Pra Kring Pra Chayawat Jadtutat Phanom Luang Por Koon Purisutto Wat Ban Rai.

Pra Kring – Pra Chaiyawat Jadtutat Phanom, in Nuea Loha Rom Dam (Pra Kring), and Nuea Samrit (Pra Chayawat), twin amulet box-set, blessed by the Great Luang Por Koon, in 2555 BE, on the fifth day of the fifth Lunar month of 2555 BE. This was a special date, as it was a triple sacred 5th Lunar occasion, of highly auspicious astrological alignments.

Released for the temple of Wat Jadtutataram in Khon Kaen, by Luang Por Koon, in his usual fashion of raising funds to help other temples in need. A very rare and Classic Pra Kring – Pra Chaiyawat Thai Buddhist Heirloom Amulet set to keep and pass on down to your family lineage, for long life, wealthy fortunes, good health, anti black magick, and harmony in the household (this only comes when one also makes personal efforts to not argue back at people).

Phra Kring Luang Por Koon 2555 BE

The Pra Kring/Pra Chaiyawat is most definitely an amulet to keep as a Family Heirloom Amulet. This is in fact what Thai Buddhist people do with their Pra Kring, leave them to their descendants, and pass it on as an Heirloom, down through the ages.

Phra Kring Phra Chayawat Luang Por Koon 2555 BE

 

The Pra Kring, is believed to bring 12 kinds of blessings to the devotee who wears it, bestowed through the rattling Kring bead within the Pra Kring Medicine Buddha. The Pra Kring Buddha, or ‘Bhaisajyaguru’ is one of Seven Bhaisajayagurus and is said to have two Bodhisattvas under him ‘Pra Suriya Bprapaa Potisat’ (Suriya Bhrapa Bodhksattva), and the Pra Jantra Bprapaa Potisat (Chandra Bhrapa Bodhisattva). This is the root of the Pra Kring Amulet’s legend till now, which was thought up and created in Thailand. It is only made here in Thailand. Of all the other Buddhist countries who revere it, only Thailand is responsible for its making.

The image is normally in the posture of sitting and holding an almsbowl or a Guava, Gourd or a Vajra. This was a Fully enlightened Buddha, who practised Purity of body and mind, and who was a great teacher of Human Beings, who has the Miracle that he who hears his name in passing, or see his image, will be healed, and live a long healthy and prosperous life with wealthy standing.
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). The beliefs about the Powers of the Pra Kring Wat Bovornives, are that the Pra Kring is the image of Pra Pai Sachaya Kuru (พระไภษัชยคุรุ Bhaisajyaguru, 藥師佛 Yàoshīfó, in Chinese, or in Japanese ‘Yakushi’). Pra Pai Sachaya Kuru (or, ‘Guru) is of course, the Medicine Buddha. The image is normally in the posture of sitting and holding an almsbowl or a Guava, Gourd or a Vajra. This was a Fully enlightened Buddha, who practised Purity of body and mind, and who was a great teacher of Human Beings, who has the Miracle that he who hears his name in passing, or see his image, will be healed, and live a long healthy and prosperous life with wealthy standing.

The Pra Kring Buddha, or ‘Bhaisajyaguru‘ is one of Seven Bhaisajayagurus and is said to have two Bodhisattvas under him ‘Pra Suriya Bprapaa Potisat’ (Suriya Bhrapa Bodhksattva), and the Pra Jantra Bprapaa Potisat (Chandra Bhrapa Bodhisattva). The beliefs about the Powers of the Pra Kring, are that the Pra Kring is the image of Pra Pai Sachaya Kuru (พระไภษัชยคุรุ Bhaisajyaguru, 藥師佛 Yàoshīfó, in Chinese, or in Japanese ‘Yakushi’). Pra Pai Sachaya Kuru (or, ‘Guru) is of course, the Medicine Buddha. The image is normally in the posture of sitting and holding an almsbowl or a Guava, Gourd or a Vajra. This was a Fully enlightened Buddha, who practised Purity of body and mind, and who was a great teacher of Human Beings, who has the Miracle that he who hears his name in passing, or see his image, will be healed, and live a long healthy and prosperous life with wealthy standing. The Pra Kring Buddha, or ‘Bhaisajyaguru’ is one of Seven Bhaisajayagurus and is said to have two Bodhisattvas under him ‘Pra Suriya Bprapaa Potisat’ (Suriya Bhrapa Bodhksattva), and the Pra Jantra Bprapaa Potisat (Chandra Bhrapa Bodhisattva). The Pra Kring in most cases (except in the odd example where Muan Sarn powders prevent the sound, or a Look Namo Copper Slug Seal is used to seal the base), the Pra Kring Bovores most famous amulet, and those of Wat Bovornives especially, for their Royal Sangkaracha Blessing, has a rattling bead inside it. The reason for this rattle sound, made by a sacred bead of Chanuan Muan Sarn or other Relic, is that it is the Name of the medicine Buddha resounding as you pass along your way, Healing and Blessing You with Safety, Health, Prosperity, Metta for Auspicous Friendly Loving Kindness.

Luang Por Koon was famous amongst all Adepts that he was able to empower amulets in a very short time, with quick entry into the necessary meditative states for empowering amulets. The most famous image of Luang Por Koon is of course the image of him squatting smoking a cigar, which was ubiquitous in his early years, bit which he later gave up for health reasons as he became older. He was much loved by Thai Buddhist Folk, for his great acts of Charity and Social Welfare, and his selfless speech and behavior. He spent most of his time in silence, and stillness, conceding to the requests which the Public Beseeched him to help with. The name of Luang Por Koon is perhaps the most famous name around the world, of any monk in living memory.

He is considered by Thai Buddhist People to be an Attained Arahant Monk. His passing has left his Devotees Missing him Dearly, and it is now, more than ever, that his amulets can serve as a remembrance to keep his protective blessings in memory. To revere Luang Por Koon and his amulets, requires and reminds one to keep one’s moral practice, in respect for the great Guru Monk and Kroo Ba Ajarn of Dhamma practice, Luang Por Koon Bparisutto, of Wat Ban Rai. Luang Por Koon is internationally renowned and revered for building at least three hospitals and schools and assisting in funding many other temples, and to the day of his passing, donating to social community aid projects and for the good of the community each day.

He raised massive funds for auspicious projects, amounting to tens of thousands of dollars each month, to help the people of his community. Luang Por Koon was perhaps Thailands Most World famous Monk of all time as far as International Renown goes. His great Humility and down to earth honesty has won the hearts of devotees from around the world, and his Miracle Power goes undoubted with his Devotees. Since his passing away, his amulets have come ever more into focus, and are slowly but surely disappearing from public view, as devotees snap up the amulets of their Kroo Ba Ajarn for posterity and Bucha. Luang Por Koon has passed on from this world now, but his amulets, and their powerful blessings remain for us to connect and pray to Luang Por, and Prosper, Remain Safe, have Long Life, Good Health, Wealth, and Happiness.

Use the Traditional Thai Buddhist Method for Bucha;

1. Chant Maha Namasakara (3 Times)

Namo Dtat-Sa Pakawa-Dto Araha-Dto Sam-Maa Sam-Put-Dtat-Sa, Namo Dtat-Sa Pakawa-Dto Araha-Dto Sam-Maa Sam-Put-Dtat-Sa, Namo Dtat-Sa Pakawa-Dto Araha-Dto Sam-Maa Sam-Put-Dtat-Sa

2. Chant the Trai Soranakom (3 Times)

Puttang Saranang Kajchāmi, Tammang Saranang Kajchāmi, Sangkang Saranang Kajchāmi

3. Chant Kata Aaraatanaa Pra Krueang (3 Times)

Puttang Aaraatanaanang, Tammang Aaraatanaanang, Sangkang Aaraatanaanang

Make Your Wish, Hold it in Your Mind, and Continue with;


Puttang Prasittimae,
Tammang Prasittimae, Sangkang Prasittimae




Meng Si Hu Ha Ta 5 ears 4 eyes Deva

Maeng Si Hu Ha Ta 4 ears 5 eyes Indra God Magic Candle for Ritual Bucha & Spellcasting 6 Inches Kroo Ba Na Chinawangso Final Edition

The Thaep Si Hoo Ha Ta Magic Ritual Candle, is for Invoking the Manifestation of the God Indra, in the form of the 4 eared 5 eyed Maeng Si Hu Ha Ta Charcoal Eating Gold Maker Demi-God. Made shortly before the passing of the great Luang Phu Kroo Ba Na, and is the last edition ever empowered by Luang Phu Na Chinawangso, of Samnak Songk Doi Ihuy, before his passing. Luang Phu Na Chinawangso, was a Looksit of Kroo Ba Srivichai, and is the inheritor of the Master Lineage Sorcery of Kroo Ba Apichai Khaw.

This final edition was released in 2561 BE, and Blessed by Luang Phu Na, under Auspicious Astrological Alignments for that year, after which Kroo Ba Na passed away, which is strange as his edition was deliberately named ‘Na Sethee Run Raek Lae Run Sud Taay’ (first and last edition), as if he knew that this would be his last.

The Thaep Maeng Si Hu Ha Ta, is part of a legend attached to the building of the Temple of Wat Khao Kway Gaew in Chiang Rai – this creature exists in the temple there as a statue. This Mythical creature’s dung (excrement) is pure gold. Si Hu Ha Ta is also the Deity supposed to be the reason that men love their mistress more than their first and main wife (in Thailand many men have a  second wife/mistress).

The four ears and the five eyes are part of the maintenance of the Buddhist principles of Dhamma practice; namely, Bhramavihara (the four ears representing; four practices of compassion – Metta (loving friendliness), Garuna (Compassion and generosity), Mutitaa (Mutual concern for the welfare of others) and Upekha (equanimity).

The five eyes on Meng Si Hu ha Ta mean the five precepts (not killing not stealing not indulging in perverse sexual or adulterous behavior, not lying and not taking alcohol or intoxicating substances such as drugs). Taep Si Hu Ha Ta is rather like a bear in appearance, and small in stature, it eats coals and excretes solid gold.

Kata Na Sethee for Wealthiness

Chant Kata Maha Namasakara 3 Times;

Namō Dtassa Pakawadtō Arahadtō Sammā Samputtassa

Namō Dtassa Pakawadtō Arahadtō Sammā Samputtassa

Namō Dtassa Pakawadtō Arahadtō Sammā Samputtassa

Then Chant (3 Times);

NA MAA MEE MAA NGERN KAM MAA TONG KAM MAA NA CHAA LI DTI NA MA PA TA NA MOE PUT TAA YA

Pra Pid Ta Jaroen Lap

The Pra Pid Ta Jaroen Lap YSS Chae Nam Mont Prayer Water Soaked Thai Buddhist amulets were blessed by Royal Commission with his Holiness Somdej Prayan Sangworn (Sangkaracha) presiding over the Buddha Abhiseka Ceremony to perform empowerment and blessings, and chant the Dhamma Chakra to open the eyes of the Buddha, as is ubiquitous in Amulet and Statue blessing ceremonies (Buddha Abhiseka).

The rear face of the Pra Pid Ta amulet has the Sacred Yant Ongk Pra (also known as Yant Nam Tao gourd Yantra, due to the likeness in shape of the Buddha symbol, to a water-gourd), the YSS Royal emblem, and signature of Pra Sangkaracha. Being medium in size, the amulet would fit both men and women, equally well. The Pra Pid Ta should protect you, assist in maintaining focus at work, play and in meditation, and evade dangers, attract wealth, and liberate you from debts.

various models were made, in Pim Lek (smaller) and Pim Yai (larger) versions, in various versions of Muan Sarn Sacred Powders, including Nuea Pong Puttakun, Nuea Bailan, Nuea Wan Dork Tong, & Nuea Wan Chae Nam Mont. The edition was released as is ubiquitous with Royally approved editions of Pra Sangkarach, along with a range of Pra Somdej Buddha Image votive tablets. The Pid Ta is from one of Thai History’s most Holy Monks, who was the official head of the Sangha and Royally appointed Abbot of Wat Bovornives Temple. The amulet is a respectable and highly sacred amulet, to pass on down in the family through generations. This is what has come to be known as ‘Heirloom Amulets’, for their Sacred and Historical Value, and their Immortality of Repute as a high class pure Buddhit Amulet from one of the purest monks we have seen in the modern era, with a host of other famous Gaeji Ajarn Guru Monks to perform the Buddha Abhisekha (Putta Pisek) ‘awakening of the Buddha’ Blessing Ceremony.


In Thailand, such Nationally Respected Amulets are considered family heirlooms. The beauty of the Pra Pid Ta amulet, the Sacred Blessings of its now deceased maker, and the respectable age and visual characteristics, make this a sacred amulet that is highly desirable for Buddhists who seek improved meditation, wealth, rid of debt, lessening of suffering. The Pra Pid Ta represents a monk entering the meditative state of Nirodha, which means the cessation, or extinguishing of all sufferings.


