Taep Sariga Hang Giaw Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano

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Thailand Amulets proudly presents you with some Beautiful Sariga Dong Hang Giaw 2553 BE Edition Hand Painted Amulets with Ploi Sek Maha Pokasap Enchanted Wealth Attracting Gemstones in rear face, from Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano, available absolutely free with Waterproof Casing with orders over 100$. Only 4 available at the time of posting. You can also buy the amulet if you dont want to buy any other amulets up to 100$ too.

This Pim is a Pim Lek, and measures 4 x 2 Cm, and in this version is painted with blue bird body and pink wings with orange crest, and red-pink arched border frame. The Sariga Dong Hang Giaw has the tails entwined in sensual embrace and harmonious coexistence. A very popular amulet with ladies and also with the Gay community, for its smaller size and powerful Metta Maha Niyom Maha Sanaeh Mercy Charm and Seductive Influence (Power of Attraction), as well as being famed for inducing Lottery Wins, and Increasing Successful Business and Professional Advancements.

This amulet can be obtained for free when purchasing items which add up to 100$ or above, by first adding items to reach 100$, and then adding this item to the order afterwards. The add the below coupon code to the coupon code textfield before checkout, to get a full price reduction, obtaining this amulet for free, with casing included. If you use the coupon code, do not choose ‘Waterproof Casing’ option as we will encase it for you anyway. if you prefer no casing with the free coupon option, please state this in your order notes at checkout.


Taep Sariga Dong Koo Hang Giaw Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano - Free with Casing for Orders Over 100$

Kroo Ba Jao Bun Lerd

Presenting a rare chance to obtain one of the top amulets of the year 2553 BE (2012) the Choo Chok Riak Sap Khor Laew Ruay – Jujaka Millionaire Beggar calling Treasures and Begging for Wealth (and getting it) Loi Ongk Statuette, from Kroo Ba Jao Bun Lerd Biyawanno.

Empowered in the Sacred Cave of Wat Tham Yan Sangworn (Wat Khao Pak Lon), in Gaeng Koi, Sra Buri. The statuette is cast from Sacred Alchemical Nuea Chanuan Saksit, and is consecrated in an Immersion of Nam Man Choo Chok Maha Lap Green Prai Oil.

Choo Chok Amulet Kroo Ba Jao Bun Lerd

The base is filled with Pong Paya Khor Muan Sarn Sacred Powders, with 2 Takrut Maha Lap immersed in the Prai Oil Potion. This amulet was given a vote from the amulet societies of being one of the top rated talismanic amulets of the year 2553 BE for its power and immense popularity.

Choo Chok deity is naturally endowed with immense Maha Sanaeh, Choke Lap and Maha Lap power. Anything he asks for, he always gets. People never refuse his requests ever. Choo Chok is a wealth attractor for both Businessmen, Merchants and especially good for travelling salesmen. The Image of Choo Chok has very many Buddhist Connotations, due to appearing in the Jatakas as Jujaka in the last incarnation of the Buddha before he was born as Siddhatta.

The Buddha was previously born as the Prince Vessantara, and completed the Perfection of Giving. Choo Chok played a leading role in Prince Vessantaras completion of the perfection, by asking the Prince for his children, to which Vessantara conceded, and let go of his ultimate possessions and attained the ‘Maha Dhana Baramee’ (Perfection of Giving).

The fact that Choo Chok was able to even ask for somebody’s children and get them, shows the immense attraction and power of Metta Mahaniyom which the beggar Choo Chok possesses. This is the reason why the Choo Chok Deity is such a powerful attractor of riches, because Choo Chok has a special Baramee that allows even the least likely gifts to be given with the greatest of ease. Sales are made so easily with Choo Chok to help.

Kroo Ba Jao Bun Lerd is widely reputed for his Wicha Akom Boran Lanna Sorcery, with Metta Maha Niyom Maha Sanaeh Choke Lap powers, with added Maha Amnaj. Kroo Ba Jao Bun Lerd has diligently studied the northern Lanna Sorcery traditions and Grimoires throughout his life, and masters a large compendium of the ancient sorcery spells of the Lanna Folk. He has practiced the Wicha of the Ruesi (Lersi) hermits, and mastered their methods before his ordination as a Buddhist Monk, and knows how to protect against Black Magick, and perform powerful ancient Vedic spells.

There was an occasion when Kroo Ba Jao Bun Lerd was stil a child, when entered a strange state, and left his body for a period of 3 days and nights, which caused his relatives to think he had died. But on the third day, he came back, and awoke. After he returned to his body, he changed from being a simple and slow witted child, to become genially clever, able to perform tasks which normal people could not perform. He was able to converse with the spirits of the netherworlds, and communicate with the Ruesi Devas of the Celestial Spheres. He hence travled into the forests and jungles and found the hermit practitioners, who bestowed him with their secrets of Wicha Akom, and he practiced Kammathana Vipassana in the depths of the forest to strengthen his ability.

Luang Phu Kroo Ba Jao Bun Lerd chose the best astrological alignments for the occasion of the making and empowerment of the Choo Chok amulets, to maximise the Lucky Fortunes and Auspicious Magic of the Wicha, to bring immense increases in the inflow of wealth. He used his secret Wicha which he received in the forests from the Celestial Hermit Gods.

Pong Paya Khor

He also made some special Muan Sarn Sacred Powders for insertion into the base of the statuettes, which included a very powerful ingredient which comes from an Old Dtamra Grimoire. This ingredient is made using a wooden clothes hook which must come from the home of a Millionaire, which has the power to hook the vestments of the rich (which contain their wallets), and induce the confidence for the Millionaires to leave their coats and wallets with you, with total confidence.

He ground the powders up with incantations of Choke Lap, Maha Sanaeh and Metta Maha Niyom, and blessed them according to the Ritual Methods of the Wicha for empowering Muan Sarn Sacred Powders. The powders are imbued with Kaa Khaay magic for business sales and customer increases. Kroo Ba Jao Bun Lerd then inserted the Muan Sarn Sacred Powders into the base of each statuette. This powder is called ‘Pong Paya Khor’, which means something like ‘Powder of Immense Granted Requests’.

choo chok

The Khor Laew Ruay (Ask and be Instantly Rewarded with Riches) edition is empowered with immersion in Nam Man Prai Choo Chok Maha Lap green Prai Oil potion, with 2 Takrut Riak Sap scroll spells within the oil potion. Some Wan Krao Ruesi (Lersi Beard herb) is added to the immersion, which increases the Metta and Kaa Khaay power to bring successful business.

Kata Choo Chok Jujaka Incantation

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

Mae Nāng Prai Dtānī Banana Tree Lady Ghost

Kata Chanting for Banana Tree Lady Ghost Mae Nāng Prai Dtānī. One of the most asked for and sought after Kata Chanting Tutorials, which is so hard to find any information anywhere, is now available in the Kata Chanting Repository of the Buddha Magic Project on YouTube Channel

The Kata Riak Bucha Mae Nāng Prai Dtānī has now been published, and we have inserted it into this post for you to enjoy and practice. Those who wish to venerate the Nāng Prai Dtānī can expect her to lend her hand in flirtation, great luck in gambling windfalls, ‘Maha Sanaeh’ attractability and ‘Metta Mahaniyom’ popularity.

Banana Tree Lady Ghost

The more one venerates, recites kata or pays attention to Nang Dtaanee in general, the more powerful the amulet will become (a very give and receive relationship).

Kata Bucha Chanting Tutorial for Summoning and Praying to the Banana Tree Lady Ghost ‘ Mae Nang Prai Dtānī’.

Kata: First Chant the Maha Namasakara (Namo Dtassa 3x)

Ēhi Dtā Dta Bpi Ya Ta Sō Na Mō Hō Mi Ōm Mae Nāng Prai Dtānī Mā Ni Mā Mā Sō Mā Rē Sa Mahā Lāpō Na Mō Hō Mi I Dti I Dti Lāpō

(Chant 7 Times)

Mae Nang Prai Dtānī is a resident spirit of the Dtānī Banana Tree, which is a specific type of banana tree that is considered to be haunted with the spirit of a Lady Ghost, who possesses immense power of Maha Lap and Maha Sanaeh, to use for both Seduction, and for Gambling purposes. Mae Nang Prai Dtānī can be revered much in the same way any woman can, with presentations of flowers, perfumes, jewelry and foods such as sweet meats and fruits and reciting her Kata.

Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet in Glazed Color front surface, and white sacred powder rear face with the Maeng Mum Maha Pokasap money spider. These jumbo size Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulets were released in the ‘Maha Taep Bandan Choke’ (Deva bestowing Luck) 2556 BE Master Day ceremony, of Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano at Wat Weluwan, in Buriram.

The Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet, is an Animistic Occult Charm, used for Maha Lap lucky Fortunes, amd Maha Pokasap Treasure Accumulation. The amulet is made in the form of sacred powder pressed image in Super-Jumbo size at 5 x 4.5 Cm, encased in stainless steel casing. Front image features the Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King, which is a twin sexed Yab-Yum like spirit Deva of Love.

Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet glazed red coatThe rear face, features a money spider, weaving its web and sitting comfortably in the middle to trawl in all its prey, and treasures.


Spiders don’t have to exert much energy (after their web is woven), in order to catch food, for it just sets a trap and lays in waiting.

Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King AmuletThis brings the attractive magic to accumulate treasured possessions in, with powerful and ancient animist Invocations, dating back thousands of years, from Pre-Buddhist times. The money spider has been a Magical image of luck and wealthy fortunes, in almost all countries and cultures, around the world since days of old. Sorcery was eliminated in the Western World after the Witch Hunts, leaving almost no real authentic magical lineage remaining.

Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano's Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet

But in South East Asia, Sorcery has survived in its entirety up to the present day, without its authenticity becoming lost, and is still very much a real and living magical practice. In the west, the money spider remains but a verbal allusion, but no true magical empowerments, or invocations exist in the Western World.

Money Spider on rear face

A piece of Kroo Ba Krissana’s Civara monk robe is attached to the amulet, as a personal blessing and object of faith to the Guru for the continuous empowerment through the faith and trust of the devotee, in the Guru.

Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano

In the Far East where Buddhist and Animist Sorcerors are permitted to practice and not scorned,the imagery does have true and ancient methods of empowerment, and Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano is one of the most favored Masters for empowering amulets with Maha Lap and Maha Pokasap power for luck, Wealth and Treasured Possessions.

Kroo_Ba_Krissana_Intawano.JPGKroo Ba Krissana Intawano is one of Thailand’s most sought after Masters for his beautiful miniature fine art in the form of his amulets, which are both aesthetically pleasing, as well as full of Metta Mahaniyom Maha Pokasap amd Maha Lap Magic.


Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano is also an accomplished Sak Yant Master, who is less known for his Sacred tattoos, than for his amulets, which is in truth only so, because of the ultra high profile amd international attention that his amulets have recieved, overshadowing his other accomplishments.


This edition was spearheaded by the issue of Pra Pikanes (Ganesha) and Brahma Images, as well as the classic Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King. A series of Occult charms such as Takrut and Meed mor knives, and Kumarn Tong were also released.


Kata Bucha Taep Fa Din Jamlaeng Pamorn (Butterfly King).

Om Nama Siwa Na Maedtaa

Taewa Jidt-Dta Sip-hok Chanfaa Sip-haa Chandin

Kroo Ba Krissana Jao Khong Wadtumongkol Nee (add your prayers here)

Om Sanaeh Maha Sanaeh Om Na Maedtaa

Maha Maedtaa Om Na Maedtaa Taewa Jidt-Dta

The glazed versions were made in Jumbo and also this Super Jumbo size.

Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano

Taep Fa Din Pim Jiw miniature size sacred powder Butterfly King amulet, from the master of this most definitively subtle Wicha of the Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King, Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano. Seven Ploi Sek Maha Pokasap Gemstones (six in the rear face one in the front face), two Takrut and one Look Namo Yantra Coin insert.

The amulets are very small, but extremely delicately and intricately detailed hand-painted amulets. They have polished gemstones and silver Takrut spells, inserted into the rear face of their Muan Sarn Sacred Powders.

Taep Bin Jiw miniature size King butterfly amulet with gemstone and Takrut inserts. This amulet is absolutely recommendable for ladies and children, due to its small size and delicate design features

Using Kruba Krissana’s highly secretive Wicha of ‘Montr Teerayaan’, the master of the Butterfly King, has created another superb edition of his famous ‘Taep Jamleng” amulets, what are most meticulously and faithfully rendered, in brilliantly detailed form.

The following amulets were released in the 2556 BE edition: 1. Sampao Takrut Ngern Koo Fang Ploi ( Sea fairing military ship with double silver Takrut and Blessed Gems) 2. See Pheung Khun Phaen Metta Mahinyom Kaa Kaai ( Holy balm of Khun Phaen of charm and compassion with great business and trades) 3. Tayp Bin Takrut Ngern Koo Fang Ploi ( Thep Jamlang Angel with Silver Takrut and Blessed Ploi Sek gems) 4. Tayp Faa Din Payn See Daeng Lang Fang Rian Narai (Red Earth and Sky angel with Pra Narai Coin inbedded) 5. Tayp Faa Din PAyn See Kieow Lang Fang Rian Narai ( Green Earth and Sky angel with Pra Narai Imbedded) 6. Sian Phu Lersi Fang Rae Sak Sit Neua Pong Pii Kun ( Head of the Lersi Ascetic Sage with sacred powders of Pikun and sacred gems imbedded) 7. Taep Bin Jiw miniature size King butterfly amulet with gemstone and Takrut inserts. This amulet is absolutely recommendable for ladies and children, due to its small size and delicate design features 8. Khun Phaen Kumarn Tayp Fang Ploi Takrut (Khun Phaen's Golden Angel Child with Plio Sek Gems and Takrut) 9. Nang Kwak Kum Sap Maha Sethee Neua Pong Pikun (Nang Gwak calling to millionare riches in sacred powders) 10. Nang Kwak Paya Kum Sap Maha Sethee Neua Pong Itthi Jay See Kao (Nang Kwak calling to millionare riches with white Itthi Jay sacred powders) 11. Nang Kwak Paya Kum Sap Maha Sathee Neua Pong Mai Paya Ngiw Dam ( Nang Kwak Calling to Millionare riches made from the wood of the holy Ngiw Dam tree) 12. Nang Kwak Paya Kum Sap Maha Sethee Fang Rae Sak Sit Bpit Tong Naa Somdej (Nang Kwak callig to millionare riches in sacred powder, and gilted in gold leaf, with Pra Somdej on other face). 13. Nang Kwak Paya Kum Sap Maha Sethee Takrut Tong Kam (Nang Kwak calling to Millionare riches in sacred powders with golden takrut)

The front face of this miniature edition, features a vividly hand painted red Taep Jamlaeng butterfly angel, and single Ploi Sek carved crystal. The Butterfly is surrounded with a golden border. The individual features on the painted surface reveal an attention to detail that is comparative to Master  Craftsmanship of the true Artisan. Time consuming and painstaking effort must be applied, to achieve the resulting detail and originality of using different painted effects on each amulet. This of course, means that each and every one of Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano’s amulets are unique in their own right. Each is its own individual work of art, that is unlike any other.

The Rear face of this mini Butterfly amulet features a vibrant white very smooth Muan Sarn powder base, and is stuffed (despite its size) with 6 enchanted carved bright crystals, two silver takruts and a central sacred metals Rian yant coin of Kruba Krissana’s angelic script.

Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano

The amulet measures 2.5 x 1.5 These  high-class miniatures, were released as only one of a series of different King butterfly amulets, all of which are extremely high quality and highly prized by the steadfast devotees of Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano. They were blessed and released during the special Buddha Abhiseka ceremony, for the Kammathana 2556 BE edition of amulets.

 King Butterfly amulet miniatures

Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano is along with his lifetime accomplice in magical sorcery, Kroo Ba Beng, one of the only two holders and inheritors of the secret Wicha of their forest Lersi Hermit Kroo Ba Ajarn.  It is from their guru, from whom they received and learned the methods of making and empowering the extremely rare to find Wicha Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King amulet. 

Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet

Both Kroo Ba  Beng, and Kroo Ba Krissana, are extremely popular around Southeast Asia, and even as far away as the western shores of the United States of America, South America, Canada and even Russia. Never has there been such a highly celebrated amulet that is highly regarded for its sheer beauty, fine craftsmanship, art work, originality, and magical power, as the Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet.

