Hnaa Gaag Pran Bun Great Hunter Amulet

Hnaa Gaag Pran Bun Great Hunter Amulet 'Hnun Baramee Normo Khao Or' Series Released in the 2558 BE Kathina Robe Donation Ceremony at Wat Ban Suan - The Amulet is a Southern Thai Manorah Performance Arts Sorcery Kroo Deity Mask, with Hand Inscription of Sacred Na Agkhara on rear face, from Luang Por Prohm, of Wat Ban Suan, in Pattalung.

The Pran Bun Manorah Masks were made from Sacred Earths baked as a clay powder amulet in ancient fashion. Various different models were made both in Natural Clay and in Painted Colors, and various other Sacred Powders, as well as some special Gammagarn versions, which were made in a number of cast Metals.

Size: 2.5 x 2.5 Cm
The Manorah Mask is an amulet that is used for Metta Mahaniyom Mercy Charm and Maha Sanaeh Attraction, and is used by the Performance Artists of Ligae and Manorah alike (Ligae being another kind of Vaudeville seen in Thailand, of which there are many regional and artistic forms). In the below Video You can see the Great Ekachai Srivichai Narrate as Presenter and Master of Ceremonies (and comedian) some Regional Traveling Stage Theater Tour of Manorah Performance Arts.
The Masks are used to attract admirers and audiences, and to charm them into enjoying the show. The sacred powder used in the masks for Wicha Manorah, always contains talc face powders taken from Manorah Theaters, who do not just us any kind of talcum, rather only magically empowered talcum which possesses the Wicha Manorah.

Manorah Wai Kroo Ceremony at Wat Nai Tao in Trang
Hence both the sacred powders themself, and the mask, are both ancient and powerful forms of Manorah magic, for Metta Mahaniyom Maha Sanaeh and Maha Lap to enter into your Horoscope and Improve your Karma, and Profession. It is not often that we see Temples release the Sacred Hnaa Pran Bun Manorah Mask amulet, but this year, due to the right Astrological Circumstances, various masters of the Southern Traditions are honoring the Wicha, and preserving it with a new revival of Pran Bun Manorah, and related Deity amulets.

For those in the entertainment and leisure professions, as well as escort services and those who have to secude their listeners, the Pran Bun Manorah Mask is a perfect Magical Mascot and Companion to Inflect Mercy Charm and Maha Sanaeh Seductive Influence, and Metta Mahaniyom (Great Preference) Enchantment Spell.

This is a perfect opportunity to Bucha the Boroma Kroo Guru Deity of all the Manorah Performance Arts, to bring 'Siri Mongkol' (Auspicous Blessings) to the Practitioners of this Profession, who are also simultaneously all Looksit (Devotees) of the Protective Ruling Deities and Angelic Devas of the Manorah.

You can see an example of the Magical Aspect of Manorah Sorcery performed by another great Master, Pra Ajarn Prasut, of Wat Nai Tao (Trang), who also is a Master Adept of Southern Manorah Magic.
Manorah is the Southern Thai Style of Dance, Musical and Theatrical Performance Arts, and has been an integral part of Southern Thai Culture for Centuries if not Thousands of Years. The Manora Theater performance is known commonly as 'Norah'. The word 'Manorah' however, does not originate from the South of Thailand. The word Manorah, first came into use during the Krung Sri Ayuttaya Kingdom.

The word Manorah appears in the tale of Pra Suthon, who is the Princess of his Desires. The Pran Bun Hunter is also both a figure who appears in the Southern Manorah Theater, coming from Pra Suthon Legends. In this legend, the Kinaree winged Maiden is also a powerful Feature of the story of Pra Suthon.

It was the Hunter Bun (Pran Bun), who spied the seven Kinaree Maidens and ensnared one of them, to take and present to the Palace, and it was this Kinaree maiden who was named 'Manorah'. The Manorah Kinnaree is prolific in Southern Manorah Theater, appearing in a host of different acts.

