A most unusual Sacred Yant beladen amulet, based on the horses plough trowel, using oxen in olden days when ploughing the fields; the Rian Yant Pan Tai Sacred Plow Amulet of Luang Por Tong Glerng, of Wat Chedi Hoi (Temple of the Fossilized Seashell Stupa), in Patum Thani. The Rian Yant Pan Tai amulet, is intended for passing through dangerous situations easily, No Lack of Sustenance or Prosperity, and Maintain Fertility. The Plough is able to pass through hard earth and make a pathway through the field, for the planting of seeds, which brings us food and sustenance.
Because of the strength of the Pan Tai to pass through thick earth easily, it is seen by Ancient Thai Folk, to be a luck-bringer in court cases and disputes, or when you are accused of wrongdoing, or in a life threatening situation. The word ‘Pan’ means ‘to pass through’ or ‘to pass the test’, and this is related to why the plough trowel was called a ‘Pan’ in the first place, because it passes through the earth.
The amulet has a Sacred Yant Pra Putta Jao Ja Pra Ongk (also known as ‘Yant Ha’, ‘Yant Grabong Khwai’, and ‘Yant Ongk Pra’) on the front face, and is encrusted with Sacred Magical Khom Agkhara Sanskrit Spells around the border of the amulet.
The Rear Face has a Sacred Yant Metta, a host of Khom Agkhara Spell inscriptions, and the name of LP Tong Glerng and the Temple of Wat Chedi Hoy embossed.
The amulet is made from a type of metallic alchemical alloy called ‘Nuea Maekapat’, which involves mixing different metals in the forge, and knowing the exact temperature at which the various metals with differing melting points will fuse and become one substance. The end result renders a slightly bluebottle metalllic effect, which shimmers when caught by the light. Nuea Maekapat is highly regarded for its Kong Grapan Chadtri, Klaew KLaad, Metta and Maha Pokasap Powers, and its Alchemical inherent magic within the metal, being believed to have powers of their own, even if not blessed by a monk.
Luang Por Tong Gleung, is one of the very few masters who have ever made this kind of talismanic charm in coin form, and its design is highly original, and is a Wicha that has been passed down from master to master since well before the times of the Ayuttaya Era, as it is documented during that time, and was already considered an ancient Wicha.
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.” 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, 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.
There is a Plethora of Thai Amulets to be found within the immensely grand pantheon of types of Thai amulets found in historical records. Thai Amulets exist in many forms in Thailand, and are made by many different traditions and ethnic groups. The types of Thai amulets and their empowerment methods, are different, depending on each grimoire, temple, master monk and ethnic group, such as the Isan People, The Southern Thais who prefer the Khao Or Magical Tradition, The regional Masters of Chonburi, Lopburi, Supannburi, Pethcburi, Chumporn, Yala, Songkhla, Pattalung, The Tai Yai Hill Tribes, the Kanjanaburi district Burmese Influences Magical Tradition, and the Great Lanna Masters of the Nothern Provinces;
Kala Ta Diaw Lanna Amulets Kroo Ba Dtu Ing
Pha Yant – Sacred Yantra Cloths in Ancient Amulet Store
King Butterfly Pha Yant Kruba Krissana (red version)
Miniature Benjapakee amulet set – Sethee Nang Paya 2556 BE Edition – Wat Nang Paya
Here is a list of just some, if only a very few, of the main types of Thai Amulets found in the present day, and in olden days.
Pra Pid Ta
Pra Pid Ta Chae Nam Mont Song Nam Edition Prayer Water Soaked Por Tan Bun Hai Wat ta Muang
Pra Pid Ta Sorng Hnaa 2 faced amulet Luang Por Kron, Wat Bang Sae (Malaysia)
Pra Pid Ta Maha Lap Luang Phu Kambu Wat Gut Chompoo, released in small amulets and large Bucha Pra Kring.
Phra Pidta Buddha Amulets
Thai Buddha Amulet Types
Different Kinds of Buddha Rupa Thai Amulets, in different shapes and substances.
AC Chum & Pra Ajarn Kong Ancient Amulets 2497 BE Taep Nimit Edition for study
Pra Pong Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto)
Pra Somdej Thaan Saem Koo
2496 BE Taep Nimit Nakprok Buddha Amulet by Ajarn ChumChaiKiree
Look Om Pong Prai Kumarn Necromantic Thai Amulet for Gamblers - AC Apichai Decha
Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet (Miniature)
Butterfly King with Trimurti Statuette Black Sariga Powders
Amulets TV Presents Kali Mae Yua Mueang 8 armed Goddess
Pra Somdej Ancient Amulet
Montr Paetch Payatorn Amulets LP In 2556 BE
Pra Sek Khamin Sacred Powder Amulet by LPJuea Wat Klang Bang Kaew
Pra Pid Tawarn & Pra Prok Po 2499 BE
Pra Somdej Pheung Bun Baramee Ongk Kroo Por Tan Khiaw Wat Huay Ngo
Pra Somdej 2000 Rainbow Powders 3 Takrut Luang Por Pae
Pra Khun Phaen Prai Tong Nuea Wan Sabu Luead Takrut Tong Daeng Luang Por Sakorn
Thailand Amulets Pra Khun Phaen Prai Tong Edition Luang Por Sakorn
Pra Prok Po Amulet - Luang Por Huad 2536 BE
Guru Monk Amulet Jao Khun Nor with Yant Ongk Pra - Wat Silakhant 2513
Ancient Amulet Pra Somdej Luang Por Toon 2512 BE
Pra Kru Klong Khom Luang Phu Sukh Amulets
Pra Somdej 3 Silver Takrut Luang Por Koon 2537 BE
Pra Somdej Gan Pai Amulet Luang Por Jong 2485 BE
Pra Pratan Gleep Bua Amulets Luang Phu To Wat Pradoo Chimplee
Somdej Hlang Suea Phaen Luang Por Tong Yoo HD 1080p
Khun Phaen Awk Seuk - SKU 02533 Amulets TV
Pra Kring Klong Takian Luang Por Plern Wat Nong Mai Lueang
Amulet News - Pra Khun Phaen 15 Luang Phu Tim
Somdej School 1
Amulets TV Presents - 2557 BE Edition Thai Buddhist Amulets - Kruba Krissana
Khun Phaen 15 Pong Prai Kuman LP Tim White Powders Gammagarn 9
Amulet Talk - Classic Pra Somdej Amulets 3
Pra Somdej Wat Rakhang Ancient Amulet Somdej Toh with Authenticity Certificate
Amulet School Phra Somdej Wat Rakhang Somdej Toh Block Chang Luang Wijarn Exhibit 1
Sacred Powder Amulets of Both Buddhist and Occult Origins.
There is a Plethora of different kinds of Buddhist and also Occult Amulets of Black, White and Gray Magic, as well as Necromantic Sorcery, Animist Charms and Talismans which are made from powdered sacred substances. The types of amulets are so numerous, that it would be impossible to list them all, even if one should write for 40 years about it, and so I shall present you with a view of some of the most classic and highly favored, and unusual amulets in Sacred powders.
Brahma God Jumbo Size Sacred Powder Amulet – Prasitti Choke Edition 2557 BE – Wat Pleng
Naree Jet Nang Gaew 7 Ladies Hugging Lingam Thai Amulet
Hua Jai Khayum Khloeng Paed Saa Dtamrab Dtai Hloeng
Look Om Chan Hmak Luang Phu Khui Wat Sap Takian
Taep Jamlaeng King Butterfly Amulet Kroo Ba Krissana
Pra Sivali Nuea Pong Maha Sanaeh LP In
Khun Phaen Kroo Ba Krissana
Pra Mae Kuan Yin Amulet Kroo Ba Krissana
Pra Pikanes Ganesha Amulet Kroo Ba Krissana
Ganesha Amulet Nuea Pong Wan Kroo Ba Krissana
Pra Pid Ta Buddha Amulet Pong Puttakun Powders
Pid Ta LP Ruesi Ling Dam Nuea Dam Ud Kring
Pid Ta Nirodha Buddha Amulet Nuea Pong Bailan
Por Phu Ruesi Kroo Paetchalugan Ongk Kroo Nuea Wan Sabu Luead Pasom Lek Nam Pi LP Payungk
Mae Hoeng Prai Takian Tong Ongk Kroo Pim A Nuea Pong Prai Luan LP Oe
Mitmor Ritual Knives
Mitmor Daam Nga Ivory ritual knife of Luang Por Derm
Pha Yant – Yantra Cloths
Pha Yant, are Sacred Geometric or Deity/Guru Monk/Buddha images imprinted with silk screen, or inscribed by hand, which contain religious worship images, and occult spells for wealth, health, attraction, success, protection, and other purposes. The designs are almost endless, and are popularly placed on the wall in a frame like a painting, for Bucha (Worship).