Miniatures Butterfly King Taep Pamorn amulet by Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano

The following amulets were released in the 2556 BE Kammathana edition:
1. Sampao Takrut Ngern Koo Fang Ploi ( Sea fairing military ship with double silver Takrut and Blessed Gems)
2. See Pheung Khun Phaen Metta Mahinyom Kaa Kaai ( Holy balm of Khun Phaen of charm and compassion with great business and trades)
3. Tayp Bin Takrut Ngern Koo Fang Ploi ( Thep Jamlang Angel with Silver Takrut and Blessed Ploi Sek gems)
4. Tayp Faa Din Payn See Daeng Lang Fang Rian Narai (Red Earth and Sky angel with Pra Narai Coin inbedded)
5. Tayp Faa Din PAyn See Kieow Lang Fang Rian Narai ( Green Earth and Sky angel with Pra Narai Imbedded)
6. Sian Phu Lersi Fang Rae Sak Sit Neua Pong Pii Kun ( Head of the Lersi Ascetic Sage with sacred powders of Pikun and sacred gems imbedded)
7. Taep Bin Jiw miniature size King butterfly amulet with gemstone and Takrut inserts. This amulet is absolutely recommendable for ladies and children, due to its small size and delicate design features
8. Khun Phaen Kumarn Tayp Fang Ploi Takrut (Khun Phaen’s Golden Angel Child with Plio Sek Gems and Takrut)
9. Nang Kwak Kum Sap Maha Sethee Neua Pong Pikun (Nang Gwak calling to millionare riches in sacred powders)
10. Nang Kwak Paya Kum Sap Maha Sethee Neua Pong Itthi Jay See Kao (Nang Kwak calling to millionare riches with white Itthi Jay sacred powders)
11. Nang Kwak Paya Kum Sap Maha Sathee Neua Pong Mai Paya Ngiw Dam ( Nang Kwak Calling to Millionare riches made from the wood of the holy Ngiw Dam tree)
12. Nang Kwak Paya Kum Sap Maha Sethee Fang Rae Sak Sit Bpit Tong Naa Somdej (Nang Kwak callig to millionare riches in sacred powder, and gilted in gold leaf, with Pra Somdej on other face).
13. Nang Kwak Paya Kum Sap Maha Sethee Takrut Tong Kam (Nang Kwak calling to Millionare riches in sacred powders with golden takrut).

Rear face of amulet

This particular miniature size, is extremely recommendable for ladies, children, and of course is recommended far and is already extremely popular, with the gay community.

A Ploi Sek Maha Pokasap gem is inserted into the front face

 A Ploi Sek Maha Pokasap gem is inserted into the front face.

View in the store; Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Miniature Amulet 

Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet – made from a highly concentrated Muan Sarn Sacred Powder admixture, and 16 ‘Ploi Sek Maha Pokasap’ Gems (3 in the front face, and 13 in the rear face). this is the small ‘ Pim Lek’ model, and is an excellent choice for ladies, children and also for Gays.

Made in 2553 BE for the ‘Lai Sen’ edition (now a more famous and highly preferred edition), by Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano. Fancy stainless casing is included with this item. The casing has special decorative frame, with engraved patterns gracing the edges.

Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet pink Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano

The front face of the amulet features the Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King, with red, black, yellow, green and white finely painted details. The Amulet is a most delicately painted miniature Objet D’art. Four Ploi Sek Maha Pokasap Gemstones are inserted.

Rear face of Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet in pink sacred powders.

Size; 2.8 x 2 Cm

The rear face of the amulet has 13 Ploi Sek of differing kinds, inserted into the Muan Sarn Sacred Powders.

Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano, is along with his accomplice Kroo Ba Beng, of Wat Tanode Luang, one of the only two surviving holders of the secret Wicha of their Kroo Ba Ajarn Guru Master. Namely that of the special method of successfully making Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulets, whose power is derived from both the psychic and Deity assisted empowerment, as well as from the secret aromatic admixture of Muan Sarn Sacred Powders, Maha Pokasap Gems (ploi sek), and Takrut spells, that are seen to be used with their amulets. 

Below; Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet held in the hand for visual size comparison.Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet held in the hand for visual size comparison.

This edition of amulets was actually blessed also in duo, with Kroo Ba Beng. This is also not the first novel was it the last time that such a thing has happened, for indeed, they have both the same artisan preparing the designs, for their most beautiful and exquisitely finely crafted amulets. It is Hence, that you will see very similar amulets, at least as far as the front face is concerned, from this edition coming from both of these Guru masters. 

Rear face of the Butterfly King amulet held in the hand

Those which will have a locket of Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano are obviously from that master. Those which possess a nine tailed Fox locket, or Nam Man Prai inserted in the rear face, will almost always be coming from Kroo Ba Beng.  In Thailand of masters are actually seem to be equally powerful, but on international shores, Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano is more well known. There is actually little difference in the power and quality of these amulets, especially considering that both masters have lent their empowerments to both editions from both temples. 

Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano performing the blessing of amulets in a sacred Cave.

Above; Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano performing the blessing of amulets in a sacred Cave. 

It is just a matter of preference as to which devotees prefer which master, but that there is not seem to be any kind of comparison made, or any kind of higher and lower status given to either of these masters

In addition to this, his amulets are also miniatures works of art in their own right. Each amulet is completely unique, and unlike any of its brothers and sisters. This is due to the hand painting, and individual treatment given to each amulet, which will have different coloured gemstones, and different sacred items inserted with each amulet, hence, differing slightly from the one next to it.

Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano

This particular model is a ‘Pim Lek’ (medium sized) Ongk Kroo Masterpiece Version. It is extremely fortunate now to find what still available some years after the release of the edition. This is because, his amulets are nearly always completely sold out in every edition, before the year is over.

This shows the great popularity and collectability and speculating value of his amulets and how sacred they are to so many people. We may consider, that we can still find amulets of great historic masters so many tens of years and even hundreds of years after that passing, but with the amulets of Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano, only one year is needed for an edition of his amulets, to appear to be completely depleted. Each series and edition depletes and disappears shortly after their appearance. This is what we call a true phenomenon. 

Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano

Of course the great beauty of his amulets and their artistic value, also counts much towards the reason why they receive so much popularity.

But if it were not for the fact that they are truly sacred, and have a noticeable effect with their magic, then sheer artistic beauty, would not be enough reason, to make them as popular as they are to this day.

These Butterfly King amulets, were released back in 2553 BE, in a series along with some special coin metallic Amulets. These smaller size models, in pink sacred powder, are extremely recommended for ladies, children, and also of course the gay community. 



View this amulet in the store; Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet Pim Lek Pink Powders 16 Gems

Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet – with blue Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano Cameo Locket, 14 Maha Pokasap Gems (4 in the front face, and 10 in the rear face), and 2 Takrut spells inserted. 

Made in 2553 BE for the ‘Lai Sen’ edition (now a more famous and highly preferred edition), by Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano. Fancy stainless casing is included with this item. The casing is special quality, with engraved patterns gracing the edges.

The front face of the amulet features the Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King, with red, green, yellow, orange and white finely painted details. The Amulet is a most delicately painted miniature Objet D’art. Four Ploi Sek Maha Pokasap Gemstones are inserted.

Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulet Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano

Size; 3 x 2 Cm

The rear face of the amulet has a locket, 10 gemstones, and two Takrut inserted into the Muan Sarn Sacred Powders.

One locket, 10 gemstones and two Takrut

Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano is along with his accomplice Kroo Ba Beng, of Wat Tanode Luang, one of the only two surviving holders of the secret Wicha of their Kroo Ba Ajarn Guru Master. Namely that of the special method of successfully making Taep Jamlaeng Butterfly King Amulets, whose power is derived from both the psychic and Deity assisted empowerment, as well as from the secret aromatic admixture of Muan Sarn Sacred Powders, Maha Pokasap Gems (ploi sek), and Takrut spells.

The amulet was released in the year 2553

In addition to this, his amulets are also miniatures works of art in their own right. Each amulet is completely unique, and unlike any of its brothers and sisters. This is due to the hand painting, and individual treatment given to each amulet, which will have different coloured gemstones, and different sacred items inserted with each amulet, hence, differing slightly from the one next to it.

The rear face of the amulet

This particular model is a ‘Pim Klang’ (medium sized) Ongk Kroo Masterpiece Version. It is extremely fortunate now to find what still available some years after the release of the addition. This is because, his amulets are nearly always completely sold out in every edition, before the year is over. 