The Manorah Dancing Style is almost certainly influenced directly from the Hindu People of the Indian Continent, who travelled over for trade and to stay here in the times prior to the rise of the Sri Vichai Empire in Southern Siam. The amulets contain Sacred Bpaeng Manorah powders for attraction and business improvement, with ancient Southern Buddha Magic of the Manorah tradition empowering it with powerful Wicha. This item is particularly powerful as a business and professional success tool.Manorah Arts are theatrical dance and musical arts which have walked hand in hand with the Southern Magical Tradition as if born together. The Manorah Artists believe in the use of the Manorah mask as not only a Theatrical tool, but also as a Sacred and Magical tool.

Below is another Wai Kroo ceremony of Manorah tradition for you to enjoy, from Ajarn Prasut's 2554 BE Wai Kroo Manorah at Wat Nai Tao in Trang Province for a series of Nang Kwak statues made.
Kata Pran Bun
Om Namaa Mee Maa Na Nae Nu Ni Na Swaaha Swaahome
Chant the Kata three times either out loud or if you are out and about, can chant it silently within the heart and mind, when calling admirers. The amulets were blessed in Traimas Buddha Abhiseka at Wat Ban Suan, with full Invitation of the Devas and the Manorah Wai Kroo, and subsequent Buddha Abhiseka, with Luang Por Prohm of Wat Ban Suan performing the Administration of the Buddha Abhiseka Blessiing Ceremony.
Wat Ban Suan is one of the Dtamnak Dtak Sila Khao Or Southern Academy of Sorcery Temples, and is the Home of Khao Or Magic and the Root Lineage Center of the Great Master of Khao or Magic, Luang Por Kong. Luang Por Prohm is the current Abbot of Wat Ban Suan.

Luang Por Prohm is the Looksit, and Continuation of the Khao Or Tradition, the Greatest and most Famous Southern School of Sorcery in Thailand. He learned his Wicha from Luang Por Kong directly, who was in fact also the Kroo Ba Ajarn in Wicha Saiyasart (Sorcery) to Ajarn Iad of Wat Don Sala. Luang Por Prohm Received his Lineage Mastery Wicha bestowed from the previous abbot of Wat Ban Suan, Kroo Ba Ajarn, Luang Por Kong.
Luang Por Prohm's Wicha Are indeed many fold, For he has Mastered many different forms of magic spells, invocations, and mastery of elemental magic and forces. Developing his Psychic Powers and Practicing the path of Kammathana forest tradition Buddhism, Developing his meditative skill with the Practice of Vipassana. Luang Por Prohm Has truly mastered a large array of different forms of sorcery and ways of invoking and inviting Devas, and spirits, to dwell within the various forms of animals and Deities, and other effigies which Luang Por Prohm Has learned to master, and control.
Luang Por Prohm was present and assisted in empowerments of many famous editions made by his predecessor, and of other earlier Khao Or amulets too, including the Pra Pong Kong Chai Chum Chai of Ajarn Chum, which had Ajarn Tong Tao on one side, and Ajarn Kong on the other, and is a ver famous Kong Grapan amulet from 2512 BE.

The Dtamnak Dtak Sila Khao Or Southern Academy of Sorcery, is perhaps the most famous and long standing lineage of Occult practice that is still alive and kicking to this day, and has a large array of truly adept masters under its list of members, past and present. There is no lineage more famous respected or feared for its truly powerful sorcery, as the Dtamnak Dtak Sila Khao Or.
Few masters and temples these day are like Luang Por Prohm, and produce not only very rare and exclusive amulets, but also release many kinds of ritual ceremonial instruments, and other kind of Talismans which serves to also preserve the ancient traditions and Wicha through the present Era into the Future. This also brings what would usually be extremely difficult items to obtain, into the hands of, and for the use of the common people, the active practitioner, and lay devotee.