Pha Yant Klum Look Nimit Maha Mongkol Temple Ball Gold Pasting Ceremony Edition Wat Intra Pramoon
Pha Yant Saw Sam Moo Ban Hand Inscriptions on Corpse Cloth LP Gorp Chai
Pha Yant Pra Rahu Song Krut – Pra Maha Wirawongs
Pha Yant Paya Krut Paya Suban Bandan Sap LP Glom
Pha Yant Ai Khai Dek Wat Chedi Lottery Win Bestowing Deva Yantra Cloth
Animism was predominant belief system in ancient Siam and is still very strongly believed in to this day, and highly practiced by the Lay Sorcerers of the various traditions, and the Northern Lanna Hilltribe people. Animism is found also in Brahman Hindu Belief System, which came to Siam before the Advent of Buddhism,, and Thai Buddhism has not omitted these beliefs from the cultural faith of Thai Buddhist People although some movements within the Thai Sangha do wish to separate Animism from Thai Buddhism).
First Edition Roop Lor Loi Ongk Statuette, of the classic Luang Por Sotorn Nuea Nava Loha Nine Sacred Metals cast Brazen Buddha Amulet, from Wat Saman Ratanaram, with limited series number code engraved on the base. This 1st edition LP Sotorn series, is an extremely auspicious and instantly popular edition, aimed at the construction of an immensely ambitious hospital project, for the good of the people, costing over 1000,000,000 Thai Baht to complete.
Blessed in a Great Buddha Abhiseka Ritual Empowerment, with the head Monk of Thailand, Somdej Pra Sangkarach performing the lighting of the Victory candle in the Buddha Abhiseka.
This Eternally Classic Thai Buddhist Luang Por Sotorn Loi Ongk amulet comes with original box from the temple. The statuette measures 2.9 Cm High
The ‘Putta Pisek’ ceremony was blessed with the presence of many great Masters, such as; Luang Por Maha Surasak (Wat Pradoo), LP Foo of Wat Bang Samak, The Great Luang Por Sin (Wat Laharn Yai), LP Chan of Wat Bang Bor (Lineage Inheritor of the Wicha Suea of LP Parn), Luang Phu Khaeg of Wat Suntorn Pradit, Por Tan Khiaw (Wat Huay Ngo), Pra Ajarn Ord of Wat Sai Mai, Kroo Ba Ariyachat (Wat Saeng Gaew Potiyan), Pra Ajarn Sompong, and many other great Masters, performing empowerment during the ceremony.
Monks blessing LP Sotorn Amulets at Wat Sotorn for the Wat Samran Hospital Consctruction Edition
Blessed at Wat Sotorn for Release at Wat Saman Ratanaram in Cachoeng Sao, in the year 2561 BE ,with special blessings from a host of Master Monks, and his Holiness Somdej Pra Sangkarach performing the lighting of the Victory Candle of the ceremony on 23rd April 2561 at the temple Wat Sotorn Woraram (Wat LP Sotorn).
This first ever edition comissioned by Wat Saman Ratanaram, was released in Blessing Ceremony at the temle of Wat Sotorn itself, in limited series, with a number of different models of Rian Sema coins, in Pim Lek and Pim Yai small and larger models, along with the classic LP Sotorn Loi Ongk wearable statuettes, and also two kinds of large Bucha statues (5 and 9 inch bases).
The edition was given permission to be released, to ingress funds for a grand fundraising project to build a large Hospital for the sick and needy. 1000 Million Baht is needed to build the hospital (about 32 million dollars), which shows how meritorious the Abbot is, to attempt and be halfway through succeeding in such a high goal oriented mission of compassionate giving.
Free Registered Airmail Shipping Worldwide is included. The Luang Por Sotorn Statuettes were released in Solid Gold (pre-order and sold out before release), Solid Silver with Satin Powder Finish, and Nuea Tong Daeng Sacred Copper. In addition a series of Sacred Powder and metallic Roop Khai oval amulets were made, and some Look Om Sacred Wishing Balls.
A non-listed special series of Rian Sema coins were also made as a Gammagarn Special Donation Sponsor series which was not officially available or released as individual amulets, and was only available for larger sponsorship donators,. The special Gammagarn models are differentiated by the ancient Khmer Sanskrit (Khom) Code Stamp of the Letter Sor (Khom Sanskrit S), engraved on the rear face of the Sema coin series.
The Loi Ongk Statuette is in Nava Loha, and is one of four kinds released iin different substances; 1. Solid Gold 2. Nuea Sam Kasat (Bronze Silver and Gold Plating), Nuea Ngern (Solid Silver), and 4. Nuea Nava Loha (9 Sacred Artifact Metals). The Gammagarn Special coins series, which was not officially available or released as individual amulets, and was only available for larger sponsorship donators, and is differentiated by the ancient Khmer Sanskrit (Khom) Code Stamp of the Letter Sor (Khom Sanskrit S), engraved on the rear face. The Rian Sema Amulets, were made in Pim Lek and Pim Yai, with the Pim Yai being a medium sized amulet measuring 3 x 2.5 Cm, and the Pim Lek measuring 2.5 x 1.5 Cm.
Wat Saman Ratanaram is a very large and highly revered temple, in Chachoeng Sao, close to the temple of Wat Sotorn itself, that is visited by millions of Buddhists and Brahman Hindu Devotees from around the world. Famed for its Giant Ganesha, Nagas, Paya Chang elephant, Mae Kwan Yin Bodhisattva (Guan Im in Thai), and Pra Rahu Sacred Statues.
The Luang Por Sotorn Buddha of Wat Sotorn in Bang Pakong, Thailand, was one of the Famous 5 Sacred Thai Buddhas found Miraculously floating down the river.
The Buddha was invited to reside in the Temple in an Official Ceremony according to Ancient Traditions. A Monk was found who knew the method of Inviting, and the Buddha was raised up to be installed within the Temple.
Once the Buddha was installed, it was seen to be a Buddha made in the Lan Chang Era. Because it was not overly large to steal, the Monks were worried about its safety and so made a thick outer casing of cement and covered it in gold, to make the Image larger and heavier, rendering impossible to steal.
The Image of the Luang Por Sotorn Buddha is one of the five most Sacred Buddha Images of Thailand and seen as one of the ‘Pra Koo Baan Koo Mueang’ (Nationally Favored and Connected to Culture) Buddha Images, and one of the most Highly Collected and Officially recognized amulets in Thai History.
The light-ray-like effect, and stiffness of the metallic surface of the amulet around the Buddha, forms an aura that is both beautiful to behold, as well as making the amulet impossible to forge or commit an act of fakery, for only the top quality sacred metals, and the best and most expensive form of block press mold casting, can reproduce this quality and effect on the surface sheen of an amulet.
All Amulets of this Genre become Rare Collectors Items as Time Passes and are seen as a Family Blessing to have in the House, as well as a very secure Investment for ones Children to Inherit.
Luang Por Sotorn Amulets have their own Niche Genre and Collector Circles, which has now become an International Scene. The casting and empowerment of the Luang Por Sotorn Amulets, was made according to the Traditional Method that has been practiced throughout all Generations of Pra Luang Por Sothorn Amulets and Buddha Images. The Chanuan Muan Sarn used for the Casting of the amulets was made from a grand selection of Sacred Alchemical metals, blessed by a Host of Guru Masters.
Below; Guru Masters contributing Blessings Yantra Foils and Chanuan, and pictures of the Sacred Muan Sarn used in the making of the Pra Luang Por Sotorn amulets.
The Pra Luang Por Sotorn Buddha, is, much like the Buddha Chinarat, attributed to many lifesaving miracles which have happened over the years in the past and present, and considered to be a very powerful amulet for protection of oneself and one’s household, and especially good for protection when traveling (Klaew Klaad), to evade all deadly dangers. LP Sotorn is of course, also a Buddhanussati amulet, for practitioners of meditation and the followers of the teachings of the Buddha (Buddha-Dhamma) to remember their precepts through the act of wearing the amulet, as a reminder to remain mindful of one’s precepts.
The Buddhanussati (remembrance of Buddha’s Enlightenment), serves to inspire the practitioner in meditation and practice of the Buddhist Sammappadhāna (four right exertions), such as Dhāna (generosity practice) Marananussati (Mindfulness of the Uncertainty of Life, and when the moment of Death will come, as a reminder to remain skilful in one’s own deeds, for a karma-Free Conscience). It is a clear conscience that allows the mind to still itself through mindfulness of breath, and this is why Sila (Precepts, are one of the three important factors to develop and accumulate according to Lord Buddha’s teaching.
