Luang Phu Hong Ruup Loor Thai amulet "Ruun Perm Srap Perm Suk" Nuea Loha Rom Dam from 2553 (2010). The venerable Luang Phu Hong Phromma Phanyo (Phra Khru Prasat Phromma Khun) is abbot of Wat Phetburi, Tambon Thung Mon, Amphoe Prasart, Changwat Surin, north-east Thailand. It concerns a numbered small series of only 499 statues. Here the statue with the serial number 122 is offered.
Luang Phu Hong created the statues from old holy metals. The statues were poured on holy ground in Wat Phetburi and were consecrated by Luang Phu Hong on Saturday, the 3/20/2553 (2010). In the underside of the statue a Takrut (Pali-scroll) and a piece of the monk's robe of the venerable Luang Phu Hong is let. "Luang Phu Hong Phromma Phanyo" is written on the front of the base, at the back is the serial number 122 and in the base edge Sao 5 as well as the annual number "2553" are to be seen.
The statue is approx. 8.4 cm high, approx. 6.6 cm wide, approx. 5.1 cm deep and approx. 303 grammes. A Katha (incantation) belongs to the statue which you receive in written translation.
The amulet gives luck, health and prosperity to its owner. It protects him against illness, accidents and misfortune, as well as against other natural dangers. Besides it protects against black magic, witchcraft, spirits, Voodoo, imprecations, negative energy and other magic methods which are directed against its owner. It should give to businessmen, freelances and other independent, good turnovers, high profits, many new customers and a happy hand with enterprise and financial decisions.
Luang Phu Hong belongs to the quite great "magicians" among the monks of Thailand. During his time as a Phra Thudong he studied during nearly 30 years the secret of the mystified magic arts of the cambodian Moo Doos.
Many of the rituals applied in Thailand come originally from Cambodia and some of the greatest monks of Thailand who became known as endowed Buddhist magicians and healers, went to Cambodia to learn there the secret of the mytified arts or they had a cambodian Ajahn (teacher)!
Still today many Thais go to cambodian monks and Ajahns if they need an especially strong "magic" or an especially effective amulet. From spell of love and luck magic, up to imprecations (the latter only Ajahns do who are no monks), for every problem whether good or bad , the cambodian magicians have a recipe.
Luang Phu Hong, was born as a Suwanahong Dschamuadee in the year of the goat, on Thursday, the 3/23/2461 (1918) in the Ban Thung Mon, Tambon Samut, Amphoe Prasat, Changwat Surin, Isan, north-east Thailand.
He was the first-born son of the married couples Mr. Boog and Mrs. Aün Dschamuadee whom got another 3 other sons and 3 daughters after him.
At the age of 18 years he wanted to ordain first for 7 days to honour of his mother as novice (Naen) (Buat Naen). From 7 days became 2 years. He received the name Sammanaen Phromasorn. At the age of 20 years, in the year of the tiger, on Saturday, the 5/14/2481 (1938) at 15:00 o'clock local times he ordained in Wat Phetchaburi, Surin.
In 1941, after 3 years (Sam Phansa) of learning he moved as Phra Thudong (forest monk) in the woods and from there to Cambodia where he learnt the high art of the magic with the Moo Doos Khameen. After 30 years of wanderings and learning Luang Phu Hong returned in 2514 (1971) to Wat Phetburi in Surin. Two years later he became Chao Awas (abbot) of Wat Phetburi. Today he is also Chan Tho, head all temples and monks of the Tambon Thung Mon.