Pra Khan Maha Bpraab Taep Sastra Taw Waes Suwan (7 Inches 2 Faced Asura Deva Ritual Knife) - Nuea Chanuan Nam Rerk (Hand Inscription) - Serp Dtamnan Luang Phu Noi Edition 2555 BE - Luang Por Jerd

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Taw Waes Suwan with two faces is the Ruling deva of this Ritual Sceptre Knife (Pra Khan), with sacred Khom Agkhara Spells covering the face of the blade. Two different Taw Waes Suwann hilted Ritual Sceptre Knives were issued in this Edition, each of them available in two sizes (12 or 19 centimeters long), and in two different metals (Nuea Chanuan Nam Rerk, or Nuea Nava Loha).

In addition to the Taw Waes Suwan Sceptre Knives, there were some Two faced Taw Waes Suwan Loi Ongk Statuettes, which are not officially mentioned in the Brochure, because of the fact that only 200 of the amulets were made in all, and were mostly snapped up in one day in the ceremony.

These 'Nuea Chanuan Nam Rerk' Versions were smelted and cast with hand inscription during the ceremony by Luang Por Jerd, whereas the Nava Loha Versions were Pre-Cast with Inscriptions and blessed in the Ceremony.

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108 Pra Khan were made in the special Nam Rerk version, and 1999 Made in Nuea Nava Loha version in the 4,5 Inch Versions. The 7 Inch versions has 108 in Nam Rerk version, and 999 made in Nava Loha version.

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The Taw Waes Suwan Yaksa Deity, is a Powerful Deva to Pray to for Success and Prosperity, Immense Wealth accumulation, and protection from all forms of Demons and black magic, ghosts and Inauspicious Negative Energies. Taw waes Suwan is an Accomplished Meritorious Wealthy Lord, whose great successes and efforts resulted in his amazing wealth and power over his minions. This elevated him to the Status of a Deva in the Dawadeungsa level of the Celestial Heavens.

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Hand Spell Inscriptions were made on both sides of the dagger.

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He also keeps Illnesses away because his Minions, the Yaksa, are principally responsible for entering the bloodstreams of children and adults and invoking viruses and illness. Those who revere and rtecive the protection and blessings of Taw waes Suwan, are protected from the Yaksa by his Command, the Kata Aadtanatiya Paritta. Taw Waes Suwan is also the Deity for Businessmen and High Level Careers to worship, for he is the Asura King of the Norther Quarter and the Richest Asura of his Realm. He commands all the nether Yaksa demons and can punish unruly monsters with his Adamantine Diamond Crystal club.

The first side deals with the act of chasing away and warding off Yaksa, Maras, Ghosts and Demons, and protects from all enemies. If he guards over you, the Asura and other Monsters will not dare to bother you, for he is indeed their King, Lord and Master and his Kata can bind and control them (The Aadtanatiya Paritta). His crystal club punishes any who dare to risk coming near with thoughts of harm.

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The two faced emanation of Taw Waes Suwan serves two differing functions of the two differing qualities of Taw Waes Suwan, because this Deity has two faces, one facing forward and one facing back.

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The second side is Taw Waes Suwan the accomplished Wealthy Lord, whose great successes and efforts resulted in his amazing wealth and power over his Yaksa Minions. This elevated him to a Deva in the Dawadeungsa level.

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The Pra Khan can be used not only as a Bucha Item on the Altar, but is also a Pro-Active Ritual Instrument for making Prayer Water or Bestowing Blessings, Banishings and the like. Used by Ajarns, Lersi and Sorcerors as a multi purpose tool that covers many functions, and serves all the purposes that a 'Meed Mor' Ritual Exorcists Knife, or 'Mai Kroo' Sorcerors Wand will perform.

 

The Pra Khan come in two different kinds of Sacred Metals, Chanuan Nam rerk (A sacred alloy made from Smelted Artifacts), and 'Nava Loha' (Nine Sacred Metals with some of the Sacred Artifacts Mixed in). The Nam Rerk Version also differs in the fact that they were Inscribed during the Ceremony by Luang Por Jerd.

The Sacred Alloy used for the Making of the Pra Khan Maha Bpraab Taep Sastra Taw Waes Suwan Sceptre Knives contained the following Sacred Chanuan Muan Sarn;

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Size; 19 Centimeters Long (7 Inches)

Ngern Boran (Ancient Silver), Nak (Pink Gold), Dtakua Uan (Leaden Metal), Hlek (Iron) Tong Daeng (Copper), Hlek Yord Chedi (Iron from the spire of a Chedi Stupa), Hork Samrit (an Ancient Bronze War Lance), Hlek Khanan Phii (Iron to Obstruct Ghosts), Grich Tong Daeng (Ancient Copper Dagger), Sangkasii (Tinned Metal), Tapu Sangkawanorn (Ancient Leaden Nails used in Building Temple Rooves, from Ayuttaya), Khan nam Montr Boran (Ancient Bronze Holy Water Bowl), Hlek Nam Pi (a kind of Lek Lai), and a large number of Ancient Metal Sacred Artifacts, Amulets, & Yantra Foils.

