Special Edition Takrut Sam Kasat Dtamrap Boran Wat Weluwan

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)

Takrut Narai Plaeng Roop (Transformation of Vishnu – 101st Anniversary edition Luang Phu Tuad lineage amulets, blessed by many great masters. The Takrut is contained within the classic design made famous by the originator of the wicha, Pra Ajarn Nong. The gold plated casing is engraved with patterned exterior, and has sinjana cord attached to the pendant hoop.

Recommended uses; Increase Status, Wealth, Mercy. Protect from Dangers, Evade Dangers, Anti Black magic, Banish Demons, Prosperous Profession, Increase Powerful Influence.

The always eagerly awaited Wicha are always those that are less often issued due to the extreme difficulty and complexity of the Wicha, both the Takrut Narai Plaeng Roop and the Takrut Jakkapat are two of the most sought after Wicha in Takrut amulet making, and also almost certainly the two rarest Wicha to find an Adept Master whose powers are capable, and who possesses the Wicha to successfully empower them.

Takrut Narai Plaeng Roop

Magical Properties; Metta Mahaniyom, Klaew Klaad, Choke Lap, Kong Grapan, Maha Amnaj, Anti Black Magic. Can be used by Male or Female Devotee/Practitioner.

The Takrut Tone Narai Plaeng Roop, is the most famous of all Takrut, and originates from the great master, Ajarn Nong, which was so successful with Devotees, that it has become his trademark. If we talk of Ajarn Nongs amulets, then the Takrut Tone amulet is one type which cannot be overlooked, for his Takrut charms are amongst the most preferred amulets of LP Nong along with LP Tuad amulets. It is therefore the Takrut and the LP Tuad amulets, for which Ajarn Nong, and his lineage is commonly known for.

Takrut Narai Plaeng Roop 101 Pi

Especially in the Vietnam War, the Soldiers who had received Takrut from Ajarn Nong all came home safely without one single exception, and many returned with tales of miraculous escapes from death, attributed to the magic of Ajarn Nongs Takrut amulets.

Luang Phu Tuad 101 anniversary edition

There are so many tales of Devotees encountering Miracles and life saving magic, that the legend of his Takrut follow him like his own shadow.

The Takrut is contained within the classic design made famous by the originator of the wicha, Pra Ajarn Nong. The gold plated casing is engraved with patterned exterior, and has sinjana cord attached to the pendant hoop.

It is said that Ajarn Nong began to make and hand out Takrut Tone amulets around 2496 BE, which he would hand out to his close disciples. The very first Takrut were made from small sheet of Iron, and were small in size.

Some time later, some Looksit brought some gun shells to use for Takrut making. These Takrut were varied sizes depending on what kind of bullet shells were available. This edition gained much fame and legendary status for the many life saving tales from those who possessed one.

Blessing ceremony Buddha Abhiseka was held on 14 November in the year 2556 BE, at Wat Sai Khaw in Pattani (Temple of Ajarn Nong)Blessing ceremony Buddha Abhiseka was held on 14 November in the year 2556 BE, at Wat Sai Khaw in Pattani (Temple of Ajarn Nong)

These Transformation of Vishnu Takrut, are famous also for their Puttakun power to change bad luck back into good luck, and to transform fate. After he began to make bullet shell Takruts, his magic also became known for powerful ‘Maha Ud’ (Gun Stopper) and ‘Klaew Klaad’ (Evasion of Danger).

Many great masters were present to deliver their empowerments in conjunction with each other over the amulets throughout the ceremony.Many great masters were present to deliver their empowerments in conjunction with each other over the amulets throughout the ceremony; Por Tan Khiaw (96 years old, of Wat Huay Ngo), Por Tan  Khun (82 years old of Wat Ban Lan Kwai, Pattani), Por Tan Prohm (97 years old from Wat Palanupap, in Pattani), Por Tan Hwan (95 years old, from Wat Saba Yoi, in Songkhla).

