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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).

Bucha Size Look Om Rahu Luang Phu Waen Gaay

14 Feb 17
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Presenting a very Uncommon Bucha Item to find in the present day, The Look Om Rahu OIm Jant Dtem Duang Plik Duang Chadta Gae Duang Chong Dtam Bad Bpao Aathan Chua Raay, Asura Deva Eclips God Powder Ball, from Luang Phu Waen Gaay. The Look Om Pra Rahu Bucha Size powder Ball is extremely rare for a collector to encounter, due to very few masters who produce Look Om in Bucha size, and the fact that a massive amount of Muan Sarn Sacred Powders are required to make one single Look Om in this size, which in turn means that only Masters who possess large repositories of powerful Muan Sarn are able to afford to create Look Om of this Grandeur.

This Jumbo Size Look Om Pra Rahu Om Jantr sacred powder ball, from Luang Phu Waen Gaay was 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.

The Sacred Powder Look Om is composed of a vast number of ingredients, mostly secret, deriving from herbal, mineral, Kaya Siddhi and other Magical Substances, mixed with Prai Oils, and with a Piece of Luang Phu’s Civara Rbe attached to seal with final blessing from this Great Agéd Master Monk of the Khmer Sorcery Tradition.

The Wishing Ball was made in two versions, some in smaller size  ‘Look Om Niramit Tewada Long Din is made using both Khmer and Thai Sorcery Empowerments, with Luang Phu Waen Gaay using a large collection of 108 Sacred Powders and Puttakun Powders collected from the Khmer Mountainous Region of Khao Gilen, and from Sacred Places in both Kampuchea and Thailand. Khao Gilen was a very sacred Place for the Ancient Khmer People, and is a place of Great Magical Power.

Luang Phu Waen Gaay Pantasaro empowered the Muan Sarn Ingredients, by grinding them up in his Mortar with the Sacred Pestle, and performed Incantations and Jhanic Empowerments non stop over the whole day and night without rest, until they were completely filled with power. He sent his mind up to the Celestial realms and Invited the Angelic Beings to come down to earth to witness the empowerment and add their blessings and empowerment to the amulets. The edition was given the name ‘Niramit Taewada Long Din’, which means ‘To see a Vision of the Angels descending to Earth’, and this represents what happened on the Astral and Spiritual Planes during the Ceremony of Empowerment.

The Look Om Bucha Rahu Om Jantr Dtem Duang Plik Duang Chadtaa Bpad Bpao Aathan Chua Raay is a special Asura Deva Eclipse God Wishing Ball, to turn the line of fate around, change bad luck to good luck, dispel evil, and banish black magick.

The Look Om should be worshiped by chanting the fiollowing Kata given by Luang Phu Waen Gaay, Make Offerings and Chant it 12 Times in Bucha

Chant Maha Namasakara first; Namō Dtassa Pakawadtō Arahadtō Sammā Samputtassa Namō Dtassa Pakawadtō Arahadtō Sammā Samputtassa Namō Dtassa Pakawadtō Arahadtō Sammā Samputtassa

Look Om Bucha Pra Rahu Om Jantr Dtem Duang

Look Om Bucha Pra Rahu Om Jantr Dtem Duang

Then Chant the Mont Bucha Pra Rahu

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

Luang Phu Waen Gaay is an aged Monk from Kampuchea 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. 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. Luang Phu Waen Gaay empowered the Look Om on 28th September 2558 BE during a Lunar Eclipse. He performed the Incantations using both Khmer, and Thai Sorcery Empowerments, at the small forest temple of Samnak Songk Pha Yeuy Prasat in Nong Gee, Buriram, Thailand. Bucha Method; You can keep the Look Om in a Pan Kroo or any suitable receptavle on the altar slightly lower than any Buddha Images, and pray to it as an Altar Worship item.

Kuman Tong Yord Paetch Amulet by Luang Por Ta Analayo of Wat Pha Kong Kam Chee

Kuman Tong Yord Paetch Amulet by Luang Por Ta Analayo of Wat Pha Kong Kam Chee

03 Jul 13
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The Kuman Tong Yord Paetch amulet made by Luang Por Ta Analayo represents a golden boy holding a diamond in his hands. Approximately three years prior to the making of these amulets, Luang Por Ta had a dream about a young boy who came to him and asked to stay with him. In this dream, the young boy was sat naked with no clothes, and said his name was Yord Paetch. The young boy wanted to stay with Luang Por Ta to help make merits together. Hence, Luang Por Ta decided to make the kuman tong amulets according to the image of the spirit of the young boy which he had seen in his dream.

