龍婆碰(Luang Phor Phrom Wat Chongkae)
P Phrom Khanti Ko or “Phrakhru Khan Taya Phon” of Wat Ban Suan,Phatthalung province. LP prom the well kwon monk and expert in the magic and the topmost monks in southern of Thailand. LP studied the magic from Khao O Samnak Tak Sila (the school of magic).
LP Phrom conducts himself in the teachings of Buddha and there are many people admire him. Nowadays LP Phrom is 67 years old and LP Phrom is the abbot of Wat Ban Suan. LP Phrom born on Monday 10 March C.E.1942 in Phathalung province. When LP Phrom was 20 years old went into priesthood at Wat Ban Suan that had Phrakhru Phiphat Siri Thon or LP Khong Sirimto was the preceptor. After that LP Phrom went to Bangkok for studing the buddha’s teaching at Wat Trai Mit then LP Khong died from the reason LP Phrom was the abbot of Wat Bansuan.
LP Phrom has developed and built the public benefits for the people and has given the scholar ship to the student and the novice who is poor.
LP Phrom is the well kwon monk that studied the magic from LP Khong Si Rim To the former abbot of Wat Bansaun who was studied the magic from Phrakhru Sit Tha Ya Pha Rat that studied the magic from Wat KowOor. So LP Phrom studied the magic from Wat KowOor.The amulets of LP Phrom have the many Buddha’s grace and the amulets of LP Phrom are required from the people such as Rian Run Chatu Ra Chan 1 in 2005 C.E. and 2 in 2006 C.E. and Phra Pit Ta that made from the holy herbs
LP Phrom created this powerful guru stick followed LP Khong who was the former abbot of Wat Ban Suan and the teacher of AJ Chum ChaiKiri.
The above are amulet produce by lp Phrom Wat chongkae which are now very popluar in thailand due to many great feedback especially for kleawkad n metta mahaniyom. These day its very difficult to find authentic lp phrom amulet n there are tons of fake due to the huge demand both in thailand n overseas. These day the fake are so real till only expert collector can authenticate and if u dun have enough knowledge to verify its better to avoid getting unless from trusted n reliable dealer. Lp Phrom amulet most of them were created in very low qty n many stories abt its effectiveness in kleawkad. One of the most famous happening was a guy was strike but lighting n was unhurt therefore that particular batch was name lighting batch. there are many stories n good feedback n that causes the demand n prices of lp phrom amulet to be very costly nowadays n tons of fakes.
Luang Phor Phrom Wat Chong Kae

At the age of 21, Luangpor Phrom ordained as a monk in Wat (temple) Keanlai on 15 march B.E. 2447 and was given the Buddhist nick “Tawalo”. Luangpor Tomya was his preceptor. He then learned Kom as well as meditation from Luangpor Tomya and excelled in both. Luangpor Phrom had also learned from Acharn (teacher) Puang Witcha Akom (the skill of magical chant) before he became a monk. Luangpor Phrom was brought by Acharn Puang to learn Dharma and meditation from Luangpor Dam for 4 years. He then went to practice Withcha Akom under the guidance of Acharn Puwon for 5 years. After Acharn Puwon passed away, Luangpor Phrom stopped learning from any other teacher and went Tudong (forest dwelling) alone. All the teachers of Luangpor Phrom were the best during that time. Acharn Puang was the disciple of Luangpor Mah Wat Bungmuang, who was also the teacher of PhraChao Taksin Maharaj (Thai King) and Phra Baht Somdej Phra Puttayodfah Chulalod (King Rama I). As for Acharn Puwon, he was the disciple of Luangpor Nin Wat Kow Pasak of Petchabun province and Luangpor Seang Wat Molee Chonkhan of Lop Buri province.

Luangpor Seang was the teacher of Phra Somdej Puttakjan Toh Wat Rakangkositaram. Luangpor Phrom met many masters during his tudong days where as Luangpor exchanges magical skills with them. One of them was Luangpor Derm Wat Nongpo, the famous guru of Nakorn Sawan province whom he later went Tudong with. Luangpor Phrom went Tudong as far as Rangoon, Myanmar and had visited and paid homage to the great pagoda Shwedagon which houses the relics of the three previous Buddhas.

Luangpor Phrom then came back to Thailand passing through Dan Chedi Sam Ong (Three Pagodas Pass) at Kanchanaburi province, experiencing many large and small mountains, thick forests and risking many dangers like wild animals and poisonous snakes. Although Luangpor Phrom was able to overcome all these by using his magical powers, he chooses to avoid them when confronted, as not to cause any injuries to them.

