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Pra Kring Emerald Buddha Amulet

Emerald Buddha Pra Kring Amulets Special Edition

01 Jan 19
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Phra Kring Gaew Morakot Emerald Buddha amulet Blessed at Wat Weluwan

Special Gammagarn Version of the Pra Kring Gaew Morakot Luang Phu Moon Tidtasilo Wat Ban Jan (Yorn Yuk Edition Emerald Buddha of LP Moon). A special ‘Pra Kring’ type Loi Ongk Statuette in Nuea Maha Chanuan Sacred Alchemical Alloy with Brass Base and Kring Bead rattle inserted, sealed with a Look Namo Slug with Sacred Agkhara U on the Base). Only 561 amulets were made in this particular version, and only handed out during the ceremony to devotees. The Pra Kring, should bring 12 kinds of blessings to the devotee who wears it, bestowed through the rattling Kring bead within the Pra Kring Medicine Buddha.

This edition was released at Wat Weluwan in Buddha Abhiseka presided over by Luang Por Udom Sap, with extra blessings thereafter by great masters of the Luang Phu Moon Lineage, to raise funds for the building of the necessary facilities for the Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang temple, in Roi Et in the Isan Country, which is presided over by Pra Ajarn Luang Por Chalerm Rat Aruno.

Free Registered Airmail Shipping Worldwide is Included with this amulet. The Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang is in dire need of funds, and so the devotees in collaboration with the temple of Wat Weluwan in Sri Saket, arranged for this edition to be made. The amulets were made in various types of sacred metals, as well as some sacred powder versions. These special version ‘Maha Chanuan’ alchemicaal metal amulets were made in extreme limited edition of 561 amulets, and were handed out to sponsors and devotees during the ceremony only, and not issued for general distribution.

The metallic Loi Ongk Pra Gaew Morakot statuettes were made in the following numbers 1. Nuea Ngern (solid silver) – 111 amulets made 2. Nuea Nava Loha (9 sacred metals) – 1,111 amulets made 3. Nuea Tong Rakang Ud Pong Wan Puttakun (Sacred Temple Bell brass filled with herbal Powders and Puttakun Powders)- 3,111 amulets made 4. Nuea Lek nam Pi (Lek Lai maekasit related alchemical metal substance, only handed out to pre-order donation devotees) – 561 amulets made. In addition, some votive tablets in sacred muan sarn powders were also released.

Below; Sacred Look Namo insert, with Khom Agkhara “U” Yantra and Series Number Code Stamps are embossed on the brass base of the amulet, which has a Kring Bead rattle inserted within the inner chamber

The edition was blessed in 2561 BE, at the temple of Wat Weluwan in Buddha Abhiseka. For indeed, the temple of Wat Pha None Mueang is yet to have an Uposatha Shrineroom to perform Buddha Abhisekha Ceremonies, and so was needed for this purpose.

The amulets were blessed With Luang Por Chalerm Rat and Monks of the Luang Phu Moon (Hmun) Wat Ban Jan Lineage, including the great Luang Por Porn Chai, of the Samnak Songk Siri Taep Sangworn.

This version is a Pra Kring, and hence invoked with the Healing powers of the Bhaisajyaguru, 藥師佛 Yàoshīfó, in Chinese, or in Japanese ‘Yakushi’). Bhaisajyaguru is of course, the Medicine Buddha.. The use of the Pra Kring amulet as an object of veneration for this particular commemoration is with the intent of bestowing miraculous protection and healing powers of the Medicine Buddha to the devotee, with Serm Duang power for auspicious Karma, and as Buddhanussati (Mindfulness of the Buddha).

Below; Luang Por Porn Chai Puttasaro, Luang Por Chalerm Rat, and Masters of the LP Hmun (Moon) Wat Ban Jan Lineage blessing the Pra Gaew Morakot Emerald Buddha Statuettes for the 2561 fundraiser edition to build a temple at Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang in Roi Et.


Below; Devotees assist in the preparation of the building of the foundations of the Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang, slowly but surely, as funds from donations permit.

The Emerald Buddha amulets are made in the style of the Emerald Buddha statue found within the Royal Palace within the shrineroom of Wat Pra Gaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha). The original statue is fashioned Pre Chiang Saen to Early Chiang Saen Era, estimated sometime around the year 500 BE. It was given the name Pra Putta Radtana Pan Mani Morakot.

The Emerald Buddha is considered the palladium of the Kingdom of Thailand. It is a figurine of the meditating Buddha seated in yogic posture, made of a semi-precious green stone (jade or jasper rather than emerald), clothed in gold, and about 26 inches (66 cm) tall.[4] It is housed in the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Pra Gaew) on the grounds of the Grand Palace in Bangkok (Wikipedia). It is considered to have healing qualities by Thai Buddhist People. Early in the Bangkok period, the Emerald Buddha used to be taken out of its temple and paraded in the streets to relieve the city and countryside of various calamities (such as plague and cholera).


The Emerald Buddha also marks the changing of the seasons in Thailand, with the king presiding over seasonal ceremonies. In a ritual held at the temple three times a year, the dress of the deity is changed at the start of each of the three seasons. The astrological dates for the ritual ceremonies, at the changing of the seasons, followed are in the first waning moon of the lunar calendar, months 4, 8 and 12 (around March, July, and November). Rama I initiated this ritual for the hot season and the rainy season; Rama III introduced the ritual for the winter season. The robes which adorn the image, represent those of monks and the king, depending on the season, an indication of its symbolic role “as Buddha and the King”, which role is also enjoined on the Thai king who formally dresses the Emerald Buddha image.


The costume change ritual is performed by the Thai king who is the most elevated master of ceremonies for all Buddhist rites. During the ceremony, the king first climbs up to the pedestal, cleans the image by wiping away any dust, and changes the gold headdress of the Emerald Buddha. The king then worships nearby while an attendant performs the elaborate ritual of changing garments. The king also sprays holy water upon his subjects waiting outside the ordination hall, a privilege previously afforded only to the princes and officials who were attending the ceremony inside the ubosoth (the shrineroom where Uposatha is held.


Below Luang Por Chalerm Rat Aruno, of Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang, in Roi Et

Luang Por Chalerm Rat Aruno of Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang in Roi Et

This edition was released at Wat Weluwan in Buddha Abhiseka presided over by Luang Por Udom Sap, with extra blessings thereafter by great masters of the Luang Phu Moon Lineage, to raise funds for the building of the necessary facilities for the Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang temple, in Roi Et in the Isan Country, which is presided over by Pra Ajarn Luang Por Chalerm Rat Aruno.

Free Registered Airmail Shipping Worldwide is Included with this amulet. The Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang is in dire need of funds, and so the devotees in collaboration with the temple of Wat Weluwan in Sri Saket, arranged for this edition to be made. The amulets were made in various types of sacred metals, as well as some sacred powder versions. These special version ‘Maha Chanuan’ alchemicaal metal amulets were made in extreme limited edition of 561 amulets, and were handed out to sponsors and devotees during the ceremony only, and not issued for general distribution.

