Hoon Payont Reun Boromkru 2556
Hoon Payont in the form of an elderly man bent over wearing red trousers. Supplied with original temple box and temple code stamped to rear of amulet. Blessed By Luang Phor Kloi, Wat Phu Khao in BE 2556, a highly respected Keji Ajahn from the Wat (Samnak) Khao Or line.
Phor Tan Kloi achieved the highest Dharma in the field of Samatha or Vipassana Meditation and possesses the capability to show power in many forms including the supernatural power to impart a life force into the effigy through magic by calling upon the four foundational elements earth, wind, water and fire and thus manifesting the 32 characteristics of a great man as enumerated in the Brahmāyu Sutta
This Hoon payont, known as Reun Boromkru, is ideal for protection or as a guard (bpòk bpông) against danger, as a defense against ones interests, to guard over the house or other property, those that bear malice towards you. This Hoon payont was blessed with “Puttakun” or Buddhas Grace and as such ared also ideal for “Mayt-Dta Maa Niyom” or admiration and charm.
Created using “Wicha” of the late Pra Ajahn Sai and Pra Ajahn Tong Tao, Wat Khao Or.
Phor Tan Kloi is regarded as one of the great Hoon Payont masters. He was born in BE 2472 and entered the priesthood on the 1st March BE 2493 at Wat Donsala, Phattalung. Phor Tan Iat his Buddhist Preceptor gave him the name “Anomo” LP iat taught him much including “Wít-tá-yaa kom” or Occuilt incantations. He also studied under Phor Tong Tao and Luang Phor Pahn and in particular the magic to create enlivened effigies or Hoon payont
t is common practice for payont to be used for protection and often employed for example by farmers to safeguard crops or for protection of business premises. Another popular practice is to carry a payont in the car as a means to prevent accidents This Payont can either be carried on the person, taken with you wherever you go as a means of personal protection or can be stationed in a single location with a specific task.
Most Hoon Payont are made according to an ancient scared science known as Vicha Pook Hun. The creation of Hoon Payont amulets is quite old and not a modern amulet as many believe. In fact there are records of this type of amulet being create several hundred years ago.
Although the historical records are somewhat vague one of the very earliest accounts was during the reign of King Ajatasatru, when a monk known as Pra Mahākāśyapa was asked to gather relics of Buddha from various locations returning them to Rajgir City in the Indian subcontinent.
The relics were then buried in a pit dug into the ground and guarded by Hoon Payont, or effigies made of grass and sappanwood, made potent by magic incantation.
In 319 B.C., during the reign of King Asokaraj, Intharapatta City, these relics were recovered from the ground to distribute to 84,000 cities. Legends tell us that Indra himself had to assist in the process, releasing the Hoon Payont back to the elements from which they were created, otherwise access to the relics would have not been possible.
Over the course of time much of the information about Enlivened Effigies has been lost. However there are a number of Thai historical accounts and in particular from the Tale of Khun Chang Khun Paen. “Nang Thongprasri had taken her son to study with Khrua Ta Khong of Wat Khae until her son completed Khrua Ta Khong’s knowledge in Hoon Payont. Then he performed magic incantation to summon groups of enlivened effigies,Thronging out of their home, acclaiming and hollering in great activity Khun Phaen rode a horse to attack and slaughter the front line.All the Hoon ran as fast as wind, instantly overtaking the horse on both sides.Spells and magic filled the sky so much it became dark and hazy and shivered.The earth was as if it was being turned upside down because of the magic prayers…”
Hun Payon Tapa Khao, Luang Por Kloy, Boromkru model, year 2013, alloy material, Phu Khao Thong Temple, Phatthalung Province
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Phor Tan Kloi
Wat Khao Tong
2.0 x 1.2 cm