Luang Por Jamlong Wat Chedi Daeng Blessing Takrut Amulets

Two new arrivals of Sacred Thai Takrut Amulets arrived in store today, of great deceased masters. The highly renowned Black Laquered with gold leaf Takrut Kong Grapan Chadtri, and Red laquer with gold leaf cord bound Takrut Metta of Luang Por Jamlong (Wat Chedi Daeng), and a rare example of the famous Chueak Takrut Koo Ud Look Sakot Nuea Dtakua double Takrut with 6 Look Sakot alchemical leaden alloy magic seal beads, on cord belt/necklace, from the Legendary Luang Por Koon, of Wat Ban Rai

Below; Chueak Takrut Koo Ud Look Sakot Nuea Dtakua Luang Por Koon Wat Ban Rai 

Chueak Takrut Koo Ud Look Sakot Nuea Dtakua Luang Por Koon Wat Ban Rai
This Twin Takrut Tone Tong Daeng Compendium Wicha, with 6 Look Sakot Spellbinder beads in Alchemical Leaden Alloy, from the Great Luang Por Koon, of Wat Ban Rai in Nakorn Rachasima, is an early era amulet, and an extremely rare artifact to encounter in any circumstance.

The Takrut are bound to a green Chueak Kart Aew cord belt, as a compendium. The set is comprised of two sacred copper alloy Takrut Tone Yantra Scroll Spells, measuring 3.5 Inches being from a small hand made batch, which were empowered with hand inscriptions and given the individual blessings of one of the Greatest Masters in Living Memory, Luang Por Koo Bparisutto.

Below; Takrut Tone Mad Chueak Long Rak Pid Tong, leaden Takrut Yantra scroll spell wrapped with magical cord binding, black herbal laquer coating and gold leaf blessing, from Luang Por Jamlong, of Wat Chedi Daeng

Takrut Tone Mad Chueak Long Rak Pid Tong, leaden Takrut Yantra scroll spell wrapped with magical cord binding, black herbal laquer coating and gold leaf blessing, from Luang Por Jamlong, of Wat Chedi Daeng

The Takrut was made in two different colours; black for Kong Grapan Chadtri , and also had a red version for Metta Mahaniyom. This is the Black version for Kong Grapan Protection and Invincibility

Below; Takrut Metta Long Rak Chart Pid Tong Luang Por Jamlong Traimas Edition

Takrut Metta Long Rak Chart Pid Tong Luang Por Jamlong Traimas Edition

Below; Luang Por Jamlong Wat Chedi Daeng Blessing a devotee (Looksit) with Kong Grapan Chadtri Magic

Luang Por Jamlong Wat Chedi Daeng Blessing a devotee (Looksit) with Kong Grapan Chadtri Magic


Presenting a centuries old Anti Black Magick Prai Oil of Legendary proportion, Nam Man Saming Prai Oil with Tiger Fur, from Lanna Sorceror Monk Kroo Ba Sri. The Nam Man Saming Prai Were Tiger Oil Potion is a very ancient Animist Sorcery Wicha which has been used to subdue evil curses, demons and black magic, and to instill obedience, and invoke commanding power in the devotee who possesses this Wicha.

Tiger Fur Oil

Nam Man Prai Suea Saming has been used by Warriors, Sorcerors, Gangsters and Policement and Business Millionaires for centuries, as a method of remaining on top, and in control, and defence against Black Magick of all kinds. If a person is afflicted with a spirit, possessed or cursed, or ill from Black Magick, then Luang Phu Kroo Ba Sri says that to smear some of the oil will banish the Afflictive Magick

Nam Man Suea Saming Prai Oil Potion by Kroo Ba Sri

Two natural effects which spring from such invincible commanding power, is status and promotion, wealth and prosperity and public status. Kroo Ba Sri has created this potion to help his devotees in these times of economic crisis, to help increase professional success, bring advancements and status, protect from all Evil, improve business sales, and even invoke mercy charm to attract the favour of customers, obtain obedient helpful friends and admirers, to bring prosperity and advancement in life.

Highly Recommended for those who are in positions of command or administration, and those who need to exude power and influence, and for those who risk their lives in conflicts. Those who need to get noticed more, or need to get more respect from others are highly recommended for this kind of Wicha. In addition, hose who wear Tiger Sak Yant Tattoos are especially recommended to use this kind of oil, as well as Martial Artists and Muay Thai Warriors, and those in Positions of Command, and to use Kata Suea and Kata for Sak Yant to empower their own Command, and Achieve Victory in all Endeavours.

Blessed and empowered by Kroo Ba Sri at Wat Ban Pha in Traimas 3 month (Trimester) of nightly meditative empowerments, with final Deva Abhiseka Blessing Ceremony at the end of the rainy retreat. Place in your place of Office, wear in your pocket, or smear on yourself for Maha Amnaj Gae Aathan Commanding Power and Anti Black Magick, effect. Use to protect the wearer from all worldly and unworldly dangers. Those who are in positions of command or office, or who need to increase their status and influence over others, will be well served.

Were Tiger Oil Kroo Ba Sri

The oil is also usable for increasing good business or Bucha in the home, or smear on your person or wares, for Business Sales Increase, Convincing and Charming Speech in Commerce and Romance, and Lucky Fortunes abounding (Gambling Wins).

Kroo Ba Sri is a Master of Thai Lanna Sorcery, and abbot of Wat Ban Pha in Lampang. His Wicha Kala Ta Diaw One Eyed Coconut shell amulets is legendary with the Lanna Folk, as is his mastery of making Nam Man Prai Necromantic Oils. His many forms of Wicha include the Wicha Kumarn Taep Lanna, Wicha Look Krok Maew, Takrut, and many kinds of Lanna Animist Charms. His dominion of Wicha Maha Amnaj Kong Grapan Chadtri Maha Ud Klaew Klaad is demonstrated by his Nam Man Prai Paya Suea Kroeng Tiger Oil, which is extremely favoured by men of dangerous living and promiscuity, those in positions of office or command over others, military and police forces (and gangsters).


His Wicha Nam Man Prai has become immensely popular with gangsters, army generals and commanders, those in office or high administrative positions, gamblers, those whose profession leads them into physical danger, market traders, and shop owners, as well as those who use their seductive wiles to attain their goals. The Nam Man Prai Suea Saming uses a Centuries Old Formula of Animist Necromantic Sorcery, to Invoke the Spirit of the Were Tiger within the Oil.Nam Man Prai Suea Saming

The fur was poured in with the Nam Man Prai oil, and boiled in a cauldron with incantations, and some sacred herbal woods added. The full formula of Invocations for the Kata Akarn Sam Sip Sorng were performed for reanimation of the spirit within the Nam Man Prai. This is an essential part of Necromantic Empowerment with all Humanoid and Animal form amulets which are imbued with a resident spirit. The Invocation Summoning, Awakening and Turning of the Four Elements was performed to Reanimate Living Magic within the Sacred Oil Potion, according to the Ancient Grimoires and Magical Formulas of the Wicha.

Nam Man Prai Suea Saming Were Tiger Oil Potion for Anti Black Magick - Kroo Ba Sri

To Perform Bucha give offerings of rice, water, or a saucer of milk, and some roasted or fried fish, and light 5 sticks of Incense

Kata Bucha Nam Man Suea Saming Prai



The Bia Gae Ruu Jai is distinct and Special for the fact that it is filled with Sacred Powders made from Holy Ingredients from the Legendary ‘500 Year Old Monk’, Luang Phu Suang. ‘Khaw Gon Badtr’ (dried rice from the bottom of Luang Phu’s Alms Bowl’.

Pra Ajarn Taep used the Rarely mastered ‘Yoga Nitra’ (pronounced ‘Yoka Nitsa’) Wicha, which invokes the Mediumship of a Spirit deva or the Mind of Luang Por Suang to Inhabit. The Ritual was complimented by the proper investigation and testing of who the Entity present within Ajarn taeps body was, to confirm if it was an Angelic Deva or Luang Phu Suang Himself.

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Size; 3.5 x 2.5 Centimeters

Hand Spell Inscription from Ajarn Taep has been applied to the outer surface of the Bia.

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Luang Phu Suang was confirmed to be present, and was then permitted to ntake over the body of Ajarn taep Into and perform his Blessings and Empowerments on the amulets from the Other Side in the Spirit World, using the body of Ajarn Taep to Channel with.

The special Power of this Bia Gae that is different from other Bia Gae, is that whoever wields it, will know the feelings, intentions or even thoughts of those who come to speak with them.

If they think well of you or wish to help, it should be noticeable, if they wish to harm steal or lie, it should be noticed easily, if they are friends or foes, it will be apparent.

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To use and ensure the effectivity of the Bia, it shold be carried with you always and you should speak to it within your heart and connect with it, until you feel one with it. Then you should be able to feel the vibrations, protective or passive stance it takes when others approach.

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Use this Kata to chant silently develop oneness with the Bia Gae and Initiate the Telepathic Connection.

Always Chant the Maha Namasakara (Namo Tassa), before Chanting Kata for Individual Amulets.

