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Luang Phor Tae - Sacred Monk of Wat Sam Ngam

Luang Phor Tae Khong Thong (LP Tae) a great legendary guru monk in Thailand, who is the first monk who created the best and most powerful Kuman Thong. He was born in 1891 (B.E.2434) it the lunar year of Rabbit. He was born in the rural village of Barn Sam Ngam village, Don Tum, in the province of Nakhon Pathom. He was born as the fifth child of a family of seven brothers and sisters.

At the age of 7, LP Tae was brought by his uncle Luang Phor Dang (LP Dang), a famous senior monk of Wat Kalong at Samut Sakorn Province, suggested that he go to Wat Kalong with him where he resides. During that time LP Dang is a highly respected senior monk, LP Tae parents consider it’s an honour and allow their little son to follow his uncle to the temple to get educated. 

At that time LP Tae began his studies with the Buddhist Monk. LP Dang taught his young nephew many basic sciences, dhamma and basic ancient magical crafts for over a period of three years before he returned home at the age of 10 to his hometown.

Several years later, LP Tae uncle (LP Dang) brought him back to the temple again. At that time LP Tae began his life with the Buddhist Monk’s hood and increased his knowledge extensively, learning many basic sacred sciences from his uncle and in particular those associated with opposite sex attraction, protection from weapons and danger. As time passed, at the age of 15, LP Tae was ordained as a novice monk by LP Dang.

LP Dang notices that there is no Buddhist temple in the Dom Tum village area of Nakhon Pathom. He told LP Tae that he planned to build a temple at Dom Tum village, some three kilometers away from Sam Ngam Village, where LP Tae was born there. When the temple was completely built up, it was named Wat Arunyikaram or Wat Sam Ngam as it is known today.

It is said that LP Tae was a monk who possessed a lot of metta (loving-kindness) and bahramee (power). Whenever LP Tae went for Thudong, many villagers will give money and personal possessions to him, but he never accept, because he did not know where to keep the money with him, except the morning alms. The villagers were unhappy because they wanted LP Tae to accept their money so that he can use the money to make merits for them. Occasionally LP Tae accepted some of the money.

As time goes by, LP Dang passed away at Wat Kalong. Prior to his death he had requested that LP Tae to oversee Wat Sam Ngam. LP Tae worked tirelessly to fulfill his Uncles wishes. He come back to Wat Sam Ngam to look after the temple and blessing the villagers. In the year BE 2475, at the age of 40, he became the Abbot of Wat Sam Ngam. However before LP Tae became so widely known, he had to work very hard. Originally Wat Sam Ngam was quite dilapidated and it was his responsibility to ensure that he should worked harder to rebuild the whole temple building.

LP Tae was well known for creating “Kuman Thong” (The Golden Child). The first temples in Thailand, Bangkok to create Kuman Thong were Wat Sam Ngam and Wat Takong. LP Tae passed away at the age of 90 in BE2524 (1981) 25 December. 59 years serving in the monk hood.

LP Tae is widely known and highly respected for his sacred amulets that have brought extreme good luck and great fortune to many people. On many occasions it has been recorded that people wearing LP Tae amulets were unharmed from accidents. There were also stories told by many villagers and people from all over Thailand that they were saved from both evil spirits and ghosts after wearing LP Tae amulets. 

At the age of 21, LP Tae was officially ordained as a senior monk by LP Dar which LP Tae was given the title of monk hood “Khong Thong”. Once fully ordained LP Tae continued on with his studies in Buddha, Dhamma, and Samadhi, and began to hone his skills in supernatural spells and rituals.

Later on with his studies LP Tae became the close disciple of Luang Phor Dar (LP Dar) of Wat Paniangtak. LP Dar had passes down all his knowledge spells to LP Tae, and also bring along LP Tae with him whenever he went Thudong. After LP Dar passed away in year 2465, after a few months with faith LP Tae met up with a special Geji master Luang Phor Cham (LP Cham) a Cambodian guru of Wat Takong.

LP Cham is regarded as one of the most influential teachers of LP Tae because of his dedication to the Buddhist faith and sacred sciences, who taught LP Tae everything he knew about Dhamma, Samadhi, Saiyasaat (magical arts) and powerful spells. LP Tae had learned many consecrate powerful items from him.

