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Religious Thai Amulets are immensely popular among many Thai locals or even the Chinese that residing in South East Asia - probably most followers never have the chance to worship the religion and hopefully with the little image that we wear on the body can provide some form of relief. As I mentioned in the site, probably it takes a Thai to create such a high quality website features specifically on these lovely collective pendants. As I can never be claimed knowledgeable in this strong thai traditions but since I am a web developer in nature, I create this solely for personal consumption and hope to provide a linkage among all passionate collectors. Some of the opinion presented within the site was entirely personal and I do not wish to influence any decision prior to any potential purchases or disposal. So, this forum is intended to provide a channel for all to make use of it to present your own individual views. Enjoy.

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1061. From : uncle wong (nomail@noreplyplease.com)
Url : http://
Date : 12:06 AM Friday 22 September, 2006

我倒听说几个泰国好朋友四面佛有点难配带。基础上保平安与它四面的代表意义就行, 但别问多多超于他包含的能力。 传说有问的过份的事超越它能给于的如能成事你就得换与还愿, 就好像你达成目标没还愿, 就的拿你一样对数换回来般的意义,它本身是幽灵化身, 帮人无数被立为佛但本性还带作旧的幽灵本性 泰人翻译有称Phra Phrom Budda 俗称四面佛 一面是拿密达Na Metta 保平安; Mo Ka Nu Na 一面是莫卡努哪代表财运,O-Bek_Kar是代表智慧, Mu-Ti-Tar音像目的达代表人与人缘间美好的关系。四面佛最出名的是Erawan酒店路口所在的那一尊著名的四面佛像。女人不能配带泰国四面佛牌是没确实根据的, 但你我倒知女人问题多多, 尤其是当感情上出问题时就更多事。 一般上, 除了刚才所说的可能性或“解放”超越四面佛本身能力与事后应该处理的后遗事项, 配带这泰国佛牌该没啥大事可顾虑。


1062. From : Jimmy Lee (jlac30370@yahoo.com)
Url : http://
Date : 09:51 PM Thursday 21 September, 2006

Hi I recently bought a 4 faced Buddha pendant, one for a guy and one for a girl. BUt I heard from a friend that girls are not suitable for wearing 4 faced Buddha pendants. Supposedly this has to do with one of the face representing lust or sumthing like that. May i know if there is any truth or any story behind such a belief??

Thanks in advance


1063. From : Jimmy (jleeac@gmail.com)
Url : http://
Date : 10:02 AM Thursday 21 September, 2006

Hi, I recently bought 2 pendants of the 4-faced Buddha in Bangkok, one for a guy and one for a girl. But I was told by a friend that the 4-faced Buddha pendant is not supposed to be worn by a gal. Supposedly one side of the face has something to do with lust and is not appropriate for women. I dun quite believe this as if this is the case why are there jewellers all over Bangkok who sell 4-faced Buddha pendants to be worn by women??

Any comments on this??


1064. From : Soon (nomail@4thisone.com)
Url : http://
Date : 02:18 AM Thursday 21 September, 2006

Brother Y.K.T.:- Tak jadi in nature. But I do hope your idea of a proposed Singaporen Buddhist locations Guide would work (or at least, a positive response by seeing it going "live"). Perhaps, too many people are busy chasing dreams of owning the most powerful amulets on earth...


1065. From : Y.K.T. (yaooi_tiger@yahoooo.com)
Url : http://nil
Date : 02:05 AM Thursday 21 September, 2006

By the way, thanks Brother Ray. I have learnt something from your explanation on Toh's background as well. But the suggested sites you mentioned are like a forum with a mix of rojak topics. Hard to navigate (strictly speaking, I would rather prefer to be here at mir.com). The Mandarin postings are not heavy either since we last argue over the MB and I think it is acceptable by most of us. However, the opinion expressed is strictly from a personal perspective where I encourage more Buddhist forums to go to the Network the better. Naturally, the finger clicking to where we think is the best for individual is entirely a personal preference. yah ? Sorry.


1066. From : Y.K.T. (yaooi_tiger@yahoooo.com)
Url : http://nil
Date : 01:59 AM Thursday 21 September, 2006

Jeff:- To be fair. It is not an easy task to create content for temples. However, Leonard has also been doing his best. I have seen his new works (preview) on three featured temples in Penang where he took the trouble to shoot some pictures on his recent visit. He told me he will leave the content to some of our Penang guru friends (SThong, Rocky and Tony) to help before it can be published. So, just be patience. Last, Leonard told me he is not familair with Singapore and the task should be handled by the brothers from Singapore. I think that is a good idea too, Singpaore Kaki in this hobby is very active on web forum, why not create a site for us to share and they can be acted as a guide when we go to Singapore, huh ?


