Mini Magic Sword Sacred Metals - Silver Plated - Kroo Ba Aryachat 2552 BE

Dab Sri Ganchai Dtua Jiw (Mini Magic Sword) - Nuea Loha Chup Ngern (Sacred Metals, Silver Plated) - Traimas 52 edition - Kroo Ba Aryachat - Wat Saeng Gaew Potiyan

Meed Mor ritual knife

Dab Sri Ganchai is an ancient Lanna Magical artifact which has been traditionally made and used for over 700 years in the Lanna Country. Kroo Ba Aryachat, has made Dab Sri Ganchai (Meed Hmor) in the 700 year old Lanna Magical Tradition, to preserve and continue the Wicha for future generations. The knife is created of stabbing money, gold and silver, stabbing employment promotion, and protecting from evil and ill wishers, backstabbers and the like.

Meed Mor

'Stabbing' ,means not to really stab with the knife, rather that the magical power of the knife can stab and catch money, treasures and other desired things.

ritual knife for luck and protection

The knife will ward of evil forces, black magic and demons. It increases the auspicious influences and improves the luck and fate of the owner of the knife. Can be carried as protection and success charm, or used as a magical instrument for making holy water and the like.

Use the knife to point at or stab your wares you are selling, and improve their chances of being purchased.Sacred Lanna Sanskrit spells are written on the blade of the knife. 4 Centimeters long.

Kata Bucha Meed Hmor Lanna - Kroo ba Aryachat
Sittigijjang Sittitammang Sittigaariyang Sittiwaajaa Dtathaakadto Sittilaapo Nirandtarang Sitti Dtaecho Chayo Nijjang Sittigammang Prasittimae

Kroo Ba Aryachat

Above; Kroo Ba Ariachat prepares to enter Nirosagam which was then for the 8th time in 2552. At the time of the writing of this post, he had currently performed ten Nirosagam practices.
Above, images of the various Master Gaeji Ajarn with whom Kroo Ba Ariachat has learned Wicha with;
Kroo Ba Srivichai, Kroo Ba Chum, Kroo Ba Phad, Kroo Ba Noi, Kroo Ba Bun Chum, Kroo Ba Duang Dee, Kroo Ba Por Dabos, Kroo Ba Jantr Gaew, Kroo Ba Dtan, Kroo Ba Indta, Kroo Ba Tueang, Tan Jao Khun Tongchai, and Kroo Ba Chaiyawongsa.
You can see a video of Kroo Ba Ariachat entering his eight Nirosagam ceremony below on 9th January 2552. He stays in the sealed space for 7 days, and consumes only water. After this, he came out and headed a ceremony for people to donate dry foods for hims to raise funds to help local poor Folk of the area and to improve conditions for the soldiers and police of the three border provinces of North Thailand.
 Khao Nirosagam Kroo Ba Aryachat 2552

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Above, Kroo Ba Ariachat with his Teacher Kroo Ba Jantr Dtip, as he was still a Samanera

Above; Kroo Ba Ariachat as he was stil a Samanera of 17 years of age - he was already advancing to the level of Mastery in meditation and various Wicha even at this age.
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