Kata Narai Song Krut Chut Pised Magic Sceptre with Vishnu, Garuda, Rahu and Nagas - Nuea Radtana Loha - Luang Phu Nong Wat Wang Sri Tong 2553 BE

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Sacred Magic Sceptre-Wand for use as Ritual Weapon and Bucha Object to the Vishnu-Garuda-Naga and Rahu Deities for Altar Worship, making prayer water and channeling protectice and lucky blessings, and healing spells.

A most Powerful Maha Amnaj Klaew Klaad Serm Yos Kong Grapan Chadtri ritual object from Surin Master Monk, Luang Phu Nong Tammachodto, of Wat Kho Bote (Previously Wat Wang Sri Tong). The Kata were Released in the year 2553 BE, this ritual item is now a great rarity, and a powerful tool for both spellcasting with the magic of, and worship to the Deities.

Magic Sceptre with Vishnu, Garuda, Rahu and Naga Deities

'Katā' (not to be confused with the word Kāta, which means Mantra/Spell chanting) means a kind of sword, or sceptre. But this ritual paraphernalia object is not simply a Kata, it is a 'Mai Kroo' (Magic Wand, or Sceptre) which is made in representation of the Narai Deity (Vishnu) who rides on his escort the Garuda bird, with Pra Rahu eating the moon. The Garuda is grabbing a pair of King Nagas.

Kata Pra Narai Song Krut Chut Pised Vishnu Garuda Naga Wand Sceptre

The Pra Narai Song Krut Chut Pised is the most powerful of all the Vishnu spells, where Vishnu rides his steed the Garuda, and Garuda Rides the Naga Kind Serpents of Bhodala. Full of Maha Amnaj Klaew Klaad and Serm Yos Power to increase status, commanding influence and invincibility against one's competitors.

Kata Pra Narai Song Krut Chut Pised Luang Phu Nong

2.8 Centimeters wide x 12 Centimeters long

This Mai Kroo is used by Ruesi Mages and Monks, to cast spells or bestow blessings on devotees. This is usually done by using it as a magic wand to touch the head of the devotee whilst making the incantations (just as western magicians and wizards do), or to lay it on the amulets to be blessed, or place in prayer water etc (magic depends on the magic maker what uses he thinks of for his spells and how he uses the wand - an Adept knows many ways to use a Mai Kroo).

Above; The shaft of the Kata has the name of Luang Phu Nong as well as a numbered code, and a Sacred Na spell lasered on.

One way for example, is to use it to stir prayer water or Metta oil whilst making meditational incantations, and then using the Mai Kroo to inscribe Yantra on the devotees head or forehead with the tip of the sceptre.


The head of the Mai Kroo Kata has Pra Narai (Vishnu Narayan), with his four major cosmic weapons in his four arms, the Chakra, the Conch, the Kata Sceptre and the Trisul Trident Knife

Pra Narai is straddling the Garuda Bird who is his heavenly steed and ally in the Cosmic Battles and Wars Between the Heavens and the Nether Realms, Paya Krut (Garuda), is perched upon the God of Eclipses Pra Rahu Asura Deva, with Wings outstretched and two Naga serpents in his claws. The Nagas are also entwined around the Pra Rahu eclipse God.

The Pra Rahu Asura Deva Eclipse God is engulfing the moon and sun in his mouth ruling over the astroligical signs and phases of moon and sun.

This Mai Kroo was a limited edition of 1299 pieces and has a length of 11 centimeters long. It is reddened copper bronze alloy called Nuea Radtana (Adamantine Alchemical Metal) with Tong Gae Fa Badtr (Fa Badtr is the lid of the alms bowl used for alms round by Buddhist Monks).


The amulets were blessed in 2553 BE in Wai Kroo to the Ruesi, after a Traimas (3 month) nightly empowerment period performed by Luang Phu Nong in his Kuti during the rain retreat. Luang Phu Nong Tammachodto is the true Nephew of Luang Por Derm (Wat Nong Po) and recieved direct Wicha magical training from his Uncle Luang Por Derm (Wat Nong Po).

Luang Phu Nong Tammachodto is a Master of Fire Kasina Magic, and a nephew of Luang Por Derm of Wat Nong Po. He holds the Wicha of Luang Por Derm, for which he has now taken the forefront in making Loi Ongk statuettes of the Great Guru Master (L.P. Derm), according to the correct Dtamra (formulas and shool of thought) for making Luang Por Derm statuettes.

Luang Phu Nong Tammachodto

The Loi Ongk Statuettes and cast metallic amulets of Luang Phu Nong have come to be known for their long lasting power to assist the devotee, and their great beauty and high quality of design and craftsmanship. His dominion of the fire element in his empowerment methods, is the access point to all elemental magickal evocations in Thai Buddha Magic.

Kata Narai Song Krut Chud Pised Luang Phu Nong Wat Wang Sri Tong 2553 BE

Kata Bucha Paya Krut

Om Karubpija Gidtimandtang Ma A U Om Payaa Krut Ruj Ruj Laew Ruay Na Dai Ngern Na Dai Tong Na Dai Sap Na Dai Bun Baaramii Na Mandtang Na Laang Aathan Na Jaroen Na Rung Rueang Na Rung Rojn Na Maedtaa Adtithaami

The Garuda possesses eight different kinds of powerful blessings within its Aura; 1. Maha Amnaj Commanding Power with Serm Yos Status Increase 2. Gae Aathan Power to remove and emancipate from Black Magic and Sorcery, and Ward off Evil Ghosts and Demonic entities 3. Jaroen Rung Rueang Power to improve Professional Success and Wealthy Fortunes 4. Pongan Pai Power to protect from impending Dangers and Accidents 5. Metta Mahaniyom 'Great Preference' Charm to induce Mercy and Helpfulness and turn things in your favour 6. Rom Yen Pen Sukh Power to ease the stress of Life's hardships and bring a Happy and Peaceful lifestyle. 7. Kaa Khaay Power to increase your Business Sales and Earnings 8 Pongan Sadtw Raay Asura Pis - Protect against Wild Animals and Poisonous Beasts, and the ailments they can bring with their bites and stings.

