Hi, this is Ajarn Spencer of Thailand Amulets, to inform you all that I am closing the Thailand amulets shop for three days until 17 August. This is because I have to go to Bangkok and some other places to obtain new gifts to send to you all with your orders.
Rest assured, that the store will be open again after the 17th as usual, and that I will have a whole new set of free gifts for you all when I send your amulets, and so you will be able to receive new kinds of gifts would you have not received yet
Although I still have many things in stall to give as gifts I do not wish to repeat the same gifts with my customers, and so feel the need to go and expand The choice of free gifts which I like to add to the Parcels, when I send your amulets.
So, I apologize for the couple of days closure of the stall but I am alone in the moment, and really need to do it to be able to go and find new gifts for you all.
Mitmor Taw Waes Suwan Asura Deva ritual knife in 4.5 inch portable size – made from tamarind wood with silver bindings.
This sacred hand carved sacred wood spirit knife, with an image of the Asura Millionaire King of the northern Quarter of the Jadtu Maha Rachuga Celestial Realm, and one of the four Asura Kings. The image of Taw Waes Suwan (Kubera), is carved into its handle, has been made and empowered by the great Luang Por Prohm of Wat Ban Suan, in Pattalung. In addition, Ajarn Spencer kept them during the Wai Kroo and Ritual Boiling of Amulets in Herbal Metta Oils for a final empowerment.
This is one of small numbers of sacred ritual knives, made from bone, and also sacred wood. The Mitmor have been resting at the Asrom Por Taw Guwen awaiting a further empowerment held on the sixth of March 2557 BE, in Wai Kroo ceremony. You can see video documenting Ajarn Spencer’s ceremony at the bottom of this article.
Taw Waes Suwan Asura Deva is not only a God of Wealthy Businessmen, but also a powerful protection against black magic, and also a protector of Buddhism, and prevents you from cashflow problems. He guards over your previously accumulated wealth and possessions, and increases your social and professional status, and chances of promotion and professional advancement.
Luang Por Prohm has previously empowered the Mitmor, after inscriptions being made by Laymaster Ajarn Plien (Wat Don Sala). This item will be available and placed in stock, as of 6 March 2557.because the knives are made from natural sacred treewood, or bone, the colour of eachof the bone versions is slightly different, and can range from medium brown Siena, right up to pure white. The wooden versions are all similar in color. It’s carvings are slightly different in detail with each knife, and appearance, because it is individually hand carved, by the artisan.
Taw Waes Suwan Asura Deva knife Luang Por Prohm Wat Ban Suan
The colour of the item can therefore not differ slightly from the colour tone of the item in the image. They are however all equally attractive in all numbers of this series, and each item is unique in itself, for its difference in appearance. The quality of the carving and the empowerment that has been performed is identical with each ritual knife.
The knife measures five inches in the sheath. They were made with various carved bone, or wooden sheathes and handles, in different forms, including these Ganesha, Por Gae Lersi, and Taw Waes Suwan Asura Deva.
There are a multitude of ways in which the Mitmor Taw Wes Suwan can be used. For instance, as a ritual instrument it can be used for making holy prayer water. One can then use this consecrated water for treatment of physical ailments (abscess, etc.). When wandering through the forest, one can draw a magical circle on the ground where one will spend the night. The magical powers of Taw Wes Suwan will then offer you protection against attacks from various venomous animals, black magic, and harmful ghosts and spirits.
Sacred Khom (Ancient Thai-Khmer Pali Script), has been inscribed on the surface of the carved sheathes and the handles, as well as having been engraved into the surface of the metallic blades, imbuing them with the power of ancient invocations.
Empowered with the sorcery of the Masters of the Southern Khao Or cave Temple, and the lineage of Pra Ajarn Kong (Wat Ban Suan). Inscribed by the laymaster Ajarn Plien, of Wat Don Sala, and blessed at Wat Ban Suan in Putta Pisek ceremony.
