Sunday, 19 August 2012

Luang Pu Boon_Wat Klang Bang Kaew, Nakhon Pathom. ( 3rd July B.E 2391 – B.E 2478 )

Luangpu Boon Wat Klang Bangkaew
 Luang Pu Boon_Wat Klang Bang Kaew, Nakhon Pathom.
( 3rd July B.E 2391 – B.E 2478 )



 Luang Phor Boon was born on July 3rd, B.E.2391 during the reign of King Rama III. He was the eldest amongst the six children of Mr. Seng and Mrs.Lim.
When he was 13, his father passed away and he was sent to Wat Klang Bangkaew to learn Lord Buddha’s Dharma. He was ordained as a novice at the age of 15.
Aged 20 he was ordained as a Buddhist monk on June 21, B.E.2412.

Luang Phor Boon is regarded as one of the Top-Ten Gurus in Thailand and he is well-respected for his Buddhakhom (Buddhist magic). One of his famous Buddhakhom is JetroParivaYana. JetroParivaYana is an advance Dharma that can detect anyone’s mind. In addition to his ultra Buddhist magic, he could also chant the Maha Chinda Manee Mantra that was said when it was chanted with great smadhi, he was able to call Metta, Wealth and Fortune to bestow on you.

Luang Phor Boon made many different phims of amulets. He was famous for his Wan (Herbal) amulets called Phongya Chindamanee which cost easily with many ten thousands Baht. Apart from his herbal amulets, he had also made many amulets comprise of baked clay, bronze, silver, copper, lead/tin and ivory etc. To name a few which are highly sought after by collectors, they are Khiao Ser (Tiger Tooth), Bia Gae (Cowry Shell), NakProk and NangKwak. His Phra Chaosua amulet remains the most expensive in the market today. His third generation disciple ( LP Cher ) created the 2nd batch of Chao Sua in B.E 2535 and remains the next available subsitute to LP Boon's ChaoSua.

He was a close friend of many contemporarily famous Guru Monks viz LP Nak of Wat HuaiJorake, ChaoKhun Vinai Kitkosol and ChaoKhun Phrom of Wat Gallaya, LP Taab Wat Thong, and Somdej Phra Sangkharaj (Pae)--the Supreme Patriarch of Wat Suthat. Famous ChaoKhun Sri (Sondh) had first learned with LP Boon and later left for Wat Suthat and became the Supreme Patriarch's right hand and closest disciple. For LP Chaem of Wat Takong, a greatest and most famous Guru Monk of NakonPathom and the teacher of LP Tae Kongthong, was LP Boon's disciple.

 Luang Phor Boon was a pre-war great guru and worshipped as one of the greatest monk in Nakonpathom. He practiced very advance Dhamma and respected by many Gurus from 24xx era. He had mind miracle called "JetroPariyaYana" which makes him able to reads people's mind.

He created a very important Mantra called the Maha Chindamanee Mantra. It is Maha Metta Katha. Anyone who chant the great Katha will be able to call all beings including Metta, Wealth and Fortune to come.

He made many Phims (mold) amulets from different material such as herb, baked clay, bronze, silver, copper, lead and etc. LP Boon made very effacious amulets. All his amulets has long history of efficiencies from those who wears them and experiences.

However, The most famous amulet from Wat Klabangkeaw is "Biage" a shell amulet which has many effacious effects to the wearer.

LP Boon was in monkhood for 66 years and passed away at the age of 88 in BE2478.

Luang Pu Boon resided at the temple for his entire life until he had passed away in B.E.2478.


Creater of Jintamanee Powder and popular Chao Sua Series

Luangpu Boon Wat Klang Bangkaew was a very special monk who had attained very high level of Buddhist practice. The amulets he created during the earlier period of his life when he was the abbot of Wat Klang Bangkaew till his decease were very much in high demand by collectors and devotees whom believed in the power of Luangpu Boon’s amulets which pocesses Metta Mahaniyom (charm or attractiveness) especially the Phong Ya Jintamanee, a special concocted mixture of herbs made by Luangpu Boon which contained the element of healing power.
Luangpu Boon was born on 3rd July B.E. 2391 in Thamai district of Samutsakorn province. He ordained at Wat Klang Bangkaew on the 21st June B.E. 2412 after being a novice in the temple since he was 15 years old. Phra Palad Pahn of Wat Tukeda was his preceptor. Phra Palad Thong Wat Klang Bangkaew, Phra Atikan Sap Wat Newrai, Phrakru Bureemanurak Wat Supraditaram and Phra Atikan Jan Wat Thamohn whom were all well-known figures in the monkshood were present Dharma instructors and witnesses to the event. His Buddhist name was Khantachot.
Later in the year B.E. 2459, Luangpu Boon was appointed as a preceptor and in the year B.E. 2473, he was promoted to the rank of Phra Buddhawitheenayok. Luangpu Boon learned the making of “Bia Gae” amulet from Luangpu Rod Wat Nairong. This amulet was made of specially selected seashell inserted mercury for protection against black magic, evil spirit and bodily harm.