The Four Right Exertions (Sammappadhāna), are associated with the Noble Eightfold Path’s factor of “right effort” (sammā-vāyāma) and the Five Spiritual Faculties’ faculty of “energy” (virya – an attitude of gladly engaging in wholesome activities, to cause one to accomplish wholesome or virtuous actions.),and, are one of the seven sets of Qualities Conducive to Enlightenment.
An All-Time Auspicious Classic Thai Buddhist Amulet, belonging to the Top 5 Most Sacred Buddha Images in the whole Nation, and is perhaps along with Pra Luang Por Chinarat Buddha, and the Emerald Buddha, the top three Sacred Buddhas of Thai History.
Above; Bucha statues released for this Hospital Building edition, for the Grand Hospital for the sick and needy, which requires 1000,000,000 Thai Baht to build the hospital, and which is in continuous need of assistance through Dhana (generosity of Buddhist Devotees). Anyone wishinig to donate to the temple directly who is in Thailand with a mobile phone, can donate 50 Baht per time by calling *679# on mobile phone (make sure 50 Baht credit is on the phone, for the donation to be successfully transferred). The Kata Luang Por Sotorn video tutorial and the video of the Invitation of LP Sotorn to come from the water to the temple are available after purchase in your account in the files tab section.
When speaking of the sacred crocodile Animist Charm, the Wicha Jorakhae sorcerous crocodile spell of Pra Kroo Samun Tam, can be said to be synonimous with the name of the temple of Wat Khao Galoke. Pra Kroo Samun Tam is the first ever abbot of Wat Khao Galoke, and ordained at age 31 in the year 2522 BE, as Wat Tamma Pracharam with the Great Luang Por Tong Sukh of Wat Sapan Sung as his Upachaya Ordaining Officer, Luang Por Phaew, of Wat Tanode Luang as his Pra Gammawajajarn Prompting Officer, and Luang Por Pan of Wat Tamma pracharam as his Anusawanajarn Witness. The Paya Jorakhae Aathan of Wat Khao Galoke is so popular that it has been made in more than a dozen or so editions.
The Jorakhae Akom most probably Represents the Chalawan Giant Crocodile, who ate his fill and grew to giant size, and was a highly feared Deified beast of Thai Folk Tales and Literary Fable. They are a very rare kind of animist charm to find made, for so few masters possess the Wicha. This makes them very special because of their rarity and exclusivity, and of this particular Niche of the Thai amulet scene. Apart from this, we should look at the magical properties all the magic spell used in this very ancient animist Charm. The Jorakhae is of course a type of Mara (Underworld being), and thus protects against other Maras during the time it serves you.
11th edition Jorakhae Wat Khao Galoke 2556 BE in Nuea Tong Hlueang
The first edition was released in Nuea Tong Daeng Rom Dam only, with 6000 made, on 1st January of the year 2550 BE, 6000 amulets made, with the words ‘Wat Khao Galoke embossed. The edition was so successful and popular, that a second edition was required.
The 2nd edition was released in the same year on the 10th of May 2550 BE, with 4,400 amulets made in Nuea Tong Hlueang, and Nuea Tong Lueang Rom Dam. This edition also depleted fast, and made a third edition necessary, to fulfil the needs of the devotees who missed out on the first two editions.
This third edition was then released on the 28th October 2550 BE in the same year as the first edition, with 10,999 made in Nuea Tong Hlueang, . Then a 5,999 in Nuea Tong Hlueang Rom Dam, and 1000 made in Nuea Tong Daeng.
Paya Jorakhae 3rd edition Wat Khao Galoke Nuea Tong Daeng
Below; special ongk kroo version of third edition Jorakhae Akom Wat Khao Galoke in Nuea Tong Hlueang Rom Dam immersed in Green Prai Oil
Paya Jorakhae amulet Pra Kroo Samun Tam Wat Khao Galoke
The Fourth edition was also released in the very same year during the ceremony of receiving the Royal Pat Yos Monk’s Fan of Status. This 4th edition came after the third edition depleted, much to everyones’s surprise (considering many more than the previous editions were made to avoid depletion). By this time, the Jorakhae Akom of Wat Khao Galoke had become nationally famous, and was in demand around the whole country.
So the 4th edition was blessed and released on 13th December 2550 BE with 500 made in Nuea Tong Daeng, and 100 made in Nuea Tong Hlueang. This edition had crocodile with open mouth like the third edition, but is rarer top find due to less numbers.
The 5th edition was made with much larger numbers and released on 13th April 2551 BE with 15,000 amulets made in Nuea Tong Hlueang, 13,000 in Nuea Tong Hlueang Rom Dam, and 2000 made in Nuea Tong Daeng.
The 6th edition is identified by the fact the crocodile is holding three lotus flowers in its mouth.The 6th edition was blessed and empowered and released on 11th June 2561 BE. 4,500 amulets were made in Nuea Tong Hlueang Rom dam, and 3000 in Nuea Tong Hlueang, with only 500 being made in Nuea Tong Daeng.
The 7th edition was released on 13th April 2551 BE, with 12,935 amulets made in Nuea Tong Hlueang Rom Dam, 6000 in Nuea Tong Hlueang, and 6000 in Nuea Tong Daeng. Since then there have been various editions released occasionaly over the years (up to 14 editions), continuing the Dtamra of the Paya Jorakhae Wat Khao Galoke.
Presenting a rare limited edition amulet that is now an extreme rarity, from back in the year 2553 BE, from an extremely powerful Master; the Takrut Hnang Suea Kroeng Tiger Takrut Amulet of LP Derm Lineage Master and Adept of the Surin Khmer Occult Arts, Luang Phu Nong Tammachodto, for Protection and Power – useful for those in positions of command, in need of more personal power and influence, promotion seeking, as well as for those who have dangerous professions, such as Police, Army, Bodyguards and Civil Servants. Anti Black Magick and Poksap Prosperity is also a Magickal Property of the Tiger Wicha.
Takrut Hnang Suea Kroeng Luang Phu Nong
Blessed in the Sao Ha Fifth Lunar Saturday Edition of the year 2553 BE, by Luang Phu Nong of Wat Wang Sri Tong in Sra Gaew, who is the nephew and direct Wicha inheritor of the Great Luang Por Derm of Wat Nong Po, and who is so highly renowned for his powers of Fire Kasina Magic. The Takrut has been sealed with Krang Paste on each end which is a magical admixture full of Maha Pokasap power, as well as possessing anti black magick powers to seal the spell and defend it against any other magick.
Luang Phu Nong Tammachodto of Wat Wang Sri Tong
Luang Phu Nong is one of Thailand’s Oldest Gaeji Ajarn who is extremely popular for his magical amulets. Luang Phu Nong Tammachodto is the true nephew of luang Por Derm (Wat Nong Po) and recieved direct Wicha magical training from his Uncle. Luang Por Nongs amulets are both powerfully made according to the Wicha of Luang Por Derm
Tiger Takrut for Power Invincibility Promotion Protection and Status LP Nong
Tiger Takrut are becoming extremely rare to obtain these days, for obvious reasons. All tiger used in Thai Temples for amulets are from of Tigers that died a natural death and had the skins donated, and are legal. This amulet comes with steel capped transparent tubular casing included.
Wicha Suea amulets possess immense Anti Black Magick, and Maha Amnaj Commanding Power, to Increase Status and Gain Promotion in the Profession. This of course also indirectly increases one’s wealth through raise in income which comes with rise in Status. Suea amulets are powerful talismans to protect the wearer from all worldly and unworldly dangers. Those who are in positions of command or office, or who need to increase their status and influence over others, will be well served with this item.
Tiger Takrut 2553 BE Luang Phu Nong Tammachodto
Highly Recommended for those who are in positions of command or administration, and those who need to exude power and influence, and for those who risk their lives in conflicts. Those who need to get noticed more, or need to get more respect from others are highly recommended for this kind of amulet.
Those who wear Tiger Sak Yant Tattoos are especially recommended to use this kind of amulet, as well as Martial Artists and Muay Thai Warriors, and those in Positions of Command, and to use Kata Suea and Kata for Sak Yant to empower their own Command, and Achieve Victory in all Endeavours.
Kata Hua Jai Suea Maha Amnaj – Incantation for the Tiger of Commanding Dominion and Power.
