Pha Yant Gao Yord Kumarn Tong Maha Sethee 12 x 7.5 Inches - Luang Phu Naen Kampiro 2553 BE
Pha Yant Gao Yord Kumarn Tong Maha Sethee Nine Millionaire This 9 Kuman Tong Kanong Rit Pha Yant was empowered with the four elements, and the heart of Kuman Tong invoked.
The empowerment was performed in an Ancient Cemetery, and the Kumarn was awakened using the Maha Montra Nippana Sutra (Mantras of the Nibbana Sutta), which is the correct method for empowerment of Kuman Tong creation. A final Buddha Abhiseka blessing was performed during the Te Tong Sacred Smelting Ceremony for Kumarn Tong Statues, on the 30th October 2553 BE.
The full formula of Invocations for the Kata Akarn Sam Sip Sorng were performed for reanimation of the spirit within the Yantra Spell. This is an essential part of Necromantic Empowerment with all Humanoid and Animal form Occult Images, which are imbued with a resident spirit.
Size; 12 Inches x 7.5 Inches.
The base of the Kuman Thong also has a series of Kuman spirits around it, making nine Kuman in all.The Kuman are holding money bags of treasures, with the Kata to call riches and blessings 'Aehi Ma Ma' in Sacred Khom magical lettering. Twelve sacred na and Yant spells around the edges of the Yant Cloth.
How to Worship;
The first time you bring a Kuman to the home, you must first light 11 incense sticks, and ask the local Devas for permission to bring the Kuman into the Dwelling area. Then use 5 incense stick to bring the Kuman into the house. Light the 5 incense stick on the Buddha Bucha altar. Place the Kuman on a separate altar, or at least lower than the Buddhas or Monk images.
Full Ceremonial Method
Chant and make offerings every morning and evening, and chant the Nippana Sutra for Prai 7 times each session (always chant Kata to the Triple Gem 3 times before any other Kata Chanting).
Kata for calling the Kuman Spirit to come and be your companionJijeruni Jidt-Dtang Jae Dta Sigang Ruubpang Nippaanang Dtang Nippudting Pa Ta Na Ma Dtaecho Taadtu TikangWaa A Sa Ja Pa Waa Dto Saen Dto Aegachaanang Barang Yadtawaa Aakajchaahi
Kata for invoking the Kuman to come to life and do jobs for you
Jijeruni Jidt-Dtang Jae Dta Sigang Ruubpang Nippaanang Dtang Nippudting Ma Pa Ta Na Bpathawii Taadtu Tikang Waa Pa Ga Sa Ja Waa Dto Saen Dto Bpas Saa Hattayang Siwang Chiwang Udt-Dtaedti
Kata for fending off or chasing away Kuman or Prai spirits
Jijeruni Jidt-Dtang Jae Dta Sigang Ruubpang Nippaanang Dtang Nippudting Na Ma Pa Ta Aabpo Taadtu Tikang Waa Ja Pa Ga Sa Waa Dto Saen Dto As Saa So Nippaanang Suunyang Kajchadti
Kata for telling the Prai (Kuman Tong) to stay put in a place
Jijeruni Jidt-Dtang Jae Dta Sigang Ruubpang Nippaanang Dtang Nippudting Ta Na Ma Pa Waa Yo Taadtu Tikang Waa Sa Ja Pa Ga Waa Dto Saen Dto Puttaa Pantanaa Yagang Pan Tadt Dtawaa
If you have little time and need a short way to do this, make offerings as usual with incense, rice whisky or fruits, savories and sweets, and use the following Kata for various purposes;
Heart Mantras of Nippanasut
Sa A Ni So (call to come to you)
So Sa A Ni (awaken and empower to send on missions)
Ni So Sa A (use to ward away spirits and ghosts)
A Ni So Sa (use to make the Kuman stay in one place)
Kata Riak Kumarn
Uma Maaree Maa Ni Maa Ma Gao Yord Kumarn Mahaa Sethee Ni Sō A Maa Ni Bpiyang Ma Ma
(Chant 7 Times to call the Kumarn to do your Bidding)