Kuman Tong Yord Paetch

The Kuman Tong Yord Paetch is made from muan sarn aathan sorcerous earths and powders, including 7 cemetery earths, 7 swamps earths, earths from 7 busy ports, 7 giant termite mounds, powdered forehead bone of a nang prai spirit, ashes of burnt bones from 7 funeral pyres, brokenhearted lady powder, special powders for reanimation of the spirit, and kuman tong herbs. Next, the sacred earths and powders were mixed with see pheung salika long rang (metta balm of the sariga bird getting in the wrong nest’) and nam man sanaeh nang krung (metta oil of the ‘lady wrapped around the phallic’). All these sacred ingredients were then mixed together. From this mixture shapes of the Kuman Tong Yord Paetch were pressed as amulets, and then empowered with incantations for a period of three years.

Kuman Tong Yord Paetch amulet by Luang Por Ta

Most of the time, Luang Por Ta would perform the empowerments during the night time in the cemetery. He would then take a piece of red cloth (‘pha daeng’) and place it on the floor and put the kuman tong amulets on the cloth, all touching each other face to face, which is a part of rap sap magic for receiving treasures. Every Buddhist holy day Luang Por Ta went to the cemetery to perform empowerments from about 9 o’ clock in the evening until midnight. Also, he performed the rituals to invite the devas of the highest celestial realms to come and join the consecration ritual of the Kuman Tong Yord Paetch amulets, and thereby transmit deva minds into each amulet with their own individual spirit inhabiting. Luang Por Ta Analayo used the kata agarn sam sip song and hnun taat see for invocation of the thirty-two parts of the human body, and reanimation of the four elements. The amulets are blessed chanting the kata back- and forwards.

Kuman Tong Yord Paetch - Luang Por Ta Analayo

Hence, the Kuman Tong Yord Paetch are empowered to keep enemies away and to protect against evil spirits. Also, the kuman tong are powerful amulets to attract maha lap great lucky and wealthy fortunes. Thus, the Kuman Tong Yord Paetch are very useful for those who are in sales or market places, to increase the commerce and success in business. This is why the kuman tong is very popular with shopkeepers and other kinds of traders.

Rear face of Kuman Tong Yord Paetch

A remarkable fact about this amulet, which often has been noticed by many devotees, is that when one thinks of something one would like to have, then within a very short time one gets it without even asking for it. And so, the rate of coincidence with these events has caused this amulet to gain fame for its wishfulfilling power.

Front face of the Kuman Tong Yord Paetch

Kata Bucha Kuman Tong Yord Paetch

First recite the Maha namaskara (‘Namo Tassa…’) three times, then chant:

Ehi kumarang kumariinang ati uni na ang piti putto.

Kuman Tong Yord Paetch made and blessed by Luang Por Ta

View this amulet in our store here: Kuman Tong Yord Paetch Amulet by Luang Por Ta Analayo of Wat Pha Kong Kam Chee

The takrut is covered in a coating of black lacquer for increased durability. The spell within the magic scroll also contains sacred herbal resin mixture

Takrut Phii Loeng Dtaek Necromantic Spell for Seduction and Gambling – Luang Ta Liang

01 Jul 13
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The broken coffin ghost dark arts takrut spell is necromantically empowered maha sanaeh Khmer sorcery at its most powerful. It is packed in a small silver scroll containing a magic spell which has been in popular use since the times of the Khmer Empire, before Buddhism even arrived, and Brahman ritual was still the mainstream.

During the performance of the nine day ritual, the takrut were kept placed inside the coffin of a prai ghost, until the incantations of the kata Hua Jai Nang Dtaay Tang Glom (incantation of the mother who died with child’) made the coffin begin to shake.

This is not Thai but indeed an ancient Khmer sorcery, which has been known for its extremely powerful power of attraction and ability to convince (even the ghosts of the gambling tables), and to increase successful commerce. This wicha is one for which Luang Ta Liang holds legendary status.

The takrut is covered in a coating of black lacquer for increased durability. The spell within the magic scroll also contains sacred herbal resin mixture, which serve to increase its power not only magically, but also biologically upon the pheromones of those in the vicinity.

The broken coffin ghost spell was not then released, but was kept for a further two years to receive constant incantations. One interesting point about the making of this amulet, is the fact that one of the apprentices of the great and legendary monk Luang Phu Suang was present to perform empowerments upon this amulet, too.

