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Loi Ongk Monk Statuette of Legendary Buddhist Saint Luang Phu Thuad containing a Lucky Metal Rian Coin Amulet

Luang Phu Thuad amulets are among the most popular religious items in Thailand, especially in southern Thailand and beyond (i.e., Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia). Many legends surround the seventeenth century saint (2125-2225 BE; 1582-1682 CE), claiming that he had attained complete awakening (Sanskrit: nirvāṇa) and performed various miraculous deeds thereafter. Thus, consecrated images of this […]
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Thai Black Coral Root Bangle with Sacred Tiger Yant Inscription by Luang Por Kalong of Wat Kaolam Temple

Natural black coral is believed to possess healing properties of the water element. The coral roots are especially effective to treat physical pains such as rheumatism, arthritis, gout and the like. Besides health benefits, the marine substance reportedly also has magical power. Indeed, this sacred type of root can be found in various kinds of […]
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Sacred Powder Amulet of the Five Buddhas of the Auspicious Bhadrakalpa Aeon with Holy Relics from Wat Arun Temple

The Thai term Phra Putta Jao means ‘Buddha’. It is equivalent to sambuddhassa in Pāḷi; i.e., the ‘Fully Awakened One’. According to Theravāda Buddhist beliefs, the historical Śakyamuni Buddha – Siddhāttha Gotama – is the fourth Buddha of the present aeon (Sanskrit/Pāḷi: kalpa). In the Khuddaka Nikāya of the Sutta Piṭaka there is an ancient […]
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Por Gae Ruesi Ta Fai Fire-Eye Hermit Sage Amulet for Guidance in Tantric Rituals of Hinduism and Buddhism

According to traditional Thai mythology, Por Gae is the great guru master of all ruesi (Sanskrit: ṛṣi – seer). Having mastered the kasiṇa (Sanskrit: kṛtsna) meditation of the fire element, he developed the third eye of spiritual wisdom. According to legend, whenever Por Gae ruesi cast his third eye over deception and lies he would […]
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Pha Yant Cloth emblazoned with the Image of Luang Por Pern from Wat Bang Phra Temple sitting on the Back of a Leaping Tiger

Luang Por Pern (2466-2545 BE / 1923-2002 CE) was the abbot of Wat Bang Phra (Temple of the Riverbank Buddha) in Nakhon Pathom Province, Thailand. During his life as a ordained Buddhist monk, Luang Por Pern was actively involved in the revival of the ancient Thai tattoo tradition known as sak yant. Consequently, the distinctive yantra […]
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