Hun Payont Long Rak Mad Daay Akom Dtua Kroo Golem Ghost Soldier for Protection and Riches - Luang Phu Khai Wat Lam Nao
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Dtua Kroo Masterpiece Version Hun Payont Golem Ghost - 'Long Rak Mad Daay Akom' (bound with corpse cord and herbal lacquer paste). The Hun Payont Golem Ghost Assistant (fetch) is an Ancient Animist Amulet for protection, Status, Enchantment and Riches. Empowered and Blessed by the now Deceased Guru Master, Luang Phu Por Tan Khai of Wat Lam Nao, in Nakorn Sri Tammarat.
The Hun Payont can be used to perform missions. The Hun Payont will play games with those who try to decieve, harm or steal from you, protect and bring lucky fortunes.
Transferred through the lineage of the Masters across the Aeons. Hun Payont spirit assistants work as a kind of invisible guardian and valet, who cares for your safety and well being, protecting and nourishing.
Size; 6 Cm High x 5 Cm Wide Arms Outstretched
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 Hun Payont is intended for use as a personal ‘Fetch’ (Fetch is an Occult Terminology referring to a personal obedient assitant in the spirit world which has a physical form to inhabit in Talismanic Form). Hun Payont is comparable to a Golem, who watches over you and obeys your commands. In Jewish folklore, a Golem (/ˈɡoʊləm/ goh-ləm; Hebrew: גולם) is an animated anthropomorphic being, magically created entirely from inanimate matter. The word was used to mean an amorphous, unformed material (usually out of stone, wood, rattan and clay) in Psalms and medieval writing. (Wikipedia).
In Siam, the Hun Payont was traditionally made using bound rattan, straw, or molded froom earthen clay, and even cast metal statues are found to be used, with different ‘Wicha’ (Sorcerous Methods of Empowerment), in order to perform successful reanimation of the Effigy.
Below; Luang Phu Khai Wat Lam Nao, Nakorn Sri Tammarat
Luang Phu Khai was the direct apprentice in Buddha Magic and Sorcery to the Great Por Tan Klai Wajasit, and was his main lineage transmission inheritor of the Magical Wicha of Por Tan Klai. He went on to become one of the top 3 Master Monks of his Generation of the Nakorn Sri Tammarat wing of the Dtamnak Dtak Sila Khao Or Southern Academy of Sorcery.
His passing left his devotees devastated, and his memory endured in the hearts and minds of all of those who were is students and followers, and those who have enjoyed the powerful magic of his amulets.
General Bucha Offerings
Offer water for normal occasions, but if you wish the Hun payont to become aggressive and fearsome defender, offer whisky (one small glass) and spicy foods. Light one stick of incense, and chant the following Kata;
Kata Pluk Hun Payont
Jijeruni Jidt-Dtang Jaedtasigang Ruubpang Nimidt-Dtang Idti Phuudta Aehi Jidt-Dti Maa Ni Maa Maa
If you must enter into Dangerous places or situations, then add the following Kata to the end of the previous one; Na Ma Pa Ta
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.
Namo Poog Jidt Namo Poog Jai Namo Rak Krai Na Pag Jai Sangko Tanya Udti Sangkhodti
Kata Bucha Hun Payont Boran
Na Mo Puttaaya – Na Mo Puttaaya – Na Mo Puttaaya
Imapata, Imapata, Imapata
Saatu Saatu Saatu.
Kata for asking permission to use the Hun Payont to help complete a mission or other task.
Chant 3 ‘Karp’ (3 times), meaning one kata should be done in one in and out breath, three in an out breaths deep and slow to chant with – one breath counts as one ‘Karp’. Then chant the following – Na Dti Dtan Na Ja one ‘Karp’
Kata Bucha Por Tan (Luang Phu) Khai
Por Tan Khai is known for his love of chanting the Kata Chinabanchorn - for this reason, the best way to Bucha Por Tan Khai is to chant the Maha Namasakara (Namo Tassa) 3 times, and then the Kata Chinabanchorn, with also if wished, the Kata for his Mentor Por Tan Klai Wajasit.