The takrut is made from coffin nails smelted into yantra foils, and is stuffed with a piece of Dork Rak flower and See Pheung Bpaag Phii (‘ghost mouth wax balm’) inside its interior. The ultra rare and difficult to fabricate Pong Sanaeh Ya Faed powder is also inserted, which Luang Ta Liang had made after decades of tudong forest wandering to collect all of the necessary ingredients to complete the complex formula for the making of ‘Pong Sanaeh Ya Faed’.

Kata Bucha Takrut

Om Gaama Dtanhaa, Wipawa Dtanhaa Gaama Raaka Dtanhaa Madon Rammaa Bpiyang Ma Ma.

View this amulet in our store here: Takrut Phii Loeng Dtaek Necromantic Spell for Seduction and Gambling – Luang Ta Liang

 

Nam Man Mae Bper Oil – Luang Por Somkuan

19 Jun 13
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Nam Man Mae Bper is a metta oil with strong maha sanaeh powers for attraction, released in 2555 BE along with Luang Por Somkuan’s Khun Phaen Mae Bper Prai Kumarn Riak Koo amulets. This metta oil is made from sacred herbal powders and necromantic oils, which were then boiled up together with waxes and 108 kinds of sacred herbs.
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Luang Por Somkuan empowered the Nam Man Mae Bper using the traditional wicha Maha Sanaeh Boromakroo, which originates from Surin Province. Not surprisingly, the province of Surin in the Northern Isan, is therefore particularly well known for its powerful Khmer sorcery. Yet the wicha Mae Bper in particular, is regarded by people from Surin Province as being the most powerful and effective wicha for maha sanaeh magic.
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Apart from the main empowerment, Luang Por Somkuan also performed extra incantations of the Hua Jai Mae Bper, i.e. the root mantra of the Mae Bper deity. This makes the Nam Man Mae Bper a most powerful oil for maha sanaeh attraction, which can be used equally well by both men and women.

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Nam Man Prai Mae Bper Oil- LP Somkuan

Indeed, the Nam Man Mae Bper can very well be used in combination with the Khun Phaen Mae Bper Prai Kumarn Riak Koo amulet. This strong combination will maximize the powerful effects of maha sanaeh magic. For instance, one can use the metta oil to anoint one’s goods and wares for boosting sales, or anointing certain parts of one’s own or someone else’s body for enhancing attraction, and at the same time the Khun Phaen amulet can be worn to further increase the chances of luck. Furthermore, the Nam Man Mae Bper oil can also be anointed on the Khun Phaen amulet as a way of consecrating it, and strengthening its power.

Kata Nam Man Mae Bper

Na Ngeuk Na Ngong Muoy Ya Yang Ji Ammaneedtaa Phayong Ngeuk A A Silang Wang U.

The kata should be chanted seven times. And as one chants the kata, one should simultaneously pray and ask for any kind of blessings one wishes to receive, or wishes to be fulfilled.

The Look Om Sawat Dtab Dtam Mae Bper Prai Kumarn is made from pong prai kumarn powders and pong wan maha sanaeh herbs mixed with nam man prai and various other types of prai oils.

Look Sawat Dtab Dtam Mae Bper Prai Kumarn (Powerful Prai Powder Ball) – Luang Por Somkuan

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Luang Por Somkuan’s Look Om Sawat Dtab Dtam Mae Bper Prai Kumarn powder ball is becoming very famous with his looksit since various people have made reports of high success which they ascribe to the magical powers of this amulet. This look om amulet is therefore getting a reputation of being a very powerful sacred powder ball. This amulet is as popular with ladies as it is with men, and can be worn in the waistline area or carried in the purse or cash till too.

The Look Om Sawat Dtab Dtam Mae Bper Prai Kumarn is made from pong prai kumarn powders and pong wan maha sanaeh herbs mixed with nam man prai and various other types of prai oils. The magic formula for making this look om is based on Khmer necromantic sorcery, which uses seven kinds of ingredients, like prai bone powders, ashes from seen funeral pyres, earths from seven cemeteries, earths from seven ports with successful commerce, earths from seven bustling market places, earths from the center of seven great cities, and seven giants termite mounds. This mixture was then ground into powders with sacred herbs and prai oils.

Next, the muan sarn was empowered according to tradition, which requires putting the prai oils inside a couldron which is inscribed with sacred yantra. To maximize the effect of the empowerment these oils and powders were boiled whilst performing incantations until the whole mixture became dry.

