Introducing an exquisite 7.5-inch Bucha image of the revered ‘Somdej Jao Pako Samee Ram’ Pra Luang Por Tuad, standing majestically in the Tudong posture, adorned with his distinctive ‘Glod’ umbrella. This stunning replica is a part of the original highest standing Luang Por Tuad statue, meticulously crafted and housed at the esteemed Wat Mae Takrai, in the Northern Thai Province of Chiang Mai.

LP Tuad Bucha statue front

Below; Blessing ceremony of LP Tuad Bucha statue and amulets, at Wat Mae Takrai

Blessing ceremony of LP Tuad Bucha statue and amulets, at Wat Mae Takrai

Accompanying this exceptional statue is a series of small romboid-shaped coin amulets, available in a variety of sacred metals, hailing from the ‘Run Sompote’ or ‘Sompochana’ edition. These amulets, along with the Luang Por Tuad statue, were simultaneously released at Wat Mae Takrai, further emphasizing the sacred connection between them.

LP Tuad Bucha statue rear side Wat Mae Takrai

The base of the statue proudly showcases a Luang Por Tuad Coin, a part of the same ‘Run Sompote’ or ‘Sompochana’ edition, nestled within its sacred powder base. Expertly crafted from smelted sacred brass and bronze alchemical alloys, the statue is then coated in a sleek, matt black finish, enhancing its allure and mysterious charm.

Luang Por Tuad is depicted carrying his signature Glod, an almsbowl, and using a Naga head walking staff, symbolizing his spiritual journey and devotion. This masterpiece is not only a collector’s dream but also a deeply spiritual artifact that embodies the essence of Luang Por Tuad’s teachings and legacy.

Mae Nāng Prai Dtānī Banana Tree Lady Ghost

Kata Chanting for Banana Tree Lady Ghost Mae Nāng Prai Dtānī. One of the most asked for and sought after Kata Chanting Tutorials, which is so hard to find any information anywhere, is now available in the Kata Chanting Repository of the Buddha Magic Project on YouTube Channel

The Kata Riak Bucha Mae Nāng Prai Dtānī has now been published, and we have inserted it into this post for you to enjoy and practice. Those who wish to venerate the Nāng Prai Dtānī can expect her to lend her hand in flirtation, great luck in gambling windfalls, ‘Maha Sanaeh’ attractability and ‘Metta Mahaniyom’ popularity.

Banana Tree Lady Ghost

The more one venerates, recites kata or pays attention to Nang Dtaanee in general, the more powerful the amulet will become (a very give and receive relationship).

Kata Bucha Chanting Tutorial for Summoning and Praying to the Banana Tree Lady Ghost ‘ Mae Nang Prai Dtānī’.

Kata: First Chant the Maha Namasakara (Namo Dtassa 3x)

Ēhi Dtā Dta Bpi Ya Ta Sō Na Mō Hō Mi Ōm Mae Nāng Prai Dtānī Mā Ni Mā Mā Sō Mā Rē Sa Mahā Lāpō Na Mō Hō Mi I Dti I Dti Lāpō

(Chant 7 Times)

Mae Nang Prai Dtānī is a resident spirit of the Dtānī Banana Tree, which is a specific type of banana tree that is considered to be haunted with the spirit of a Lady Ghost, who possesses immense power of Maha Lap and Maha Sanaeh, to use for both Seduction, and for Gambling purposes. Mae Nang Prai Dtānī can be revered much in the same way any woman can, with presentations of flowers, perfumes, jewelry and foods such as sweet meats and fruits and reciting her Kata.

Thai Animist Deity Mask/Amulet – Jao Ngo Pha Mahassajan Jindamanee Riak Sap Riak Ngern, by Luang Por Daeng Duang Setheee (94 years old), Wat Huay Chalong, Uttaradit. Made from Nuea Rakang Gao (old brass smelted from ancient temple bell).

Mask Size: 3.0 centimeters wide x 4.0 centimeters high in size. 999 amulets made in this edition.

