Mitmor Daam Pra Pikanes (Ganesha) - carved bone sheath & handle & Magical inscription - Luang Por Prohm (Wat Ban Suan)
This sacred hand carved elephant bone spirit knife, with an image of the Elephant Headed God Ganesha carved into its handle, has been made and empowered by the great Luang Por Prohm of Wat Ban Suan, in Pattalung. This is one of small numbers of sacred ritual knives, made from bone, and also sacred wood. The Mitmor have been resting at the Asrom Por Taw Guwen awaiting a further empowerment held on the sixth of March 2557 BE, in Wai Kroo ceremony. Luang Por Prohm has previously empowered the Mitmor, after inscriptions being made by Laymaster Ajarn Plien (Wat Don Sala). This item will be available and placed in stock, as of 6 March 2557.because the lives are made from born, the colour of each bone is slightly different, and can range from medium brown Siena, right up to pure white.The colour of the item can therefore not differ slightly from the colour tone of the item in the image. They are however all of 30 numbers of this series and is item is unique in itself for his difference in appearance. The quality of the carving and the empowerment that has been performed is identical with each ritual knife.
The knife measures five inches in the sheath. They were made with various carved bone, or wooden sheathes and handles, in different forms, including these Ganesha, Por Gae Lersi, , and Taw Waes Suwan Asura Deva.
Sacred Khom (Ancient Thai-Khmer Pali Script), has been inscribed on the surface of the carved sheathes and the handles, as well as having been engraved into the surface of the metallic blades, imbuing them with the power of ancient invocations. Ganesha can not be killed, For he is, indeed one of the Immortals, he presides over deeds of justice giving, prevents injustices, black magic, removes the fetters of all obstacles, and brings wealth, success and prosperity to the household and family lineage. He is a wily foe to try to decieve, and wins all struggles and challenges.
Ganesha, is apart from this also a Demon slayer, Who always gains advantage of his opponents and is the victor in all his battles (except for a few famous historical occasions)business and also will protect you from those who mean you harm, for Ganesha. Ganesha will see through any fault is pretences, and uncover the culprits for what they are guilty of. As a protection against black magic and other forms of dark sorcery, the elephant faced god of Vedic Lore is also a powerful Deva. Ganesha is the remover of all obstacles, and the restrainer of the negative influences which caused things to go wrong. This actually in its deepest truth, refers to our own in the nature and the negative parts of myself which cause us to fail and to be on skilful in life. The elephant had a God is therefore the God of success and of Skilful nurse. This is one of the reasons he is the God of all artisans, artists, engineers, and other students of high arts and sciences. He is he god of all artists, architects, dancers and performers. These are the inherent qualities which are attributed to the God Ganesha in Thai Buddhism.
Apart from this he is also the God of many if not most practitioners of Thai boxing, for multiple and obvious reasons, being klaew klaad evasion, Kong Grapan Chadtri invincibility, his association with the god Vayu, his father, who is the wind, which brings swiftness, as well as the power to revive from the dead if the wind blows. His winning ability makes him popular as a mascot God for both the sportsman and woman, as well as for those who like games of risk.
Kata Pra Pikanes
Om Sri Kanesaya Namaha
Use when putting the amulet on and off each day, and as a short Kata when passing Holy Places with Images of Ganesha, or when during daily activities.
Kata Bucha Pra Pikanes (Thai Brahman Pali Adaptation)
Ongaarapintunaathang Ubp-Bpannang Prahm-Mano Ja Into Pikanesadto Mahaa Taewo Ahang Wantaa Mi Sappadtaa Sittigijjang Sittigammang Sittigaariyang Bprasitti Mae
Chant this 3, 5, 9 or 108 Times
Apart from wearing the amulet, you can use it as a ritual object to make prayer water (through immersion in the water bowl, and chanting with incense, flowers and offerings, preliminary prayers), or to place on a small tray on the altar and make offerings as a Bucha Deity.
Thai Kata for Chanting Daily to Pra Pikanes
Om Pikanesuan Sitti Bprasittimae Mahaa Laapo Tudtiyambpi Om Pikanesuan Sitti Bprasittimae Mahaa Laapo Dtadtiyambi Om Pikanesuan Sitti Bprasittimae Mahaa Laapo
Ganesha or, as we say in Thai ‘Pra Pikanes’ is the Deity for removal of obstacles and attainment of success. Pra Pikanes has many different forms, with different meanings. he may have four, six, eight, twelve or even fourteen arms, but almost never two arms, this being a Tabu. Pra Pikanes may carry any of a number of 57 different Cosmic weapons or regalia in his hands. This particular Posture is four armed with whip, axe and consumables. This Posture and combination induces not only the removal of obstacles and success, but also wealth and plentiful treasures and possessions and well being. The amulet is made from Sacred Powders, and hand painted and covered with a fine ceramic glaze. The rear face has Sanskrit Agkhara and Sacred Na Inscription. The hand waving an axe, is a symbol of the retrenchment of all desires, bearers of pain and suffering. With this axe Ganesha can both strike and repel obstacles.
4 Armed Ganesha
Ganesha has four arms which symbolize his status as the universal ruler and establish his power over the four categories of beings – those who can live only in water, those who can live in water and on earth, those who can live only on earth and those who can fly in air. Significance of four : It was god Ganesha who instituted the four castes and the four Vedas. One hymn in Sri Bhagavat Tattva , says: ‘In heaven, this child will establish the predominance over gods, on earth over men, in the nether world over anti-gods and serpents. He causes the four ruling forces of the elements to move, for which he has four arms.
with the sorcery of the Masters of the Southern Khao Or cave Temple, and the lineage of Pra Ajarn Kong (Wat Ban Suan). Inscribed by the laymaster Ajarn Plien, of Wat Don Sala, and blessed at Wat Ban Suan in Putta Pisek ceremony.