Nirodha Sacca (Pali, also nirodha saccã; Sanskrit: nirodha satya) — is the third of the four noble truths within Buddhist tradition. Nirodha means “cessation” or “extinction”, and sacca means “truth” or “reality”. Thus, nirodha sacca is typically translated as the “truth of cessation” or “truth of the cessation of suffering.” It refers specifically to the cessation of dukkha (suffering) and its causes; the experience of this cessation is referred to as nirvana. Nirodha can have the following meanings: cessation, extinction, the cessation of Dukkha, release,
“control or restraint”.


Nirodha sacca refers to “the cessation of all the unsatisfactory experiences and their causes in such a way that they can no longer occur again. It’s the removal, the final absence, the cessation of those things, their non-arising.”[1] According to the Buddhist point of view, once we have developed a genuine understanding of the causes of suffering, such as craving (tanha) and ignorance (avijja), then we can completely eradicate these causes and thus be free from suffering

This is symbolized by the fact the Buddha/Meditating Monk, is closing his eyes and/or other orifices with his hands, to block out any external disturbances, and focus within, on emptiness.


Pure Buddhanussati, with the Sacred Buddhist Blessings of one of the Purest Monks of the last Century, made from powerful yantra powders with the Yant Ongk Pra and the signature of Somdej Prayan Sangworn emblazoned on the rear face, as his personal Sacred Blessing.


Somdej Prayan Sangworn, or endearingly known as ‘Pra Sangkarach’, was the Head Monk of the Royal Palace and Administrating Monk at Wat Boworn also. He was the highest Official Status that a Monk can attain in Thailand. He passed away at the ripe age of 100 years and 21 days Years old in 2556 BE. His legacy and amulets remain for the faithful to keep as heirlooms and Buddhanussati. All editions of amulets of the Sangkaracha are now becoming ever rarer since his passing away, and this particular edition is yet another essential rarity and collectible amulet with auspicious Buddha-Magic, for both the sacred Blessings from the Sangkaracha, as well as for its great Historical Value as the 50th anniversary memorial edition of the Indojin Ceremony, which is one of the three greatest and largest master ceremonies of Thai Buddhist History.


You can use the Kata Pra Pid Ta or/and Kata Ārātanā Pra Krueang incantations, to call upon the power of the amulet, and beseech blessings. Kata Pra Pid Ta, or, ‘Pra Pakawambodee’ is one of the most powerful Kata to Chant for increasing Riches as well as protection, reducing sufferings and illnesses and incrementing Happiness and Luck.

The Pid Ta amulet is one of the most popular of Thai amulets, and has been made by so very many temples and masters from all Provinces, that it is now classed as an important member of the Benjapakee family of classic top five types of Thai amulets.


Kata Pra Pid Ta

Namo Puttassa Kawambadtissa Namo Tammassa Kawambadtissa Namo Sangkassa Kawambadtissa Sukha Sukha Warang Na Mo Puttaaya Ma A U Tugkhang Anijjang Anatta Jewa



Pra Kata Pakawambadee

Kata Pra Pakawambodee is one of the most powerful Kata to Chant to Pra Pid Ta for increasing Riches as well as Protection, reducing Sufferings and Illnesses and incrementing Happiness and Luck.


Tamma Jaggang Bpatang Sudt Dtawaa Puch Chidt Dtawaa Adt Dtang Bpatang Sandtigae Arahaa Laapo Logaanang Hidtagaranaa Pandtae Pawam Bpadtinaama Dtisulokae Subpaagadto Prahma Budt Dto Mahaa Thaero Araho Chaedtago Muni Bpidt Dti Thaero Samo Inta Kantappaa Asuraa Taewaa Saggo Prahmaa Pi Bpuchidto Na Mo Put Tas Sa Kawam Bpadtissa Na Mo Tammassa Kawam Bpadtissa Na Mo Sangkassa Kawam Bpadtissa Sukhaa Sukha Warang Tammang Tammajagga Bpawarang Warang.


Pra Pid Ta amulets, as well as Pra Pid Ta in form of Pha Yant, and Bucha statues, have been produced as objects of reverence and protection since very ancient times in Thailand. The artisans of that time created various styles and interpretations using the various periodic influences of Buddhist art and sculpture available at the time.
Various Deity forms were used to make the Pid Ta posture (‘Pid Ta’ means ‘covering the eyes’)


Various Buddhas or Bodhisattvas or Deities are fashioned into the posture of Pra Pid Ta, or Pid Tawarn (meaning ‘closing the orifices). Pid Tawarn can close 7, or 9 orifices (seven being called ‘Pra Pid Sadtatawarn’ and nine being called ‘Pra Pid Navatawarn’). The Pra Pid Ta is considered to be an amulet with ‘Maha Ud’ and ‘Kong Grapan’ power (invincibility and gunstopping power), but is also made as a wealth bringer. In this which case, the amulet will be called ‘Pra Pid Ta Maha Lap’.

In order to inflect a greater resonance for wealth attraction and auspicious blessings, in addition to the Maha Ud and Kong Grapan magic, ancient artisans sometimes would use the image of the Sangkajjaiyana Buddha of riches and happiness, and carve it in the Pid Ta posture.

Below; Somdej Prayan Sangworn (Sangkaracha – R.I.P.) with His Majesty King Bhumiphol Adulyadej

Somdej Prayan Sangworn (Sangkaracha) and His Majesty King Bhumiphol Adulyadej

Somdej Prayan Sangworn, or endearingly known as ‘Pra Sangkarach’, was the Head Monk of the Royal Palace and Administrating Monk at Wat Boworn also. He was the highest Official Status that a Monk can attain in Thailand. His amulets are of the Eternal variety, that never reduce in popularity and always increase on value and rarity. All Thai Buddhist Devotees are extremely devoted and hold the Sangkaracha in the Highest esteem who has been known for his great purity of practice, and who has been seen to recieve the respect and reverence of His Majesty the King of Thailand, making him most certainly the most nationally revered monk of the last half century in Thai Buddhist History.

His Holiness the Sangkaracha passed away now, leaving his deeds and is amulets for us to remember and to pray to for his Blessings. His legacy and amulets remain for the faithful to keep as heirlooms and Buddhanussati. All editions of the Sangkaracha are now becoming ever rarer since his passing away, and are highly preferred, for the sacred Blessings from the Sangkaracha Monk.

Kata Ārātanā Pra Krueang

PUTTANG ĀRĀTANĀNANG TAMMANG ĀRĀTANĀNANG SANGKANG ĀRĀTANĀNANG – MAKE A WISH/PRAYER AND CONTINUE WITH; PUTTANG BPRASITTIMĒ TAMMANG BPRASITTIMĒ SANGKANG BPRASITTIMĒ

His Holiness passed away at the ripe age of 100 years and 21 days Years old in 2557 BE. His amulets and especially those in his image, are now becoming ever more in demand, since his passing. His Trajectory of Purity and Auspicious Actions throughout his life, have led to his image and is amulets becoming very Sacred and Revered in Thailand.

ban neng khmer

Presenting an extremely rare chance to admire a historically and extremely sorcerous piece of ancient Khmer Necromancy, in the form of this Banneng Human Skull-Bone carving of a Khmer Hoeng Prai Ghost, exhumed from the grave many many years ago in ancient times, by a Khmer Necromancer, and invoked with the spirit of the Hoeng Prai Ghost who once inhabited the mortal remains during its lifetime. A Hoeng Prai Ghost is often described in English, as ‘Death whilst screaming”, meaning screaming during an accident or being murdered, drowning or falling from heights. In truth, a Hoeng Prai Ghost is the spirit of a person who suffered a premature death, suddenly without any kind of pre-warning.

Banneng ghost bone carvings are considered, along with Nam Man Prai Tang Glom Oil, is considered to be the highest and most powerful and adept form of Necromantic Sorcery in existence, and Khmer Necromancy is considered to be the number one form of Dark Arts in South East Asia, for its many thousand year old tradition and ancient formulas, which have been preserved through even the time of the Kampuchean Civil War.

To make a Banneng, one must first find a person who died under the proper circumstances to be a Hoeng Prai, and then have permission from the family of the dead spirit, or perform according to the will and testament of the dead person, and then perform the ritual to gain permission from the protector spirit of the cemetery where the Hoeng Prai is interred, before then using Wicha to find and intuit, which of the three protective magical seal stones on the grave to remove before attempting to exhume the body of the Hoeng Prai.


There are three stones hidden on the grave area, which are inscribed, with Khom Kata Akom, and placed there by the gravedigger himself ,who also uses sorcery to seal the graves of angry spirits or powerful Hoeng Prai Ghosts to stay within the grave, and not wander around the neighborhood.
Banneng became internationally popular after many South East Asians from Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and other countries began to hear of the powerful magic of the Banneng, and rumors of its power to attract immense wealth.

They are wildly sought after, and there are many Ban Neng derivative type amulets providing for the massive demand, such as skeletal pieces, which then are known as ‘Chin Aathan‘, instead of ‘Ban Neng’ But it is the skull bone itself, which is the rarest and most highly prized, and of course the largest of all Necromantic Bone Carvings. Usually only found in the museums of wealthy collectors and serious devotees of Necromancy / Barang (Malaysian Term).

Rian Choo Chok Joong Nang Nuea Dtakua Jarn Mer Sacred Leaden Alchemical Alloy Amulet featuring Jujaka the Fortuitous Beggar, leading a Maiden by the hand, with hand inscribed Sacred Yant and Khom Agkhara spells inscriptions engraved into the rear face. Released by the fifth Master of the Magical Linage Wicha of Wat Klang Bang Gaew, Luang Por Kong (Sanya). The coin comes with Original Temple Box and the gift of a small ball of Look Pong Ya Wasana Jinda Maneem sacred powders of Luang Phu Bun, of Luang Por Kong, Wat Klang Bang Gaew.

This is yet another important edition in the Dtamra Legend and Historical Magical Linage, of Wat Klang Bang Gaew Classic Thai Buddhist Amulets, which are enjoying the Immortal success of four Generations of Abbots (with Non-Abbot Master Monk Ajarn Bai making a total of five Masters), who have continued and Maintained the various Wicha for which Wat Klang Bang Gaew is noted for, namely the Wicha Bia Gae, the Jao Sua, The Ya Wasana Jinda Manee Sacred Powder and Wicha Jinda Manee Montr

Empowered with the Invocations of Maha Lap of Choo Chok (Jujaka), and the Blessings of a host of Sacred Yant around the imagery of the front face of the amulet, bring a multitude of Magical Aspects, which, being made from Alchemical leaden Sacred Alloy is especially susceptive to absorbing the powers imbued by the master. The rear face is hand inscribed with the Yant Putsoorn and sacred Khom Agkhara.

LP Kong (Sanya)

The amulet is further empowered with the Traditional Wicha Maha Jinda Manee Montr, made famous by the great Luang Phu Bun, of Wat Klang Bang Gaew, which is undoubtedly the most famous of all Temples for the Wicha Jinda Manee Montr and is also famous for the Yant Maha Pokasap for increased Wealth and treasured Possessions. This particular series of amuilets possesses the ubiquitous powers of Protection (Klaew Klaad) to Evade Dangers, ‘Gae Jon’ (prevent Poverty and cashflow still-stands), ‘Maha Mongkol’ (Great Blessings of good Fortunes, Health and Wealth), and Maha Lap Maha Pokasap Wealthy and Lucky Blessings.


Kala Ta Diaw Lanna Amulets Kroo Ba Dtu Ing

Presenting a Special series of limited edition Jumbo Size Masterpiece Hand Made amulets in Kala Ta Diaw 1 eyed coconut shell, from Lanna Monk Kroo Ba Dtu Ing, of Wat Intrataep in Chiang Mai. The amulets of this extreme limited hand made series, were made from a small number of one eyed coconuts, which are extremely rare (1 in 100,000 or less), in the form of various Lanna Popular Deities, including Pra Rahu, and Paya Khao Kham (Lanna style Khun Phaen/Paetch Payatorn).

The Naturally Imbued Power Within One Eyed Coconut Shell

Kala Ta Diaw (one eyed coconut shell), is a highly sacred and powerful substance in Thai Sorcery, with power of Maha Pokasap Wealth and Treasure Attraction. Gae Aathan Anti Black Magick, and Kong Grapan Maha Ud Protective Power. Just the substance itself is said to possess extreme magical power, even without blessing or empowerment by any sorceror or monk.

Paya Khao Kam

Paya Khao Kam Nuea Kala Ta Diaw Gae Kroo Ba Dtu Ing

Paya Khao Kam Nuea Kala Ta Diaw Gae Kroo Ba Dtu Ing

Paya Khao Kam Golden Horned Maha Sanaeh Seduction Demon amulet, released by Kroo Ba Dtu Ing imbued with the powerful Wicha Paya Tae Krua Maha Sanaeh. This Paya Khao Kam Pim Jumbo size Ongk Kroo amulet is hand carved from Nuea Kala Ta Diaw, 1 eyed coconut shell, considered a very powerful substance for Maha Ud, Ud Sap, Maha Pokasap, and Maha Lap.Pure Wicha Thai Lanna Northern Sorcery. Filled with a mass of powerful magical substances in the rear face.