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"Dee Nork Dee Nai" (Sacred and Powerful through and through)

All of the 'Chanuan Muan Sarn' (Sacred Metallic Ingredients) were then smelted together until they became one Sacred Alloy, and cast into oblong blocks to harden. Then Luang Por Jerd performed Inscription of Sacred Yantra and Khmer Agkhara Inscriptions upon the exterior of the Sacred Metal tablets. They were then Empowered for a period of Seven Auspicious Tuesdays, before being given to the Artisans to Cast into the forms of the Pra Khan Maha Bpraab Taep Sastra Taw Waes Suwan Ritual Knives. This method of empowering the base substance for the casting is called 'Dee Nai' (good stuff on the inside)

The Ritual Knives were then given again to Luang Por, who performed a series of Incantations and Blessings, and then Opened a Ceremony to perform the Ritual of Calling the Taw Waes Suwan Asura Deva and the Kroo Ba Ajarn of the Ages. The empowerments continued for a period of Nine Days and Nine Nights. This empowerment fof the fully cast and completed Taw Waes Suwan Sceptre Knives, with the assistance of Monks and Devas is called 'Dee Nork' (good stuff on the outer surface).

These Bucha Items were thus empowered as 'Dee Nai - Dee Nork', meaning that the base substance is powerful and sacred through and through, even before being formed into the shapes of the Asura Deva Knives. And that they are also Powerful and sacred on the Exterior and in the Form they have been cast into, with the Presence of the Mind Powers of the Taw Waes Suwan Deity Inherently embedded.

Effects

Prayers to the Pra Khan as a Ritual bucha Object bring the following effects (Blessings)

1. Attracting Riches and Success in Business Ventures.

2. Protecting from Demons and Evil spirits, Black Magic and other Inauspicious Energies or Circumstances.

3. Making Holy Water for Blessings, Healing and Banishings.

4. Using as a Wand for Performing Blessings and Spell casting, Inscription of Spells on the forehead, crown, tongue etc.

Before beginning to use the Pra Khan in General use, you should Invite and Activate the Pra Khan with Prayer. Chant the Maha Namasakara and think of the Triple Gem (Buddha, the Universal truth of the Dhamma that he taught, and the Sangha, the Beings who have attained the Purity of the Noble Ones). Think then of Luang Por Jerd, and his Power will awaken and run thgrough the Knife as Spiritual Energy, awakening the Powers and the Presence of the Mind of the Taw Waes Suwan Asura Deva, to Dwell within the Ritual Knife, and begin emanating Fortunate Blessings and Magical Protections.  

Always Chant the Maha Namasakara before Specific Chants for Buddhist Amulets

How to Chant Namo Tassa and the Refuge in the Triple Gem (Maha Namasakara)

Kata Bucha Pra Khan Maha Bpraab Taep Sastra Taw Waes Suwan

Saggassa Wachiraa Wutang Waessuwannassa Kataa Wutang Aasawagassa Tusaa Wutang Yamanassana Yanaa Wutang Naaraayassa Jagraa Wutang Bpanja Kaa Wutaanang Ae Dtae Sang Aanu Paawaena Yagkha Yagkhaa Wijunnaa Lomang Naa Mae Ma Putta Sandti Kajcha Samum Hi Oga Sadtidt Thaa Hi

Use the Kata for;

