Presenting the Prakam 108 Na Sethee, a powerful hand-held rosary crafted with care and dedication. This small rosary, made with sacred Nuea Pong Puttakun Yantra Powders and coated in herbal resins, is a testament to the expertise of Luang Phu Na Chinawangso. This rosary is an embodiment of multifaceted practice, i.e. meditation, chanting prayers, spellcasting, and development of one pointed focus, precepts, and good karma. The rosary was released  as part of the Na Sethee Run Raek Run Sud Taay first and last edition series. The Mala Rosary has 108 Beads as is traditional in Buddhism.

Prakam 108 Na Sethee

Luang Phu Na Chinawangso skillfully crafted these powders using an ancient Wicha for Maha Pokasap, Metta, and Maha Lap Magic. These powders are not only known for their positive effects, but they also possess Serm Duang and Maha Lap qualities. This rosary acts as a shield against malevolent forces and aids in Klaew Klaad evasion. Its protective energy promotes well-being and repels negativity.

Sacred Powder Rosary

Designed for ease of use and meditation practice, the hand-held Prakam Rosary is a versatile tool. It provides protection against harm and is suitable for Lersi, Chanting practitioners, Bhikkhus, Yogis, Meditators, and Devotees alike. The central hub of the rosary features the sacred Na Sethee Millionaire Yantra, while the intricate red Daay Daeng Akom cords ensure its authenticity.

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Na Sethee Yantra

Enhance your experience with the Prakam Rosary by practicing the Kata Na Sethee for Wealthiness. Begin by chanting the Maha Namasakara three times:

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

Next, chant the empowering incantation three times:


Luang Phu Kroo Ba Na

Dive deep into meditation by focusing on the Prakam beads, visualizing each bead as a radiant, crystalline light. Cultivate this imagery, allowing the light to expand within your mind’s eye. If you attain Jhanic Absorption Access, dedicate your newfound enlightenment to your loved ones and all beings. Empower your wishes with these meditative attainments, creating a profound connection with the Prakam Na Sethee.

Meditation Practice

This versatile rosary aids in precise counting and focus during specific occult rituals. Its protective properties extend beyond rituals, offering a shield against black magic and maintaining health. Carry it with you as a potent amulet, invoking the power of Luang Phu Na Chinawangso and his lineage of Master Sorcerers.

Rosary Amulet

Luang Phu Na Chinawangso was a dedicated student of Kroo Ba Srivichai and inherited the Master Lineage Sorcery of Kroo Ba Apichai Khaw.

The final edition of this rosary, released in 2561 BE, carries the blessings of Luang Phu Na. Its auspicious empowerment aligns with the passing of Kroo Ba Na. Remarkably, the edition’s name, ‘Na Sethee Run Raek Lae Run Sud Taay’ (first and last edition), seems to foreshadow the end of an era. This rosary stands as a testament to his legacy.

Luang Phu Kroo Ba Na

Harness the Prakam rosary’s protective and meditative properties. Its energy shields against black magic and psychic interference, allowing for focused meditation. Wear or carry it to invoke Buddhanussati remembrance and safeguard against negative influences.

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Prakam Rosary

A Buddhist mala, also known as a Buddhist rosary, is a string of beads used for counting prayers, mantras, or breaths during meditation and spiritual practices. The mala is an essential tool in various Buddhist traditions, particularly in Tibetan and Zen Buddhism. While malas can come in different sizes and configurations, the 108-bead mala is one of the most common and significant designs.

Here’s what you need to know about the 108-bead Buddhist mala:

  1. Number 108: The number 108 is considered sacred and significant in many Eastern spiritual and religious traditions, including Buddhism. It is believed to represent various aspects of the universe, such as the 108 stages of the journey to enlightenment or the 108 defilements to overcome. There are also mathematical and astronomical reasons for the significance of 108.
  2. Beads and Materials: A traditional 108-bead mala is usually made of beads, often of wood, seeds, or gemstones. The choice of material can vary based on personal preference or the specific intentions of the practitioner. Each bead on the mala is used to count recitations of a chosen mantra or prayer.
  3. Guru Bead: In addition to the 108 counting beads, a mala often has a larger bead or pendant called the “guru bead.” This bead marks the starting and ending point of the mala and is not counted among the 108 beads. It symbolizes the guidance of the guru or spiritual teacher.
  4. Counting Method: Practitioners hold the mala in one hand and use their thumb to move from one bead to the next after each recitation of a mantra or prayer. The index finger is not used, as it symbolizes ego, which should be transcended during meditation.
  5. Mantras and Meditation: The primary purpose of a mala is to aid in meditation and mantra recitation. As the practitioner moves through each bead, they repeat their chosen mantra or prayer. The repetitive action of counting and reciting helps to focus the mind and cultivate a sense of mindfulness and concentration.
  6. Energetic and Spiritual Significance: Malas are believed to carry spiritual and energetic qualities based on the materials used. Different gemstones or seeds are associated with specific intentions or qualities, such as compassion, wisdom, or healing. The mala can become a personal talisman or a tool for enhancing one’s spiritual journey.
  7. Personalization: While the 108-bead mala is the most common design, there are variations, such as wrist malas with fewer beads, as well as longer malas with additional counters for larger numbers of repetitions. Some practitioners also create custom malas with specific intentions, choosing beads that resonate with their personal spiritual goals.

