Extremely Rare Giant Size Lek Lai Tham Dtad Yen from Sacred Cave with Magical Incantations & Ceremony - Blessed by Khao Or Masters
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Lek Lai Tham Kaya Siddhi Adamantine Substance from the Khao Or Masters, blessed in the Holy Cave at Khao Or Mountain - Extremely Rare, this very large size piece is for placement on altar for Bucha purposes .
Pure and extremely highly rated Grade A, unusually Large Size piece of Lek Lai Tham, cut with Magical Fire Kasina Elemental Magic. Invoked with the Lersi Mind of the Kaya Siddhi Deva within the Lek Lai by Brahman Laymaster Ajarn Plien, and empowered by Luang Por Prohm, Pra Ajarn Iad (Wat Koe Yaem), and Por Tan Khai of Wat Lam Nao.
This piece is High Purity Sacred Kayasiddhi Adamantine Elemental, for increased Luck, Protection and enhanced Psychic Powers. This Lek Lai has been cut inside the Cave using Kasina Fire Elemental Magic and the Wicha Dtat Lek Lai according to proper Tradition.
This is is the only way to cut Lek Lai in a non industrial fashion, using only a candle and a knife, and the help of Kasina Meditation and Magical Incantation.
Lek Lai Tham Dtad Yen is the rarest and most preferred type of Lek Lai. It is said to be the most powerful and pure of all types of Lek Lai. Lek Lai Tham is a finer grade directly Lek Lai composed substance with no residual effects from impurities running through it, which weaken the more commonly found varieties, and is much more pure in essence than almost all other forms of Lek Lai, with a few of the rare exceptions.
This incredibly large size piece of Lek Lai was obtained through the Khao or Lineage, along with some One Eyed Coconuts, all blessed by Luang Phu Khai and Por Tan Prohm, plus the Laymaster Ajarn Plien (Wat Don Sala) of the Khao Or Southern Academy of Sorcery.
This is one of a handful of large pieces which were kindly passed to Ajarn Spencer to distribute, as he expressed his concern for the many people seeking Lek Lai, but who are finding it hard to find the real thing in Bucha size pieces. Large pieces such as this are not easy to come across, much less to get the owners to part with them, so we believe ourselves very lucky to be able to offer such items for Bucha.
Use for Bucha, Highly Empowered Meditation, Contact with the Ruesi, and developing Psychic Powers. as a Bucha object, can be prayed to as a Devotee to ask for Various Miracle Powers of Protection, Wealth Increase, Lottery and Gambling wins. Lek Lai is a kind of 'complete element' which can be found in mountain caves in the forests and jungles, and is able to run along the rifts and mountain crevices as it wishes.
It is derived from Brahma Beings from the 'Rupa Brahma' level. It takes various forms and appearances, and should have the element of iron as its main constituent. It will sometimes appear to have a slightly greenish or bluish tint to its blackness, and sometimes appear with multicolored particles on its surface.
Lek Lai is thus able to be found in forms that are even multicolored. It appears oily and shiny, and is able to enlarge itself or shrink. It is able to pass through solid surfaces and embed itself within an object (or person).
It can teleport (or be used to teleport with), and even be used to levitate and fly through the sky. In order to do this successfully, it must be done by a person who has the Wicha of calling Lek Lai, who must master a ceremony for contacting with Devas, 'Kon Tan' (Fairies*), Yaksa (Asura) or the Ruesi. When the Deities have agreed to help, the person with the Wicha can then perform the cutting of the Lek Lai.
As you can see, no industrial cutting or sawing of the exterior surface of this Lek Lai has been performed, showing its authenticity as cold cut (Dtad Yen) Sacred Magically extracted lek Lai, for which it is amongst the most highly sought after type of lek Lai of all, with the exception of the atomically volatile male and female pellets of live lek Lai.
This is to say, that Lek Lai is used both by devotees to pray to and beseech blessings, but that for Yogis, Meditators, Magicians and those who practice development of Psychic Powers, the Lek Lai is of Special Importance and Usefulness.
It is able to endow the Power of Elemental Control and of giving Special Spiritual Connections with the other side. It is a Kaya Siddhi elemental with a Resident Deva Mind within it's Adamantine surface, that has embedded itself within to remain and perform the Boddhisattva Vow to help Living beings.
The only reason we are truly able to provide such items, is due to the diligent searching and study put in to the search for Authentic Lek Lai undertaken by Ajarn Spencer, who donates a lot of time and effort into seeking out and testing the authenticity of the products we provide on our website
Both a very strong amulet for protection and wealth increase, as well as a very powerful magical tool for meditation, and magical practice. The Lek Lai has the power to heal illnesses, protect from deadly dangers and even attract great wealth and prosperity.
A favorite tool for Yogis, Ruesi and Meditators, the Lek Lai is a rare and essential substance which is revered as a Kaya Siddhi element with a Deva inhabiting it.
Its properties and miraculous powers are legendary both for their invincibility protective magic and the ability to increase luck and prosperity.
The subject of Lek Lai and all the different kinds in existence is one of the topics explained in Buddha Magic Issue 5
Size Approximately 7 x 6 x 5 Cm
Bucha method when Inviting Lek Lai into the Home
Light 12 Incense sticks, and inform the Local Deities and Ghosts about your intentions, and ask their blessing and to protect the household. Bai Sri cones, or, if not available, flower offerings. Honey offerings (one small glass can be placed to the side of the Lek Lai, you don’t have to immerse the Lek Lai in the honey). Perform Bucha Ceremonial Offerings every Full Moon, and lay the Lek Lai out to bathe in the Moonlight, to increase the power of the Lek Lai, and then feed it honey.
Kata Anchern Lek Lai
(Kata for asking the Lek Lai to allow you to take it and wear it with you – from ‘Jao Khun Pra Putai Sawan Worakun, or, Luang Por Hone, of Wat Putai Sawan).
Na Mo Dtassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa (3 times)