Pra Kring Dtraimas Hlor Boran 2548 BE - 9 Sacred Metals Luang - Por Song - Wat Sala Din

Luang Por Song's famous 2548 BE Pra Kring Buddha Amulet. Now a Collectors Piece, which is Usual with most Pra Kring from Top Masters, being heirloom Amulets by nature. The Pra Kring is perhaps the most widely collected amulet adn is known with Buddhist Devotees as an auspicious Blessing of the Purity of the Buddhas, as well as a Union of Sacred Art between the Theravada and Mahayana Sects.

The Imagery of the Pra Kring Buddha is Essentially mahayana style and very beloved by Thai Chinese and Chinese Buddhists. It is considered a family heirloom that is passed down to one's Children, and is an Auspicous Blessing, Protector and Luck Bringer with no Black Magic or Karmic side effects, only Meritorious Buddha Blessings.
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Size 3.5 Centimeters High x 2 Cm Wide Base
In Case you are New to Amulets;
Apart from the Spiritual Value of the Pra Kring, and the fact that this particular Kring is a Luang Por song Pra kring, a High Sangha of Great Purity whose Classic, small numbered editions of Thai Buddhist Amulets are Highly Sought after and never enough in supply for the number of serious Collectors of this type of Esteemed Amulet of Fine Taste and Extremely Sacred Empowerment.
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The base is covered with Lava Loha, with numbered code and the Name of Luang Por Song Inscribed. A Kring Bead Relic is inserted into the interior of the Base of the Loi Ongk Statuette. The Khmer Sanskrit letter 'Ma' is stamped into the base for edition authenticity marking. Serial Number can vary from that in the picture, as they are different for each amulet. Due to the nine sacred metals and the high quantity of pure gold mixed in, the surface colors vary throughout the wholse amulet. For this reason, one should understand that each amulet is slightly different, each one distinct and original in its particular markings.
Leaving the Sacred behind for a monment, we must also discuss the Collectorship aspect of this amulet, because Pra Kring are Classic Cult Collector Amulets, which has its own evaluation system that is artistic and speculative instead of Religious. Stamps just have stamp collectors, coins just have coin collectors.
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But amulets, be they coin amulets, metal, powder, a particular kind (such as the Pra Kring) or whatever, have a Religious and Mystical value that goes beyond such speculations. however, amulets also have the same kind of collector niches as do stamps, coins or any other cult collector circle. The trading, swopping, collecting and showing of amulets in competitions, is a world in itself. Some people collect amulets for religious reasons, some for speculation or collectorship, and some for both reasons (like Us).
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The Pra Kring was released some time ago in 2548 BE in a Dtraimas Empowerment which saw the Pra Kring being empowered nightly in the Hut of Luang Por Song as he passed the 3 month Rainy Retreat in his Kuti. At the end of the Rain retreat, a sacred Puttapisek Blessing Ceremony was performed in the Uposadha Shrine room, with the Dharma Chakra Incantation to Open the Eyes of the Budha in the statues.
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We feel that this Pra Kring is a very High Quality Buddhist Amulet of High sacred Value and Collectorship Interest. Blessed by Luang Por Song, a great Monk of Diligent Practice. His amulets are considered very Holy. A true Masterpiece of Pra Kring Traditional Amulet.

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The Pra Kring Amulet Comes in Box from the Temple - Can be Encased if desired.

Thai-Chinese Monkey Arahant God Amulet for Success Solid Silver Limited Series First Edition

Rian Tai Sia Huk Jow is the Thai Chinese Monkey Arahant God of Success. The amulets were Blessed and empowered by LP Ruay (Wat Tago), LP Perm (Wat Bom Gaew), LP Khaw (Wat Dork Kway) LP Mian (Wat Ban Chanian), LP Pian (Wat Grern Gathin), LP Raks (LP Luck - Wat Sutawat Vipassana), Pra Ajarn Id (Wat Jula Manee),Pra Maha Surasakt (Wat Pradoo), and Luang Por Chamnan of Wat Bang Kuti Tong.