During this process, Luang Por Somkuan chanted the kata Sam Sip Song and kata Taat Hnun See through which he performed the invocation and reanimation of the thirty-two parts of the human body and the four elements. The Nibbana Sutta was chanted as well, because its wicha is essential for succesful performance of Khmer necromantic sorcery. After this, the muan sarn was taken out of the couldron and ground up into powders. And then finally the sacred powders were pressed into the Look Sawat balls.

And so, perhaps not surprising, the Look Om Sawat Dtab Dtam Mae Bper Prai Kumarn has a very powerful effect of the maha sanaeh variety. The sacred powder ball is able to enforce a hypnotic effect on the minds of others. This magic power works both on men as well as women, for this amulet is completely unisex, meaning it can be used by hetero-, bi-, and transexuals. However, Luang Por Somkuan’s look om is also useful for gambling, and can even be used as a wishfulfilling amulet, for it has the prai gasip ability to forewarn of lucky windfalls. In this way, then, the mysterious prai gasip powers will let one know when is the right time to lay a bet, or to make a move to approach and attempt to enchant or seduce a person.

Look Om Sacred Powder Ball

Since this amulet uses a wicha of the dark arts, it means that one is not required to keep the five moral precepts, and can thus use the amulet for gambling and to enchant people. However, in order to avoid the undesirable consequences of any unwholesome karmic deed performed with the help and assistance of this kind of amulet, we strongly recommended you to try and keep the five Buddhist precepts at all times.
 

View this amulet in our store here: Look Sawat Dtab Dtam Mae Bper Prai Kumarn (Powerful Prai Powder Ball) – Luang Por Somkuan

 

The Mae Ber Maha Pan Yor by Luang Por Somkuan is a small but very powerful statuette. It is a true krueang rang occult amulet, which is made using Khmer wicha.

Mae Ber Maha Pan Yor Loi Ongk Statuette for Maha Sanaeh Attraction and to Increase Luck in Gambling – Luang Por Somkuan

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The Mae Ber Maha Pan Yor by Luang Por Somkuan is a small but very powerful loi ongk statuette. It is a true ‘krueang rang’ (occult) amulet, which is made using traditional Khmer wicha. This particular type of wicha works in a very unique way indeed, for the more you bucha and pray to this wicha, the more it will enhance its magical power.

Luang Por Somkuan learnt this ancient wicha from his kroo ba ajarn. This wicha requires a copper yantra foil (‘tong daeng’) made from smelted ancient artifacts, which should then be inscribed with spell inscriptions in Khom Agkhara; in this case, the yant Maha Sanaeh for attraction power. Many of these yantra foils were made. Some were made with maha lap spells on them, whereas others have maha sanaeh. All of these yantra foils were then collected, after which they were resmelted and made in the form of the Mae Bper amulet. Once the Mae Bper loi ongk statuettes had taken shape, they were bound with magical sinjana cord.

The Mae Bper animist female deity possesses, of course, apart from maha sanaeh, also magical qualities of maha pokasap and mahalap. So, not only is she an important symbol of loving kindness, but she also represents great fertility. This is why the Mae Bper is seen in the birthgiving position whilst she is bleeding, for she is prepared to sacrifice her blood and life for her child. When the child is still in the womb, it feeds off its mother via the umbilical cord. Then, after the child has been born, the mother will be constantly nourishing the child with food, drinks, and warmth. Obviously, the mother always provides its child a continuous source of sustenance. And so, the Mae Bper’s immeasurable act of compassion manifests in strong maha pokasap and metta mahaniyom powers, which bring in great wealth and treasured possessions. Moreover, since the Mae Bper has great maha sanaeh, these immensely strong powers can also be used to entice and enchant the opposite sex. However, the Mae Bper will work just as well for gay people who are seeking an enchanted lover of the same sex.

Hence, the Mae Bper Maha Pan Yor loi ongk statuette of Luang Por Somkuan is a highly effective metta mercy charm with powerful maha sanaeh attraction and kama sutra powers. Due its the strong magical aspects of siang choke, the Mae Bper necromantic sorcery amulet also works very well to increase one’s luck in gambling.

One should pray to the Mae Bper using the same method of worship for most nang prai deva spirits.

Kata and bucha method for Mae Nang Prai

Kata for metta and maha sanaeh (love, attraction and preferential treatment)

Kata Nang Prai Mae Bper Maha Pan Yor

Su na maa dta wi ya bpo lo wi la ga jae la ga.