Lord Waes Suwan is an Asura Deva, he is the King of the Northern Jadtu Maha Rachiga Kingdom – Lord of Treasures and Wealth, Protector against Demons, Ghosts and Malefic entities. Taw Waes Suwan should be revered by businessmen and financiers, and anyone who wishes to increase his financial and material wealth.
Also, in times of hardship and poverty, one should revere Taw Waes Suwan, which will enable you to have enough money to pay your bills and the cost of living with without any difficulty. Taw Waes Suwan is Responsible for chasing away and warding off Yaksa, Maras, Ghosts and Demons, and protects from all enemies.
The blade is covered with sacred inscription of Sanskrit spells engraved upon the edges of the ritual knife.
If he guards over you, the Asura and other Monsters will not dare to bother you, for he is indeed their King, Lord and Master and his Kata can bind and control them (The Aadtanatiya Paritta). His crystal club punishes any who dare to risk coming near with thoughts of harm. Taw Waes Suwan is an Accomplished Meritorious Wealthy Lord, whose great successes and efforts resulted in his amazing wealth and power over his minions. This elevated him to a Deva in the Dawadeungsa Heaven.
Kata chants and the story of Taw Wes Suwan (‘Chai Sing Hia’, ‘Guberan’)
Light Nine Sticks of Incense, offer Flowers
The main Kata for chanting to Taw Waes Suwan should be chanted Nine Times. Always chant reverence to the Triple Gem before chanting to any other Deities.
Reverence to the Triple Gem Namo Dtassa Pakawadto Arahadto Samma Samputtassa (3 times)
Itipiso Pakawaa Yommarachano Taw Waesuwanno Ahang Sukadto Namoputtaya Taw Waesuwanno Jadtumahaaraachigaa Yagkhapandtaa Patpuridto Waessapusang Puttang Arahang Putto Taw Waes Suwanno Namoputtaya
Kata Hua Jai Taw Waes Suwan (Root Heart Mantra) Wae Sa Pu Sa (pronounced ‘Way Sa Pu Sa’).
Aatanaatiyaparit – Kata Taw Waes Suwan
Wibpassisa Na Madt-thu Jagkhumandtassa Siree Madto
May i offer reverence and Bucha to Pra Wipassee Putta Jao who has divine eyes
Sikhissabpi Namadt-thu Sappaphudtaanugambpino
May i offer reverence and Bucha to Pra Sikhee Putta Jao who watches over and protects all beings of the three worlds
Waessa Phussa Namadt-thu Nahaadtagassa Dtabpassino
May i offer reverence and Bucha to Pra Waessa Putta jao who has removed all defilement from his heart through his great merits and efforts
Na Madt-thu Gagusandtassa Maarasenabp-bpamattino
May i offer reverence and Bucha to Pra Gagusanta Putta Jao who has beaten and devastaded the Maras and the armies of Mara
Gonaakamanassa Namadt-thu Praahmanassa Wuseemadto
May i offer reverence and Bucha to Pra Gonaakomana Putta Jao, who has risen above all defilement, and who resides in the Brahmacaryas
Gassabpassa Namadt-thu Wibp-bpamudt-dtassa Sappati
May i offer reverence and Bucha to Pra Gassapa Putta Jao who has ascended above suffering and is a skilled Adept in all Dhammas
Ankeerasassa Namadt-thu Sakya Bpudtassa Siree Madto
May i offer reverence and Bucha to Pra Angkeerasa Putta Jao, the Splendrous Son of the Sakya tribe, who relvealed the Dhamma to the world which is the ultimate tool for the removal of all suffering
Yo Imang Tamma Mataesaesi Sappa Tugkhaabanudhanang
The Self Enlightened one uncovered and taught the Dhamma, which is the greatest tool for the removal of suffering
Yae Jaabi Nippudtaa Logae Yathaa Pudtang Wibpassisung
Who are the ones who have anihillated all defilement and see the truth of the world which lies behind all veils of illusion
Dtae Chanaa Abpisunaa Mahandtaa Weedtasaarataa
These Buddhas are without any malice and are great ones who are free from falterings and instabilities
Hidtang Taewamanussanang Yang Namassandti Kodtamang
The Angels and Humans may revere and Bucha these Buddhas who asre endowed with great Metta which they send to release the Devas and Humans in heaven and on the Earth from suffering.