Namō Dtassa Pakawadtō Arahadtō Sammā Samputtassa Namō Dtassa Pakawadtō Arahadtō Sammā Samputtassa Namō Dtassa Pakawadtō Arahadtō Sammā Samputtassa

Kata Borigam (‘Borigam’ means to Chant repeatedly)

Putto Lokawitu

Hold Luang Phu Suang and Ajarn Taep Into in your heart and mind as you Chant, and ask for their blessings.

Pra Ajarn Taep Taep Into

The Bia Gae is a Most Powerful protector against illnesses, with healing powers, black magic, demons and ghosts, prai Ghosts and Psychic Attack. Used al;so for healing (usable with Reiki – rub on affected area), Holy Prayer Water making. If making Holy water the water is then used in the same way as the Bia to give protective and prosperous blessings to people or even the Wares you sell in your shop.

Below; Pra Ajarn Taep Taep Into 

Great News for Devotees of Lanna Master Monk Kroo Ba Dech Gidtiyano, of the Samnak Songk Pha Cha Ban Radtanakosin, in Lampang; many of the long since depleted amulets of early editions are now back in storte (in limited numbers) after we found a small repository during one of our reconnaissance missions.

You can choose from the amulets by visiting the Kroo Ba Dech store category which we have inserted in the post below, where many of our customers have written to us to request the return of these amulets in the store. The amulets of Kroo Ba Dech have been Internationally acclaimed since well over a decade with many devotees in Singapore, Malaysia, Hongk Kong, China and Taiwan counting amongst his fold.

The power of his amulets has proved itself to be authentic over the many years that people have been using his amulets, which is the real reason for his long standing fame as a powerful sorceror-monk. His amulets adhere to the ancient methods of creation and empowerment, with full attention to ritual ceremony in accordance with the rules of the Dtamra Saiyawaet Grimoires of Occult Sorcery.

Taep Noi Roi Lan Edition Amulets by Kroo Ba Or

Taep Noi Roi Lan Edition Amulets 2559 BE Kroo Ba Or

Kroo Ba Or’s famous final edition released in 2559 BE just before his passing, is now in store at Thailand Amulets. The various amulets of the edition can be seen in the below gallery of images

The Edition was spearheaded by the Kumarn Tong Taep Noi Roi Lan 3 Inch wide 5 Inch High Bucha statues, which were released in Ongk Kroo painted colours on Samrit Bronze, with Pong Ya Faed Prai Powders, Kumarn Tong Loi Ongk Statuette, Nam Man Prai, Sariga Bird and Takrut Spell inserted into the base, Only 100 statues were released in Ongk Kroo with painted colours.

There were also some some Ongk Kroo Pim B in Burnished Bronze (Loha Samrit Lueang), with 3 Takrut (Sam Kasat), Pong Ya Faed, and Look Om Muan Sarn Sacred Powder ball. Only 699 statues were made in Loha Samrit Lueang, with 3 Takrut, Pong Ya Faed Powder Flask, and Look Om Pong Prai Kumarn Powder Ball.

Pra Ngang Jao Sanaeh

Only 499 Pra Ngang Ongk Kroo Amulets in this 100th Birthday final edition ever made by Kroo Ba Or Bandita, who passed away in his 101st year of Life.

A further 699 Pra Ngang were made in Loha Aathan with only partial gold coating, and one Takrut + one Ploi Sek Gem insert into the Prai Powders in the base

Hun Payont

Two different models Hun Payont Golem Soldiers were released, in large and small sizes. The larger Hun Payont versions were encased in waterproof casing for ease of wear, and measured 5 Centimetres high. Only 499 Hun Payont were made in large size, with varying colours. The smaller versions were encased within a cylindrical Takrut tube for portability. Only 699 Hun Payont in small size were made, with colours varying.

Mae Bper Nam Choke

Ongk Kroo in Nam Man Prai Oil

Standard Version in Muan Sarn Sacred Powders with Bronze painted surface

Sacrred Metal Ball by Luang Por Sawad

The Look Sakot Parort Dee Buk Paya Taw Pan Wang is a sacred metal ball from lead and mercury, mixed with sacred yantra foils. Luang Por Sawad, also known as ‘Por Phu Ruesi’, made this rare amulet from an incredibly large piece of sacred mercury he found. It was so big and it had so many holes (‘eyes’) in it, that the ‘parort’ was even believed to have ‘a thousand eyes’, which is seen as an excellent feature for maha pokasap magic. This will help to catch treasures and keeps the accumulated wealth safe in its cavities.

Look Sakot Parort

Indeed, this is quite similar to the magical aspects of a spider’s web and a fishing net, which both bring in treasured possessions and prevent them from being lost again. Hence, Luang Por Sawad mixed the sacred mercury with a piece of lead that was used for a very large fishing net. In this way, then, just like the fishing net catches big fish, so too the Look Sakot Parort Dee Buk is used to bring in wealthy possessions and riches.

Look Sakot Parort Dee Buk

Thai people like to use four Look Sakot, to place one in each corner of their land, or of their house. Traditionally, they are buried under the ground, with a 9 Thai Baht coin in each of the holes along with the Look Sakot Parort. This will help to protect the four cardinal directions of that particular place, which will then be safe from harmful entities and negative influences. Besides protection of the household, people also use the Look Sakot very often in the place of business, like shops and other places where merchents sell, such as market places and personal stores. This, of course, is done to increase sales, and to attract more customers. The magical powers of the Look Sakot Parort Dee Buk Paya Taw Pan Wang influence them to buy, by means of making your speech more convincing to potential customers.

Look Sakot made from sacred lead and mercury

The Look Sakot can be used by both men and women for protection, for it is said to keep away all influences by ghosts, spirits and demons. Therefore, it is a powerful anti black magic amulet. And its maha pokasap features can be used to increase succesful commerce, whereas its metta mahaniyomaspects serve as an effective mercy charm, i.e. convincing speech.

Look Sakot Parort Dee Buk Ball by Luang Por Sawad

Kata bucha Look Sakot Parort Dee Buk Paya Taw Pan Wang

Saatu Sivali Ja Maha Thero Na Chaliti Pha Sitti Laabha Pha Sanna Citta Satta Honti Biyang Mama Sabbe Canna Pahu Canna Sabbe Tissa Sama Kathaa Gala Bocana Vipala Bocana Akacchaya Akacchahi Biyang Mama U A Ga Sa Putto Na Mo Namo Puttaya.

Look Sakot by Luang Por Sawad


View this amulet in our store here: Look Sakot Parort Dee Buk Paya Taw Pan Wang (Sacred Lead and Mercury Ball) – Luang Por Sawad

Some previews on the next pieces of sacred elemental Lek Lai – latest acquisitions of the Kaya Siddhi Adamantine substance, to be added to Thailand Amulets in the next days.


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Hier kann man genießen und sehen einige die nächste Stücke des Adamantine  Substanze (Lek Lai), die gehen in die nächsten Tage in der laden zu befinden werden. Lek Lai, ist ein sehr heiliger Adamantine Substanz, Wie sich in heiliger Höhlen gefunden ist. Es ist nur Anruf Bar von Zauberer und Yogis/Lersi und Buddhistischer Mönche25560619-150755.jpg


The wand is filled with sacred resins, powders, and a takrut spell to lend various powers of sorcery, like Metta Mahaniyom, Maha Sanaeh, Choke Lap, Kong Grapan, Klaew Klaad, Gae Khun Sai.

Luang Por Prohm has made these Mai Kroo and Kata Prohm magic wands and scepters from sacred holy woods, sacred powders, takrut spells, and ‘Paetch Na Tang’, a metallic element found in the earth considered by people of the South to be a kind of lek lai kaya siddhi elemental with the spirit of a great yogi (lersi) within it.

The Kata Prohm is usable as a bucha item on the altar, and also as a ritual wand, for bestowing blessings, protective spells, making prayer water, and empowering other objects with. The wand can be used to lay on objects (such as the wares for sale in your store to improve sales, or your car, for protection from danger and thieves, the entrances to the house to block black magic). Can be used for exorcisms and to remove black magic spells, free ghosts from their haunts.

The head of the wand has a four faced Brahma head made from smelted metals from various ancient artifacts, amulets and yantra foils, which were empowered with the Brahma deity presence.

The wooden handle of the wand is made from a very rare sacred magical holy tree, which was given a bucha ceremony to ask the inhabitant deva to donate its wooden body for making wooden wands with, so as to help reduce human suffering and thus attain merits for the deva of the tree, too. The wooden body is filled with sacred resins, powders, and a takrut spell, to lend various additional powers of sorcery to the wand. The wand possesses all powers, like metta mahaniyom, maha sanaeh, choke lap, kong grapan, klaew klaad, and gae khun sai (anti black magic).

Only a very few wands were made indeed, and little news of this edition of special ritual wands was given. Hence, this is a rare chance to own a real sacred ritual wand with real magical powers from the Samnak Khao Or school of sorcery.

Sacred Muan Sarn and Takrut with lek Lai Kring is sealed within the wand

Please note that this is not a replica, for this is the real thing. The series were made as Pra Kan (ritual sceptre) and Mai Kroo (magical wand) with either Brahma or Por Gae invocations. Some wands have Brahma heads (‘kata’/’pra kan’), and some have plain rounded heads (‘mai kroo’/’dtapot’). They were made in various sizes ranging from 3 inches to 15 inches.

