Bucha Jao Ngo Pah Deity

How to Bucha Jao Ngo, Jao Ngo Mahassajan and Jao Ngo Jindamanee

The first time you make Bucha, you must place the Jao Ngo (be it a mask, a statuette, or even a Yantra cloth, it makes no difference) on your altar, and place 9 red roses on the ‘Pan’ (offering tray). You can use a seven colored ‘Puang Malai’ (garland). Light 9 incense sticks, and chant the Kata to the Triple Gem. Then, say the Kata Bucha Pra Radtana Dtrai from ‘Arahang Samma’ up to the words ‘Subpadtipanno’ (This is the first of three; Praputtakun, Pra Tammakun and Pra Sangkakun – you can, and perhaps should, do all three instead of ‘Kata Pra Puttakun’ only).

Jao Ngo Kaya Siddhi

Then Chant the ‘Chumnum Taewadaa’ (Inviting the Devas to attend), and the Karaniya Metta Sutta, followed by the ‘Kata Jinda Manee Bucha‘.
If you do this every day instead of just the first time, the rewards and effects of Metta will be extremely potent. If your schedule does not allow for such a long chanting session, then you should chant the Kata Jinda Manee with full heart (always remember to chant ‘Na Mo Dtassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa’ before chanting to any amulets or Deities).

You should offer also savories and sweets, especially ‘Ngo‘ fruits (Rambutans), apples, bananas and coconuts.

There is much importance to performing the ceremony of receiving the Deity into the house, which, if enacted to the full extent, will bring much luck and good fortune into the household.

You should pray for sensible things which bring no evil upon yourself or others, and the fruits will come. You should think strongly of the Triple Gem when beginning to chant, and then think of the Jao Ngo Pah Deity, and offer fruits of the merits of your chanting to his own rapid liberation from Samsara. Illnesses and sickness will not approach, sales will flourish, and you will succeed both socially and professionally. Offer Dhana (alms) to the poor, or to Buddhist Sangha, and dedicate any fruits of your merits to the triple gem, the Kroo Ba Ajarn, MOther and Father, relatives, hell beings, hungry ghosts, animals, humans, deities (including the Jao Ngo Pah must be thought of) and Asuras. This will cause great luck and fortune and money will flow easily to you.

If you have a shop, and install the Jao Ngo Pah can be a Bucha Mask, Satue, or Loi Ongk Statuette, Pha Yant etc), it can bting you many customers. You can use the Deity to make prayer water for Maha Lap, by chanting the Kata Jinda Manee three times and then take the water down from the altar and use it to spray on your head, or on your wares in the shop – they will sell easily. People will find you very approachable and wish to talk with you.

But if you are to go to speak somewhere or deal with any matters, then you should take the mask or statue of Jao Ngo Pah Deity, and hold it over your head, and ask the Deity to help you achieve your goal – concentrate and make your intention as focused and intense as possible, do not allow your mind to become muddy, it must be clear. If you can do this, then your wishes will be fulfilled.

The Wicha Of Jao Ngo Pha Jindamanee has many applications, not just for pokasap and riches, but also to conquer enemies. Some Ajarns call the Wicha Jindamanee by other names, such as ‘Wicha Sangkh Plaeng Roop’ and ‘Wicha Sangkh Son Roop’ (wicha of the conch disguising its shape) – the conch is the horn of plenty of course and thus endless belongings, food and money flow in abundance. The abundance of necessities and easy living comes from this wicha which will lighten suffering and allow he who enjoys this belssing to relax and not feel the pressures of surviving anymore, resulting in better moods, happiness and abundant pleasures.

The Mask of Jao Ngo Pha was used by Sangkh Tong as a magical protector and tool for success.

Jao Ngo Mask

In the legend of ‘Sangkh Tong‘ (golden conch – a legendary tale of Thai literature), The Hero Sangkh Tong recives a magical armour which has a Jao Ngo Masked armor. When he places the mask on, he converts and transforms appearance into a Jao Ngo Pha who appears to be a total raving lunatic with black wooly hair (like a gollywog – remember gollywogs?). The special ability however of the Jao Ngo is that he can even survive and not starve in the deep jungle alone single handedly ‘Ngo’ are negroid people who live illegally and not registered as citizens in Thailands Jungles and live a sparse and very frugal existence but seem to not suffer and be able to endure all hardships with ease in their natural habitat).

With the magical power of the wicha jinda manee, the Jao Ngo is able to call meat fish and food to come to him without going out to look for it.

Kata Bucha Jao Ngo Pha Nam Choke Luang Phu Na

The following Kata has been given by Luang Phu Na for use to invoke the Jao Ngo Pha to perform Wish Fulfilling Miracles;

Om Naha Bpaalihi Dtuu Dti Tanang Pokang Aehi Jidt-Dtang Bpiyang Ma-Ma

The Boranajarn who created this wicha saw that the spell has nine special blessings incorporated;

1. The power of Jao Saneh to attract the opposit sex (as when nand jana threw the flower wreath to the Jao Ngo (Sangkh Tong in disguise) to marry her)
2. Makes Metta and your superiors have compassion and feel they wish to help you and be kind and generous to you, promote you etc.
3. Attract food riches and belongings
4.Money will never run out
5. Constant promotion and ascension in the workplace
6. Easy to do business and sales with a constant flow of customers
7.Your speech will be believed in and be convincing
8.Klaew Klaad – ther Devas watch over you and protect from all dangers
It is a master spell of ‘Jang Ngang’ (stunned or hypnotized) and Makes people fall for you in every way.

Jao Ngo Mask

It is said that even just the image of the Jao Ngo Pha even before it has been chanted into and empowered, already has amazing power for Choke Lap Metta Mahaniyom. The Jao Ngao is considered to be a kind of ‘Gaayasit’ (Kaya Siddhi*). The owner of the Jao Ngo amulet should have a Bodhisattva attitude of compassion, which is the reason why Sangkh Tong was able to wear the Magical armor with the Jao Ngo Gaayasit Deity.

The practice of working with Jao Ngo Deity is symbiotic with the Kata Jindamanee. If chanted each morning and evening, then amazing things can happen, and great successes will be attained. Your business will flourish, social life will improve, whenever you go out anywhere you will be safe and lucky..

* Kaya siddhi – (Sanskrit) In Siddha Siddhanta, as well as Saiva Siddhanta and other yoga traditions, the process by which a yogi transforms his body from physical to spiritual substance to attain deathlessness. See: siddhi. – Source: H.A.

See List of all Kata on Thailand-Amulets

Bucha Method for Jao Ngo Pah Deity

Kata Jinda Manee