1067. From : Y.K.T. (yappie_Tiger@yahooo.com)
Url : http://none
Date : 02:45 PM Wednesday 20 September, 2006

Welcome to the board. Don't worry over the year of produce, yours is a good image. Phra Kring is sometimes referred as "Lion in Jade" (In strict translation from Chinese). It is very good for health and protection of the owner without too much of wearing restriction. The cracked casing is just a plastic and it can be easily replaced. The one issue is how to get the measurement right for the shop to make it fit (Esp. via a web medium). I am not sure where are you residing, if you are in Thailand, it can be easily get a replacement unit within hours on water resistance casing. There are many interpretation of whether would an amulet be cased (or simply wear without the protective casing. I am using some that are without (esp. those difficult to be cased or too expensive to do so). However, it doesn't mean a crack of a plastic will do damage or "Chasing the Buddha" away from you. If you are not in Thailand right now, a good way is to find someone that you can trust upon to case for you OR send you a replacement unit that comes WITHOUT water resistance feature (Prior to do that, the technician requires some process to make it work). Well, speaking on who you can trust, I think Purt from Thaiamulet.com is a frequent visitor here and he is full-time in the trade of amulets. (At least you still can let us know over his services and blast him if something is wrong, haha..just joking). Brother Purt, it is not usual for find an foreigner to use a Buddha image and this should be encouraged, you should led him a hand to help or at least guide him what to do next. THANK YOU.


1068. From : Jeff Mandrell (harvick29@onemain.com)
Url : http://
Date : 09:33 AM Wednesday 20 September, 2006

HI, I have been searching the web for information on this Thai Phra Kring that was given to me by a Theravadan Monk. He said it was made sometime around the beginning of World War 2 and it has what appears to be a marking on the back.

Front:[IMG]http://home.onemain.com/~sanyasi/Phra-Kring-Front.jpg[/IMG]
Back: [IMG]http://home.onemain.com/~sanyasi/Phra-Kring-Back.jpg[/IMG]
Mark:[IMG]http://home.onemain.com/~sanyasi/Phra-Kring-Mark.jpg[/IMG]

As you can see, the casing is damaged on the back, I am also trying to find a source for a replacement case??? Thanks for any help. Jeff Mandrell


1069. From : Raymond Goh (rockraymond168@yahoo.com)
Url : http://mir.com.my/rock-raymond/
Date : 03:55 AM Wednesday 20 September, 2006

一起推动泰国正庙佛牌
http://suanmin.com/phpwind/?a=rockraymond
http://suanmin.com/phpwind/?u=2441
http://suanmin.com/phpwind/read.php?tid=4038&page=1&fpage=1 be free member here.简单的注册,当免费会员。


1070. From : Raymond Goh (rockraymond168@yahoo.com)
Url : http://mir.com.my/rock-raymond/
Date : 03:35 AM Wednesday 20 September, 2006

Somdej Toh (สมเด็จ โต)或 Somdej Phra Puttajan Toh (สมเด็จพระอาจารย์ โต)或Toh (โต)或(Phra Buddhacharn Toh Phomarangsi1788-1872 CE or 2331-2415 BE)圣僧阿赞多或阿占多。阿赞或阿占是老师的意思。圣僧是现代顺德佛牌之开山鼻祖,一没看到眼睛僧人在钟内打坐。据有记录圣僧阿赞多曾为4间庙制过佛牌。WAT KESCAIYO、WAT RAKHANGKHOSITARAM WORAMAHAWIHAN庙 、 玉佛寺 、WAT BANGKHUNPHOM。没记录但发现阿赞多制佛牌有WAT ARUN,WAT LING KNOB。。。WAT BANGKHUNPHOM 在1957年后分家为Wat Indharawihan 和WAT MAI。听说阿占多也曾在WAT-IN修练?圣僧阿赞多任过主持。Somdej Phra Puttajan(Toh) Promrangsee在大约239x多年开始在Wat Rakang 庙制造佛牌然后放在庙四处周围小塔,屋瓦下。。之前在Wat Kescaiyo 师父已经做过。。之前在Wat Lincob...在之前我也不知道。。没记录师父也帮其他的庙制造佛牌。。。240x年师父筹备Wat Bangkhunphom最大的chedee塔,记录交待一百年后开塔修庙。那时师父是Wat Bangkhunphom的主持,Wat Rakang是LP Pilan.但在2500之前CHEDEE 塔出现裂缝,跟着出现偷佛牌的'腊烛党'。偷了大塔里不少佛牌。。在佛历2500年提早开塔取出佛牌。修建与分家了Wat Mai Suwannaphumaham 寺 与 Wat Inthara Wihan 寺。24xx年WAT INH 主持LP HING 用Somdej Phra Puttajan(Toh) Promrangsee存下来的料制造佛牌放在庙里的塔里。在1992年借着水灾之名急不及待之徒在不足一百年开塔了拍卖了最出名的黄金香蕉肉佛牌。2509年有制造了一批佛牌放在Wat Inthara Wihan 寺里。何时开塔 i don't know..


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Maintainers for Thai Religious Amulets/Pendants Message Board:

Mr. Stan SL Thong, Malaysia (StanSLThong@yahoo.com); KH TAN, Malaysia (tankoonhee@hotmail.com); Raymond Goh, Malaysia (rockraymond168@yahoo.com), Malcolm Lee, Singapore (spiky_malcolm@yahoo.com); kok-huat yeap, USA (yeappie@hotmail.com), Y.K.T., Malaysia (preferred private); Morgan Bonsse (lars@buddha.eu); Purt, Thailand (support@thailandamulets.com); Chng Hoon Hoon, Singapore (hoon2304@hotmail.com); Richard Wong, Singapore (teleadv@yahoo.com.sg)

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