Front face of the amulet held in the hand for size comparison. 

This shows the great popularity and collectability and speculating value of his amulets and how sacred they are to so many people. May consider, that we can still find amulets of great historic masters so many tens of years and even hundreds of years after that passing, but with the amulets of Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano, only one year is needed for an edition of his amulets, to appear to be completely depleted. Each series and edition depletes and disappears shortly after their appearance. This is what we call a true phenomenon.

Rear face of the amulet held in the hand, for size comparison. 

Of course the great beauty of his amulets and their artistic value, also counts much towards the reason why they receive so much popularity. 

2553 BE edition Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano amulets poster 

But if it were not for the fact that they are truly sacred, and have a noticeable effect with their magic, then sheer artistic beauty, would not be enough reason, to make them as popular as they are to this day. 

Coin amulets released in the 2553 edition

These Butterfly King amulets, were released in a series along with some special coin metallic Amulets.

Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano blessing amulets inside a cave Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano

Nang Kwak Nang Paya Kum Sap Maha Sethee Fang Rae Sak Sit Pid Tong Hnaa Somdej

This Nang Kwak Pra Somdej combination is a most auspicious and powerful amulet created by Kroo Ba Krissana for calling to millionaire riches as well as all general blessings of the most infamous Pra Somdej style amulet.

The amulet is entirely Kroo Ba Krissana’s sacred powder based with one side imprinted with the Nang Kwak deity, surrounded by holy angelic yantra specific to Kroo Ba Krissana’s style, and his imprinted signature, rests in the base of the amulet. 

Kwak Pra Somdej Nang Paya hnaa Tong Ongk Kroo Masterpiece Version with gold leaf blessing, from GGuru Master monk; Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano

A sacred metal ‘Rian’ coin slug, known as a ‘look namo’, with a magical spell inside, is inserted into the Muan Sarn sacred powder base between Nang Kwak and a highly decorative Thai style floral border. 

Kwak Somdej Nang Paya

Nang Kwak is a benevolent female deity, was worshipped dates far back thousands of years to the pre-Buddhist era as Southeast Asia was permeated with Brahmanism. She represents the daughter of a wealthy travelling merchant who was lucky enough to hear dharma lectures, from two great Arahants (Mokhallana and Saributra), who were two of the closest friends and most popular practitioners of the Lord Buddha. 

It is said that the fact that she took delight in listening to the Buddhist sutra is from these two great enlightened beings caused her to absorb immense lucky Maha Sanaeh, Metta Mahaniyom, Maha Pokasap, and Maha Lap blessings.  

Nang kwak Pra Somdej

This caused her father’s business to become increasingly successful, to the point where they would not travel to do their trading unless Nang Kwak would also travel with them to market on the oxcart. 

Her real name was Nang Supawadee, and both Brahman and Buddhist people have been worshipping her, ever since the times of the Buddha, and the worship of this deity has become second to none in Thailand where one will see this deity sitting on almost every single market stall, and shop altar of the whole nation of Thailand. 

Pra Somdej

Before people had this Deity, her more ancient substitute, was to worship either Mae Toranee (Dharani/Mother Earth), or, Pra Mae Posop (The goddess of the harvest and fertility). 

Side view of Pra Somdej Nang Kwak

She is deemed to bring luck, especially in the form of money, to the household. She is the patron Deity of all Merchants and Salesmen and can be seen in almost every business establishment in Thailand.

Pra Somdej Nang Paya Hnaa Tong

The Pra Somdej side displays the iconic image of the infamous Pra Somdej gilded in gold leaf with a silver takrut inserted into the Muan Sarn Earn sacred powders along with 3 white Ploi Sek sacred enchanted gems sitting at the base of the Pra Somdej image.

Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano blessing s and sacred powders

This side as well displays Kroo Ba Krissana’s signature and the amulet is surrounded again by a highly intricate Thai floral border. A Takrut spell is inserted into the dais, upon which the Nang Paya Somdej Buddha deity sits.

Muan Sarn Sacred Powders


How to Revere Nang Gwak

To Bucha Nang Gwak, One should use 5 incense sticks and offer flowers (preferably jasmine), red syrup drink (‘Nam Daeng’). Some water, and also some sweets and rice as offerings.

Light the incense, candles, and offer the flowers and drinks. Then Say “Namo Dtassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa” 3 times, and bow three times to Buddha before you begin chanting Kata Nang Gwak.

Light the incense, candles, and offer the flowers and drinks. Then Say “Namo Dtassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa” 3 times, and bow three times to Buddha before you begin chanting Kata Nang Gwak.

Kata Nang Gwak

  • Om Sri Vichai Gangwian

  • Phu Jao Khao Khiaw Mii Luuk Kon Diaw Cheu Nang Gwak

  • Chai Hen Chai Rak Hying Hen Hying Tak

  • Tak Tuan Hnaa Puak Paanichaa Paa Guu Bpai Kaa Terng Mueang Maen

  • Guu Ja Bpai Kaa Hua Hwaen Gor Dai Wan La Saen Tanaan

  • Guu Ja Kaa Saarapadgarn Gor Dai Doey Klong

  • Guu Ja Kaa Tong Mua Rai, Gor Dai Dtem Haab Piang Wan Nii Bpen Rooy

  • Saam Haab Ma Ruean Saam Duean Bpen Sethee Saam Bpii Bpen Por Kaa Sampao

  • Pra Rasii Puu Bpen Jao Bprasit Hai Gae Luuk Kon Diaw Swaaha.

Use this Kata when you are going to sell things, or in your place of business in the morning. Here is a slow and clear pronunciation of the above text, exactly as it is written;


Who was Nang Kwak?

The legend of Nang Kwak, is something that occurred a long time ago, before or during the time when Buddhism was beginning to spread, about 2500 years ago. The legend tells that, in the Indian province of Sawathee in the small town of Michigaasandhanakara (มิจฉิกาสันฑนคร)There was a married couple whose names were Mr. Sujidtaprahma (สุจิตตพราหมณ์ ) and Mrs. Sumanta (สุมณฑา), who had a daughter named Supawadee (สุภาวดี).They were merchants who sold small amounts of wares on the markets, only earning just enough to maintain their small family from day to day.