Paya Khao Kam, often called the ‘Lanna Khun Phaen’. or Lanna ‘Golden Horns’ Deva, in hand carved hand painted one eyed coconut shell, filled with Muan Sarn Maha Sanaeh Powders, 2 In Koo statuettes, 3 pieces of Chin Aathan Bone Pieces 14 Ploi Sek Maha Pokasap enchanted wealth attracting gemstones (2 in front face, 12 in rear face), and a small Glass Phial of Nam Man Prai Tang Glom Necromantic Serum inserted in the rear face from Kroo Ba Swatu Jao Ing (Pra Ajarn Rit Chai), otherwise lovingly known by the Lanna style Monk’s Nickname of ‘Dtu Ing’, of Wat Intra Taep in Chiang Mai (Wat In Taep).

The front face features a Northern Lanna Style carved image of Paya Khao Kham Golden Horned Seductive Demon Deity, an ancient Animist Deity of the Thai Lanna Sorcery Tradition surrounded by his ubiquitous entourage of beautiful Maidens. As Lord and Master, Paya Khao Kam is full of Maha Amnaj (commanding power and influence) over his entourage.

Closeup Image of Paya Khao Kam Kroo Ba Dtu Ing

Closeup Image of Paya Khao Kam Kroo Ba Dtu Ing

This large Ongk Kroo Paya Khao Kam amulet is an extreme limited series Ongk Kroo Masterpiece Version amulet, hand carved and embellished with exquisitely detailed colored front face, with 2 red Ploi Sek Gemstone inserts. The amulets were released in a small limited edition of traditional Lanna Amulets, which adhere to the Ancient Wicha Lanna Methods of Creation and Empowerment, including an extensive invocation of the Wicha Paya Tae Krua..

The rear face has two In Koo Devas of Love statuettes, three pieces of Necromantic Chin Aathan bone pieces of a Hoeng Prai Ghost, 2 Takrut Spells and 12 Ploi Sek Maha Pokasap Gemstones inserted into Black Maha Sanaeh Sacred Powder Muan Sarn, which is highly resinous through the mixture of herbal saps and prai oils.

Closeup Image of Rear Face of Paya Khao Kam Kroo Ba Dtu Ing

Closeup Image of Rear Face of Paya Khao Kam Kroo Ba Dtu Ing

The Wicha In Koo can also be invoked using Kata, to increase Maha Sanaeh within the amulet.

Pra Kata for Bucha and Synopsis of the In Koo Lanna Amulet.

The Paya Khao Kam is the Pra Khun Phaen Paetch Payatorn of the Lanna tradition). Paya Khao Kam is traditionally pictured in Lanna Mythology as a Man dressed in full rich regalia with a crown bearing two golden horns of plenty. He is embracing a harem of Attractive Ladies.

 

The rear face of the one eyed coconut shell is filled with powerful Muan Sarn Sacred Powder admixture with 2 Takrut Spells and 12 Enchanted Wealth Attracting Gemstone spells, with twin In Koo Devas of Love statuettes, 3 pieces of Necromantic Chin Aathan Bone pieces from a Hoeng Prai Deva who was Lucky in Gambling and became Rich, and a small glass phial with green Nam Man Prai Tang Glom Necromantic Serum Inserted into the sacred Muan Sarn clay.

The Paya Khao Kam, is a powerful Seduction and Mercy Charm, known for its power to possess many lovers and keep them all happy and fulfilled, to attract admirers, customers and friends. It is highly reputed for its Maha Lap and Maha Pokasap powers. This is of course a reminiscently similar imagery and indeed, similar magical effect as the Khun Phaen Jet/See Nang Lorm Wicha, which also features a Virile Successful Wealthy man (Khun Phaen) of Great Status and Power, encircled by Lovely Maidens.

 

Kroo Ba Dtu Ing empowered the amulets with the Wicha Paya Khao Kam, and Wicha Khun Phaen Paetch Payatorn. The Wicha invokes immense Maha Sanaeh, Jerajaa, Kaa Khaay, Metta Mahaniyom, Maha Lap, Siang Choke, and Maha Pokasap power, for seductive attraction, Mercy Charm, Convincing Speech, Selling Power, Lucky Fortunes in Life and with Gambling, Lottery or Speculative Market Investments, and Status with Treasure Accumulation

 

The Paya Khao Kam, is a powerful Seduction and Mercy Charm, known for its power to possess many lovers and keep them all happy and fulfilled, to attract admirers, customers and friends. It is highly reputed for its Maha Lap and Maha Pokasap powers. This is of course a reminiscently similar imagery and indeed, similar magical effect as the Khun Phaen Jet/See Nang Lorm Wicha, which also features a Virile Successful Wealthy man (Khun Phaen) of Great Status and Power, encircled by Lovely Maidens. Thai Lanna Sorcery is a subject you can read about in Ajarn Spencer Littlewood‘s Epublication ‘The Book of Thai Lanna Sorcery

 

Kata Paya Khao Kam(Paya Tae Krua)

 Pra Rahu Kala Ta Diaw

This large Ongk Kroo Pra Rahu amulet is an extreme limited series Ongk Kroo Masterpiece Version amulet, hand carved and embellished with exquisitely detailed colored front face, 4 Takrut Spells and 8 Ploi Sek Maha Pokasap Gemstones inserted into Black Maha Lap Sacred Powder Muan Sarn in the rear face

Pra Rahu Kala Ta Diaw Ongk Kroo Carved 1 Eye Coconut Shell Asura Eclipse God 4 Takrut 8 Ploi Sek Gems Kroo Ba Dtu Ing

Pra Rahu Kala Ta Diaw Ongk Kroo Carved 1 Eye Coconut Shell Asura Eclipse God 4 Takrut 8 Ploi Sek Gems Kroo Ba Dtu Ing


The front face features a Northern Lanna Style carved image of Pra Rahu Asura Deva, swallowing the moon/sun (Eclipse God). The rear face of the one eyed coconut shell is filled with powerful Muan Sarn Sacred Powder admixture with 4 Takrut Spells and eight Enchanted Wealth Attracting Gemstone spells inserted into the sacred Muan Sarn clay. 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).
Black Food Offerings to Pra Rahu

Black Food Offerings to Pra Rahu

Kroo Ba Dtu Ing (Pra Ajarn Rit Chai), is an up and coming Lanna Master who is in his early era of his magickal trajectory, and is continuing the Lanna Wicha Magickal Sorcery traditions and Formulas of his Kroo Ba Ajarn of the Lineage of Wat Intra Taep, and his other Lineage Masters.

Shiva Eye Amulet Ajarn Plien

The Sacred Duang Ta Pra Isworn Shiva Eye for Maha Lap amulet with See Pheung Nam Man Prai insert in rear face, is one a a number of different Lucky Bringer amulets made from powerful Muan Sarn Sacred Powders by the Great Lay Master Ajarn Plien of the Dtamnak Dtak Sila Khao Or Southern Academy of Sorcery. Released in the ‘Run Maha Pokasap Khao Or’ edition on 27th September 2560 BE, with two Blessing ceremonies, the first being held on 27th September 2560 BE at Wat Khao Or with a host of the Khao Or Gaeji Ajarn Master Monks present to perform empowerment of the Muan Sarn and the amulets.

This model features the Sacred Duang Ta Pra Isworn Shiva Eye of Vedic Cosmology, which is the third eye in the forehead of the God Shiva, and is a ‘Fire Eye’ which, when opened, decimates all in its path with a blasting ray of cosmic energy. It is said that then he is angry, Shiva opens this eye and punishes the demons and wrongdoers, but it is also said that Shiva’s left and right eyes, are his actions in the world, and his third eye is his inner eye, which represents his boundless wisdom and spiritual power. With his third eye, Lord Shiva is able to see beyond the hidden world, and destroy all evil

 

Shiva Eye Amulet Wicha Maha Lap Ajarn Plien

Shiva Eye Amulet Wicha Maha Lap Ajarn Plien

The amulet is made from a powerful admixture of Sacred Muan Sarn Powders, with gold painted front face, and, and has a piece of See Pheung Nam Man Prai of the Great Ajarn Pratueang inserted into the rear face. Stainless Steel Casing is included with the amulet in the price.

Rear face Shiva Eye Amulet Wicha Maha Lap Ajarn Plien

Rear face Shiva Eye Amulet Wicha Maha Lap

Ajarn Plien is a Laymaster of the Khao Or southern Sorcery Lineage, who heads the Wat Don Sala temple laymasters of the Dtamnak Dtak Sila Khao Or Lineage, as the oldest living laymaster of the Luang Por Kong and Pra Ajarn Nam Lineage, which is the direct magical transmission lineage for Luang Phu Tuad of Wat Chang Hai, and for the Lineage of Ajarn Kong and Ajarn Tong Tao of Wat Khao Or.

Ajarn Plien

Ajarn Plien

The Maha Pokasap Khao Or edition series is empowered primarily for Maha Lap Maha Sanaeh Maha Pokasap. Seven different models were released, but with differing design features. All models however perform the same function of wealth increase and change bad luck to good luck, and attract good luck, promotion, and better Karma.

The seven different models were; 1. Daw Maha Lap Oval shaped star in the style of the famous daw Aathan of Luang Por Pina 2. Daw Plik Duang Karma Changer with Spiral Kranok Waves 3. Daw Unalome Sacred Khom letter U Yantra in Spiral Starshape 4. Daw Dork Mai Flower shaped star 5. Duang Ta Pra Isworn Shiva Eye 6. Om Pim Yai large letter Om 7. Om Pim Lek small letter Om.

The Muan Sarn Sacred Powders are extremely powerful for the inclusion of a large number of broken up powdered amulets from Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree of the Dtamnak Dtak Sila Khao Or Southern Academy of Sorcery from the years 2484 BE to 2525 BE, mixed with a host of other powerful powders such as Pong Puttakun Nimit 2484 BE Powders of Ajarn Chu, Wan 108, Wan Dork Mai Mongkol 108, Relics from the four Deva Shrines in Bangkok, Holy Prayer Water from 108 Temples, Takrai (crubled residue) of 9 ancient Chedi Stupas, Sacred Din Bpoeng from nine Magical peat marshes..

 

 

 

Kayasiddhi Elemental Earth Magick Substances, Sacred Powders from the 2497 Indojin Amulet Edition of Wat Sutat, Pong Khaw Hniaw Dam black sticky rice powders empowered in the Khao Or Cave by Ajarn Plien during the black sticky rice eating ceremony, Pong Yant Suriyan Jantra powders from 2530 BE,Nam Man Pla Duyong (Dugong Tears), Muan Sarn Sacred Powders from Pra Ajarn Sri Ngern of Wat Don Sala, See Pheung Nam Man Prai of Ajarn Pratueang (inserted into the rear face of the amulet).

 

The amulets can be considered highly concentrated with magick, for their extremely powerful sacred powders within the admixture which have known to be used with many famous miracle amulets of the past, and are pure Khao Or tradition Magical amulets, empowered by the Master Monks of the Khao Or tradition at Wat Khao Or and a Secondary Empowerment in solo by Ajarn Plien at his Samnak .he amulets should bring professional success, lucky fortunes and wealth, promotion and mercy charm, with power of attraction, as well as Luck in Lottery.

 

Apart from Hindu People and Thai Buddhist People Praying to Lord Shiva, the Thai Ruesi Sages Revere Lord Shiva, as the Root Guru and Highest of all Ruesi Sages. Lord Shiva is the Ruesi of all Ruesi, and is the reason for which the Ruesi like to wear a Tiger Skin in his honor.

 

To Bucha Pra Isworn (Shiva) you must always Chant the Kata for making Bucha to Pra Pikanes (Ganesha) beforehand.

Kata Pra Pikanes

Om Sri Kanesaya Namaha (x3)

Thai Kata for Chanting Daily to Pra Pikanes

Om Pikanesuan Sitti Bprasittimae Mahaa Laapo Tudtiyambpi Om Pikanesuan Sitti Bprasittimae Mahaa Laapo Dtadtiyambi Om Pikanesuan Sitti Bprasittimae Mahaa Laapo

Shiva

 

Then Prayers to Shiva can be made

Offerings;

Drinks, Milk (can be plain or sweet Milk, but no additives or colorings)

Flower Offerings:- You can use Chrysanthemums, Lotus, Roses or any other kind of beautiful colorful flowers.

 

Perfumed substances such as Jasmine, Herbal Extracts and aromatics plants and incense powders.