Two new arrivals of Sacred Thai Takrut Amulets arrived in store today, of great deceased masters. The highly renowned Black Laquered with gold leaf Takrut Kong Grapan Chadtri, and Red laquer with gold leaf cord bound Takrut Metta of Luang Por Jamlong (Wat Chedi Daeng), and a rare example of the famous Chueak Takrut Koo Ud Look Sakot Nuea Dtakua double Takrut with 6 Look Sakot alchemical leaden alloy magic seal beads, on cord belt/necklace, from the Legendary Luang Por Koon, of Wat Ban Rai
Below; Chueak Takrut Koo Ud Look Sakot Nuea Dtakua Luang Por Koon Wat Ban Rai
This Twin Takrut Tone Tong Daeng Compendium Wicha, with 6 Look Sakot Spellbinder beads in Alchemical Leaden Alloy, from the Great Luang Por Koon, of Wat Ban Rai in Nakorn Rachasima, is an early era amulet, and an extremely rare artifact to encounter in any circumstance.
The Takrut are bound to a green Chueak Kart Aew cord belt, as a compendium. The set is comprised of two sacred copper alloy Takrut Tone Yantra Scroll Spells, measuring 3.5 Inches being from a small hand made batch, which were empowered with hand inscriptions and given the individual blessings of one of the Greatest Masters in Living Memory, Luang Por Koo Bparisutto.
Below; Takrut Tone Mad Chueak Long Rak Pid Tong, leaden Takrut Yantra scroll spell wrapped with magical cord binding, black herbal laquer coating and gold leaf blessing, from Luang Por Jamlong, of Wat Chedi Daeng
The Takrut was made in two different colours; black for Kong Grapan Chadtri , and also had a red version for Metta Mahaniyom. This is the Black version for Kong Grapan Protection and Invincibility
Below; Takrut Metta Long Rak Chart Pid Tong Luang Por Jamlong Traimas Edition
Below; Luang Por Jamlong Wat Chedi Daeng Blessing a devotee (Looksit) with Kong Grapan Chadtri Magic
Presenting a Very Special Edition amulet, the Sacred Tiger of the Lineage Wicha of the Great Luang Por Parn (Wat Bang Hia/Bang Bor), blessed on an auspicious Sao Ha Lunar Saturday on the 1st Aprll 2560 BE in Buddha Abhiseka by Luang Por Chan Inmudto, the abbot of Wat Bang Bor (Wat Bang Hia), with additional blessings by other great monks, in a total of three blessing Ceremonies.
The Suea Payak is made from Nuea Rae Lek Nam Pi Sacred Kayasiddhi elemental substance, using the ancient methods of empowerment, using the secrets of the Wicha Luang Por Parn.
The first Ceremony was held at Wat Ka Long with Luang Por Chan (Wat Bang Bor), and the other monks present to assist, and was performed within the Wiharn (Vihara shrine) of the large statue of Luang Por Parn. The second ceremony was held again at Wat Ka Long, also in the shrine of Luang Por Parn (Wat Bang Bor) which is situated at the temple. It was here during the second ceremony at Wat Ka Long, that a special empowerment was performed by Luang Por Foo, of Wat Bang Samak.
Apart from blessings by Luang Por Chan (Wat Bang Bor), and Luang Por Foo, the amulets were also empowered by Luang Por Sanan, of Wat Ka Long, Luang Por Anan, of Wat Bang Plee Noi, and Luang Phu Sin, of Wat Laharn Yai. The third Buddha Abhiseka was held once again in front of the Shrine Building at Wat Ka Long on the 1st April 2017 (2560 BE), with Luang Por Chan, abbot of Wat Bang Bor, and holder of the Wicha Luang Por Parn, presiding over the Ceremony.
It is not possible to speak of Tiger amulets without thinking of and mentioning the great Luang Por Parn of Wat Bang Hia (now ‘Wat Bang Bor’), whose famous tiger tooth and cartved tiger amulets, and Loi Ongk Statuettes are considered to belong to the top 5 Masters for tiger amulets in all Thai Buddhist Amulet making history. This Wicha Suea of Luang Por Parn was continued by his Wicha Inherotors and Looksit, and by the abbots of the Wat Bang Bor lineage, and derives from even long before that, through a long line of abbots. The Wicha now resides with Luang Por Chan, the abbot in the present time at Wat Bang Bor.
The amulet is encased in sealed transparent acrylic bubble with a micron gold plated frame and pendant hoop attached, ready for wearing, and comes with original box from the Temple.
Luang Por Parn was one of the Great Master Guru Monks of his Era (2368 – 2543 BE), and the originator of the Wicha for Tiger Amulet empowerment of this Lineage, using the Wicha of Wat Bang Hia. Wat Bang Hia had its name changed sometime in the modern era, to ‘Wat Bang Bor’ because of the impolite double meaning of the word ‘Hia’ which apart from meaning ‘monitor lizard’ (of which many lived near the temple in olden days), the word ‘Hia’ also means ‘Villain’.
Wat Bang Hia is of course a World famous Historical Temple of Monumental Status in the Amulet Scene for the fact that this was the temple of Luang Por Parn, Master Wicha holder of making famous Tiger Tooth and Carved Tiger amulets, whose amulets are now of the ‘Maha Sethee’ Millionaire master Class. It was the Great Luang Por Parn who was the Mentor and Teacher in Wicha to Luang Por Nok of Wat Sangkasi, who is a Classic Olden Days Master of Legendary Status in his own right, and whose Tiger Teeth Talismans also carry immense Serm Baramee and Maha Amnaj Power.
Kata Hua Jai Suea Maha Amnaj – Incantation for the Tiger of Commanding Dominion and Power.
Gur Ru Su Gu
Wicha Suea amulets possess immense Anti Black Magick, and Maha Amnaj Commanding Power, to Increase Status and Gain Promotion in the Profession. This of course also indirectly increases one’s wealth through raise in income which comes with rise in Status. Suea amulets are powerful talismans to protect the wearer from all worldly and unworldly dangers.
Buddha Abhiseka Ceremony and Blessings
Above; Luang Por Chan during the first Ceremony at Wat Bang Bor
Below; Second Buddha Abhiseka with Luang Por Sanan and Luang Por Foo at Wat Ka Long
Above four Guru Masters involved in the blessing and empowerment of the Muan Sarn, in clockwise from top left; Luang Por Anan (Wat Bang Plee Noi), Luang Phu Sin (Wat Laharn Yai), Luang Por Foo (Wat Bang Samak), and Pra Bai Diga Sanan (Wat Ka Long)
Above: the final Buddha Abhiseka ceremony presided over by Luang Por Chan (Wat Bang Bor), in front of the Shrine of Luang Por Parn at the Temple of Wat Ka Long
Those who are in positions of command or office, or who need to increase their status and influence over others, will be well served with this item. Highly Recommended for those who are in positions of command or administration, and those who need to exude power and influence, and for those who risk their lives in conflicts.
Those who need to get noticed more, or need to get more respect from others are highly recommended for this kind of amulet. Those who wear Tiger Sak Yant Tattoos are especially recommended to use this kind of amulet, as well as Martial Artists and Muay Thai Warriors, and those in Positions of Command, and to use Kata Suea and Kata for Sak Yant to empower their own Command, and Achieve Victory in all Endeavours.
Great News for Devotees of Lanna Master Monk Kroo Ba Dech Gidtiyano, of the Samnak Songk Pha Cha Ban Radtanakosin, in Lampang; many of the long since depleted amulets of early editions are now back in storte (in limited numbers) after we found a small repository during one of our reconnaissance missions.
Takrut Sanaeh Hoeng Prai Gao Burut Chae Nam Man Aathan Chern Dtagon – 9 Phantoms Amulet Soaked in Prai Oil from 9 Funeral Pyres + Magic Powder Filled- Kroo Ba Dech
Kumarn Faed Koo Aathan Sud Hian – Nuea Pong Maha Phuudt Prai 9 Pha Cha – Gold Takrut – Kroo Ba Dech Gidtiyano 2555 BE Free Casing
Look Om Perd Toranii Perd Loke Hor Pha Sop Banju Nai Prasat Ngan Plerng Luang Phu Sawad – Kroo Ba Dech Gidtiyano
Mae Bper Khmer Animist Maha Sanaeh Charm with Anti Black Magic and Wealth Increase – K.B. Dech Gidtiyano
Nam Man Prai Aathan Sakot Rak Sakot Jai Saen Saneha Wicha Por Hnan Kam – Kroo Ba Dech 2552 BE
See Pheung Nam Man Prai Gao Burut Pichit Jai Nang Takrut Na Jai Orn – Nine Lustful Phantoms Necromantic Potion to Conquer the Heart – Kroo Ba Dech
Takrut Sethee Luang (Royal Milionaire Yantra Foil) for Improving Business, Gambling and Lottery – Kroo Ba Dech Gidtiyano
Wua Tanu Nuea Din Aathan Ud See Pheung Nam Man Prai – Kroo Ba Dech Gidtiyano – Samnak Songk Pha Cha Radtanakosin
You can choose from the amulets by visiting the Kroo Ba Dech store category which we have inserted in the post below, where many of our customers have written to us to request the return of these amulets in the store. The amulets of Kroo Ba Dech have been Internationally acclaimed since well over a decade with many devotees in Singapore, Malaysia, Hongk Kong, China and Taiwan counting amongst his fold.
