Thai God's Pendant

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Thai God's Pendant

edwinlcw
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Aug 6 2008, 05:27 AM #1

got anyone other than cars also like to keep this ? willing to share his pendant history ?
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Aug 6 2008, 06:16 AM #2

err. whats is it? no pix?


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Aug 6 2008, 07:05 AM #3

edwinlcw @ Aug 6 2008, 01:27 PM wrote: got anyone other than cars also like to keep this ? willing to share his pendant history ?
are u talking about Siam amulets? :)
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Aug 6 2008, 07:16 AM #4

u mean those round round tablets?? made with sand or plastic or resin? with a thai buddha figure or head in the middle? i got 3 of those in my room.
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Aug 6 2008, 12:27 PM #5

Dont know whether you are talking about the same thing....Mine is a rectangle thailand buddha about 1 1/2 x 1 inch. Made from the remains of respected thailand monk. Some of the specialised shops in Bangkok got sell. Some cost 6 figures ! I heard a story of a robber who owns the most powerful pendant. Chasing policemen's bullets can't hunt him down for years. He escaped unharm everytime. Until one day while he was running for his life again, he jump over a fence and the fence accidentally hook his neckless and the pendant dropped. He was shot dead on that spot :D
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Aug 6 2008, 03:58 PM #6

then no.. ^_^
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Aug 6 2008, 10:51 PM #7

wengweng @ Aug 6 2008, 08:27 PM wrote: Dont know whether you are talking about the same thing....Mine is a rectangle thailand buddha about 1 1/2 x 1 inch. Made from the remains of respected thailand monk. Some of the specialised shops in Bangkok got sell. Some cost 6 figures ! I heard a story of a robber who owns the most powerful pendant. Chasing policemen's bullets can't hunt him down for years. He escaped unharm everytime. Until one day while he was running for his life again, he jump over a fence and the fence accidentally hook his neckless and the pendant dropped. He was shot dead on that spot :D
That's kinda sad if you ask me. To use these remains of a monk to do bad deeds.
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Aug 7 2008, 03:20 AM #8

wengweng @ Aug 6 2008, 08:27 PM wrote: Dont know whether you are talking about the same thing....Mine is a rectangle thailand buddha about 1 1/2 x 1 inch. Made from the remains of respected thailand monk. Some of the specialised shops in Bangkok got sell. Some cost 6 figures ! I heard a story of a robber who owns the most powerful pendant. Chasing policemen's bullets can't hunt him down for years. He escaped unharm everytime. Until one day while he was running for his life again, he jump over a fence and the fence accidentally hook his neckless and the pendant dropped. He was shot dead on that spot :D
thats Botak Chin taikor-tai! :devil: His pidta amulet cost more than RM100k per piece but no collector want to let go. :devil:
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Aug 7 2008, 03:37 AM #9

izso, yeah man. misuse of super-power, if there is really such thing.

tohsan, oh that was botak chin ? he could have just paid for RM1 mil if that could save his life.
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Aug 7 2008, 05:30 AM #10

wengweng - Tohsan said it's his tai kor tai, not botak chin himself.

100k for an amulet that keeps you alive? hmm... Is there such an amulet that brings you wealth? And I mean lots and lots of it?
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Aug 7 2008, 06:12 AM #11

izso @ Aug 7 2008, 01:30 PM wrote: wengweng - Tohsan said it's his tai kor tai, not botak chin himself.

100k for an amulet that keeps you alive? hmm... Is there such an amulet that brings you wealth? And I mean lots and lots of it?
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NO boss, thats Botak Chin! The King of Robber in the 70's. RM100k for a amulet is consider cheap for crazy collector :devil:

here is the story:

Legend of "Botak Chin" (Tok Raja's Pidtta)

According to Malaysian high-profile criminal records, "Botak Chin" as he was widely known, was a notorious gangster and robber of the 1970s. He was criticized by the authorities for being a self-styled "Robin Hood".

It was rumoured that "Botak Chin" wore a 2480BE (ie: 1937 AD) batch Tok Raja pidtta and takrut( a kind of encased spell scroll, also made by Tok Raja). So whenever the police tried to arrest "Botak Chin", he could always suddenly disappear or be able to evade their vision.

It was believed this was because of the power brought by the Tok Raja pidtta. Pidttas are known to provide great protection, avoid danger and the ability to run off from your enemy(Pidtta used 2 hands to close eyes and face). "Botak Chin" was also rumoured to be invulnerable to bullets and weapons such as knives.

After repeated failures to arrest "Botak Chin", the Police had no choice but to seek Tok Raja for help. It was believed that with Tok Raja's assistance, the police finally managed to apprehend "Botak Chin".

For his notorious crimes, "Botak Chin" was sentenced by the Malaysian courts to execution by hanging.

"Botak Chin" had a final request: that he be allowed to wear his Tok Raja Pidtta during the execution.

The judger denied his request but promised to return him his Pidtta after it is confirmed that he is really dead.

After this high-profile incident of abuse, Tok Raja did not like to give out Pidtta amulets to the public. He did not want the public to abuse the power of this amulet. Tok Raja thus only gave the Pidtta amulet to whom he trusted. This remained so until Tok Raja passed away.

Tok Raja's Pidtta amulets are highly sought after by those doing 'informal' businesses like discotheques and pubs (for eg, the owners, managers and bouncers of discotheques and pubs), loan-sharking, drug-smuggling, running gambling dens and so on.

The Pidtta 2480BE made by Tok Raja can said to be the Pidtta king ofPidtta amulets. Amulet collectors also eagerly seek this Pidtta amulet because this batch of amulets is reputedly effective for wearing (ie: it is powerful), and worth it to collect(it has amulet collector's monetary investment value).
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Aug 7 2008, 06:23 AM #12

I want an amulet that'll make me rich.
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Aug 7 2008, 08:26 AM #13

izso @ Aug 7 2008, 02:23 PM wrote: I want an amulet that'll make me rich.
First u give me US$100k, I will give you the amulet that promise you rich rich and rich, deal? :devil: :devil: :devil:
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Aug 7 2008, 08:51 AM #14

haha tohsan keep tracking this pidtta huh, duwan to get caught ar haha u bad tai kor tai

I dun hav thai amulets but i got one buddha statue for my car. But knnccb when i went to change my windscreen, those fella smash my windscreen with a large hammer and my statue so happen located near to the windscreen, so my buddha statue's broke off.

I felt sad la, that buddha statue with me for more than 9years liao.

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Aug 7 2008, 10:35 PM #15

Tohsan @ Aug 7 2008, 04:26 PM wrote:
izso @ Aug 7 2008, 02:23 PM wrote: I want an amulet that'll make me rich.
First u give me US$100k, I will give you the amulet that promise you rich rich and rich, deal? :devil: :devil: :devil:
Weird la you. If you have that amulet, why would you need my 100k? :P
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