Nang Kwak waving lady

One day, they were discussing their hopes and dreams for the future, and decided that they should try to expand their business to make more profit and begin to think of being able to save something for their old age; as a result of this conversation, they decided to try to afford to buy a “gwian” (cart) in order to use to travel with and sell their wares to other towns and villages, also then bringing wares from the other towns to sell in Sawathee and Michigaasandhanakara when they returned.
Nang Kwak waving lady Nang SupawadeeSometimes, Supawadee their daughter, would ask to tag along for the ride, and help them. One day, as Supawadee was helping her parents to sell wares in a distant town, she was lucky to be able to hear a sermon by Phra Gumarn Gasabatera (พระกุมารกัสสปเถร); she was so convinced, and moved by his sermon, that she took refuge in the Triple Gem. 
When Gasabatera saw her faith and devotion, he collected all his powers of thought and concentration of an Arahant* (for indeed Pra Gasabatera was and Arahant*), and bestowed blessings of good fortune and luck in salesmanship on Nang Supawadee and her Family. In addition, Pra Gasabatera increased the power for the blessing to make the magic stronger every time that Nang Supawadee would attend and listen to Dharma teachings with such devotion as she had this time.
Nang Supawadee
Nang Kwak In the next town they went to to sell wares, Nang Supawadee received the opportunity to listen to the preachings of Phra Siwaliitera (พระศิวลีเถร), who was also in the business of wandering around preaching the Dharma as taught by Lord Buddha Sakyamuni. Nang Supawadee received teachings from this master, and thus became extremely well versed and knowledgeable in Dhamma. 
Nang Supawadee
Phra Sivali bestowed blessings of Metta upon her for her diligent efforts to follow and understand the practice of Dharma.Phra Sivali tera was different from normal beings and had a strange event marking his birth; namely that, he remained in his mother’s womb for a period of 7 years 7 months and 7 days before being born in the world.This cause Phra Sivali to be endowed with extremely strong mind powers, which, when he concentrated all his mental power and effort to bestow the Metta blessing upon the young Supawadee, the result was an especially strong effect to the blessing he gave.
Due to these blessings gained from the two saints, it came to notice that every time Nang Supawadee came along for the rinde on her parents’ cart, sales were fantastic and all the goods were always sold in no time at all! As the when Nang Supawadee did not accompany them on their market sounds; sales were pretty meager in comparison. Her parents decided that their fortune would be best if they had their daughter Supawadee accompany them always on their sales rounds because they believed that the good fortune was to do with the blessings and merit she had with her. 
This brought such great fortune upon the family, that in a short time they became extremely wealthy merchants.
Once they had already become pretty wealthy, Mr. Sujidtaprahma received the opportunity to hear some Dharma teachings from the Lord Buddha himself; he was filled with faith and reverence, and as a result of this, began to practice Dharma practice and reached the attainment of Sotapanna ( โสดาบัณ- Sodaban, in Thai) which is otherwise known as “Stream Enterer”.
Supawadee’s father then donated a park called “Ampatagawan” (อัมพาฎกวัน), for the Bhikkhus to rest and take shelter in, as well as building a Vihara (shrine and salon) for the Monastics, as a temple within the grounds.The temple was named “Wat Machigaasandharaam” ( วัดมัจฉิกาสัณฑาราม).
Waving lady amulets made from sacred powders from Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano
Pra Sutamma Tera was invited to be Abbot of the temple. Mr.Sujidtaprahma, who was very well known for being a person who would g out of his way to help others, and a good hearted generous fellow, would ask people on his selling rounds if anyone was going the same way and wished to hitch a ride with him. Sometimes there would be as many as a thousand people wishing to accompany him, which he never refused, always fulfilling their wishes, regardless of if they were followers of the Buddha like himself or not.
The many people who got to ride with him noticed the amazing power of Metta Mahaniyom of his daughter Nang Supawadee, whose blessings had caused her parents to become wealthy merchant moguls, and thus began to worship her as a cause of good fortune in selling and business matters.
Real 24 ^ gold leaf blessing is pasted on the front face of the amulet
After many years, Sujidtaprahma and his wife Mrs Sumanta became old and passed away – their blessed daughter Supawadee also became old and eventually had to pass on to the next life, and left her body behind.
But her legend lived on in the hearts for all the people who had adopted her as the patron saint and magical deva of all merchants, praying to her and making offerings to increase merit and receive great fortune in business dealings.Anyone wishing to have good luck in their sales would seek out an image or statue of Nang Supawadee and make Pojja offerings to her, inviting her spirit to come and reside in the statue or image, and bring them luck, as Supawadee had always done whilst riding on her father’s cart.
Yant Nang Kwak
All of 4 different castes of the Indian Hindu caste system adopted the practice; Brahmins, Royalty, Medics, and even Sudhras were seen to worship and respect Nang Kwak. The practice of making Bucha to Nang Kwak became ever more widespread, due to tales of many merchants practising Bucha Nang Kwak, and becoming extremely wealthy; This caused people in all four directions of the compass to adopt the practice. 
Nang Kwak
The practice of praying to Nang Kwak was adopted by the Thais as Buddhism and the Brahmin faith came to Thailand, and is as proliferant today as it ever was in ancient times! The Brahmins, who are practitioners of Kata in a very big way, brought the statues of Nang Kwak here with them, changing the posture of the statue from that of a lady sitting on a cart, to that of a lady sitting in a shop waving to beckon customers.
First of all before anybody, the Brahmins used it for their own business, but when they saw that people in Thailand believed in the powers of Nang Kwak, they began to make the statues here too, chanting and invoking the kata and blessing the statues to sell to other Thai Merchants for making Bucha to.Nang Supawadee then received her new and more commonly know name, due to her sitting and waving position in the new statue form “Nang Kwak” (waving lady – Kwak means to wave and beckon with the hand). 
Kroo Ba Krissana Intawano
The objectives of Kruba Krissana Intawanoh’s 2556 BE Kammathana edition, include using the funds to donate to the commemoration of religious holy places and temples, in and around Buriram. And to produce interest and build practice, in the Buddha Dhamma.
Pra Somdej Nang Paya & Nang Kwak
The sacred Muan Sarn Earthen powders, were amassed together for the great Puttapisek ceremony and under masterful eyes to ensure that the ritual followed exactly as prescribed by ancient Wicha knowledge.

Rare and Exclusive Lockets from Ajarn Perm Prai Dam in Store

Thailand Amulets’ store has some of the rarest and most exclusive lockets made and blessed by the famous laymaster Ajarn Perm Prai Dam. The various lockets have a very strong prai magic nature due to the extremely rich and potent prai ingredients used for the making of the sacred muan sarn mixture. Magic herbs, flowers, and sacred powders are also included in Ajarn Perm’s lockets. Some of the lockets are immersed in powerful prai oil, and have takrut foils along with various animist charms (in koo, gecko charms, palad khik, etc.) inserted to the rear face of the locket. Furthermore, Ajarn Perm performed hand inscriptions on several kinds of lockets he made.

Rare and Exclusive Lockets from Ajarn Perm Prai Dam in Store

These rare and sacred items have received extensive empowerments by Ajarn Perm. He thus consecrated the lockets with metta mahaniyom, maha sanaeh, and khaa khaay powers, which make them powerful amulets for attraction, romantic seduction, and success in business. Moreover, Ajarn Perm’s lockets can help to increase lucky fortunes through gambling and lottery wins. This is because most of his lockets are empowered by invoking a certain prai deva which serves to fulfill the desires of its worshipper.

Ajarn Perm Prai Dam

Among the lockets of Ajarn Perm Prai Dam are: Mae Nang Prai Tip Suwan (Pasanee maiden in prai oil with gecko charm, hand inscription, 2 takrut, and Dork Tong powders); Paya Leungk Tong Mia Mak (with Paya Khao Kam immersed in red cockerel prai oil); Kamataep locket (Deva of Love immersed in prai oil + In Koo and two silver takrut Maha Sanaeh); Prai Nam (Water Sylph Queen in Dork Tong and Gai Daeng prai oil + two takrut and sacred powders); Khun Chang Um Nang Pasanee (Khun Phaen’s competition seducing a nang prai sylph maiden with Wan Dork Tong prai oil, a lingam and four takrut); and many more…

To view the various kinds of amulets and lockets made by Ajarn Perm Prai Dam, click here.

Alternatively, you can view all lockets in our store here.


Paya Wan Jakkajan Taep Rae Rai: Sacred Cordyceps Cicada with Inscriptions by Ajarn Pleng + Blessings by Luang Por Prohm & the Khao Or Masters

The Paya Wan Jakkajan, otherwise known as the ‘Taep Rae Rai’ (Deva of the Farm Fields), is a sacred cordyceps cicada, which is transformed into a symbiosis of an insect and a plant.

It is ancient belief in Thailand, that the one who possesses the Taep Rae Rai Paya Wan Jakajan, will be able to attract wealth and possessions with incredible ease, have great luck increase, and attracts promotion in the professional and social status. A perfect cashflow is constantly available.

Fame and fortune come easily, friends flock to the owner of the Paya Wan Jakkajan. The Wan Jakajan is even known by science to have healing properties, which is also part of its magical effect on the person who carries it, to help maintain health.

sacred cicada

Bosses don’t complain, or punish so much; those who were unfriendly become firendly and helpful, and those who already greeted shyly, become very friendly and kind companions.

Paya Wan Jakkajan Taep Rae Rai

The amulet is inscribed and empowered firstly by the great still living lay master of Khao Or Sorcery; Ajarn Pleng, at Wat Ban Suan.

cicada talisman in the hand

The amulets were then empowered again in the uposadha shrine room and the Khao Or Cave, with Luang Por Prohm and other guru masters of the Southern Academy of Sorcery to perform blessings and empowerment.