The metallic Loi Ongk Pra Gaew Morakot statuettes were made in the following numbers 1. Nuea Ngern (solid silver) – 111 amulets made 2. Nuea Nava Loha (9 sacred metals) – 1,111 amulets made 3. Nuea Tong Rakang Ud Pong Wan Puttakun (Sacred Temple Bell brass filled with herbal Powders and Puttakun Powders)- 3,111 amulets made 4. Nuea Lek nam Pi (Lek Lai maekasit related alchemical metal substance, only handed out to pre-order donation devotees) – 561 amulets made. In addition, some votive tablets in sacred muan sarn powders were also released.

Below; Sacred Look Namo insert, with Khom Agkhara “U” Yantra and Series Number Code Stamps are embossed on the brass base of the amulet, which has a Kring Bead rattle inserted within the inner chamber

The edition was blessed in 2561 BE, at the temple of Wat Weluwan in Buddha Abhiseka. For indeed, the temple of Wat Pha None Mueang is yet to have an Uposatha Shrineroom to perform Buddha Abhisekha Ceremonies, and so was needed for this purpose.

The amulets were blessed With Luang Por Chalerm Rat and Monks of the Luang Phu Moon (Hmun) Wat Ban Jan Lineage, including the great Luang Por Porn Chai, of the Samnak Songk Siri Taep Sangworn.

This version is a Pra Kring, and hence invoked with the Healing powers of the Bhaisajyaguru, 藥師佛 Yàoshīfó, in Chinese, or in Japanese ‘Yakushi’). Bhaisajyaguru is of course, the Medicine Buddha.. The use of the Pra Kring amulet as an object of veneration for this particular commemoration is with the intent of bestowing miraculous protection and healing powers of the Medicine Buddha to the devotee, with Serm Duang power for auspicious Karma, and as Buddhanussati (Mindfulness of the Buddha).

Below; Luang Por Porn Chai Puttasaro, Luang Por Chalerm Rat, and Masters of the LP Hmun (Moon) Wat Ban Jan Lineage blessing the Pra Gaew Morakot Emerald Buddha Statuettes for the 2561 fundraiser edition to build a temple at Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang in Roi Et.

Below; Devotees assist in the preparation of the building of the foundations of the Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang, slowly but surely, as funds from donations permit.

The Emerald Buddha amulets are made in the style of the Emerald Buddha statue found within the Royal Palace within the shrineroom of Wat Pra Gaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha). The original statue is fashioned Pre Chiang Saen to Early Chiang Saen Era, estimated sometime around the year 500 BE. It was given the name Pra Putta Radtana Pan Mani Morakot.

The Emerald Buddha is considered the palladium of the Kingdom of Thailand. It is a figurine of the meditating Buddha seated in yogic posture, made of a semi-precious green stone (jade or jasper rather than emerald), clothed in gold, and about 26 inches (66 cm) tall.[4] It is housed in the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Pra Gaew) on the grounds of the Grand Palace in Bangkok (Wikipedia). It is considered to have healing qualities by Thai Buddhist People. Early in the Bangkok period, the Emerald Buddha used to be taken out of its temple and paraded in the streets to relieve the city and countryside of various calamities (such as plague and cholera).

The Emerald Buddha also marks the changing of the seasons in Thailand, with the king presiding over seasonal ceremonies. In a ritual held at the temple three times a year, the dress of the deity is changed at the start of each of the three seasons. The astrological dates for the ritual ceremonies, at the changing of the seasons, followed are in the first waning moon of the lunar calendar, months 4, 8 and 12 (around March, July, and November). Rama I initiated this ritual for the hot season and the rainy season; Rama III introduced the ritual for the winter season. The robes which adorn the image, represent those of monks and the king, depending on the season, an indication of its symbolic role “as Buddha and the King”, which role is also enjoined on the Thai king who formally dresses the Emerald Buddha image.

The costume change ritual is performed by the Thai king who is the most elevated master of ceremonies for all Buddhist rites. During the ceremony, the king first climbs up to the pedestal, cleans the image by wiping away any dust, and changes the gold headdress of the Emerald Buddha. The king then worships nearby while an attendant performs the elaborate ritual of changing garments. The king also sprays holy water upon his subjects waiting outside the ordination hall, a privilege previously afforded only to the princes and officials who were attending the ceremony inside the ubosoth (the shrineroom where Uposatha is held.

Below Luang Por Chalerm Rat Aruno, of Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang, in Roi Et

Luang Por Chalerm Rat Aruno of Samnak Songk Pha None Mueang in Roi Et
Luang Ta Ruam Latest Buddhist Amulets

Buddhist Amulets of LP Ruam

19 Jun 18
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Buddhist Amulet Store is gearing up to begin to increase the choice of amulets for 2018 in a big way. This Month sees some new additions of Phra Ngang, Takrut and other Thai Occult amulets from Luang Ta Ruam of Wat Koke Samran, and to warm up with as we now begin to speed up increasing the inventory of Buddhist Amulets and Occult Charms for you to choose from, and bring you a wider choice of Masters and Types of amulets.

Pra Nang Ongk Kroo Pim A Nuea Pised Bad Tong Luang Ta Ruam

Pra Nang Ongk Kroo Pim A Nuea Pised Bad Tong Luang Ta Ruam

Luang Ta Ruam is an Isan Master whose Wicha is famed for Maha Sanaeh Siang Choke Metta Maha Niyom Magic. His Wicha are manyfold, with especially his Wicha include the Taep Ranjuan spell, Wicha Nam Man Prai, Palad Khik, the Wicha Sariga, and Wicha Pra Khun Phaen.

Takrut Rak Sorn Repeating Love Spell for Multiple Lovers

Takrut Rak Sorn Repeating Love Spell for Multiple Lovers

Apart from the amulets of Luang Ta Ruam, we now have a new range of amulets preparing to be added during the coming two weeks which will bring the store a host of new additions ranging from purely Buddhist amulets to Dark Arts Occult Charms. So don’t forget to check back every few days to see the new arrivals during the next weeks.

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Lersi Dern Dong Yantra Cloth Ajarn Hnan Kong

Lersi Dern Dong Hermit God Giant Yantra Cloth Ajarn Hnan Kong

21 May 18
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Presenting a Giant Size 50 x 25 Inches Linen Yantra cloth for wall hanging, empowered with the Yant Pra Ruesi Por Gae Dern Dong in Bucha to the 108 great hermit forest wandering ascetics of the Deva Realms, and the ascended Masters, from Ajarn Hnan Kong Montr Lanna, of the Samnak Sak Yant Phu Yai Jayya Langka. Only very few of these wall hanging Pha Yant for Bucha in your shrine were made in this edition, and they can expected to become rare collectors pieces in the future. A highly fitting Pha Yant for your personal shrine to the Ruesi.