Phra Chaosua Ner Tongdaeng (copper)
Luangpu Boon started creating amulets when he was the abbot of Wat Klang Bangkaew at around B.E. 2429. Although he have created many types of amulets ranging from Phra Chai, Phra Ner Din, Phra Ner Phong, Phra Ner Ya, Takrut, Bia Gae etc. The most popular among all was his Phra Chaosua which literally means “Buddha on a Mountain”. It was very highly sought after by the people especially the Chinese whom had considered Phra Chaosua as an auspicious mean in Chinese description.

Luangpu Boon had counted Phra Sangaraj Pae Wat Suthat and Phra Acharn Pah Wat Rakang kositaram as his closest pals. They were often seen sitting next to each other whenever they were invited to various Buddhist ceremonies.

Luangpu Boon passed away on the 8th April B.E. 2478 at the age of 86.


LP Boon, who has enormous knowledge on BuddhaKom, was one of the greatest pre-war Guru monks of the country. He was a close friend of many contemporarily famous Guru monks viz LP Nak of Wat HuaiJorake, ChaoKhun Vinai Kitkosol and ChaoKhun Phrom of Wat Gallaya, LP Taab Wat Thong, and Somdej Phra Sangkharaj (Pae)--the Supreme Patriarch of Wat Suthat. 
Famous ChaoKhun Sri (Sondh) had first learned with LP Boon and later left for Wat Suthat and became the Supreme Patriarch's right hand and closest disciple. For LP Chaem of Wat Takong, a greatest and most famous Guru monk of NakonPathom and the teacher of LP Tae Kongthong, was also a disciple of LP Boon.

LP Boon passed away in B.E.2478 at the age of 89, he ordained and sustained for his monkhood life for 68 years.   




 


today Chaosua made by lp boon its already well about thb1million








. Bia Gae LP Boon, Wat Klang Bang Kaew.  The two ancestors are
-         LP Perm, Wat Klang Bang Kaew.
-         Luang Ta Moon and Luang Ta Seng who are the students of LP Boon.  B.E. 2530 Luang Ta Seng was dead, so LP Jur-ah is the head to create Bia Gae.
-         LP Jur-ah, Wat Klang Bang Kaew, just pass away in 2554

There are tons of fake and not recommended for people who have not deep knowldge in lp Boon amulet.
 Wat Klang Bang Kaew  is one of the only temple in which all 3 generation are very great guru n Luang Phor with high virtue.
After lp Boon pass on the next abbot Lp Perm also produce very good tailmans n amulet n its equally pricy. the the 3rd generation abbot LP Cher  alsp produce great amulet and also a monk full of Parami.

Information on biagae


Bia Gae is hard to create and the elements are find hard so Geji who can create Bia Gae has a few such as:



1. Bia Gae LP Rod, Wat Nai Rong.  The ancestor nowadays is LP Phird, Wat Magok which studied from Tiang who are the students of LP Rod.


2. Bia Gae LP Boon, Wat Klang Bang Kaew.  The two ancestors are
-         LP Perm, Wat Klang Bang Kaew.
-         Luang Ta Moon and Luang Ta Seng who are the students of LP Boon.  B.E. 2530 Luang Ta Seng was dead, so LP Jur-ah is the head to create Bia Gae.
-         LP Jur-ah, Wat Klang Bang Kaew, nows he is alive.

3. Bia Gae Sai Angthong consists of
-         Bia Gae LP Phak, Wat Both, Angthong province.
-         LP Kum, Wat Pho Plum.
-         LP Oon, Wat Kien as an ancestor of LP Kum
-         LP Num, Wat Nang Nai, Angthong province.
-         LP Prong, Wat Tha Chang, is the students of LP Num
-         LP Boon, Wat Luang has studied from LP Num

From the above, they are popular Bia Gae.  Besides, there are Bia Gae of other Ajarn which they are popular in groups such as:
- Bia Gae LP Muang, LP That, LP Ploy of Wat Kalurhatbodee, Bang Yee Kun.
- Bia Gae LP Suk, Wat Pa Wai, it is the same batch of  LP Iam, Wat Nung.
- Bia Gae LP Uuan Ajjatharo, Wat Nong Plub according to Phor Rod Sur-ah of Wat Pradoosongtham Ayuthya.
- Bia Gae LP Ya Than Suan, Wat Na U-dom, Ubolrachathani.
- Bia Gae LP Boon Chuay  Kuntiwaro, Wat MongkonThepPrasit, Lopburi that bring money to support the poor.
Ajarn who creates Bia Gae also have power a lot and it will depend on the trust of the owner.  If we have trust on something, that thing can protect you.