When Luangpor Phrom finally went back to Thailand from his Tudong, he came upon Mount Chongkae at Amper Takri, Nakon Sawan province and encountered a storm. As Luangpor Phrom was unable to proceed further due to the storm, he took shelter and spent the night in a cave of Mt Chongkae. Luangpor Phrom started to look around and found that he can enjoy absolute solitude in the relatively small cave. He decided to stay in the cave for the Pansah (three month of Buddhist lent). At the beginning, the temple at the foot of Mt Chongkae or Wat Chongkae had only two monks staying there with no abbot. Surroundings of the temple were also unkempt. Upon hearing that Luangpor Phrom was staying in the cave, the district-councillor together with a few others went to invite Luangpo Phrom to reside at Wat Chongkae.
Luangpor Phrom then became the 1st abbot of Wat Chongkae.

The owner of the land whereby Wat Chongkae was situated decided to donate the land to the temple. Luangpor Phrom then got things organized and started to build several projects for the temple.By B.E. 2460, monk quarters, kitchen, and a Dharma hall had been built. Several villagers had also formed temple-committee. Together, they held plan to build a Bot (ordination Hall). Considering the large amount of money needed for the project, the committee decided to make amulets for fund-raising.

Luangpor Phrom was a very generous monk who like would give away anything he could to those in need. As in the case of Chek Tann (giving alms) batch of amulets made in the year of B.E. 2515, Luangpor distributed out all the amulets to the people who went for the ceremony till not a single coin left. Most batches of amulets made or blessed by Luangpor Phrom, had got the shape of a bell because of the way he sit in meditation resemble a bell (strong & Stamford) and also Luangpor fondness for big bells ever since he seen some during his tudong days in Myanmar. It is said that Luangpor Phrom was a monk who does not like to speak much. Instead, he preferred to listen to others talk. He is said to have the ability of knowing the future. There were several incidents whereby Luangpor’s speech came true (golden mouth).

1) Nang khiew Phan, a close follower of Luangpor Phrom, who operated a food-stall in chongkae railway station. Once had Luangpor telling her that she would be a millionaire soon for the goodness she had cultivated for helping the temple. Sure, not long after, she became rich from her food business.

2) There was once a committee member of Wat Chongkae who often misuse temple’s fund for his own expenses. When news got to the ears of Luangpor, he said that whoever dared to misuse temple’s fund, the person will have his stomach spilt open. Those who heard what Luangpor said, had got no idea what he was talking about initially but soon, news of the said committee member suffering from incurable stomach illness and he died of it not long after had the people finally realizes what Luangpor had meant.

3) During one of the temple’s celebrations in B.E. 2515, besides amulets, towels with the temple’s stamps were also distributed to those who helped in the celebration. Those towels, which were blessed by Luangpor Phrom were deemed limited and all had been distributed out during the celebration. As such, many of those who have not got it went to the temple to ask for them. That was when a monk from Wat Chongkae bought some from the market and started to distribute them outside the temple without the knowledge and blessing of Luangpor Phrom. When Luangpor heard about this, he said, “The crazy monk shall become mad if he continued doing that”. Not long after, the said monk became insane and started wandering all around the place aimlessly and had since gone missing.Phra Saman Kitiwutato, a monk in Wat Chongkae. He had ever witness Luangpor Phrom walking across the surface of a pond situated not far away from the temple in year B.E. 2496 when Phra Saman was a kid, at that time he was playing near the vicinity of the pond together with a few of his friends whom, later became close devotees of Wat Chongkae.

Besides making numerous batches of amulets which were proven for its effectiveness on protecting the wearer, Luangpor Phrom was also very skillful in making herbs. The herbs were extremely effective and had cured many people with various illnesses. The herbs were made annually during his birthday celebration. The traditions of making the herbs or “Dtom Yah” celebration were still being held every year till today.Luangpor Phrom lived in Wat Chongkae for a total of 58 years (B.E. 2460-2518). He passed away on 30th Jan B.E. 2518 @ 1500 hrs at the Bungmi Hospital in LopBuri Province at age 91 years, 71 years of monk hood.

The body of Luangpor Phrom was still in the original condition as when he died. It was housed in a glass coffin at the top of the Dharma Hall of Wat Chongkae for worshipping. No sign of decay or insects infesting were found on his body. In fact, Hairs and nails on his body were still growing. This, many people had said that Luangpor Phrom had attained Aranhantship

(enlightenment).Those who would like to pay respect to Luangpor Phrom in Wat Chongkae can bring alone face masks or figurines of Thai traditional dance for worshipping of Luangpor Phrom as Luangpor was very fond of these when he was alive. Many people had their wishes fulfilled and brought these items to worship Luangpor Phrom as a gesture of thanks-giving.Date of ceremonies held at Wat Chongkae annually:-1) 29-30th Jan - The Death Anniversary.2) 5-6-7th, 5th month of Thai Lunar Calendar – Birthday & Herbs-making Celebration.
3) 12-13-14th April- Songkan festival (bathing of Luangpor Phrom’s statue).