Sacred Rosary

It’s important to note that the use of a mala is deeply personal and can vary based on individual practice and tradition. Whether for meditation, mantra recitation, or as a symbol of one’s spiritual journey, the 108-bead Buddhist mala holds a special place in Buddhist practice and is cherished by practitioners around the world.

The Meaning of 108

Within the context of Buddhism, the numerical value of 108 holds significance as it establishes a link to the fundamental principles of the dharma. In an intriguing geometric correlation, when considering the human form encapsulated within a circle, emblematic of Earth, a discernible connection is drawn: each of the internal angles of the five-pointed star thus formed amounts to 108 degrees.

Turning our attention inward, the construct of the heart chakra reveals a composition of precisely 108 distinct channels of energy known as nadis. Concurrently, the heart chakra features an arrangement of 108 pressure points, termed marmas, further underscoring the prevalence of this numerical motif within the somatic framework.

A physiological threshold of note emerges at 108 degrees Fahrenheit (108ᵒF), at which juncture a critical juncture is reached. Beyond this threshold, the delicate equilibrium governing our vital organs becomes perturbed, resulting in a cascade of overheating phenomena culminating in the cessation of organ functionality.

Expanding the purview to a cosmic context, an astronomical relation is evident in the parameter measuring the expanse between Earth and its solar counterpart, the sun. This interval is found to be precisely 108 times the diameter of the sun, thereby manifesting a harmonious linkage between macrocosm and microcosm.

In summation, the number 108 serves as a conduit, binding the individual to both the intrinsic self and the broader cosmological milieu, thereby facilitating a profound nexus between the individual’s innermost contemplations and the expansive tapestry of the external world.

Empowered Rosary

Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet – made from a highly concentrated Muan Sarn Sacred Powder admixture, and 16 ‘Ploi Sek Maha Pokasap’ Gems (3 in the front face, and 13 in the rear face). this is the small ‘ Pim Lek’ model, and is an excellent choice for ladies, children and also for Gays.

Made in 2553 BE for the ‘Lai Sen’ edition (now a more famous and highly preferred edition), by Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano. Fancy stainless casing is included with this item. The casing has special decorative frame, with engraved patterns gracing the edges.

Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet pink Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano

The front face of the amulet features the Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King, with red, black, yellow, green and white finely painted details. The Amulet is a most delicately painted miniature Objet D’art. Four Ploi Sek Maha Pokasap Gemstones are inserted.

Rear face of Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet in pink sacred powders.

Size; 2.8 x 2 Cm

The rear face of the amulet has 13 Ploi Sek of differing kinds, inserted into the Muan Sarn Sacred Powders.

Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano, is along with his accomplice Kroo Ba Beng, of Wat Tanode Luang, one of the only two surviving holders of the secret Wicha of their Kroo Ba Ajarn Guru Master. Namely that of the special method of successfully making Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulets, whose power is derived from both the psychic and Deity assisted empowerment, as well as from the secret aromatic admixture of Muan Sarn Sacred Powders, Maha Pokasap Gems (ploi sek), and Takrut spells, that are seen to be used with their amulets. 

Below; Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet held in the hand for visual size comparison.Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet held in the hand for visual size comparison.

This edition of amulets was actually blessed also in duo, with Kroo Ba Beng. This is also not the first novel was it the last time that such a thing has happened, for indeed, they have both the same artisan preparing the designs, for their most beautiful and exquisitely finely crafted amulets. It is Hence, that you will see very similar amulets, at least as far as the front face is concerned, from this edition coming from both of these Guru masters. 