Pha Yant Ruesi Dern Dong Yok Kroo 60 Edition - Ajarn Hnan Kong

Pha Yant Ruesi Dern Dong Yok Kroo 60 Edition – Ajarn Hnan Kong

Released in the 2560 BE ‘Yok Kroo’ Ceremony at Samnak Sak Yant Jayya Langka in Amphoe San Pha Dtong in Chiang Mai. The Lersi Hermit God emanates all powers of Serm Duang, Serm Yos, Klaew Klaad, Kong Grapan Chadtri, Maha Lap, Metta Mahaniyom, and Maha Pokasap Blessings, emanating outwards around your vicinity, to fill your aura with positive energy, charm, luck, and likablility, bring promotion, elevated status, and draw wealth and prosperity into your life.

 

The Pha Yant is giant size measuring 50 x 25 Inches, and features Por Gae Lersi Dern Dong in the central section, with a plethora of Sacred Yant surrounding him, and a mass of incantations in Lanna Agkhara according to the Grimoires of Thai Lanna Sorcery. Lucky Money-grabbing Crabs, Wealth Attracting Barbfish (Pla Tapian), and Nok Kum Partridges are seen contained within this Sacred Yantra cloth, along with geometric Sacred Geometry spells.

Por Gae Lersi, is a highly revered Thai Lersi Deity of Ancient Renown. There are many Legends about many different Lersi. One of the Lersi to be found so often mentioned in Thai Mythology, is Por Gae Lersi Thai Fai (Sometimes spelled “Pho Kae Ta Fai”). The legend of Highly Developed Beings has been told in different Mythologies and Cultures around the world.

In Thailand, there are also various legends of “Pu Wised”, or Lersi , Arahants or Yogis. These Lersi are said to have possessed various powers, such as Knowledge of herbal medicines, minerals, magical invocations, and supernatural abilities, such as Levitation, Teleportation, Alchemy, and Mind Reading.

These beings with special powers are reputed to live reclusive lives in the forest, on mountains, and in caves. They Practice Meditative skills and mental development, using secret methods passed on from mouth to ear by their lineage mentors.

 

 

 

If you Bucha the Ruesi properly, you will find success in all your projects and attain wealth, Health and Happiness. The Lersi, or also known as ‘Ruesi’, are the holders of the Great Kampira Grimoires, and Magical Wicha of the Dtamra Saiywaet, and are the Root Guru Masters of the Magical Tradition in Buddhist Thailand. Lersi Deva Hermit Gods are Revered in Thailand under the Name ‘Por Gae’. Por Gae defends these ‘Wicha’ etheral knowledge from both the ignorant who wish to destroy them, as well as the ignorant not ready to learn them.

Lersi commands respect and gives knowledge to those ready to accept the power that comes with the Lersi Path. Worshipping the Ruesi brings a full range of blessings and protective magic of the Boroma Kroo and the Immense Power and Protection of the 108 Ruesi Hermit Sages. Kong Grapan, Klaew Kaad, Gae Aathan, Gan Kun Sai, Choke Lap, Kaa Khaay, Metta Mahaniyom, Serm Duang, Maha Sanaeh.

 

All of these blessings are given with the practice of revering and following the Ruesi Devas. It requires somewhat more effort to practice revering the Ruesi, because the practice of Revering Ruesi is a regular applied practice and you must think that the Ruesi are always with you, and that one lives and behaves as a Looksit of the Ruesi Boroma Kroo Por Gae.

To Bucha the Ruesi brings Protection from physical and magical dangers (black magic) having Kong Grapan, Maha Ud and Klaew Klaad Properties, and Gae Aathan (remove Black Magic), Gan Phii (scare Ghosts away), Metta Mahaniyom (great preference and popularity), Maha Sanaeh (charm and hypnotic effect, attraction to the opposite sex). Serm Duang (invoke an auspicious fate and destiny, horoscope). Most traditional Lersi respect the Pantheon of Higher Beings according to the Brahmin tradition. Namely; Lord Brahma Shiva and Vishnu. Most Lersi practice the development of power and evocation/invocation(Peng Kasin). The word ‘Peng’, means in principle, to “stare”, but in this case, it really means to insert, or transform matter or substance, whether it be physical element, or a spiritual element.

Kata to the 108 Ruesi;

Om Surawepoya Ruesi Poya Na Ma Ha

 

Kata Bucha for All Ruesi

Om Imasaming Pra Bprakone Tap Pra Muneetewaa Hidtaa Dtumhe Bparipunchandtu Tudtiyambpi – Imasaming Pra Bprakone Tap Pra Muneetewaa Hidtaa Dtumhe Bparipunchandtu Dtadtiyambpi – Imasaming Pra Bprakone Tap Pra Muneetewaa Hidtaa Dtumhe Bparipunchandtu

The following mp4 Chanting Tutorials come with this Pha Yant available after purchase from the files download section of your account

 

Hwaen Pra-Rahu Asura Deva Eclipse God Rings Wat Ballangk

Rahu Eclipse God Magic Rings for Karma Improvement

12 Apr 18
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presenting a highly wearable and protective Karma Improvement amulet which functions as well as a piece of jewellery as it does as a magical enforcer of good Fate and Destiny; The Hwaen Pra Rahu Hnuea Duang Asura Deva Eclipse God of Fate and Fortune, in the form of a magic ring to be worn for both protection and to turn the line of fate around, turning bad luck into good luck, and attracting success in one’s endeavours, and prosperity. The ring also provides Anti Black magick powers to banish demons and evil energies, and to remove obstacles.

Blessed at Wat Ballangk on 26th November 2560 BE, with the eminent presence of Somdej Pra Puttajarn Sanit Chawana Banyo of Wat Traimit, and Archbishop of the Sangha for the North Eastern Region of Thailand, who lit the Victory Candle for the initiation of the Buddha Abhiseka Blessing Ceremony. The extinguishing of the Victory Candle at the end of the Ceremony was performed by Pra Kroo Prachote Bunyakorn (Luang Por Koon Worabanyo), Abbot of Wat Ballangk and Bishop of the Municipality.
Hwaen Pra Rahu Hnuea Duang Wat Ballangk

The Pra Rahu ring can be worn and beseeched to turn the line of fate around, change bad luck to good luck, dispel evil, and banish black magick.

