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LP Thuad Rian

Archan Nong

Wat Saikhaw

Biography of Ajarn Nong

Ajarn Nong was Ordained as a Bhikkhu at the age of 21 in 2482 BE.

He led a life of practice worthy of reverence and is one of the most important makers of Luang Phor Thuad amulet in the history of Thai Amulet making.

He became the Abbot of Wat Sai Khaw in his Birth Place of Pattani, in Ampher Koke Po.

Ajarn Nong is most Famous for making Pra Luang Phor Thuad amulets, of which he has Created over 40 different Editions of amulet in the image of LP Thuad. Arjan Nong made so many different types of amulet, ranging from Takrut, Metta charms, up to Pra Kring, Powder amulets and Yantra Cloths.

The Phra Luang Phor Thuad Yim amulets by Ajarn Nong were later nicknamed Phra Luang Phor Thuad M16 due to the incident detailed below and became highly sought-after by believers.

Reports have it that a lorry truck was once travelling along the remote Yala-Betong road in Southern Thailand when some bandits stopped the truck in the middle of the road and opened fire at it with M16 rifles, spraying bullets across the windscreen, in a blatant robbery attempt.

The driver of the truck, who was seated in the front of the truck when the guns were fired at him, had miraculously survived with not a single bullet penetrating his skin.

Under normal circumstances, anyone who had been seated in the same position as the driver should be enormously lucky to even survive the entire attack, not to say, without a single gunshot wound.

He was later found to be wearing a piece of the Phra Luang Phor Thuad Yim (Smiling Luang Phor Thuad) amulet consecrated by Ajahn Nong of Wat Sai Khao in the year B.E.2534.

It was this amulet that he attributed his safety and the blessings of Luang Poo Thuad and Ajahn Nong.

Demand for the amulets grew and Phra Luang Phor Thuad M16 became one of Ajahn Nong’s most famous amulets.

Biography of LP Thuad

LP Thuad is one of the most respected father (monk) in Thai history. He is regarded as the most powerful and venerable saint.

LP Thuad amulet is the no.1 choice in Thailand when it comes to protection of one’s dear life and there are countless of stories of how a LP Thuad amulet has saved one’s life from sure-death situation.

LP Thuad worship is also very common in Thailand and can often be seen in shop houses, property, office building and mostly vehicle to protect the wearer from accidents.

In Thai legend, it is believed that even if a LP Thuad amulet is not blessed, factory produced, hand made etc.

As long it is an image of LP Thuad, it will still have 100% power and blessing.

This amulet is without doubt the No.1 amulet when it comes to protection from physical harm, dangers and untimely death.

LP Thuad amulet is also known to protect the wearer from black magic and evil spirits.

However, there are many reported cases of LP Thuad saving people’s life from terminal illness and disease.

In Thailand, LP Thuad amulet is also worn for good luck, good business, smooth sailing and overall Metta Maha Niyom.

Thai People believe that having a LP Thuad statue in a shop will greatly boost business and make the business successful without any problems.

So this amulet can also be worn for all round blessings not only protection.

Two famous true story of LP Thuad according to History.

When LP Thuad was just 6 month old, his parents were working in the rice fields and left the baby of LP Thuad lying on a blanket under a tree.

At noon when his mum returned, he find a huge python curled around baby Thuad.

At first she panicked but then she noticed that Thuad was comfortable so his mum believe that the snake was a deva.

Instead of trying to chase away the snake she found some flowers and offered to the reptile.

The snake responded by moving away from Thuad and spit out a red crystal ball (now famously known as Naga Mani) which his mum kept. Later on a wealthy burmese family found out about the crystal and robbed it from LP Thuad family.

Soon after they experience mysterious death and never ending misfortune happening to their entire family and went to seek help from a monk.

The monk told them that they are cursed by the Deva after stealing the crystal.

They then returned the red crystal to LP Thuad family and apologized.

(LP Thuad during Monkhood)

One of the most famous story of LP Thuad was one which he was on a boat travelling to Ayuthaya, then the capital of Thailand. As the boat was sailing in the gulf of Thailand the ship got caught in a terrible storm.

The weather became so bad until everyone onboard including the crew panicked.

The storm lasted for days and the ship ended up getting lost at sea with no fresh water to drink. For some reason everyone on board begane to suspect that LP Thuad was the cause of their misfortune and they planned to throw him overboard into the sea until LP Thuad performed two miracles. 1 – he caused the sea around him to become calm and secondly he stepped his right foot into the water and turned the sea water around the boat into fresh drinking water.

He then became known as the miracle monk and the whole Thailand came to know about this incident and everyone started praying to him.

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