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Monday, 1 July 2013

Interesting Facts – LP TAE, Wat SAM NGAM

Father of Powerful Kumantong (Golden Boy)

LP Tae is the most famous guru monk who made Kumantong in the whole of Thailand and many people are willingly to pay high prices to get a hold of his holy items.

LP Tae Khongtong born on Monday 15 June b.e.2434, year of rabbit at BarnSamngarm village Nakhonpathom province. Father name "Jan" and mother name "Bu", surname "Samngamnoi". 7 brothers/sisters. Luangpor Tae is the 5th of the family.

When LP Tae is 7 years old, he ordained as junior monk at Wat Garlong Samutsakorn province, studied dharma and spellls for 3 years from his uncle, the famous abbot by the time, LP Dang" of WatGarlong.

At the time, LP Dang see that there's no Buddhist temple in the Dorntoom village area of Nakhonpathom province. He told LP Tae to build the temple at Dorntoom village.
When 21st years old, LP Tae ordained become senior monk holding full precepts. Ordained by LP Tar, WatPaneangtak - famous guru monk at the time. Given title in the monk hood "KhongThong"(StillGold). LO Tar was one of the powerful monk of thailand, just like LP Sook from Wat Pakrongmakarmtao. LP Tar had pass down all his knowledge spells to LP Tae.

After a few years, LP Dang - the 1st abbot of Wat Sam Ngam passed away. LP Tae then have to come back to Wat Sam Ngam to look after the temple.

Like other guru monks, LP Tae start his pilgrimage to earn experiences and test his own knowledge and karma alone in forest/cave from BE 2455-2472 for 17 years.
LP Tae also become a disciple of LP Cham, Wat Tarkong, a Cambodia monk. LP Tae learned how to consecrate powerful amulets from him.

In BE 2475, LP Tae become the official abbot of Wat Sam Ngam

LP Tae passed away on 25 December BE 2524 at an age of 80 year old. 59 years serving in the monkhood.

LP Tae was a monk who possessed a lot of metta (loving-kindness) and bahramee (power). Whenever LP Tae went for Tudong, many villagers would give money and things to him, but LP Tae never accepted them except the morning alms. The villagers were unhappy because they wanted LP Tae to accept the money so that he could use the money to make merits for them. LP Tae accepted some of the money and carried with him because he did not know where to keep them.

One day, a robber wanted to rob LP Tae’s money, but LP Tae did not stop him, but LP Tae told the robber that the money was not his, but belonged to the villagers who wished to make merits. If he took the money, the villagers would be disappointed because the money was meant for merit making. After hearing, the robber felt ashamed and ran off.

LP Tae had supernatural power to see wondering souls of the dead that roamed the surroundings and especially souls of those young children. In order to give an opportunity for those souls to make merit before rebirth, LP Tae decided to cast the souls into a child-like statue and give it people who needed help. LP Tae had learned such art from LP Chaem of Wat Takong and also an unnamed monk from Cambodia.

According to a story told by the villagers of Nakhon Pathom, in year BE 2483, there lived an unlucky food peddler in the town center of Nak Kan Bahn. He was a great chef but no matter how hard he worked, he didn't manage to succeed in his business. One morning while traveling to the town to set up his stall, he met a preaching monk along the way. Immediately, he put down his stuff and scooped a big bowl of food and presented it to the monk.

After finished the food, the monk walked along with the peddler and spoke with him. He then knew the hardship and unluckiness of the peddler. As they parted, the monk took out a clay doll-like statue from his bag and gave it to the peddler, telling him to treat it well everyday so that his luck will change. Soon after that, the peddler's business got better and better. He then came to know that the monk who gave him the statue was LP Tae, abbot of Wat Sam Ngam and the statue was called 'Kumantong'.



Wat Sam Ngam produced numerous pendants of LP Tae that has brought extreme good luck and great fortune to many people. Many occasions were recorded that people wearing LP Tae's amulets were unharmed from accidents and there were also stories told by many villagers (some still living today) and people from all over Thailand that they were saved from both evil spirits and ghosts after wearing LP Tae's amulets. It is also believed that it will bring great Metta to one by wearing amulets of LP Tae.

LP Tae’s Amulets - Prices are up to SGD $20-30k in Market). Popular pieces are his Kumantong and Phra Khun Paen Pong Prai Kuman. 

Other Sources To Experience LP Tae's magic amulets for Wealth Fetching, Metta & Protection especially his Golden Boy (Kumantong). 


LP Yam has knowledge of Visha (magic) and studied the art of making powerful Kumantong from LP Tae, Wat Sam Ngam. LP Yaem is 98 year old (Year 2013) and the current abbot of Wat Sam Ngam

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