This Special Gammagarn Solid Silver Limited Edition Thai-Chinese Deity Image was made as a Bucha Statue and as Deity Coin amulets, in two different postures for different magical blessings;

1.Pang Samrej - Success and Accomplishment 
2.Pang Chana - Winning, Victory over ones obstacles and enemies 

This 'Chalong Sae Yid' edition of luxury collectors edition coin amulets are the first ever making of this Deity in amulet or Bucha form for the Public.

Only 588 coins were made in this particular Pim/Model, which is made from 'Nuea Ngern' (Pure Solid Silver).

Silver is only second to Gold and Platinum for its Purity as a perfect conductor for electricity and magnetism, and for magical power and Prana energy (subject to argument, for many traditionalists believe in the power of Nuea Dee Buk for charged magical power).

It is thus, not only a luxurious and attractive precious metal for a high end model amulet, but is also is a very powerful medium for amulet empowerment.

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Buddha under Bodhi Tree Clay Hiding Place Amulet Por Tan Jerm 2499 BE

Pra Prok Po Prai Samutra - Sakyamuni Buddha on Bodhi Tree Throne with Falling Leaves - Sacred Ancient 2499 BE Amulet - Yant Leu-Ler on rear face - Por Tan Jerm of Wat Hoi Rak (Nakorn Sri Tammarat).

This Pra Prok Po ancient hiding place amulet (Pra Gru) is full of sacred power, and it is very apparent in its very rich appearance, for the time, effort and great assortment of sacred powders that have been gathered and mixed into this now more than half a Century old miraculous amulet.

These are amongst the most classic Amulets that have graced international ancient amulet collectors seen during the last decade and have been considerably valued by Devotees around South East Asia for at least 10 years or more.

The sacred value goes without question, and the trajectories and purity of their maker Por Tan Jerm, is that of a great Buddhist master of high repute. His amulets are amongst the most highly praised within this class and price range of ancient Buddhist Amulets.

This sheer hardeness and dry but smooth and silky texture of this most beautiful classic Buddha image in Baked Sacred powders, is worthy of high esteem, in the eye of the collector of Sacred Pra Gru hiding place amulets.

Pra Prok Po Lang Maha Yant (Buddha with Bodhi leaf Canopy with Maha Yant Phetcharat on rear face) 2499 BE is one of a small number of now ever rarer and highly regarded ancient Pra Gru amulets.

Por Tahn Jerm (Pra Tayn Jan) is one who is very skilled in the Witayaakom occult sciences has summoned the Prai Samut and through supreme meditative absorption has commanded it to bestow its great power into these ancient Buddha amulets.

Pra Prok Po 2499

These amulets were created over a painstakingly long time of 10 years with many adept masters lending their powerful knowledge into the recitation of the necessary incantations for these Pra Gru. Formulated with a Sacred Muan Sarn of Pong Prai Samutra Saiyasart Powders and 108 sacred herbs baked clay mixture.

The intent of constructing these particular amulets was done in great compassion with the foresight that they would one day help to disseminate the Buddha Dhamma over the entire expanse of the world.
The auspicious Pra Bpok Po and Pra Pidta Maha Ud Pra Gru ancient amulets from Wat Hoi Rak Bpak Phanang, Nakhon Si Thammarat, are truly created from a highly skilled master, who has gone above and beyond, to collect the most holy of ingredients.
These were gathered, to form these highly auspicious and superbly powerful amulets that were consecrated with sacred incantations through supreme conscious awareness.The Prai Samut and Pra Kata Maha Phetcharat was intoned 10,000 times during 3 Dtraimas. beginning in the year 2490 BE.
The rite was completed in 2499 BE, before being able to distribute these amulets to the disciples of Por Tahn Jerm. and adherents of the Buddha Dhamma, which immediately reinvigorated the faithful.
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The amulets that weren't distributed were then taken and hiden away in the pavillion which houses the central Buddha image of the temple.

