Magic Letter P of Luang Phu Tep Loke Udorn - Luang Phu Tong

Por Pan Pitsadarn (Wierd letter P) Wicha Luang Phu Taep Loke Udorn - Luang Phu Tong - Tham Maha Chote Phuno 2555 BE

Por Pan Pitsadarn is a secret Wicha passed down to Luang Phu Tong from his Masters, which originates from the Great Legendary Mystery Monk 'Luang Phu Taep Loke Udorn'

Luang Phu Taep Loke Udorn gave the method of making this Spell to Luang Phu Yen and Luang Phu Yai, who passed it then onwards to their Looksit respectively. Luang Phu Yen was a very famous Master for his Powerful Hun Payont effigies, which he would make in the shape of a Thai letter 'P' (Por Pan). Luang Phu Tong has inherited this very Wicha, and is now the only person publicly known who is currently able to make this Wicha.

The Hun Payont Por Pan Pitsadarn is empowered with the Lineage blessings of Luang Phu Taep Loke Udorn and prayer to the Hun payont Por Pan Pitsadarn will call the miracle powers of the Great Master down through the lineage and emanate from the amulet.

One should ask both Luang Phu Tong and Luang Phu taep Loke Udorn for the blessings you wish when praying. In order to avoid confusion between this rare amulet and the one from Luang Phu Yen, Luang Phu Tong has deliberately made his version to look different, so that no mix-up between his and any other version happens.

The Por Pan Pitsadarn is a type of Hun Payont Effigy of the 'Say Bon' veriety (higher path - sai lang and say bon are the lower and upper paths, meaning white, or black magic). The meaning of the Por Pan effigy is 'Triple Gem' of Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha. It is therefore not simply an Animist Charm, but is in fact a Buddhist Sacred Artifact of the New Era.

Magical properties;

The Por Pan Pitsadarn emits Countless Magical Properties, including Klaew Klaad, Kong Grapan, Maha Lap, Metta Mahaniyom. The letter P stands for 'Por' (father) and the great father of all Buddhists is of course the Lord Buddha.

Kata Bucha Por Pan Pitsadarn

Por Jong Maa Prode Look Kon Nee Hai Khao Kin Im Non Hlab

Por Jong Maa Prode Look Kon Nee Khao Ja Ao Arai Gor Khor Hai Chuay Khao Som Pratanaa

Pra Jao Por Jong Maa Prode Look Kon Nee Putta Dtaechaena Kwaam Dai Yaa Hai Thook Bpadtisaewaami

Putta Maedtaa Jidt Tamma Maedtaa Jidt Sangka Maedtaa Jidt

Na Maedtaa Mo Karunaa Put Bpraanee Taa Yin Dee Ya Aen Doo - Iswaa Su Suswaa I - Put Ta Bi Dti I

Por Pan Pitsadarn (Wierd letter P) Wicha Luang Phu Taep Loke Udorn - Luang Phu Tong - Tham Maha Chote Phuno 2555 BE

Bia Gae Aathan Maha Rangap - Anti Black Magic

Bia Gae Aathan Maha Rangap - Anti Black Magic, Curses, Ghost Posession, Poisoning and Sickness amulet - Kroo Ba Dech Gidtiyano - Samnak Songk Pha Cha Ban Ratanakosin

This now rare first edition Bia Gae Rangap Aathan by Kroo Ba Dech was released in 2550 BE, and quicly became extremely popular, with news of its power reaching far to other shores, such as Singapore and Malaysia, Taiwan and Hong Kong.

Kroo ba Dech was sitting meditationg in a remote mountain cave of Lampang Province, when he had a Nimitta Vision of the Ruling devas inhabiting the cave. They told him to take sacred substances from the cave, to use to help living beings with (make amulets). Then, Kroo ba Dech lit some incense and made his prayer of reverence. he then sought out the 'treasure' within the cave. Within a short time, he found a bronze countainer, which, when opened, was found to contain Buddha relics abnd some 'Parort Aathan' (magical mercury metal). The Parort Aathan was formed into a large round ball and held solid with a Magical Inscription on its outer surface (Parort is magical because it is a metal which should liquify, but the Magical spell makes it stay solid).

