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