Khun Phaen Nuea Horm Yang Naree Marum Pha Aathan (‘Prai Deva Amulet with 5 Takrut, Holy Wood & Bone Carving’) – Luang Phu Ya Kroo Noi Akkajidto, Wat Po Chai, 2555 BE.
Luang Phu Ya kroo Noi (Sri Taat) has made these pra khun phaen nuea horm (perfumed khun phaen) maha sanaeh charms, using one of the rarest ingredients to be found, and so difficult to encounter, of a Tree Deva, that it is the stuff of legend.
Luang Phu never encountered a deva inhabited tree of this variety in all his wanderings through the forests of Thailand, and had never come across the sacred substance extracted and used for this wicha either. Until, as he was wandering on solitary tudong practice in the forests of Laos, he discovered a tree, and found it to be the long sought after nang prai deva inhabited Marum tree he had dreamed of discovering.
The sap of this tree is imbued with the spiritual force of the nang prai deva being within the tree, for the sap is as the blood is to our bodies.
In addition to this sacred substance, a mass of Luang Phu’s most sacred and powerful herbal and prai powders were used to make the muan sarn, as well as insertion of magic spells and ingredients in the rear face of the amulet to boost the power and give true magical force to the spirits within the amulet, enabling them to work their magic.
The rear face has five takrut spells inserted, with sacred woods, flowers and bone piece
Size: 3 cm x 3 cm
The muan sarn used for these amulets were a concoction prepared from sacred ingredients which Luang Phu has been gathering for over twenty years:
Jantr Horm wood, Thumpii Dam wood, kala ta diaw (one eye coconut powders), kala mai mee ta (no eyed coconut powders), Plai Dam herb, Red Ga Fak wood, Maprang Heng Jia (Monkey God tree), wan nang paya nakarach (naga lady herb), wan khun phaen sakot tap, wan poeng, sark graber mae hmaay (widows pestle). Mai kheuy dtaay, kluay dtanii awk plee dtorn klang gor, mai takian tong, mai yom dtaay prai, sanaeh jantr phak sian phii.
Wan chang phasom khloeng, wan ngern hlai maa, wan sethee ruean nai, ga fak rak sorn (flowers of a ga fak and rak sorn tree that were entwined), ga fak ga hlong, ga fak mayom, ga fak madan, ga fak khanun, ga fak yor, ga fak marum, ga fak koon, yord pong din jet pha cha (seven cemetery earths from famously magical cemeteries), yord din rang jet jorm pluak (earths from seven giant termite mounds), din poeng aathan (earth from a magical swamp).
Funeral ashes and bone powders of a phii prai dtaay hoeng ghost, and a phii dtaay tang glom ashes of a prai kumarn. All of these muan sarn ingredients were ground down into one powder, and was empowered with incantations to invoke it to become prai powder.
The rear face of the amulets have five takrut maha sanaeh with invocations of the heart mantras of the following five powerful wicha: (1) takrut sariga bon hyuea; (2) takrut khun phaen nang lorm; (3) takrut dtanha prajantr; (4) takrut taewada hlong hong; and (5) takrut dood jidt na khao maha sanaeh.
The muan sarn also contains a rare piece of the sacred Marum tree wood sap resin which Luang Phu found in Laos. Some ‘Dork Sivalink’ (Shiva lingam flower for the male sexual energy), some wan dork tong from the Kwai Mountain (a once a year single flowered bloom that is so rare, representing the female sexual energy), and a piece of prai ghost bone of the phii dtaay tang glom (kumarn and mother), are also inserted for immense boosts in power. This is known to lend potency to the invocation of the ‘Akarn 32’ (thirty two aspects of a living being) and the ‘Hua Jai Taat See’ (four elements invocation). A piece of the holy salaeng ngaeng root from the sacred plant on the top of the holy Mount Kwai, is also inserted.
Being a prai spirit amulet, one must take the necessary precautions to perform the preliminary invitations into the household, and to inform the local spirits and devas of the arrival of the prai deva spirit amulet.
When making offerings, give make-up, perfume, lipstick, fruits and spicy food, water, sweet drinks, incense and flowers.
The method of bucha used for prai amulets and kumarn tong, is similar to that used for most other prai spirit devas and amulets, be it mae hong prai, hun payont, kumarn dood rok, look krok, mae takian, mae prai of all kinds, mae tong soi, prai faed or similar. For this reason, and 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. Please read all pages on the below links.
Khun Phaen Nuea Horm is a wicha of the ‘Ba Cha Dta’ variety, which is a potent maha sanaeh attraction charm, powerful for Maha Sanaeh Magic. And both business and pleasure charming.
Maker: Luang Phu Ya Kroo Noi Akkajidto, Wat Po Chai
Magical Effects: Maha sanaeh, maha lap, siang choke, kaa khaay, metta mahaniyom, maha pokasap
Material: Sacred woods, magical herbs and powders, takrut, holy tree sap
Recommended Uses: Seduction, commerce, influential speech, gambling and lottery, protection, mercy, status and promotion
Number of Amulets Made: 999
Edition: Dtraimas 2555 BE edition