 

Fruits with a fine aroma and taste (no bitter. sour or bland tasting fruits). Fruits should be offered unpeeled or segmented, but offered whole with the skins on them, such as a whole bunch of Bananas, or bunch of Lychee.

fruits offerings

 

Coconut, however should be cut open on the top, or poured into a Glass or other drinking vessel. Sweets and Puddings can (and should) also be given. It is forbidden to offer spicy or fermented foods or meats.

 

Cereals, Grains and Vegetables such as sesame seeds, barley, puffed rice, Taro root, papyrus leaf,cassava or potato, string beans or beans, rice, lotus seeds, peppercorns and aromatic spices such as cinnamon, nutmeg or holy basil can be given.

 

Before Chanting the Kata for Pra Isworn (Shiva), you must chant the Kata Bucha Pra Pikanes;

Om Sri Kanesa Ya Na Ma Haa (3 times)

then Chant The Heart Mantra;

Kata Hua Jai (Heart Mantra)

The heart mantra is; ‘Na Ma Si Vaa Ya’

This is a five syllable Kata which you should chant in the following way;

Om Na Ma Sivaa Ya

Om Na Ma Sivaa Ya

Om Na Ma Sivaa Ya Na Ma Haa

 

Then the Kata to invite and invoke Shiva (Anchern Pra Isworn)

Shiva’s 3rd Eye Kata

Idt-Thii Idt-Dti Widt-Dti Adt-Thi Nis Sa Naedtra Nis Sa Naedtra

You can use one, or all of the above Kata Sansern for Bucha, depending on how much time you have.

 

Kata Anchern Pra Isworn

Om Israamae Siwataewanja Pawandtumae – Tudtiyambpi Israamae Siwataewanja Pawandtumae – Dtadtiyambpi Israamae Siwataewanja Pawandtumae

Kata Sansern Pra Isworn

Om Gam Bpura Kaoram Garunaa Wadtaaram Samsaarasaaram Reuchakaentarahaaram

Satawa Sandtam Hareutayaara Winatae Pawampawaani Saahidtam Namaami

Om Na Ma Sivaaya Jambpae Nakao Raa Na Sira Gaayaaya

Gadt Dta Buurana Gaa Wa Na Sii Ja Gaa Yor

Namas Sii Waayayaaya Ja Na Mas Si Waaya Yor

Gadtu Grii Kigaa gang Kamadti Wadt Dtidtaayaaya

Mami Guntalaayor Na ma Sivayaaya Ja Namas Siwaaya

Arakam Sambpunyam Siwirusa

Dtaraiyyagae Gaamae Ja Mahae Yadtae

Om Na Ma Sivaaya

Nakaentarahaaraaya Dtarilojanaaya

Pasamaangka Raakaaya Mahae Sawaraaya

Nidtyaaya Sutataaya Tikamparaaya

Dtasmai Nagaaraaya Na Ma Sivaaya

Translation; “Pra Siva – he who has a Naga for a necklace, who has 3 eyes and who wears ashes on the surface of his skin – he is the Highest of all Lords of Heaven. Who lives in Purity Eternally – who wears the tiger skin as a robe”.

Through His third eye, Lord Shiva is able to see beyond the apparent and destroy all evil

You can also use Kata Ārātanā Pra Krueang to beseech wishes from the amulet

Kata Ārātanā Pra Krueang

 

Pra Pid Ta Maha Lap LP Bunmee

Presenting a classic, affordable price range, but powerful and high class amulet, the Pra Pid Ta Maha Lap Riak Ngern Tong, wealth attracting sacred powder Buddha with covered eyes amulet (Nirodha Buddha), made from an extremely rich and potent Muan Sarn Sacred Herbal and Puttakun Powder mix, with a large quantity of Sacred Minerals. The rear face features the Sacred Yant Duang, with two silver Takrut inserted into the rear face. The Pra Pid Ta is Good for Metta, Serm Duang, Maha Lap, Klaew Klaad, Kong Grapan, and Maha Pokasap. The amulet comes encased with Waterproof Casing included.

Pidta Luang Phu Bun Mee 2 Takrut Nuea Wan 108

Pidta Luang Phu Bun Mee 2 Takrut Nuea Wan 108

 

A Classic Puttakun Amulet for Auspicious Buddhist practice, Faith Inspiration and a Sacred Protector and bringer of Blessings. Performing Buddhist prayer Chanting, Alms Giving, Sending of Metta, and Sharing of Merits is the way to Bucha this kind of Buddhakun Amulet.

The Pra Pid Ta is considered to be an amulet with ‘Maha Ud’ and ‘Kong Grapan’ power (invincibility and gun stopping power), but is also made as a wealth bringer, in which case, the amulet will be called ‘Pra Pid ta Maha Lap’. In order to inflect a greater resonance for wealth attraction and auspicious blessings, in addition to the Maha Ud and Kong Grapan magic, ancient artisans sometimes would use the image of the Sangkajjaiyana Buddha of riches and happiness, and carve it in the Pid Ta posture.The Pid Ta amulet is one of the most popular of Thai amulets, and has been made by so very many temples and masters from all Provinces, that it is now classed as ans having its own ‘Benjapakee’ family of classic top five types of Thai Pidta amulets.

Rear Face Pidta Luang Phu Bun Mee 2 Takrut Nuea Wan 108

Rear Face Pidta Luang Phu Bun Mee 2 Takrut Nuea Wan 108

 

 

Empowered by Luang Phu Bun Mee in Putta Pisek/Taewa Pisek for this 2555 BE Edition, which included Ruesi Narod as metal Loi Ongk amulets and Bucha statues, Sacred Powder Pra Pid Ta, and Pra Nakprok (with Vishnu Garuda on Rahu rear faces), and some ‘Roop Muean’ Monk coins in various metals.

Above; Luang Phu Bun Mee, Wat Ban Glum Yaso


Pra Pid Ta Luang Phu Bun Mee 2 Silver Takrut Nuea Wan 108

Pra Pid Ta Luang Phu Bun Mee 2 Silver Takrut Nuea Wan 108

Always chant the Maha Namasakara first (Namo Tassa) before any other Kata for amulets are chanted;

How to Chant Namo Tassa and the triple refuge

Special Kata for Thai Amulets

Bot Phae Metta – Dedication of Merit and Prayer for Metta

 

Pra Pid Ta is also known as Pra Kawambadee

Kata Pra Kawambadee

(This Kata is for increasing ones wealth and belongings and good fortune);

Namo Puttassa Kawambadtissa Namo Tammassa Kawambadtissa Namo Sangkassa Kawambadtissa Sukha Sukha Warang Na Mo Puttaaya Ma A U Tugkhang Anijjang Anatta Jewa

Kata Pra Pakawambodee (Pra Pidta)

Tamma Jaggang Bpatang Sudt Dtawaa Puch Chidt Dtawaa Adt Dtang Bpatang Sandtigae Arahaa Laapo Logaanang Hidtagaranaa Pandtae Pawam Bpadtinaama Dtisulokae Subpaagadto Prahma Budt Dto Mahaa Thaero Araho Chaedtago Muni Bpidt Dti Thaero Samo Inta Kantappaa Asuraa Taewaa Saggo Prahmaa Pi Bpuchidto Na Mo Put Tas Sa Kawam Bpadtissa Na Mo Tammassa Kawam Bpadtissa Na Mo Sangkassa Kawam Bpadtissa Sukhaa Sukha Warang Tammang Tammajagga Bpawarang Warang

Luang Phu Kambu Ayu Wattana Edition Amulets Wat Gut Chompoo

Pra Somdej Song Krut Hlang Roop Muean Ayu Wattana 90 Edition released in 2555 BE Blessed by Luang Phu Kambu. The amulet features a Buddha riding Garuda with Luang Phu on rear face. A Classic and Highly Sought After amulet from the great deceased master monk Luang Phu Kambu Kudtajidto, of Wat Gut Chompoo.

The front face of the amulet bears the classic image of the Pra Somdej Buddha on a three tiered dais, with Paya Krut (Garuda) emblazoned on the dais/Throne of the Buddha, painted gold. A piece of sacred Pratat relic is inserted as Muan Sarn into the chest of the Buddha-Rupa image. The topknot of the Buddha is plump but flared and tapers out before touching the top of the arch. The dais is a ‘Thaan Hmorn’ (cushion shape) throne.

 

A piece of Sacred Pratat Muan Sarn is inserted within the Sacred Clay of the chest of the Buddha. Luang Phu Kambu was an Arya Sangha whose magic power goes unquestioned, as well as his correct and diligent practice of the Vinaya making his purity an essential aspect of the miracle power of his amulets.

The rear face of the amulet bears the image of Luang Phu Kambu seated in meditative poise and Series Code Stamp embossed to the right of Luang Phu. The name of the edition is embossed on the top with the words ‘Ayu Wattana’.

 

Below the image of Luang Phu, are the words ‘Luang Phu Kambu Kudtajidto, Wat Gut Chompoo Ubon Rachathani’. A brass Takrut is inserted into the clay of the rear face below the image of Luang Phu Kambu, with his Incantations of protection, mercy and prosperity,

Those who know and revere Luang Phu Kambu, will also have this as another reason, for wearing, believing in, and praying to this amulet. Luang Phu Kambu, has now passed away, and his amulets have entered the extreme collector classification.

We advise collectors and speculators as well as devotees ofLuang Phu, to keep your LP Kambu amulets safely guarded, for they can now only increase in value and become one day sure rarities of high esteem and immense value, and price.

They are now more than ever, beyond doubt as classic amulets, from a great Monk of Purity, and the future of his amulets is assured to be auspicious, long, and higly regarded in the collector scene.

Kata Ārātanā Pra Krueang

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

Puttang Ārātanānang Tammang Ārātanānang Sangkang Ārātanānang

Make a Wish/Prayer, and continue with;

Puttang Bprasittimē Tammang Bprasittimē Sangkang Bprasittimē

Taep Noi Roi Lan Edition Amulets by Kroo Ba Or

Taep Noi Roi Lan Edition Amulets 2559 BE Kroo Ba Or

Kroo Ba Or’s famous final edition released in 2559 BE just before his passing, is now in store at Thailand Amulets. The various amulets of the edition can be seen in the below gallery of images

The Edition was spearheaded by the Kumarn Tong Taep Noi Roi Lan 3 Inch wide 5 Inch High Bucha statues, which were released in Ongk Kroo painted colours on Samrit Bronze, with Pong Ya Faed Prai Powders, Kumarn Tong Loi Ongk Statuette, Nam Man Prai, Sariga Bird and Takrut Spell inserted into the base, Only 100 statues were released in Ongk Kroo with painted colours.

There were also some some Ongk Kroo Pim B in Burnished Bronze (Loha Samrit Lueang), with 3 Takrut (Sam Kasat), Pong Ya Faed, and Look Om Muan Sarn Sacred Powder ball. Only 699 statues were made in Loha Samrit Lueang, with 3 Takrut, Pong Ya Faed Powder Flask, and Look Om Pong Prai Kumarn Powder Ball.

Pra Ngang Jao Sanaeh

Only 499 Pra Ngang Ongk Kroo Amulets in this 100th Birthday final edition ever made by Kroo Ba Or Bandita, who passed away in his 101st year of Life.

A further 699 Pra Ngang were made in Loha Aathan with only partial gold coating, and one Takrut + one Ploi Sek Gem insert into the Prai Powders in the base

Hun Payont

Two different models Hun Payont Golem Soldiers were released, in large and small sizes. The larger Hun Payont versions were encased in waterproof casing for ease of wear, and measured 5 Centimetres high. Only 499 Hun Payont were made in large size, with varying colours. The smaller versions were encased within a cylindrical Takrut tube for portability. Only 699 Hun Payont in small size were made, with colours varying.

Mae Bper Nam Choke

Ongk Kroo in Nam Man Prai Oil

Standard Version in Muan Sarn Sacred Powders with Bronze painted surface




Ma Saep Nang LP Bpan

The Achanaree is basically the Ma Saep Nang Wicha in the gariang Kor Ma tradition of Luang Por Bpan’s Lineage of Masters, and is known to be as powerful as his Wicha Paetch Payatorn (Khun Phaen Tewada Hlong Hong). With three Takrut Na Hlong Hlai enchantment spells, and two Takrut Ma Saep Nang (Horse and Lady Symbiotic Yab-Yum Deity) Inserted.

Made using a subtle mixture of Maha Sanaeh powders gathered and empowered by Luang Phu Bpan. The powders are empowered to attract great business and for Kama Sutra magic. Also good for Tantra practitioners to intensify the practice.