Kata chants to bucha Pra Prohm (Brahma)

LMagic wands with lek lai takrut and sacred powders filling from LP Prohm of Khao Or lineage

How to make holy water (‘nam montr’)

The wands are blessed by Luang Por Prohm and a selection of some of the top Khao Or masters of Wat Ban Suan. Together they performed the  taewa pisek and Putta pisek empowerment ceremony.

Wat Ban Suan 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 abbot of Wat Ban Suan, and the direct lineage looksit, who continues the Khao Or tradition, which is 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. Both temples of Wat Don Sala (Wat Por Tan Nam) and Wat Ban Suan are pure Khao Or sorcery schools of magic derived from the same kroo ba ajarn, Luang Por Kong.


 View the Kata Sri Maha Prohm (Magic Brahma Wand made from Holy Wood) in various sizes and materials in our store here: 

Kata Sri Maha Prohm – Nuea Mai Saksit (14 inches long)

Kata Sri Maha Prohm – Nuea Mai Saksit  (12 inches long)

Kata Sri Maha Prohm – Nuea Mai Koon (14 inches long)


Taw Waes Suwan Gae Pi Chong 2555 BE edition loi ongk statuette amulets by Luang Por Foo Adtipatto of Wat Bang Samak. Comes with special decorative casing included.

Released in a series of  Taw Waes Suwan amulets made in various sacred and precious metals, blessed and empowered by the great Luang Por Foo. Luang Por Foo is one of Thailand’s Top 5 living masters for the empowerment of Taw Waes Suwan.

This edition arose because of a good deed of Luang Por Foo; one day some people brought a small boy who was behaving very insanely as if possessed by a demon or ghost, and presented him to Luang Por Foo. Luang Por then placed a Taw Waes Suwan amulet on a chain around the boy’s neck. The family then went home, and it appears that the boy was instantly and completely healed. He could sit and talk normally as before. Because of this, the local devotees heard of the story, and flocked to the temple to beg Luang Por for a new edition.

The edition was thus made from public demand. Funds from this edition go to the various projects for the preservation and spreading of Buddhism, and to maintain Buddhist temples in need of restoration. Each different type of model in different metals has an official numbered code stamp and a recorded number of amulets made in official documentation, rendering this as yet another reference standard edition from Luang Por Foo to add to his documented catalog of amulets. The edition also celebrated Luang Por Foo’s 90th year of life.

‘Gae pi chong’, the name of this edition, means to rectify the karmic and lucky influences of the yearly horoscope for those who have pi chongPi chong is the year when one’s starsign falls  into inauspicious influences and bad luck sets in, obstacles arise, and money becomes scarce.

The amulets were made in the following materials:

Nuea tong rakang boran nai nam rerk masterpiece version – ud pong fang takrut tong kam 2 dork (sacred ancient temple bell brass alloy with high gold content, from the ‘Nam Rerk’ first casting ceremony, with sacred powders and two solid 24 karat gold takrut in base) – 99 amulets made.

Nuea nava loha ud pong fang takrut ngern 1 dork (nine sacred metals with powders and one silver takrut in base) – 999 amulets made.

Nuea galai tong ud pong (gold plated sacred bronze with magical powders in base) – 1999 amulets made.

Nuea galai ngern ud pong (sacred silver alloy with magical powders in base) – 1999 amulets made.

Nuea tong rakang ud pong fang takrut ngern 1 dork  (sacred brass alloy with sacred powders and one silver takrut spell inserted) – 3999 amulets made.

Nuea samrit ud pong fang takrut ngern 1 dork (sacred bronze alloy with sacred powders and one silver takrut in base) – 3999 amulets made.


Luang Por Foo performed the pouring of the sacred metals in the official casting ceremony (‘Piti Tae Tong Nam Rerk’) and performed his incantations and special blessings during the ceremony, which consisted of nine chor trees of amulets, with 900+ amulets on them, for the special blessing of the ‘Nam Rerk’ ongk kroo special masterpiece versions. He then stuffed muan sarn powders into them during the ceremony (the other models were done before the ceremony). Luang Por then inserted a solid gold takrut spell into the muan sarn powders within the ongk kroo versions.

Pra Ajarn Hnong performed the inspection and counting of the amulets after their final insertion of takrut. Not many amulets were possible to fill with powders, because the powders were a special sacred powder kept from the 2538 BE ceremony (17 years before the release of this edition). So there were less amulets in final release as originally intended.

These amulets also enjoy the addition of special powders from the great Luang Por Ding, and very sacred metal alloys cast from a mass of important sacred amulets of past editions and masters, real solid silver and solid gold takrut, and a highly sacred Putta Pisek Taewa Pisek empowerment ceremony. These varied elements provide this edition with a highly respectable status, top quality design and casting, and powerful Buddha magic within them.

The Putta Pisek Taewa Pisek blessing was held on the 14th of October 2555 BE. Luang Por Foo performed the lighting of the tian chai victory candle, and the pouring of the first casting. In addition to the amulets, a 15 inch high bucha statue was also released in this edition.

Luang Por said afterwards, that it has been many years since he has attained such a powerful and accomplished invocation and insertion of the heart mantra and mind of the Taw Waes Suwan asura deva into the amulets. He says it is the first time he has managed to make all the powerful lineage aspects of the ritual empowerments be performed to their fullest, be it the use of muan sarn powders of his lineage masters, the yantra within the takrut, the casting and blessing ceremony, and the necessary requirements for the making of the sacred metals. All facets of the wicha were performed according how the ancient wicha dictates.

The amulets come encased with special decorative casing, ready for wear and bucha.

Luang Por Foo’s mastery of the wicha ‘Suun Phii Lai Phii’, and his adept control of the kata ‘Pra Jao Sip Hok Pra Ongk’ (16 Buddhas invocation) is legendary. He is the most prominent disciple of the great Luang Por Ding of Wat Bang Wua. He has mastered the methods of empowerment and invocation to imbue amulets with the mental powers and qualities of the asura deva king Lord Waes Suwan.

His importance and connection with this kind of Buddha magic is so great, that he was begged to preside over last year’s great classic edition of Taw Waes Suwan statues in the ‘Tri Plab Pela’ (three legged Taw Waes Suwan) series. These statues are considered to be the next greatly admired edition by future generations, comparable to the most famous of all; the Wat Sutat Taw Waes Suwan amulet of Jao Khun Sonti.

Taw Waes Suwan is the lord and master of all monsters (asura and yaksa), demons and ghosts. The wealthy king is a millionaire of great status, the wealths of all the four asura kings of the ‘Jadtu Maha Rachiga’ celestial heaven. He commands and forbids the demons to stay away from his devotees, and those who are devotees of the Lord Buddha. He is the lord who brought the yaksa minions to hear the Dhamma sermons of Lord Buddha, and who converted the yaksa (or at least most of them) into devotees and followers of the Buddha.

Taw Waes Suwan also donated the magical incantation of the Aadtaanaadtiya Paritta to the bhikkhus (monks) in the forest, to protect them from demons and maras. The incantation of the kata forbids any demons or ghosts or malevolent presences from entering and bothering, and commands them to take their leave.

Luang Por Foo has released various editions of Taw Waes Suwan amulets over the years, along with his other famous wicha of the ‘Ling Jab Hlak’ / Hanuman amulet. His amulets have received constant interest and documentation by the collectors and expert amulet community, and are now published in their own books as documentations of his trajectory and amulet editions.

This is always a sign that a monk’s amulets are to become eternal collectible classics of high repute. This is because, apart from miracles occurring, the one other thing that makes an edition famous and collectible (and sometimes expensive), is whether the amulet has easy to find information about the making and various models, and identification marks, or not.

Above: the prequel ritual to invite the devas (‘piti anchern taewada’) performed by a Brahman with Luang Por Foo in attendance.


Kata bucha Taw Waes Suwan 

Idtipiso Pakawaa Yommaraachaano Taw Waes Suwanno

Maranang Sugkhang Ahang Sugadto Na Mo Puttaaya

Taw Waes Suwanno Jadtu Mahaa Raachigaa Yagkhapandtaa Pat Puradto

Waesa Pusa Puttang Arahang Putto Taw Waes Suwanno Na Mo Puttaaya.

Short kata:

Wae Sa Pu Sa.


