Pra Pirap Yantra Cloth

The mystical Pha Yant Pra Pirab, a powerful deity and avatar of the Yaksa Hermit God, emerges from the ancient 2563 Wai Kroo Ceremony conducted by the revered Samnak Sak Yant Ajarn Kong Waet in Ang Tong, Thailand. Pra Pirab, a Yaksa Ruesi who traverses the realms of Vedic and Buddhist Cosmological Mythology, reigns as the Lord Yaksa Ruesi of All Astrologers. This awe-inspiring deity possesses inherent Maha Amnaj, the commanding power and influence, along with the potent Gae Aathan and Serm Yos powers.

Pra Pirap Yantra Cloth

Pra Pirab assumes the role of a formidable guardian, guide, and protector for those immersed in the enigmatic Performing Arts Professions, including Musicians, Dancers, and Magicians. Moreover, Pra Pirab extends aid to individuals who have sought solace in other amulets but failed to receive favorable outcomes. It is believed that Pra Pirab can empower and unleash the magical potential of these amulets for those who struggle to harness their mystical properties.

Pra Pirab Yaksa Pha Yant Ajarn San Kong Waet

Displayed upon a colossal Pha Yant, meticulously inked in black on vibrant red cloth, the image of Pra Pirab takes form. Standing with one leg raised and wielding a spear-like lance, Pra Pirab emanates an aura of invincibility. The cloth surrounding the deity’s image teems with an intricate tapestry of Sacred Yant (Yantra) spells and Sacred Na, brimming with Buddhist blessings, invocations, and secret incantations that summon the Yaksa Asura Demi-Gods. These enchantments command the assistance and protection of these celestial beings, clearing the path to success by swiftly removing obstacles and vanquishing adversaries.

The majestic Pha Yant, created with black ink on crimson fabric, bears the awe-inspiring image of Phra Pirab holding his spear/lance, standing with one leg raised. The surrounding surface of the Ynatra cloth teems with a multitude of Sacred Yant spells and Sacred Na. These sacred inscriptions contain Buddhist blessings, invocations of the Yaksa Asura Demi-Gods, and secret incantations that command their assistance and protection. With their aid, obstacles are swiftly swept aside, clearing the path to success.

Pha Yant Phra Pirap Yantra Cloth Ajarn San Kong Waet

Phra Pirab frequently graces the grand Wai Kroo ceremonies, serving as the official Mascot of the Wai Kroo of Performing Artists alongside other prominent figures in the celestial realm known as the ‘Duriya Taep,’ the Heavenly Devas of Performing Arts.

Ajarn San, a distinguished practitioner, inherited his Wicha from his erudite Grandfather, a knowledgeable Adept in Saiyasart who himself received Wicha from the venerable Luang Por Tuad. Ajarn San’s teacher was also a Sak yant Master, passing down this sacred knowledge. Furthermore, he acquired Wicha from his studies under the esteemed Luang Phu Hnay of Wat Ban Jaeng in Ayuttaya, and the Khmer Master Ajarn Bun, Luang Por Yib of Wat Bang Klang. Luang Phu Tammachote of Wat Kaay Ban Rajan Po Gai Dton and the lineage of Phu Suea Mahesworn, a renowned Outlaw turned revered Guru Monk, also bestowed their precious Wicha upon Ajarn San.
Pha Yant Pra Pirab

Phra Pirab manifests as a divine entity, embodying profound spiritual qualities and sacred attributes. Its countenance emanates a luminous divine light, adorned with ethereal shades of gold, dark purple, or glossy lacquer. Serenely enigmatic, its smile holds the secrets of wisdom, while its eyes, reminiscent of the ancient crocodile, bear profound insight. The teeth, gently rounded or intricately carved, symbolize a serene strength. Its venerable head, devoid of hair, signifies a transcendental detachment from worldly attachments.

In the realms of Vajrayana and Mahayana Buddhism, Phra Pirab manifests with numerous faces and countless hands, sometimes appearing with fifty-one faces and a hundred hands, all harmoniously engaged in divine activity. Its celestial form radiates an aura of spiritual power, standing amidst the sacred takinawat band, symbolizing its transcendental presence.
A Host of Sacred Yantra on the Pha Yant Praq Pirap

Originally known as Pra Bhairava, Phra Pirab represents a fierce incarnation of the great Shiva. As the profound teachings of Shiva, Narai, and other divine beings journey

Originally known as Pra Bhairava, Pra Pirap represents a ferocious incarnation of the great Shiva. When the profound teachings of Shiva and Narai, along with other divine beings, were introduced to the land of Thailand from India, Pra Bhairava was also revered and embraced. However, as the teachings merged with the local culture, the deity’s name gradually transformed into Pra Pirap, gaining prominence as the supreme master in both the realms of dance and music. Historical records from the Sukhothai period and the reign of King Chulalongkorn bear testament to this divine presence.