Buddhist master monks present during the blessing ceremonyPra Kroo Kanlayanagij (69 years old from Wat Sukhawadee, in Pattani), Hlwong Por An (96 years old from Wat Plak Preu, in Pattani) and Pra Kroo Wisarn Tampayud’ of Wat Muang Hmang, in Pattani).

Blessing ceremony

Whenever the inventor or bringer of this Wicha, Luang Phu Nong of Wat Sai Khaw would hand out one of these Takrut, he would say ” this is for protection, if someone thinks to harm you, you, they will not be able to find you, and those who try to harm you, will encounter their own demise.

The Wicha Narai Plaeng Roop used for these Takrut, is an Ancient Wicha, which is mentioned in the Dtamra Saiyasart as being a Wicha which has immense power, like that of Pra Narai transforming.

Buddhist guru monks of the Luang Por Tuad lineage, performing blessings of amulets

It contains a multitude of different blessings. The Wicha of making a Takrut with the image of Pra Narai (The god Vishnu), is a Wicha which not many people know how to perform, which makes this type of Takrut extremely rare to find.

To perform the spell properly, it is necessary to Master the ‘Wicha Dtang Akarn 32′ and the ‘Wicha Riak Roop Riak Nam’, as is usual with all spells that use the image of a being, Himapant animal or Deity.

Below; The original Takrut Narai Plaeng Roop, from Pra Ajarn Nong (Wat Sai Khaw)

The original Takrut narai Plang Roop, from Pra Ajarn Nong (Wat Sai Khaw)

But it is much more difficult to force and contain a magical image of Pra Narai using incantation, than it is to contain and subdue a lower Deity or Himapant animal.

This is therefore the reason why there are hardly any Masters at all who can enforce this type of magic spell alone. The usual and more common method for applying this Wicha, is to use a Yant design which represents the basic principles of Pra Narai transforming, or to use a Kata instead. The image of Pra Narai is simply too powerful for most people to be able to control and force into the Takrut.

Ajarn Nong

Origins of the Takrut Narai Plaeng Roop

There is a story recorded in the Biography of Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto) Prohmrangsri (Wat Rakang Kositaram) written by Maha Amamat Praya Tip Gosaa (Ajarn Sorn Lohanant) and Pra Kroo Plad Maha Thaeranuwatra (Maha Pae).

The Biography was published to celebrate 200 years of the Ratanakosin Era. In the story it tells that, as King Rama 4 called upon Somdej Dto to accept a dignified status, Somdej Dto fled to the forest, and hid from the responsibility. He did not wish to have status, rather wished to be a simple monk.

His Majesty sent envoys out around the country to find Somdej Dto, but however hard they searched, he could not be found.

Somdej Dto used a Wicha to change his face so that those who knew him would not recognize him if the saw him, and he was only able to be found, because he presented himself to the Gamnan (Marshal) of Ban Phai, who took him then to Wat Po Chetupon. The wicha Somdej Dto used to change his appearance,is the Wicha Pra Narai Plaeng Roop.

The famous Ajarn Nong, who brought this particular Takrut Wicha to the World, would always tell his Looksit who received the Takrut Pra Narai Plaeng Roop, that they would be able to avoid dangers. The story of Somdej Dtos disappearance demonstrates the power of this Wicha, for it is much harder for a Nationally famous Monk whose portrait everyone knows to hide than a normal person, proving how the Wicha Narai Plaeng Roop can make even a well known face able to avoid being noticed.

Below; Pra Ajarn Nong of Wat Sai Khaw

Pra Ajarn Nong of Wat Sai Khaw

Legend tells that LP Nong received his special form of the Wicha Pra Narai Plaeng Roop one evening, as a tree spirit, who appeared to him, dressed as in ancient times in a red ‘Pha Sabai’ robe. She appeared in front of the pillars of the Kuti hut of Ajarn Nong, and showed him the Wicha for making Takrut Tone, how to make the Agkhara inscriptions and Kata incantations for empowering the Takrut with the Pra Narai Plaeng Roop spell. She then told him her name, which was ‘Mae Nang Jantr’.