Wat Hoi Rak has a rich history of adept Gaeji Ajarn skilled in the Khmer Saiwaet occultism including (but not limited to) Por Klaai Waajaasit, Por Kling, Por Mui, etc. who all had come enmass to lend their knowledge and expertise into the consecration of the holy muan sarn powder mixture.Por Jerm and the plethora of monks and Ajarn worked to manually grind the sacred powder by hand using mortar and pestle to a fine chrystaline with which the powder was used to inscribe sacred Yant and Kata Akom of 108 Pra Puttakhun, 56 Dtammakhun, and 14 Sagkhakhun.

Pra Prok Po 2499 BE Por Tan Jerm

The ceremony was recited over by those who had undertaken at least 9 Sila roop moral precepts and the prayer of homage to the triple gem Ratana Sutta was recited during the entire rite.

The amulets were consecrated with the powers of Kong Krapan invincibility, Klaew Klad evasion, Metta Maha Niyom and Maha Sanaeh.
The Pra Brok Po and Pra Pidta are truly a miraculously powerful example of the highly prestigious physic power of Por Jerm that commands honour on every side.

Later on LP Jerm master of the Aakom Prai Samut passed away from old age entering Nibbana at the age of 77 on 23 March 2528 having completed 57 Pansaa rains retreats.
Pra AJarn Peunotdtu Dtasunadtoh having inherited the masters Wittayaakom Saiyasart, performed the ceremony of worshiping the sol of LP Jerm to ask permission to open the amulet cache and remove them from the Montob, to be anointed and restored.

Many of the amulets were broken and very worn out and with permission were restored and distributed to those whos Kamma allowed them to receive such a rare piece of Buddhist and Saiyasart power and history.
There are 4 primary editions in this most Classic, and Highly Collected Pra Niyom class Acient Amulets, being:
  • Pra Brok Po (Pim Po San) Pim Yai Lang Yant Lu-Leu
  • Pra Brok Po (Pim Po Yao) Pim Yai Lang Yant Lu-Leu
  • Pra Brok Po (Pim Yai) Pim Po Yao Lang Yant Phetcharat Pu Ta Nu Sa Dti Na Ma Pa Ta A
  • Pra Pid Dta Maha Ud (Bpit Tawarn 9) Lang Maha Yant Phetcharat

Kata Pra Khun Phaen Pong Prai Kumarn of the 5 Great Masters

Kata Pra Khun Phaen Pong Prai Kumarn given by the 5 Great Masters of Maha Sanaeh; Luang Phu Bpan Gadtabanno, Luang Por Goey, Luang Phu Pan, Luang Phu In Khematewo, and Luang Por Khern.

Python Spur Amulet - Mercy Charm

This Sorcerous Animist Charm is a form of Occult Necromancy which invokes Metta Mahaniyom and Maha Pokasap Magickal influence from the Python's ability to sit in wait for its prey, without the need to move around or perform overly tiresome quests to entrap its victims.

The Python is renowned for the ability to maintain itself alive over long periods of time through maintaining an enduring survival through its high ratio of energy conversion in comparison to its metabolic consumption. This means that a Python can survive for months on one meal, and can avoid travelling around large distances, by merely lying in wait for prey to pass within its reach, and then launch its attack with one single leap, and entwine itself around the prey, making it impossible for that which enters its clutches, to escape ever again.

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Ajarn Apichai Decha Sacred Powder Magic Love Potion

Pong Ya Maha Sanaeh Love Potion for Infatuation and Enchantment - To use the Pong Ya Maha Sanaeh Enchantment Spell Potion, merely keeo adding some into the drinks, or the food (or both), to slowly but surely rell in your chosen 'victim', and entice them into falling in love with you. The person will gradually become infatuated with you, and become increasingly, and ever more deeply affected by the power of the potion.