Ma Saep Nang LP Bpan

The front face features the Ma Saep Nang Deity , Takrut Hua Jai Na Hlong Hlai, with some Na Hlong Hlai spells and the Kata ‘Aehi Bpiyang Jijeruni’

the rear face has a further set of Incantations inscibed, and two Ma Saep nang Takrut spells inserted

Kata for chanting to amulets which use Wicha Gariang Kor Ma, by Luang Phu Bpan

Kata Ma Saep Nang

Gu Gu Dto Muni Aehi Samma Maa Maa Sammaa Ma Ma Jidtang Sinaehang Pakinee Aehi Samma Maa Maa Sammaa Maa Ma

(LP Saneh, Wat Chiang Khang, Chiang Mai)

 

Thai Amulet

Luang Phu Bpan Gadtabanno of Wat Na Dee is considered ever more the most powerful creator of Maha Sanaeh charm amulets for good business and romance. His amulets are of the finest sacred ingredients and designed by some of Thailands most proficient Fine Artists and Artisans.

Biography of Luang Phu Bpan – Wat Na Dee

Rare and Exclusive Lockets from Ajarn Perm Prai Dam in Store

Thailand Amulets’ store has some of the rarest and most exclusive lockets made and blessed by the famous laymaster Ajarn Perm Prai Dam. The various lockets have a very strong prai magic nature due to the extremely rich and potent prai ingredients used for the making of the sacred muan sarn mixture. Magic herbs, flowers, and sacred powders are also included in Ajarn Perm’s lockets. Some of the lockets are immersed in powerful prai oil, and have takrut foils along with various animist charms (in koo, gecko charms, palad khik, etc.) inserted to the rear face of the locket. Furthermore, Ajarn Perm performed hand inscriptions on several kinds of lockets he made.

Rare and Exclusive Lockets from Ajarn Perm Prai Dam in Store

These rare and sacred items have received extensive empowerments by Ajarn Perm. He thus consecrated the lockets with metta mahaniyom, maha sanaeh, and khaa khaay powers, which make them powerful amulets for attraction, romantic seduction, and success in business. Moreover, Ajarn Perm’s lockets can help to increase lucky fortunes through gambling and lottery wins. This is because most of his lockets are empowered by invoking a certain prai deva which serves to fulfill the desires of its worshipper.

Ajarn Perm Prai Dam

Among the lockets of Ajarn Perm Prai Dam are: Mae Nang Prai Tip Suwan (Pasanee maiden in prai oil with gecko charm, hand inscription, 2 takrut, and Dork Tong powders); Paya Leungk Tong Mia Mak (with Paya Khao Kam immersed in red cockerel prai oil); Kamataep locket (Deva of Love immersed in prai oil + In Koo and two silver takrut Maha Sanaeh); Prai Nam (Water Sylph Queen in Dork Tong and Gai Daeng prai oil + two takrut and sacred powders); Khun Chang Um Nang Pasanee (Khun Phaen’s competition seducing a nang prai sylph maiden with Wan Dork Tong prai oil, a lingam and four takrut); and many more…

To view the various kinds of amulets and lockets made by Ajarn Perm Prai Dam, click here.

Alternatively, you can view all lockets in our store here.

 

Paya Wan Jakkajan Taep Rae Rai: Sacred Cordyceps Cicada with Inscriptions by Ajarn Pleng + Blessings by Luang Por Prohm & the Khao Or Masters

The Paya Wan Jakkajan, otherwise known as the ‘Taep Rae Rai’ (Deva of the Farm Fields), is a sacred cordyceps cicada, which is transformed into a symbiosis of an insect and a plant.

It is ancient belief in Thailand, that the one who possesses the Taep Rae Rai Paya Wan Jakajan, will be able to attract wealth and possessions with incredible ease, have great luck increase, and attracts promotion in the professional and social status. A perfect cashflow is constantly available.

Fame and fortune come easily, friends flock to the owner of the Paya Wan Jakkajan. The Wan Jakajan is even known by science to have healing properties, which is also part of its magical effect on the person who carries it, to help maintain health.

sacred cicada

Bosses don’t complain, or punish so much; those who were unfriendly become firendly and helpful, and those who already greeted shyly, become very friendly and kind companions.

Paya Wan Jakkajan Taep Rae Rai

The amulet is inscribed and empowered firstly by the great still living lay master of Khao Or Sorcery; Ajarn Pleng, at Wat Ban Suan.

cicada talisman in the hand

The amulets were then empowered again in the uposadha shrine room and the Khao Or Cave, with Luang Por Prohm and other guru masters of the Southern Academy of Sorcery to perform blessings and empowerment.

Ajarn Pleng

Kata Taep Rae Rai Wan Jakajan (chant 3 times)

Chaanang Dtigkhadti Chaanang Dtigkhadti

Dtikkatammang Adtagang

Mala Chaadtrii Potiyaa Sadtang Tammang

Mano Tammang Suwabpo Dtago Ayang Raachaa

Wanna Wannaa Mahab-Palaa

Saarigaanang Ragkhandtu Mahosadt-tho

Suwabpodtago Bpiyang Ma Ma

Niam Mi-A-Khao Maa

Charadtang Omma Guu Ja Saadtaa I-See

Gor Laeg Yor Yerm

Na Mo Dtassa Pia Wia Aehi Ma Ma

Puttang Ragkhajidtang Aehi Ragkhajidtang

Tammang Ragkhajidtang Aehi Ragkhajidtang

Sangkang Ragkhajidtang Aehi Ragkhajidtang

LP Prohm empowers amulets with the Khao Or Masters

View this amulet in our store here: Paya Wan Jakkajan Taep Rae Rai: Sacred Cordyceps Cicada with Inscriptions by Ajarn Pleng + Blessings by Luang Por Prohm & the Khao Or Masters

Luang Por Supoj bucha image

This bucha statue features Luang Por Supoj sitting on a two headed tiger. The base of the statue is filled with various sacred items to increase the magic power. An amulet with the face of a tiger is inserted, which lends maha amnaj power, so that people are afraid to take you on as their enemy, and thus they won’t attack you. Then, there are two takrut Pokasap in the base for choke lap to attract riches and treasures.

Base of Luang Por Supoj's bucha statue

The base contains also a small bottle of sacred herbs (‘pong wan chiang mak rian pokasap’) along with a Thai Baht coin with the King’s face on it. The bottle of sacred herbs has some hairs of Luang Por Supoj, and a tiny pice of his civara robe in it as well. These sacred ingredients are, of course, meant for auspicious luck, and to prosper with a very good foundation of wealth.

Bucha statue of Luang Por Supoj

Below the image of Luang Por Supoj, a number code is stamped on the base, along with a series number between the two tigers.

Two headed tiger bucha statue of Luang Por Supoj

Luang Por Supoj is a very compassionate monk, whose powerful aura of metta is almost instantly noticible when you meet him. Moreover, his memory is excellent, and his mental control is extremely well organized. This also reflects in his strict adherence to the vinaya. Hence, Luang Por Supoj is considered to be an ‘Ariya Sangha’, which in his case means that he is a correctly practising bhikkhu, who is worthy of reverence.

Luang Por Supoj bucha statue

The bucha statue is made for the looksit of Luang Por Supoj, who himself is a looksit of Luang Phu Sim, a direct looksit of the famous Pra Ajarn Mun Bhuridatto. Luang Por Supoj stayed with Sim to learn how to practice Ajarn Mun’s authentic style of Kammathana Vipassana practice. They went on tudong in the forest for many years. Later, Luang Por Supoj continued travelling on tudong on his own, to practice as hard as he could, in order to remove the kilesas. During his many years of tudong travels, Luang Por Supoj met many other great kroo ba ajarns with whom he studied Dhamma Vipassana, and, of course, Buddha magic.

Bucha statue of Luang Por Supoj sitting on a two headed tiger
 

View this statue in our store here: Bucha Statue of Luang Por Supoj Sitting on a Two Headed Tiger

 

Sacrred Metal Ball by Luang Por Sawad

The Look Sakot Parort Dee Buk Paya Taw Pan Wang is a sacred metal ball from lead and mercury, mixed with sacred yantra foils. Luang Por Sawad, also known as ‘Por Phu Ruesi’, made this rare amulet from an incredibly large piece of sacred mercury he found. It was so big and it had so many holes (‘eyes’) in it, that the ‘parort’ was even believed to have ‘a thousand eyes’, which is seen as an excellent feature for maha pokasap magic. This will help to catch treasures and keeps the accumulated wealth safe in its cavities.

Look Sakot Parort

Indeed, this is quite similar to the magical aspects of a spider’s web and a fishing net, which both bring in treasured possessions and prevent them from being lost again. Hence, Luang Por Sawad mixed the sacred mercury with a piece of lead that was used for a very large fishing net. In this way, then, just like the fishing net catches big fish, so too the Look Sakot Parort Dee Buk is used to bring in wealthy possessions and riches.

Look Sakot Parort Dee Buk

Thai people like to use four Look Sakot, to place one in each corner of their land, or of their house. Traditionally, they are buried under the ground, with a 9 Thai Baht coin in each of the holes along with the Look Sakot Parort. This will help to protect the four cardinal directions of that particular place, which will then be safe from harmful entities and negative influences. Besides protection of the household, people also use the Look Sakot very often in the place of business, like shops and other places where merchents sell, such as market places and personal stores. This, of course, is done to increase sales, and to attract more customers. The magical powers of the Look Sakot Parort Dee Buk Paya Taw Pan Wang influence them to buy, by means of making your speech more convincing to potential customers.

Look Sakot made from sacred lead and mercury

The Look Sakot can be used by both men and women for protection, for it is said to keep away all influences by ghosts, spirits and demons. Therefore, it is a powerful anti black magic amulet. And its maha pokasap features can be used to increase succesful commerce, whereas its metta mahaniyomaspects serve as an effective mercy charm, i.e. convincing speech.

Look Sakot Parort Dee Buk Ball by Luang Por Sawad

Kata bucha Look Sakot Parort Dee Buk Paya Taw Pan Wang

Saatu Sivali Ja Maha Thero Na Chaliti Pha Sitti Laabha Pha Sanna Citta Satta Honti Biyang Mama Sabbe Canna Pahu Canna Sabbe Tissa Sama Kathaa Gala Bocana Vipala Bocana Akacchaya Akacchahi Biyang Mama U A Ga Sa Putto Na Mo Namo Puttaya.

Look Sakot by Luang Por Sawad

 

View this amulet in our store here: Look Sakot Parort Dee Buk Paya Taw Pan Wang (Sacred Lead and Mercury Ball) – Luang Por Sawad

Some previews on the next pieces of sacred elemental Lek Lai – latest acquisitions of the Kaya Siddhi Adamantine substance, to be added to Thailand Amulets in the next days.

 

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Hier kann man genießen und sehen einige die nächste Stücke des Adamantine  Substanze (Lek Lai), die gehen in die nächsten Tage in der laden zu befinden werden. Lek Lai, ist ein sehr heiliger Adamantine Substanz, Wie sich in heiliger Höhlen gefunden ist. Es ist nur Anruf Bar von Zauberer und Yogis/Lersi und Buddhistischer Mönche25560619-150755.jpg

 

Special Maha Sanaeh locket made and blessed by Ajarn Perm Prai Dam. Can be used for attracting lovers, for gambling (lottery), and business.

In Chang Pasom Khloeng Hlang Paya Luengk Tong Paetch Payatorn (‘Golden Phallic God’) is a special maha sanaeh locket from Ajarn Perm Prai Dam. It can be used for attracting lovers, for gambling (lottery), and business. The In Chang is a symbiotic kama sutra Yab Yum-like double deva, with the image of an elephant consummating kama sutra sex magic with a human lady, surrounded by Khmer Sanskrit Agkhara and dark arts kata akom.

The locket iself is immersed in a powerful mixture of red cockerel oil and Nam Man Chang Pasom Khloeng (‘Mating Elephant Prai Oil’). In addition, the oil has had herbal Chang Pasom Khloeng oil potions to imbue it to the fullest potential of its maha sanaeh attraction power. The In Chang Pasom Khloeng is a Lanna wicha and a Tai Yai/Karen hill tribe sorcery, as is the In Ma Saep Nang (‘Horse-Lady’). The Paetch Payatorn relates to the Shiva lingam and the male phallic proactive maha sanaeh power of libido.

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The In Koo (also known in South East Asia as ‘Yin Tong’) is a symbiotic deity in the form of a man and a woman embracing each other. It is a magical animist effigy which ancient people believed represents the first ever pair of man and woman (male and female) in the history of the world, and is a symbol of love between a man and woman. It is believed that the holder of an In Koo talisman is endowed with maha sanaeh power over the other sex, and that they will feel attracted to the wearer of the In Koo, and wish to approach and get to know you. If they approach, then they will be helpless against the attraction power of the Palad In Koo. This is due to the love charm magic of maha sanaeh (charm and attraction).

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If the In is kept in the house as a domain dweller, then all the family and people in the household will love each other and be happy together. If it is worn as a love charm or carried on ones person, then it will cause everyone the wearer meets to feel friendly and compassionate towards them, and even make others fall in love with the wearer if bucha is made to the In Koo, and this request is asked for in exchange for bucha. Business will flourish, money and gifts will flow in, good fortune will come, and life will be without disturbances. 