Kata chants and biography of Taw Waes Suwan (Chai Sing HiaGuberan)

Maker: Luang Por Foo, Wat Bang Samak

Magical Effects: Maha lapgae aathanpong gan phuudt pisajklaew klaadmaha pokasapserm yot baramee

Material: Nuea nava loha (9 sacred alchemical metals), nuea tong rakang (sacred brass alloy), nuea samrit (sacred bronze alloy), nuea galai tong (sacred brass alloy with gold plating), nuea galai ngern (sacred silver alloy), sacred powders, 1 silver takrut

Recommended Uses: Improve lucky fortunes, protection against thieves and black magic, professional status, wealth attraction, accumulate collateral

Number of Amulets Made: 99 (ongk kroo); 999 (nuea nava loha); 1999 (nuea galai tong); 1999 (nuea galai ngern); 3999 (nuea tong rakang); and 3999 (nuea samrit)

Edition: Gae Pi Chong 2555 BE edition


View Taw Waes Suwan Gae Pi Chong Loi Ongk Statuette in 9 Sacred Metals with Powders & 1 Silver Takrut in Base here

View Taw Waes Suwan Gae Pi Chong Loi Ongk Statuette in Sacred Brass with Powders & 1 Silver Takrut in Base here

View Taw Waes Suwan Gae Pi Chong Loi Ongk Statuette in Sacred Bronze with Powders & 1 Silver Takrut in Base here

View Taw Waes Suwan Gae Pi Chong Loi Ongk Statuette in Gold Plated Sacred Brass with Powders in Base here

View Taw Waes Suwan Gae Pi Chong Loi Ongk Statuette in Sacred Silver with Powders in Base here




Ajarn Apichai Decha has made a meritorious bucha image that is rare to find, the hand of the arahant Pra Yulai (in Chinese ‘Yoo Lai Fuor’ – 如来佛, or ‘Yoo Lai Fuor Ju’ – 如来佛祖). The image represents the hand of the Buddha. The Heng Jia monkey god stands in the palm of the hand of Pra Ulai (the Buddha), ‘Subduer of the Mara Demons’. For those who need to subdue enemies, calm down aggressors and receive metta, and shield themselves from all black magic and demons, this is a most original, powerful and auspicious Buddhist amulet.

The image measures 11 cm high x 5.5 cm widest point.

The hand contains the image of  the monkey god, who was born of an egg made of stone that was bathed in sunlight for 500 years on a magic mountain (Hua Guo San Mountain), and learned some very powerful wicha, which, when he mastered them he called himself ‘The Most Handsome Monkey King’, and went on the rampage showing off the powers he had mastered. He stole the immortality drink and tried to become the lord of all heaven. But he was to be taught a lesson by Buddha, in a wager. Buddha betting him that he could not jump out of Buddha’s hand. Should the monkey win, he demanded the Jade Emperor’s job that should he lose, the monkey would then be banished to Earth for centuries to learn some humility.

Buddha tricked him into thinking he had found the Five Pillars of Wisdom and got past the Buddha. But then he was to find out that he was not any further than where he started, and that the five pillars he saw, were truly the five fingers of the Buddha, whose hand he was standing on. There are many legends, some of which do not coincide, but the general moral of the legend is that the Heng Jia monkey god was initially very naughty and arrogant, but through learning from his wrong actions and also punishments he recieved, he finally became realized and a good servant of the Dhamma, and ‘The Destroyer of Demons’.

The monkey flew on clouds to the end of the universe, where he saw five pink pillars, which he took to be the end of the world. On the middle pillar he wrote: “The Great Sage Equal of Heaven reached this place”, to prove beyond any doubt he had reached this spot. Figuring it was a long trip back, and being the irrepressible individual he was, he also urinated at the base of the first pillar. Then he returned to face the Buddha. To his shock, the Buddha informed him he had never left Buddha’s hand – and to prove it, the Buddha showed the monkey the writing on his middle finger and the distinctive smell at the bottom of his smallest digit. The monkey tried to renege on the bet, but before he could escape, Buddha pushed him out of the Gate of Heaven; then Buddha changed his five fingers into the five elements (metal, wood, water, fire and earth). They became the five-peaked mountain under which the monkey was trapped, leaving only his head and hands exposed.

The wrist of the Buddha’s hand is wrapped with a bracelet of sinjana cords with a golden takrut attached.

After 500 years he was granted a chance to redeem himself by accompanying the holy man Tripitaka on a journey to the West as his companion and guard. In order to keep him under control, a band of metal was put on his head that Tripitaka could cause to tighten by muttering a chant – while this couldn’t kill the indestructible chimp, it would cause him extreme pain.

This bucha image has powerful Buddha magic to keep away all abamongkol and amanut (‘inauspicious events’ and ‘monstrous beings’). The hand of Pra Urai is protagonized in ‘The Legend of Heng Jia’, the monkey god who tried to pass the Buddha’s hand in competition. In the end, he thought he had arrived past the Buddha’s hand and reached the Five Pillars of Wisdom, but he was then disappointed to find that he was standing on the palm of the hand of Pra Urai, and that the five pillars were the fingers of Urai’s hand. Heng Jia was then punished by being buried under a mountain for 500 years.

Can be placed on a pan kroo (5.5 inches recommended) for bucha.


Maker: Ajarn Apichai Decha

Magical Effects: Serm duang, gae aathan, gan khun sai, klaew klaad, kong grapan, praab Marn

Material: Sacred powder with herbal resins, takrut, sinjana cord, gold leaf

Recommended Uses: Improve fate and karma, remove obstacles, defense against black magic and keep evil powers away; protection and evasion of dangers

Number of Amulets Made: Very few

Edition: Wai Kroo Buraphajarn Master Day 2555 BE Edition




Wua tanu fai is a truly ancient style animist spirit charm by the master of the devotees of the Thai-Burma Mon and Karen hill tribe people, Luang Por Kane ‘Duang Gaew Sivali’, of Wat Kho Phu. This sacred earths effigy is hand moulded, inscribed with Khom spells and empowered all individually by the hand of Luang Por Kane.

This wua tanu is empowered to burn all evil and dark magic to ashes with its spiritual fire element. Using fire kasina to imbue the wua tanu with incredible power to completely eradicate with a fiery gaze that emits a burning beam of energy as it looks around to guard the perimeter around you and your household, business and treasures.

Muan Sarn

The muan sarn for the wua tanu is composed of a large array of sacred earths, including pong look krok wua tanu (powdered arrow bull stillborn), Taw Waes Suwan powders, yant ‘Wua Tanu Tone Jet Gamlang Chang Sarn’, giant termite nest powders of 7 nests, 7 cemetery earths, khui pu (sandballs made by crabs) from 7 beaches, 7 swamps, krang Putsa paste from 7 Putsa trees that died as a prai, takrai sema (pieces of old temple wall and sacred stone ruins), pong hnang wua fa pha (powdered bull skin that was killed by a lightning bolt), powdered bones and horns of a bull that charged and killed a human being, and earths from 7 ports. These ingredients were ground up into one powder and empowered as pong wua tanu fai. This was then further strengthened with the addition of wan Mahesworn herb, bringing power, and strength of victory.

Luang Por Kane performed a mass empowerment of the wua tanu under the full moon, invoking the 4 elements and the kata ‘Akarn 32’ for the complete reanimation and awakening of the spirits within the wua tanu effigies. Luang Por stared kasina powers into them until he recieved the nimitta of the wua tanu.

You can either use the wua tanu on a bucha tray (‘pan kroo’), or altar, to watch the house during your absence, and also worn, or carried, to take with you for protection or entering into places where much dark magic is present, such as the jungles and forests, mountainous wilderness and caves. Always make sure any Buddha images are placed higher than the wua tanu, be it on the altar or worn.

If there is black magic or curses attacking you, problems occurring  enemies or ghosts and demons are bothering, then chant the kata ‘Wua Tanu Fai’ 3 times and pray for assistance to the wua tanu, and the problems will be met by the wua tanu who will send them back to where they came from or burn them to cinders with its gaze.

To use on the altar, give offerings of water and seven blades/leaves of hay or grass on a Tuesdays and on Buddhist holy days.

Enemies who attack will end up suffering the same thing they tried to commit against you, as the wua tanu sends all curses and evils back to their origin, to attack their own maker.

This also then stops any bad luck that may have been blocking the lucky influences from entering by removing any black magic or other obstacles, and calling in wealth and lucky events.

The wua tanu is in Thailand an essential magical assistant for houses that are on the edge of forests or jungles, on a T-junction or a fork in the road, or where the local spirits are very powerful and not always benevolent, and easily angered. If you have a household in one of these situations then the wua tanu is an especially recommended protective spell to eliminate inauspicious influences.

Anybody who needs to protect their valuables, or to defend themselves agains black magic, will do well with Luang Por Kane’s authentic sorcerous earths original ancient wicha magical ‘Wua Tanu Fai’.

Luang Por Kane is recognized amongst those in the know, and by us too, as one of the truly powerful sorceror monks of this era, whose kumarn tong are not less powerful than those of the great, one and only Luang Por Dte of Wat Sam Ngam, who is now superceded by the great Luang Phu Yaem, who is also considered by most people to be Thailand’s number one kumarn tong master.

In truth, we feel that although we speak of mastery of the adept class, that Luang Por Kane’s original and still item-for-item hand empowered sacred earth amulets and kumarn effigies, have the edge, and are much more reminiscent of the primitive looking kumarn and other amulets of the great Luang Por Dte, than those of Luang Por Yaem. In whatever case, or whoever you yourself find to be the more evident master, Luang Por Kane is our personal choice of kumarn tong master in the vote for the country’s number one necromancer.

