Por Phu Ruesi Himawat - Ruesi Hnaa Suea - Wat Bang Bon

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Por Phu Ruesi Himawat is one of a range of Ruesi Deity statuettes with great blessing and chanting ceremony including the presence of eminent Ruesi and Buddhist Monks of Gaeji Ajarn status. Ceremony performed at Wat Bang Bon - You can see pictures of the Ceremony at the bottom of this post.

Por Phu Ruesi Himawat is otherwise known as Ruesi Hnaa Suea (tiger face Ruesi) and sometimes called Jao Saming Pra, wich is a fallacy because that refers to a particular being who is connected with Luang Phu Ka Long, and was a fellow practitioner of LP Ka Long in a previous life. The true name for tiger faced Ruesi is Ruesi Himawat. Ruesi Himawat is a deity from the Heavenly Realms who is a Ruesi. He is the Father of Pra Uma (Kali, wife of Shiva) and plays an important role in the doing away with of demons and unwholesome entities.

He is perfect for Kong Grapan protection and Klaew Klaad evasion magic, as well as (when revered properly) a source of Luck Success, and Wealth. This Ruesi is featured in my upcoming ebook '108 Ruesi legends'. Ruesi Himawat or Hnaa Suea is also sometimes called Ruesi Galasit - it is most probable that there were various Deities who were Ruesi and had animal heads, so the different names may refer to different Deities or the same one. The truth is that we don't really know anymore.

Kata for Bucha to the Ruesi (This is correct for all Ruesi);

  • Ugaasa Imang Akkee Paahu Bpub-Phang Ahang Wantaa Aajariyang Sappa Sayyang Winaasandti Sitti Giriya Abpa Rabpa Chaa Imasming Pawandtume
  • Tudtiyambpi - Ugaasa Imang Akkee Paahu Bpub-Phang Ahang Wantaa Aajariyang Sappa Sayyang Winaasandti Sitti Giriya Abpa Rabpa Chaa Imasming Pawandtume
  • Dtadtiyambpi - Ugaasa Imang Akkee Paahu Bpub-Phang Ahang Wantaa Aajariyang Sappa Sayyang Winaasandti Sitti Giriya Abpa Rabpa Chaa Imasming Pawandtume


Kata for Ruesi Hnaa Suea
The Kata (mantra) for Rursi Taw Himawat / Ruesi Hnaa Suea (tiger head ruesi) is as follows;

  • Oem Rue Reur (Leu Leur if you like), Mahaa Rue Raa Payakkae Payakkoe
  • Ittirittae Ittirittoe Sirae Sirae Kuroe Kuroe Yaadoe Bpen Man Naa Ham
  • Guu Diar Bang Giar Doer Doer

In Thai;

  • โอม ฤ ฤา มหา ฤ ฤา พยัคเฆ พยัคโฆ อิทธิฤทธิเธ อิทธิฤทธิโธ สิเร สิเร
  • คุโร คุโร ยาโดร์ บัน นัมร์ นา ฮัม กู เดียร์ บัง เกียร์ โดร์ โดร์

The Ruesi help us in solving problems in life, and protect us wherever we go. Making Bucha to the Ruesi is what we call 'Khong Mee Kroo' in Thai (things with a master presiding over) - this means that you are connecting with deity from another realm who is helping and guiding you in life. The correct Bucha (Poojah) procedure is essential in order to successfully recieve the benefits of a Ruesi amulet, for which reason i must give the Kata for chanting as well as a short explanation of each Ruesi Deity.

The Empowerment Ceremony - Blessings and Chanting;

 
The empowerment ceremony was performed on the 27th 28th and 29th of October 2551BE - it was a very large ceremony ant Wat Bang Bon temple, Bang Khun Tian, Bangkok. Apart from some of the countrys top Ruesi, there were also 9 Masters Monks presiding over the ceremony who were there also blessing and empowering the eyes of the Buddha statue that had been made (Luang Por Gesorn) which is now the symbol of Wat Bang Bon.
These statuettes were also lucky to have had Luang Phu Tim of Wat Pra Khao (Internationally famous Gaeji Ajarn from Ayuttaya - now deceased), travelling frm Ayuttaya to join the ceremony and add his empowerment to these Ruesi amulets. Luang Por Ruay is also another Gaeji Ajarn (Wat Khao Tako), Luang Por Poon Sap (famous for his 'rat falling in a rice container' amulet [Hnu Dtok Thang Khaw Sarn]) came from Wat Ang Sila to join the blessing. Many other Gaeji Ajarn came from around the country.Those who are already Looksit of the Ruesi Sages and make Boocha won't need to ask much when they see these statuettes and the fotos of the blessing ceremony./ These amulets don't need much said about them, as the saying goes; "A Picture says more than a Thousand Words".











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