Ajarn Pleng

Kata Taep Rae Rai Wan Jakajan (chant 3 times)

Chaanang Dtigkhadti Chaanang Dtigkhadti

Dtikkatammang Adtagang

Mala Chaadtrii Potiyaa Sadtang Tammang

Mano Tammang Suwabpo Dtago Ayang Raachaa

Wanna Wannaa Mahab-Palaa

Saarigaanang Ragkhandtu Mahosadt-tho

Suwabpodtago Bpiyang Ma Ma

Niam Mi-A-Khao Maa

Charadtang Omma Guu Ja Saadtaa I-See

Gor Laeg Yor Yerm

Na Mo Dtassa Pia Wia Aehi Ma Ma

Puttang Ragkhajidtang Aehi Ragkhajidtang

Tammang Ragkhajidtang Aehi Ragkhajidtang

Sangkang Ragkhajidtang Aehi Ragkhajidtang

LP Prohm empowers amulets with the Khao Or Masters

View this amulet in our store here: Paya Wan Jakkajan Taep Rae Rai: Sacred Cordyceps Cicada with Inscriptions by Ajarn Pleng + Blessings by Luang Por Prohm & the Khao Or Masters

Luang Por Supoj bucha image

This bucha statue features Luang Por Supoj sitting on a two headed tiger. The base of the statue is filled with various sacred items to increase the magic power. An amulet with the face of a tiger is inserted, which lends maha amnaj power, so that people are afraid to take you on as their enemy, and thus they won’t attack you. Then, there are two takrut Pokasap in the base for choke lap to attract riches and treasures.

Base of Luang Por Supoj's bucha statue

The base contains also a small bottle of sacred herbs (‘pong wan chiang mak rian pokasap’) along with a Thai Baht coin with the King’s face on it. The bottle of sacred herbs has some hairs of Luang Por Supoj, and a tiny pice of his civara robe in it as well. These sacred ingredients are, of course, meant for auspicious luck, and to prosper with a very good foundation of wealth.

Bucha statue of Luang Por Supoj

Below the image of Luang Por Supoj, a number code is stamped on the base, along with a series number between the two tigers.

Two headed tiger bucha statue of Luang Por Supoj

Luang Por Supoj is a very compassionate monk, whose powerful aura of metta is almost instantly noticible when you meet him. Moreover, his memory is excellent, and his mental control is extremely well organized. This also reflects in his strict adherence to the vinaya. Hence, Luang Por Supoj is considered to be an ‘Ariya Sangha’, which in his case means that he is a correctly practising bhikkhu, who is worthy of reverence.

Luang Por Supoj bucha statue

The bucha statue is made for the looksit of Luang Por Supoj, who himself is a looksit of Luang Phu Sim, a direct looksit of the famous Pra Ajarn Mun Bhuridatto. Luang Por Supoj stayed with Sim to learn how to practice Ajarn Mun’s authentic style of Kammathana Vipassana practice. They went on tudong in the forest for many years. Later, Luang Por Supoj continued travelling on tudong on his own, to practice as hard as he could, in order to remove the kilesas. During his many years of tudong travels, Luang Por Supoj met many other great kroo ba ajarns with whom he studied Dhamma Vipassana, and, of course, Buddha magic.

Bucha statue of Luang Por Supoj sitting on a two headed tiger

View this statue in our store here: Bucha Statue of Luang Por Supoj Sitting on a Two Headed Tiger


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

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)


Mae Nang Dork Mai Flower Fairy Deva Locket, with double Takrut Hua Jai Maha Saneh, and a phial of concentrated ultra rare 'Nam Man Chamot'(civet oil) Sanaeh, and amulet embedded in rear face.

The Mae Nang Dork Mai, or ;Flower Fairy Deva’ locket has a double takrut Hua Jai Maha Saneh, a phial of concentrated ultra rare ‘nam man chamot sanaeh’ (civet oil), and an amulet embedded in the rear face.

Mae Nang Dork Mai Flower Fairy Deva Locket

The Mae Nang Prai Deva is a nature spirit flower fairy image representing the Nang Prai Fairy Enchantres, who is inclined to enjoy the pleasures of seduction, particularly those of flirting, teasing and charming. The powers of attraction can be used both in the personal and professional areas in life. Hence, corporate spying is a cinch with this amulet.

2 takrut maha sanaeh and a phal of civet oil are inserted ino the rear face

The Nang Dork Mai Prai Deva is a powerful attraction magic spirit who dwells within the fertility aspect of all flowering vegetation. Its spirit is the magical force of attraction, which causes all fertility instincts – from the pollen to the bee – to be attracted. The hummingbird, butterfly, and even humans will be enchanted by the magic of a flower in bloom.

Her powers are invoked within the sacred Prai Maha Sanaeh Laluay powders, which are formed into an enchantment locket. The magic power of this amulet is further enhanced with a bottle of prai oil from the rare glandular secretions of a civet cat, which is inserted into the sacred prai powder base.

Nang Dork Mai Deva Locket in the hanf=d for size comparison

This amulet is recommended for all sexes, regardless if that person is either hetero or gay. The locket can be used for improvement of one’s love affair(s). Yet the seductive character of the Flower Fairy Deva also works very well for success in business and commerce. Moreover, as a powerful attraction charm, wearing this amulet can lead to gaining access to higher levels of social and professional status.


Kata for all Ajarn Perm Prai Dam’s maha sanaeh lockets

The special kata for this locket as given by A.C. Perm for correct activation of this amulet is available within the files tab of your account page here after successful purchase of the amulet. It is an MP3 file with correct pronunciation for chanting demonstrated by Ajarn Spencer Littlewood, with fast and slow versions. The kata is also written as a PDF-text file download to assist in pronouncing as you listen; simply go to your acount, log in and visit the downloads tab to get this kata tutorial.

Nang Prai, Phii Thai – Thai ghosts and devas

Kata and bucha method for Hun Payont, Mae Nang Prai, and Mae Takian deities

List of kata chants – Metta maha niyom/maha sanaeh


View this amulet in our store here: Mae Nang Prai Nang Dork Mai Locket (‘Flower Fairy Deva’) – Ongk Kroo Model – Ajarn Perm


Look Krok Prai Perm Sap – 5 x 2.5. x 2 inch necromantic bucha statue – ‘Bucha Kroo Traimas’ Edition 2555 BE – Pra Ajarn Somchart Bparimudto.

Look krok prai perm sap is made for increasing wealth and treasured possessions, gambling and flourishing commerce. These sacred powder amulets and bucha images took the world of kumarn tong collectors and devotees by storm in 2012, and were received with great popularity.

The look krok is made from a very highly concentrated muan sarn composed of prai oils, bone powders and funeral ashes, sorcerous earths and magical herbal ingredients.

108 cemeteries have provided 108 sources of sorcerous powders with nine kumarn from nine provinces who were nine years old. Earths from the traditional necromantic wicha were of course also included such as seven earths from seven ports, seven salt licks, and earth from the sump of the funeral pyre with the fats of the corpse.

The most powerful herbal prai ingredients were ground up and added including wan kumarn tong, wan sanaeh jantr, and the rare and powerful gambler’s favorite magical herb wan udom choke.

Use for beseeching luck in lottery, commerce and sales, metta from superiors, success, love and attraction to watch over and protect the household, gambling and most other wishes.

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.

Blessing of the look krok

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.

Next, the ‘Piti Buang Suang Plii Phaa Hor Rang Prai’ was performed. 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.

The look krok amulets, bucha images and pha yant cloths were then made 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 during the rainy retreats where the monks stay in their temples and spend the nights practicing and empowering their amulets).

A final empowerment was given to the whole edition, before they were released to leave the temple for distribution. The look krok recieved a final individual blessing with hand inscription from Pra Ajarn Somchart.

Pra Ajarn Somchart’s look krok bucha statues and prai look krok powder amulets of this edition are now approaching the status of legendary, and received massive interest from foreign shores such as Malaysia, Taiwan and Singapore.

The head of the look krok has some prai oil and wax with a piece of bone inserted.

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 seven or nine 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 read all of the information 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, maha sanaeh, metta mahaniyom, fao ban ruean

Material: Prai powders, necromantic earths, oils, bone

Recommended Uses: Luck in lottery, commerce and sales, shop guardian, metta from superiors, success, love and attraction, to watch over and protect the household, gambling, lottery

Number of Amulets Made: 999

Edition: Bucha Kroo Traimas edition



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




Thailand Amulets is proud to be able to offer some of the rare and especially sought after Gammagarn series of ‘Lucky Treasure Bee’ amulets, which went completely unannounced, and were secretly handed out to sponsors at the ceremony of the ‘Serp Dtamnan Luang Phu Noi’ edition amulets by Luang Por Jerd, of Suan Badibat Tam Po Sethee, in Nakorn Pathom.

