Legend, Myths and Origins

The Legend of the 5 Buddhist Messiahs, Phra Puttajao 5 Phra Ong Na Mo Put Ta Ya

The 5 Buddhas of our current aeon, its significance to “Na Mo Put Ta Ya”…

Din Pong – Soil from Mineral / Salt Licks

In the world of sorcery, the items that go into making an amulet effective come…

Mae Takien – Spirit Residing in the Hopea odorata Tree

Thais believe that there are certain spirits that choose to reside within specific objects. Some…

Phong Pattamung, Phong Ittajay – Mysterious Powders with Potent Spells

Phong (Powder) Ittijay and Phong Pattamung is a common ingredient in the crafting of amulets.…

BiaGae

It is believed that the name “BiaGae”, was derived from the words “Bia” and “GaeBon”. Bia refers to a shell, and GaeBon describes a process where one gives offerings in appreciation for wishes granted by deities and Sing Saksit. Thais would string flowers into garlands to hang around the statue.