In addition, a 'Bai Lan' (ancient parchment) magic Grimoire was found with a comlplete Wicha of Kata Akom (Magical Incantations and spells). Kroo Ba Dech studied them well, and found them to be Sacred Sorcery for the prevention of Black magic attacks, and removal of Dark magic Spells, and some Wicha were intended for Metta maha Sanaeh, and Protection from Physical harm.

Kroo Ba Dech took the Parort and the Buddha relics and placed them in his Prayer Water Bowl and empowered the prayer water with them. it turned out after some time, that the prayer water was healing illnesses, removing black magic spells and also preventing them.

When Kroo Ba Dech saw the powerful effect of the Magical relics and substances found in the cave, he took a portion of them and used to powder and make Wua Tanu guardian effigies to protect against Black magic. The devotees had so much success and the amulet became a famous edition for the tales of powerful effects. So then Kroo Ba Dech took some of the remaining powders and relics to make these Bia Gae shell amulets, stuffiing the sacred relics inside each of the Bia Gae

The Muan sarn used to fill the Bia Gae was made from; Rae Lek Lai, Rae Parort, Rae Prataat (Buddha relics), Rae Samrit, Rae Saket Daw (Meteorite), Pong Wan ya Gae Aathan Dtamra Thai Yai (anti black magic herbs - recipe from the Thai Yai tribe), Pong Maha Sakot, Pong Sayob Marn, Pong Hua Jai Wua Tanu Fai, Pong Hua Jai Kwai Tanu, Pong Taep Aawut Taw Jadtu Lokaban Tang See (the four Asura Kinds of Jadtumaharachiga Realm), Pong Hua Jai Totsagan, Pong Hua Jai Waes Suwan, Pong Yant Grao Paetch (Diamond Armor Yantra powders), Pong Yant Kampaeng Kaew Jet Chan (seven tiered crystal wall of Buddhas Yantra powder), Pong Yant Maha baramee Sam Sip Tidt (30 directional Yantra of Immense Merit powders), and Pong Hua Wan Paya Wan (the finest cuts of the finest magical herbs collected as a five star mixture). These were then left to await the 5th Month for empowerment, when they were mixed into one Muan Sarn powder, to fill the Bia Gae with. Once the Bia Gae shells (a kind of sea shell) were stuffed full of the relics and powders, they were empowered once more with a mass of Incantations;

Kata Ongarn Hua Jai Yakhee, Kata Taep Aawut Taw Jadtu Lokaban Tang See, Kata Hua Jai Waes Suwan, Kata Hua Jai Wua Tanu Fai, Kata Hua Jai Kwai tanu, Montr Maha Rangap, Kata Hua Jai Jone, Kata Maha Bpraab, Kata Maha Sakot, Kata Sayob Marn, Kata Grao paetch, Kata Gampaeng Gaew, Kata baramee 30 Tidt.

Kroo Ba Dech performed 108 Incantations of each Kata Individually, which completed te empowerment. The Bia Gae Maha Rangap can be used for scaring ghosts and demons away, who will fear to approach the Bia Gae. To subdue evil, protect from Black Magic, demonic or ghostly possession, Ya Buea (a spell of powder in your food to make you lose you lustre.. apathy sets in and you die), Ya Sang (same as Ya Buea with different specific effects), and other spirtual states of abnormal behavior you may observe, which may come from Black magic.

The Bia Gae maha Rangap also possesses Kong Grapan power to protect agains elephant tusks (sharp objects), and poisonous animals and creatures, protects against Virus.

You can use the sacred powder face of the Bia Gae to extract poison from a wound, or to stroke around the edge of a wound to prevent infections. The Bia Gae can be immersed in prayer water bowl to make holy water, which you can wipe on your face, drink, to cure your ailments. It bears the brint of your misfortunes and removes the most of the bad luck which Karma brings us from time to time.

