Nam Man Dork Tong Maha Sanaeh Maha Hlong with Takrut Ha Yant Thaew - Golden Flower Seduction Oil Potion Only 9 Made - Asrom Por Taw Guwen
Nam Man Dork Tong Maha Sanaeh Maha Hlong - Dork Tong and Ga Hlong Flower Seduction Oil for Intense Attraction, with a whole Dork Tong (small size flower), and Ga Hlong tree petals, and Takrut Yant Ha Thaew immersed in highly concentrated perfumed Metta Oil consisting of a highly complex mixture of all different Nam Man Prai and Metta Oils of all editions. Only 9 bottles made in this particular combination with Wicha Ha Thaew and the Na Plaek, and Na Nalai Yantra spells.
10 Ml size bottle of Dork Tong Potion, one single bottle only was made, by Ajarn Spencer Littlewood of the Asrom Por Taw Guwen, with a Takrut Yant Ha Thaew five rows yantra Spell immersed for a compendium of 5 kinds of blessings. An extremely rare opportunity to Bucha a powerful Prai oil with Dork Tong Flower as both the Muan Sarn Ingredient, and the Object of Bucha as a Potion in its own right.
The bottle itself is inscribed with Sacred Khom Agkhara and Sacred Na Yantra spells, with the Yant Na Plaek to attract the interest of those who approach, and to enchant them with strangely unexplainable charm. on one side, and the Yant Na Nalai on the other side, with Kata 'Ēhi Mā Mā' to call admirers, lovers and customers, blessings and lucky windfalls.
Above; the Yant Na Nalai inscribed on the surface of the bottle.
The Oil is aimed at Improving Luck and Fortunes (Maha Lap), Good Selling Success with Kaa Khaay Magic, and Maha Sanaeh Maha Hlong, Metta Maha Niyom effects, for increasing Business Sales and attraction of Customers when placed in the place of Business, or for using as a Maha Sanaeh Seductive attraction agent by smearing the perfumed oil on yourself.
The oil contains a host of sacred Oils and herbal extracts which have been boiled out of herbs, roots and immersion of sacred Amulets, with perfumed oils added specifically intended to mask the Prai Ingredients from the conscious mind, allowing them to work their magic without being noticed, and to allow the oil to be used as any normal perfume may be used. It is very unusual to implement the use of a whole Dork Tong Flower to one single bottle of potion, for it is such a rare aquisition in itself.
The Paya Wan Dork Tong Herb is an extremely valuable Maha Sanaeh Herb in itself in the 'Dtamra Saiyasart' of Thai-Khmer Sorcery, but its flower, a single golden and white flower that only comes to bloom once a year, with only one single flower per plant coming into bloom per year.
With only one flower per plant once a year, and the rarity of encountering this flowering magical herb itself when it is in flower, demonstrates just how difficult it is to obtain a whole Dork Tong Flower. Most Powerful Dork Tong Oils may use one flower for ten bottles of oil as an additional part of the admixture, but a whole flower in one amulet, is indeed an extremely rare thing to see, and an immensely powerful Maha Sanaeh Charm to possess.
Above; the Sacred Yant Na Plaek ('Strange Yantra'), an ancient and rarely found Wicha Maha Laluay Maha Jang-Ngang, found in an Old Sorcery Grimoire donated to Ajarn Spencer for the Sak Yant Foundation Museum, from the Collection of Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai, of Wat Mae Ya Temple, in Tak Province.
The oil is very powerful and only a very tiny drop is needed to emanate a perfumed aroma when dabbed on the skin. One small Dork Tong Flower obtained from a Lady of the Night who owned a brothel, is immersed in the bottle, for the maximum Maha Sanaeh attraction and seductive charm to stun those who enter within its pheromonic aura of influence. Ga Hlong tree flower petals are also immersed within the potion for enchantment and stun power.
The Paya Wan Dork Tong is one of the most important ingredients used in the making of Muan Sarn Powders for Amulets, especially famously for its use in the Muan sarn of many Pra Khun Phaen amulets, and almost all true Maha Sanaeh amulets which use herbs, flowers or oils for their composition. Its flower blooms only once a year, with only one single flower appearing per plant. Its rarity is as great as its reputed power of Maha Sanaeh Seductive Charm as a Magickal Plant.
The leaves of the Paya Wan Dork Tong herb in themselves are seen as powerful ingredients for Maha Sanaeh amulets and Prai Oils, but it is the flower that is the crown of its creation, and which is believed to possess the ultimate Maha Sanaeh Magic within it.
No special Bucha is needed, except one single Kata which can be chanted whilst envisioning the things or persons you wish to attract towards you, be it lovers or customers or business profits;
Ēhi Ēhi Jidtang Bpiyang Ma Ma
If you wish to increase Serm Duang Power for Auspicious Horoscope, The Magic of the Takrut within the oil can be invoked by you using the Bucha Method for the Yant Ha Thaew Karma Improvement Spell which is inserted as a Takrut within the bottle.
The oil can also be additionally charged using any or many of the various Metta Mahaniyom, Maha Sanaeh or Maha Lap Kata which are commonly used in Thai Buddha Magic. Wan Dork Tong Flowers, and even the whole plant itself, are said to possess the power, if immersed in the drinking water, to make sexual desire rise to the point of unbearability, causing those affected to easily have sexual relations or even orgies to occur. A fresh Dork Tong plant is hence a powerful Maha Sanaeh Ingredient for a Kama Sutra Love Spell Potion.
The main basis for this oil potion was made from the Nam Man Prai Cauldron of Ajarn Spencer's Wai Kroo in 2556 BE, which were boiled in a large cauldron during Wai Kroo Ceremony, and regenerated each year during six years (four years of Prai Oil Regeneration in a pot up to the New boiling session in 2556, and then after again up to 2558 BE).
They 2556 BE boiling session was performed, by adding a large number of different potions and sacred oils, both from Ajarn Spencer's own Wai Kroo oil boiling sessions, and using a host of powerful oils from many famous masters such as Lersi Waet, Luang Phu Suton, Ajarn Taep Pongsawadarn, Ajarn Wara, Ajarn Apichai Decha, Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree, Pra Ajarn Supasit, and many many other masters.
In addition, the oils were boiled with hundreds of amulets from many masters and temples, including Ajarn Chum Chai Kiree, Luang Por Supoj, Por Tan Kloi, Luang Por Toon, Monk Coins from many masters, and a long list of other temples and Samnak.
Kata Sek Wan (Mantra to Invoke the Dork Tong Deva)
U A Ma - Dta Ho Ja - I Swaasu - Mangsang - Suswaa I - Na Ho Ja Na - Tu Sa Ma Ni - Hadt Thi - Ni Sa Ma Tu
Since then, various other herbal potions and the Dork Tong Flower were added and left to soak for over one year in the oil, and perfumed ingredients were added to imbue a natural perfumed aroma to the oil for use as a perfume.
For Metta and Auspicious Buddhist Blessings, then you should just use the Kata Maha Namasakara first and then the Kata Ārātanā Pra Krueang, and if you like, also the Kata Bucha Yant Ha Thaew
Kata Yant Ha Thaew