หลวงพ่อพรหม หลังตรายางพิมพ์ฐานร่อง (นิยม) ปี 2515


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หลวงพ่อพรหม หลังตรายางพิมพ์ฐานร่อง (นิยม) ปี 2515

รุ่นนี้คณะกรรมการชุดพัฒนาวัดช่องแค (หมอสมสุขเป็นประธาน) ได้สร้างพิมพ์ขึ้นมาใหม่ แทนพิมพ์ เดิมที่พัง คือ สดสามชั้น ที่ใช้ในรุ่นเบิกเนตร และผัดก๋วยเตียว และฉลองมณทป โดยจะมีสองแบบ คือ แบบฐานเรียบ กับ แบบฐานร่อง เจตนาในการสร้างเพื่อหาทุนสร้างศาลาหลังใหม่ (หลังปัจจุบันนี้) โดยทำการปลุกเสธ สองครั้ง ตอนปี 15 และเสาร์ห้า ปี 16 แต่เนื่องจากว่า ปี 16 วัตถุมงคลหลวงพ่อออกมาเยอะมาก ประกอบกับรุ่นนี้กดพิมพ์ครั้งเดียว องค์พระจะไม่สวย เนื่องจากกดพิมพ์ครั้งเดียว พระจะยุบตัว และที่ติดชัดจะน้อย ทางคณะกรรมการวัดจึงเก็บไว้ในกุฏิที่ป่าช้า เมื่อหลวงพ่อมรณะภาพ ทางวัดจึงนำออกมาให้บูชา และส่วนหนึ่ง หมอสมสุขได้ขอไป ด้วยเหตุที่รุ่นนี้ เก็บไว้ในลังไม้ฉำฉา จึงมีคาบปลวกขึ้นที่องค์พระ เนื่องด้วยตอนเอาออกมาจากกุฏิป่าช้า มีการนับจำนวนพระและตีตรายาง ด้วยหมึกสีน้ำเงิน จึง กลายเป็นเอกลักษณ์และชื่อรุ่นนี้ไป รวมทั้งคาบปลวกที่ขึ้นด้วย รุ่นนี้จะพิมพ์เดียวกับรุ่นปืนแตก และสมเด็จเนื้อทองระฆังฐานร่องนะครับ แต่คนละพิมพ์กับรัศมีพรหม กับห้าเมตตา

ส่วนมวลสารที่ผสมเท่าที่จำได้ มี ปูนขาวจากเปลือกหอย กล้วย เกสรดอกไม้ ว่านมหามงคล ผงวิเศษแก้ว 3 ดวง ทรายเสก น้ำมันตังอิ๊ว เนื้อผงพระรุ่นฟ้าผ่า ที่ชำรุดแตกหัก ผงอิธิเจ ถ้าผสมเยอะจะออกสีเหลืองเข้มเกือบน้ำตาล แต่ถ้าน้อยจะออกสีขาวอมเหลือง รุ่นนี้จำนวนการสร้างทั้งหมด 8000 องค์

องค์นี้ นะครับ เป็นพิมพ์ฐานเรียบ สภาพสวย เนื้อจะออกสีหลืองอมน้ำตาล พิมพ์องค์พระติดชัด ด้านหลังตราวัดติดชัดเจนดูง่ายสบายตา คาบปลวกเป็นคาบปลวกเก่า ติดทั่วไป สีน้ำตาล ไม่ใช่สีเทา (ถ้าของปลอม จะเป็นสีเทา เขาใช้ไม้ไผ่ กระสอบ ไม้ยางมาเร่งให้ปลวกทำคาบครับ สีจึงออกสีเทา)

นับเป็นอีกรุ่นหนึ่งที่ปลอมเยอะมากครับ เช่าหาก็ระวังหน่อย คาบปลวกในพระหลวงพ่อพรหม มีเพียงรุ่นเดียวนะครับ คือ หลังตรายาง และมีเพียงสองพิมพ์ คือ พิมพ์ฐานเรียบกับฐานร่อง ถ้าเจอรูปเหมือน ระฆังใหญ่ ระฆังเล็ก หรือ สมเด็จ สามชั้น หรือสองหน้า มีคาบปลวก พวกนี้เก๊หมดนะครับ ที่เจอบ่อยได้ทั่วไปคือ พิมพ์ระฆังใหญ่ เป็นรุ่นที่เก๊นิยม รุ่นนี้เป็นรุ่นที่จะเอาไปอ้างกันเยอะมากครับ โดยเฉพาะของปลอม เช่าหาก็ระวังหน่อยนะครับ
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