Mae Haek Maha Sanaeh Bucha Size 4 Inches High - Spread-Eagled Deity of Seduction and Prosperity - Takrut, Sariga + Potion in Base - Kroo Ba Kam Bpeng
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Nang Prai Mae Haek Maha Sanaeh Bucha Statue for Wealth and Seduction by Kroo Ba Kam Bpeng Jidtabunyo, of Asrom Sukhawadee, in Kampaeng Paetch.
The Mae Haek is a Nang Prai Deva who sits spread-eagled with a Phallus in hand, and is sitting upon sacks of treasure. This Ancient Thai-Khmer Animist Sorcery Spell invokes the spirit of a Nang Prai who is consumed with Kama Sutra Energy within the Ultra Psychic 'Hian' Power of a Hoeng Prai Ghost.
The Mae Haek is sitting and fulfilling herself with worldly pleasures, sitting on a Cornucopia of Wealth. The Phallic Represents Pro-Activity and Creativity, which brings Success in Business and in Seduction.
A favored Deity of Gamblers, and those who are highly strung and have immense sexual needs, and the flirtatious, as well as those who merely seek business success and wealth increase. It is said that the Mae Haek deva is a perfect Magickal Ally 'For those who Love Business, and also, for those, whose Business is Love'.
The purpose of this particular Deity Invocation for worship, is to Invoke the powers of Maha Sanaeh, Maha Lap, and Maha Pokasap, to ensure a wealthy and lucky fortune in Life, and to endow the devotee with the seductive power of Maha Sanaeh, to attract and enchant others by way of emitting a magical aura.
The statue is made from cast Alchemical Iron Alloy stuffed with Prai Bone Powders, Takrut, Nam Man Prai Oil Flask, and Sariga Loi Ongk Amulet. The Sariga brings Sweet Talking Influence to Improve your Power to Convince Others.
The Rear Face has the Sacred Yant Na Dtalok - the Yant Na Dtalok is a very Ancient Yant deriving from Vedic Times, and is lovingly known as the 'Funny Yantra'.
The Yant Na Dtalok looks like, and indeed IS, a Reversed Swastika, and indeed, has much more direct connection with the vedic Swastika Symbol than the Nazi Swastika ever had Yant Na Dtalok Melts all Anger, Melts all Hearts, Changes a Scowl to a Smile, an Enemy Becomes a Friend. The four quarters within the Swastika are the four syllables allocated to the 4 Elements, and are turned through the sun wheel (swastika) into a reanimated state "NA MA PA TA".
The Yant Na Dtalok is thousands of years old in its origins, and is truly Ancient Occult Sacred Geometry Spell with the Additionaly Invoked Power of Incantation. A Veritable Master Wicha from Kroo Ba Kam Bpeng has resulted in this Bucha Statue, available for us to be able to appreciate and revere the Mae Haek Maha Sanaeh for Improving Life on both the Professional and Social Fronts.
Kroo Ba Kampeng used a special mix of Sacred Powders to fill the statue, to make it extra powerful. This mixture contains high quantities of prai bone powders and oils, thereby enhancing the magical Maha Lap and Maha Pokasap powers of this extraordinary Bucha Image. Hence, the Mae Nang Haek can be used for increasing one's wealth and prosperity through gambling or lottery wins. Due to the immensely powerful Desire-Inducing Maha Sanaeh Power of this Bucha Deity, it is an ideal Spirit Entity to work with for using its magical powers as a highly effective seduction charm.
The base of the statue has one Sariga Celestial Magpie amulet, holding a treasure bag, one Takrut Maha Lap, and a Phial of Potion (mostly now consumed and absorbed by the Sacred Prai Powders within the base, through porosity of the cork).
Sacred Khom Agkhara Spell Inscriptions are embossed on the cast Alchemical Alloy coveriing the rear face with Incantations.
The Nang Prai Mae Haek is painted gold, reflecting her immense wealth. This is a small but rather heavy cast Alchemical Iron Bucha Image, that is certain to last for centuries if kept well, and is high quality cast Sacred Metal, filled with Prai Powders of the Highest degree of Concentration.
Bucha Nang Prai Devas
Light one stick of Incense, and chant the following Kata
Jijeruni Jidtang Jaedtasigang iibpang Nimidtang – Mae Haek – 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 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.
Kata Bucha for all types of Mae Hoeng Prai & Nang Prai Devas
Offer whisky (one small glass), Light one stick of incense, and chant the following Kata;
Om U-U A-A Mahaa Phuudtaa Bpariphuudtae Phuudtiwae Sandti Na Ma Maa Maa
Chant repeatedly until entering a focused rhythm. Once you have achieved this, you can silently chant it throughout the day whenever you feel inclined to use the magic.