non-monk, non-novice status) can. Then Archan finished the lessons, needed to leave there, he was so sad because the elder Mek was very good with him.
“Archan Sup Brohmano” came back to his home town and learnt another field with another professor, for example, Archan Sa-ngad, which stay in Roi-ed province, in the field of the amulet (Royal dynasty amulet). Archan learnt for 2 years then finished. After that, he traveled to Lopburi province to be luang-poo Hong, of Khao Hong temple, to learn more in the glamour field, which call “Na Nah Thong”, is in the meaning of golden glamour magic, the one who carry or hold this magic will be the one who everybody nearby love and willing to help with sincere heart.

Then Archan traveled for pilgrimage to North-East of Thailand . He help and assist many local people around every area that he visit. “Archan Sup Brohmano” made the decision to build up his own hermitage in Ban Dong Mun village, Roi ed province. When Ar-charn’s age is able to ordain, he went to Ubonrajatani to do the ordination there with luang-poo Brohma. Luang-poo Brohma also taught him another magic’s field as we call “Tip Pra Mon” prayed. “Archan Sup Brohmano” would like to learn more in mentality field because he met one of Tibet monk (Lama) then he went to learn in Tibet for many months.
When he came back Thailand , he found that there are more and more disciples both inside and outside the country. Archan Sup also go to Singapore for pilgrimage. Most of the people know Ar-charn as “Luang-Por-Nen” because Ar-charn stood under monk rules. When Archan Sup learn all, nothing else, he thought of “elder Mek” word that there is another one field that he cannot teach to the monk. Archan made the decision to be out of monk, became non-monk status and back to learn with elder Mek, elder Mek very glad with coming of Archan.

He spent 1 year to learn all, then elder Mek death peacefully. Ar-charn went to learn with “elder Sai” in Thern district for 1 year. Then elder Sai’s terminate time came. Archan came back to home town and build up his own hermitage called “Brohmano” on the provided land by his disciple.

“Archan Sup Brohmano”
Chapter : Direct to Central plain, home town

When Archan reached his home town, he heard about the Pradoo-song-tham hermitage, which is famous for sorcery.

He go to ask for study another lesson here. He met one elder and taught him about the highest part of sorcery name’s “I ti pi so rattana mala” which need to spend for long time. Every evening, he need to learn more about the magical draw with many elders. Finally, he finished the lessons and plan to experience in order to be the professional in the field. When he finished all science, he plan to ordain and direct to the northern part, Burma to meet elder Mek to ask him to teach the other subject about glamour that the one who willing to learn need to be non-monk status. Archan’s ordination made he was able to learn this lesson. This call “Salika Porn Yeur”, which is very immediately show that the one how carry this amulet, powered enough to encourage another one who he talk to fall in love or really to help.

The process started with provide a golden pad preparing to be the amulet, then lay it on female’s breath, pray and write the magic on. Then deliver it to the female’s mouth by the prayer and use the male’s mouth bring the golden pad back from the female. Elder Mek taught and allow Archan to do the process with elder Mek’s granddaughter. When elder Mek taught all, he death. Archan come back again with the new life style in non-monk status but he still run his life under Budha 5 rules for normal life. That’s another reason why there are a lots of disciple willing to be Archan assistant. One thing, if you believe and trust in your teacher, you will successful.

“Archan Sup Brohmano”
Chapter : Direct to Burma for glamour sorcery

Archan Sup directed to Northern part in order to find the teacher. He traveled until he reached Burma and had an opportunity to meet many of teachers. But the most impression one is “elder Mek”, which very famous in glamour sorcery. He asked Archan that did Archan fear of the spirit of ghost? Archan replied “no”.
Then elder Mek ask Archan to follow the culture to ask to be someone’s student. Archan follow by then. Archan started to learn by remember all the pray, which are Burmese, Kammueng (Northern language) etc. One day, after Archan spent the time to remember all, elder Mek asked him if he ready to go for experiencing by himself. He prepared all stuff that need to use in the process, at that time he did not know what’s he going to experience and he feel that he would like to try.
Next Monday’s night, he understand all what’s the mentioned process. All stuff ready ; knife, magical rope, incense, candle, flower, Batr top and plain bottle, direct to the tomb. A little bit of scary feeling occurred to Ajarn but not as much because he feel more in challenging the new thing.

Inside the tomb, Archan was asked to find the new death people, the he found one and help together to dig the tomb box up and opened it. Archan a little scared of what’s in front of him. It’s the body of young pregnant female. Elder Mek said to Archan that do not fear in this, use the magic rope tided the body. Archan followed then. Elder Mek bring the baby out from the female body with ask Archan to pray for both of the spirit of ghost to pass away happily.

After that Archan did the argument respective to the ghost and asked for the permit from the ghost if he was able to bring the 2 spirit and carry with him, he will take care as best as he can. After the permit asking finish, there is a big wind flow and quiet again which is the sign that the spirit of ghost allowed him to carry them happily.
When he finished these science, there’s another one lesson that he were not able to learn because it against the monk’s rules. Then Archan knew that it was the time to come back home town with fully of new skills.