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Kata Bucha In Koo (‘Yin Tong’)

Kata for all Thai Buddhist amulets

paetch payatorn and chang pasom khloeng locket in prai oil ACV Perm Prai Dam

The Paetch Payatorn Paya Leung Tong which is inserted into the rear face, is a powerful seduction charm, and commerce induction agent, with very powerul abilities to influence lottery numbers known for its power to possess many lovers and keep them all happy, and fulfilled as well as for its maha lap and maha pokasap powers.

This is, of course, a reminiscently similar imagery, and indeed, similar magical effect as the In Ma Saep Nang (‘lady entwined with a stallion’) wicha, which also features a virile horse consummating with a beautiful lady. It is an amulet of great influence with speech and power over others through attraction and charm, encircled by lovely maidens, and win the games of the nocturnal seduction artist and gambler.

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Be it seduction of lovers, or customers and prey, the In Chang Pasom Khloeng locket calls upon the highly seductive power of the lingam (Paetch Payatorn) Phallic God of Luck and Sexual Attraction to boost it from within, with pure kama sutra energy, empowering with further use to increase in strength as it slowly absorbs the prai oils it is immersed in. 

The prai oils used for the immersion were boiled and empowered in a cauldron with magical inscriptions, and an empowered holy wooden paddle to stir the oils and herbs. The rear face of the locket has herbal magic using Wan Saw Hlong, Wan Saen Nang Lorm, Wan Paya Gai Daeng, and a host of other ingredients many of them kept secret by Ajarn Perm.

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Mantras for In Koo, In Ma, In Chang

All lockets of maha sanaeh type by A.C. Perm have an extra special kata given for you to use to empower and to call upon it for your needs.

Use this version to call ladies:

Om Jidtang Idthiiyang Aehi Jid-Dta Gaama Raakang  Raaka Ma-Ma Maa Maa.

Use this version to call other men:

Om Jidtang Buriso-o Aehi Jid-Dta Gaama Raakang  Raaka Ma-Ma Maa Maa.

Perform the Maha Namasakara (‘Namo tassa’) three times before any other chanting to amulets.

We recommend using the kata Aaratanaa Pra Krueang as a prelude to asking for wishes to be fufilled from any Buddhist amulets.

 

View this amulet in our store here: In Chang Pasom Khloeng & Paetch Payatorn Paya Leungk Tong (‘Golden Phallic God’) Immersed in Mating Elephant Prai Oil – Ajarn Perm Prai Dam

 

Mae Nang Dork Mai Flower Fairy Deva Locket, with double Takrut Hua Jai Maha Saneh, and a phial of concentrated ultra rare 'Nam Man Chamot'(civet oil) Sanaeh, and amulet embedded in rear face.

The Mae Nang Dork Mai, or ;Flower Fairy Deva’ locket has a double takrut Hua Jai Maha Saneh, a phial of concentrated ultra rare ‘nam man chamot sanaeh’ (civet oil), and an amulet embedded in the rear face.

Mae Nang Dork Mai Flower Fairy Deva Locket

The Mae Nang Prai Deva is a nature spirit flower fairy image representing the Nang Prai Fairy Enchantres, who is inclined to enjoy the pleasures of seduction, particularly those of flirting, teasing and charming. The powers of attraction can be used both in the personal and professional areas in life. Hence, corporate spying is a cinch with this amulet.

2 takrut maha sanaeh and a phal of civet oil are inserted ino the rear face

The Nang Dork Mai Prai Deva is a powerful attraction magic spirit who dwells within the fertility aspect of all flowering vegetation. Its spirit is the magical force of attraction, which causes all fertility instincts – from the pollen to the bee – to be attracted. The hummingbird, butterfly, and even humans will be enchanted by the magic of a flower in bloom.

Her powers are invoked within the sacred Prai Maha Sanaeh Laluay powders, which are formed into an enchantment locket. The magic power of this amulet is further enhanced with a bottle of prai oil from the rare glandular secretions of a civet cat, which is inserted into the sacred prai powder base.

Nang Dork Mai Deva Locket in the hanf=d for size comparison

This amulet is recommended for all sexes, regardless if that person is either hetero or gay. The locket can be used for improvement of one’s love affair(s). Yet the seductive character of the Flower Fairy Deva also works very well for success in business and commerce. Moreover, as a powerful attraction charm, wearing this amulet can lead to gaining access to higher levels of social and professional status.

 

Kata for all Ajarn Perm Prai Dam’s maha sanaeh lockets

The special kata for this locket as given by A.C. Perm for correct activation of this amulet is available within the files tab of your account page here after successful purchase of the amulet. It is an MP3 file with correct pronunciation for chanting demonstrated by Ajarn Spencer Littlewood, with fast and slow versions. The kata is also written as a PDF-text file download to assist in pronouncing as you listen; simply go to your acount, log in and visit the downloads tab to get this kata tutorial.

Nang Prai, Phii Thai – Thai ghosts and devas

Kata and bucha method for Hun Payont, Mae Nang Prai, and Mae Takian deities

List of kata chants – Metta maha niyom/maha sanaeh

 

View this amulet in our store here: Mae Nang Prai Nang Dork Mai Locket (‘Flower Fairy Deva’) – Ongk Kroo Model – Ajarn Perm

 

Look Krok Prai Perm Sap – 5 x 2.5. x 2 inch necromantic bucha statue – ‘Bucha Kroo Traimas’ Edition 2555 BE – Pra Ajarn Somchart Bparimudto.

Look krok prai perm sap is made for increasing wealth and treasured possessions, gambling and flourishing commerce. These sacred powder amulets and bucha images took the world of kumarn tong collectors and devotees by storm in 2012, and were received with great popularity.

The look krok is made from a very highly concentrated muan sarn composed of prai oils, bone powders and funeral ashes, sorcerous earths and magical herbal ingredients.

108 cemeteries have provided 108 sources of sorcerous powders with nine kumarn from nine provinces who were nine years old. Earths from the traditional necromantic wicha were of course also included such as seven earths from seven ports, seven salt licks, and earth from the sump of the funeral pyre with the fats of the corpse.

The most powerful herbal prai ingredients were ground up and added including wan kumarn tong, wan sanaeh jantr, and the rare and powerful gambler’s favorite magical herb wan udom choke.

Use for beseeching luck in lottery, commerce and sales, metta from superiors, success, love and attraction to watch over and protect the household, gambling and most other wishes.

Like all prai spirit deities, to worship a look krok will bring great luck and fortune to its owner, increasing wealth, and causing income and treasures to flow in from all around. Gambling is much more of a cinch with the help of the look krok, and travelling is blessed with the safety given by the look krok’s kong grapan and klaew klaad power.

The look krok will warn both of forthcoming dangers and of coming luck. When luck is about to have a burst or a lucky streak, you will notice people showing much more attention than even usually, and a lot of friendly approaches in a short time. This is the time to lay your bet. The way of worship is similar to that for kumarn tong, hun payont, mae hong prai, mae takian and most other prai spirit deities as far as offerings are concerned, but the kata is personalized, as is usually the case with each different type of prai deity.

Blessing of the look krok

The invocation of the prai deva spirits and empowerment of this 2555 BE Wai Kroo edition was performed with Pra Ajarn Somchart presiding and performing the opening and entrance to the cemetery for the ritual incantations to be performed. He conversed with the guardian deities of the cemetery, and asked for permission from the Sarn Dtaa Yaay shrine of the local ghosts.

Next, the ‘Piti Buang Suang Plii Phaa Hor Rang Prai’ was performed. This is a ritual for the removal of wrapping and binding of corpses. The prai spirits inside prai necromantic kumarn, look krok and other effigies, are often bound using corpse cloth or cords, colored daay akom threads, colored pha sam see/jet see bucha ribbons, or other simliar sorcerous binding materials, depending on the wicha.

The look krok amulets, bucha images and pha yant cloths were then made and empowered using the montr wicha yant dhamma dhatu ruu maha gamnerd. This empowerment was performed for one whole traimas (‘trimester’, a three months period during the rainy retreats where the monks stay in their temples and spend the nights practicing and empowering their amulets).

A final empowerment was given to the whole edition, before they were released to leave the temple for distribution. The look krok recieved a final individual blessing with hand inscription from Pra Ajarn Somchart.

Pra Ajarn Somchart’s look krok bucha statues and prai look krok powder amulets of this edition are now approaching the status of legendary, and received massive interest from foreign shores such as Malaysia, Taiwan and Singapore.

The head of the look krok has some prai oil and wax with a piece of bone inserted.

Kata Bucha Look Krok Prai Perm Sap

Ji Je Ru Ni Jidt Dtang Gae Bpa Si Bpang Ruu Bpang Ni Midt Dtang Aa Kaj Chaa Ya Aa Kaj Chaa Hi Ma Ma Maa Maa Ma Haa Luuk Grorg Praay perm Sap.

Chant seven or nine times and make your wish.

How to worship the Kuman Tong

Kata Kuman Tong

For a higher increased understanding of how to worship the kumarn and prai type amulets and bucha images, we recommend that you read all of the information contained in the below links. Correct understanding of how to bucha is the real reason for success with your amulet, and incorrect or lazy bucha, is also a reason why some people feel that their amulet is not working.

It is important to bucha properly and correct performance of the bucha method will bring success with almost all amulets. For this reason we recommend that you read all of the below info pages (see links below), in order to inform yourself of the various methods of bucha and increase your adepthood when performing ritual offerings.

Kata Look Krok and how to bucha (worship) Look Krok

How to pray to Mae Nang Prai, Kumarn Tong Look Krok Hoeng PraiHun Payont & Mae Takian amulets (how to bring into the house)

Nang PraiPhii Prai Thai Ghosts and Spirit Devas

Kata for Metta Mahaniyom and Maha Sanaeh Amulets, Charms and Oil

 

Maker: Pra Ajarn Somchart Bparimudto

Magical Effects: Maha lap, maha pokasap, maha sanaeh, metta mahaniyom, fao ban ruean

Material: Prai powders, necromantic earths, oils, bone

Recommended Uses: Luck in lottery, commerce and sales, shop guardian, metta from superiors, success, love and attraction, to watch over and protect the household, gambling, lottery

Number of Amulets Made: 999

Edition: Bucha Kroo Traimas edition

 

 

This is the final edition ever of Luang Por Goy’s now three time world famous ‘Kumarn Gao Gote’ amulets, using the sacred prai powders and ashes of nine kumarn and kumaree. This edition is even more highly awaited and fast in depletion than the previous editions, due to the fact that it is the last ever edition which will be made using this muan sarn sacred powder, which is now completely depleted and no more available for further amulets to be made.

The first and second editions of Kumarn Gao Gote had such success with devotees that the first is now not only many times more the price than its original price, but is also in any case almost impossible to get hold of one, for they are all jealously guarded by their owners, who do not wish to resell them, due to their tried and tested effectiveness. The second edition has now become a source of fanatical collectorship since the issue of the third and final edition. The wicha ‘Kumarn Gao Gote’ got the attention of Thai devotees many years ago as Luang Por Chern of Wat Ta Ee made some Kumarn Gao Gote, and the looksit received many successful results. This caused this particular wicha to become immensely popular as a good bet for successful results.

Luang Por Goy channeled his jhanic forces into the amulets using his best metta mahaniyommaha sanaeh and maha piswaas magic to give the final edge to the amulets and lend them the extra power to assert their magic over any obstacles. This makes the amulets useful sorcery for everything from charming your mate in life to gambling, recieving mercy from superiors or in legal affairs, stop backstabbers by converting their hate into compassion, enchant others with convincing charming speech, and to increase popularity and promote professional and social status with the mercy charm within the amulets as an aid to smooth out the wrinkles in one’s life.

The amulets were made in small portable, medium, large, and large golden bucha size for use when out and about, or for use as a bucha statue at home.

The large size bucha has three Kumarn Tong Gao Gote loi ongk statuettes inserted into the base. The large size version was accompanied by a special golden ongk kroo version which was the flagship model with nine kumarn inserted into the base. The ongk kroo was covered in gold leaf to distinguish not only its richer mixture of muan sarn powders, but also to make it easy to distinguish visually, and increase its sacred power with the gold leaf bucha blessings made upon its surface. Hence, the ongk kroo special large bucha statue is the sure collectors classic, with the fastest and highest speculative rise in chollateral value in relation to the passage of time.

The medium and small size versions have a Kumarn Gao Gote metallic loi ongk statuette inserted into the base. The tiny statuette is made from sacred metals resulting from the smelting together of the first and second edition of Kumarn Gao Gote amulets and muan sarn. In addition, the third edition metallic loi ongk statuettes were also smelted into the alchemical alloy, to make it not singly, not doubly, but triple strength. The small portable version has chanuan muan sarn in it; the medium size bucha has one Kumarn Tong Gao Gote in the base; the large bucha has three Kumarn Gao Gote inserted to the base; and in the ongk kroo large bucha there are nine Kumarn Kao Gote inserted.