The power of his amulets has proved itself to be authentic over the many years that people have been using his amulets, which is the real reason for his long standing fame as a powerful sorceror-monk. His amulets adhere to the ancient methods of creation and empowerment, with full attention to ritual ceremony in accordance with the rules of the Dtamra Saiyawaet Grimoires of Occult Sorcery.
Rian Sema Kreung Ongk Guru Monk coin amulet from Luang Por Uttama, from the Pat Yos edition, released in Buddha Abhiseka Ceremony in the year 2525 BE.
The amulet is cast from Nuea Tong Daeng Rom Dam, which is a Sacred copper alchemical alloy, with a black oily surface sheen. The coin is cast in traditional ‘Rian Sema’ medallion shape with decorative edges.
The front face of the amulet features a head and shoulders cameo (‘Kreung Ongk’), of the great Luang Por Uttama, of Wat Wang Wiwekaram, in Kanjanaburi.
Luang Por Uttama (Pra Maha Uttama Rampo Bhikkhu) was one of the Mon hilltribe people’s top Master Monks and is highly revered by both Mon, Burmese and Thai people on both sides of the Thai Burmese border. Wat Wangwiwekaram is popularly known by local people of the Kanjanaburi district as ‘Wat Luang Por Uttama’.
The temple of Wat Wangwiwekaram was built by Luang Por Uttama himself in 2504, with the help of some devotees who were Gahriang (Karen), and Mon tribe people. The temple was completed in 6 months, and was at first only a ‘samnak songk’ (sangha office) because it was not yet officially recognized by the Buddhist Organism.
Once it had been officially categorized by the Buddhist Organism as a ‘Wat’ (temple) in 2505 BE, Luang Por gave the name of the temple by using the name of the old municipality (wiwangka) calling the temple ‘Wat Wangwiwekaram’.
Honors Recieved by Luang Por Uttama
In 2513 BE, Luang Por began building the Uposadha (shrine room/chapel), baking and laying the bricks himself.
After this, in 2518, he built a chedi that was a replica of the Bodhgaya stupa in India, which he finished in 2519 BE.
In 2504 he began as the head abbot of Wat Wangwiwekaram
In 2505, he was also appointed Abbot of Wat Sri Suwannaram
in 2509 he was appointed the status of Pra Gamma Wajajarn (vice Upachaya)
In 2511 he was promoted to Upachaya status (only an Upachaya can ordain others as monks).
In 2512, he was given the name of ‘Pra Kroo Udom Sit Ajarn – Jao Kana Tambon Chan To (vice head monk of the Municipality), by Royal Decree.
In 2516, he was appointed ‘Jao Kana Tambon Chan Eak’ (Head monk of the Municipality), by Royal Decree.
In 2524, he was appointed Pra Racha Kana by Royal Decree and recieved the honors from Pra Udom Sangworn Thaera (Pra Sangkharacha, the head monk of all Thailand and head monk of the Royal Palace).
In 2534 he was promoted to the even higher status of Pra Racha Udom Mongkol.
Luang Por Uttama was a highly revered monk of both the Mon Hilltribe and the Thai People, and was known for his extreme diligence in the practices of a renunciant mendicant monk, and for his great purity, and simplicity of living.
His devotees revere his amulets with the highest degree of faith. His amulets are varied ranging from sacred powder,, to monk coins, from Takrut and animist talismans, to his most famous blessed rosaries, and all are very rare to come across in any situation.
His mastery of the Wicha Tam Prakam Saksit Sacred Rosary Blessing and Empowerment is legendary, and it is perhaps his rosaries that are amongst the most well known of his amulets, and which serve not only to protect and increase good fortune, but are a practical tool for the devotee to use for Prayer, Chanting Sutras, and for Meditation Practice with Kata Chanting.
Luang Por Uttama was the Kroo Ba Ajarn of Luang Por Naen of Wat Salud, who is in his own right famous for the empowerment and blessing of sacred Buddhist Rosaries, who can be seen receiving Wicha and co-empowering a batch of Rosaries with Luang Por Uttama in the below picture.
Above; Luang Por Naen of Wat Salud recieving Wicha Tam Prakam from Luang Por Uttama, in the year 2526 BE
Hwaen Dtakror Pirod Niw – Magic rings of protection woven from sacred Rattan which miraculously survived a forest fire unscathed. This Wicha of Kong Grapan Chadtri anf Klaew Klaad Evasive Protection is effective as a protective spell against all forms of black magic, sorcery, evil eye, demons and physical dangers, which derive from weapons of war, sharp and blunt instruments. Klaew Klaad Evasive Magic is also inflected to prevent any deadly accidents or disasters from befalling the wearer.
Magic Sorcery Rings of Protection – Pra Ajarn Waet Surint
Pra Ajarn Waet Surint performed the Invocations and Empowerment whilst he personally wove the rings into shape, with Spellbound Incantations performed upon each single weave of each thread of the knotwork, to bind the rings with containment forces of impermability and evasive tendencies. Pra Ajarn Waet was so diligent as to perform the weaving if the rings himself with each and every ring, in order to constantly empower them with incantations and the turning of the four elements.
Klaew Klaad Evasive Magic is also inflected to prevent any deadly accidents or disasters from befalling the wearer. The ring offers Protection against Black Magic, and all forms of Sorcery, Curses, Evil Eye, Demons. Protection and Evasion from all Physical Dangers, all sharp and projectile weapons, and especially death by fire and burning.
Hwaen Pirod Kong Grapan Chadtri Klaew Klaad
This kind of magic spell, is woven into a finger ring made from wild ratten, is a very ancient form of Magical Sorcery, from very long before the Siamese Kingdom existed and was used by Wally is in ancient times throughout the Southeast Asian continent, and particularly later, during the times of war between the Kingdoms of the Khmer and Siam. This magic spell is also made as an arm band, called a ‘Prajiad’ which was, and is indeed still in ceremonial form, worn by Muay Thai boxers, and was worn into battle by warriors of olden days.
Both kinds of me let use the same form of magic spell which consists of entwinement and binding spells, with Maha Ud, Kong Grapan Chadtri and Klaew Klaad Powers. The material used for the making of these magical rings of protection, were made from a wild rattan tree that was found completely unscathed and unharmed, standing right in the middle of a blackened, burned wasteland, which was the smouldering remains resulting from a forest fire. This tree was the only thing untouched by the forest fire, which laid everything to waste in its path, burning everything to ashes, except for this sacred plant, which was then collected, and used for the making of these magic rings.
Sacred Sorceror’s Ring of Protection by Pra Ajarn Waet Surint
The fact that the tree survived such a terrible forest fire, without being harmed in any way, despite the fact that everything else in its proximity, was burned to ashes, is considered a minor miracle. This tree is according to the principles of South East Ancient Animist Sorcery, hence considered to have immense power of Kong Grapan Chadtri and Klaew Klaad, as well as possessing Mercy Charm (Metta Maha Niyom).
The ring, if too small to fit on the finger, should be worn around the neck on the pendant chain, or can be carried in the pocket, for concealement. Being generally small in size, they can be encased in waterproof casing, or, be just placed inside the pocket. Wearing the amulet concealed inside one’s pocket, is very popular with many members of the military, due to the fact, that these days, one is not allowed to wear a ring whilst in service, or in battle.
Very few guru masters possess this particular magic spell, or its methods of making in the present day. It can almost be said to have nearly died out in its entirety, as a form of magic spell. For this reason, Pra Ajarn Waet Surint, is performing a meritorious act of preserving this most Ancient Wicha, which in times of Modern Warfare, is no longer used officially, as it was in Olden Days. Ths Wicha as old as that all of Sak Yant sacred geometry tattoos, which also dates thousands of years back in the history of South East Asian occultism.
