Presenting a new range of Thai Lanna Amulets and Animist Occult Charms, coming this week From Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai, Wat Mae Ya – Living continuation of the lineage Wicha of Kroo Ba Wang (Wat Ban Den), and Kroo Ba Bpan (Wat Mae Ya)
The 2017 Traimas Edition of Thai Lanna Talismanic Amulets are now released, from Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai, of Wat Mae Ya temple, in Tak. The edition is adherent to the Lineage Mastery tradition of the great Kroo Ba Wang (Wat Ban Den) and his Wicha Bestower Luang Phu Kroo Ba Ban (Wat Mae Ya).
Above; Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai, Wat Mae Ya – Living continuation of the lineage Wicha of Kroo Ba Wang (Wat Ban Den), and Kroo Ba Bpan (Wat Mae Ya)
Amongst this pantheon released, we shall be presenting the following amulets in the store this September 2017.
- Takrut 108 individually inscribed and hand bound Yantra scroll spells. Not ‘Bpam’ (stamped with machine), rather, Pra Ajarn was treated for overworking after making these, as he inscribed every single individual Takrut scroll with his own hand. This is hard to find in the present day, and ensures adherence to the traditional methods of amulet creation and empowerment according to the ancient grimoires of the Kroo Ba Ajarn
2. In Koo Som Pratana Maha Sanaeh, wish fulfilling Lanna Animist Love and Mercy Charm in powerful muan sarn powders.
3. Yant Hneeb Ma Saep Nang Dtamrap Kroo Ba Wang – Folded Yantra Lanna heart-Grabber spell. An ancient Lanna Wicha so highly regarded for its power since Kroo Ba Wang’s Era, used to Entice, and ‘Pinch’ the Hearts of others, or to Grab Wealth and Possessions. The Yant Hneeb is often used to insert the name of a person or one’s secret desires on a parchment scroll within the folded yantra foil.
4. See Pheung Metta Sariga Lin Tong Golden Tongued Celestial Magpie ‘Lipgloss’ Potion. Used for Metta Maha Niyom Mercy Charm to Seduce with one’s speech for both business and erotic purposes, to gain promotion and win the hearts of others, and succeed in one’s oratory skills.
5. The famous Takrut Gao Gum, Wicha Kroo Ba Wang (Wat Ban Den) continued in lineage by Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai, at Wat Mae Ya.