If we were to dither and doubt as to which other master could possible have as much power as Luang Por Kane for this type of ancient animist or necromantic amulet, we would perhaps name Luang Por Dam of Wat Pra Puttabat, whose kumarn tong are also of the finest that can be found in the present era.

Luang Por Kane’s sorcery is ancient and primal, and animist magic is at its most powerful when it is allowed to emanate through its most promal fashion, not need for fancy or modern looks or decoration. We admire his adherence to the act of personal involvement with the making of the effigies and the mixing and empowerment of the muan sarn, and hand inscription, with invocations of the wua tanu fai spirit deva, and subsequent empowerment with incantations of reanimation spells.

You can ask the wua tanu to bring good business, lottery and lucky fortunes as one of its blessings too, so is not only a protective amulet, but indeed also a magical source of increased prosperity, possessing choke lap and maha pokasap (‘Dood Sap’) power, as an added benefit.

For perfect house protection put 4 wua tanu in the earth, one in each of the four corners of your house, or of your land. The four cardinal points also are valid to use. If four are used, they cover all four directions better and do not have to turn from side to side, leaving corners unwatched. This is the traditional method of using wua tanu to protect from outside of the house to protect the grounds of the house and keep evil forces even further away from the home.

Always chant the ‘Maha Namasakara’ first before chanting the kata ‘Wua Tanu’ if you are Buddhist. If you are Hindu then perform your usual poojahs or chalisa to your allocated deity first and then perform the kata for the wua tanuIf you are Muslim, then say your prayer to Allah first, before chanting to the wua tanu.

Kata ‘Wua Tanu Fai’

Om Ko No Ko No.

โอมโคโน โคโน

Then make your request as a prayer and wish to the wua tanu.

If you wish to empower the wua tanu and charge it with more strength, then chant the kata ‘Hnun Taat See’ (invocation of the four elements):

Na Ma Na ANor Gor Na GaGor Or Nor ANa A Ga Ang (3 times).

And the long kata for wua tanu:

Om Kono Kono Wua Tanu Gao Pan Waa Saay Dtaa Gao Pan Muay Tiaw Plaay Duay Tuk Kam Chao Bpen Jao Gae Fhoong Phii Tang Hlaay Puudt Phii Lae Phii Prai Chin Hai Dtaay Ya Hai La Thoi Ju Lai Ju Sitti Puttang Sitti Tammang Sitti Sangkang Sitti Swaaha Pa Ta Na Ma.

Read How to Worship and Chant Kata for Wua Tanu Bull and Kwai Tanu Buffalo



Maker: Luang Por Kane, Wat Kho Phu

Magical Effects: Laang aathan, pongan phuudt pisaj, gae khun sai, fao baan ruean, glab raay bpen dee, choke lap, maha pokasap

Material: Sacred earths, herbs, bone powders, bull skin

Recommended Uses: Anti black magic, turn bad luck into good luck, remove curses and protection against demons, protect the household from enemies, thieves and ghosts, attract wealth

Number of Amulets Made: Unknown

Edition: Traimas 2555 BE




The bia gae Krob Jakrawal is something rare to see Ajarn Apichai release to the devotees, for his method, and the muan sarn ingredients used are both immensely rare as they are difficult to gather and complete the formula. These bia gae using the wicha Khmer taught by his masters and transmitted since centuries, are especially powerful protection against all form of black magic, sorcery, evil curses, demons and even physical dangers such as projectile weapons, deadly accidents and sharp instruments.

The bia gae also possesses metta maha niyom, and maha sanaeh charm power, and enchants people into appreciating and liking you, and induces profitable commerce and business success.

This bia gae can be used to make holy prayer water for spraying and blessing or exorcism or even to induce sales on the wares in your store, or to spray the entrance to your shop, or house. The holy prayer water will both attract customers and friends, but also keep evil and black magic at bay.

The bia gae is made in the most ancient and traditional manner with original hand cord wrapping, sacred resin lacquer coating, some sacred powder, and gold leaf blessing, and are for this era, so very adherent to the ancient methods of sorcery, as to render this amulet not only powerful, but also in extremely good taste, and preserving the tradition of ancient amulet making, to retain the full power of the ancient Kroo Ba Ajarn who first began the wicha.

How to make holy prayer water

The bia gae comes with rings attached so can be worn around the waistline with a cord or attached as a pendant in another way. It can be encased in waterproof casing if wished, as some people prefer direct immersion to make holy prayer water and some prefer to encase in waterproof casing, to protect the bia from being affected by the immersion in water.

Your choice depends on how much importance you lay on the water coming into contact with the bia itself and the sacred muan sarn ingredients, or, if you prefer to call upon the energy waves that it emits to empower the water, and leave the muan sarn intact and undiluted. Direct immersion may reduce the power of the amulet through dilution of the muan sarn, but this also depends on the faith factor too, because muan sarn, the strength of faith of the devotee, and the psychic empowerment of the amulet by the master, all play a different part, or are different sources of power that can be tapped from the amulet.

Kata Bucha Bia Gae

Sittigijjang Sitti Gammang Sitti Gaariya Dta Thaa Kadto Sitti Dtaecho Chayo Nij-Jang Sappa Sitti Bprasitti Mae.

Chant one time, and wish for all blessings of protection and prosperity.


Maker: Ajarn Apichai Decha

Magical Effects: Gae aathan, pong gan phuudt phii, klaew klaad, kong grapan, kaa khaay, metta mahaniyom, maha sanaeh

Material: Bia shell, alchemical mercury (‘prord’), herbal resins, gold leaf, cord wrapping, sacred powders, kring

Recommended Uses: Protection against black magic, accidents, guns and knife attack, increase business flow and prosperity, chase away evil

Number of Amulets Made: Unknown

Edition: Wai Kroo 2555 BE


Extra special, and eagerly awaited edition of Por Tan Kloi’s famous hun payont ghost soldiers in the from of the Dta Ba Khaw wise hermit, as commony used by Por Tan Kloi, great master of the Khao Or magical school of sorcery, and considered to be the master wicha holder for hun payont effigies in the south of Thailand. This particular model is in ‘nuea ngern tae’ (pure solid silver), and is the second from top in the edition of metallic coin amulets, under the solid gold version.

This is just one of a vast range of different versions of hun payont Dta Ba Khaw amulets made in this series from Por Tan Kloi, which have been awaited with great expectation from the southern Thai devotees of Por Tan Kloi, and by those who prefer the coin or powder type amulet more than loi ongk statuettes. This is thus the first time ever, that it is possible to obtain a hun payont from Por Tan Kloi in medallion form.

Metallic versions are preferable if you are a clumsy person or feel that much vibration may damage a powder amulet. Thai people tend to prefer metal amulets for long term use and collection, for their durability. Sacred powders have of course their benefits, especially when it comes to metta maha sanaeh, or healing magic. Kong grapan and klaew klaad as well as serm duang type blessings are all suited to metallic amulets.

Size: 3 Cm high x 2 Cm wide – Completely suitable for men, women or children to wear this medium size amulet.

These amulets were blessed and empowered in an extremely powerful, sacred and famous Puttapisek ceremony which hit major newspapers and even international publications. In addition to the hun payont, some sacred metal yantra coins with the ten thousand incantation yant were also released.

Only 200 amulets made in solid silver

It is perhaps the most important edition since his first edition hun payont, and the yant coins released in the same edition have also recieved great preference and popularity in Thailand (fast running out already).

This is the upper range level of the series, which is made in pure solid silver, alchemically smelted along with sacred yantra foils with spell inscription from various masters and temples, with previous editions of amulets and sacred metals, with kayasiddhi minerals, to form an alchemical sacred alloy, born of fire and incantations. Many different sacred metal versions were made, some with precious metals. a range of eight different sacred powder based hun payont were also released in black or white powders, and also some special powder versions with varying colored metal trousers. The muan sarn powders of the versions with metal trousers are visibly richer in powerful components, herbs, pollens, kakyayaks earths and minerals. White powders are more Puttakun and metta orientated whereas black powders are more kong grapan and anti black magic.

The rear face of the amulet has an ancient yantra inscription upon it with 10,000 sacred invocations, as do all amulets in this edition, which uses the wicha of the great ‘Hmeun (10,000) Yant’ to empower them with.

These Dta Ba Khaw hun payont spirit assistants, work as a kind of invisible guardian and valet, who cares for your safety and well being, protecting and nourishing. He can be used to complete and fulfill missions and tasks which are beyond your own abilities, in exchange for your making and sharing of merits with the hun payont.

The ‘Dta Ba Khaw’ amulets were made in a number of different sacred powders and sacred metals, including mixed media of powder amulets with sacred metal trousers attached to the powder base,  which in addition to the simply powder versions, were made with copper, brass, solid silver and solid gold trouser versions in both black and white powder versions.

The black powder versions compose the same list of different metal trouser attachments. There were also some metal type versions made without sacred powder. Some of the gammagarn models had different metal trouser attachments too, which are of the higher priced varieties.

There were some special versions made in nava loha, nava loha with pure silver, and nava loha with solid gold too, as well as solid silver and solid gold top models. The other sacred metal versions featured alpaca, alpaca with copper trousers, copper with brass trousers, and brass with copper trousers. Sacred lead, sacred copper and alms bowl lid brass versions were also made.