After some time, LP Cham told LP Tae, if you want to become Jao Khun (monk with a high title), you have to enter the forest. LP Tae chooses the latter, and starts his pilgrimage travel to earn more experience and to test his own knowledge and karma alone among forest and caves for many years in Cambodia and became a Thudong monk. During this period LP Tae increased his knowledge extensively, learning many new sacred spells particular associated with opposite sex attraction, protection from weapons and danger.

Of course his best known amulets and statues are Kuman Thong. However, LP Tae did learned the knowledge of science and sacred spells from LP Cham, and finally he also learned it from an old book that it was given by a senior monk at Wat Gutidiaw, Nakhon Pathom Province, an ancient temple which now is deserted. 

Moreover all materials were especially collected from many places such as graveyards (soils), deep forests (sacred plants), and places that most people feared to tread. LP Tae wanted to create some of the most efficacious amulets possible, and the raw materials often took years to collect. This dedication is what makes his Kuman Thong the most sought after and the most powerful, providing protection, fortune and good luck.

According to LP Cham instructions, LP Tae strictly followed his advice and never take a shower for decades, indeed their robes were also darkened with age, but preferring a life of dedication over beauty. It was by this same token that all of LP Tae - Kuman Thong appears quite rough in appearance, but that did not detract from the power, having passed consecutive blessing ceremonies.

According to a story told by the villagers of Nakhon Pathom, in the year B.E.2483, there lived food peddler in the town center of Nak Kan Bahn. He was a good cook but no matter how hard and what he'd ever done, all of that just never be good enough for him. One fine day in the morning while he set up his stall at the roadside to start his business. LP Tae went over to his stall to consume his meal before mid-day. Immediately, he bring a bowl of food and presented it to him.

After finishing the food, LP Tae would like to pay for his meal. But the peddler unwilling to accept LP Tae money and treated it as giving alms to him. LP Tae then took out a Kuman Thong statue from his shoulder bag and gave it to the peddler. He told the peddler to pray with faith and treat it well everyday, and Kuman Thong will help him in return. The peddler did according to what LP Tae had advised him. Soon after that, the peddler's business improved and became rich. From a small stall, it became a shop. The owner wanted to thank LP Tae, however, he did not know his name and the temple he came from.

One year later, when LP Tae returned to the same place, he was shocked to see that the stall is no more there and become a shop. He thought he had went to the wrong place until the owner came out and greeted LP Tae. He thanked LP Tae for his Kuman Thong that helped him and from there, LP Tae of Wat Sam Ngam became famous for his Kuman Thong.

It was said that even while LP Tae travelled or slept in deep jungles or forests collecting materials for creating Kuman Thong, the mosquitoes would never bite him; it was though his body was covered with an invisible net. LP Tae actually later revealed that he used a scared spell known as “Kang Moong”, learnt from LP Cham.

Luang Phor Yam (LP Yam) of Wat Sam Ngam, Nakhon Pathom province, is the only one who succeeds in making Kuman Thong from LP Tae. LP Yam also revealed that the ancient-science book that LP Tae had used to create Kuman Thong has been retained by the temple and is considered a very precious heritage. Fortunately most of the knowledge was passed down to his own disciple LP Yam who has continued the tradition.

Now LP Yam is at the age of 91, LP Yam was ordained as a novice monk at the age of 23. He has been an expert of concentration of mindfulness in Buddhism way. LP Yam has the knowledge of Wichah (magic). Regarding of making Kuman Thong, he take a shower once a year.

The Sacred Statue and Amulet of Kuman Thong at all time

Nowadays, peoples’ offer Kuman Thong to help achieve in career, success in business, bring luck, wealth and fortune, help in relationship, bring love and respect from people, people use Kuman Thong to protect their home, protect their treasure and precious belonging, protect their love one and family. Kuman Thong help owner protect from dangers and misfortune, protection from evil spirits and ghosts.

For those who worship Kuman Thong, their life is being blessed by their spirits for all times. Kuman Thong is a soul of a fetus, baby or child who died before their right time; a wandering spirit which the monk invited them by ritual to achieve the state of Buddha hood, and chanted with sacred mantras to invited the spirits to reside in the amulets or statues and bless the wearer from all bad things happening. Kuman Thong is created to help peoples to conduct their own karma. They share the good karma together whenever their owner conducted, and so does the bad karma as well, which is why Kuman Thong are famous. They depend on how people will treat and use them, they're powerful and fast as they'll want their karma through their owner.

Luang Phor Yam

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