Pra Khun Phaen Hlang Pra Ngang Dta Daeng - Nuea Din Pha Chah (Cemetery Earth) Fang Ploi Dtit Jiworn (Garnets with Civara Robe) - Run Mee Ngern Tong - Luang Phu Key
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Luang Phu Key of Wat Sri Lamyong has begun his Dtamra of Khun Phaen with Pra Ngang Dta Daeng devas on the rear, with this release of visibly powerful luck and attraction amulets. The obvious choice for lovers, gamblers, and business owners, the Khun Phaen/Ngang Dta Daeng offer both Maha Sanaeh as well as Kong Grapan/Klaew Klaad, and even Choke Lap magic, to assist in winning the hearts of others, selling your wares, or your charms, and even trying your luck at the lottery.
This particular example is black in color, with gold painted image on the front face. The black color is due to the fact that this amulet is molded from Cemetery earth and Plai Dam. The amulet also therefore possesses a stronger inclination to Maha Sanaeh magic and offers the wearer mostly luck, charm, attraction, and fortune to the wearer.
The powders used for each amulet influence the particular strenghyts of the different magical abilities of that amulet. The Wan 108 Maha Mongkol will influence this amulet to be slightly more Metta and good Business related, whereas the Takian Tree powder offers protection from Black Magic and Dangers, The Puttakun/Prai Kumarn will increase Business and Prosperity, and the Cemtery earth will bring immense Maha Sanaeh charm and attraction to the wearer. The Pure Takian tree powder version will thus be more apt for those seeking a stronger mix of protection in their Maha Sanaeh Charm amulets. Pure Wan Mongkol for those seeking only auspicious practice and prosperity/happiness, and Cemetery Earth for Merchants and Entrepreneurs, Lovers and Gamblers, Takian Tree powders for watchmen, Policemen and Soldiers etc..
Thise seeking pure wealth will do best seeking the gold faced cemetery earth version, for the most concentrated Maha Sanaeh possible.
A Ploi stone is inserted in the chest. Another sacred Ploi stone is inserted into the chest of the Ngang Dta Daeng Deva, and two red Garnets serve for his eyes. There is a piece of Luang Phu Key's Civara Robe pasted on the rear face of the amulet, lending his personal blessing and protection.