Roop Tai Pha Yant Fa Pratan Porn 1 Ga Sacred Photo and Yantra Cloth of Sian Ah Pae Rong Si
Pha Yant Fa Pratan Porn with Roop Tai Sacred Photo of the Thai-Chinese Lay Master and Adept of Feng Shui, Sian Ah Pae Rong Si - blessed by Lay Master and Ex Guru Monk, Ajarn Subin Na Hnaa Tong.
The Wicha comes encased in Waterproof Casing as a compendium composed of a folded Pha Yant Fa Pratan Porn with one single 'Ga' design, and a Photo of the Lawymaster Ajarn Sian Ah Pae Rong Si (Ngow Kim Koi). The Pha Yant Fa Pratan Porn 'Heavenly Blessings' Yantra, originates from the Old Laymaster Ajarn Ngow Kim Koi (Pae Rong Si) or 'Tao Gae Kim Keuy'. Sian Ah Pae Rong Si was Thailand's Famous Chinese Master of the San Jao Shrine of Patum Thani, who was famous for the Huang Jui (Feng Shui) Blessings.
The Yant Fa Pratan Porn (Single 'Ga' version) is best intended for personal use and wearing. The different number of 'Ga' designs on each cloth are intended for different purposes, with the single Ga version being used for portable wear (encased or in the pocket), to improve life in all its aspects. Recommended for Business Owners, Gamblers, and those who have bad Luck, who seek to turn their Karma around and bring their lives and that of their families to prosper.
Other versions with differing numbers of Ga are for different kinds of business establishments and other walks of life, such as;
1 Ga design for self advancement, lucky fortunes, remove obstacles in profession and social life, improve health wealth and happiness.
2 Ga designs for Beauty Care, Hair Stylists Shops or 'Love Inn' type hotel service establishments.
3 Ga designs on one cloth for Anti Black Magick, in places where spirits and magick is rife, or for homes which have a bothersome ghost (to do with Dark Energy).
4 Ga would be for Hotels, Tourist Attractions and Restaurants (recommended to use in conjunction with 9 Ga cloth).
5 Ga on one cloth would be for Tutors, Schools in Construction, Sangha Dhana shops, and shops that sell books or reading and writing equipment (to do with Knowledge).
6 Ga on one cloth is similar to 4 Ga, good for Fancy Hotels, Gift Shops, Art and other Beautiful items, and Beauty Salons (to do with Aesthetics).
7 Ga is for Clinics, Dentists, and Spare Parts or replacement traders to improve their Business (to do with repairs or replacements).
8 Ga on one cloth for Bars and Restaurants, Soldiers, Police and Civil Servants, to increase Baramee Amnaj, making it easy to command employees or lower ranking officers, filling their hearts with fearful respect.
9 Ga cloths would be for Sangha Dhana religous offerings shops, and businesses which sell electrical or other types of household appliances.
9 Ga designs is also used in conjunction with 4 Ga for Hotels and Service Industry establishments, which have Information Desks, Public Relations and Communications (to do with Communication and Understanding).
10, and 18 Ga designs on one cloth are both for Prosperity and Happy Life in the Home.
The Pha Yant Fa Pratan Porn of Ajarn Ngow Gim Koy (Sian Ah Pae), is world famous for its Puttakun Maha Mongkol power to bring auspicious fortune and great blessings, preventing bad horoscope, and improving the line of fate. It balances out the aspects of Feng Shui science and helps to evade bacd luck and attract good luck.
Sian Ah Pae Rong Si
Ajarn Gnow Kim Koy, or, better known as 'Sian Pae Rong Si', was a laymaster of Chinese Ethnic origin who was highly respected by Thai Devotees of the Pathum Thani district, who has many thousands of Looksit, for his ability to indicate Huang Jui (Feng Shui), to remove obstacles and increase auspicious horoscope. The Devotees of Sian Pae had great luck with his readings and recommendations, and the changes his advice brought to their lives was enough to make him legendary in the Province.
He would often be asked by devotees to travel and visit their homes or business establishments around the country far and wide, and even in foreign countries, to go and check for invisible magical obstacles, spirits or other obstacles to good luck within the Dtamra Huang Jui, a Thai-Chinese Feng Shui Wicha for divining the auspicious and inauspicious aspects of a home. Devotees believe Sian Ah Pae to have been a 'Rang Song' spirit medium, who was 'Jao Por Phu San Jao Por' of the temple of Wat San Jao.