Rear face of the Butterfly King amulet held in the hand

Those which will have a locket of Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano are obviously from that master. Those which possess a nine tailed Fox locket, or Nam Man Prai inserted in the rear face, will almost always be coming from Kroo Ba Beng.  In Thailand of masters are actually seem to be equally powerful, but on international shores, Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano is more well known. There is actually little difference in the power and quality of these amulets, especially considering that both masters have lent their empowerments to both editions from both temples. 

Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano performing the blessing of amulets in a sacred Cave.

Above; Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano performing the blessing of amulets in a sacred Cave. 

It is just a matter of preference as to which devotees prefer which master, but that there is not seem to be any kind of comparison made, or any kind of higher and lower status given to either of these masters

In addition to this, his amulets are also miniatures works of art in their own right. Each amulet is completely unique, and unlike any of its brothers and sisters. This is due to the hand painting, and individual treatment given to each amulet, which will have different coloured gemstones, and different sacred items inserted with each amulet, hence, differing slightly from the one next to it.

Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano

This particular model is a ‘Pim Lek’ (medium sized) Ongk Kroo Masterpiece Version. It is extremely fortunate now to find what still available some years after the release of the edition. This is because, his amulets are nearly always completely sold out in every edition, before the year is over.

This shows the great popularity and collectability and speculating value of his amulets and how sacred they are to so many people. We may consider, that we can still find amulets of great historic masters so many tens of years and even hundreds of years after that passing, but with the amulets of Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano, only one year is needed for an edition of his amulets, to appear to be completely depleted. Each series and edition depletes and disappears shortly after their appearance. This is what we call a true phenomenon. 

Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano

Of course the great beauty of his amulets and their artistic value, also counts much towards the reason why they receive so much popularity.

But if it were not for the fact that they are truly sacred, and have a noticeable effect with their magic, then sheer artistic beauty, would not be enough reason, to make them as popular as they are to this day.

These Butterfly King amulets, were released back in 2553 BE, in a series along with some special coin metallic Amulets. These smaller size models, in pink sacred powder, are extremely recommended for ladies, children, and also of course the gay community. 



View this amulet in the store; Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet Pim Lek Pink Powders 16 Gems

Look Om Pong Prai Kumarn Gao Gote ‘Ruam Palang Prai Raeng Twee Kun’ Edition 2554 BE – Luang Por Goy – Wat Beung Gao (Wat Khao Din Dtai)

Look Om Sacred Prai Kuman

Look Om made from pure Sacred ‘Pong Prai Kumarn’ Powders by Luang Por Goy. Released along with the ‘Kumarn Gao Gote ‘Ruan Ruam Palang Twee Kun Maha Choke’ Edition. The Edition features Kumarn Tong, Look Om and Khun Phaen Amulets. Both the Look Om and the Kumarn Tong amulets made in this series are made using the same Sacred Prai Kumarn Gao Gote Powders. This is probably the most Important Look Om Pong Prai Kumarn to have been released for many Years, due to the extreme rarity of the Chanuan Muan Sarn Ingredients and Prai Powders used for the making of this doubly empowered series of Master Amulets. The conditions necessary for obtaining the Prai Kumarn Powders from two sets of 9 bone pots is probably unlikely to occur again for a very long time.

Look Om Sacred Prai Kuman

A Golden Takrut Gao Gote is inserted with some pieces of Chanuan Gao Gote. The Look Om were molded into balls in Luang Pors hands as he gave them 108 different Incantations of the Maha Pokasap and Choke Lap

The Look Om are made from what is considered perhaps the most powerful Prai Kumarn Powders and Magical Herbal Pollen mixture imaginable.

Muan Sarn;

Nine Gote (Gosa = Pot for keeping cremation bones in, and Godha = 10 Millions of gold) with bones from 9 different children who have died in various circumstances (all circumstances fulfilling the necessary prerequisites to be ‘Prai’ spirits) were used to make sacred powders. This is the proper Khmer Formula for this Wicha. The first pot contained the bones of ‘Nong Fon’, of Gumwabee who died by drowning. The second pot contained the bones of ‘Nong Boy’ of Ban Pher, who was killed by a Motor Vehicle crashing into him. The third pot contained the bones of ‘Nong Fai’ also of Ban Pher, who died of a Lung Infection. The fourth pot contained the bones of ‘Nong Hying’, of Ban Pher, who died of Valvular Heart Disease. The fifth pot contained the bones of ‘Nong Khing’, of Hnong Haan town, who died of Malaria (Dengui Fever). The sixth pot contained the bones of ‘Nong Maew’ of Paen village, who died of Dysentery. The seventh pot contained bones from ‘Nong Ham Noi’, who died of Pneumonia. The eighth pot contained the bones of ‘Nong Supa’, of Paen village, who died of German Measles. The ninth and final pot contained the bones of ‘Nong Marie’ of Paen village, who died of Epilepsy.