Hwaen Dtakror Protective Ring of Sorcerous Power
Pra Ajarn Waet Surint, is a Pracitioner who does not self indulge much, and hence has a rather drawn apoearance due to his hard practice in both Dhamma and in Sorcery.
Pra Ajarn Waet Surint Blessing Amulets.
To see this kind of amulet, is these days in any case extremely rare. For this reason, as well as for it’s immense ancient sacred powers the Amulets, is also highly collectible and then extremely interesting item to possess as an exhibit, in one’s personal showcase.
A look at the latest amulets added this 24th of December 2014. Some surprising appearances of older amulets, which we did not expect to be able to put back in stock have reappeared for those who missed them the first time around; Lockets from Luang Phu Nong, Pra Khun Phaen Prai Kumarn from Luang Phu In, Bua Bang Bai Prai Deva Seduction Charms, and a new appearance of Hwaen Dtakror magic rings of protection, from Pra Ajarn Waet Surint.
Bua Bang Bai – Ajarn Suntorn Phueak Tiang
Two kinds of Bua Bang Bai have been added, one from Ajarn Suntorn, and one from Pra Ajarn Num of Wat Bang Waek, also blessed by Ajarn Prakong.
Bua Bang Bai – Pra Ajarn Num Wat Bang Waek
Bua Bang Bai Lotus Leaf Fairy – Wat Bang Waek
Some Lockets from the Traimas 2553 Ceremony at Wat Wang Sri To g by Luang Phu Nong Tammachodto
Locket Luang Phu Nong
Some Mitmor Por Gae Lersi Dta Fai Ritual Knives.
Mitmor Por Gae Lersi Dta Fai
Some Magic Rings (Hwaen Dtakror) for Protection and Evasion, from Pra Ajarn Waet Surint.
Magic Rattan Rings from Ora Ajarn Waet Surint
And the last Khun Phaen Pong Prai Kumarn Ongk Kroo from Luang Phu In, of Wat Nong Meg.
Khun Phaen Prai Kumarn Luang Phu In Wat Nong Meg
Below you can enjoy a video with narrative from Ajarn Spencer Littlewood.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Esto se puede ver unos imágenes y un video de los próximos amuletos de sustancia Ataman Karina que se añadaran a amuletos Tailandés nuestra página web .
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 Mönche
Luang Por Prohm has made these Mai Kroo and Kata Prohm magic wands and scepters from sacred holy woods, sacred powders, takrut spells, and ‘Paetch Na Tang’, a metallic element found in the earth considered by people of the South to be a kind of lek laikaya siddhi elemental with the spirit of a great yogi (lersi) within it.
The Kata Prohm is usable as a bucha item on the altar, and also as a ritual wand, for bestowing blessings, protective spells, making prayer water, and empowering other objects with. The wand can be used to lay on objects (such as the wares for sale in your store to improve sales, or your car, for protection from danger and thieves, the entrances to the house to block black magic). Can be used for exorcisms and to remove black magic spells, free ghosts from their haunts.
The head of the wand has a four faced Brahma head made from smelted metals from various ancient artifacts, amulets and yantra foils, which were empowered with the Brahma deity presence.
The wooden handle of the wand is made from a very rare sacred magical holy tree, which was given a bucha ceremony to ask the inhabitant deva to donate its wooden body for making wooden wands with, so as to help reduce human suffering and thus attain merits for the deva of the tree, too. The wooden body is filled with sacred resins, powders, and a takrut spell, to lend various additional powers of sorcery to the wand. The wand possesses all powers, like metta mahaniyom, maha sanaeh, choke lap, kong grapan, klaew klaad, and gae khun sai (anti black magic).
Only a very few wands were made indeed, and little news of this edition of special ritual wands was given. Hence, this is a rare chance to own a real sacred ritual wand with real magical powers from the Samnak Khao Or school of sorcery.
Please note that this is not a replica, for this is the real thing. The series were made as Pra Kan (ritual sceptre) and Mai Kroo (magical wand) with either Brahma or Por Gae invocations. Some wands have Brahma heads (‘kata’/’pra kan’), and some have plain rounded heads (‘mai kroo’/’dtapot’). They were made in various sizes ranging from 3 inches to 15 inches.
The wands are blessed by Luang Por Prohm and a selection of some of the top Khao Or masters of Wat Ban Suan. Together they performed the taewa pisek and Putta pisek empowerment ceremony.
Wat Ban Suan is the home of Khao Or magic and the root lineage center of the great master of Khao Or magic, Luang Por Kong. Luang Por Prohm is the abbot of Wat Ban Suan, and the direct lineage looksit, who continues the Khao Or tradition, which is the greatest and most famous Southern school of sorcery in Thailand.
He learned his wicha from Luang Por Kong directly, who was in fact also the kroo ba ajarn in wicha saiyasart (sorcery) to Ajarn Iad of Wat Don Sala. Both temples of Wat Don Sala (Wat Por Tan Nam) and Wat Ban Suan are pure Khao Or sorcery schools of magic derived from the same kroo ba ajarn, Luang Por Kong.
View the Kata Sri Maha Prohm (Magic Brahma Wand made from Holy Wood) in various sizes and materials in our store here:
The first edition of python takruts of Luang Phu In was released in 2552 BE, and due to the immense demand of his looksit (devotees), the first batch soon ran out of stock completely. Since this left many of Luang Phu In’s followers empty handed, three years later a second edition of these extraodinary takruts was released in 2554 BE. Soon after the second edition was released, many stories of success were reported by people who had a takrut ngu hlueam of Luang Phu In in their possession. Thus, in 2555 BE, a third edition of the famous takrut ngu hlueam came out. The magical effects of the third edition seem highly similar to the previous two editions; the takruts turn out to be highly effective and very useful for gambling and lottery play, but just as well as for business purposes, and even as a love charm.
Just like the 2552 BE and 2554 BE editions, the 2555 BE edition python takrut has a double layered leaden scroll spell rolled up inside a piece of genuine python skin. This python skin is inscribed with Angkhara Khom characters resembling Khmer magical spells, and also contains incantations of the kata ‘Akarn 32’, and ‘Taat 4’ reanimator spell. And, of course, the takrut is immersed in a highly concentrated dose of prai oils, and then sealed in a plastic waterproof case. The mixture of prai oils used for this particular edition makes the takrut even more powerful due to the high concentration of hluem chae nam man prai, which functions as a potentially strong charm oil.
Hence, the takrut immersed in powerful prai oil, emanates positive vibrations of metta, which naturally give rise to people’s interest in your presence. This also has to do with the natural magical qualities that are attributed to the python, for it is said that the skin of a python is endowed with aspects of metta mahaniyom and maha sanaeh magic. Yet it also includes klaew klaad evasion magic, since the slippery skin makes it hard for its opponent to keep hold of the python in a fight, whilst the python can also slip through the grip of its opponent, and can thus easily escape any counter attack. Furthermore, the snake’s scales form an armoured element for a bulletproof and pierce proof skin, which thus demonstrates the qualities of kong grapan magic inherent within the python’s skin. Moreover, the python skin wrapped around Luang Phu In’s takrut protects the wearer from poisonous animals, insects, evil spirits, and black magic.
If one was to name which amulet Luang Phu In is most famous for, it would be rather difficult to choose between three or four different types of wicha Luang Phu In has mastered. Mainly because he has indeed proved himself to be a great master of many different wicha, including the paetch payatorn, khun phaen, palad khik hua chamot, hun payont, kumarn tong, and many other amulets. Though when talking about Luang Phu In’s best amulets, one should not forget to mention his magical attraction oil, i.e. his famous prai oil. But it can perhaps be said that Luang Phu In’s rarest and most sought after amulet is possibly the takrut ngu hlueam (python takrut). The main reason for this is probably the fact that this particular takrut is endowed with many different powers, and is also popular for its success with gamblers, love seekers, salesmen, and even with those who face danger and need protection, such as victims of black magic. However, the takrut ngu hlueam is most of all one of the preferred magical tools of the professional gambler.
Each takrut differs slightly due to hand inscription.
Kata bucha ‘Wattumongkol Nia Kajia Maha Sanaeh’ (for all maha sanaeh amulets by Luang Phu In)
Om Nga Om Nga Aehi Bpiyang Ma Ma Maa Maa Chamaa Bpanja Wisu Maedtaa Chamaa Maa Chamaa Mihang Saeto Payaa Ngang Gan Ja.
Maker: Luang Phu In
Magical Effects:Metta mahaniyom, maha pokasap, siang choke, maha sanaeh
Material: Python skin wrapped around leaden yantra foil – immersed in prai oil
Takrut See Gler Suudt Boranajarn (‘Four Comrades Yantra filled with Prai Kumarn Powders’) – Four Positions, Four Uses – 70 Years Anniversary edition of Luang Por Sakorn of Wat Nong Grub 2551 BE.