The Paya Dto Ngern Larn amulets were released in two different ‘pim’, namely a gold colored powder version (Nuea Wan Tong Pised – ‘Pim A’ with 28 takrut) and a black powder version (Pong Bai Larn – ‘Pim B’ with 16 takrut). Both versions feature a treasure bee on the front face, with a Pra Pidta image on its back, and a piece of gold leaf on it. The front face of the Nuea Wan Tong Pised (‘Pim A’) has 28 takrut ‘Pra Putta Jao Sip Hok Pra Ongk’ spells inserted, whereas the Pong Bai Larn (‘Pim B’) has 16 foil takrut spells with the 16 syllables of the yant ‘Pra Putta Jao 16 Pra Ongk’ (16 Buddhas Yant).

The sacred powder used for this Gammagarn version, is a concentrated rich mixture of the finest and most sacred herbal powders. The powders are also empowered with powdered blessed bees nest (a sorcerous ingredient which has the maha lap effect of increasing wealth treasures and lucky fortunes).

The rear face of both two versions of the Paya Dto Ngern Larn amulet features a series of sacred na maha lap, maha pokasap, and maha laluay and kata Pra Sivali (‘Na Chaa Lii Dti’), to bring great wealth and prosperity, treasures and prosperous business. This series of amulets was released in 2555 BE in a large and very special edition of some of the finest amulets and bucha statues to grace our store. The edition included lockets, Pra Pid Ta amulets, and wua tanu/kwai tanu amulets and bucha statues.

The two different pims of the Paya Dto Ngern Larn treasure bee amulet are a special ceremony distribution item, which do not exist in the rest of the series of amulets, except in the special top of range triple collector set, which featured some Pidta amulets in the same special herbal Puttakun powder. Pra Pid Ta is thus also an aspect of bucha when praying to this amulet, and increases the maha lap aspect of the magic, whereas the treasure bee increases the maha pokasap aspect.

Comes with original felt lined box from the temple. Can be encased if desired.

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) at the temple of Suan Badibat Tam Po Sethee sitting on a pair of gold and silver treasure bees as his throne, so as to instigate prosperous fortunes for the poor locals to improve their situation.

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

Luang Por Jerd is gaining headway in Thailand as one of the best practitioners of the Buddhist vinaya, and is entering the halls of fame of the high Arya Sangha. We can expect the history books to record Luang Por Jerd as one of Thailand’s great Arya Sangha of this century. As is always the case, the true great monks of purity are usually famous after their passing more than during their lives, for they do not seek attention.

Despite the fact that Luang Por Jerd is a humble monk, his humility and diligent practice and merits have elevated him to become one of Thailand’s Most respected monks on a national Scale, and one of the top 4 monks of the Nakorn Pathom Province (along with Luang Por Sanya Kong of Wat Klang Bang Gaew, Luang Phu Yaem of Wat Sam Ngam, and Luang Phu Ap, of Wat Tong Sai). We should perhaps say five great monks of Nakorn Pathom, as the abbot of Wat Pai Lorm, Luang Pi Nam Fon is producing fine Buddhist amulets in the wake of his mentor, Luang Por Poon.

The base of amulet has code stamp and edition number code

Useful info for bucha:

For bucha, use Buddhist prayers to increase power, with any or all of the below kata.

All kata for amulets should begin with chanting of the Maha Namasakara (‘Namo Tassa’) 3 times first, before beginning any other incantations.

Maha Namasakara – How to Chant ‘Namo Tassa

Psalm to the Triple Gem    Kata ’Aaratanaa Pra Krueang

Pratītyasamutpāda – Chant of ‘Dependent Origination

Chinabanchara Kata (‘Chinabanchorn’) of Somdej Dto Prohmrangsri (Wat Rakang Kositaram)

Kata Pra Putta Jao Haa Pra Ongk (‘Na Mo Put Taa Ya’)

Buddhist Morning Prayer Chanting

Buddhist Evening Prayer Chanting

Maker: Luang Por Jerd , Suan Badibat Tam Po Sethee temple (Nakorn Pathom)

Magical Effects: Maha lap, siang choke, serm duang, klaew klaad, maha pokasap, kaa khaay

Material: Herbal Puttakun powders from blessed bees nests, gold leaf takrut

Recommended Uses: Rid oneself of debts and financial obstacles, gain economical headway, increase prosperity and well-being, gambling, treasured possessions, healthy commerce

Number of Amulets Made: Unknown (very few handed out at ceremony)

Edition: ‘Serb San Dtamnan Luang Por Noi’ 2555 BE





The Takrut Maha Jone was empowered using the dark arts sorcery for which Ajarn Waet’s necromantic amulets have come to be so respected for, and this time, with no strings attached, no punches pulled power, resulting in an amulet that at first hearing, sounds like not only the good, but also the bad, and the ugly can use . In truth, Ajarn Waet has empowered the takrut with the name ‘Kon Dee Chai Dai, Kon Lew Chai Dee’, which although sounds as if it means, ‘good people can use, bad people can use well’, actually means ‘good people will benefit well from using the takrut, and bad people, will become good if they use it’. This is of course a form of Wicha Jone Glab Jai (‘Change the Heart of a Criminal’).

8 Cm Long x 1.5 Cm Diameter

This takrut with such an imposing name is thus ironically imbued with the power to change the heart, and is therefore also highly recommendable for any person who wishes to improve him or herself, and the way one lives one’s life.

It also means, the takrut will work whatever the case, be your intentions good or bad, or be it for something within or outside of the five Buddhist precepts. But, Ajarn Waet warns, the takrut spell carries a curse with it, that says: “He who uses it for good purposes, will encounter nothing but good luck and prosperity, happiness, health and long life, but he who uses it for evil purposes, will be cursed to die and live on as a hoeng prai ghost in the next life”. The name of this takrut is thus slightly deceptive, for it does not help the evil bandit, but perhaps, the Robin Hood, who returns what was stolen, or the Good Samaritan, who fights for the weak who cannot defend themself.

The takrut applies a wicha that requires a very meticulous series of inscriptions, incantations and meditative empowerment methods which must be simultaneously applied during the creation of the yantra, the inscription of the Agkhara lettering, and the rolling of the takrut into the scroll form. Pra Ajarn Waet charged the takrut with further power by binding them with cords and boiling them in prai oils, finally sealing them with black lacquer coating.

Perhaps the most tiring aspect of the making of this difficult takrut with the master wicha of the ‘Gangster Takrut‘, is the fact  that the takrut must be empowered many times each day, beginning with before dawn, at dawn, afternoon, evening, midnight, and in the early hours. This forces the practitioner to remain awake most of the day with only small naps between the nocturnal empowerment sessions, if any at all.

Eight types of magic are invoked within the amulet:

(1) kong grapan; (2) klaew klaad; (3) maha ud; (4) maha sanaeh; (5) metta; (6) mahaniyom; (7) maha laluay; and (8) maha lap.

Ajarn Waet invoked the Hua Jai Maha Jone (‘Heart Mantra of the Great Bandit’) within this takrut; first and foremost imbuing them with maha ud and kong grapan power, and then with the maha laluay spell, and the Hua Jai Maha Jone which is the metta of the bandit who is never able to be incriminated by his persecutors, and always favored by the folk as a hero. He meets with friendly reception wherever he goes. His luck at gambling is that of the master gambler. His charm with the ladies is that of the suave villain and smooth talker; smooth talking in business and convincing power to get what one asks for is also a quality of the Wicha Maha Jone.

Kata Bucha ‘Takrut Maha Jone’

Gan Ha Nae Ha Na Ga A Bi Hu Luu Swaa Ha.

Chant 3 times.

Useful info for bucha:

For bucha, use Buddhist prayers to increase power, with any or all of the below kata.

All kata for amulets should begin with chanting of the Maha Namasakara (‘Namo Tassa’) 3 times first, before beginning any other incantations.

Maha Namasakara – How to Chant ‘Namo Tassa

Psalm to the Triple Gem    Kata ‘Aaratanaa Pra Krueang

Pratītyasamutpāda – Chant of ‘Dependent Origination

Chinabanchara Kata (‘Chinabanchorn’) of Somdej Dto Prohmrangsri (Wat Rakang Kositaram)

Kata Pra Putta Jao Haa Pra Ongk (‘Na Mo Put Taa Ya’)

Buddhist Morning Prayer Chanting

Buddhist Evening Prayer Chanting

Maker: Pra Ajarn Waet Surint

Magical Effects: Kong grapan, klaew klaad, maha ud, maha sanaeh, metta, mahaniyom, maha laluay, maha lap

Material: Leaden takrut foil, magical cord binding, prai oils, lacquer

Recommended Uses: Protection, prosperity, mercy, charm, evasion, popularity, convincing speech

Number of Amulets Made: Unknown

Edition:Wai Kroo 2555 BE

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




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



Ultra rare coin from deceased master, Luang Phu Ka Long of Wat Khao Laem, dating back to 2547 BE. All editions after 2549 BE were also immensely collected, but those editions before this date are almost impossible to find.

