1st Edition Hun Payont in Sacred Herbal Powders - Por Tan Kloi - blessed in Holy Cave at Khao Or
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This now both rare and famous first edition Hun Payont Ghost Soldier effigy was made in the Holy Cave Samnak Sila Khao Or of the famous Khao Or magical lineage. It was given a very ancient and authentic 'oil boiling ceremony' (Piti Hung Hun Payont' and empowerment, in the Sacred Cave. The PT Kloi Hun Paypmt is now into its fourth or fifth edition after the 'Hmeun yant edition. This first edition is now the most sought after of all editions (of course).
Khao Or is the Major Lineage of powerful Magic of Thailand and is famous all around the world for its most powerful Wicha and serious practitioners of Magic.
The Hun Payont were made in two editions of 'Loi Ongk' mini statuettes and a small Bucha statue. The statuettes were made in three different materials; Nuea Pong Wan (sacred Herb and tree and Flower powders, with Necromantic Earths and Ashes), Nuea Athaan and Nuea Nava Loha.
Long before the Buddhist Faith was established in what is now the Kingdom of Thailand, there were already many beliefs and practices, many of them being occult, shamanistic or animist. There were Ruesi Sages, Brahman magic makers and every kind of Hmor Phii' (witch doctor) you can think of. The Kingdom was known for its extremely wide range of powerful Magic Spells, and one of these was the Hun Payont effigy.
The Hun Payont was blessed in the 'Tham Khao Or' (sacred cave used by the Masters of Wat Khao Or), with Por Tan Kloi, and, Luang Por Iad of Wat Koke Yaem, Por Tan Hwian of Wat Pikul Tong, Por Tan Prohm of Wat Ban Suan, Por Tan Utay of Wat Don Sala, Por Tan Ron of Wat Hua Hmorn, Ajarn Seed of Wat Pah Moke, Ajarn Prasut of Wat Nai Tao, and Por Tan Hong, Abbot of Wat Khao Or temple. The Hun Payont effigy protects the wearer from all dangers.
In the Puttapisek Ceremony, they made some Hniaw Pon and Hniaw Dam to eat sesame oil, which was performed by Brahman Master of Ceremonies Ajarn Plien, great Brahman magic maker of Khao Or.
The Monks of Khao Or temple then chanted and empowered the Tagrud amulets which were to be used for the arms and legs of the Hun Payont effigies. In ancient times, the Hun Payont was used as an extra soldier to help fight battles with, and is a ghostly accomplice to stand by your side and help you win all of your struggles and challenges.
The Dta Ba Khaw effigies with red clothes are for protection - por Tan Klai empowered the red Hun Payont with mind waves to hypnotize the enemy into seeing you in an illusory manner, for exmaple, seeing you coming with many companions instead of alone, or seeing you looking larger or fiercer.
The Dta Ba Khaw effigies with white clothes, were empowered with mind waves to increse your sales power and business success. Easy attraction of customers, and will generate friendliness towards the wearer.
The Muan Sarn for the Hun Payont included Sacred Rare flowers, herbs and Deva Inhabited tree woods for the sacred Powder models.
For the metal versions; smelted pieces of old Hun Payont from Luang Por Sangar, 108 metal Yantra from Por Tan Kloi, Yantra from many Gaeji Ajarn of the Khao Or tradition,and many sacred metals from important magical amulets, places and objects.
The Hun Payont have sacred Yant within them, with the the Kata 'Hnun Taat See' (invoke the four elements, which is the first base of invoking a living entity into an effigy).
With the metal versions, the 'Hua Jai Dta Ba Khaw spell was invoked to instill the heart of the Dta Ba Khaw entity within the effigy using red and white daay mongkol corde in the clockwise direction to wind the heart inside the chest to the left side. The powder versions were painted using this clockwise direction too, as the Invocations were performed.
The Hun Payont of olden days made from straw, are given trousers that have seven strips around the waist, meaning 'Sang Wi Taa Bu Ga Ya Ba' (7 Syllable Kata of the Abhidhamma).
Then the effigies were boiled and soaked in sacred oils with seven kinds of 'Bai Mai Mai Roo Norn' (leafs that knows no sleep); Bai Dtan, Bai Lan, Bai Khanun, Bai Koon Bai Payung Bai Rak, Bai Jantr.