To show the extreme varied world of Thai Buddha Magic and Occultism, i thought would show sak yant interested people some videos of other aspects of Thai Supernatural to increase and expand your knowledge of this Topic. Perhaps some of you may not know of these things, and be interested to investigate furtherใ
Watch Ajarn Noo load a revolver with live ammunition and shoot it at the devotee and the cameraman. This video was i believe taken sometime ago judging from Ajarn Noos younger look.
In Singapore, both Sak yant and Mediumship has taken off like never before, with a great number of the younger generation now becoming mediums for Devas (Deities) to inhabit them – in Thai this is called “Rang Song”, whereas in Singapore they use the Cantonese name “Dang Gee”. According to the Singapore online News website “Straits Times”, “about seven in 10 practising mediums here are in their 20s and are often blue-collar workers”.
Video documentation of the Bang Fai Payanak festival at the end of Buddhist Lent, where fireballs are seen to erupt from the Mekhong river and fly up into the sky. This happens regularly every year.