“Archan Sup Brohmano”
Chapter : Explored in Laos

Novice know one of the monk casually when he go for pilgrimage in North-East of Thailand . This monk’s name “luang por Sai”, was very strong and healthy. Luang Por Sai was smart in medical herbs and used to be the chief of the monk in Laos . He love novice and taught the knowledge of the herbs for the novice. Firstly, he taught the element science to Archan (Novice) because this is very important and can say that this is the first basic one that everyone who interested in this subject need to learn. Luang por Sai took the novice to Laos to Ban num Pair, which is very far and inconvenience community. The local people there were far from the town and know about the Buddhism by Luang por Sai, so they respect Luang por Sai very much.

In that community, everyone need to survive by local way in the forest. Novice learn and learn in element. One night, luang por Sai came and said that this is the time that Archan had a chance to test the element science. Archan did not understand well. Luang por Sai gave him a bag of rice. Few minutes later, he heard some strange sound from somewhere and found it. This looks like a children or monkey on the tree but has red eyes. Novice a little bit scare but Luang por Sai said that don’t be afraid of it, this call “Gong Goi” one type of ghost and if it can jump over someone, he or she will die. Luang por Sai asked novice to test the element knowledge by pray to mix the element with the rice in the bag and through to Gong Goi ghost. Novice follow then immediately and the ghost fall down. He plan to do again but Luang por asked him to make sure that it really out of power. Novice learnt all, then go to the next level fastly.

Next day, Luang por Sai taught the new knowledge to Archan, which call “Parod” (mercury) to adapt with the element and change or mix to be bigger power to protect or destroy something. The useful of the mercury such as:

Level 1 : First level of mercury can remedy 16 diseases.
Level 2 : Able to protect and preserve from the black sorcery and prevent from every type of ghost.
Level 3 : Able to travel by body movement without transportation or any traveling way or reach the Himmapharn forest (the forest of novel and pre paradise).
Currently, no one able to mix to touch the 3rd level.

To find the mercury not easy. Luang por Sai asked novice to go to little stream and provide the expired skin of pig or hen and put it in the clay jar. Then dig the soil and lay the jar inside leave for 7 days and go back to pick it up. After novice got the mercury, he need to learn how to killed the bad side of mercury and keep it in the bottle.

After finish testing this, Luang por Sai took novice to the Lee Phii water fall and Phii Yak Waii Hill to find one type of the herbs, which very hard to find. They spent more than a month to find, especially, Wann Pet Cha Hueng, which is the one that can able to do the level 3 mercury. In the forest was very dangerous. There are tigers, snake and other poison animals. Then they saw the importance Wann to do the 3rd level on the rubber plant tree.
They made the decision to overnight there and wait to the coming day to collect this herbs.

At that night, there is strange storm but both of them though that it’s normal situation in the forest. Next morning they were going to collect Wann Pet Cha Hueng. Both of them were in shock because the big rubber plant tree was destroyed by Pet Cha Huneng storm and all gone.

They were a little bit upset but they though that the herbs in hand were enough to mix to be the 1st and 2nd level of mercury.When they came back from the forest, it’s the time to mix the mercury and novice success. He finish the lessons again.
Luang por Sai took him to the hermit and have a chance to learn many high level of languages such as angle language, dhamma language, a ra ra da bong language and gobos language.
Fire science and create the element preservation doll from herbs roots.

After he finish, he decided to go out for pilgrimage.

“Archan Sup Brohmano”
Chapter : Direct to Kamer ( Cambodia)

Since the beginning of time for Archan Sup. He remembered that he face to many hidden thing. This is the one of his importance period that he had the opportunity to learn more.When he went to Kamer, he met Archan Thong Dum, which is the teacher of Archan Suthon, which is Archan Sup Brohmano’s teacher. He was very excited with the becoming thing when he saw many poor people come for asking for a help and they go back with the fine and normal status.

At that time, Archan Sup was a novice. He saw many case and Archan Thong Dum always teach him by teacher-moment or case. He told and teach novice to notice and look in each case and teach how to preserve each one.
Many things and many knowledge coming up and can say that the basic knowledge of sorcery had been provided from here.

These knowledge are very hard and lots of detail, but novice really willing to learn, he passed it.The trick is we need to know the weakness of each thing and edit by using the strong or other pray. When he finish this lessons,Archan Thong Dum taught him before he leave for his hometown that Archan Thong Dum which to see him use the knowledge for helping people and do the good way to assist the poor people as well.Novice respected and came back with the highest pride in himself in his life.


According to Archan Sup, he said that he will stop to learn Visha till the day he dies.


Archan Sup Brohmano amulets

Archan Sup MaHa Net Piang Far (Mother’s Eye)

Archan Sup MaHa Net Piang Far (Mother’s Eye)

This amulet is specially made by Archan sup and it symbolizes a heaven mother's eyes looking after you from heaven. Best for protection and good luck.
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Archan Sup Opposite sex attraction takrut

Archan Sup Opposite sex attraction takrut

This takrut is specially made by archan sup and he has written all the best attraction and metta yantra in the takrut. Do see more information of this takrut at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/skybeliever2000/2689026457/

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