Kumarn Taep Maha Mongkol 9 Nine Blessings Amulet - Pra Ajarn Prasut 2554 BE

This Kumarn Tong Loi Ongk statuette amulets is now a very rare acquisition, from the Wai Kroo 54 Edition - it is a Kumarn Tong Taep Effigy with 9 different auspiciuous blessings. Made from Nuea Loha Aathan, with Sacred Necromantic Prai Kumarn powders embedded within the effigy, from grand Master of Manorah Magick, Pra Ajarn Prasut, of Wat Nai Tao.

The general edition of these amulets in Nuea Loha Aathan had 1999 amulets made, but this particular example is a special Gammagarn edition which was only available in the Gammagarn sets, of which a mere 180 limited edition sets were made.

Free Waterproof casing is included in the price of this amulet.

Kumarn Tong Taep 9 Mongkol

The difference is distinguishable from the Code letter on the base of the amulet at the front, which is a 'Code Na' (the letter 'Na' in sacred Khom language)

These are now extremely rare amulets which were released by Southern Guru master of Manorah Magick, Pra Ajarn Prasut, of Wat Nai Tao in Huay Yord, Trang Province.


Luang Por Prasut makes small editions, and not every year, making his amulets of the rare Manorah Ancient Southern Style of Sorcery, which ios particularly powerful for those in Performanc Arts, and who have to Sell or Deal with the Public directly.

These Kumarn Tong use a very ancient form of Sorcery Invocation, and are empowered with Nine different Kinds of magickal Blessings.

They are Extremely well cast statuettes are filled with sacred Necromantic substances, and are composed of an Alchemical Sacred Alloy, that is extremely powerful and charged with the power of ancient smelted Buddhist Artifacts, Yantra Foils, and other Sacred Elemental substances.

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Kumarn Tong Taep Maha Mongkol 9 Pra Ajarn  Prasut Wat Nai Tao Wai Kroo 2554 BE

Released in Ajarn Prasut's now famous and extremely rare 'Wai Kroo 54' Edition which was the first time ever in the History of Wat Nai Tao+ (and indeed one of the only times such an event has been performed for an amulet blessing), that the Ancient Manorah Ritual was performed in Wai Kroo, using all the Ancient Methods of this disappearing form of Southern Sorcery. This edition was spearheaded by the Ultra rare nang Kwak manorah Statues and Amulets in Silapa Nakorn (Ancient Srivichai Buddhist Artistic style).

The Nang Kwak Manorah amulets and Bucha Statues were made in 2 ancient SouthThai styles; 'Nang Kwak Manorah' in the typical Southern Thai Performance Art Manorah costume with Kinaree Tail and 'Serd' Crown, and 'Nang Kwak Boran Silapa Nakorn' (Ancient Nakorn Sri Tammarat period art). The amulets were made in 'Jiw' size (miniature Loi Ongk statuettes) in various materials, as well as Bucha statues, with the top of the line being a hand painted Nang Kwak Manorah statue in tri-color (red white and blue for Thailand).

Kumarn Tong

The statues were filled with sacred Nang Kwak powders and a Takrut insert. In the same series were these Kumarn Tong Loi Ongk Mini Bucha statuettes in Sacred Alchenical Metals (Loha Aathan and Nava Loha, and Solid Silver). Some Look Om and Takrut were also released.

Below are images to document this edition

Nang Kwak Bucha Statues

Nang Kwak Boran Nakorn Sri Tammarat, and Kumarn Tong Taep (Deva Kumarn)

Nang Kwak Boran Silapa Nakorn

Kumarn Tong Taep Mongkol 9

Nang Kwak Bucha Statues
Puttapisek Tewapisek empowerment ceremony at Wat Nai Tao in traditional Manorah style

The Kumarn comes with original box from the temple of Wat Nai Tao, and is already encased in waterproof casing for you.
Kumarn Tong comes in box with free waterproof casing

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