He was told by the Mae Nang Jantr that she is a Deva who lives on the peak of Mount Kalakiree, and is related to Luang Por Sitti Chai, the ex Abbot of Wat Sai Khaw. He said that the Mae Nang Jantr Deva wanted to collaborate and join in to make Merit, by helping Ajarn Nong complete the building of his Kuti, and also to enable Ajarn Nong to become Abbot of Wat Sai Khaw. So she showed him how to master the Wicha Takrut When Ajarn Nong awoke from the Nimitta, he felt as if he had been speaking with a real person, and could remember every detail of the dream perfectly.

Ajarn Nong Thus believed everything that had occurred during his Nimitta Vision, including the fact that this Wicha for Takrut is authentic.The versions of Takrut Narai Plaeng Roop which were made with bullet shells, were usually also filled with sacred items.

Bullet Takrut Ajarn Nong

The main sacred item Ajarn Nong would insert into the Takrut, is a kind of wood called ‘Mai Luang Por Thuad’, which the Deva Mae Nang Jantr told Ajarn Nong how to find, and take from Mount Kalakiree.

No one except the inheritors of his lineage Wicha really knows what kind of wood it is, nor what it looks like, because Ajarn Nong would lay out a rule that it is forbidden to break the seal of a bullet Takrut and open it. If such a thing were to happen, the Takrut would be immediately ineffective and never again usable.

Takrut Narai Plaeng Roop 202 Pi Luang Phu Tuad edition 2556 BE

Kata Bucha Takrut Narai Plaeng Roop

Idtibpiso Wi-Sae-Sae-I

I-Sae-Sae Put-Ta-Naa-Mae-I

I-Mae-Naa Putta-Dtang-So-I


Kata Bucha Pra Narai

Funds from this edition go to assist in the reparations, restoration, and further development of Wat Ampawanaram, in Pattani.

Bullet Takrut

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

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


Takrut Look Pern - Bullet Takrut - Por Tan Prohm (Wat Palanupap) + Pra Ajarn Krissana (Wat Bang Khan) - Serm Bramee Twee Choke Lap Edition 2556 BE

The purpose of this edition was to raise funds for the restoration of the installations within the temple of Wat Rasdorn Sata Dhamma (Wat Bang Khan).

“Mae Mai Kaa Look Chandai Mae Pern Go Mai Ka Look Chan-nan”.

This was a Legendary saying attributed to the wicha of Pra Ajarn Nong of Wat Sai Khaw, who is the forefather of all bullet takrut wicha, and the master guru of wicha Takrut Look Pern. He is one of the top three masters for the Luang Por Tuad amulet of Wat Chang Hai. His amulets are in demand only second to Ajarn Tim (Wat Chang Hai) himself.

Why do we speak of this? Simply because this takrut is made by the direct lineage looksit of Pra Ajarn Nong using the directly transmitted wicha according to the correct formula of muan sarn Iingredients of the wicha Look Pern. It possesses the power of kong grapan chadtri, klaew klaad and maha ud, along with maha amnaj baramee for status and commanding power over one’s minions.

Thai Buddhist Amulets The takrut has the Agkhara ‘Putta Dtang’ embossed on it.

The bottom of the takrut has hand spell inscription of maha ud and the letter ‘Foo’ on the side for Luang Por Foo.

Takrut Look Pern Luang Por Foo special blessing - Wat bang Khan and Wat Palanupap

In the olden days when sacred protective amulets were made, the chanuan muan sarn (metals and substances used for the making of amulets) were taken from different forms of weaponry, be it swords, daggers, knives, ‘sastrawut’ (manufactured weapons), or natural ones such as elephant tusks, boars tusks and tiger teeth and claws. Sometimes even the whole weapons themselves were used (such as mitmor and dab Akom).

There is, we believe, no one in the present day who will not deny that the ‘pern’ (gun) and the bullet, is the most deadly of all weapons that humans invented. It is able to kill without any effort, just by pulling the trigger. If the gun lies in the hands of an honest and ethical person, it can be a blessing that protects your belongings, home and family as well as your own life. But when it falls into the hands of an evil person who has the intention to murder and commit atrocities, then the gun becomes something deadly, from which one needs a strong defense.