 

View this amulet in our store here: Mae Ber Maha Pan Yor Loi Ongk Statuette for Maha Sanaeh Attraction and to Increase Luck in Gambling – Luang Por Somkuan

 

Yoni Mae Gamnerd Ongk Kroo - (Erotic Transformation of Kali) Vulva Magic Love Charm - Pong Prai 59 Dton + Pong Saneh Ya Faed + Chin Aathan - Ajarn Akaradech

Yoni Mae Gamnerd Ongk Kroo (Erotic Transformation of Kali) – Vulva Magic Love Charm – Ajarn Akaradech

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The Yoni Maha Gamnerd amulet is made from 59 maha phuudt ghost powders mixed with pong saneh ya faed; one of Khmer necromantic sorcery’s most powerful maha sanaeh powders.

The Yoni Mae Gamnerd is a very powerful aphrodisiac and attraction charm with ultra high maha sanaeh magic, made using a thousand year old formula found in the grimoire of spells, which uses ancient sacred prai powders from the Khmer Kingdom. These include Pong Saw Sam Moo Ban Kin Nam Bor Diawgan, a sacred maha sanaeh powder whose name means ‘ladies of three villages drinking water from the same well’, and implies the ability to possess many lovers at the same time; Pong Maha Phuudt Pan Dton (powders of a thousand hoeng prai ghosts); Pong Nang Prai Dtaay Tang Glom (bone powders, prai oils and funeral ashes of a kumarn and its mother); powders of a prai ghost died on a Saturday and cremated on a Tuesday; Pong Prai Kumarn; Pong Look Krok; and prai powders of a two headed Look Krok.

Yoni Maha Gamnerd sacred powder female vulva amulet for love and attraction, romantic seduction

Then, various other kinds of sacred ingredients were also added to the muan sarn mixture, including earths from seven cemeteries, earths from the mouth of a grave of a phii dtaay tang glom, ashes from the cremated bones of 59 hoeng prai ghosts, pong dek jom nam dtaay (ashes from a cremation of a corpse that drowned to death), and nam man chang pasom khloeng (mating elephant oil). There were also many prai herbal ingredients added to the mixture of sacred ingredients, such as wan taep ramjuan, wan kruea khao hlong, and wan dork tong. Holy woods such as mai ga fak rak, mai ga hlong, mai mayom, ton rak sorn, dork heun haay phii, and wan salika lin tong were also added to the muan sarn used for making this amulet.

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Hand inscription of ancient Khmer Agkhara spells have been performed upon the front face of the yoni around the vulva image.

ThYoni Vulva animist love charm amulet Khmer necromantic magic

The yoni is a dark arts occult charm that does not require wearing the amulet above the waist, and can thus be worn close to the private parts, for increased effectiveness. It is, despite common belief, not only for ladies to use, but can also be used by men just as well. The yoni uses the most ancient and primitive method of attraction and enchantment – that of mother nature – by working on the libido, and also emanating the aura of ‘being in heat’; a spell which is strengthened by the nam man chang pasom khloeng (‘mating elephants in heat’) oil.

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You can ask for most wishes to attract and convince your intended lover, and should not find yourself doing without for any long periods of time with the yoni. The yoni is, of course, also the female symbolic counterpart of the male phallic lingam, which represent Shiva (lingam) and Kali/Parvati (yoni), The yoni as an animist occult charm, however, has existed outside of Hinduism and Buddhism too, as a magical charm of purely animist nature. This amulet can thus be used and prayed to in different ways depending on which meanings you wish to attribute to the amulet, or according to what your spirit tells you fits with your own sense of faith and inspiration. For it is your own faith and inspiration which shall play a large part in the power of the yoni being able to assist in making the aura you (and all of us) emanate, to have the right auric blend of color, mood and mix of callidity and coolness to both sooth and excite in the correct proportions, in order to succeed in inciting lust and attraction, but also to instill faith and confidence in your genuine and non-absusive intentions towards the person being charmed. Hence, this will increase the willingness of the subject and preparedness to take the leap and risk opening the tender hear we all have inside, but which most of us have to hide away protected, for fear of the loss of heart which comes when one has been deceived in love and mutual trust, which is the foundation in a true loving relationship.

The ong kroo masterpiece version of the Yoni Maha Gamnerd amulet has two takrut: one Takrut Uma Plaeng (‘Kali Transforming’) for immensely powerful kama sutra passion arousal and intoxicating your lover with desire, and one Takrut mad Jidt Manus (‘Human Mind Binder Spell’) to enchant your intended target and leave them completely ‘spellbound’. One piece of chin aathan is also inserted for the empowerment of the amulet to reach the ultra rapidly effective and successful magic. This kind of magic is exclusively attributed to the hardcore Khmer necromantic sorcery spells that use the prai hian, hoeng prai, kumarn tong, and maha phuudt types of invocations, to summon psychically highly powered spirits from the limbo realms. The spirits are then conversed with, and offered the sealing of spiritual pacts.