We are thus happy to have found this example to present for collectors and devotees of Luang Phu, the mysterious monk with the crystal tooth in the roof of his mouth, whose blessings would involve him always touching the crystal to induce power.

Luang Phu Ka Long is now a legend all over the world, and his amulets are the most collected of all masters of the last decade. A top class collector standard guru monk coin for the serious collector.

The rear face features Pra Narai (Vishnu) incarnate as the god Rama stood upon the Rachasri himapant lions.

The front face features the image of Luang Phu Ka Long, and the year of issue, with sacred Khom Agkhara inscriptions embossed.

Made from nava loha (9 sacred metals), the amulet is an extreme rarity, and highly valued by devotee and collector alike.


Maker: Luang Phu Ka Long Khiaw Gaew

Magical Effects: Metta mahaniyom, maha lap, kong grapan, klaew klaad, serm duang

Material: Nine sacred metals as alchemical alloy

Recommended Uses: Improve karma, protection, evade dangers, increase prosperity and mercy

Number of Amulets Made: 999

Edition: Wai Kroo 2547 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

Kumarn Gaem Bum Hua Hlaem (‘Pointy Head Protruding Cheek Bones Kumarn‘), by Luang Ta Chuan of Wat Khwang.

Now those who enjoyed the benefits of bucha to the famous kumarn tong ‘gaem bum’ loi onk mini statuettes of Luang Ta Chuan, can rejoice that we have a bucha size special ongk kroo kumarn tong statue for his devotees to bucha.

Luang Ta Chuan is renowned for empowering kumarn tong in a way that is like no other, and those who worship his kumarn swear that any thieves or burglars are always thwarted, and that business runs well and smoothly, and regular windfalls arrive. Luang Ta performed the essential invocations of the four elements and the 32 parts of a living being, before calling the prai spirit of the kumarn tong ‘hua hlaem gaem bum’ to inhabit and reside within the amulets. Luang Ta’s method is very different in the sense that he lays down in a coffin to perform the incantations within the Meru building in the temple of Wat Khwang.

899 statues were made in this edition

The kumarn ‘gaem bum’ was empowered with incantations with Luang Ta inside a coffin placed within the Meru cremation building. As Luang Ta performed the incantations, all the lights in the temple grounds went out.

The rear side of the kumarn has Luang Ta’s inscription of the yant ‘ta rit reng lap’, which is the eye of power to speed up lucky fortunes.

The kumarn tong ‘gaem bum’ is a result of the devotees of Luang Ta Chuan begging him to make another edition after the immense success of his kumarn tong ‘pha daeng’ amulets (kumarn tong with red clothes), where many people won lotteries with after revering the amulet. The bucha statue is the result of the looksit repeatedly beseeching Luang Ta Chuan to make something special to guard over and bring prosperity to homes and shops of the devotees. A larger image for bucha on the altar was highly needed, for the kumarn ‘gaem bum’ has become a favorite of Thai kumarn tong devotees, as popular as the wicha of Luang Ta Chuan himself.

Luang Ta is a master sorceror monk, whose choke lap and maha lap amulets are of the most effective to be found, for example his rian ‘Laekhasart’ lottery coins, and ‘ngern pling’ Laoatian monetary unit amulets which have brought so much success and prosperity to many a merchant and gambler.

The base is empowered with sacred powders, and a bottle of prai kumarn powders sealed with a sacred yantra spell on red cloth.

Luang Ta says that he had to master the kammathana realizations of asubha kammathaan, and the kumara sadti meditative skill. He had to develop the consciousness of the death state to be able to bcontact and invite the dead spirits of prai and kumarn tong devas to dwell within his amulets. It is necessary to attain arupha jhana and extinguish all sense of taste, smell sound and touch, in order to tune in to the devas of the realms of the dead.

His wicha kumarn tong is varied with mastery of various kinds of kumarn, such as the kumarn tong ‘pha daeng’ (‘red clothes’), and the kumarn ‘gaem bum’ (‘puffy cheeks kumarn‘). The large number of devotees who have taken one of his kumarn for bucha and had lucky lottery wins was so great that the kumarn ‘gaem bum’ and his other kumarn have all become as popular and believed in as his other famous lottery effective amulets (ngern pling and the rian ‘Laekhasart’ amulets)

The kumarn ‘gaem bum’ bucha statue has a pointy head and bulging cheeks, and holds a sack of treasure and gold. He is bound with the ‘phaa saam see’ tricolor magical ribbons. Many people believe the bucha image to have considerably more power than the small loi ongk, for the results seen till now, which is saying something, because the loi ongk has already received legendary status since its issue.

Luang Ta has inscribed a sacred unalome upon the forehead of the kumarn to power you out of instability into stable forward moving prosperity. The base of the kumarn is filled with sacred powders and has a code stamped takrut foil and a small glass phial filled with sacred prai powders. The powders within the phial are pure authentic prai kumarn powders.

Because of his attainment of these abilities, he performs the successful empowerment of kumarn tong with such ease as to make other master appear unskilled, which is in fact not the case, simply that Luang Ta is one of the world’s top expert masters of this wicha, it is simply in his nature. The kumarn tong ‘hua hlaem jao sap gaem bpum’ carries a money bag, and is empowered to assure increase monetary income with the sacred yant ‘ta rit reng lap’ (yant of the eye of power to speed luck and wealth), to make the kumarn prevent you from running out of money and to attract income wherever you go. Luang Ta performed incantations on the statues and amulets, within the cremation chamber of the Meru building for a period of 7 days, and allowed the same number of angelic devas who arrived to assist to also enter the kumarn tong and accompany the amulets as an extra guiding force and protector.

How to Worship the Kuman Tong

Kata Kuman Tong

The statues were also made as loi ongk portable amulets, in nuea loha rom dam of which 3352 were made, and  in nuea dtakua dee buk (ancient lead) of which only 1352 takrut were made.

Below – Luang Ta Chan’s famous lottery winning amulet – Rian ‘Laekhasart Hai Huay’

Luang Ta Chuan is very famous because of his amazing ability to give accurate lottery numbers. His famous rian ‘hai huay’ lottery wishing coin amulet has had success with several devotees winning lotteries. Many of his amulets have reached international fame including the Sivalingk see nang lorm ‘palad khik’ type maha sanaeh amulet which features a metal Shiva lingam encircled by 4 naked maidens. 

Can be encased in waterproof casing if wished.

Kata bucha Kumarn Tong Gaem Bum

Kumarn Tong Amrit Pichit Chay Pichit Choke Poke Phon Mont Chana Aehi Chaiyya Mahaa Laapa Mahaa Laapang Jid-dti Jid-dtang Bpiyang Ma-Ma

Offer sweetmeats, drinks and fruits and trinkets, light five sticks of incense outside for informing the local spirits and ruling devas, then light three sticks to inform the Buddha in the home, of the arrival of the kumarn.

Use nine sticks to pray to the kumarn.

กุมาร ทอง อมฤทธิ์ พิชิตชัย พิชิตโชค โภคผล มนต์ชนะ เอหิชัยโย เอหิชัยยะ มหาลาภะ มหาลาภัง จิตติ จิตตัง ปิยังมะมะ

After bucha then pray, and ask the kumarn to fulfill your wish.

The kumarn can be placed on your own altar, but is also popularly placed on a pan kroo tray, for respectable bucha.

The pan kroo in the right size for this bucha (5.5 inches diameter), is available as additional option if you choose, in silver or golden colors.


Maker: Luang Ta Chuan, Wat Khwang Temple, Supannburi.

Magical Effects: Maha pokasap, kaa khaay, maha lap, metta mahaniyom, maha sanaeh

Material: Prai powders, herbs, bone powder, prai oils

Recommended Uses: Improve success in commerce and profession, attract customers, protect household and business premises, ask for lottery wins, family happiness

Number of Amulets Made: 899

Edition: Dtraimas 2554 BE edition