This symbiotic deity called In Koo is made and consecrated by Kroo Ba Chay Chana. Apart from all the wicha of Kroo Ba Chay Chana’s own samnak, Samnak Songk Putta Ariya Rangsi, he also studied many other wicha, some of which he learnt from both monks and laymasters in Cambodia. Kroo Ba Chay Chana also learnt some secretive guarded wicha, such as the wicha of Somdet Loong, a well-respected master for his magic powers in both the white and dark arts. Before Kroo Ba Chay Chana ordained as a Buddhist monk, he already was a famous laymaster with many looksit (disciples). Since the beginning of his trajectory as an ajarn, he has been an adept in look krok prai grasip, prai tong grasip, kumarn tong, and making prai oils.
The in koo on the front face of the ongk kroo ‘Pim B’ version is carried by a butterfly which is covered in gold leaf. The back side of the In Koo Mont Sanaeh Plod Rak amulet has four takrut and twelve sacred gems inserted. And on the base it shows the edition stamp as well as the code number of the limited edition.
The magical effects of the in koo are: maha laluay (charm and attraction); maha sanaeh (enchantment); kong grapan (protection); gan kun sai (anti black magic); and metta mahaniyom (mercy). Yet, as the name already suggests, this particular In Koo Plod Mont Sanaeh Plod Rak Ongk Kroo amulet has especially powerful maha sanaeh effects.
The in koo thus works as an effective love charm, which can be used to attract the opposite sex; also, due to the metta mahaniyom powers of this amulet, the wearer of the In Koo Mont Sanaeh Plod Rak will receive loving kindness from the people he or she will meet.
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Year of Issue: 2556 BE
Maker: Kroo Ba Chay Chana
Weight: 30 gr.
Dimensions: 4.5 cm x 3.5 cm x 0.5 cm
Temple: Samnak Songk Tam Khao Bua Noi, Kanchanaburi
Recommended Uses: Maha sanaeh, metta mahaniyom, choke lap, maha lap
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