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The Takrut Look Pern is a wicha to protect against bullets and other weapons that come in the hands of the evil, as well as protecting from accidents and deadly events. The Takrut Look Pern relies on the power of the formula of muan sarn ingredients within the bullet shell. Only bullet shells that have already been fired were used for the takrut, and they had to be bullets which, when fired, produced a very loud sound. This inflects the magic of maha amnaj (commanding power to listen and obey).

The takrut scrolls within the bullet shells were made from nine kinds of sacred artifact metals, which were smelted together, and then cooled and pressed out into a thin plate for cuttting and inscription of Khom Agkhara (Khmer-Thai Pali lettering used specifically for the inscription of sacred yantra and magical spells).

The yantra foils received the inscription of the ‘Maha Ud Gunstopper’ spell from the great Luang Por Foo Adtipatto. Sacred pong Puttakun powder was used from a grand assembly of different collections. These powders have passed through a large number of different important empowerment and Putta Pisek ceremonies throughout the years.

Takrut Look grasun

The civara of Luang Por himself was cut into pieces and inserted along with the powders for klaew klaad evasion of deadly events. The various elemental and kayasiddhi substances were placed inside for pokasap, maha amnaj, choke lap and auspicious prosperous blessings. Then the takrut contents were sealed within the two bullet shells.

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Incantations were performed as the takrut were sealed one by one with the kata Maha Ud to close and seal all gun barrels. The chosen astrological date for the empowerment was that of the Bhumipa Loka Rerk. Next, the kata Nirandtarai against all dangers was performed just as the alignments came into force. The takrut has a curse that repels any enemies who throw evil eye or black magic at you, and cause those who try to harm you to get it back in their faces instead.

It is a classic, powerful and rare bullet takrut for kong grapan chadtri and klaew klaad power that belongs to the Pra Ajarn Nong lineage masters, using the authentic formula of his magic, powders, and civara robe.

Hence, this amulet is considered the ultimate type of ‘krueang rang kong grapan chadtri klaew klaad’ (non-Buddha image based protection talismans).

Thai Buddhist Amulets from Wat bang Khan and Wat Palanupap blessed by LP Foo and PT Prohm, Por Tan Iad

One should use the kata Aaratana Pra Krueang to pray for the protection of the takrut.

Kata Aaraatanaa Pra Krueang

Puttang Aaaraatanaanang Tammang Aaaraatanaanang Sangkang Aaraatanaanang.

Make a wish, then chant:

Puttang Bprasittimae Tammang Bprasittimae Sangkang Bprasittimae.

Takrut comes in original box from the temple The takrut comes in original box from the temple, and has a pendant ring attached in olden days style. Hence, it does not need encasement, for it can be hung on a waist cord or other pendant attachment such as a neck chain. However, one should not wear this amulet below the waist.

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View this amulet in our store here: Takrut Look Pern (Bullet Takrut) – Por Tan Prohm + Pra Ajarn Krissana


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.

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.


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


The takrut Pismorn is for metta, and maha sanaeh charm of the Northern Lanna Buddha magic tradition. The takrut Pitsamorn is one of the Northern regions oldest types of amulet, and has been used for many centuries.

The takrut Pismorn is for metta, and maha sanaeh charm of the Northern Lanna Buddha magic tradition. The takrut Pitsamorn is one of the Northern regions oldest types of amulet, and has been used for many centuries. Luang Phu Phad’s 2552 BE edition is now very rare, and was one of his famous editions which brought many tales of success from the devotees.

The takrut was made during 2552 BE, using ‘Takua Teen Uan’, the traditional leaden plate used for takrut yantra inscription. The yant Metta, yant Maha Sanaeh were inscribed, and then the takrut was rolled up with incantations. It was then wrapped with thick blessed magic cords with a ring attachment for tying to a waist cord, or a pendant chain built in, as was done in olden times, where devotees would use a piece of string to tie the takrut around their waist. The takrut were then coated in a brazen golden coating using gold leaf and laquer. Takrut pismorn is Northern slang for ‘small takrut‘. Luang Phu Phad himself though, prefers to call this amulet ‘Takrut Pismorn Pismay’.