Kata Pluk Sek Bua Gae Maha Rangap

Om Ayang Yagkho Na Mudt Ja Dti Om Ayang Yagkho Nandta Dtang Sawhaaya Om Ayang Yagkho Wisae Haemi Isugang Waradtang Mae Dtae Dti Ja U Sa Ja Hi Dtang Lo Gae Dtang Wisae Haemi Bpiyang Ma Ma Idti bpiso Wisae Sae I Isae sae Putta Naa Mae I Imae Naa Puttadtang So I Iso Dtang Putta Bpi Dti I

Chant 3, or 7 Times. Use the incantation before immersing to make Holy water to protect with, or to chant and blow on the amulet before carrying with you on your person - chant before wearing it, blowing on the Bia Gae when you finish the chanting, or even during the chanting if you are experienced and know of the Prana breath transmission method.

Bia Gae Aathan Maha Rangap - Anti Black Magic, Curses, Ghost Posession, Poisoning and Sickness amulet - Kroo Ba Dech Gidtiyano - Samnak Songk Pha Cha Ban Ratanakosin

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Nam Man Prai Paya Ngu Hlueam Khamuab Sap

Nam Man Prai Paya Ngu Hlueam Khamuab Sap (Python coiled around Treasure) Metta Oil for Gambling, Business and Love - Kroo Ba Dech Gittiyano - Samnak Songk Pha Cha Ban Mai

Snakes survive easily in their Natural Habitat, and the ease with which they catch their prey, and their survival powers are considered to be Naturally Magical powers present within Python Wicha amulets even without further Incantations or Psychic Empowerment. Their Musk has been used in perfumes and other potions to attract friendship and love for Centuries in many Cultures. It is also Traditionally believed, that he or she who dreams of a Python, will find their True Partner in Life. Hardcore Gamblers swear by the powers of the Wicha Ngu Hlueam (Python Magic), of which of course the 'Dueay' (spurs of the male), or the Oil Extract, are considered to be the most powerful Wicha for Gambling.

For this Batch of Python Prai Oil, Kroo Ba Dech went to sit and practice Kammayhana Vipassana Meditations inside a Sacred Cave, where he saw a 'Ngu Dtaay Prai' (Python that had died in the correct circumstances for Prai Magic spell to be made). Kroo Ba Dech thus entered into Jhanic Meditation, and saw that the Python was not any Average kind of Snake,but is a 'Ngu Jao Tee' - a Ruling Deva and Guardian of the Treasures within the Cave. Kroo ba Dech saw that the Python had gathered enough Merits Giarding the Cave that it had Risen up to the Next Level of its Existence, and wished Kroo Ba Dech to use its now cast off body parts to make amulets for the lessening of Suffering.

The Individual ingredients of the Muan Sarn used for the Potion were given empowerments before a final empowerment on the evening of the Yearly Lunar 'Kuen Pen Jantr', wbich is considered to be the most auspicious occasion for making Metta and Maha Sanaeh amulets. As the Prai Oil Potion was being boiled and the ceremony was being Chanted, various snakes entered the area and were slithering around. Kroo ba Dech told the Devotees not to be Alarmed, and indeed, after the Ceremony was over, the snakes all went on their way quietly.

This was considered to be a Sign of Miraculous Power and Sacred Blessings on this edition of Prai Oil. The Oil did not take long to become famous due to this Strange Unexplainable Event. Kroo Ba Dech finished empowering the Python Oil, and then inserted a spell with Python Skin, and a Takrut scroll spell.

The Python Prai Oil is useful for the following purposes

1. Siang Choke (Gambling) - Use to increase Chances of Winning and Induce Lucky Winning Streaks.
2. Kaa Khaay (selling and business) - Powerful for increasing Customers and Clients, improving your powers to convince others to buy your wares, or hire your services.
3. Metta Maha Sanaeh - Love and Popularity - Powerful attraction of Lovers and to increase Popularity in Professional and Social/Romantic areas of Life.