Takrut See Gler Nuea Dtagua Ud Pong Prai Kumarn, See Pheung Luang Phu Tim, Tian Chai – Nuea Dtagua – leaden yantra foil takrut filled with sacred pong prai kumarn powders, see pheung of Luang Phu Tim, and sealed with tian chai victory candle wax.
The takrut see gler means ‘four comrades takrut‘. It is a very old school wicha that was highly favored by the masters of olden times, as a klaew klaad pong gan pai (protect from, and evade all dangers) amulet.
It uses four lines of kata incantations, whose syllables form a magic square written around a Buddha yantra on leaden foil, which was then filled with sacred powders of Luang Por Sakorn, those of his mentor Luang Phu Tim of Wat Laharn Rai, and a mass of sacred powders of the most rare and sought after varieties from the great masters.
If you have to challenge or defend yourself, wear it on the front, if you must flee or hide, wear it on the back. To approach high ranking officials wear it on the right side, and to charm the opposite (or same) sex, for romance and social preference, wear it on the left side.
The takrut is essentially therefore, a similar wicha to that of the takrut Maha Ruud (‘sliding takrut‘) for the ability to change the purpose or targeted goal of the magic by sliding the takrut around from front to back and side to side around a waist cord.
The takrut should be encased either in cord wrapping,with hoops, or in a stainless steel or acrylic waterproof casing, which have stainless steel rings to attach the takrut to a waist cord as a pendant.
Before wearing each day, chant the Maha Namasakara three times and then chant the kata for the takrut, holding the takrut between the palms of your hand, raised to your forehead between the brows:
Kata Bucha Takrut
Ga Ra Ma Tha Gi Ri Mi Thi Gu Ru Mu Thu Gae Rae Mae Thae.
Then chant three times, and blow on the takrut, making your wishes, and wear it according to your chosen purpose. We recommend using the kata ‘Aaratanaa Pra Krueang’ as a prelude to asking for wishes to be fufilled.
Released in 2551 BE traimas empowerment ceremony along with the 70 years anniversary edition series of amulets. The takrut measures 7.5 cm x 0.75 cm before encasement. The takrut were made in two materials, solid silver (999 made) and in sacred leaden yantra foil (14,999 made).
Luang Por Sakorn is the premier disciple and apprentice in magic to the great Luang Phu Tim Isarago of Wat Laharn Rai, and of Luang Phu Peng of Wat Laharn Yai. He is the current wicha holder, and most popular master for wicha ‘Pra Khun Phaen Prai Kumarn’ of the Luang Phu Tim lineage.
Maker:Luang Por Sakorn, Wat Nong Grub, Rayong
Magical Effects:Klaew klaad, maha ud, kong grapan chadtri, pong gan pai, maha amnaj, maha sanaeh, metta mahaniyom
Material: Leaden yantra foil filled with sacred powders and prai oil balms, ‘holy victory’ candle wax
Ajarn Apichai Decha has made a meritorious bucha image that is rare to find, the hand of the arahant Pra Yulai (in Chinese ‘Yoo Lai Fuor’ – 如来佛, or ‘Yoo Lai Fuor Ju’ – 如来佛祖). The image represents the hand of the Buddha. The Heng Jia monkey god stands in the palm of the hand of Pra Ulai (the Buddha), ‘Subduer of the Mara Demons’. For those who need to subdue enemies, calm down aggressors and receive metta, and shield themselves from all black magic and demons, this is a most original, powerful and auspicious Buddhist amulet.
The image measures 11 cm high x 5.5 cm widest point.
The hand contains the image of the monkey god, who was born of an egg made of stone that was bathed in sunlight for 500 years on a magic mountain (Hua Guo San Mountain), and learned some very powerful wicha, which, when he mastered them he called himself ‘The Most Handsome Monkey King’, and went on the rampage showing off the powers he had mastered. He stole the immortality drink and tried to become the lord of all heaven. But he was to be taught a lesson by Buddha, in a wager. Buddha betting him that he could not jump out of Buddha’s hand. Should the monkey win, he demanded the Jade Emperor’s job that should he lose, the monkey would then be banished to Earth for centuries to learn some humility.
Buddha tricked him into thinking he had found the Five Pillars of Wisdom and got past the Buddha. But then he was to find out that he was not any further than where he started, and that the five pillars he saw, were truly the five fingers of the Buddha, whose hand he was standing on. There are many legends, some of which do not coincide, but the general moral of the legend is that the Heng Jia monkey god was initially very naughty and arrogant, but through learning from his wrong actions and also punishments he recieved, he finally became realized and a good servant of the Dhamma, and ‘The Destroyer of Demons’.
The monkey flew on clouds to the end of the universe, where he saw five pink pillars, which he took to be the end of the world. On the middle pillar he wrote: “The Great Sage Equal of Heaven reached this place”, to prove beyond any doubt he had reached this spot. Figuring it was a long trip back, and being the irrepressible individual he was, he also urinated at the base of the first pillar. Then he returned to face the Buddha. To his shock, the Buddha informed him he had never left Buddha’s hand – and to prove it, the Buddha showed the monkey the writing on his middle finger and the distinctive smell at the bottom of his smallest digit. The monkey tried to renege on the bet, but before he could escape, Buddha pushed him out of the Gate of Heaven; then Buddha changed his five fingers into the five elements (metal, wood, water, fire and earth). They became the five-peaked mountain under which the monkey was trapped, leaving only his head and hands exposed.
The wrist of the Buddha’s hand is wrapped with a bracelet of sinjana cords with a golden takrut attached.
After 500 years he was granted a chance to redeem himself by accompanying the holy man Tripitaka on a journey to the West as his companion and guard. In order to keep him under control, a band of metal was put on his head that Tripitaka could cause to tighten by muttering a chant – while this couldn’t kill the indestructible chimp, it would cause him extreme pain.
This bucha image has powerful Buddha magic to keep away allabamongkoland amanut (‘inauspicious events’ and ‘monstrous beings’). The hand of Pra Urai is protagonized in ‘The Legend of Heng Jia’, the monkey god who tried to pass the Buddha’s hand in competition. In the end, he thought he had arrived past the Buddha’s hand and reached the Five Pillars of Wisdom, but he was then disappointed to find that he was standing on the palm of the hand of Pra Urai, and that the five pillars were the fingers of Urai’s hand. Heng Jia was then punished by being buried under a mountain for 500 years.
Can be placed on a pan kroo (5.5 inches recommended) for bucha.
Maker:Ajarn Apichai Decha
Magical Effects:Serm duang, gae aathan, gan khun sai, klaew klaad, kong grapan, praab Marn
The Takrut Maha Jone was empowered using the dark arts sorcery for which Ajarn Waet’s necromantic amulets have come to be so respected for, and this time, with no strings attached, no punches pulled power, resulting in an amulet that at first hearing, sounds like not only the good, but also the bad, and the ugly can use . In truth, Ajarn Waet has empowered the takrut with the name ‘Kon Dee Chai Dai, Kon Lew Chai Dee’, which although sounds as if it means, ‘good people can use, bad people can use well’, actually means ‘good people will benefit well from using the takrut, and bad people, will become good if they use it’. This is of course a form of Wicha Jone Glab Jai (‘Change the Heart of a Criminal’).
8 Cm Long x 1.5 Cm Diameter
This takrut with such an imposing name is thus ironically imbued with the power to change the heart, and is therefore also highly recommendable for any person who wishes to improve him or herself, and the way one lives one’s life.
It also means, the takrut will work whatever the case, be your intentions good or bad, or be it for something within or outside of the five Buddhist precepts. But, Ajarn Waet warns, the takrut spell carries a curse with it, that says: “He who uses it for good purposes, will encounter nothing but good luck and prosperity, happiness, health and long life, but he who uses it for evil purposes, will be cursed to die and live on as a hoeng prai ghost in the next life”. The name of this takrut is thus slightly deceptive, for it does not help the evil bandit, but perhaps, the Robin Hood, who returns what was stolen, or the Good Samaritan, who fights for the weak who cannot defend themself.
The takrut applies a wicha that requires a very meticulous series of inscriptions, incantations and meditative empowerment methods which must be simultaneously applied during the creation of the yantra, the inscription of the Agkhara lettering, and the rolling of the takrut into the scroll form. Pra Ajarn Waet charged the takrut with further power by binding them with cords and boiling them in prai oils, finally sealing them with black lacquer coating.
