Khun Phaen Paya Ngerd - Phu Mor Nak Paetch Saeng Keow

Khun Phaen Paya Ngerd Nuea Pong Wan Roey Chin Wan Dork Tong ‘Ongk Kroo Pim Yai’ 1st edition 2544 BE (Gay Amulet) with In Koo Ma Saep Nang (back face)- Samnak Phu Mor Nak Saeng Keow

Khun Phaen Paya Ngerd

Khun Phaen Paya Ngerd is a Classic and Famous Pim of Phu Mor Nak that is known around the World for its Lucky Fortune Power of Maha Lap, and its Extremely Fine grade Sacred Powder and Magical Herb Muan Sarn base.

This is the Pim Yai – larger of two Pim. Both Pim are Ongk Kroo master versions but the smaller Pim Lek is of a higher concentration of Sacred Powders and Rare Herbs than the large Pim, and considered the Master Piece of the Two. For all of his amulets, Phu Mor Nak chose the richest, rarest and most magically powerful Sacred Herbs, Woods and ingredients he could find, to mix for these amulets. Phu Mor Nak’s Khun Phaen are all extremely high concentration of Sacred Powder and Herbs.

Size; 4 Cm High x 2.5 Cm Wide

Because of the extreme difficulty in acquiring some of the more important and rare herbs, Phu Mor Nak created his own Herb Garden to provide enough herbs to produce all the Khun Phaen amulets necessary to realize his plans, resulting in his amulets possessing such a high grade of purity equal to Khun Phaen amulets of three times the price, because he made the rare expensive herbs more available by planting and cultivating them himself. In addition, the herbs received Incantations and prayers the whole time, resulting in a Magic Herb that is also magically Empowered throughout its life up to the point of becoming Sacred Powder for the amulets.

The front face features Khun Phaen Paya Ngerd, pure Wicha Maha Sanaeh which has the difficult to achieve Magical Powers of ‘Lum Hlong Ngong Nguay’, which leaves people stunned and easily accessible. The Wicha Khun Phaen Paya Ngerd is derived from the Dtamra of the Wicha Ba Cha Dta – considered the most powerful maha Sanaeh sex attractor of all Khun Phaen amulets.

The rear face features three different images consisting of three different Wicha; Wicha Hnoo Kin Nom Maew – Mice drinking milk from a Cats teats. Wicha Hmoo Pha Kin Nom Suea (Wild Boar drinks Tigers milk) – Immense Metta Maha Saaeh Magic to achieve the bringing together of natural opposites, and bind them in loving friendship. Scondly, the Wicha In Ma Saep nang (Female Human Deva embracing Equestrian Deva), which is a Wicha based in Kama Sutra Magic. Two In Ma Saep Nang Devas are entwined in sexual embrace, and one Hnoo Kin Nom Maew symbiotic Animist Deity.

Above; Wild Boar drinks Cats milk (left) rats drink Cat’s milk (right)

The amulet is Secondarily used for those in the Profession of Oratory Skills, but is Primarily used for Gays and Transexuals to attract the same sex – can be used by women to attract other women, men to attract other men, or for Bisexuals to attract the same Sex. Its Powers are both famed and Legendary, the Ongk Kroo Hua Chuea version (Top of Series) are the ones which bring the fastest and most potent results.

Made in Phu Mor Nak’s first ever edition in 2544 BE, this amulet is now an extreme rarity, and has been for some years now. This amulet was made in Ongk Kroo large version and Ongk Kroo Pim Lek (small) version. The small version is actually more concentrated in Sacred Prai Powders, and also more Expensive. This contrasts with the usual norm, but is in fact logical when one considers that Phu Mor Nak took this path as a way of offering the finest powders in one amulet at an affordable price. He thus chose to reduce the size of the amulet in order to double the concentration of special powders and herbs.

Kata Pra Khun Phaen

Kata for Khun Phaen Amulets using Wicha Ba Cha Dta

Phu Mor Nak Paetch Saeng Keow is probably the most famous maker and preserver of Pra Khun Phaen traditional amulet Making and Empowerment, and a Great Kroo of Wicha Pra Khun Phaen. He Possesses the True Mastery of the Wicha Pra Khun Phaen amulet and Magical Spell, and is so Adept at applying the Magic, that he has created over 40 different types of Pra Khun Phaen each with its own particular Ruling Spell and Wicha, for specific purposes and uses. Apart from the Immensely powerful Magic and Sacred Muan Sarn (Sacred powders pollens and other magical ingredients) which adds to the potency of the Charming and Attraction effect of Pra Khun Phaen amulets.