Sian Ah Pae would perform a ritual Wai Kroo every year at the San Jao Por shrine to banish wind and rain, and it is said that the rain never came when he would perform the ritual to forbid rain. Sian Ah Pae was for the local Thai People, a most Highly Revered Ajarn of his Era, whose blessings were famed for their success in bringing businesses to flourish. 'Sian Ah Pae Rong Si' was beloved by the local Folk of Patum Thani for his tirelessness in assisting the locals with their ailments, financial difficulties, and in helping to change their luck around, from bad to good.
Sian Ah Pae Rong Si, was always available and ready to get up and go out to help anybody who was in need, and would always put the welfare of others first and foremost. His Wicha was inimitable and like that of no other. Although Ajarn Pae was not a Thai National, rather, was a Chinese Immigrant, he was nevertheless a highly revered Ajarn for the Thai People of Patum Thani, for his merits were so well noticed by the locals, that they respected him so much for is diligence and merciful heart.
The power of the image of Ah Pae Rong Si is famous for being able to banish and chase away ghosts and demons. There is a story of a devotee who took a picture of Ah Pae to the house of a person who was afflicted and possessed by ghosts. and that as soon as the picture was presented before the possessed person, the ghosts fled immediately and were no more to be seen present, and that they never came back.
Apart from this ability of Ajarn Ah Pae, he was also the first ever Ajarn of his Lineage that could 'Doo Ngow Heng' meaning that he could tell fortunes by looking at people's eyebrows, eyes, nose, mouth, and ears. This Sacred Yantra is called 'Yant Fa Pratan Porn' which means 'Yantra of The Heavens Bestowing Blessings'.
The wearer of the image of Ah Pae Rong Si are said to be blessed with Maha Heng Lucky Fortunes, and that they will have Great Success in their Undertakings.
The amulet is empowered by Kroo Ba Subin with the Invocation of the Spirit of Ah Pae, and with Astrological Magic for Gae Huang Jui (eliminate Bad Karma and Inauspicious Horoscope), such as Husband and Wife Arguing, Loss of Respect or Status in Social Circles and Profession, Inability to get Promoted, or one's Family being Unable to find wealth or save money, and other associated cases of Bad Luck due to Inauspicious Astrological Influences.
Ajarn Subin (Ex Monk Kroo Ba Subin Sumetaso of the Samnak Songk Ban Ran Dtad pom in Chumporn), is a Master with Wicha Metta Maha Sanaeh of the Lanna Lineage, who moved to the southern Province of Chumporn to practice, and became the Master of the4 Samnak Songk Ran Dtad Pom Forest Temple. He later disrobed to expand his scope in the practice of occult Magic without the Vinaya Canon restricting his limitations as a Monk. He is now one of Thailand and South east Asia's most prominent Lay Masters, and spends a large time traveling around the countries surrounding Thailand to perform blessings on devotees in Singapore, Malaysia, China and Hong Kong.
He is the carrier of the Wicha Serm Sirimonkgol Gao Jut (nine pointed blessing), which he recieved from Kroo Ba Duang Tittawaro of Wat Witraymul. Ajarn Subin also possesses the Wicha of Sado Kro from Kroo Ba In Gaew of Wat Walugaram.
Because Ajarn Subin had a lot of Natural Curiosity during his time as a Monk, and is a learned person, he went on Tudong Forest Wandering, traveling around to find various Wicha from different Masters in different areas of Thailand. Amongst some of the Wicha he found and Mastered were Wicha Sariga, the Yant Gao Yord tattoo, calling the Sariga Koo Cheewit (lifelong lucky twin birds charm).
The list of other Wicha which he has mastered is a long one; Ajarn Subin’s Por Phu Yee Gor Hong Amulets have become legendary and extremely popular with Asian Gamblers all around South East Asia. His See Hoo Ha Dta 4 ears 5 eyes Indra Monster deity of Lanna Tradition is also now a legendary amulet of this Master, with various editions haveing been released, each one as successful as its predecessor.
Ajarn Subin (Na Hnaa Tong) disrobed sometime around 2558 BE, and is now practicing as a Lay Master, who is very popular around South East Asia. he has branch offices around South East Asia where he visits to perform Blessings, Sak Yant Thai Temple Tattoos, and distribute amulets.