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- Ajarn Nong Wat Sai Khaw
- Luang Por Daeng Wat Khao Bandai It
- Luang Por Guay Chudtintaro Wat Kositaram
- Por Tan Nam Puttasaro Wat Don Sala
- Luang Por Phaew – Wat Tanode Luang
- Luang Por Chuea Sugawanno (Wat Mai Bampen Bun)
- Luang Phu Nai – Wat Ban Jaeng (Ayuttaya)
- Luang Phu Rod (Wat Bang Nam Won)
- Luang Por Suang Apayo (Wat Chee Ba Khaw)
- Luang Por Nok (Wat Sangkasi)
- Luang Por Lae Tidtappo (Wat Khao Song)
- Luang Por Hyord (Wat Gaew Jaroen)
Pra Pong Pim Taw Waes Suwan Blessed by Hundreds of Master Monks in Indojin Ceremony 2484 BE - Luang Por Supoj - Wat Sutat
Pra Pong Pim Taw Waes Suwan Piti Indojin Amulet from 2484 BE, created by Luang Por Supoj of Wat Sutat. The Taw Waes Suwan Asura Deva amulet of Wat Sutat 2484 BE Edition, is an Eternal Classic Pra Niyom Amulet of Master-Class Status, whose Sacredness and Miraculous Power should be undoubted.
Highly revered and considered extremely powerful, for the fact that it was included in the Great 'Piti Indojin' Blessing Ceremony during the Indo-China Wartime. The Indojin Ceremony was considered to be the one of the 3 Biggest Ever Mass Blessing Ceremonies in all Thai History, along with the Wat racha Bopit and the 25 Putta Satawat Ceremony (2500 Years of Buddhism Celebration).
Taw Waes Suwan Asura Deva is good for Business, Wealth and Treasured Possessions Attraction, Protection of ones Wealth from Thieves, Protection from Viruses, Protection for ones Children from Viruses, and also good for Gambling.
He is a powerful Anti Ghost and Demons, Black Magic Protection. In both Bhuddhist and Brahmin Cosmological Pantheon, the four directional points of the compass have a Deity allocated to each direction. The deity allocated as the Lord of the North is “Taw Guwern” (Guberan), or more commonly known as “Taw Waes Suwann” (the word “Taw” meaning “Lord”).
In Bhuddhist tales and Fables he is known by his Pali name Waes Suwann, or Waisarawan (Sanskrit).In both Thailand’s “Ramayana” and the original Hindu Brahmin Epic “Ramayana”, the name of this Being is “Lord Guberan” (Taw Guberan). Apart from this, The Lord of all Rich Fortunes and the Northern directions has other names, such as Tanesworn, Waisarawan, Yanksaraja, Raaksentorn, Ratanakan, and Aitawita (son of Itawata).
Luang Por Supoj was known for his silent manner, and his great ability to perform the Wicha Lob Pong, which is the Magical Occult Art of making sacred powders by inscribing Sacred Yant Inscriptions with Sacred Chalk on a special wooden board, in an immensely extensive formula which completes the full compendium of 108 Sacred Yantra spells.
The powder residues from the Sacred Chalk was then collected, and used to make a new chalk stick. The chalk stick was then used to inscribe another 108 sacred Yant, until the process was performed 5 times in a row.
This is of course the method used for making the famous 'Pong Wised 5 Chanid' (5 Sacred Powders) so famously used by Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto) Prohmrangsri of Wat Rakang Kositaram to make the legendary Pra Somdej Wat Rakang Kositaram.
Luang Por Supoj was considered one of the Great Masters of High Ability to 'Pluk Sek Wadthumongkol' (Bless and Empower amulets), and for this reason was one of the Masters who were always invited and asked to assist in empowerment of some of the most important Blessing Ceremonies in History, including the 25 Centuries of Buddhism Ceremony (3rd Biggest in History), the 2506 Wat Prasat Ceremony (4th Biggest and Important Ceremony in History), and the Piti Pluk Sek Chonburi 2509 Ceremony (Wat Pha Chonburi).
The Pra Pim Taw Waes Suwan, was made in 2484 BE at Wat Sutat Temple, to be blessed during the Great Indo-China Ceremony (Piti Indojin). It was made by Luang Por Supoj, who then beseeched the Abbot of Wat Sutat, Jao Khun Sonti, to allow them to be entered into the Indojin Ceremony for empowerment therein, to receive the Immense Blessings from the Masses of Great Master Monks who attended that Ceremony (2nd Greatest in History after the Wat Maha Racha Bopit 2481 BE ceremony).
