Yant Paed Tidt 8 directional Yantra (Version ). This Yant is representative of the 8 directions of the Universe and has a kata to protect you in each direction you may travel in. Anyone interested in learning to make Yant magic and Kata spells (plus wishing to receive blessings) should practise this kata as often as possible . I RA CHA KA THA RA SAA (chant when travelling to the east – also chant and blow into your food for protection against illness/danger) THI HANG JA THOE ROE THI NANG (chant when travelling Southeast) BI SAM RA LOE BU SATH PUT (chant when travelling south ) SOE MAA NA GA RI TAA TOE (chant when travelling Southwest) PA SAM SAM WI SA TAE PA (chant when travelling West) KA PUT BAN TUU TAM WA KA (chant when travelling Northwest) WAA TOE NOE A MA MA WAA (chant when travelling North) A WICH SU NUCH SAA NU THI (chant when travelling Northeast) Heart of Ithibisoe Mantra (Kata) is; A SANG WI SU LOE BU SA PU PA here is the analysis of how it is related to Idtibisoe; A – means Arahang Sam – means Sammaa Samputtoe Wich – means Wichaa Jarana Sambanoe Su – means Sukathoe Loe – means Loekawituu Anutharoe Bu – means Burisa Tamma Saarati Sa – means Sattaa Taewa Manussanang Pu – means Puttoe Pa – means Pakawaathi

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