The sacred idol of Pra Pirap

Enshrined within its form are the blessings of “Pu Ong Pra Pirap,” the revered teacher, whose wisdom and grace lead seekers to the path of success Within this sacred manifestation. Pra Pirap is revered as an exalted teacher, a divine god, and a colossal being (an Avatar of Siva). However, due to the similarity of its name to a character from the Ramayana epic, Yak Virath, who is also portrayed as a colossal figure, the Supreme Patriarch and the character sometimes become conflated, leading to confusion.
Pra Pirab Yaksa Pha Yant Ajarn San Kong Waet

The Fine Arts Department has undertaken the noble task of documenting the history of Pra Pirap, publishing scholarly works, and disseminating knowledge to foster a deeper understanding among the masses. Yet, the comprehensive awareness and understanding of this deity remain a relatively uncharted realm in the realm of general knowledge.

A Host of Sacred Yantra on the Pha Yant Praq Pirap

Exquisitely beautiful design on silk featuring the Hemaracha Himapant animal with magical effects of Metta mahaniyom kaa khaay for prosperous business and improved social popularity, as well as mercy charm.

This item has free shipping included, no cost for weight will be added for this item, even with multiple orders.

The yantra cloth is blessed at Wat Hongsa Radtanaram in a very auspicious ceremony with a large array of great guru masters of international repute present to empower and bless the amulets. Some of the great masters present included:


Luang Por Foo (Wat Bang Samak), Luang Por Pian (Wat Grern Gathin), Luang Por Perm (Wat Bom Gaew), Luang Por Somchay, Luang Por Poon (Wat Ban Paen), Luang Por Sin (Wat Laharn Yai), Luang Por Ruay (Wat Tago), Luang Por Sawat (Wat Ao Moo), and many other masters.

Size: 47.3 x 51.9 centimeters

From the Wat Hongsa Radtaram 2555 BE ‘Somdej Prajao Taksin Maharach’ edition amulets, we chose the pha yant Hemaracha Himapant animal yantra cloth from Wat Hongsa Radtanaram for its great beauty and the fact that it is a very rare image to come across in such a high quality format. The sacred blessing ceremony was also very impressive with a large number of important masters present to bless the amulets.

Released in the 2555 BE ‘Somdej Pra Jao Taksin Maharaj Run Mee Chay 1’ edition

This edition featured a series of ‘Somdej Pra Jao Taksin Maharaj’ coins and powder amulets in various versions, and this pha yant. The funds of this edition went for the building of a four storey school building for monks to study Dhamma in, which costs sixty million baht (about two million dollars). nineteen gaeji ajarn guru monks joined hands to bless this edition and help raise these funds.

The level of detail is incredible when we take a close up look at some of the smaller details contained within the grand plan of the design, such as the miniature hongsa head that protrudes from, and decorates the belly of the Hemaracha. The number of tones and color shades is well above that which has ever been seen before in yantra cloth printing.

Maker: Wat Hongsa Radtanaram

Magical Effects: Metta mahaniyom, kaa khaay, maha sanaeh, serm duang, choke lap, maha pokasap

Material: Silk cloth

Recommended Uses: Good commerce, promotion, social and professional success, mercy charm, lottery

Number of Amulets Made: 999

Edition: Somdej Pra Jao Taksin Maharaj Run Mee Chay 1 Edition

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 krok will 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

Chant 7 or 9 times and make your wish

How to Worship the Kuman Tong

Kata Kuman Tong

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

Kata Look Krok, and how to Bucha (Worship) Look Krok

How to Pray to Mae Nang Prai, Kumarn Tong Look Krok Hoeng PraiHun Payont,& Mae Takian amulets (how to bring into the house)

Nang PraiPhii Prai Thai Ghosts and Spirit Devas

Kata for Metta Mahaniyom and Maha Sanaeh Amulets, Charms and Oil

Maker: Pra Ajarn Somchart Bparimudto

Magical Effects: Maha lap, maha pokasap, choke lap, siang duang, siang choke, klaew klaad, kong grapan, gae aathan

Material: Funeral corpse cloth

Recommended Uses: Increase wealth and possessions, gambling, wish making, anti black magic and backstabber, forewarnings of danger and lucky streaks, lottery

Number of Amulets Made: 99

Edition: Bucha Kroo 2555 BE

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

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

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

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

Front Face;

In Ma Saep Nang In Rak

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

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

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

The Rear face

In Ma Saep Nang In Rak

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

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

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

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

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

Placing it in the home will also improve Family Relations.

Kata In Ma – In Koo Rak Sanaeha

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

Pha Yant Taep Pamorn Jamlaeng – Kroo Ba Krissana Intawanno – Wai Kroo Burapajarn 2546 edition

Beautiful Satin Pha Yant with King Butterfly (actually a mirrored pair of Sariga Birds, which in symbiosis form the Deva ‘Taep Pamorn’ King Butterfly.

Total Metta Mahaniyom power, the amulet serves for auspicious and powerful increase of riches, popularity and promotion in social and business enviroments.

Kroo Ba Krisanas amulets have already been tried and tested and need little explaining, for this Ajarn and his amulets have their own following who know about the benefits and beauty of his Wadtumongkol (auspicious amulets) and Krueang Rang (occult magical items).

