Luang Phor Derm_Wat Nong Pho, Nakorn Sawan.
( B.E 2403 - B.E 2494 )
Luang Phor Derm was one of the greatest guru monks of Thailand.
He is very well-known for his ivory-tusk carved pieces including Singharajs, a few batches of statuettes of his own, and magic knives.
His magic knives are so terrible that even magic-tattooed hooligans are scared of them. The smallest knife of only 2-3 inches could easily destroy the victims ' invulnerability.
The blade of this Knife (Mitmor) by Luang Phor Derm is made of melted iron from the nails of coffins after cremation.
The knife will easily penetrate into any magically invulnerable person, and the wound it creates is incurable, the victim will eventually die of the wound irrespective of its size. His knives now have an age in excess of 70 yrs.
Luang Phor Derm's magic knives are often called the " god's knives " or " conquering knives". His knife carries comprehensive properties as an amulet for: - self protection - dispersing and conquering evil spirits - destroying all kinds of black magic including invulnerability - detecting poisonous food - making powerful holy water - healing diseases and illnesses by encircling on the affected area.
The only KNIFE that defeats the GUN LP Derm's Conquering knife bears its beautiful Thai name: "Mit Prab Pairee"; "knife that conquers the enemy". Sometimes, Thai people commonly call it "Mit Moh" or "Doctors Knife". LP Derm made this conquering knife before WWII, most of them are of ivory-tusk handle and case with silver straps, small amount of them are of wood. His knife is a top most amulet and very popular among Thai police, soldiers and Underworld Chiefs.
Not many can afford it because of its high price and rarity. Uncountable events in the past long years proved its very high efficacy. Miraculous phenomena often occurred; in fighting events, gunman were frightened--their guns dysfunction or bullets could not penetrate into the knife's owner and at the bad were killed by only one stab of the little knife.
LP Derm's knife is powerful, because he blessed them with his very great Kathas that could protect the owner and simultaneously destroy the enemy's invulnerability and impenetrability. The knife blade will go through anything, nothing can obstruct it. This is why LP Derm told his disciples ''do not use the knife, if not being assaulted or harmed severely'' This Knife must be used with extreme care as it is capable of unleashing unimaginable horror to its victim.
This Knife (Mitmor) is the most feared of all Talismans ever made in Thailand, Laos and Cambodia (insert picture)
The blade of this Knife (Mit Mor) by Luang Phor Derm is made of melted Iron from the nails of coffins taken after cremation. The sheath and handle were made of ivory.
The word Mit Mor is a folk word meaning a medic knife. But it really has two beautiful formal names: a.Mit Dhep Sattra = the God's knife b: Mit Prab Pairee = conquering knife.
The early period knives carries a high age of more than 70 years, the sheath and handle look greasy like yellow candle wax. Only 3 artisans were hired by Luang Phor Derm of Wat Nong Pho temple to make these Mit Moh, Charng Chim, Charng Khai, Charng Sorn. Luang Phor Derm's magic knife needs a specific Mantra to activate its embedded powers before use. The Mantra requests for 5 unconquerable spirits whose weapons were embedded in the knife during its consecration to emerge and empower the owner. God Indra's Wachiravuth, God Wessuwan's baton, The Demon Alawaka's apocalyptic red cloth, God of the Death Jamaraj's eyes, God Naraiyana's chakra.
LP Derm's Katha :
SakkassaWachiravuthang WessasuwannaSakathawuthangAlawakaThusawuthang YamasaNaiyanawuthang NaraiyasaChakrawuthang PanchaAwuthanang AetaesangAnuphawena PanchaAwuthanang PhakkaPhakkha
Wijunnang WijunnaLomangmamena Buddhasanti KajchaAmumhi Okasetithahi
Mitmor 9" Double Ivory LP Derm, Wat Nong Pho, c. BE 2460-2494, Nakon Sawan
Buk Sek - Ceremonial Sanctrification
The word buk-sek means "arousing the potency of an object by means of incantations or spells". This includes am extremely large class of amulets and charms and the charmed objects themselves can take many forms.
In Thai a magical spell is called wet-mon or khatha-akhom, these words are used inerchangeably by magical practitioners. The words are synonomous with the Pali and Sanskrit words (in order) Veda, Mantra, Gatha,and Agama.
The Vedas are the sacred scriptures of India and the word Wet means a form of words believed to have magical powers, i.e. a spell.
Mantra in Thai is pronounced Mon and also means spell. The difference between Wet and Mon is that the Wet spells are used in Brahminist rites while Mon spells are a part of popular Buddhism. Normally, however, the terms are used interchangeably.
There is also a type of spell known as Mon Maha Ongkan, the Mantra of the Great Om. This is peculiarly Thai and consists of purely Thai words or Thaiwords mixed with corrupt Pali words. The words are often obscene or unacceptable in daily use, this perhaps gives them their power when used magically.
When inscribing spells on an object or tattooing spells on the body it is normal practice to use the Khmer writing system although numbers are written in Thai. This is because in ancient times the Buddhist scriptures were inscribed on palm leaves using Khom or Khmer characters. This has given the Khmer characters an aura of sacredness.
To arouse the magical potential of any artificial object other than a Buddha image the object must pass through the processes of Pluk-sek. This involves chanting spells, inscribing magical formulae on the object, or engraving magical squares or circles.
There are an enormous number of objects in this class of which the best known are Palad Khik, Mit Mor and Bia Gae.