Temple: Khlong Khun Temple
Maker: Luang Pho Wan
Consecrated by Luang pho Wan of Khlong Khun Temple in 2017.
-Powerful protection against evil spirits and black magic
-Bestow great wealth to owners
-Protect against nemesis
-Raises one’s spiritual awareness on any upcoming dangers
Tao Wessuwan is one of the most important gods and had actually been, and still, acquire many respect in numerous nations as the guardian of all wicked spirits. These spell, belong to the Four Guardian Gods and Tao Wessuwan is their head, was present to Buddha, as the Four Guardian Gods deem that they have to many fans, some are excellent and some are evil and may hurt wondering monks who in the middle of graveyard, deep jungle.
Tao Wessuwan is a type of Yaksha, in Hinduism, Tao Wessuwan is known as Kuberan, also the Lord of all the Yaksha, a demonic race of giants.
Nowadays, we still can see the ‘Suad Parn Yuk’ chanting ceremonial and in that ceremony you’ll see the image of Tao Wessuwan install on the high place. As Tao Wessuwan had outright advantage to penalize any ghosts and devils. People believe that Tao Wessuwan’s power is capable to ruin all inauspicious things, secure individuals from wicked spirits, dark magic and jinx, he also give wealth to people.
Impact: Superb to Increase Fortune, Bring Prosperity, Wealthy bring, Powerful protection from black magic and cast other types of wicked forces, ghosts and spirits.
Tao Wessuwan is a kind of Yaksha, in Hinduism, Tao Wessuwan is known as Kuberan, also the Lord of all the Yaksha, a demonic race of giants. In Thailand, this same Tao Wessuwan is frequently seen guarding every temples. As in Hindu comparable to Thai Buddhism, it is believe that Tao Wessuwan (even Kuberan) protects the earth concealed treasures and wealth. Hindus believe that worshiping Kuberan bestow them with wealth, abandunce and material convenience. Given that its the same divine being, this amulet can also be used for wealth and product gain.
Tao Wessuwan – The demons tormentor! Tao Wessuwan is one of the most essential gods and has actually been, and still, acquire numerous respect in numerous countries as the guardian of all evil spirits.
Tao Wessuwan is among the most important gods and had been, and still, acquire many respect in lots of countries as the guardian of all fiends. As we can see that ascetic masters like to make red cabalistic composing plates with his image on it and hand it over the doorway to prevent the locations from evil spirits, this is among the earliest and most comparable preventive technique. Another example is ‘Suad Parn Yuk’ (A Giant Enchantment Ceremony), such as the spell ‘Phra Kata Parn Yuk’ or the spell ‘Wipudsi’. These spell, belong to the Four Guardian Gods and Tao Wessuwan is their head, existed to Buddha, as the Four Guardian Gods consider that they have to many fans, some are excellent and some are evil and may damage wondering monks who in the middle of graveyard, deep jungle. To prevent those occurrences, they ‘d present these spell, ‘Phra Kata Parn Yuk’, to Buddha.
Thao Wessuwun possessed absolute advantage to punish any ghosts and satanic forces. Therefore, individuals think that Thao Wessuwun’s power is capable to damage all inauspicious things, safeguard people from fiends, dark magic and jinx, he also approve wealth to the worshippers.
About LP Wan
Luang Phor Wan is a respectable guru monk whom people admire and respect. He is famous in Phichit Province and the northern provinces of Thailand. Luang Phor Wan is the abbot of Wat Klong Koon in Phichit Province. In fact, his father was a Thai traditional doctor whereby he would use his Wicha to cure illness and detect any evil spirits. When Luang Phor Wan was young, he saw his father helping out with people on a regular basis. Hence, it made him merciful. Luang Phor Wan started learning Wicha from his father. After he was ordained as a monk, he continued to learn Wicha from other guru monks such as Luang Phor Jan, Luang Phor Rord and many others. Nowadays, Luang Phor Wan is a guru monk that is invited to join mass blessing ceremonies. Luang Phor Wan is also known for his amulets.
In fact, there are some stories to be shared by the wearer of his amulet :
1. On 9 April BE 2555, a man took out one Rian of Luang Phor Wan and mentioned that he let his son wear this piece of Rian on his son’s neck and it saved his son from drowning.
2. Kru Kai, a teacher, said that once he approached Luang Phor Wan to check on his fortune. However when Luang Phor Wan was checking, Luang Phor Wan mentioned that he could see that something bad was going to happen. So Kru Kai asked Luang Phor Wan whether he could make some holy water for him. Luang Phor Wan agreed and after Kru Kai went bathing with the holy water, he left for Laos for work. During his trip, there was a problem and he had to with another bus. Afterward, he heard that the first bus had an accident. Kru Kai mentioned that if he had sat in that bus, he would have died. Kru Kai believed it is the holy water from Luang Phor Wan that warded off the misfortune.
3. A man who owns a tire repair shop in Phichit Province shared his experience. On 8th November BE 2555, he was driving his car with 2 employees onboard and was hit by a pickup truck. It turns out that his care was damaged seriously while he and his employees were all safe. The man mentioned that he was wearing a Luang Phor Wan’s Rian.
4. This happened to a family in which all the family members were the devotees of Luang Phor Wan. One day, the entire family had an accident while making their way back home by bike. They all were safe, but a litigant died the next day. They believed amulets consecrated by Luang Phor Wan saved their lives.
Katha, Mantra for Tao Wessuwan
Putta Kamo Lapha Puttang
Tana Kamo Laphe Tanang
Atti Kaye Kaya Yayak
Tewanang Piyatang Sutawa,
Itipiso Phakawa Yama Rachano
Tao Wessuwano Maranang Sukang
Arahang Sukato Namo Puttaya,
Tao Wessuwano Jatu Maha Racha Chika
Yakkha Panta Pat Purito Wessa Phusa
Puttang Arahang Putto Tao Wessuwano