Locket Jing Jork Gao hang (9 Tails Fox) - Demoness Enchantress Locket 'Ongk Kroo' (large Masterpiece version) - 10 Gems 8 Takrut 4 Pearls + 5 Ploi Sek - Por Phu Noi Dtan (Lanna Laymaster)

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Nine Tails Fox Demoness Enchantress Prai Deva for Love, Gambling and Dominion with 10 Gems 8 Takrut 4 Pearls & 5 Ploi Sek.

Por Phu Noi Dtan is an Aging Master Sorceror and Necromancer of the Northern Lanna region. He is an Adept at the Lanna Wicha Maha Sanaeh Sorcery, which he learned through the Thai Lanna, and the Gariang (Karen Tribe) Magical Lineage Traditions. He is very well known for the Pong Sanaeh mad Jidt Hoypnotic Love Powder. He is legendary for his ability to empower Sacred Powders, which are said to be immensely powerful after recieving his blessing, even in their raw form.

This amulet comes already encased with transparent waterproof casing.

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His most famous and popular magical powder is the 'Pong Gam Jai' (Heart Enchanter Powder). This powder does not even really need to be shaped into any image at all, and just rolling it into a ball and carry it with you, is enough to bring the desired effects.

9 Tails Fox Thai locket

For this 2555 BE edition series of Nine Tails Fox Prai Deva Lockets, Khun Phaen, & Look Om amulets, Por Phu Noi Dtan took his famous Pong Gam Jai, and mixed it with Pong Prai Aathan, and for the lockets, Krang Putsa paste too.

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The lockets were made in two different Pim (models) 'Pim Yai Ongk Kroo Pised' (special masterpiece large version), and 'Pim Lek'. The Pim Lek has four pearls, three Takrut Maha Lap - Maha Sanaeh, two turqoise enchanted beads, and 2 Gems inserted. The Pim Yai has ten gems, four pearls, five ploi sek (enchanted beads of turqoise), and eight Takrut Maha Sanaeh - Maha Lap.

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Size; 3 Cm High x 2.5 Cm Wide

Who is the 9 Tails Fox?

The Nine Tailed Fox is a Legendary Demon, known in Indian, Koran, Chinese, Thai and Japanese Spiritual Cosmology, legend and Myths. The nine-tailed fox (Chinese and Japanese: 九尾狐; pinyin: Jiǔwěihú; Korean: 구미호) is a mythological creature species that was depicted in the Nanshan jing, Haiwaidong jing and Dahuangdong jing of Shan Hai Jing as having the voice of a human infant. It can be eaten by humans, and those who eat it can be protected from evil. Later in history books like Book of Zhou and story collections like Extensive Records of the Taiping Era, the nine-tailed fox was depicted as a beast of fortune.

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The Nine Tails Fox is an Impeccable Defense against Black Magic with her Hian prai Psychic Powers and here Willingness to make Displays of her Powers. This is One reason why this Prai Deva is considered so effective, because she is so 'Hian' (in Psychic Fury), that she will need little coaxing to teach a lesson to anyone who sends any evil eye magic, curses or Spirit assistants to Harm You. Sent by the heavens, the nine-tailed fox was seen as a sign of fortune, peace and luck. In the Han dynasty, it is the protector of royal blood. The Nine Tailed Fox is able to enter and possess others, and is able to change its shape and form, a Master of Illusion. Its ability to attract the other sex and seduce them into the bed has gained Legendary status in all Cultures where stories of its existence have arisen.

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Rear face contains; 4 pearls, 5 Turqoise 'Ploi Sek', 10 Gems, and 8 Takrut Maha Sanaeh - Maha Lap

Kata Bucha Taep Jing Jork Gao Hang

U-Aaa-Aa Na Maedtaa Sangkang Imasming Dtaemaasang Ubpae Mad Tudti Dta Dti Ubpae Mad

Kata MP3 Sound Tutorials for the Kata Chants for this amulet are included in the files tab download section of your customer account after you purchase the amulet. you can download the following files after purchase;

  1. Kata Jing Jork Gao Haang (MP3 Sound Tutorial for Proper Pronunciation)
  2. Phonetic Text transliteration for reading and Chanting (text file)

If you are Buddhist, always Perform the Maha Namasakara (Namo Tassa) 3 times before any other Chanting to Amulets;

We recommend using the Kata Aaratanaa Pra Krueang as a prelude to asking for wishes to be fufilled.

List of Kata Chants - Metta Maha Niyom/Maha Sanaeh

The Taep Jing Jork Gao Hang is a Prai Deva, and should be offered the similar kind of offerings to the other Nang Prai Devas

Bucha Offerings

Light one stick of Incense, and chant the following Kata

Jijeruni Jidtang Jaedtasigang iibpang Nimidtang – Taep Jing Jork Gao Hang – Aakajchaahi Aehi Aehi Na Ma Pa Ta Na La Poo Dtaa

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 convenientfor that Prai Deva, or what you feel your Deities will like to receive.

Light incense when making offerings – chant the Kata often.
Some people also like to offer Whiskey and Fresh boiled pork on Banana Leaf or Pandan leaf.

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