Luang Phu Daeng believes that the Wicha in most demand and wished for in the present day is that of choke lap, Maha Map and Kaa Khaay (fortune riches and good business sales) which serve to prevent poverty and release people from the sufferings of being poor. There is no Wicha for good business that is superior to the Wicha Jindamanee which has been practiced since the Ayuttaya Era, and is a wicha which few have mastered and is rare to find in amulets.

The Wicha Of Jao Ngo Pha Jindamanee has many applications, not just for pokasap and riches, but also to conquer enemies. Some Ajarns call the Wicha Jindamanee by other names, such as ‘Wicha Sangkh Plaeng Roop’ and ‘Wicha Sangkh Son Roop’ (Wicha of the conch disguising its shape) – the conch is the horn of plenty of course and thus endless belongings, food and money flow in abundance. The abundance of necessities and easy living comes from this Wicha ,which will lighten suffering and allow he who enjoys this blessing to relax and not feel the pressures of surviving anymore, resulting in better moods, happiness and abundant pleasures.

In the legend of ‘Sangkh Tong’ (golden conch – a legendary tale of Thai literature), The Hero Sangkh Tong  receives a magical Armour which has a Jao Ngo Masked armor. When he places the mask on, he converts and transforms appearance into a Jao Ngo Pha who appears to be  a total raving lunatic with black woolly hair (like a gollywog – remember golliwogs?). The special ability however of the Jao Ngo is that he can even survive and not starve in the deep jungle alone single handedly ‘Ngo’ are negroid people who live illegally and not registered as citizens in Thailands Jungles and live a sparse and very frugal existence but seem to not suffer and be able to endure all hardships with ease in their natural habitat).

With the magical power of the wicha jinda manee, the Jao Ngo is able to call meat fish and food to come to him without going out to look for it.

The Boranajarn who created this wicha saw that the spell has nine special blessings incorporated;

1. The power of Jao Saneh to attract the opposite sex (as when nanda jana threw the flower wreath to the Jao Ngo (Sangkh Tong in disguise) to marry her)
2. Makes Metta and your superiors have compassion and feel they wish to help you and be kind and generous to you, promote you etc.
3. Attract food riches and belongings
4.Money will never run out
5. Constant promotion and ascension in the workplace
6. Easy to do business and sales with a constant flow of customers
7.Your speech will be believed in and be convincing
8.Klaew Klaad – ther Devas watch over you and protect from all dangers
9.It is a master spell of ‘Jang Ngang‘ (stunned or hypnotized) and Makes people fall for you in every way.

It is said that even just the image of the Jao Ngo Pha even before it has been chanted into and empowered, already has amazing power for choke lap metta mahaniyom.

These Jao Ngo Loi Ong Bucha statuettes were made from the Jao Ngo mask which Luang Phu Daeng always made Bucha to in his own Guti hut (his personal Bucha Mask). He says that through making the amulets containing the root kroo deity of the original Bucha Mask empowers them with the ancient magic of the unbroken lineage of the Boranajarn, making it a stream of energy flowing from the past up to the present without being broken, resulting in immense effectivity.

In addition, the amulets contain sacred powders (pนng wised) from the chalk of inscribing the compendium of Yant Gai Tuean (Magical Cockerel – also known as ‘Gai Gaew’ -crystal cockerel), and also contains pong puttakun jinda manee powder. This is as powerful indeed as the famous ‘Gaew Sarapat Nerk’ wishing crystal used to make wishes come true of ancient legend.

Until now, it has been very rare to see Jao Ngo Pha as an amulet or Bucha mask, and those who knew about the benefits and magical blessings of making Bucha to this entity were only able to Bucha few objects which were in existence, such as a Ngo Kroo Mask or a painting. But now we have Luang Por Daeng Duang Sethees ‘Jao Ngo Pha Mahassajan Jindamanee’, which LP Daeng has had Metta to provide us with and reopened the Dtamnan of this ancient and rarely heard of Wicha!

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Bucha Jao Ngo Pah Deity