Muan Sarn

Nine gote (‘gosa’: pot for keeping cremation bones in; and ‘godha’: ten millions of gold) with bones from nine different children who have died in various circumstances (all circumstances fulfilling the necessary prerequisites to be prai spirits) were used to make sacred powders. This is the proper Khmer formula for this wicha. The first pot contained the bones of Nong Fon of Gumwabee who died by drowning. The second pot contained the bones of Nong Boy of Ban Pher, who was killed by a motor vehicle crashing into him. The third pot contained the bones of Nong Fai, also of Ban Pher, who died of a lung infection. The fourth pot contained the bones of Nong Hying of Ban Pher, who died of valvular heart disease. The fifth pot contained the bones of Nong Khing of Hnong Haan town, who died of malaria (Dengue Fever). The sixth pot contained the bones of Nong Maew of Paen village, who died of dysentery. The seventh pot contained bones from Nong Ham Noi, who died of pneumonia. The eighth pot contained the bones of Nong Supa of Paen village, who died of German measles. The ninth and final pot contained the bones of Nong Marie of Paen village, who died of epilepsy.

Above: first edition blessing ceremony 2552 BE

All of these prai muan sarn ingredients used in the first edition were donated to Luang Por Goy by the lay master Ajarn Gam Chai, who must be thanked along with the spirits of the nine kumarn who have made merit renouncing their mortal remains for the benefit of helping those who are still living, with metta magic.

Muan Sarn Kumarn Gao Gote of Wat Beung Gao

The muan sarn for the second edition released at Wat Beung Gao, was made from nine bone pots in the same fashion:

The first pot contained the bones of Nong Cha Dam Yen of Ban Pher village, who committed suicide due to depression. The second pot contained the bones of Nong Ja of Ban Pher village, who was run over by a motor car and died. The third pot contained the bones of Nong Tree of Ban Pher village, who died from ascites. The fourth pot contained the bones of Nong Fon of Ban Pher village who died by drowning. The fifth pot contained the bones of Nong Koi of Ban Hnong Haan village, who died of epilepsy. The sixth pot contained the bones of Nong May of Hnong Haan village, who died of a lung infection. The seventh pot contained the bones of Nong Tern of Ban Hnong Haan village, who died of electrocution. The eighth pot contained the bones of Nong Gaem of Paen village, who died of Dengue fever. The ninth pot contained the bones of Nong Pimdta of Paen village, who died of asthma.

These muan sarn ingredients were also donated by the lay master Ajarn Gam Chai, who wished to donate them to Luang Por Goy in order to increase his own merits and to make merit for the spirits of the dead kumarn in the pots, so that they can rise up to higher levels of the celestial realms in their next incarnations.

The third edition used the muan sarn from the first two editions, adding even more of the last bone powders of the Kumarn and Kumaree Gao Gote to render this third and final edition the most concentrated edition of all, with 27 gote being the final number. The third edition is distinguished by the gold leaf covering on the faces, and is considered the maximum power of all three editions due to it being 9 x 9 x 9 from the 27 ghodas of prai kumarn bones.

Luang Por Goy’s powerful sacred powder is visibly that which we have come to recognize as the Kumarn Gao Gote muan sarn, and recognizable as that used in the previous editions. This is truly a sign of constancy and true wicha to see the muan sarn of the amulets emerge with such similarity in consistency, aroma and texture, that the composition is rigidly adherent to the strict magical formulas of ancient Khmer necromantic sorcery.

 

Kata for Metta and Maha Sanaeh (Love, Attraction and Preferential treatment)

How to Worship the Kuman Tong

Kata Kuman Tong

 

Maker: Luang Por Goy, Wat Khao Din Dtai

Magical Effects: Maha sanaehmetta mahaniyomchoke lapsiang chokekaa khaay

Material: Bone powders, prai kumarn powders, chanuan sacred metals, prai oils, herbs

Recommended Uses: Commerce, oratory success, charm and attraction, riches, lucky fortunes, gambling, lottery, protect household

Number of Amulets Made: Large size: 2556; medium size: 3000; small size: 5000

Edition: ‘Kumarn Tong Gao Gote’ third and final edition

 

 

View Kumarn Tong Run Sud Taay 27 Gote Large Size Bucha Statue here

View Kumarn Tong Run Sud Taay 27 Gote Medium Size Bucha Statue here

View Kumarn Tong Run Sud Taay 27 Gote Small Portable Version here

 

 

Thailand Amulets is proud to be able to offer some of the rare and especially sought after Gammagarn series of ‘Lucky Treasure Bee’ amulets, which went completely unannounced, and were secretly handed out to sponsors at the ceremony of the ‘Serp Dtamnan Luang Phu Noi’ edition amulets by Luang Por Jerd, of Suan Badibat Tam Po Sethee, in Nakorn Pathom.

The Paya Dto Ngern Larn amulets were released in two different ‘pim’, namely a gold colored powder version (Nuea Wan Tong Pised – ‘Pim A’ with 28 takrut) and a black powder version (Pong Bai Larn – ‘Pim B’ with 16 takrut). Both versions feature a treasure bee on the front face, with a Pra Pidta image on its back, and a piece of gold leaf on it. The front face of the Nuea Wan Tong Pised (‘Pim A’) has 28 takrut ‘Pra Putta Jao Sip Hok Pra Ongk’ spells inserted, whereas the Pong Bai Larn (‘Pim B’) has 16 foil takrut spells with the 16 syllables of the yant ‘Pra Putta Jao 16 Pra Ongk’ (16 Buddhas Yant).

The sacred powder used for this Gammagarn version, is a concentrated rich mixture of the finest and most sacred herbal powders. The powders are also empowered with powdered blessed bees nest (a sorcerous ingredient which has the maha lap effect of increasing wealth treasures and lucky fortunes).

The rear face of both two versions of the Paya Dto Ngern Larn amulet features a series of sacred na maha lap, maha pokasap, and maha laluay and kata Pra Sivali (‘Na Chaa Lii Dti’), to bring great wealth and prosperity, treasures and prosperous business. This series of amulets was released in 2555 BE in a large and very special edition of some of the finest amulets and bucha statues to grace our store. The edition included lockets, Pra Pid Ta amulets, and wua tanu/kwai tanu amulets and bucha statues.

The two different pims of the Paya Dto Ngern Larn treasure bee amulet are a special ceremony distribution item, which do not exist in the rest of the series of amulets, except in the special top of range triple collector set, which featured some Pidta amulets in the same special herbal Puttakun powder. Pra Pid Ta is thus also an aspect of bucha when praying to this amulet, and increases the maha lap aspect of the magic, whereas the treasure bee increases the maha pokasap aspect.

Comes with original felt lined box from the temple. Can be encased if desired.

The purpose of this edition was to raise funds for the building of a taewa sathaan (deity shrine) with a large statue of Pra Pikanes (Ganesha) at the temple of Suan Badibat Tam Po Sethee sitting on a pair of gold and silver treasure bees as his throne, so as to instigate prosperous fortunes for the poor locals to improve their situation.

Read documentation and see all amulets in this edition:

‘Serb San Dtamnan Luang Por Noi’ edition amulets 2555 BE – Luang Por Jerd – Suan Badibat Tam Po Sethee

Luang Por Jerd is gaining headway in Thailand as one of the best practitioners of the Buddhist vinaya, and is entering the halls of fame of the high Arya Sangha. We can expect the history books to record Luang Por Jerd as one of Thailand’s great Arya Sangha of this century. As is always the case, the true great monks of purity are usually famous after their passing more than during their lives, for they do not seek attention.

Despite the fact that Luang Por Jerd is a humble monk, his humility and diligent practice and merits have elevated him to become one of Thailand’s Most respected monks on a national Scale, and one of the top 4 monks of the Nakorn Pathom Province (along with Luang Por Sanya Kong of Wat Klang Bang Gaew, Luang Phu Yaem of Wat Sam Ngam, and Luang Phu Ap, of Wat Tong Sai). We should perhaps say five great monks of Nakorn Pathom, as the abbot of Wat Pai Lorm, Luang Pi Nam Fon is producing fine Buddhist amulets in the wake of his mentor, Luang Por Poon.

The base of amulet has code stamp and edition number code

Useful info for bucha:

For bucha, use Buddhist prayers to increase power, with any or all of the below kata.

All kata for amulets should begin with chanting of the Maha Namasakara (‘Namo Tassa’) 3 times first, before beginning any other incantations.

Maha Namasakara – How to Chant ‘Namo Tassa

Psalm to the Triple Gem    Kata ’Aaratanaa Pra Krueang

Pratītyasamutpāda – Chant of ‘Dependent Origination

Chinabanchara Kata (‘Chinabanchorn’) of Somdej Dto Prohmrangsri (Wat Rakang Kositaram)

Kata Pra Putta Jao Haa Pra Ongk (‘Na Mo Put Taa Ya’)

Buddhist Morning Prayer Chanting

Buddhist Evening Prayer Chanting

Maker: Luang Por Jerd , Suan Badibat Tam Po Sethee temple (Nakorn Pathom)

Magical Effects: Maha lap, siang choke, serm duang, klaew klaad, maha pokasap, kaa khaay

Material: Herbal Puttakun powders from blessed bees nests, gold leaf takrut

Recommended Uses: Rid oneself of debts and financial obstacles, gain economical headway, increase prosperity and well-being, gambling, treasured possessions, healthy commerce

Number of Amulets Made: Unknown (very few handed out at ceremony)

Edition: ‘Serb San Dtamnan Luang Por Noi’ 2555 BE

 

 

 

 

Bucha size Khmer mummy (‘Nuea Pong Prai Maha Phuudt)’ by Pra Ajarn Akaradech Akkadtecho.

The Khmer mummy is known lovingly as Jom Phuudt Prai Dam (‘The Black Prai Sorceror Phantom’), and is used in much the same way as many other animist or prai amulets, such as the hun payont, prai grasip, or kumarn tong effigy. The bucha methods of worship and offerings are also the same as for adult prai spirit devas.

Size of statue; 9.5 Cm long x 2.5 Cm wide x 2 Cm high – 99 statues made

There was also a special ongk kroo version in golden coffin made with gold leaf blessing, of which only 32 statues were made.

The muan sarn powders were made from the earths of 7 salt licks, 7 cemeteries, 7 ports, 7 farm fields, 7 orchards, 7 caves, and 7 mountain peaks. In addition, magical herbs and woods were added; ga fak rak, mai takian fa pha, wan maha lap, wan prai grasip bork choke lap, wan prai dam ta tip, wan maha niyom, and wan nang kum. Also added were; one eyed coconut shell powders, pong prai ta tip (‘divine eyed ghost powders’), prai grasip powder, powdered bones of a ‘phii dtaay tang glom’, prai kumarn powder, dtaanii banana lady ghost prai oil,  nam man prai takian (‘Takian tree ghost prai oil), bone ashes of a kumarn tong, hairs of a prai ghost.

Pong graduk aathan yoni (prai vulva magic powder), pong na hoeng prai (powdered bones of a phii dtaay hoeng treated as ‘pong lop’ yantra powder and further empowered), klai bote sema chedi (pieces of broken temple wall, uposadha wall and chedi wall). Nam man nang prai sai Khmer (prai oil of a Khmer lady who became a prai ghost), pong bpan hneng hoeng prai jet dton (7 hoeng prai ghosts forehead bone carving* powder).

The hoeng prai were molded and then blessed and empowered by calling upon the multitudes of spirits within the prai herbal necromantic oils and bone powders to instill their consciousnesses within the amulets and dwell within using the ‘Kata Akarn 32’, and the 3 methods of invocation and turning of the elements, to reanimate the effigies with the living mind of a prai ghost. Each amulet was individually empowered before the blessing.

A takrut spell is inserted in the rear face of the statue. The takrut are excellent for gambling and forewarning of danger or lucky happenings.

Magical Properties

Choke lap (lucky and wealthy), metta maha niyom (be the preferred person, receive mercy), maha sanaeh (popularity and sexual attraction), siang choke, gae aathan (anti black magic), klaew klaad (evade dangers), grasip choke (forewarn of impending good or bad lucky streaks).

Four different versions were made of this amulet, two portable mummy amulets, and two mummy bucha statues, the ongk kroo being laid within coffins, for the bucha altar. Both the portable amulets and the buchas were released in standard (‘tammada’), and ongk kroo master versions.

This powerful piece of Khmer prai sorcery is usable for almost all needs and tasks, protecting the household, vehicle, travel protection, stop black magic, fend off demons, bring lucky fortunes and success in gambling, love and attraction, improve profession and social life. Gambling activities are especially suitable for this hoeng prai bucha Khmer mummy statue.

Offerings and Bucha

Each night, take some ‘lao khaw’ (white rice whisky – if you can’t get this any liquor will indeed be fine to offer), and smear it on the mouth of the mummy.

Kata Bucha Mummy Khmer

Om Swai Tia Yia Jor Khamote Tor Bpria.