The element to build Bia Gae

  1. Bia Jun is a sea shell, the back is brown which they called “Hoi Bia” that bring to bless for calling back the spirit of Bia.  The way to use Bia Jun , you should choose Bia that have 32 teeth that are not too small or big.
  2. Parod is a metal material which has Ngurn color.  Nowadays, people always buy Parod from chemical shop but today it is a poison matter.
  3. Chan Rong is a small bee that has no longer that 10 mm.  It makes a cave on the floor, it likes drinking sweet water from pollen of the flowers.  It accumulates in groups and live in peace such as the edge of temple window, Both, Sala and forest.
  4. Lead sheet or red cloth.  Lead is used  for wrapping the Bia that had passed from containing Parod and paste with Chan Rong already.  Some Ajarns closed the mouth of Bia and brought Chan Rong to closed the mouth of Bia.
Bia Jun (Sea Shell)
Chan Rong (Small Bee)

Way to create Bia Gae

  1. Bring Bia for blessing in order to calling the spirits into Bia.
  2. Bring Parod or lead sheet into inside and when you shake, it will have sound.
  3. The way to contain Parod into Bia.  When contains Parod, you must pray Katha “Phuttangbanju-atitanmi-thammangbanju-atitanmi-sankangbanju-atitanmi”  by closing with Chan Rong in order to not let Parod out of the Bia.  But the Chan Rong that bring to build Bia Gae  is Chan Rong Phiank Din which is in the outdoor that can fight for many environments.  It believes that this kind of Chan Rong has special characteristics and rare.  Before, closing the mouth of Bia, you should bring Chan Rong to bless with the same Katha of containing Parod.
  4. When put Parod inside and Ut (closed) with Chan Rong and then bring sheet of lead to write with Yant Na Son Hua or Na Tai Num surrounding with 4 of That which are Nama and then close the mouth of Bia again.
  5. After that, each books put materials to contain further and tie according each books but there are some books use the lead wrap around Bia but this way is hard to do, so it changed to block iron which is easier.
  6. When tie and bring Rak or hard Chan Rong  which receive from the pathway of Chan Rong.
  7. After finishing, bring Bia Gae to worship again and Bia Gae can walk with itself that are the end of creating Bia Gae.
 
The way to use Bia Gae

How to worship and make a result:
-         make a wish with holy water and Phuttaraksa, Khem Dang in many colour, place the altar,  Kun Ha, Khao Tok and flower for curing poison to eat and wash and recall Phra Sri Ratanatrai.
-         When you are in War, you should hang in the front all enemies at the back, Jao Fah and King bring on the right, when you will find a lady, you should bring on the left.
-         Devil animals in the forest, pond, canel,  it will not bite all of cows or buffaloes, elephants, and horses.
Written from Wat Klang Bang Kaew.


The magical of Bia Gae

Protect the hard of Karma, correct the picture on mind and Upathan, correct the power of ghost and so on.

LP Pherm, Wat Klang Bang Kaew
Bia Gae is the first kind of materials, is warned from the danger that we can’t find.  It is Metta Mahaniyom, protection, black magic and protect from all kind of ghosts.

Now Bia Gae from Lp perm n Lp cher are also quite pricy as prices is increasing at a very fast rate. 


LP Cher, Wat Klang Bang Kaew







3 great generation of monk from Wat Klang Bang Kaew.




Chao Sua Roon 2
Silver 2535 qty Silver - 6685 pieces
On 30th May B.E 2535, Saturday at 1:39 pm (13:39hrs), the conscreation of this batch of amulets were held in Wat Klang Bang Kaew.
wat klangbangkeaw
Phra ChaoSua Roon 2 Nur Ngern Wat Klangbangkaew 2535 (Nakonpathom)

DESCRIPTION: Considered the 2nd batch of Phra ChaoSua of Wat Klangbangkaew which the material had consist of many old takrut and holy metal left over by LuangPu Boon for making PhraChai amulet in the olden days. It was consecrated in such a big ceremony where a total of 77 monks at that time were invited to bless these amulets.

This piece shown is a silver material,very well kept and had maintained in a beautiful texture.

Considered the 2nd batch of Phra ChaoSua of Wat Klangbangkaew which the material had consist of many old takrut and holy metal left over by LuangPu Boon for making PhraChai amulet in the olden days. It was consecrated in such a big ceremony where a total of 77 monks at that time were invited to bless these amulets.

This is the best substitute for the super pricy chuasua by lp boon and prices are increasing very fast for this batch.

 Jambo biagae from Lp Cher


Special limited edition Biagae from Lp Cher


biagae from Lp Perm




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