Wai kroo ceremony of Ruesi Puttawaet in Chiang Mai (videoclip)
Buddha Magic is proving to be relatively Sak Yant Orientated, with three Yant related stories, two of them tattoo related……
During the Second World War, as Luang Por Guay returned to reside at Wat Kae and began to make Sak Yant on the Looksit of the temple. It has been documented from interviews with the older generation of Looksit of Wat Kae, some of whom were older than Luang Por himself, with ages of up to 90 years old, that Luang Por began tattooing Sak Yant at the age of around 35 years old up to the age of around 50 years old……
Details of the forthcoming release of issue three of Buddha Magic E-publication; Contents and Screenshots
2011 Wai Kroo dates for two Ajarn Sak Yant – Ajarn Ord Pumtip (Kalasin) and Ajarn Kob (Ayuttaya) – time and location.
Ajarn Prasit is an Ajarn Sak of Wat Chang Hai lineage based in Hat Yai, South Thailand. I was lucky enough to find a poster on in Hat Yai as i was rushing to do Penang, but unluckily was not able to find time to visit him, which i hope to do next time i go. For now at least i can publish his Contact details, as well as a picture of the poster i saw, which of course i ripped off the wall as i did not have a camera with me at the time…
latest pics of tattoos by Spencer Littlewood (Ramakian Tattoo/Dtamnak Sak Yant Por Taw Guwen). Color work in progress – Majchanu, son of Hanuman.
Issue one of Spencer Littlewoods Bi-Monthly E-Zine – the definitive info source in English language on Thai Occultism, Sacred amulets, Sak yant, sacred Geometry, and master Monks
The death of a great master of the old generation of Wat Bang Pra lineage ofMasters – Ajarn Bunmee Pumtip, prime disciple and apprentice of Hlwong Por Phern has passed away last monday….
The first edition of Buddha Magic E-Mag publication is now underway and in progress. I have learned a lot from the creation and writing of the Sak Yant Buddhist tattoos E-Publication, and am beginning to acheive auniform and streamlined look for the E-Magazine
Sak Yant Thai Temple Tattoos – The Sacred Geometry of Buddhist Yantra, tattooed into the skin using magical incantations and Khmer Sanskrit prayers and magic spells to endow the wearer with supernatural protection, luck in love and business, wealth and good fortune. Sak Yant has been the core subject of sak-yant.com website galleries and blogs/forums since the beginning. But now i wish to expand in indcrease the content and quality of the content to include other topics, such as Saiyasart, Buddha magic, Sacred Amulets and their creation methods, Animist practices..