Look Om Sacred Prai Kuman

All of these Prai Muan Sarn ingredients used in the first edition were donated to Luang Por Goy by the Lay Master Ajarn Gam Chai, who must be thanked along with the Spirits of the Nine Kumarn who have made merit renouncing their Mortal remains for the benefit of helping those who are still living, with Metta Magic.

Muan Sarn Kumarn Gao Gote Wat Beung Gao

The Muan Sarn for the second edition released at Wat Beung Gao, was made from nine bone pots in the same fashion;

The first pot contained the bones of ‘Nong Cha Dam Yen’, of Ban Pher village, who comitted Suicide due to depression. The second pot contained the bones of ‘Nong Ja’, of Ban Pher village, who was run over by a motor car and Died. The third pot contained the bones of ‘Nong Tree’, of Ban Pher village, who Died from Ascites. The fourth pot contained the bones of ‘Nong Fon’, of Ban Pher village who Died by Drowning. The fifth pot contained the bones of ‘Nong Koi’, of Ban Hnong Haan village, who Died of Epilepsy. The sixth pot contained the bones of ‘Nong May’, of Hnong Haan village, who Died of a Lung Infection. The seventh pot contained the bones of ‘Nong Tern’, of Ban Hnong Haan village, who Died of Electrocution. The eighth pot contained the bones of ‘Nong Gaem’ of Paen village, who Died of Dengui Fever. The ninth pot contained the bones of ‘Nong Pimdta’ of Paen village, who Died of Asthma.

Look Om Sacred Prai Kuman

These Muan Sarn ingredients were also donated by the Lay master Ajarn Gam Chai, who wished to donate them fo Luang Por Goy in order to increase his own merits and to make merit for the spirits of the dead Kumarn in the pots, so that they can rise up to higher levels of the Celestial Realms in their next Incarnations.

These amulets face the extreme likelihood of becoming yet another classic and immensely popular edition of power amulets from Luang Por Goy, and we imagine that they will become at least as rare as the first edition, if not more so. This is due to the fact that there are 18 Kumarn within the Muan sarn, wich is a double Gao Gote (9 x 2) – Gote means bone pot, and also means ‘Ghoda’ meaning about ten million. The word is a double meaning wordplay to suggest the nine bone pots used in the making of the first and nine pots of the second edition, and for the ten millions of riches which should be reeled in to your money pot by the merits of the Kumarn. Ten Million would of course be a little too much to expect, but one can certainly expect a noticeable change in ones earnings, professional success, and improvements in ones social and love life. Gamblers of course will be well served with this amulet, which turned out to be effective in its first edition for this purpose.

Kata Look Om Gao Gote

Namaa Mii Maa Mahaa Laapaa Idti Puttassa Suwannang Waa Rachadtang Waa Manii Waa Tanang Waa Piichang Waa Adt-Thang Waa Badt-Thang Waa Aehi Aehi Aakajchaaya Idti Mii Maa Namaa Mihang

The Look Om and Kumarn Tong amulets made from this Muan Sarn, were empowered using the same Time and Astrological alignments, as is believed to have been applied by Khun Phaen himself as he made the Kumarn Tong. These Kumarn Tong Powders have the additional power of ‘Prai Grasip’ (Ghost whisperer) to forewarn of dangers and lucky windfalls.

How to Worship the Kuman Tong

Kata Kuman Tong

Kata and how to worship Look Krok

Luang Por Goy is a very Humble and Simple living Master who is an Adept at the Ancient Khmer Occult Arts. He was a very close friend of Luang Por Chern (Wat Ta Ee). As Luang Por Chern was still alive, Luang Por Goy would often help him to make and empower his amulets and assist in performing the Incantations. The Look om is a Powerful Ancient Wicha for wearing or Bucha on the altar, which is a Genuinely Made Look Om using the Rarest and Powerful Sacred Prai Powders from the bones of the 9 Kumarn (X 2).

Look Om Sacred Prai Kuman

Look Om Pong Prai Kumarn Gao Gote ‘Ruam Palang Prai Raeng Twee Kun’ Edition 2554 BE – Luang Por Goy – Wat Beung Gao (Wat Khao Din Dtai)