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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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).