Mae Nang Ta-Khian Chae Nam Man Prai Nuea Pong Prai Pasom Pong Mai Takian Ruesi Kritsada
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Mae Nang Prai Ta-khian Tong Holy Tree Spirit Female Deva amulet in Sacred Dork Tong Prai Oil from the Lay Necromancer Ruesi Kritsada (Ajarn O). Made from a Highly Concentrated mixture of Pure Prai Maha Sanaeh Powders with Sacred Ta-khian Tong Treewood Powders, and hand inscriptions on rear face of Khom Agkhara Khmer Necromantic Spells. The Power of Necromancy and Earth Magic with the extreme Metta and Maha Sanaeh power of the Nang Prai Mae Nang Ta-Khian Tong.
A very popular amulet with Gamblers, Lottery Players, Sales Persons and Business Owners, to attract and increase wealth, be it by speculative risk, or good business with the power of attractions (Maha Sanaeh) and Mercy Charm (Metta Maha Niyom).
The Mae Nang Prai Ta-khian Tong has been considered for centuries to be one of the most psychically powerful of all tree spirits, and is highly prone to make shows of her powers without much need of convincing. Thai people revere the Ta-Khian tree for the ability of the Lady Deva spirit within it to be able to reveal lottery numbers.
When a Ta-Khian tree is found under the ground or under the water, buried since thousands of years, Thai Buddhists will raise the tree and bring it to a temple, and dress it in colored ribbons, light incense, make offerings to the Mae Nang Ta-Khian Deva Ghost, and ask her to reveal lottery numbers. They will then proceed to examine the surface of the tree to see if any number stand out. The strange thing is the extremely high coincidence of lottery winners who take numbers from Ta-Khian trees.
Some Higher Devas have indeed more potential powers, than nature spirits, but such Heavenly Devas do not make a habit of showing off their powers as much as Mae Nang Prai, and thus only perform miracles when absolutely necessary. Prai Ghosts and Elemental Devas such as the Mae Nang Ta-khian Tong however, still possess the attitude that likes to make impressive displays of power.
For this reason, Powerful Prai Devas, and especially the Mae Nang Ta-khian Tong, are highly preferred, and considered to be amongst the fastest acting luck bringing mercy charms, with the highest reputation for lottery wins and power of attraction for good business and social affairs.
Kata Hua Jai Pra Apitam for Increasing Good Fortunes
Sang Wi Taa Bu Ga Ya Ba
The Kata Hua Jai Pra Apitam (Abhidhamma Heart Mantra), is the Recommended Method of appeasing and pleasing the Mae Nang Prai and any Prai Devas, is to play, or chant it to the Deva, and listen to and contemplate the Abhidhamma;
The Seven Books of Abhidhamma (Pra Apitam 7 Bot) - The Heart Mantra of the Abhidhamma is "Sang Wi Taa Bu Ga Ya Ba" and refers to Seven ways of Categorizing the Buddhist Canon. The Kata is also a Syllable for Syllable Invocation of Each verse of Dhamma Expounded within the Abhidhamma.
Because this chant is used in Funerals, the Abhidhamma Chanting is Believed by Folk in Thailand by to be a Chant to release the recently Deceased from their Attachment and Send them to the Next World, It is Actually a teaching of Impermanence, Suffering, that which Is, and that Which is Not (Non-Self). Intended to Alleviate the Suffering of those relatives and Friends who are still Alive. This is Contrary to what most Thai Folk actually Believe about this particular Buddhist Chant which is performed at every Thai Buddhist Funeral Ceremony.
The Seven Books of Abhidhamma (The Abhidhamma Pitaka), are made up of seven treatises: (i) The Dhammasangani contains detailed enumeration of all phenomena. The second part of this introduction gives a more detailed description of it. (ii) Vibhanga consists of eighteen separate sections which give a detailed analysis of phenomena quite distinct from that of Dhammasangani. (iii) Dhatukatha is a treatise which studies the dhammas analysed in Dhammasangani and Vibhanga, in fourteen ways of analytical investigation. (iv) Puggalapannatti means the designation of individuals. In the first three books of Abhidhamma conventional terms are used to denote ultimate realities. Here in this book conventional terms are used not only to denote ultimate realities but also to denote things which do not exist in an ultimate sense. This is because the use of conventional terms is necessary for human communication.
The Spirits of the Dead are bound when hearing the Abhidhamma, and can not haunt anyone who chants it, instead, having to guard and protect he or she who chants it. It is meritorious to chant the Abhidhamma and let the Ghosts listen. They reward you for recitation of this Kata, so it is also recommendable to use the Abhidhamma Kata once in a while, as an extra special empowerment.
Kata Riak (Summon) Mae Nang Prai
Jijeruni Jidtang Jaedtasigang iibpang Nimidtang – 'Mae Nang Prai' – Aakajchaahi Aehi Aehi Na Ma Pa Ta Na La Poo Dtaa
When making offerings, give make-up, perfume, lipstick, fruits and spicy food, water, sweet drinks, incense and flowers.
Kata Bucha Mae Nang Ta-khian Tong
Aehi Jidt-Dtang Bpiyang Ma Ma Puttang Nam Maa Seung Ngern Tammang Nam Maa Seung Tong Sangkang Nam Maa Seung Sing Khong Maa Ma Maa Maa Mae Dtakian Tong
(then focus your wish and hold it steady in your mind for a moment, and ask the Mae Takian Tong to help you get your wish).
Kata for giving calling to receive food and drink offerings
Yanginji Jidtang Itawaa Arungwaa Pochanangwaa Punchandti Aehi Na Ma Pa Ta Na La Poo Dtaa