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Luang Phor SriOng Chaya Siri, Wat BanPotSathit, Changwat Lampang

Luang Phor SriOng Chaya Siri, Wat BanPotSathit, Changwat Lampang

Luang Phor SriOng was born on the 11th of Jan, B.E.2454. His name was SriOng, and his family’s name was ChaiSri

. His father’s name was Nai Jon ChaiSri
, a civil servant working in the department in charge of Royal Forest Preservation. His mother’s name was Nang BuPan
, and she was an officer in the government, working in Changwat ChiangRai
. Their family name was CheuaJedTon.

 

Pic: Luang Phor SriOng

 

SriOng ordained as a Sammanen on 10th Dec B.E. 2468 at Wat PhraSingh, Changwat ChiangRai

. His Preceptor was Phra Kru MayTang KornYan, Zhao Awat at Wat Phra Singh
. He transitioned to a Phra Song on 1st Aug B.E. 2515, at Wat Eeam Waranut
, Bangkok. His Preceptor was Phra PuttiWongmuni
, who was the head of the Sangha of Northern Thailand (Zhao Kana Hon Yai Nuer
), based in Wat Benchamabophit DuSitWanaram
. He passed away at Wat BanPotsathit, Changwat Lampang
on 26th Dec B.E. 2541, at the age of 90.

 

Luang Phor SriOng was an expert in Vipassana Gammatan

, and taught the skill to both laity and monks alike in Bangkok and Chiangmai. He was proficient in Horasart, and wrote books on the subject as well. He was also adept at making Kreung Rang Khong Klang
. There was no information on where and from whom he picked up his skills from.

 

He crafted Rian Phra Rahu

from “one-eyed coconut” husks and metallic monk’s rian. On both of these, he inscribed the yant for Phra Rahu behind. The Akara spell in the inscription originated in Northern Thailand (Lanna), and was quite different from those found in Central Thailand.

 

Pic: One-Eyed Coconut used to make amulets
(Picture References: SSaplaima/Shutterstock.com)

 

Pic: Metallic Rian Rahu from Luang Phor SriOng

 

He also crafted Paladkhik from Mai Mongkhon

(refer to our article on Mai Mongkon), eg Mai Mayom (wood from Star Gooseberry), Mai Kanoon (wood from Jackfruit trees) and Mai DtaiPrai (wood from any tree that dies before it flowers or bears fruits). These came in many sizes, from small to statue-sized. Inside the Paladkik, he inscribed the Lanna AkaraHua Jai Guman Thong”, written as “Jijay ru ni
” and “Hua Jai Jhoon
”, written as “Ganha neh ha”. He also placed Parod Gin Thong on each.

 

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Pic: Mai Mayom (wood from Star Gooseberry)
(Picture References: (left) Keerati Leeudom/Shutterstock.com, (right) Sunsiri Meeleesawasdi/Shutterstock.com)

 

Pic: Mai Kanoon (wood from Jackfruit tree) (Picture References: SANU BABY/Shutterstock.com)

 

Pic: Paladkhik made by Luang Phor SriOng

 

Another type of amulet Luang Phor was known for making, was Parod Hua Wean or Parod Gin Thong Gin Ngern. This form of wicha is called Len Reh Prae Taat (alchemy). Whenever Luang Phor undertook this wicha, he would strive to totally isolate himself from any form of distraction. The ornaments nested on these rings were made from gold mixed with lek lai (refer to our article on Parod Gin Thong to learn more about this esoteric material, and its uses in wicha). Their effects on the wearer are particularly potent for people seeking success and auspiciousness. The katha used was the same for the Paladkhik.

 

Luang Phor made this Parod Hua Wean for his devotees at Wat Eeam Waranut. It was sold for a hefty price as the gold used in its production was very expensive. Thus only wealthy people could afford it. The blessing for Parod Hua Wean was unique to Luang Phor SriOng, and there has never been another monk in Thailand in possession of this knowledge, even till this day.

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