Luang Phor Pern Tithakunoe was Born in Thambon Bang Gaew Nakhon Pathom on the 12th of August 2466.
Shortly after his Birth, his mother and father decided to move to live in the small Village of Baan Tung Kork, in The district of Sorng Pi Norng province of SupannBurii.
Supan Burii was a territory that teemed with "Nak Laeng and infamous highwaymen including well known characters such as, Suea Dam, Suea Bai, and Suea Mahaesworn. (Interestingly it is now these very type of modern day characters that seek the protection from LP Pern)At this time, Luang Phor Pern who was still a Layman, found it wise to source some magic charms to protect himself from the dangerous elements of the region.
In addition to this, Luang Phor Pern had always been attracted to Buddhist Magic used by warriors in the historic past. Suffice to say he was seriously interested in all things paranormal.
He sought out one of the most respected monk of his time, Luang Phor Daeng (Pra Kruu Suwannasaatugith).
Luang Phor Daeng was based in the area at Wat Tung Kork, in Supannburii Province. Luang Phor Pern became a Lay Disciple of Luang Phor Daeng, who was in turn a disciple of Luang Phor Hnoeng (Wat Klong Madan); an Expert in matters of Sorcery.
At the age of 26 Luang Phor Pern would become ordained as a Monk. He was ordained by Phra Ajahn Huem, who was also his teacher in Buddha Magic and Sorcery.
Apart from that, Luang Phor Pern was a Disciple of "Agkara Khorm" , and a student of yant composition and application. His yant were renowned for their aesthetic beauty and the power that they carried. Luang Phor Pern studied vipassana meditation with utmost dedication for many years and through these studies was able to become a disciple of the Great Luang Phor Opassi, one of the Greatest monks of the time, known for his powers of white magic.
After this, Luang Phor Pern went "Tudong" in the jungles of Western Thailand (Kanchanaburi) He crossed the border into the realm of Marit (Burma), through the remote areas of Saesawoe and Bang Graenggawia; Known in that time as being the thickest darkest Jungle, full of dangerous animals and unknown fevers.
According to Thai beliefs, there was also the added dangers of "Naang Mai" (wicked fairies and tree spirits), Phii Phoeng and Phii Phaa (Jungle ghosts) and all sorts of evil spirits. The inhabitants of this thickly forested and mountainous region were mostly Karen, many of whom became disciples of Luang Phor Pern.
Luang Phor Pern seemed to be loved and respected wherever he travelled, due to the fact that he possessed such a transparent personality that allowed all to see his great compassion and his power to help folk with his magic.
One day Luang Phor Pern was called upon by the local folk to become Abbot of Wat Tung Nang Lork (Temple of the field with the lady ghost), in Kanchanaburi, where he developed the temple during his five year stay. After this he returned to the jungles to practice the ancient ascetic meditation practices.
Luang Phor Pern later became the Abbott of Wat Koeg Khaemao in Nakorn Pathom, which at that time was not only in a bad state of repair but was also in an area that was inaccessible, being thickly forested. He developed and repaired the temple gaining the love and respect of the local people. It was here that he consecrated his very first amulets, which are now rare and hard to find. It was from the donations received in return for these amulets that he was able to renovate the temple.
After many years at Wat Koeg Khaemao he was invited to become Abbot of Wat Bang Phra where he became better known for spiritual tattoos or yant especially the tattoo festival in the month of March.
All Luang Phor Pern’s amulets are well-know for warding off dangers of all kinds. All recorded and unrecorded miraculous phenomena can be heard from people that wore Luang Phor Pern’s amulets. However, many do not know that, his amulets are also imbuing with the power for invulnerability, Maha Phokhasap (great wealth), Mahalarp (great fortune), Klaew Klaad (free from all harms),Maha Amnaj (great charismatic power feared by others) and Maha Metta (to be greatly loved by others all around).
Many people who had worn Luang Phor Pern’s amulets encountered efficacious experiences with Great Metta, Fortune, Unexpected Bonanza, and Life Protection. The news of experiences was widely spreading to BKK and many other provinces which ignited a scrambling sourcing of amulets consecrated by him.
Luang Phor Pern of Wat Bang Phra was a benevolent donor that built hospital for the poor villagers and likewise schools to educate them with a skill to earn a living. His great compassionate was widely known by many others in Thailand. In addition, he was greatly known by many for his occult Thai tattoo. His “ser” (tiger) tattoo was said that to possess the power to stop a bullet.
In the month of March, many devotees will travel about an hour's drive west of Bangkok. Thousands of roughnecks - laborers, drivers, mobsters - descend upon the temple to honor Luang Phor Pern, in a ceremony known as wai kroo, or bow to the teacher. On this occasion, devotees receive new tattoos, revitalize old ones and a blessing ceremony was also given in the form of prayers that was said to rejuvenate those with luck of wealth and fortune. It is also greatly believe by his devotees that Luang Phor Pern’s tattoos can stop bullets and blades, prevent road accidents, improve business, induce trances, and calm your mind.
Apart from his popularity in tattooing, he was also a guru that produces amulets with the attributes of invulnerability, Maha Phokhasap (great wealth), Mahalarp (great fortune), Klaew Klaad (free from all harms), Maha Amnaj (great charismatic power feared by others) and Maha Metta (to be greatly loved by others all around). LP Pern was also considered as one of the greatest guru in Palad Khik creation in the present days.
The tiger is an emblem of prosperity, courage, confidence, fearless and Maha Amnaj in Luang Phor Pern’s amulets. These make us link the tiger tooth (Khiao Ser) of Luang Phor Pang, Wat Bangnomkho, Authaya to them. However, Luang Pern did consecrate a small quantity of Khiao Ser with his special Katha etched on it. Khiao Ser in Thai language is translated as Khiao for tooth and Ser for tiger. Therefore, Khiao Ser means tiger tooth.
In the terminology of Thai amulets, Khiao Ser is a figure of tiger regardless of what it is been made of. Normally, the materials for making Khiao Ser are tiger’s tooth, bear’s tooth, ivory, wood and even bronze or metal. The most expensive will be those make of tiger tooth mainly due to the difficulty in obtaining one with the diminishing number of tigers in the World. Likewise, every tiger have only one pair of upper front big teeth. This economic reason causes the price for the rarity pair of upper front big teeth to be extremely high. Moreover after the consecration, this piece of tooth becomes very rare. It is most suitable for people that need to command respect from others. Hence, help the wearer to avoid becoming a victim of political struggle in any arena. The above Khiao Ser is approximately 11.5 x 3.5 cm consecrated by Luang Phor Pern in 2530s.
All Luang Phor Pern’s amulets are well-know for warding off dangers of all kinds. All recorded and unrecorded miraculous phenomena can be heard from people that wore Luang Phor Pern’s amulets. However, many do not know that, his amulets are also imbuing with the power for invulnerability, Maha Phokhasap (great wealth), Mahalarp (great fortune), Klaew Klaad (free from all harms) and Maha Amnaj (great charismatic power feared by others) and Maha Metta (to be greatly loved by others all around).
To enhance the efficacious result of the amulets, one need to do is simply said “Luang Phor Pern (x 3 times)” and informs him of the current needs by the wearer. In addition, synchronize with your right hand touching the amulet. Although, Luang Phor Pern had passed away in the year 2002 (30th June), your wish can still be answered by him. This is an evidence of one attainting Arahan