Khun Phaen Paya Ngerd Nuea Pong Wan Roey Chin Wan Dork Tong ‘Ongk Kroo Pim Yai’ 1st edition 2544 BE (Gay Amulet) with In Koo Ma Saep Nang (back face)- Samnak Phu Mor Nak Saeng Keow

Pra Khun Phaen Klueab Hlang Taep Sariga Pim Yai – Glazed Green Ceramic with Hand Painted Magpies – ‘Wai Kroo 2555’ Edition – Luang Por Chor Suchiwo – Wat Nong Saeng

This Pra Khun Phaen/Sariga from Luang Por Chor is a most Inimitable, Sacred Buddhist Amulet offering two different Wicha for Increasing Maha Sanaeh and Choke Lap (Attraction, Luck and Fortunes Increase). This edition of Hand Painted Masterpieces of Miniature Buddhist Art and Sacred Objects of reverence, was made using the finest aromatic Sacred Powders of rare and magical herbal origins of an instantly noticeable richness and high quality grade. The Hand Painted Artwork is individually performed on each single amulet, resulting in no two amulets ever being exactly the same. The amulets were released and given final blessing and empowerments after a three month rainy retreat empowerment process, on the Wai Kroo (Master Day) Ceremony at Wat Nong Saeng.

Size; 5.5 x 3.4 Centimeters

In this ‘Wai Kroo 55’ Edition of Immensely attractive, Faith inspiring and collectable Hand Painted Amulets, include a range of Taep Sariga Golden Tongued Magpies (Taep Sariga), Khun Phaen Klueab (Ceramic Glazed Sacred Powder Khun Phaen) , Pae Maha Lap Chae Nam man Aathan (hand carved Lucky Goat in magic charm oil), Dork Monta Tip (Celestial Divine Jampa Flower) in Sacred Metals or in Hand Carved Sacred Wood, Takrut Taep Sariga (large and small versions), See Pherng Sariga, Palad Khik Choo Chok and some Bia Gae shell charms were also released.

Kata Pra Khun Phaen

Kata Nok Sariga (Salika Bird)

Luang Por Chor of Wat Nong Saeng has an ever increasing number of Disciples, which is demonstrated by this large range of amulet which were sponsored and comissioned through the Society of Disciples of Luang Por Chor, in order to assist in fund raising for Luang Por Chors Projects for the Temple, The amulets were given a Traimas Empowerment and a final Blessing in the Wai Kroo 2555 Ceremony, and distributed to the Looksit to recieve Luang Por’s blessings and wear his amulets as a reminder of their teacher, and a protector and Wealth Improver to reduce physical and mental suffering and stress of his Devotees and other Buddhists around the World.

Pra Khun Phaen Klueab Hlang Taep Sariga Pim Yai – Glazed Green Ceramic with Hand Painted Magpies – ‘Wai Kroo 2555’ Edition – Luang Por Chor Suchiwo – Wat Nong Saeng

Pra Khun Phaen Klueab Hlang Taep Sariga Pim Yai – Glazed Green Ceramic with Hand Painted Magpies – ‘Wai Kroo 2555’ Edition – Luang Por Chor Suchiwo – Wat Nong Saeng

Has anyone ever taken the time to compare the image of Pra Putta Chinarat with the Pra Khun Phaen Ban Grang amulets? You may get a surprise! In fact, the Pra Khun Phaen amulets we know in the present day all took their name from the Pra Khun Phaen Ban Grang amulet, which in turn got its name from local villagers when the Kru broke open and the amulets were discovered. The amulets were not given this name when they were created. Because of the successful business and Maha Sanaeh Seductive influence which devotees noticed coming from the amulet, they name it after the legendary Khun Phaen, of the famed Khun Chang Khun Phaen Legends, who was so famously adept at Magically seducing lovers and customers.

It is a convincing theory that the Phra Khun Phaen Ban Grang amulets are in fact representations of the Pra Putta Chinarat Sum Ruean Gaew Buddha – check the arch and the posture of the Buddha. Notice the long flamed spire on the top of the Buddhas head.

Notice the upwardly curving palm of the hand on the lap, the long fingers of the hand on the knee..

It is supposed that the Khun Phaen name for the amulet came from local people, due to two reasons;

  1. After wearing the amulets, many people began to tell tales of their experiences of success and miracles, and compared the magic charm of the amulets to the charm of Khun Phaen who had so many ladies courting him.
  2. In addition to being an analogy to love charm power, Khun Phaen was also a denizen of Supannburi, where the ban Grang amulets come from, which is typical that local devotees wished to connect the amulet with their local history.