Hun Payont Por Gae Ta Ba Khaw - Nuea Loha Aathan Mad Daay Akom - Green Jong Graben Pants - Por Tan Kloi Anomo - Wat Phu Khao Tong
Hun Payont Por Gae - Nuea Loha Aathan Mad Daay Akom Gang Geng Jong Graben Khiaw - Por Tan Kloi Anomo - Wat Phu Khao Tong.
Released in 2556 BE in the 'Sang Hor Chan' Edition, which funded the building of the Hor Chan Refectory for the Monks to Eat their Alms in. Hun Payont Ghost Soldier by World Famous and Internationally acclaimed master of the Wicha Hun Payont; Por Tan Kloi. Due to its highly portable small size, this amulet is also very suitable for Ladies, and people who like to carry smaller amulets.
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.
The 'Hua Jai Dta Ba Khaw spell was invoked to instill the heart of the Dta Ba Khaw entity within the effigy using colored daay mongkol cords in the clockwise direction to wind the heart inside the chest to the left side. The Hun Payont is given trousers that have seven strips around the waist, meaning 'Sang Wi Taa Bu Ga Ya Ba' (7 Syllable Kata of the Abhidhamma).
Por Tan Kloi’s Reputation for Great Prowess in Empowering and reanimating Hun Payont effigies is not only Unanimously agreed upon, it is also a Legend which has arisen due to the massive number of positive feedback stories from Devotees who used his Hun Payont, which is the main reason for the Legend of his Fame.
Every previous edition he has made of Hun Payont have been successful when judging from the tales and stories which flowed back to the Temple from Devotees who rented a Hun Payont and came back to tell their stories of Success.
Considering the fact that it is hard to overshadow the Hun Payont made by por Tan Kloi in earlier editions, this edition does not stand in the shadow of any of them, and stands out for its quality Chanuan Muan Sarn Sacred metal, South Thai artistic interpretation, and the magic of the Khao Or Sorcerors present in the Blessing, to bring it to life with the Mysterious and Magical Power of the Hun Payont.
Por Tan Kloi is a Master of Khao or Magic, whose Fame for making Powerful Hun Payont Soldier Ghost amulets is heard of Worldwide. His Hun Payont is revered by a multitude of people from a large number of different Nations, from Indonesia to USA
Considering the fact that it is hard to overshadow the Hun Payont made by Por Tan Kloi in earlier editions, this edition does not stand in the shadow of any of them, and stands out for its quality Chanuan Muan Sarn Sacred metal and sacred powder filling, South Thai artistic interpretation, and the magic of the Khao Or Sorcerors present in the Blessing, to bring it to life with the Mysterious and Magical Power of the Hun Payont.
Por Tan Kloi spent the whole Rainy retreat performing Incantations for these amulets, and in the case of the Hun Payont, performed the Invocation of the 4 Elements, and the 32 Components of a Human Being Incantation for the Re-Animation of the Hun Payont.
This now both rare and famous edition of Hun Payont Ghost Soldier effigy was made in the Holy Cave Dtamnak 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 Payont 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 4 different materials; Nuea Pong Wan (sacred Herb and tree and Flower powders, with Necromantic Earths and Ashes), Nuea Loha Athaan and Nuea Nava Loha. Some Very special versions in Solid Silver were also released in Gammagarn.
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.
Below you can see some images of Por Tan Kloi and Various Khao Or Master Monks and Lay Adepts, in the many Putta Pisek Blessing Ceremonies made in different Editions of Hun Payont Empowerments.
Kata for 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
The raising or keeping of a Hun Payont, is very much like that applied for the Kumarn Tong Deities, except that one should consider the older age of these Deities when giving offerings. Each Individual Master may have different rules for the Hun Payont they make, which can be added or used to replace the usual Kata for chanting, depending on your preference and what feels faith instilling to you.
Before taking the Hun Payont into the house, you must light 16 Incense sticks and pray to the Jao Tee (local Devas and Spirit Guardians) and inform them that the Hun Payont is another welcome member of the Family.
Bucha Hun Payont
Light one stick of Incense (or Mae Hong Prai), and chant the following Kata
Jijeruni Jidtang Jaedtasigang iibpang Nimidtang – Por Payont – Aakajchaahi Aehi Aehi Na Ma Pa Ta Na La Poo Dtaa(switch the word ‘Por Payont’ for ‘Mae Hong Prai’ if praying to Mae Hong Prai)
Kata for giving food and offerings
Yanginji Jidtang Itawaa Arungwaa Pochanangwaa Punchandti Aehi Na Ma Pa Ta Na La Poo Dtaa You can be flexible with what you offer, depending on what is convenient or what you feel your Deities will like to receive.
Light incense sometimes – chant the Kata often. Some people also offer Whiskey and Fresh boiled pork on Banana Leaf or Pandan leaf.