Perhaps the most tiring aspect of the making of this difficult takrut with the master wicha of the ‘Gangster Takrut‘, is the fact that the takrut must be empowered many times each day, beginning with before dawn, at dawn, afternoon, evening, midnight, and in the early hours. This forces the practitioner to remain awake most of the day with only small naps between the nocturnal empowerment sessions, if any at all.
Eight types of magic are invoked within the amulet:
(1) kong grapan; (2) klaew klaad; (3) maha ud; (4) maha sanaeh; (5) metta; (6) mahaniyom; (7) maha laluay; and (8) maha lap.
Ajarn Waet invoked the Hua Jai Maha Jone (‘Heart Mantra of the Great Bandit’) within this takrut; first and foremost imbuing them with maha ud and kong grapan power, and then with the maha laluay spell, and the Hua Jai Maha Jone which is the metta of the bandit who is never able to be incriminated by his persecutors, and always favored by the folk as a hero. He meets with friendly reception wherever he goes. His luck at gambling is that of the master gambler. His charm with the ladies is that of the suave villain and smooth talker; smooth talking in business and convincing power to get what one asks for is also a quality of the Wicha Maha Jone.
Kata Bucha ‘Takrut Maha Jone’
Gan Ha Nae Ha Na Ga A Bi Hu Luu Swaa Ha.
Chant 3 times.
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.
The bia gae Krob Jakrawal is something rare to see Ajarn Apichai release to the devotees, for his method, and the muan sarn ingredients used are both immensely rare as they are difficult to gather and complete the formula. These bia gae using the wicha Khmer taught by his masters and transmitted since centuries, are especially powerful protection against all form of black magic, sorcery, evil curses, demons and even physical dangers such as projectile weapons, deadly accidents and sharp instruments.
The bia gae also possesses metta maha niyom, and maha sanaeh charm power, and enchants people into appreciating and liking you, and induces profitable commerce and business success.
This bia gae can be used to make holy prayer water for spraying and blessing or exorcism or even to induce sales on the wares in your store, or to spray the entrance to your shop, or house. The holy prayer water will both attract customers and friends, but also keep evil and black magic at bay.
The bia gae is made in the most ancient and traditional manner with original hand cord wrapping, sacred resin lacquer coating, some sacred powder, and gold leaf blessing, and are for this era, so very adherent to the ancient methods of sorcery, as to render this amulet not only powerful, but also in extremely good taste, and preserving the tradition of ancient amulet making, to retain the full power of the ancient Kroo Ba Ajarn who first began the wicha.
The bia gae comes with rings attached so can be worn around the waistline with a cord or attached as a pendant in another way. It can be encased in waterproof casing if wished, as some people prefer direct immersion to make holy prayer water and some prefer to encase in waterproof casing, to protect the bia from being affected by the immersion in water.
Your choice depends on how much importance you lay on the water coming into contact with the bia itself and the sacred muan sarn ingredients, or, if you prefer to call upon the energy waves that it emits to empower the water, and leave the muan sarn intact and undiluted. Direct immersion may reduce the power of the amulet through dilution of the muan sarn, but this also depends on the faith factor too, because muan sarn, the strength of faith of the devotee, and the psychic empowerment of the amulet by the master, all play a different part, or are different sources of power that can be tapped from the amulet.
Ultra rare coin from deceased master, Luang Phu Ka Long of Wat Khao Laem, dating back to 2547 BE. All editions after 2549 BE were also immensely collected, but those editions before this date are almost impossible to find.
We are thus happy to have found this example to present for collectors and devotees of Luang Phu, the mysterious monk with the crystal tooth in the roof of his mouth, whose blessings would involve him always touching the crystal to induce power.
Luang Phu Ka Long is now a legend all over the world, and his amulets are the most collected of all masters of the last decade. A top class collector standard guru monk coin for the serious collector.
The rear face features Pra Narai (Vishnu) incarnate as the god Rama stood upon the Rachasri himapant lions.
The front face features the image of Luang Phu Ka Long, and the year of issue, with sacred Khom Agkhara inscriptions embossed.
Made from nava loha (9 sacred metals), the amulet is an extreme rarity, and highly valued by devotee and collector alike.
Maker:Luang Phu Ka Long Khiaw Gaew
Magical Effects:Metta mahaniyom, maha lap, kong grapan, klaew klaad, serm duang
Luang Phu Banya Banyataro has released these meed mor sorceror’s ritual exorcism knives for the ‘Luang Phu Banya 108 years old’ edition.
Luang Phu Banya is known by his devotees (looksit) in Thailand, as the Maha thaera ha phaen din itti bun baramee apinya samabat metta Potisat. This means roughly ‘The great accomplished master monk of decades and revered guru of five regions, with great merits, strength of practice, and supernatural abhinya powers with the heart of a Bodhisattva‘.
The meed mor ‘Dtri Paetch’ is named with the same name of the weapon of Hanuman, subduer and conqueror of demons and enemies; invincible. Hanuman’s main weapon was the ‘dtri paetch’ (trident dagger).
The knife is fully empowered to prevent all dangers, black magic and dark sorcery, possession by ghosts or demons, epilepsy, and all kinds of evil energies and unlucky influences. It chases the phuudt and the phii (phantoms and ghosts) away; demons fear the meed mor ‘Dtri Paetch’.
Dtri paetch also means ‘three gems’ which is an allusion to the Triple Gem of the Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha, and uses these three sacred dhammas as the driving force of channeled energy from the Buddhas of all ages.
To bucha this ritual knife properly, one must practice restraint of the keeping of the 5 Buddhist precepts.
You must do good deeds regularly or give alms, and dedicate it to the Triple Gem, and ask for advancement, and protection of the crystal wall of Buddhas to surround you and protect you from all inauspicous dhammas and Maras.
The blade is inscribed with ancient Khmer Agkhara spells on both sides, with extra hand inscription from Luang Phu Banya. Each of the knives has a limited edition code number stamped into it (seen at the lower part of blade near the hilt/handle). The ancient Khmer Pali kata inscribed within, are hidden using the most adept and complex of formulas to encode the kata with root syllables and thus allow the inscription to form the starting center point for a multitude of possible and powerful kata. Depending on which system one uses to read it, the kata changes and remains with meaning, and powerful invocation of elemental forces.
The silver bindings of the handle of the ritual knife has recieved hand inscription of Khom Agkhara spells from Luang Phu Banya. The complexity of the formulas are extremely intricate. This demonstrates to us (through the analysis and explanation of Ajarn Spencer, who noticed the intricacy of Luang Phu’s encoding methods), how truly adept Luang Phu Banya is with complex formulation of sacred geometry of Buddhist yantra. The silver binding has an intricate yantra design inscribed that is incredibly detailed and fine for such a difficult oval curved surface, to perform such an inscription requires the mark of an adept sorceror.
Luang Phu Banya is one of the great masters of Chonburi Province, which is a great compliment, for Chonburi is the heartland of some of Thai amulet history’s greatest gaeji ajarn guru monks.
Kata Bucha Meed Mor Dtri Paetch
Chant the ‘Maha Namasakara’ 3 times first;
then chant 3 times:
Putto Puttang Na Gandtang Arahang Putto Namo Puttaa Ya.
If needy to banish demons and cast them out, or fend them off, then use the following kata:
The pha yant Look Krok Prai Perm Sap is made for increasing wealth and treasured possessions, gambling and flourishing commerce. Inscriptions were made using the very same invocations and empowerments as the look krok pra perm sap sacred powder amulets and bucha images, which took the world of kumarn tong collectors and devotees by storm in 2012.
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 krokwill 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.
Each pha yant recieved a final individual blessing with hand inscription in gold from Pra Ajarn Somchart. The yantra cloth is covered in ancient Khmer Pali spell inscriptions using the most ancient necromantic spells from the Dtamra Saiyasart Khmer.
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.
Then the ‘Piti Buang Suang Plii Phaa Hor Rang Prai’; 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.
Nine corpses were unbound to use the cloths for the pha yant 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 duering the rainy retreats where the monks stay in their temples and spend the nights practicing and empowering their amulets).
A final empowerment was given before they were released to leave the temple for distribution, by Pra Ajarn Somchart. This pha yant can be considered to already becoming somewhat of a rarity, and has received popular public acclaim from the few who were lucky enough to obtain one. His bucha statues and prai look krok powder amulets of this edition became instantly legendary, and received massive interest from foreign shores such as Malaysia, Taiwan and Singapore.
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
For a higher increased understanding of how to worship the kumarn and prai type amulets and bucha images, we recommend that you real all of the info 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
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