Bucha Method

Chant Maha Namasakara first;

Namō Dtassa Pakawadtō Arahadtō Sammā Samputtassa Namō Dtassa Pakawadtō Arahadtō Sammā Samputtassa Namō Dtassa Pakawadtō Arahadtō Sammā Samputtassa

Then Chant the Mont Bucha Pra Rahu 12 Times

Gin Nu Sandtaramānō Wa Rāhū Jantang Bpamunja Si Sang Wikka Rūbpō Ākamma Gin Nu Pīdtō Wa Dti Dta Sī Dti Sadt-Dta Tāmē Phalē Muttā Chīwandto Na Sukhang Lapē Putta Katā Pikīdtō Mahinō Jē Bun Jeuyya Janti Mandti

Kata Pra Rahu Kam Duang Karma Improvement Prayer

 

Kata for Pra Rahu Eclipses

Make offerings of Dark Foods , Incenses and Black Candles on Wednesday Evenings and on Lunar and Solar Eclipses, and chant the Kata 12 times to Pra Rahu

Kata Surya Buppaa (Kata to be chanted in the daylight)

Gusaedto Ma Ma Gusaedto-dto Laalaa Ma Ma Dtolaamo Tolaamo Ma Ma Tolaamo Ma Ma Tolaamodtang Haegudti Ma Ma Haegudti

Kata Jantrabupbhaa (Kata to be chanted in the night time)

Yadt-thadtang Ma Ma Dtangthaya Dtawadtang Mamadtang Wadtidtang Saegaa Ma Ma Gaasaegang Gaadtiyang Ma Ma.Gaadtiyang Ma Ma Yadtigaa

 

If you feel that your Fate and Horoscope is not Auspicious, then it could be that Pra Rahu is interfering. You can solve this problem by making Bucha offerings to Pra Rahu every Wednesday; Light 10 black incense sticks (‘Toop’ in Thai), and five types of black offerings (e.g. black sticky rice, black jelly grass drink, black semolina or sago pudding and the like). When you begin to Bucha Rahu Deity, you should make the first ever session in the evening of a Wednesday (any time from 7 pm onwards).After you have done this once, you can make Bucha in the daytime if you wish, but the first time you must include the food offerings of black foods as well as the black incense. The second time onwards only the incense is necessary.


Buddha Abhiseka with Luang Phu Khaeg Wat Pratat Panom

Khiaw Paya Nakarach Naga Fang Tooth Sacred Brass 2560 BE Blessing at Wat Pratat Panom

24 Oct 17
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The Khiaw Paya Nacharach amulets are a special released blessed in a historic first time ritual with the simultaneous lighting of seven victory candles instead of one, to invite Seven Naga Kings of Bodhala to come and allow parts of their minds to dwell within the amulets of this series. These Khiaw Nakarach are forged from Sacred Brass alloy, mixed with Chanuan Muan Sarn metals  from the great Jao Khun Tong Chai (of Wat Traimit), which was donated from Ajarn Laks Rekha Nites for the making of these amulets.

The Khiaw Paya Nak amulets are forged in the shape of the fangs of a serpent, with a Naga coiled around the tooth, which has Khom Kata Akom Agkhara inscriptions on it. The amulets were made in various types of base metals mixed with sacred Chanuan, as follows; 1. Solid Gold versions (only 9 made), with Khom letter  “NA” codestamp 2. Solid Silver (99 made) with the Khom letter “MA” codestamp 3. Nuea Albaca (3,999 made), with Khom Agkhara letter “PA” codestamp 4. Italian Bronze mixed with Sacred Chanuan, some in rainbow metallic effect, some in matt bronze effect (5,999 made) with Khom Agkhara “TA” codestamp 5.  Nuea Samrit with Sacred Chanuan (6,999 made) and 6. Nuea Tong Tip with Sacred Chanuan (12,999 made)

The edition was made to help raise funds for helping with various projects, including; 1. The building of an Uposatha Shrineroom at Wat Kam Jaroen in Sakon Nakorn 2. Help pay for the building of the ‘Somdej Pra Puttajarn Sanit’ Dhamma Hall building of Wat Gaew Suwan Dtum Pa in Nakorn Panom and 3. To finance the building of a Dhamma practice hall at Wat Jao Arm in Bangkok

The Sacred Chanuan Muan Sarn metals which were used in the smelting ceremony to forge the sacred Alloys for this edition included the following; 1. Chanuan Pra Kring Nava Loha from Jao Khun Tong Chai (Wat Traimit) 2. Chanuan Muan Sarn from the casting ceremony of the Pra Um Badtr and the Pra Jakkapat Buddha statues, using the metallic residues and pong Tabai filings from these Buddhas as Sacred ingredients

His holiness Pra Jao Khun Tong Chai of Wat traimit had passed these Sacred Metals through various empowerment ceremonies at various temples as he carried them around to receive blessings and empowerment before their use. He had the Chanuan blessed at Wat Pra Sai in Nong Kai, Wat Jao Aarm in Bangkok, and at Wat Pradoo Aram Luang (temple of Pra Maha Surasak), before finally presenting the Chanuan for use in the smelting of the Naga Fangs.

The amulets were blessed at Wat Pratat Panom in front of the Chedi Buddha Relic Stupa, beseeching the Buddha Relic within to lend its powers to the amulets. Wat Pratat Panom is one of the great Pilgrimage Temples of Thailand with a Buddha Relic within its Chedi Stupa, and one of the most historically important Buddhist Temples in the Country.

Monks at the Blessing Ceremony Naga Tooth Amulet Wat Pratat Panom 2560 BE

Monks at the Blessing Ceremony Naga Tooth Amulet Wat Pratat Panom; Pra Racha Radtanalongorn, of Wat Po Chai in Nong Kai 6. Pra Racha Siriwat of Wat Sawang Suwanaram in Nakorn Panom 7. Pra Kroo Wisutti Meti, Vice-Abbot of Wat Pratat Panom, in Nakorn Panom 8. Pra Kroo Pawana Sope, of Wat Pha Tamma Sope in Lopburi, and other Great Monks

A host of Great Buddhist Master Monks of the Nortth and North eastern regions of Thailand attended to perfrom the 7 fold Deva Abhiseka to invoke the Naga Kings of Bodhala, and empower the amulets, including; Pra Manghala Suti (Luang Phu Khaeg) of Wat Suntora Pradit, in Pitsanuloke 2. Pra Taep Radtana Nayok, of Wat Pratat Haripunchai in Lampun 3. Pra Kroo Wimol Bun Gosala of Wat Wimoon Niwas in Roi Et 4. Pra Kroo Boworn Potiwat of Wat Pratat Sri Kun in Nakorn Panom 5. Pra Racha Radtanalongorn, of Wat Po Chai in Nong Kai 6. Pra Racha Siriwat of Wat Sawang Suwanaram in Nakorn Panom 7. Pra Kroo Wisutti Meti, Vice-Abbot of Wat Pratat Panom, in Nakorn Panom 8. Pra Kroo Pawana Sope, of Wat Pha Tamma Sope in Lopburi, and various other monks of high repute in attendance.

