The Emerald Buddha - Its Mysteries and Chronicles

The Emerald Buddha is the most revered Buddhist statue. The story starts in Northern India around 43 BCE and follows the trails throughout war and maritime disaster until the current location in its own dedicated temple at the Royal Palace of Bangkok. This is one of those historical cases where the truth is certainly more interesting than fiction. More

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About Corrie Lamprecht

Born and bred in the old South Africa during the month of Sagittarius in the year of 1956. Although I am fairly Sag; the Chinese sign of Monkey with Fire element is really more descriptive. Nowadays I am no more horse and arrow; I am proud to be from the family of Ophiuchus. In this modern time what better area to have in your sign than the centre our Galaxy and holding the Control over the Snake!

I live in Thailand where I had a yacht factory. My two sons are here with their families - hey I am the proud grandfather of none less than three grandsons and two grand daughters.

My one son has taken the Yacht Chandlery and turned it into a very big successful business.

The other took over the yacht factory and turned that in a very big international acclaimed factory -

My Ex is in South Africa with a new live in her heart and there my two daughters are still enjoying the Sunny South with rainbow colours. In South Africa this grandpa has a pretty little granddaughter too!

Now I am retired. Well, sort of. I am writing books, this is sometimes a 16 hour per day job doing research and getting the words typed into the computer. Soon I think I will start writing fiction. Sounds much easier than this non-fiction fact finding. Though I love the self education!


The Emerald Buddha Video
The Emerald Buddha, one of the most revered Buddhist images in the world. Its history began back in 43 BCE and is a still ongoing saga. Currently this image is housed in it's own temple, within the Royal Palace grounds of Bangkok. Visited by thousands of people every day. Yet, it is an image for which kingdoms were destroyed. This is the story and the history of the Emerald Buddha.

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