Smear a little drop of oil on the Palm of each hand before you go Gambling, or to work, to attract income and sales, lottery wins and good hands of cards.

Kata Bucha 

You can use any of the Kata for Maha Sanaeh and Metta here; Kata for Metta Mahaniyom and Maha Sanaeh Amulets, Charms and Oils

Nam Man Prai Paya Ngu Hlueam Khamuab Sap (Python coiled around Treasure) Metta Oil for Gambling, Business and Love - Kroo Ba Dech Gittiyano - Samnak Songk Pha Cha Ban Mai

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Nang Jinda Riak Nuea Hlang Pra Ngang Jom Jao Choo

Nang Jinda Riak Nuea Hlang Pra Ngang Jom Jao Choo (Nymph Enchantment Deity calling Deer with Ngang inserted in rear face) - Ajarn Taep Pongsawadarn

Maha Sanaeh Love Charm amulet by Pra Ajarn Taep Pongsawadarn Gusala Jidto.
Recommended for people who like a powerful Magic that has a fast effect. Much feedback has been given on the strength of this amulet, and the speed of its influence.

The Deer Calling Nymph Deva is standing on the front face, calling the pure innocence of the Deer to her, with her aura of beauty and purity. On the back side of the amulet, a Pra Ngang Jom Jao Choo (Champion Flirt) effigy amulet is inserted.

More than a hundred types of magical pollens woods and Prai Powders were added to the Powder potion for this amulet, using the ultra rare and powerful Paya Wan Dork Tong.

The Amulet is Intended for Love Charm, Gambling and Business improvement Purposes.

To perform Bucha to the Nang Jinda Riak Nuea, you can Chant the Kata Jinda Manee Montr for General Metta Maha sanaeh increase, and Use the Kata for Pra Ngang when wishing to go Gambling, or get quick results with the Opposite sex.

Nang Jinda Riak Nuea Hlang Pra Ngang Jom Jao Choo (Nymph Enchantment Deity calling Deer with Ngang inserted in rear face) - Ajarn Taep Pongsawadarn

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Look Krok Phii Prai Kanong Rit Dtaak Phaa Orm

Look Krok Phii Prai Kanong Rit Dtaak Phaa Orm (Kumarn Tong in Cloth Binding) 6 x 3 Inch Bucha Statue - Pra Ajarn Dtee Yai (Khmer Sorceror) - Wat Ban Sri Sukh - Recommended for Gamblers

Look Krok Phii Prai Kanong Rit Dtaak Phaa Orm - Invoked and Empowered during the 'Rerk Dtaak Phaa Orm' Auspicious Alignment to induce great wealth Giving Influence to the magic of the Look Krok, and increase its Powers of Riches Attraction. The Auspicious Alignments of the Empowerment Ceremony also avoid any Magical Effects from Inbfluencing the Karma of the Person revering the Look Krok.

This Look Krok has been Empowered using the Ancient Laoatian method of 'Montr Wicha Sek Look Hlord', which empowers the Prai Spirit within the Look Krok to Endow its Caretaker with Great Prosperity and Treasures. It has been given the Duty to Increase Wealth and Prosperity, Luck and Fortunes as Quickly as Possible, and Incite Increased Sales in Business or Wage Rise in Earnings in the Profession.

Lotteries and other Gambling Activities are easier to Win with the help of the Look Krok Phii Prai Kanong Rit Dtaak Pha Orm. It also has 'Prai grasip (Ghost Whisperer) powers which forewarn of Dangers, and of Winning Streaks. Bad Luck is converted into Good Luck.

The Muan Sarn Used for the sculpting of the Effigies to house the Look Krok prai Spirits is purely made from ground powder pastes using the most Sacred and Powerful Sorcerous Ingredients, which have been known to possess strong powers and Ruling Spirits for Centuries.