Monks at the Blessing Ceremony - Luang Phu Khaeg, Prta Taep radtana Nayok, Pra Kroo Wimol Bun Gosala and Pra Kroo Boworn Po Wiwat

Luang Phu Khaeg, Pra Taep Radtana Nayok, Pra Kroo Wimol Bun Gosala and Pra Kroo Boworn Po Wiwat

Below you can view a gallery of photos from the Amulet Blessing Ceremony at Wat Pratat Panom. The first ever ceremony in history with seven different victory candles lit by seven master monks simultaneously, to summon all seven chosen Kings of Bodhala to attend, and listen to the Dhamma in the Buddha Abhiseka/Deva Abhiseka.

Rare Early Era Amulets from Buddhist Master Kroo Ba Beng

06 Jul 17
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Buddhist Amulet are happy to announce the arrival of some early era amulets of extreme rarity and high power from the Great Kroo Ba Ben Udtamo of Wat Tanode, in Nakorn Rachasima. Amongst the batch we have diligently sought out for your appraisal are;

Kumarn Tong Song Krueang amulets in various models and in different sizes;

1. Nuea Daeng Ongk Kroo Pised Fang Chin Aathanaint See Red Maha Sanaeh Prai Powders and earths, with Nin Stone, and a Chin Aathan Mortal Remains (Ghost Bone) insert hidden within.

2. Nuea Dam Ongk Kroo Pim Yai Fang Mukh Sord Takrut Ngern Koo – Black Powders Jumbo size with 3 sea pearls and two silver Takrut scroll spells, and ghost bone hidden within the interior.

3. Nuea Khaw Ongk Kroo Pim Yai Fang Mukh Sord Takrut Ngern Koo – White Powders Jumbo size with 3 sea pearls and two silver Takrut scroll spells, and ghost bone hidden within the interior.

4. Nuea Nam Dtan Ongk Kroo Pim Yai Fang Mukh Sord Takrut Ngern Koo – White Powders Jumbo size with 3 sea pearls and two silver Takrut scroll spells, and ghost bone hidden within the interior.

 

This Kumarn Tong amulet has received much fame from stories of devotees who tell that the dogs bark at night when this amulet is in the household. This is because they can see the spirit of the Kumarn Tong.

This extremely rare early era series was blessed in a very sacred necromantic Ritual during the Kern Maa Horn ‘Night of the Howling Dogs’, between 20:00 and 0:300 Hours in the year 2548 BE. The Ritual was begun during the fearful hour of the howling dogs where the cemetery is full of ghosts, and on the night of the ritual, a total of 109 Monks were invited down to the ceremony in the cemetery, but by the time the procession had reached the ritual ground, only 15 monks were remaining, as the rest were to afraid to enter the haunted cemetery.

The front face of the amulet features the Kumarn Tong Song Krueang, in princely regalia, holding a sack of gold. The Kumarn has an aura, indicating that the Kumarn spirit invoked is that of a ‘Kumarn taep’ child spirit of the Deva Realms. Sacred Incantations in Taewanakrii script is embossed either side of the Kumarn. Each amulet is individually hand painted and empowered.

The Kumarn were hand painted with coloured robes and aura. The Muan Sarn Sacred Powders contain Din Bpoeng clay from a Sacred Saltlick, Sanaeh herbal Pollens, Kumarn Bone powders, and Sacred Necromantic Earths, and Ashes, mixed with See Pheung Gern Ber Neung Waxy Potion, and some Powerful Nam Man Prai Phii Dtaay Hoeng Necromantic Oil. Some models were also left unpainted for purists.

The rear face are hand made Sanscrit Spell Inscriptions from Kroo Ba Beng, and a piece of ‘Chin Aathan’ mortal remains of the Hoeng Prai Kumarn were inserted (hidden within the amulet), with various magical items inserted into the clay of the rear face (depending on model).

Below; some of the various models of Kumarn Tong and one of the Nok Salika Dong amulets from the 2548 BE Edition

The Kumarn were Empowered according to the Dtamra of the Lineage of Kroo Ba Ajarn of Kroo Ba Beng and Lersi Bangbod, by Performing Incantations of Empowerment with the The full formula of Invocations for the Kata Akarn Sam Sip Sorng, 32 Elements of Living Beings Incantation, which were performed for reanimation of the spirit within the effigy.

This is an essential part of Necromantic Empowerment with all Humanoid and Animal form amulets which are imbued with a resident spirit. The Invocation Summoning, Awakening and Turning of the Four Elements was performed to Reanimate Living Magic within the Static Form of the Kumarn according to the Ancient

Other Amulets from Kroo Ba Beng’s Early Editions Coming to Store are;

Nok Sariga Dong Maha Niyom Himapant Celestial Magpie Mercy Charm amulets , from various years;

Nok Sariga Pim Lek Nuea Pong Prai Kumarn Dam Paint See Fang Ploi – Black Kumarn Powders with Hand Painted magpies and 17 Ploi Sek Maha Pokasap Gems (4 in front face, 13 in rear face).

The Taep Sariga Koo Ongk Kroo is made and blessed in 2551 BE, with only 54 Amulets made in this extreme limited series. The amulets were made in Black Prai Maha Sanaeh Powders with Kumarn Tong Bone Powders and Necromantic Earths and Ashes, Lek Lai Powders, mixed with Kroo Ba Beng’s famous See Pheung Gern Neung Waxy Potion and Powerful Necromantic Prai Oils. The amulet has 1 Takrut Maha Sanaeh Maha Lap, and 17 Ploi Sek Maha Pokasap Enchanted Wealth Attracting Gemstones inserted.

Taep Sariga Maha Niyom Temple Bell Edition 2546 BE

Special Ongk Kroo Master-Piece version Early-Era amulets of the 2546 BE edition from Kroo Ba Beng, Ongk Kroo Pim B having 2 solid silver Takrut spells, a piece of turqoise, and 2 Ploi Sek Enchanted Gems, and Ongk Kroo Pim A having 2 Solid Gold Takrut spells, an Amethyst and 2 Ploi Sek Enchanted Gems embedded.

Kroo Ba Beng’s amulets are a niche of their own, with his early era amulets being equally regarded as those of his magical companion and ex accomplice Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano. Both of these Masters are known for their hand painted sacred amulets using the Wicha Teerayan which both Kroo Ba Krissana and Kroo Ba Beng inherited from the Lao Ruesi Bangbod.

Below; The Lersi Bangbod of Laos, the Kroo Ba Ajarn of Kroo Ba Beng and Kroo Ba Krissana

It was the Lersi Bangbod who gave the Wicha of the Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet, the Wicha Sariga Dong, the Wicha Teerayan, and many other strange techniques of magical empowerment to these two Masters. Kroo Ba Beng’s amulets have always held a cult status with the devotees of this Master in Thailand, and also in Singapore.