Hundreds of Great Masters of the time were present at the Blessing Ceremony, including Luang Por Ding (Wat Bang Wua), Luang Por Jong (Wat Na Tang Nork), Luang Por Tong Sukh (Wat Tanode Luang), Tan Jao Khun Sri Sonti (Wat Sutat), Luang Por Jad (Wat Bang Grabao), Luang Phu Nak (Wat Rakang Kositaram), Luang Por Jantr (Wat Nang Noo), Luang Por Chaem (Wat Ta Gong), Luang Phu Phueak (Wat Ging Gaew)
Luang Por Opasi (Asrom Bang Mot), Luang Por Rung (Wat Ta Graber), Luang Por Chaeng (Wat Bang Pang), Luang Por Ee (Wat Sattaheeb), Luang Por Im (Wat Hua Khao), Luang Por An (Wat Prayat), Luang Por Hluea (Wat Saw Changoke) Pra Putta Kosajarn Jaroen (Wat Taeo Sirin), Luang Por Pung (Wat Bang Klo) Luang Por Uan (Wat Morom Niwas), Somdej Pra Sangkarach Chern (Wat Bovornives), Luang Por Nuam (Wat Anong), Luang Por Seng (Wat Kanlaya)Luang Por PLien (Wat Dtai), Luang Por Nor (Wat Klang Ta Ruea), Luang Por Lek (Wat Bang Nom Kho), Luang Por Jem (Wat Wang Daeng Nuea), Luang Por Chuang (Wat Ban Praek Dtai), Luang Por Aaj (Wat Don Gai Dee), Luang Por Glin (Wat Sapan Sung), Somdej Pra Sangkarach Yoo (Wat Saket), Luang Por Cheuy (Wat Jesadaram), Luang Por Parn (Wat Taep Tidaram), Luang Por Check (Wat Tong Tammachat), Luang Por Jia (Wat Pra Chetupon)
Luang Por Phuan (Wat Pra Chetupon), Luang Por Hlim (Wat Tung Bang Mot), Luang Por Pae (Wat Pra Sri Radtana Mahatat Pitsanuloke), Luang Por Sorn (Wat Plab), Luang Por Fueang (Wat Sampant Wongs), Luang Por Bua (Wat Arun), Luang Por Plang (Wat Doo Yang), Luang Por Chum (Wat Pratone), Luang Por Sanit (Wat Rasadorn Burana), lp Sukh Luang Por Sanit (Wat Rasadorn Burana), Luang Por Akom Luang Por Sanit (Wat Rasadorn Burana), Luang Por Dee (Wat Taewasangkaram), Luang Por Prayat (Wat Sutat), Luang Por Plord (Wat Luang Suwan), Luang Por Im (Wat Chaiyapreuks Mala), Luang Por Biam (Way Koh Hlak),, Luang Por Tong (Wat Don Saton)
Luang Por Krit (Wat Tor Lor), Luang Por Gleep (Wat Taling Chan), Luang Por Sap (Wat Sangkarachawas), Luang Por Maen (Wat Sao Thong Tong), Luang Phu Rod (Wat Wang Naw), Luang Por Say (Wat Payakaram), Luang Por Seng (Wat Prajandtadam), Luang Por Pis (Wat Makang), Luang Por Am (Wat Nong Grabork), Luang Por Hma (Wat Nam Ker), Luang Phu Jantr (Wat ban Yang), Luang Phu Muean (Wat Rong Heeb), Luang Phu Rian (Wat Nong Bua), Luang Por Chay (Wat Panan Chern), Luang Por Plim (Wat Pak Klong Makham Tao), Luang Por Naeb (Wat Rakang), Luang Por Liab (Wat Lao), Luang Por Paktr (Wat Beung Tong Hlang), Luang Por Sorn (Wat Lad Ya), Luang Phu Phueak (Wat Mori), Luang Por Phin (Wat Bovornives), Luang Por Jiang (Wat Jaroen Tammaram), Luang Por Tong Yoo (Wat Pracha Kositaram), Luang Por Way (Wat Dawadeungs), Luang Por Gleung, Wat Suan Gaew), Luang Por Aam (Wat Wong Kong), Luang Por Jantr (Wat Kong Ranang), Luang Por Oy (Wat Sai), Luang Por Sri (Wat Plab), Pra Ajarn Chuea (Wat Plab)
Luang Por Derm (Wat Nong Po), Luang Por Tiang (Wat Bang Hua Suea), Luang Phu Rod (Wat Grern), Pra Atigarn Chai (Wat Brem Pracha), Pra Ajarn Pongs (Wat Kampaeng), (Luang Por Wongs (Wat Saket), Luang Por Tong Yoo (Wat Bang Hua Suea), Luang Por To (Wat Bang Kluay), Luang Por Budtr (Wat Bang Pla Got), Luang Por Some (Wat Rasadorn Burana), Luang Phu Jantr (Wat Somanas Wiharn), Luang Por Prohm San Od (Wat Ban Prai), Luang Por Cham (Wat Tong Dung), Luang Por Plien (Wat Beung), Luang Por Bun (Wat Intraram), Luang Por Niam (Wat Sao Thong Tong), Luang Por Grong (Wat Sawang Arom) Luang Por Jiang (Wat Jaroen Sutaram), Luang Por Tong Kam (Wat Patum Kongka), Luang Por Noo (Wat Patum Wonaram), Luang Por Kham (Wat Dtri Tosataep), Luang Por Pring (Wat Rachanadda), Luang Phu Jai (Wat Sadej), and Luang Por Pring (Wat Bang Bakork).