These pacts are made to the spirits to offer a mutually beneficial deal for the prai ghosts to enter the amulets. In this way, they can help humans with their immensely powerful psychic powers by reducing their toils and troubles, debts and poverty, Thus, they can hereby also gain merit to escape the limbo, and eventually be able to move on to the next life, or celestial realm, to continue their spiritual journey towards liberation.

Kata bucha Yoni Maha Gamnerd

Om Yoni Yona Leungka Idti Ileungka Yo Na Yee I Dti Bpi I-I.

Chant 12 times.

โอม โยนี โยนะ ลึงคะ อิติ อิลึงคะ โยนะยี อิติปี อิอิ

สวด 12หน

 

View this amulet in our store here: Yoni Mae Gamnerd Ongk Kroo (Erotic Transformation of Kali) – Vulva Magic Love Charm – Ajarn Akaradech

 

The Takrut Maha Sanaeh Taep Ramjun Tewada Long Hong is made by Luang Phu Kamjun who empowered the takrut for the full Dtraimas period of three months in the year 2555 BE.

Takrut Maha Sanaeh Taep Ramjuan Tewada Long Hong – Luang Phu Kamjun

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The Takrut Maha Sanaeh Taep Ramjun Tewada Long Hong is made by Luang Phu Kamjun who empowered the takrut for the full Dtraimas period of three months in the year 2555 BE. As the name already suggests, the takrut features the magic spell of the ‘dancing deva getting lost in the wrong bedroom’.

Luang Phu Kamjun’s Takrut Maha Sanaeh Taep Ramjun Tewada Long Hong is a master wicha with four different spells inside it: (1) metta; (2) mahaniyom; (3) choke lap; and (4) maha laluay. These four magical spells cause the takrut to function as very powerful attraction charm, as well as a means to get rich quick.

As to its sacred ingredients, the takrut is stuffed full of various kinds of magic powders, such as wan prai dam, which contains tremendously powerful siang choke magic, making the takrut thereby extremely useful for purposes like gambling, or other kinds of games in which a certain level of risk is involved. Next, pong prai takian, which consist of sacred powders taken from the golden Takian tree with the Nang Prai Mae Takian Tong deva inhabiting. The magical aspects of the pong prai takian powder are metta mahaniyom and choke lap, meaning that the takrut will increase one’s chances of winning the lottery. And to add the qualities of maha sanaeh and metta to the takrut, pong prai thani powders from a Thani banana tree inhabited by the prai Thani tree deva spirit, was also included to the sacred ingredients.

Lastly, Luang Phu Kamjun also used pong prai wan dork tong, which are powders of a rare forest plant that blooms once a year with one flower only, and is believed to contain extremely powerful aspects of maha sanaeh. The combination of these pong prai powders was then mixed together with five kinds of wan sanaeh jan herbs, thereby making this takrut a most powerful attraction charm.

Each takrut is hand inscribed with two different yantra spells, namely montr tewada long hong (magic spell of the ‘deva getting lost in the wrong bedroom’) and montr taep ram jun (‘dancing deva‘ enchantment charm). After this, the takrut was wrapped with ‘bai don thani dtaek nuea sao dtaai prai yord aathan’, i.e. a leaf from the Thani banana tree in which a prai ghost resided, which is considered very powerful to increase the maha lap aspects that can be used for gambling and lottery winning. Then, Luang Phu Kamjun wrapped the leaf with ‘chuak sao prommajaari’, the white cords of a virgin maiden, and added five hundred different incantations to this takrut over a draimas period of three months consecutively, during which he performed the ritual empowerment every night.

This takrut has been boiled and soaked in nam man prai chang pasom klong (mating elephant oil), nam man wan dork tong oils of the rare dork tong forest flower, nam man gae lae gamin (Khmer oil that cause one’s sexual drive to increase), and nam man in koo gamnerd loki which is a powerful necromantic prai oil with corpse fluids in it.


Kata

Am ma wa si ta,

Am ma wa sa ta,

Am ma wa su ta,

Sa hom tidt.

For maximum effect, the kata should be chanted fifteen times.

 

View this amulet in our store here: Takrut Maha Sanaeh Taep Ramjuan Tewada Long Hong – Luang Phu Kamjun