But in recent years he has begun to take on a much. larger international interest, and has slowly become as internationally known as his accomplice and lifetime friend, Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano of Wat Weluwan. Both Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano, and Kroo Ba Beng, were apprenticed to that great forest Master Sorceror from whom they learned the Wicha Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King, and the Wicha Sariga Dong.

Sariga Koo Maha Niyom Green Wings Red Tail Kroo Ba Beng

Kroo Ba Beng is known for his powerful Wicha Sariga Dong Celestial Himapant Forest Magpie, so effective for sweet talking and convincing others with ‘Jerajaa’ speech enchantments, and for Metta Mahaniyom Mercy Charm, to use for Business Improvement. He has imbued these Kumarn Tong with precisely this same kind of Kaa Khaay Jerajaa Magic to induce Mercy and Great Preference (Bias) in your favour.

Kroo Ba Beng Performing Blessings on amulets

This is especially useful magic for market traders or those who have to compete in an arena of competitors, where each is vying to attract te interests of the customers. Jerajaa Kaa Khaay Magic assists greatly in drawing the interest and focus of the customer or lover towards you, and lock them into your line of focus. Kroo Ba Beng has now become so appreciated and revered, for his ability to empower the Amulets with Great Metta Mahaniyom, and Maha Sanaeh, along with Maha Lap and Maha Pokasap power.

Their incredibly attractive appearance, hand painted design, and high-quality content of sacred powders semi precious and precious gemstones, and other powerful substances, is what has made the amulets of Kroo Ba Beng, and his companion Kroo Ba Krissana, the two Master Wicha holders and most popular makers of Mercy Charm Wealth increasing amulets of high esteem. Kroo ba Beng also dominates the Wicha Pra Khun Phaen, Sariga, and many Necromantic Wicha, such as the Kumarn Tong, In Koo, and the Nang Jing Jork Gao Hang Nine Tailed Fox Prai Deva.



Special Edition Takrut Sam Kasat Dtamrap Boran Wat Weluwan

Three Kings Takrut Triple Yantra Spell Luang Por Winai

25 Apr 17
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The Takrut Sam Kasat Dtamrap Boran Wat Weluwan, is released through Pra Kroo Palad Winai Udtamo, Abbot of the temple of Wat Weluwan in Patum Thani. The Takrut Sam Kasat Boran is made using the ancient formulas from the Grimoires of Wat Weluwan. The Wicha uses the Sacred Yant Dork Mai Sawan for the empowerment, which uses a formula of three separate Yant, one three different metallic surfaces; Nak (Bronze or Copper), Ngern (Silver or Lead), Tong (Gold or Brass).

Takrut Sam Kasat Dtamrap Boran Wat Weluwan

The three Yant are inscribed separately each with their own Incantations and formula of Inscriptions, and bound together into one Wicha, which is then known as the Wicha Takrut Sam Kasat (3 Kings), or, also sometimes called the Takrut Sam Kasat Dork Mai Sawan. Apart from wearing the Takrut, it is also a recommended option to place it in your place of business, to attract success and prosperity.

Luang Por Pra Kroo Palad Winay is the abbot of Wat Weluwan, which is a large temple of National Importance, in Nakorn Pathom. Although Luang Por Winai is still young, aged about 50 years old (written in 2017), he has attained many merits advancing and developing the temple facilities and has helped a large number of ancilliary charitable projects. In his own practice he has attained Brian Nak Tam Aek Master Degree in Dhamma, and is a revered monk of the municipality with a large number of Devotees.

The Takrut composes a Wicha of three different Yant inscriptions on three different metallic foils.

The first Yant is inscribed on a silver foil, and is focused on Chai Chana Magic for Victory, with the Maha Amnaj Commanding Power of the Buddha Dhamma, with inflected Metta and Lap Phon for successful ventures and merciful treatment from superiors. This Yant invokes the spell of Pra Puttang Metta Laapa.The words ‘Dork Mai Sawan’ mean means ‘Heaven’s Flower’ , and is orientated for popularity, mercy charm, success and prosperity, improving the Karma of the devotee. Pra Kroo Palad Winai created the Takrut to lessen the sufferings of the devotees, and to protect them from all dangers, and to bring them the successes in worldly advancements.

 

The Second Yant is inscribed on a golden foil, and contains the ‘Bot Bpi’ which is the second passage of the Kampir Radtana Mala Grimoire, which is said to be the King of Metta Maha SanaehYantra Spells . This Yant is the Yant Kroo Keystone Yantra of the Wicha Dork Mai sawan. It isd imbued with immense Metta Maha Sanaeh, invoked through the Kata Hua Jai ‘Bpiyõ Tēwa Manussānang’.

 

The Third Yant is inscribed on a bronze or copper foil, and invokes the Bot Sō, which is a Puttakun Passage within the Kampir Idtipiso Radtana Mala Grimoire. This Yant possesses the power to dispel all Sadness, Stress, Ease Suffering, and Protect from Deadly Dangers.

Yant Dork Mai Sawan 3

 

The Takrut is hence immensely fittiing for the present age, where most people have to work hard and struggle to get ahead. The Takrut is a ‘Koo Cheewit’ type of amulet, to wear and Bucha constantly throughout one’s life to bring health, wealth, success and happiness.

 

This edition was made to raise funds to finance the building of Kuti (monks residence rooms) for the Sangha at Wat Weluwan.

Kata Bucha Takrut Sam Kasat Dork Mai Sawan Wat Weluwan

Precede with Maha Namasakar 3 times first

Namō Dtassa Pakawadtō Arahadtō Sammā Samputtassa

Namō Dtassa Pakawadtō Arahadtō Sammā Samputtassa

Namō Dtassa Pakawadtō Arahadtō Sammā Samputtassa

 

Then Chant the Kata Dork Mai Sawan


Bpiyo Taewa Manussaanang Bpiyo Prahmaa Manudt Dtamo Bpiyo Naaka Subannaanang Bpinintariyang Na Maa Mi Hang Putto Rak Krai Tammo Hlong Hlai Sangko Ruam Jai Pra Rertai Putto

The Takrut has two pendant hoops attached for wearing either on a pendant chain, or preferably, a ‘Chueak Kart Aew’ waist cord belt. Wearing the Takrut on a Chueak Kart Aew waist cord, allows you to apply the Wicha maha Ruud, to invoke various powers, dependent on which of the four possible positions you slide the Takrut around the waist cord on, to face forward, right side, left side, or rear.

How to use on a waist cord for ‘Maha Ruud’ Wicha;

Wear on a cord around your waist feeding the cord through the two rings of the tube which the Takrut is in. You can slide the Takrut to reside on either side, front or back. Chant the Kata Plug (Invocation of the power of the Takrut) as often as possible. The Takrut performs many uses Metta Mahaniyom. The Devas protect and guard over you, safe from danger. Wealth and treasures flow to you and increase greatly.