Wichaa Jaranasambpannang Mahandtang Weedtasaaratang
They are full of Wisdom and Knowledge of the World, those Great ones who are free from instabilities
After a long wait for the final volume of the first set of 5 Buddha Magic Ezines, Issue 5 of Buddha Magic is now finally published and on sale (7th November 2011). This issue is a Bumper Issue of 153 pages, and costs a little more than the previous 4 issues. Concluding the Pra Somdej Saga, this issue presents a bumper 73 pages of specific info about the Pra Somdej Wat bang Khun Prohm and Wat Rakang amulets with what we believe to be the most exclusive info available on Pra Somdej amulets in the English language.
NOTE – this is an E-BOOK, NOT Physical goods. The Ebook is a Virtual download in PDF Format for on screen reading. You can however print one copy for your own use and reference. A4 Format prints very clearly.
The stories contained in this Bumper Issue, can be seen in the Contents List at the bottom of this page.
With Issue five, Ajarn Spencer completes the first set of five Volumes. The second set of 5 Volumes will begin in 2012, with no continuing episodes, rather each issue will have complete stories in them. This issue is a Bumper Issue with 153 pages crammed with amazing info on Thai Occult Mysticism, Buddhist Ritual, and Sacred Amulets.
Screen Shots of Buddha Magic Issue 5
Contents of Buddha Magic Issue 5
1. Pra Somdej – King of Thai Amulets – The fifth, and Final episode of the Pra Somdej Saga and the Biographical section about Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto) Prohmrangsri of Wat Rakang – This last episode reveals a host of information on how to examine and recognize the Pra Somdej Wat Bang Khun Prohm Chedi Yai and 2509 Edition amulets, as well as continuing to reveal more essential information on the Pra Somdej Wat Rakang.
2. Piti Puttapisek – Buddha Abhiseka empowerment and blessing ceremoies for Buddha Images and amulets. How is a Putta Pisek Ceremony performed? A detailed investigation into the Ceremonial Methods of the Buddha Abhiseka.
3. Other Important Ceremonies – various other Ceremonial Rites used in Thai Buddhist Life to mark important occasions Auspiciously
4. Dtu Pra Tam – Thai Scripture Cabinets used for containing the Buddhist Scriptures. What are their Origins?
5. How to Worship King Rama 5 – Thai People Revere His Majesty King Rama 5 of the Chakri Dynasty every Tuesday – many Buddhist people of other countries also wish to perform this method of Prayer too. This article explains the basics of how to revere and give offerings according to Thai Buddhist tradition.
6. Suang Sawan Hok Chan – Six Heavenly Realms – A synopsis and description of the Heavenly Pantheon in Thai Buddhist Cosmology and its Denizens.
7. Lek Lai – Introductory article on the Mythical substance known as Lek Lai. Lek Lai is considered one of the most powerful Natural sacred substances available in Thai Occultism. Believed to be the Indestructible Adamantine body of a Ruesi or Deva, Lek Lai has become one of the most sought after, and elusive Sacred Bucha items. Its popularity has caused much deception and forgery to occur, but the Truth about Lek Lasi and its amazing properties remains above the reach of sceptics.
8. Pra Putta Roop Paed Samai – Eight Eras of Buddhist Art and Sculpture. The final entry on Thai Periodic Buddha sculpture completing set of 5 Buddha Magic Ezines. This Issue we will take a look at three important sculptures found in the South of Thailand; Pra Put Thaksin Ming Mongkol (Naratiwat), Pra Pud (Pukhet) and Pra Putta Roop Song Krueang (Pattalung).