The takrut is maha sanaeh and metta mahaniyom, for seduction, business and mercy. The lead for these takrut was ‘takua teen uan’ which is the lead from the bottom of the fisher net. The majority of Luang Phu Phad’s devotees are fishermen, and they donated this lead to him for the amulets. The lead was still with pieces of fish and fishbones in it, which ancients believed to have powerful maha sanaeh and pokasap magic in it for riches and popularity.

These takrut do have one modernization though; the authenticity code is emblazoned on the surface using a laser beam, which makes forgeries by those dishonest people who can not afford a laser engraver impossible.

The takrut is said to be like a bean seed, that grows money, and is popular for gambling.


Kata Bucha 

Puttang Radt-Dtanang Tammang Radt-Dtanang Sangkang Radt-Dtanang Na Phuug Mo-o Han Put Mad Taa Rad Ya Greung Na Ma A U Aehi Chayya Aehi Sappae Chanaa Pahuu Chanaa Mahaa Jidt-Dtang Bpiyang Ma-Ma Put Ta Sang Mi Na Chaa Li Dti.


Year of Issue: 2552 BE

Maker: Luang Phu Phad

Weight: 30 gr.

Dimensions: 2.5 cm x 2 cm x 1 cm

Recommended Uses: Love charm, seduction, enhance business, mercy

Magical Aspects: Metta mahaniyom, maha sanaeh, maha pokasap


View this amulet in our store here: Takrut Pismorn Lanna – Luang Phu Phad – Wat Rai


The takrut is immersed in metta oil and prai oils, and bound with sorcery using 'daay daeng akom', a red magical thread used to wrap amulets with incantations.

The takrut is immersed in metta oil and prai oils, and bound with sorcery using ‘daay daeng akom’, a red magical thread used to wrap amulets with incantations. This maha sanaeh seduction amulet was released in Lersi Techo’s yearly wai kroo ceremony, and uses the wicha Mae Bper (prai Khmer necromancy). This edition also included mae bper amulets in standard dry form, and also in ongk kroo masterpiece version.

Kata Bucha

Muu Ma Muum Maa Na Chaa Lee Ti.

(Chant one time).

Aehi Aehi Maa Maa Bpuu Bper Mae Yaa Bper Maa Duay Sing Tee Tong Garn.

(Pray for the things you wish for).


Year of Issue: 2555 BE

Maker: Lersi Techo

Weight: 20 gr.

Dimensions: 4.5 cm x 1.5 cm x 1 cm

Recommended Uses: Love charm, enchantment spell

Magical Aspects: Maha sanaeh, metta mahaniyom


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A most auspicious Buddhist yantra and kata are the base formula for this powerful wicha which uses Buddhakhun ('Buddha magic') power.

This takrut is one of the most sought after and successful takrut amulets of the great master Por Kroo Huan. A most auspicious Buddhist yantra and kata are the base formula for this powerful wicha which uses Buddhakhun (‘Buddha magic’) power to lend the true lineage of the enlightened arahants, and the energy flow of the current that flows from nibbana to us in samsara, and bestow blessings which will lead us ever upwards into further ascension.

Por Kroo Huan Takrut Yord Hua Jai Pra Trai Pidok - Guru Heart Mantra of the Tripitaka Free casing included

With the heart mantra of the Tripitaka and its 84,000 verses of Dhamma resounding within the takrut, both the angels approach to protect and admire, and the Maras and demons cower in fear and reverence for the universal and unshakeable truth of the Dhamma contained within the Tripitaka canon.

Takrut Hua Jai Pra Trai Pidok before encasement Takrut Hua Jai Pra Trai Pidok before encasement

The takrut Hua Jai Pra Trai Pidok protects against all evils, Maras, black magic, and enemies. It also assists in evasion of deadly accidents, and dangerous events will be survived safely. The takrut offers protection in all the directions of the compass, and indeed the universe, for this wicha is of the ‘Krob Jakrawal’ variety (‘good for everything’, and works everywhere in all areas and directions).