Wear it facing forwards, will allow you to attain your wishes, and also protect

Wear it facing backwards, will protect and chase away demons and enemies

Slide it to sit on your right flank – Metta Maha Sanaeh Ladies will fall for you

Slide it to sit on your left flank, Mahaniyom Kaa Khaay (Good money and business sales, more customers)

Luang Phu Pha Wat Dueay Gai

Hun Payont Phii Yaan Golem Ghost Amulet Luang Phu Pha

23 Mar 17
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Presenting a tiny but immensely powerful brazen metal amulet, the Hun Payont Phii Yaan Miniature Loi Ongk Statuette Golem Ghost Soldier, in Nuea Samrit Alchemical sacred Bronze Alloy, with painted red Jong Graben pants, and Khom Yantra spells embossed on the surface. This tiny but high-powered amulet is imbued with the ghost of a psychically powerful Hoeng Prai. This spirit-world assistant is designed to protect and watch your back, attract wealth, and be called upon to fulfil missions and make wishes come true, like your own personal spiritual ‘ Personal Valet’.

Luang Phu Pha ‘Phii Yaan’, (Luang Phu Pha Gosalo), of Wat Dueay Gai, in Nong Lao, Amphoe Muang Samsip, Udorn Thani Province, is a very aged monk (94 years old at the time of writing in 2017), who is a true-born citizen of Udorn Thani. The local devotees of Udorn Thani have given Luang Phu the name of ‘Phii Yaan’, or ‘Por Yai Phu Pha Phii Yaan’. People believe Luang Phu Pha to have special abilities, due to a strange anomaly (which are known as ‘Kot’ in Animist Beliefs), which resides in the roof of his mouth since birth. Many believe this ‘Kot’ anomaly to be a ‘Tat Gaayasit’ (Kaya Siddhi Adamantine Living Substance). It is believed to give Luang Phu Pha the power to see ahead into the future, and to possess the power to perform miracles. This is very similar to the legendary crystal tooth in the roof of the mouth of Luang Phu Ka Long (Wat Khao Gaew), which was said to be the toth of Hanuman (who also indeed had a crystal tooth in the roof of his mouth).


Luang Phu Pha has mastered the Adept level of the Wicha Duang Tam Banlu , which he received as the first apprentice of his Kroo Ba Ajarn, a aged Lay Sorceror called Phu Hmor Tam Hueang. Luang Phu Pha first submitted himself for apprenticeship many decades ago in his youth, because he wanted to learn Wicha with which he could help those who were experiencing troubles with ghostly hauntings and posessions, black magick curses and the like. Luang Phu Pha mastered these Wicha to an adept level and began to heal possessed people, lift curses and banish evil spirits, send lost phantoms on their way to heaven, and bring happiness back to the many people who were suffering from black magic attacks.

This caused Luang Phu Pha to become highly revered for his powers, and people from far and wide began to visit to beseech his blessings, which over the years have proved themself to be so highly effective for the devotees of Udorn Thani. Another ability for which Luang Phu Pha is renowned, is the ability to foretell the future, and to give successful lottery numbers. His accuracy is said to be incredibly accurate. These Wicha and Psychic Abilities of Luang Phu Pha are what make his amulets so powerful and in high demand.


After Luang Phu Pha completed his master of the Wicha of Phu Hmor Tam Hueang, he went on to study Wicha Kong Grapan Chadtri Klaew Klaad with Luang Phu Tao Kam Hlaa, of Wat Ban Pone Paeng, who was a Master with many Wicha, but who was not usualy prone to teaching them to other people. But Luang Phu Pha did not give up and persisted, to prove he was worthy and serious about learning. In the end, Luang Phu Tao Kam Hlaa saw the dedication of Luang Phu Pha, and his one pointed diligence and refusal to give up, and agreed to teach him the Wicha of his Lineage, especially the Wicha Kong Grapan Chadtri. As he began to teach Luang Phu Pha, he quickly realised that this was the Looksit who he would bestow the Dtamra of his Lineage to, to continue and preserve it into future generations, and so bestowed Luang Phu Pha with all of his Knowledge of the Wicha in its entirety.

Luang Phu Pha Gosalo Wat Pha Dueay Gai Udorn Thani


It took a great many years for Luang Phu Tao Hlaa to teach the many different spells and incantations, and inscriptions and formulas to Luang Phu Pha, but eventually, he completed the full compendium within the Dtamra, and Mastered them all. After Luang Phu Tao Hlaa had nothing left to teach Luang Phu Pha, Luang Phu Pha went onwards to seek Wicha from the Great Luang Phu Kong of Wat Ban Thon. Luang Phu Kong was a direct Looksit who had practiced under the Great Arahant Monk Luang Phu Mun Puritatto, and possessed a great many powerful Wicha.. He also received some Wicha from Luang Phu Jant Horm of Wat Ban Gor Ae, a very Powerful Master of that Time.

Kata Bucha Hun Payont Phii Yaan

Bprasitti Katā Sitti Gammang Sitti Garisang

Hun Payont Amulets Luang Phu Pha

Luang Phu Waen Gaay Amulet Empowerment

Boa Spur Gambling Amulet from Khmer Monk Luang Phu Waen Gaay

23 Mar 17
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Limited Edition Khmer Wicha small size ‘Ngu Hlueam Dtaay Praay’ Sorcerous Python spurs, blessed with Pure Gold Leaf, empowered with Incantations, and spellbound with Daay Daeng Akom Red Sorceror’s threads. A powerful Gambling and Wealth Amulet, using Ancient Khmer Necromantic Sorcery methods, by Thai-Khmer Border-Crossing Monk, Luang Phu Waen Gaay Pantasaro, of Wat Ampin (Kampuchea), and Wat Yeuy Prasat (Buriram Thailand).

This edition of amulets received a special and extremely magical blessing ceremony, for they were Blessed During a Lunar Eclipse, with Wai Kroo to Bucha Pra Rahu Asura Deva Eclipse God. Very easy to conceal due to smal size and highly preferred by ladies who like to gamble

The amulets were Blessed at Wat Pha Yeuy Prasat in Buriram, during The night of the full lunar eclipse (Rahu Om Jantr night) where the eclipse God swallows the moon entirely, on the 27th – 28th September 2558 BE. Luang Phu Waen Gaay performed a large number of incantations in Thai, Pali, and in Khmer.

Luang Phu Waen Gaay Dueay Ngu Hlueam Boa Python Spur

The Python is renowned for the ability to maintain itself alive over long periods of time through maintaining an enduring survival through its high ratio of energy conversion in comparison to its metabolic consumption. This means that a Python can survive for months on one meal. The Python can avoid travelling around large distances, by merely lying in wait for prey to pass within its reach, and then launch its attack with one single leap, and entwine itself around the prey, making it impossible for that which enters its clutches, to escape ever again.