  1. Making Holy water to Banish Black magic and Demons, Possessed Persons, Epilepsy, Nightmares, Succubi and Incubi. Chant and Focus to think of Taw Waes Suwann (Invoke Him).
  2. Protects from Poisonous Creatures (snakes, insects), and Sharp Tusks and Teeth of Wild Animals. Carry the Pra Khan on your person for this purpose (this is more reccomendable with the Portable Small Size 12 Centimeter Pra Khan).
  3. Protects from Curses or Black Magic - Carrying the Sceptre Knife will prevent any further Black Magic and Sorcery from entering to influence your Karma. The Pra Khan is thus useful not only for removal of Black magic that has already set in by prayer Water making, but also prevents Black magic from approaching again thereafter.
  4. Increase Maha Amnaj (Dominion and Power) and Metta (Great Preference), Klaew Klaad (Evasion of Deadly Events), Maha Ud (Gun Stopper), Pong Gan Sadtruu (Prevent Enemies). Chanting the Kata with the Sceptre Knife to Bless Others, or to empower the smaller portable version for carrying will induce all of the above Magical Effects.
  5. Prevent Fires in the Home - Keep the Pra Khan on the Altar for Bucha will keep the Home Safe from Fires. Taw Waes Suwan will warn before it is too late, with some noticeable occurrence to grab your attention.
  6. Magic Circle of Protection - if sleeping in the Forest or Outside where Wild Animals or Dangers are around, Ghosts or Wicked Spirits, or Bandits, use the Pra Khan Maha Bpraab Taw Waes Suwan to inscribe a square or a circle in the Earth around yourself (ask Pra Mae Toranee/Mother Earth for forgiveness first). The circle will prevent Wild Animals, Ghosts and Demons, Bandits, Ants and other Insects, from entering and Harming You.
  7. Gae Ya Sang (Cure Poison Attacks) - 'Ya Sang' and 'Ya Buea' are two Sorcerous Poisons which are Black Magic Spells in the form of a Poisoned Potion mixed into the food or drink of the Victim.  If one thinks that the food or drink may be poisoned, take the Pra Khan Maha Bpraab and dip the tip of the Knife into the food or drink, and Chant the Kata, thinking of Luang Por Jerd and Taw Waes Suwan. This removes any Potential Poisons. If you have already eaten and find you have been poisoned, then take the Pra Khan and immerse the blade in a container with water or other liquid for drinking, and perform the Chanting of the Kata, thinking of Luang Por Jerd and Taw Waes Suwan. Drink the water to cure the Poisoning.
  8. Cure 'Lom Plae Lom Pad'  - an Illness without discoverable Causes - believed by Thai People to be the effect of Black Magic Curses. Lom Plae Lom Pad will appear as swellings that ache, but that when treated, simply move to a different place on the body, and starts to swell and ache again. To cure this, Take the Pra Khan Maha Bpraab Taep Sastra Taw Waes Suwan, and run the tip along the affected area. The swollen area will try to flee from the tip of the Knife, travelling along the nervous system. Follow the movement with the knife, chasing it along the limbs of the patient, until the swellings are forced into the soles of the feet and or palms of hands, and then should be coaxed out from there to dissipate into the atmosphere.
  9. To prevent Dangers on Waterways and Boat Journeys, place the Pra Khan handle in your mouth and use the tip of the knife to wave at the water in the direction you will be traveling. The Journey will be cleared from Dangers.
  10. Remove Boils and Infections; if you have a Boil or a Pus filled wound, the Pra Khan can be used to heal it. Take the Pra Khan and use the tip of the blade to gently make circles around the boil or wound, Chanting the Kata and thinking of Luang Por Jerd and Taw Waes Suwan.
  11. Use to keep Newborn Babies and Young Children Safe. Place the Pra Khan close to where the Baby sleeps and it will prevent Illnesses and Evil Spirits from Entering.
  12. Protect the House from Ghosts - Place in the ground in front of the House, to Forbid any Ghosts, Demons, Yaksa or Evil Spirits from Approaching or Entering

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How to Make Holy Prayer Water

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Kata Taw Waes Suwan

Idtipiso Pakawaa Yommaraachaano Taw Waes Suwanno

Maranang Sugkhang Ahang Sugadto Na Mo Puttaaya

Taw Waes Suwanno Jadtu Mahaa Raachigaa Yagkhapandtaa Pat Puradto

Waesa Pusa Puttang Arahang Putto Taw Waes Suwanno Na Mo Puttaaya

Kata Bucha Taw Waes Suwan (Chai Sing Hia, Guberan)

It is very Auspicious to perform the sending of Metta and Sharing of Merits with other Beings after Kata Chanting, and is a powerful Cause of Future Prosperity and Happiness.

Bot Phae Metta – Dedication of Merit and Prayer for Metta

 

These Pra Khan were released in the 2555 BE 'Serp Dtamnan Luang Phu Noi' Masterpiece Edition of Fine Luxury Standard Buddhist Amulets from Luang Por Jerd

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'Serb San Dtamnan Luang Por Noi' edition amulets 2555 BE - Luang Por Jerd - Suan Badibat Tam Po Sethee

This very special edition of Impressive Luxury amulets for 2555 BE includes some Luang Por Jerd Special Lockets with Pra Sivali Loi Ongk Satuette inserts and 108 or 56 Takrut Spells inserted in the rear face. the Lockets are black faced with gold embellishment and the image of LP Jerd.

In addition, some Pra Pid Ta, Wua Tanu (Bucha and Portable sizes), Kway Tanu (Bucha and Portable sizes), Ritual Dagger Sceptres with Two faced Taw Waes Suwan Asura Deva handles (Excellent for making Holy Water for Blessings and Banishings), Taw Waes Suwan Loi Ongk Statuettes (two sizes), and a special Gammagarn Set were issued. Some extra special treasure Bee Amulets were not proclaimed and not for sale, but were given to a few select sponsors. Two versions existed, one Black Powder version with 16 Takrut Pra Putta Jao Sip Hok Pra Ongk, and one Golden Powders Treasure Bee with 28 takrut. Both treasure Bees have a Pra Pid ta image emblazoned on their backs.

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