In Ma – In Koo Rak Sanaeha – Nuea Pong Aathan, and Pha Yant In Ma Saep Nang Yantra Cloth, by Luang Por Goy – Wat Khao Din Dtai (Buriram).

Double Set sacred powder amulet with Yantra cloth from Luang Por Goy (Wat Khao Din Dtai) – In Ma – In Koo Rak Sanaeha – Nuea Pong Aathan + Pha Yant In Ma Saep Nang Yantra Cloth

The ‘Muan Sarn Aathan’ (magical ingredients of the sacred powders used to make the amulets), is extremely powerful because of the addition of Wan Chang Pasom Khlong, Wan Saw Hlong, Wan ha Roi Choo, Wan Nang Lorm, Wan Sariga Lin Tong, Wan Khun Phaen, Wan Dork Mai Tong, Pong Paya In Gaew, Pong Ma Saep Nang, Pong Taep Ramjuan, Pong Rak Sorn, Pong Wua Pan Hlak, Pong Paya Tae Krua, Pong Paya garawek, and Pong Wua Lerm Kork.

All these were mixed together and pressed into the shape of the In Ma In Koo Rak Saep Nang Sanaeha.

Front Face;

In Ma Saep Nang In Rak

The front face is a Ma Saep Nang Deity (Horse and Woman entwined). There is a Fable that there was once a family who had a very beautiful daughter. This family reared horses for a living, and their horses were famous for their incredible beauty. The daughter took care of the horses every day until one day she felt intense desire for the horse she had become attached to, and consummated her desires with the horse (had sex with it).

When the family found out about the event, they were incredibly offended and angry, and they killed the horse which the daughter had been caring for and had sex with. The daughter heard of this, and became so sad, that she died of a broken heart, from sorrow for loss of her horse and lover.

The ancient Kroo Ba Ajarns of Old believed that this particular horse had an incredible power of Maha sanaeh (charm and attraction). So strong indeed, that even a Human Woman could fall in love with it and allow it to have sexual contact. For this reason the In Ma Saep Nang is an extremely powerful love charm, and that whoever carries it will certainly have the charming effect on others around him or her..

The Rear face

In Ma Saep Nang In Rak

The rear face of the amulet has the ‘IN Koo Plord Rak’ Deity (another kind of ‘In’ Deity, of which there are many).

The In Koo Plord Rak is a ‘Krueang Rang’ (Occult charm/talisman) that the Ancient Masters used to symbolize the Power of Love, and that this amulet endows the wearer with the power over the minds of those of the other Sex (or same Sex if that is the Inclination).

Luang Por Goy empowered the amulets according to the correct formula of Khmer Lineage of his Masters, and employed Kasina meditation until he saw a Nimitta of the lovers entwined rise up from the amulets, then he called the Citta Vinyana (spirit/mind) of the Male In and Female In, to approach the In Ma Saep Nang Deity effigies, and to intertwine and fuse magically, and then bind and empower the images with Ancient Khmer Sorcery, chanting the Kata until the power began to arise within the amulets. He used many Mantras, Kata and spells, such as; Montr Ma Saep Nang, Montr In Koo Piswat, Montr Chang Pasom Khlong, Montr Khun Phaen, Montr Maha Sanaeh Piswat 108, Montr Maha Hlong Hlai (this Mantra can be used to hypnotize with – regardless of if it is a Man or a Woman).

After this powerful invocation, Luang Por took the In Ma In Koo Rak Sanaeha amulets and soaked them in ‘Nam Man Paya tae Krua Naree Rampeung’ (sexual attraction musk oil), in order to multiply the strength of the spell contained within the amulets (magical charging).

This amulet is not only good for improving ones love life, it is also good for those with Family problems, or who dont have a Family yet. This amulet is aimed to surround you with loved ones who love you, not only to attract people to have love affairs with or sexual relations. Also very good for shopkeepers to put in their cash tills or above the door of their shops.

Placing it in the home will also improve Family Relations.

Kata In Ma – In Koo Rak Sanaeha

Na Rampeung Mo Kid Terng Put Norn Midtem Dtaa Taa Rong Hai Turon Turay Ya Hai Ma Haa Goo Putto Laluay Tammo Laluay Sangko Laluay Jid-ti Nimid-ti Aehi Jidtang Bliyang Ma Ma