This represents the Maha Pokasap and ‘Maha Ud’ (‘Ud Sap’, means to seal belongings within a container) Power of retention, insinuating that any wealth or resources which enter into the possession of its owner, will be retained in one’s possession, and never be lost or released again. The Python also has powerful Maha Sanaeh Magic and does not need to go out of its way to attract its Mate. The femaile python will come along on its own volition for mating, and this is also a powerful magic to attract sexual encounters with ease and no efforts on behalf of the wearer. The musk of the Python has a very strong attractive power to attract the Merciful Metta of those who pass by, who do not notice its predatory nature, due to its physical and pheromonic camouflage, and unobtrusive manner of going around its business.

The Python Spur, or, ‘Dueay Ngu Hlueam’ is perhaps one of the most highly favored Mercy Charms of Professional Gamblers, Bankers, and those who like to gather and hoarde their resources, as well as those who already have wealth, and wish to retain it, or prevent it from flowing away back into the system. This Animist amulet is a form of High Necromancy, which invokes Metta Mahaniyom and Maha Pokasap Magickal influence from the Python’s ability to sit in wait for its prey, without the need to move around or perform overly tiresome quests to entrap its victims.


Luang Phu Waen Gaay Blessing Boa Spur Amulets

Luang Phu Waen Gaay Blessing Boa Spur Amulets


The Dueay Ngu Hlueam Python Spur is said to be a naturally sorcerous item which possesses powerful Maha Pokasap and Metta magic even without empowerment from a Sorceror. Boa or Python spurs also offer Powerful Anti Black Magick Protection, with Demon-Slayer Powers, and Maha Amnaj Magic for Exerting Command and Influence. The Dueay Ngu Hlueam are inbued with the 4 Heart Syllables of the Kata Riak Taat See (Invocation of 4 Elements), The subsequent Summoning, Awakening and Turning of the Four Elements was performed to Reanimate the spirit, and invoke Living Magic within a material object, according to the Ancient Grimoires and Magical Formulas of Ancient Khmer Wicha.

Luang Phu Waen Gaay has empowered these Python Spurs with special Invocations of the Naga Kings of Bodhala, using the Ancient Khmer Wicha which he has inherited through the long lineage of Kroo Ba Ajarn, to intensify the power and supercharge these small but immesnely powerful Dueay Ngu Hlueam

The full formula of Invocations for the Kata Akarn Sam Sip Sorng were performed for reanimation of a spirit within the python spurs, and bound with Incantations to dwell within and emanate powers. This is an essential part of Necromantic Empowerment with all Humanoid and Animal form amulets which are imbued with mind and spirit.

Luang Phu Waen Gaay is a Kampuchean Monk of high repute for his adepthood in Khmer Sorcery, and is highly revered on both Khmer and Thai sides of the border, as a powerful Magic Maker. Luang Phu Waen Gaay is an aged Monk, who has spent many years on Tudong Forest wandering through the regions bordering between Kampuchea and Thailand, and has amassed a large compendium of ancient Wicha of both Thai and Khmer Sorcery Traditions, from both Ordained and Lay Sorcerors.


 

Luang Phu Waen Gaay Wat Ampin Kampuchea


He possesses Enviable Adepthood in the Khmer Necromantic Sorcery Wicha. His powers and Magical Prowess is highly regarded by his peers in Thailand for his roots in Khmer Sorcery Lineage Wicha. Few Guru Masters possess direct Initiation in Kampuchea, into the Dark and White Arts of Ancient Khmer Sorcery, and this has made Luang Phu Waen Gaay’s Talismanic Amulets extremely sought after. Few Guru Masters possess direct Initiation in Kampuchea, into the Dark and White Arts of Ancient Khmer Sorcery, and this has made Luang Phu Waen Gaay’s Talismanic Amulets extremely sought after.

During the Taewa Pisek (Deva Abhiseka) blessing, Luang Phu performed Incantations using both Khmer, and Thai Sorcery Empowerments, and meditated over them to imbue his psychic powers through the sincana cords and into the amulets. Becase this amulet was blessed in wk to Pra Rahu, you can invoke Rahu Asura Deva to improve your Horoscope and increase your chances of lucky streaks, along with the spirit of the Ngu Hlueam Dtaay Prai and Khmer Naga Kings Invocations to command the Ruling Devas and Denizens of the Gambling Dens to throw Luck in your Favour.

Luang Phu Waen Gaay released this edition after he had collected over 100 python spurs in Kampuchea, which the local forest dwellers and jungle trackers would bring to him when they found a python which had died under the right circumstances for Prai Necromancy. Because the python spurs are invisible to the naked eye in a living python, these pincer-like organs are believed to be able to pinbch and grab treasures and hold them tight, and not let them go, and also, the fact that the pincers close in towards each other represents the attract between people, for Maha Sanaeh.

Below; The great Kroo Ba Noi of Wat Sri Don Moon (Inheritor of the Temple and the Wicha of Kroo Ba Phad), offers hismelf as an apprentice in Magic to Luang Phu Waen Gaay, which reveals the geat powers and magical prowess of this great Kampuchean Sorceror-Monk

Kroo Ba Noi Wat Sri Don Moon asking Luang Phu Waen Gaay for Apprenticeship

Chant Maha Namasakara first;

Namō Dtassa Pakawadtō Arahadtō Sammā Samputtassa Namō Dtassa Pakawadtō Arahadtō Sammā Samputtassa Namō Dtassa Pakawadtō Arahadtō Sammā Samputtassa

Kata Pra Rahu Kam Duang Karma Improvement Prayer

Kata for Pra Rahu Eclipses

Bucha Method:

Make offerings of Dark Foods , Incenses and Black Candles on Wednesday Evenings and on Lunar and Solar Eclipses, and chant the Kata given by Luang Phu Waen Gaay 12 times to Pra Rahu

You can use the Kata Pawana (Kata to practice manifestation of your requirements through visualisation magic), which was given by Ajarn Spencer for using with Dueay Ngu Hlueam Amulets.

Na Arahang Putto Mae Metta Maha Metta Pawandtu Mae – Na Putto Arahang Tammo Trini Singhae Sangka Raksa Tamma Raksaa Putta Raksaa Na Mo Puttaaya Aehi Pokang Bpiyang Ma Ma Na Tana Pokang Aehi Jidtang Maha Metta Maha Tanaa Sap Na Metta Mo Garuna Put Bpranee Ta Yin Dee Ya Aen Du Iswasu – Suswaa-I Aehi Jidtang Bpiyang Ma-Ma Maa Nee Maa Maa Na Arahang Putto Putta Raksaa Tamma Raksaa Sangka Raksaa Taewa Raksaa.

(Close Your Eyes and Picture a treasure Pile of Wealth and Resources, and a never ending stream of wonderful possessions and auspicuous blessings flowing to you).