Kata Hua Jai Paya Krut

Krutto Kruttaa Bpadti Swaami

Kata Bucha Paya Krut

Ahang Krutto Aakadto Assami Naaka Raachae Abp-Bpaehi Utang Naako Haedt-Tho Krut Puttang Tammang Sangkang Saranang Idti

Alternative Kata for Garuda

Om Wirun Bpagsaa Garan Gadtaa Pitii Buuchaa Aakajchaaya Aaakajchaahi Aehi Maa Maa Na Mo Put Taa Yaa

Short Heart Mantra (Kata Hua Jai)

Ahang Karutraaraena (chant 3 or 9 Times)

Traditional Kata Bucha Paya Krut

Om Krutto Kruttaa Mahaa Gamlang Bpappa Sadt-Dtang Na Tan Dtae Dtae Phii Paet-Talaaya

Use to Banish or Exorcize Ghosts, Demons and Sambhavesi

The Garuda has Great Might and Commanding Power, and symbolizes Development, Advancement and Prosperity. Garuda increases Your Status and Influential Powers. He is the Lord of all birds, and is the Sacred Vehicle of Transport for Pra Narai (Vishnu Deva). Garuda is a Celestial Deity who was blessed with Invincibility and Immortality, no weapon in the Universe can Destroy him.

Even the Lightning Bolts of Indra. Garuda has very quick Intelligence and Wisdom, but is not arrogant and respects others. He is an Honorable Deva, worthy of admiration. Garuda is most well known for affecting the development and advancement of success and professional status and increase income and wealth.

Civil Servants, Police, Military or other Officals should carry and worship Garuda, as well as those who protect their nation or its Leaders. With the Garuda to watch over you, Bad Luck can hardly befall you, for even Pra Rahu the Lord of Misfortune, can not beat the Immortal Garuda. People born in the year of the rat, buffalo, horse, goat or monkey should also Bucha Paya Krut (Garuda).

Method for giving offerings and chanting in worship to Pra Narai (Vishnu)

Making Offerings to Pra Narai (Vishnu)

offerings to Vishnu, and Vishnu Riding on Garuda Deity, should include the following;

Gratong (a kind of crown ornamental offering made from banana leaf), with puffed rice and spicy foods (2 or 3 kinds), sweetmeats and puddings (5 kinds), 3 kinds of fruits (banana, coconut and sugar cane is traditional), milk, butter (ghee), Kaprao leaf (Thai holy basil, known as Tolasee in India), white and green seeds, red beans in coconut milk, perfumed offerings, 7 small green flags (pennant), 3 pieces of cloth (green red and yellow), a clay doll (stone, cement or carved wood), and some figurines of cows, horses, elephants and buffalows. Incense, candles and flowers are of course indispensible. In addition, you could add water to drink in a glass, and perfumed pure water inside a conch shell for bathing.

Kata Pra Narai Song Krut – Vishnu Kata

(For all forms of Vishnu Deva including Vishnu on Garuda)

Om Pra Naaraayana Raacha Haradti Tisathidtaaya Ubpaatawadtaaya Jadt-Dtu Krudhaa Pahananaaya Haradti Tisatidtaaya Aakajchandtu Punchadtu Khibp-bpaya Dtu Wibp-bpaya Dtu Sawaaha Sawaahaaya Sappa Ubpaatawa Winaasaaya Sappa Ubpaatawa Winaasaaya Sappa Andtaraaya Sukh-khawattago Ho-odtu Aayu Wanna Sukha Palang Amhaagang Ragkhandtu Sawaaha Sawaahaa Sawaahaaya

Chant the Kata then blow it into the offerings or into the amulet if raising over your head to wear for the day. In that case, raise the amulet between the palms of your hands in praying posture at your forehead and chant 3 times if making Bucha offerings and blow into the offerings. After the first time you perform the ‘Piti Buang Suang’ (offerings To Narai – place the amulet on the altar in the house), you must only chant once per day when putting the amulet on – chant the Kata, then blow your breath into the amulet. Do this once a day for however many years you have been living, plus one day extra. this will increase your lifespan and healthy lifetime, and in addition will make the power of Pra Narai make even more powerful blessings come to you.

Visnu Kayatri

Om Naaraayan Witamhae Waasutaewaaya Timhi Dtanno Sutas Bparijotyaadta

Narai Kayatri

Om Narai Witamhae Saesasaayinae Timhi Dtanno Sutas Bparijotyaadta

Kata Khor Porn (Ask for Blessings)

Om Haradti Tisa Naaraayana Taewadtaa Sa Ha Ka Na Bpari Waaraaya Aakajchandtu Bparigunchadtu Sawaaha Sawaahaaya

Om Sappa Ubpatawa Sappa Tud-t Sappasoga Sappa Roka Sappa Paya Sappa Ubpattawa Sappa Sadtruu Winaasaaya Bpamujjandti Om Naaraayana Taewadtaa Sataa Ragkadtu Sawaaha

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