Size; 6 Inches Long x 3 Inches Wide

One Limitation with this Particular Bucha Statue, is that you can only revere and Gather and Share Merits with it for a period of 20 years, because after this period, the Spell will be released and the Kumarn will be allowed to be Reborn again. Luang Por did not force the Kumarn to dwell within the Effigy, rather he Invited it to come of its own Free Will. He made an agreement that the person revering the Effigy wishes to become Rich, and that this Caretaker (You) will make offeriings to the Sangha and Buddhism, and offer to share the Fruits of the Merits with the Look Krok, in exchange for assistance in acquiring great Riches. The Richer you become, the more money and more often you should offer to the Sangha, and share offerings with the Look Krok. You should make at least one decent offering per Month. When you make the offerings, say this in your heart;

"I offer a part of the Fruits of this Merit Making to the Hoeng prai Spirits of the Kumarn and Kumaree, Kumarn Fan Dam, Kumarn Mayom Hwaan, Prai Grasip, Mae Pim, Por Khun Phaen, and that all the other Prai Ghosts come and receive some of the Fruits of these Merits (share with your heart not only your words) - Come and take your fill of these Fruits of Merits made - Saatu!"

When the 20 years are up, and the Old Kumarn has left to become Reborn again, you can then call a new Kumarn to enter, because the effigy is not only empowered with a Kumarn Spirit, it has a Montr Kroo master spell and 'Yaan Kroo' (Guru Master Mind) within it, which can command and re-instate a new spirit to Dwell within it and take over the Duties of the Old Kumarn.

To call a new spirit into the Effigy, make an invitation in your heart when offering merits to the Kumarns, and ask one to come and take over the Duty of the effigy as you perform offerings to the Sangha.

The Statue is made from Pong Wan Kumarn Tong, Wan Maha Lap, Wan Poeng, Wan Prai Grasip, Wan Dork Tong, Want Sanaeh Jantr Tang Ha (five kinds of moon charm flower), and a large array of Maha Sanaeh powders, Metta Mahaniyom and Choke Lap powders. It was then bound with 'Daay Joong Phii Dtaay Hoeng' (Sorceror's threads with Magical Incantations in them), and wrapped in Corpse Cloths from a Phii Dtaay Hoeng Spirit.

Call the Look Krok to come with you wherever you go. You can offer red drink or water, a portion of food at meal times or some sweets. The food offerings are not ultimately compulsoryt, but the Kumarn is very inclined to wish to make offerings to the Sangha or donate food in the alms bowl more than to recieve food offerings for itself. It likes to Consume Merits to rise up to higher levels in its next birth. It is important when working with merit Sharing spirit devas, that you develop the way of truly meaning it when you share the fruits of your Merits, and this will increase the results you recieve from the Kumarn.

You must not open the cords which bind the Kumarn, for it will release the Spirit within,

Use this Kata for calliing Lucky Streaks and Riches before going Gambling

Na Ma Pa Ta Dtae Na Dtae U Na A (Chant 3 Times)

Look Krok Phii Prai Kanong Rit Dtaak Phaa Orm (Kumarn Tong in Cloth Binding) 6 x 3 Inch Bucha Statue - Pra Ajarn Dtee Yai (Khmer Sorceror) - Wat Ban Sri Sukh - Recommended for Gamblers

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Phu Jao Saming Prai - Nuea Pong Phuudt Gwa 70 Dton

Phu Jao Saming Prai - Nuea Pong Phuudt Gwa 70 Dton (70 Ghosts Ancient Prai Powder) + Takrut Sam Kasat (Triple Takrut Bronze, Silver, Gold) - Pra Ajarn Oe Putto Raksa



Pra Ajarn Oe has made these Phu Jao Saming Pra Tiger Face Ruesi amulets using Ancient Muan Sarn Prai Powders gathered by and inherited from the Great Khmer Master 'Ajarn Graem' of Ban Ber Grian. Empowered with Wicha to Invoke the Ruesi, with the turning of the four elements and the Akarn 32 Kata for Reanimation Spell. A Triple Takrut Sam Kasat is inserted in the rear face of the amulet, which is Traditionally Hand Pressed according to Ancient Ruesi Traditional Methods.