Chant the kata 3 times. The amulet can be carried in the pocket or worn on an amulet neck chain, or attach to a cord even at waist level or in the pocket. You can also leave it on the altar for home bucha purposes if preferred.

* Bone carving: The powders were made from already empowered and existing ‘ban neng’ forehead bone skull carvings, which were then powdered in ceremonial ritual and further empowered as muan sarn for these amulets.

Kata and how to Worship Look Krok

Kata Hun Payont, Mae Takian, Nang Prai

Kata Kuman Tong

List of Kata Chants – Metta Maha Niyom/Maha Sanaeh

How to Chant ‘Namo Tassa’ and the triple refuge

 

Maker: Pra Ajarn Akaradech Akka Dtaecho

Magical Effects: Choke lap, metta maha niyom, maha sanaeh, siang choke, gae aathan, klaew klaad

Material: Bone powders, takrut, sacred earths, herbs and prai oils

Recommended Uses: Gambling luck and wealth, be the preferred person, receive mercy, popularity and sexual attraction, anti black magic, evade dangers

Number of Amulets Made: 99 statues made

Edition: Dtraimas 2555 BE

 

 

 

The Nok Sariga Maha Sanaeh Riak  Glab Ban (‘Pim B’ 2 takrut), has a double ‘Hua Jai Sariga Koo’ spell within the two takrut. This wicha is a favorite of Luang Por Goy for he has mastered its empowerment skills with ease and has a great control and adept skill with the invocation of sariga magic.

Luang Por Goy is an adept master of the wicha ‘sariga’, who has completely mastered every single aspect of the wicha in its various forms. It is a dtamra maha yant which possesses maha sanaehmetta mahaniyommaha midtr, maha choke and maha lap, and jaroen rung rueang powers.

Luang Por Goy only makes the sariga as a pair, as he says the sariga are love birds and can not live without their mate, so he always uses an image of the male and female sariga entwined inextricably in loving embrace, or mating posture.

The rear face is filled with double takrut ‘Sariga Koo’, and seven gemstones (‘ploi sek’).

Ploi Sek – Enchanted Gemstones

‘Ploi sek’ is the Thai name for semi precious gems and crystals that have been empowered, blessed and charged with elemental powers beforehand individually. These gemstones are thn used to insert and imbue the sacred powders with the power sources which only crystals (gems are indeed also crystals) can perform.

The nok sariga (or, ‘salika’) is a golden tongued heavenly bird which is attributed with immense metta mahaniyom and maha sanaeh qualities, and is along with the hongsa, one of the best devas to seek assistance in ‘jerajaa’ magic. Jerajaa means ‘discussion’. The golden tongued sariga bird enchants and charms the listeners of he who possesses the wicha, bringing a hypnotic and charming effect, to influence and convince, making people see things your way.
 

 Released in the 2556 BE Kumarn ‘Gao Gote’ Edition

These amulets were made with and empowered along with the rest of the kumarn ‘Gao Gote’ editon, and are Luang Por Goy’s most highly awaited edition of all. The kumarn ‘Gao Gote’ is a classic release that is into its third and final edition ever.

 

Kata Bucha Sariga Koo Maha Sanaeh (‘Twin Sariga Love Birds’)

Aehi Saarigaa Wandtaanang Maedtamputtasae Sinaeharadthang Saarigaa Laapo Pawandtumae Aehi Hying Chaay

Kata Sariga Bpon Yuea

Badsabinhlaa Haedtaro Mahaedtaro Himma Anlaenaegan
Chayorgan Dto Bo Guu Yor Maa Cheu Wagan Gadtor Waa Guu Gadtor See Dee Nguu Huu Anlaerohuu

Kata Bucha Sariga Jab Bpaag Loeng

Wanna Wannaa Saligaayo Puttang Siro Waa Ha Ma Ma

วันนะ วันนา สาลิกาโย พุทธังสิโรวาหะมะมะ

 

Nightly Kata (chant each night)

Om Bplug Bplug Ruk Laew Yaa Norn Yaa Chaa Sarigaa Jao Euy Yaa Cheuy Leuy Raa Kroo Sang Jao Maa Ha Raksaa Kum Krong Bpok Bpong Kaehaa – Phuu Dai Mii Jidt Raay Khor Hai Glab Jai Maedt-Dtaa – Roke Pay Naanaa Khor Yaa Dai Pob Paan Laap Lae Yot Khor Hai Bpraakot Kheun Tang Bpaed Tidt, Midtr Khor Hai Gerd Kheun Tang Bpaed Daan Phuu Dai Haen Hnaa Guu Laew Khor Hai Man Rak – Phuu Dai Tak Guu Laew Khor Hai Man Hlong – Om Mahaa Sarigaa Greung Garanang Dtaawang Dtaawaa Ma ma Aehi Swaaha.

อมปลุก ปลุก รุกแล้วอย่านอน ครูกูสอน อย่าช้าสาลิกาเจ้าเอ๋ย อย่าเฉยเลยรา ครูสั่งเจ้ามาให้รักษาคุ้มครอง ปกป้องเคหา ผู้ใดมีจิตคิดร้ายขอให้กลับใจเมตตา โรคภัยนานาขออย่าได้พบพาล ลาภและยศขอให้ปรากฏขึ้นทั้งแปดทิศ มิตรขอให้เกิดขึ้นทั้งแปดด้าน ผู้ใดเห็นหน้ากูแล้วขอให้มันรัก ผู้ใดทักกูแล้วขอให้มันหลง โอม มหาสาลิกา กรึง กะระณัง ตาวัง ตาวา มะมะ เอหิ สวาหะ

 

Kata Bucha Takrut Sariga Jab Bpaag Loeng

Aehi Gaasimaadti Gaama Raaka Lopa Bpihagaa

เอหิ กาสิมาติ กามะราคะโลภะ ปิหะกา

 

Maker: Luang Por Goy of Wat Khao Din Dtai, Buriram

Magical Effects: Metta mahaniyom, kaa khaay, maha sanaeh, choke lap

Material: Green herbal powders, gems, silver takrut

Recommended Uses: Successful oratory speeches, charming speech, good sales and commerce, seduction of the opposite sex, casino and lottery.

Number of Amulets Made: 3000 made in green powders with double silver takrut

 

 

Kumarn Gaem Bum Hua Hlaem (‘Pointy Head Protruding Cheek Bones Kumarn‘), by Luang Ta Chuan of Wat Khwang.

Now those who enjoyed the benefits of bucha to the famous kumarn tong ‘gaem bum’ loi onk mini statuettes of Luang Ta Chuan, can rejoice that we have a bucha size special ongk kroo kumarn tong statue for his devotees to bucha.

Luang Ta Chuan is renowned for empowering kumarn tong in a way that is like no other, and those who worship his kumarn swear that any thieves or burglars are always thwarted, and that business runs well and smoothly, and regular windfalls arrive. Luang Ta performed the essential invocations of the four elements and the 32 parts of a living being, before calling the prai spirit of the kumarn tong ‘hua hlaem gaem bum’ to inhabit and reside within the amulets. Luang Ta’s method is very different in the sense that he lays down in a coffin to perform the incantations within the Meru building in the temple of Wat Khwang.

899 statues were made in this edition

The kumarn ‘gaem bum’ was empowered with incantations with Luang Ta inside a coffin placed within the Meru cremation building. As Luang Ta performed the incantations, all the lights in the temple grounds went out.

The rear side of the kumarn has Luang Ta’s inscription of the yant ‘ta rit reng lap’, which is the eye of power to speed up lucky fortunes.

The kumarn tong ‘gaem bum’ is a result of the devotees of Luang Ta Chuan begging him to make another edition after the immense success of his kumarn tong ‘pha daeng’ amulets (kumarn tong with red clothes), where many people won lotteries with after revering the amulet. The bucha statue is the result of the looksit repeatedly beseeching Luang Ta Chuan to make something special to guard over and bring prosperity to homes and shops of the devotees. A larger image for bucha on the altar was highly needed, for the kumarn ‘gaem bum’ has become a favorite of Thai kumarn tong devotees, as popular as the wicha of Luang Ta Chuan himself.

Luang Ta is a master sorceror monk, whose choke lap and maha lap amulets are of the most effective to be found, for example his rian ‘Laekhasart’ lottery coins, and ‘ngern pling’ Laoatian monetary unit amulets which have brought so much success and prosperity to many a merchant and gambler.

The base is empowered with sacred powders, and a bottle of prai kumarn powders sealed with a sacred yantra spell on red cloth.

Luang Ta says that he had to master the kammathana realizations of asubha kammathaan, and the kumara sadti meditative skill. He had to develop the consciousness of the death state to be able to bcontact and invite the dead spirits of prai and kumarn tong devas to dwell within his amulets. It is necessary to attain arupha jhana and extinguish all sense of taste, smell sound and touch, in order to tune in to the devas of the realms of the dead.

His wicha kumarn tong is varied with mastery of various kinds of kumarn, such as the kumarn tong ‘pha daeng’ (‘red clothes’), and the kumarn ‘gaem bum’ (‘puffy cheeks kumarn‘). The large number of devotees who have taken one of his kumarn for bucha and had lucky lottery wins was so great that the kumarn ‘gaem bum’ and his other kumarn have all become as popular and believed in as his other famous lottery effective amulets (ngern pling and the rian ‘Laekhasart’ amulets)

The kumarn ‘gaem bum’ bucha statue has a pointy head and bulging cheeks, and holds a sack of treasure and gold. He is bound with the ‘phaa saam see’ tricolor magical ribbons. Many people believe the bucha image to have considerably more power than the small loi ongk, for the results seen till now, which is saying something, because the loi ongk has already received legendary status since its issue.

Luang Ta has inscribed a sacred unalome upon the forehead of the kumarn to power you out of instability into stable forward moving prosperity. The base of the kumarn is filled with sacred powders and has a code stamped takrut foil and a small glass phial filled with sacred prai powders. The powders within the phial are pure authentic prai kumarn powders.

Because of his attainment of these abilities, he performs the successful empowerment of kumarn tong with such ease as to make other master appear unskilled, which is in fact not the case, simply that Luang Ta is one of the world’s top expert masters of this wicha, it is simply in his nature. The kumarn tong ‘hua hlaem jao sap gaem bpum’ carries a money bag, and is empowered to assure increase monetary income with the sacred yant ‘ta rit reng lap’ (yant of the eye of power to speed luck and wealth), to make the kumarn prevent you from running out of money and to attract income wherever you go. Luang Ta performed incantations on the statues and amulets, within the cremation chamber of the Meru building for a period of 7 days, and allowed the same number of angelic devas who arrived to assist to also enter the kumarn tong and accompany the amulets as an extra guiding force and protector.

How to Worship the Kuman Tong

Kata Kuman Tong

The statues were also made as loi ongk portable amulets, in nuea loha rom dam of which 3352 were made, and  in nuea dtakua dee buk (ancient lead) of which only 1352 takrut were made.

Below – Luang Ta Chan’s famous lottery winning amulet – Rian ‘Laekhasart Hai Huay’

Luang Ta Chuan is very famous because of his amazing ability to give accurate lottery numbers. His famous rian ‘hai huay’ lottery wishing coin amulet has had success with several devotees winning lotteries. Many of his amulets have reached international fame including the Sivalingk see nang lorm ‘palad khik’ type maha sanaeh amulet which features a metal Shiva lingam encircled by 4 naked maidens. 

Can be encased in waterproof casing if wished.

Kata bucha Kumarn Tong Gaem Bum

Kumarn Tong Amrit Pichit Chay Pichit Choke Poke Phon Mont Chana Aehi Chaiyya Mahaa Laapa Mahaa Laapang Jid-dti Jid-dtang Bpiyang Ma-Ma

Offer sweetmeats, drinks and fruits and trinkets, light five sticks of incense outside for informing the local spirits and ruling devas, then light three sticks to inform the Buddha in the home, of the arrival of the kumarn.

Use nine sticks to pray to the kumarn.

กุมาร ทอง อมฤทธิ์ พิชิตชัย พิชิตโชค โภคผล มนต์ชนะ เอหิชัยโย เอหิชัยยะ มหาลาภะ มหาลาภัง จิตติ จิตตัง ปิยังมะมะ

After bucha then pray, and ask the kumarn to fulfill your wish.

The kumarn can be placed on your own altar, but is also popularly placed on a pan kroo tray, for respectable bucha.

The pan kroo in the right size for this bucha (5.5 inches diameter), is available as additional option if you choose, in silver or golden colors.

 

Maker: Luang Ta Chuan, Wat Khwang Temple, Supannburi.

Magical Effects: Maha pokasap, kaa khaay, maha lap, metta mahaniyom, maha sanaeh

Material: Prai powders, herbs, bone powder, prai oils

Recommended Uses: Improve success in commerce and profession, attract customers, protect household and business premises, ask for lottery wins, family happiness

Number of Amulets Made: 899

Edition: Dtraimas 2554 BE edition