Takrut Hua Jai Pra Trai Pidok - after encasement Takrut Hua Jai Pra Trai Pidok after encasement

A most auspicious and recommendable amulet that can be used for generations, and will always maintain its sacred powers, for it refuges not in the power of herbs or Powders, but in the power of the complete eighty-four thousand suttas of the Buddha Dhamma, which was, is and always will be, undeniable, and therefore, as indestructible as a diamond.

The slim shape of the takrut with its inoffensive smooth silver surface deceives greatly the fact that it conceals all 84,000 suttas of the Tripitaka heart mantra invoking all the Dhamma teachings of the Lord Buddha, for all the spirit worlds and celestial beings to hear resounding through the takrut.

Kata Takrut Yord Hua Jai Pra Trai Pidok

Su Wi A Wi A Su Wa Su Wi Wa A Hi Sang Put To Na Mo Put Taa Ya Na Ma Pa Ta.

Chant this three times, and then blow on the takrut.

After making morning, evening or any other prayer or offering to the Buddha, it is a perfect and auspicious time to chant and empower the takrut. However, one should always chant Maha Namasakara first before chanting to the takrut.


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The takrut yant na ok dtaek ud pong saneh is made from real silver. It is stuffed with powerful sacred powers that have strong maha sanaeh and choke lap qualities.

Takrut yant na ok dtaek ud pong sanaeh features a powerful Khmer formulae using not Thai Buddhist but Khmer sorcery. This takrut is made by the Khmer laymaster Phu Sariang, who created the takrut yant na ok dtaek ud pong sanaeh for a special occasion only, for it is not a design he would make regularly. But it is made specially for those who like to practice sorcery, and like to apply one of the most powerful types of magic.

As the name already suggests, this takrut features ‘yant na ok dtaek ud pong sanaeh’; a yantra spell which is considered to be one of the most powerful sources of maha sanaeh magic. This means that the magical effects of the takrut yant na ok dtaek ud pong sanaeh function primarily as an effective love charm. In this way, then, people can easily become enchanted by the yantra spell within this takrut, causing them to think of no one else but you since they cannot get you out of their mind.

Hence, the main purpose of using this takrut is aimed at binding the hearts of two lovers so as to seal their relationship. However, inducing a relationship between two lovers is not the only thing this takrut can be used for. Its magical effects are also very good for enhancing one’s social relationships. For instance, one may notice that one’s colleagues really like you, or simply that you gain some form of popularity in one way or another.

The takrut yant na ok dtaek ud pong saneh is made from real silver. It is stuffed with powerful sacred powers that have strong maha sanaeh and choke lap qualities. Among the sacred ingredients stuffed inside this takrut, Phu Sariang also used charm and prai oils for attraction. These include nam man chang pasom khlong (elephant’€™s herb oil), nam man prai tang khlom (necromantic oil), nam man prai luead (a blood red color herb oil), and see pherng (necromantic waxes of nine prai ghosts and metta herbs). Next, Phu Sariang empowered the takruts through chanting kata ‘Akarn 32’ and ‘Hnun Taat 4’, and applying wicha ‘Na Ok Dtaek’.

Phu Sariang’s takrut yant na ok dtaek ud pong sanaeh can be worn around the waist, in a pocket, or anywhere else from the waist upwards. It should be noted, however, that there is no risk of disturbance by the prai ghosts that reside within the takrut, for these spirits where not forced or bound; they came by free will.

If one immerses the takrut in water, and one gives this water to one’s lover to drink, he or she will then fall hopelessly in love with you.


Su Si Su Sang Chi Wi Tang Pa Ri Si Hang A Ga Cha Hi Ma Ma Maa Maa (name of the targeted person) Sawaa Hong Dtit.

The kata should be chanted repeatedly until one feels that the magic powers truly have taken effect.

Year of Issue: 2555 BE

Maker: Phu Sariang

Weight: 30 gr.

Dimensions: 5.4 cm x 0.5 cm

Recommended Uses: Love charm, inducing love relationship

Magical Aspects: Maha sanaeh, choke lap


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