Made in 2546 BE, to celebrate the Wai Kroo ceremony of the lineage of Masters. Kruba Krissana is the creator and Master of the Wicha Taep Jamlaeng Pamorn, which is a nicely unusual creation compared to the average amulet design from most Gaeji Ajarn; His version is an abstract representation of ‘Pra Siwa’ (Shiva Deity) and ‘Pra Uma Taewee’ (Kali) – the eternal love affair that has no end. They face each other in fascination and oneness. From another perspective, it can be seen as a picture of a Butterfly (which is why this immensely popular amulet is called ‘King Butterfly). The Butterfly is delicately shaped with filigrain details worked into the contours of this most beautifully abstract Mystical design. The Pha Yant is then additionally embellished and given the final touches using the Aeons old sacred Agkhara of the ‘Taewanakee’ (language of the Devas – otherwise known as Devanaghiri – the most common written form of Hindi).

Empowerment Ceremony (Buddha Abhiseka)

Kruba Krissana uses a very secret and mysterious Wicha that differs from all other Kroo ba Ajarn, called ‘Montr Teerayaan’, which is a Wicha which extends around the Universe. He learned it from his Kroo Ba Ajarn ‘Phu Ruesi Bangbod’ in Laos. He also learned many Wicha from a number of Adepts in Cambodia which cost him over 20 years of study and practice to master. So the Taep Pamorn Jamlaeng is an unusual kind of ‘Wadtumongkol’ whose design elegance is even worthy of sitting on a fine contemporary art gallery’s walls. In addition the empowerment method and ceremony used extremely sacred and powerful Wicha to embed the power of Metta Mahaniyom , Maha Sanaeh and Choke Laap within the Pha Yant and to invoke the mind of a resident Deva to inhabit it. The King Butterfly amulet and Pha Yant, as well as his Pra Sivali amulets are extremely sought after by Devotees from Thailand, Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia and Hong Kong, as well as Caucasian shores such as the USA and Australia, New Zealand.. All of Kruba Krissanas amulets are snapped up instantly after issue, sell out within a year or two and become very difficult to acquire thereafter, and when, then usually only at severely high prices. This is a rare chance to find such a mint condition Pha Yant from as early as 2546 BE of King Butterfly. BEWARE OF FAKES! Kuba Krissanas amulets are of the higher priced variety and thus are the target of forgery. Always choose a reputable dealer to make sure your amulets are authentic.


Pha Yant Pra Narai Song Krut Chut Pised (red with white lines) – Luang Phu Ka Long  Wai Kroo 2552 BE

pha yant narai song krut chut pised

Pha Yant Pra Narai Song Krut Chut Pised (yellow with red lines) – Luang Phu Ka Long  Wai Kroo 2552 BE

narai song krut yant cloth

vishnu riding garuda yantra cloth

This Yant design is one of the most Powerful Yantra designs possible. It is also sometimes (rarely) applied as a Sak Yant Tattoo, but only certain people get lucky enough for the Master to agree to lay this image on the devotee. The Master will consider the mental tolerance of the devotee before deciding if it is fitting or safe enough to apply this Deity onto their skin.

People involved in professions that are punishing evil will do well to have Pra Narai guiding them and watching over, because Pra Narai helps the Human Race, and also is the Punisher and puts all wrongs back to right.

He always comes down to Avatar and to bring Justice whenever Evil walks the Earth. He is a Deity that will bring all qualities of blessings ranging from riches (choke laap) through protection (klaew klaad and kong grapan) up to charm and sales (Maha Sanaeh and Metta Mahaniyom power). The Yant were made in 2550 BE. They have official stamp of the temple and numbered edition code. High quality cloth is used as is always the case with amulets and Wattumongkol from LP Ka Long.

Pha Yant Hanuman Maha Bprap by Ajarn Maha Surasak

Rare Pha Yant from elusive Master Pra Ajarn Surasak of Wat Pradoo in Ampawa district. Famous for his Maha Rangap and Maha Pokasap magic.

Pha Yant Hanuman Maha Bprap by Ajarn Maha Surasak

Pra Ajarn Maha Surasak is slowly having his secret exposed, and people are beginning to hear of his skill with powerful amulets, as well as his amazing trajectory of learning Wicha that are so rare to find and master , which he has received from some true Gaeji Guru Monks of previous generations. His Wicha Sai Hmai Jet See (seven colored silk thread charm) is now becoming famous because of great success with the few people who were lucky to have this kind of amulet from him, and is part of what has caused much interest from those who seek more deeply for a good Ajarn and a truly powerful amulet. His Pokasap Takrud have become a rarity and the incredibly beautiful sacred magical artifacts from this Master are always made in small numbers and under rather secretive empowerment ceremonies. It is never possible to obtain large numbers of his amulets, and once again we are only able to offer one of these Pha Yant to you. Made in 2552 BE. This Yant Cloth is of great interest to collectors of rare articles, for it is already hard to find after only a short time since its creation. It is definitely one of the more attractively and well made Yantra cloths around, and demands a worthy frame, rather than pasting on the wall.

Size; 18 inches High, 13 inches Wide.

Material; Pha Gammayee Daeng (red Velvet)

Pra Maha Surasak blessing amulets

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