Comes in original box from temple – can be encased if desired

Kata Pluk Hun Payont

So Sa A Ni So Sa A Ni Sa A Ni So A So A So Ni Ni Sa A So Ni So A So A Ni Yo Sa A A Ni So Sa Sa Ma Su.

Kata Bucha ‘Hun Payont Boran’

Na Mo Puttaaya – Na Mo Puttaaya – Na Mo Puttaaya

Imapata, Imapata, Imapata

Saatu Saatu Saatu.


Kata Bucha Hun Payont (Various) – click to read

Namo Poog Jidt Namo Poog Jai namo Rak Krai Na Pag Jai Sangko

Tanya Udti Sangkhodti.


7 different MP3 kata tutorials with different kata for the hun payont are included, which you can download instantly after purchase by logging in to your account and going to the files tab where your mp3 kata tutorials will be for download.


Maker: Por Tan Kloi, Wat Phu Khao Tong Temple (Pattalung)

Magical Effects: Gae aathan, siang choke, maha lap, klaew klaad, metta mahaniyom

Material: Solid silver

Recommended Uses: Protect against black magic, call for assistance, send on missions, gambling, speculative risk, good business, wealth attraction, evade danger

Number of Amulets Made: 200 only made

Edition: Hmeun Yant Edition 2555 BE



Wua Tanu (‘Ongk Kroo’ version with 3 takrut) – 3 inches wide front leg span, 4 inches wide horns, 6.5 inches long, 4 inches high. Buddhist/animist bucha statue to ward off black magic, afford protection and attract wealth (and gambling success).


Wua Tanu bucha statue from Luang Por Jerd comes as a special and highly expected edition of the most exquisite fine masterpiece amulets and bucha statues that Luang Por has ever made. The Wua Tanu is a powerful guardian and bringer of sustenance, as well as a very aggressive protector against black magic, ill wishers, and thieves. The statue measures 4.5 inches wide at the horns, (3 inches leg span), and is the ‘Pim B’ model of two models in this size. The temple states this is a 3 inch bucha, which we find confusing seeing as the span between the horns is 4.5 inches, in comparison to the space between the front hooves which is 3 inches. The widest part of the statue is however, 4 inches.

This ‘Pim A’ Wua Tanu bucha statue, is endowed with three golden takrut spells inserted in muan sarn powders and krang putsa resin paste of the belly. ‘Prakam graduk kwai’ (Buffalo horn rosary), is tied around the neck. The forehead of the Wua Tanu has a gold leaf final Blessing. Instilled with powerful anti black magic and protective spells to prevent thieves, demons, sorcery and curses from entering the household or vicinity around them.

If you are a luxury model collector, then this is the model you seek, the ‘Ongk Kroo’ version. The ongk kroo comes with a rosary around its neck, and hand inscription. The standard ‘Pim B Pised’ model differs in that it has embossed Agkhara and yant, whereas this ongk kroo has hand engraved inscription from Luang Por using engraving tool. The hand inscription was performed during the Puttapisek blessing ceremony.

The horns span 4 inches wide.

These ‘Pim A Ongk Kroo’ masterpiece versions of the Wua Tanu have a hand inscribed prayer rosary made from bone around their necks, and gold leaf blessing on the forehead. A powerful protector against black magic and house invadors, as well as a strong attractor of wealth and treasures.

The bucha statues were made available as ‘Wua Tanu’ (holy bull), or as ‘Kwai Tanu’ (sacred buffalo). There are eight different versions in all, which were made in two different sizes, in 3 inch wide or 5 inch wide bucha statues.

The buffalo is 6 inches long and 4 inches high at the nape of the neck

Each type and size has an ongk kroo version and a standard version, in each of the two sizes. the ongk kroo masterpiece versions in both 3 inch and 5 inch sizes (of both Wua Tanu and Kwai Tanu), have 3 takrut (3K) inserted. Whereas the standard versions have 1 takrut and ‘phaa saam see’ (tricolored ribbons), instead of the rosary with hand inscription.

The span between the hooves measures 3 inches wide, with the horn span being 4.5 inches.

In addition, these ongk kroo versions have and rosary necklace, with hand inscription on the surface, instead of three colored ribbons.

The muan sarn in the belly contains a host of sacred and sorcerous ingredients to empower and increase the potency and power of the Wua Tanu, amongs the most important ingredients were; ‘pong hua jai’ Wua Tanu (heart of the Wua Tanu powders), krang putsa dtaay prai (‘putsa’ paste from a putsa tree that died as a prai, earths from seven cemeteries, earth from seven giant termite mounds, crab sand pellets, broken pieces of temple wall bricks from seven temples, and 108 herbs, woods and pollens.

Released in a very special edition of amulets from Luang Por Jerd, which included some extremely luxurious lockets with the image of Luang Por Jerd on the front, and a thick sacred powder filling in the rear face of the amulet, with a Pra Sivali loi ongk statuette and 108 or 56 takrut spells inserted into the muan sarn base formula.

108 statues were made in Ongk Kroo version

The standard versions of the Wua Tanu (and Kwai Tanu), have one takrut insert in the belly instead of the three takrut found in this ongk kroo verison. The outer surface of the standard versions of the statues have embossed cast iron yant, and Khom Agkhara in 3D, instead of the hand inscription given to the ongk kroo versions during the blessing ceremony.

Both versions have recieved so much attention to detail and fine quality chanuan muan sarn (metallic artifact metals) and pong muan sarn (sacred powders), with the empowerments and blessings of a legendery monk of the calibre of Luang Por Jerd, who is the direct looksit and apprentice in magic to Luang Por Noi (famed for his Pra Rahu coconut shell amulets), of Wat Sri Sa Tong. Luang Por is also a prime apprenticed looksit of Luang Por Noi of Wat Dhamma Sala as well, from whom he learned another large number of wicha.

The purpose of this edition was to raise funds for the building of a ‘taewa sathaan’ (deity shrine) with a large statue of Pra Pikanes (Ganesha) sitting on a pair of gold and a silver treasure bees as his throne.

Read documentation and see all amulets in this edition:

Serb San Dtamnan Luang Por Noi’ edition amulets 2555 BE – Luang Por Jerd – Suan Badibat Tam Po Sethee

The edition included 2 models of lockets with Pra Sivali statuette, gemstones and 108 or 56 takrut spell inserts. Two different models (jumbo and plod nee) of Pra Pid Ta powder amulets were issued, also with either 108 or 56 takrut and a treasure bee in the back face.

Some ritual dagger septres with two faced Taw Waes Suwan asura deva handles (excellent for making holy water for blessings and banishings), and of course these Wua Tanu bucha statues, and small portable loi ongk Wua and Kwai Tanu amulets were also made.

Luang Por Jerd has applied the powerful and authentic wicha of his mentor, Luang Por Noi of Wat Sri Sa Tong, to empower and bless this edition of amulets and bucha statues which we find to be of the hghest quality and has had authentic empowerment.

Bucha Method

Place the Wua Tanu on a ‘pan kroo’ (prayer tray) or small altar. Offer water to drink (do not let it ever go dry). On holy days and Buddhist festivals offer dry grass or hay.

Above is an example of the pan kroo, which can be golden or silver, and is available as an added option when ordering. Use the selection tickboxes to add a pan kroo tray if you wish, and we will send you the bucha statue with its own tray for placement.

Kata Bucha Kway/Wua Tanu

Wae Taa saa Gu Gu Saa Taa Wae Taa Ya Saa Dta Dta Saa Ya Taa Saa Saa Ti Gu Gu Ti Saa Saa Gu Dta Gu Puu Puu Gu Dta Gu (chant 3 times).

More Methods of Worshipping the Wua Tanu


Maker: Luang Por Jerd, Suan Badibat Tam Po Sethee

Magical Effects: Gae aathan, pon gan pai, maha lap, siang choke

Material: Cast sacred metals filled with sacred powders and takrut, colored ribbons.

Recommended Uses: Protect and banish black magic, thieves, demons, enemies and backstabbers. Gambling, attract wealth and treasures. Eliminate Enemies.

Number of Amulets Made: 108

Edition: Serp damnan Luang Por Jerd 2555 BE

Luang Phu Banya Banyataro has released these meed mor sorceror’s ritual exorcism knives  for the ‘Luang Phu Banya 108 years old’ edition.

Luang Phu Banya is known by his devotees (looksit) in Thailand, as the Maha thaera ha phaen din itti bun baramee apinya samabat metta Potisat. This means roughly ‘The great accomplished master monk of decades and revered guru of five regions, with great merits, strength of practice, and supernatural abhinya powers with the heart of a Bodhisattva‘.

The meed mor ‘Dtri Paetch’ is named with the same name of the weapon of Hanuman, subduer and conqueror of demons and enemies; invincible. Hanuman’s main weapon was the ‘dtri paetch’ (trident dagger).

The knife is fully empowered to prevent all dangers, black magic and dark sorcery, possession by ghosts or demons, epilepsy, and all kinds of evil energies and unlucky influences. It chases the phuudt and the phii (phantoms and ghosts) away; demons fear the meed mor ‘Dtri Paetch’.

