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Article Date : 13 April 2012
Article Author : Chris Jones
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Luang Phor Oun - Wat Tangong
Highly respected and revered guru monk. Many people have related special occurrences whilst wearing amulets consecrated by this master.
Amongst the most widely reported experiences are successful business dealings and improvement in inter-personal relationships.
Kasin is a kind of sacred science that assisted in the practice of meditation and particularly to increase the resultant power. Kasin was divided into 10 sub disciplines including Techo Kasin (or fire meditation), Wayo Kasin (wind-power meditation), etc.
Luang Phor Tongsuk was blessed with a large number of devotees such as Luang Phor Kum of Wat Nongkair, Luang Phor Yid of Wat Nongjok, Luang Phor Pimmalai of Wat Hubmaklum, Luang Phor Nim of Wat Khaonoi, Luang Phor Ob of Wat Tumkaew, Luang Phor Paew of Wat Tanodeluang, Luang Phor Lair of Wat Prasong, etc.
As such it was difficult for Luang Phor Woon to become a disciple, but his sincerity was noticed by Luang Phor Piu who did eventually take him under his wing. Luang Phor Tongsuk taught many sacred sciences to Luang Phor Woon, including the sacred science to create Pong Phra Junkrungsik, Itijae, Patamung, Maharach and Narprapak powders.
These powders are considered five of the most important used by monks to create amulets, all respected for the inherent power that can help worshippers in many different ways such as protection, luck charm, fortune etc. Usually they are mixed with other auspicious constituents.
Two powders in particular, namely; Pong Phra Junkrungsik and Narprapak are thought to be very special indeed as very few monks possess the knowledge to create them. From a collectors viewpoint amulets made from such sacred materials are also hard to source. Indeed it is quite possible that this knowledge will be lost in the near future.
Luang Phor Woon was truly lucky to have learned these sciences, and as a result many of his amulets are considered very sacred.
Furthermore Luang Phor Woon also learned Luang Phor Tongsuk’s sacred Tattoo science, sak yant (traditional thai tattoo), which could
Many worshippers asked Luang Phor Woon for these sacred skin spells, because it was widely known at the time that they offered extreme protection. Luang Phor Woon stopped tattooing a few decades back after it was made known to him that many gangsters were abusing the power.
Luang Phor Woon also learnt two sacred spells called Na Pudtalod and Na Patamung from Luang Phor Tongsuk, which he often recites, even to this day to help protect those that come to give homage.
Na Pudtalod and Na Patamung two important sacred spells, which are commonly recited during blessing ceremonies, as they are thought to increase the power of amulets. These spells were used by Luang Phor Tongsuk and most of his known disciples.
4. Phra Atikarn Chun, the abbot of Wat Marbplakao, famous for his sacred sciences that could protect worshippers from knives, bullets and many other kinds of weapons. Luang Phor Woon studied diligently learning all that he had to teach.
5. Luang Phor Jun, the sacred monk of Wat Marukatayawan, interestingly also a relative of Luang Phor Tongsuk. He specialized in the sacred science called “Sakod Chatri”, which when used appropriately could control fierce or dangerous animals.
Luang Phor Jun revealed that he had learnt this science from a senior Khmer monk, and had taught Luang Phor Woon because he believed him to be a good man
Apart from these five sacred teachers Luang Phor Woon learn from many other experts such as Mr Chum who specialized in creation of charming wax, Mr.Mo, who also specialized in creation of sacred tattoos, etc.