Luang Phor Muerk

Luang Phor Muerk

by Jun Wei

In Narathiwat, there is a monk that is related to Tok Raja. He is known as Than Muerk or Luang Phor Muerk who happens to be the nephew of Tok Raja as his mother is the sister of Tok Raja. Luang Phor Muerk was born in Pasir Mas, Kelantan, Malaysia. He was formerly known as Muerk Kong Ma Nee. It is known that he was born on Friday. He is the son of Mr Kong and Mrs Daeng Kong Ma Nee. Inside his family, he also had 8 sisters and brothers.

It is known that Luang Phor Muerk is a person that is serious and does not have much to say. He learned his Wicha from Tok Raja even before he was ordained as a monk. Upon reaching the suitable age to be ordained as a monk, he went to Wat Ban Nai to be ordained as a monk. His preceptors were Phra Kru Giu and Tok Raja.

After his ordination in BE 2467, he resides at Wat Bangsek (Wat Uttamaram) before returning back to Narathiwat. During his stay at Wat Bangsek (Wat Uttamaram), he continues studying Wicha under the guidance of Tok Raja until a point that when he meditates, his body can be invisible to human eyes. During his stay at Wat Bangsek (Wat Uttamaram), he also helps Tok Raja to consecrate his early batch of Phra Pidta Nur Phong Kluk Rak.

Between the year BE 2520 - BE 2521, Luang Phor Muerk started to consecrate his Phra Pidta amulets. It is estimated that this was also the same period of time whereby Phor Than Daeng Wat Thong Dee also started to consecrate his own amulet before passing away. But one thing for sure is that Luang Phor Muerk spent a total of 10 years collecting various powders and sacred material to consecrate this batch of amulet. Using the collected materials, Luang Phor Meurk mixed together the old powder of Tok Raja with the sacred powder of Phra Kru Pai Roj Sad Sa Na Git from Wat Rad Sa Don Sa Mo Sorn who is also a great guru monk in Narathiwat. The powder was handed down by Tok Raja himself to Luang Phor Muerk before he passed away. Hence, Luang Phor Muerk strictly followed the required ritual according to the traditional method taught by Tok Raja. Before starting to mould the Phra Pidta amulet, Luang Phor Muerk has to arranged an offering of :

Pig's Head.

Bay Sree (rice offering made from banana leaf).

Popped Rice.

Different kinds of flowers.

He then mixed the materials together and moulded the Phra Pidta amulet briefly one after another with his own hand personally. Afterward, Luang Phor Muerk would use a knife to craft out the Phra Pidta amulet nicely and inscribed the back of each hra Pidta amulet with the magical letters "Na Ud", in one side there will be "Ud Na Lom" while on the other side would be "Mo Ud". He also fills a Mulberry paper that inscribes with Magical letters "Phra Pha Ka Wam Bodhi" inside each Phra Pidta amulet. Then Luang Phor Muerk would chant the Katha of "Aong Gan Maha Muen" as the last step to be done for the consecration. Luang Phor Muerk consecrated this batch of Phra Pidta amulets with all his effort. A thing to be noted is that Luang Phor Muerk is known to be a monk that respects his teacher Tok Raja.

The materials used to make this batch of Phra Pidta consists of :

Phong Gao (Old Powder) of Tok Raja which consists of Phong Pa Tham Mang, Phong I-Thi Je and Phong Ma Ha Raj.

Burned Soil of where Tok Raja was cremated.

Ashes of Tok Raja Wat Bangset (Wat Uttamaram).

Mai Kru of Tok Raja that was passed on to Luang Phor Muerk.

Ngern Yuang (Pure Silver) from Chang Ngay Mountain, Trang.

Thong Pen from the Mine of Thong To Mo, Narathiwat.

The Nest of Mosquitos found underwater which is  good for Maha Ud.

Wua Kon (Ox Horn).

Lemongrass Flowers.

108 Wahn Rak Pa.

It is estimated that Luang Phor Muerk consecrated less than 1000 pieces. One thing for sure is that the size of the Phra Pidta amulet is all different from one another as it is hand moulded.



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