Dtri paetch also means ‘three gems’ which is an allusion to the Triple Gem of the Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha, and uses these three sacred dhammas as the driving force of channeled energy from the Buddhas of all ages.

To bucha this ritual knife properly, one must practice restraint of the keeping of the 5 Buddhist precepts.

You must do good deeds regularly or give alms, and dedicate it to the Triple Gem, and ask for advancement, and protection of the crystal wall of Buddhas to surround you and protect you from all inauspicous dhammas and Maras.

The blade is inscribed with ancient Khmer Agkhara spells on both sides, with extra hand inscription from Luang Phu Banya. Each of the knives has a limited edition code number stamped into it (seen at the lower part of blade near the hilt/handle). The ancient Khmer Pali kata inscribed within, are hidden using the most adept and complex of formulas to encode the kata with root syllables and thus allow the inscription to form the starting center point for a multitude of possible and powerful kata. Depending on which system one uses to read it, the kata changes and remains with meaning, and powerful invocation of elemental forces.

The silver bindings of the handle of the ritual knife has recieved hand inscription of Khom Agkhara spells from Luang Phu Banya. The complexity of the formulas are extremely intricate. This demonstrates to us (through the analysis and explanation of Ajarn Spencer, who noticed the intricacy of Luang Phu’s encoding methods), how truly adept Luang Phu Banya is with complex formulation of sacred geometry of Buddhist yantra. The silver binding has an intricate yantra design inscribed that is incredibly detailed and fine for such a difficult oval curved surface, to perform such an inscription requires the mark of an adept sorceror.

Luang Phu Banya is one of the great masters of Chonburi Province, which is a great compliment, for Chonburi is the heartland of some of Thai amulet history’s greatest gaeji ajarn guru monks.

Kata Bucha Meed Mor Dtri Paetch

Chant the ‘Maha Namasakara’ 3 times first;

then chant 3 times:

Putto Puttang Na Gandtang Arahang Putto Namo Puttaa Ya.

If needy to banish demons and cast them out, or fend them off, then use the following kata:

(‘Maha Namasakara’ 3 times again firstly)

A Sang Wi Su Lo Bu Sa Pu Pa

How to Make Holy Prayer Water (Nam Montr)


Maker: Luang Phu Banya Banyataro

Magical Effects: Gae aathan, thorn khun sai, pong gan phuudt phii pisaj, tam nam montr, klaew klaad, kong grapan

Material: Holy wood, solid silver, alchemical metal

Recommended Uses: Protect against all evils and dangers, make holy prayer water (‘nam montr’), exorcism of ghosts, demons, and haunted homes.

Number of Amulets Made: Only 108 ritual knives were made

Edition: 108 years old edition Luang Phu Banya


The pha yant Look Krok Prai Perm Sap is made for increasing wealth and treasured possessions, gambling and flourishing commerce. Inscriptions were made using the very same invocations and empowerments as the look krok pra perm sap sacred powder amulets and bucha images, which took the world of kumarn tong collectors and devotees by storm in 2012.

Like all prai spirit deities, to worship a look krok will bring great luck and fortune to its owner, increasing wealth, and causing income and treasures to flow in from all around. Gambling is much more of a cinch with the help of the look krok, and travelling is blessed with the safety given by the look krok’s kong grapan and klaew klaad power.

The look krok will warn both of forthcoming dangers, and of coming luck. When luck is about to have a burst or a lucky streak, you will notice people showing much more attention than even usually, and a lot of friendly approaches in a short time. This is the time to lay your bet. The way of worship is similar to that for Kumarn Tong, Hun Payont, Mae Hong Prai, Mae Takian, and most other prai spirit deities as far as offerings are concerned, but the kata is personalized, as is usually the case with each different type of prai deity.

Each pha yant recieved a final individual blessing with hand inscription in gold from Pra Ajarn Somchart. The yantra cloth is covered in ancient Khmer Pali spell inscriptions using the most ancient necromantic spells from the Dtamra Saiyasart Khmer.

The invocation of the prai deva spirits and empowerment of this 2555 BE Wai Kroo edition was performed with Pra Ajarn Somchart presiding and performing the opening and entrance to the cemetery for the ritual incantations to be performed. He conversed with the guardian deities of the cemetery, and asked for permission from the ‘Sarn Dtaa Yaay‘ shrine of the local ghosts.

Then the ‘Piti Buang Suang Plii Phaa Hor Rang Prai’; this is a ritual for the removal of wrapping and binding of corpses. The prai spirits inside prai necromantic kumarn, look krok and other effigies, are often bound using corpse cloth or cords, colored ‘Daay Akom‘ threads, colored ‘Pha Sam See/Jet See’ bucha ribbons, or other simliar sorcerous binding materials, depending on the wicha.

Nine corpses were unbound to use the cloths for the pha yant and empowered using the Montr Wicha Yant Dhamma Dhatu Ruu Maha Gamnerd. This empowerment was performed for one whole ‘Traimas’ (trimester, a three months period duering the rainy retreats where the monks stay in their temples and spend the nights practicing and empowering their amulets).

A final empowerment was given before they were released to leave the temple for distribution, by Pra Ajarn Somchart. This pha yant can be considered to already becoming somewhat of a rarity, and has received popular public acclaim from the few who were lucky enough to obtain one. His bucha statues and prai look krok powder amulets of this edition became instantly legendary, and received massive interest from foreign shores such as Malaysia, Taiwan and Singapore.

Kata Bucha Look Krok Prai Perm Sap

Ji Je Ru Ni Jidt Dtang Gae Bpa Si Bpang Ruu Bpang Ni Midt Dtang Aa Kaj Chaa Ya Aa Kaj Chaa Hi Ma Ma Maa Maa Ma Haa Luuk Grorg Praay perm Sap

Chant 7 or 9 times and make your wish

How to Worship the Kuman Tong

Kata Kuman Tong

For a higher increased understanding of how to worship the kumarn and prai type amulets and bucha images, we recommend that you real all of the info contained in the below links. Correct understanding of how to bucha is the real reason for success with your amulet, and incorrect or lazy bucha, is also a reason why some people feel that their amulet is not working.

It is important to bucha properly, and correct performance of the bucha method will bring success with almost all amulets. For this reason we recommend that you read all of the below info pages (see links below), in order to inform yourself of the various methods of bucha, and increase your adepthood when performing ritual offerings

Kata Look Krok, and how to Bucha (Worship) Look Krok

How to Pray to Mae Nang Prai, Kumarn Tong Look Krok Hoeng PraiHun Payont,& Mae Takian amulets (how to bring into the house)

Nang PraiPhii Prai Thai Ghosts and Spirit Devas

Kata for Metta Mahaniyom and Maha Sanaeh Amulets, Charms and Oil

Maker: Pra Ajarn Somchart Bparimudto

Magical Effects: Maha lap, maha pokasap, choke lap, siang duang, siang choke, klaew klaad, kong grapan, gae aathan

Material: Funeral corpse cloth

Recommended Uses: Increase wealth and possessions, gambling, wish making, anti black magic and backstabber, forewarnings of danger and lucky streaks, lottery

Number of Amulets Made: 99

Edition: Bucha Kroo 2555 BE

Roop Muean Phu Sri Sutto Nakarach (Naga Rajah – King of the Nagas) 3 x 5 Inches Bucha statue – Nuea Rae (Sacred Resin) Turtle amulet inserted in base – Luang Por Tong Parn

Phu Sri Sutto Nakarach

Phu Sri Sutto Nakarach – Naga King Deity of Bodhala (Naga Underworld) – Bucha size statue in Sacred Resin with Sacred powders in base, and turtle amulet insert.

Phu Sri Sutto Nakarach

Luang Por Tong Parn has created this Bucha size Phu Sri Sutto Nakarach statue made from a mixture of Sacred Resins, which are lined with Magical Mineral Elements, and stuffed with Sacred powders and various Spells. The inner surface of the statue is lined with magical minerals for wealth attraction and protection. Released in 2554 BE after a Major Taewa Pisek ceremony invoking the Naga King of Bhodala

Phu Sri Sutto Nakarach

The statue is very heavy for 3 x 5 Inches at almost 1 Kilo.

Kata Bucha Phu Sri Sutto Nakarach

Always Chant the Maha Namasakara (Namo Tassa) 3 times before Chanting to Buddhist Amulets.

Then Chant;

Aehi Sangkang Bpiyo Naaka Subannaanang

  • Mayang Gaaya Waaja Jidt-Dtang Ahang Wantaa Jao Phu Payaa Naakaatibodii Srii Sutto Naakaraach Wisutti Taewaa Bpuuchaemi
  • Tudtiyambpi GaayaWaaja Jidt-Dtang Ahang Wantaa Jao Phu Payaa Naakaatibodii Srii Sutto Naakaraach Wisutti Taewaa Bpuuchaemi
  • Dtadtiyambpi Gaaya Waaja Jidt-Dtang Ahang Wantaa Jao Phu Payaa Naakaatibodii Srii Sutto Naakaraach Wisutti Taewaa Bpuuchaemi
  • Ayang Mahaa Naako Itti mandti Tudtimandto Imichaegaalaena Mahaa Naakang Bpuuchaemi (Chant 3 Times).