The Sacred Powder is immensely rich in Prai Content, with Prai Powders from over 70 different Phuudt Spirit Ghosts. Immense Maha Sanaeh Attraction Power comes from the course concentrated Prai Powders and Invocation of the Tiger faced Ruesi Phu Jao Saming Prai.

The front face features Boroma Kroo Ruesi Phu Jao Saming Prai (Ruesi Hnaa Suea), sat on his Meditation Throne, flanked by two Skulss (Prai Grasip), which are the foretellers of Winning Streaks and Lottery, and Order the Ruling Devas of Gambling Tables to throw things in Favor of the Devotee wearing the Amulet. This Amulet is thus Triply Useful as 1. A Bucha Item for Devotee of Tiger face Ruesi, 2. Maha Sanaeh Spell for Love Charm and Attraction and 3. A Gamblers Amulet to Induce Lucky Streaks and Winning Hands.

The Rear face has an Ancient Sacred Na Spell Inscription ('Na Dtalok'; a Swastika Like design dating back to Early Vedic Times that has been used as a Powerful Maha Sanaeh spell and Inducer of Prosperity since Thousands of Years, and is one of the Inherited Ancient Magical Spells still used by the Thai Ruesi in the Sacred Geometry of Yantra).

Ruesi Phu Jao Saming Prai (Hnaa Suea)

This Ruesi Hermit Sage, is also known as Boromakroo Jao Saming Prai. In Thai, his real name and title is ‘Taw Himawat’ (ท้าวหิมวัต) The famous master monk Hlwong Phu Ga Hlong (currently famous for his amulets), uses this ruesi as his mentor.

Kata (mantra) for Ruesi Hnaa Suea (tiger head Ruesi)

Oem Rue Reur (Leu Leur if you like), Mahaa Rue Raa Payakkae Payakkoe

Ittirittae Ittirittoe Sirae Sirae Kuroe Kuroe Yaadoe Bpen Man Naa Ham

Guu Diar Bang Giar Doer Doer

Alternatively, or in Addition to the previous Kata;

Ugaasa Imang Akkee Paahu Bpub-Phang Ahang Wantaa Aajariyang Sappa Sayyang Winaasandti Sitti Giriya Abpa Rabpa Chaa Imasming Pawandtume

Tudtiyambpi – Ugaasa Imang Akkee Paahu Bpub-Phang Ahang Wantaa Aajariyang Sappa Sayyang Winaasandti Sitti Giriya Abpa Rabpa Chaa Imasming Pawandtume

Dtadtiyambpi – Ugaasa Imang Akkee Paahu Bpub-Phang Ahang Wantaa Aajariyang Sappa Sayyang Winaasandti Sitti Giriya Abpa Rabpa Chaa Imasming Pawandtume

Pra Ajarn Oe Putto Raksa is a Major Influence in Leading Position in the new movement of Thai Occult Amulet makers, with a vast array of original and powerful amulets made with Ancient Traditional Wicha, and presented in a very personal and original fashion. fast becoming an Internationally Preferred Ordained Master for Thai Occult Charms. His amulets are always changing and released in small Numbers, making each edition a Rarity and a Sacred Object which can only increase in Value both Spiritually and Materially.

Pra Ajarn Oe, whilst still in his Prime, has now proved himself to be an adept of more Master Wicha than many Ajarns can Master in a whole lifetime. With still a long Future ahead of him, and considering the very small numbers made of his original ancient method hand made amulets, we can expect his Trajectory to become one of those which become legendary, and that his amulets will be both revered and treasured for many Future Generations to come. Their value is expected to increase steadily and rapidly as each edition is released, is snatched up by his many Looksit, and disappear from the Marketplace. His amulets are made in small quantities, remaining faithful to ancient Magical traditional substances and empowerment methods.

Phu Jao Saming Prai - Nuea Pong Phuudt Gwa 70 Dton (70 Ghosts Ancient Prai Powder) + Takrut Sam Kasat (Triple Takrut Bronze, Silver, Gold) - Pra Ajarn Oe Putto Raksa

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