Free mp3 Sound Tutorials for proper Pronunciation of this Kata are downloadable after you have purchased the amulet. Simply log in to your account with us and go to the files tab to download MP3 Tutorials (fast and slow versions) for this

List of Kata to Bucha Paya Nak

There are Six Great Kings of Nagas along the banks of the Mekhong between Laos and Thailand, which he calls the Nakatibodee. The Laoatian Side dwells Paya Sri Sadta nakarach, and the Thai side is inhabited by Paya Sri Sutto Nakarach. Paya Sri Sutto liles to keep the Sila (Moral Virtues) and Practice the Dhamma. He has a Gentle and Compassionate Manner. He does not like to Challenge or Disputes, and likes to practice Dhamma in Nakorn Panom. When he is practicing his Austerities he then hands the Administration of the Area over to the Six ‘Amamaj’ (Captains) of the Nagas, to watch over his Kingdom whilst he Practices.

Phu Sri Sutto Nakarach

A Sacred Powder Turtle Amulet is inserted into the sacred Powders of the Base opf the statue which is lined with sacred minerals (rae).

Phu Sri Sutto Nakarach

Sacred Muan Narn of Naga related substances are sprinkled over the Turtle amulet.

The Metta Baramee of the Naga King brings a very similar effect as the Pra Sivali amulet, bringing Riches and attracting Metta from others. Popularity, Success, Promotion, Wealth and treasures. In addition, Protection against Black Magic and Evasion of Deadly Dangers is also bestowed upon His Devotees. The Temple of Luang Phu Hmuean is situated in Nong Kai and is extremely close to the Abode of Phu Sti Sutto, Luang Phu has called upon Phu Sru Sutto to empower the amulets with the power of his presence and bestows blessings of protection and prosperity to the Devotee

Roop Muean Phu Sri Sutto Nakarach (Naga Rajah – King of the Nagas) 3 x 5 Inches Bucha statue – Nuea Rae (Sacred Resin) Turtle amulet inserted in base – Luang Por Tong Parn

Phu Sri Sutto Nakarach (Naga King of Bhodala) – Nuea Pong Dam Bad Tong (Black Sacred Powders with Lek Lai Grains, and 1 Real Pearl) – Luang Phu Hmuean – Samnak Songk Ban Dong Jaroen

Phu Sri Sutto Nakarach

Made From Sacred Black Powders withpaiinted gold embellishments. Empowered with Kong Grapan, Klaew Klaad and Maha Lap Magic, and Invoked with the Deva Phu Sri Sutto Nakarach, the Naga King and Ruler of Bhodala (Mueang Badan), the Underworld Kingdom of the Nagas.

Phu Sri Sutto Nakarach

Size; 3.5 Cm High x 1.5 Cm Wide Base

It is not possible for the Nagas to Remain for Very Long in the Dimensional Sphere of the Human Realm. The God Indra bestowed the Nagas with Three Entry Points to the Human Realm. One in Vientiane (Laos, One in Nong Kante, and the third in the ‘Prohm Pragay Loke’ (Kam Chanote in the Mekhong Region).

Phu Sri Sutto Nakarach

The image can be worn as an amulet, kept on the Altar (below Buddha images, not above) for Bucha, or even be used to Make Holy Water to use for blessings and protections (spray on objects and persons).

How to Make Holy Prayer Water

Phu Sri Sutto Nakarach

The rear face of the amulet has a real sea pearl inserted into the Black sacred powders, which have a large amount of Lek Lai Powder Grains mixed into it, with powerful Kong Grapan, Klaew Klaad and Maha Lap properties to Protect from Dangers and attract Wealth, Power and Success.

The Great Luang Phu Kampant Kosa Panyo of Wat Tat Maha Chay, Nakorn Panom, said that there are Six Great Kings of Nagas along the banks of the Mekhong between Laos and Thailand, which he calls the Nakatibodee. The Laoatian Side dwells Paya Sri Sadta nakarach, and the Thai side is inhabited by Paya Sri Sutto Nakarach. Paya Sri Sutto likes to keep the Sila (Moral Virtues) and Practice the Dhamma. He has a Gentle and Compassionate Manner. He does not like to Challenge or Disputes, and likes to practice Dhamma in Nakorn Panom. When he is practicing his Austerities he then hands the Administration of the Area over to the Six ‘Amamaj’ (Captains) of the Nagas, to watch over his Kingdom whilst he Practices.

The Metta Baramee of the Naga King brings a very similar effect as the Pra Sivali amulet, bringing Riches and attracting Metta from others. Popularity, Success, Promotion, Wealth and treasures. In addition, Protection against Black Magic and Evasion of Deadly Dangers is also bestowed upon His Devotees. The Temple of Luang Phu Hmuean is situated in Nong Kai and is extremely close to the Abode of Phu Sti Sutto, Luang Phu has called upon Phu Sru Sutto to empower the amulets with the power of his presence and bestows blessings of protection and prosperity to the Devotee.

List of Kata for Naga Deities

Kata Bucha Phu Sri Sutto Nakarach

Always Chant the Maha Namasakara (Namo Tassa) 3 times before Chanting to Buddhist Amulets.

Then Chant;

Aehi Sangkang Bpiyo Naaka Subannaanang

  • Mayang Gaaya Waaja Jidt-Dtang Ahang Wantaa Jao Phu Payaa Naakaatibodii Srii Sutto Naakaraach Wisutti Taewaa Bpuuchaemi
  • Tudtiyambpi  GaayaWaaja Jidt-Dtang Ahang Wantaa Jao Phu Payaa Naakaatibodii Srii Sutto Naakaraach Wisutti Taewaa Bpuuchaemi
  • Dtadtiyambpi Gaaya Waaja Jidt-Dtang Ahang Wantaa Jao Phu Payaa Naakaatibodii Srii Sutto Naakaraach Wisutti Taewaa Bpuuchaemi
  • Ayang Mahaa Naako Itti mandti Tudtimandto Imichaegaalaena Mahaa Naakang Bpuuchaemi(Chant 3 Times).

Comes in Original Box from the Temple – can be encased if desired.

Phu Sri Sutto Nakarach

Phu Sri Sutto Nakarach (Naga King of Bhodala) – Nuea Pong Dam Bad Tong (Black Sacred Powders with Lek Lai Grains, and 1 Real Pearl) – Luang Phu Hmuean – Samnak Songk Ban Dong Jaroen

Taw Waes Suwan (Loi Ongk) Asura God Thai Buddhist Sacred Amulet – Nuea Samrit Chup Galai Tong Tae (Bronze with 22 Karat Gold Plating) ‘Run Sae Yid Choke Lap Foo’ 2552 BE Edition- Luang Por Foo 2552 BE

Taw Waes Suwan (Loi Ongk)

Released in the Internationally Acclaimed and Popular ‘Sae Yid Choke Lap Foo 2552 BE’ edition of Sacred Thai Buddhist Amulets from Luang Por Foo of Wat bang Samak. This Edition recieved National interest and Media Coverage, and was waited upon with Great expectancy.

Taw Waes Suwan (Loi Ongk)

Size; 3.5 Cm High x 1.5 Cm Wide

The amulet is made from a mix of Bronze Sacred Artifacts and Yantra Foils, smelted into the Chanuan Muan sarn. Sacred Powders are hidden within the interior of the statuette. This version in ‘Nuea Galai Tong Tae’, is covered in a Luxurious Coating of Pure Gold.

Taw Waes Suwan (Loi Ongk)

It was one of the Decades most Documented and Popular Editions, and all amulets in this Edition were officially cataloged and documented, making the a safe bet for collectors and connoisseurs as well as those who like to speculate with amulets that increase in value as time passes.

Taw Waes Suwan (Loi Ongk)

Luang Por Foo was the First Apprentice in Magic to Luang Por Ding, and is considered one of the Country’s most Prominent Gaeji Ajarn Guru Monks. This editions main aim was to increase Wealth and remove Obstacles, and Protect from Dark Magic.

Taw Waes Suwan (Loi Ongk)

The Authenticity Code of Wat Bang Samak is embossed on the base of the amulet

The Edition included a large range of Hanuman Amulets in various sacred Metals, some Palad Khik Dtua Kroo, Sethee Navagote (Nine Faced Buddha of Wealth), and these Taw Waes Suwan Asura God Amulets. The Taw Waes Suwan amulet was made in varous different materials including Nuea Tong Daeng, Samrit, Tong Rakang, Galai Tong Tae, and Sam Kasat (Bronze, Silver and Gold metals). They were made in Pim lek (small) and Pim Yai (large) sizes.

Taw Waes Suwan (Loi Ongk)

Comes in Original Temple Box – Can be Encased if Desired.

Kata Chants and the Story of Taw Waes Suwan

Taw Waes Suwan (Loi Ongk) – Nuea Samrit Chup Galai Tong Tae (Bronze with 22 Karat Gold Plating) 'Run Sae Yid Choke Lap Foo' 2552 BE Edition- Luang Por Foo 2552 BE