See Pheung Anomo - Metta Balm with Wan Dork Tong and Takrut Maha Lap Song Nam Edition 2556 BE - Por Tan Kloi - Wat Phu Khao Tong

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See Pheung Anomo Special Edition (Song Nam 2556 BE Ceremony) Metta Balm with Paya Wan Dork Tong Herb and Silver Takrut Maha Lap spell insert. A now rare amulet (since the passing away of Por Tan Kloi Anomo, in late 2557), which is used  for Maha Sanaeh attraction, Metta Mahaniyom Mercy Charm and 'Great Preference', and Maha Lap Magic for Lucky Wealthy Fortunes.

This was one of the very last editions made, in 2556 in Traimas Blessing Ceremony and empowered by Por Tan Kloi just one year before his passing at the end of 2557. The potion contains te powerful Maha Sanaeh herb 'Paya Wan Dork Tong' and has a silver Takrut Spell inserted with Maha Lap Invocations.

See Pheung Anomo Por Tan Kloi Wat Phu Khao Tong

Useful for gaining the favor of those who are in a position to judge you, and punish you (such as litigation and court cases).  Use to gain preferential treatment from those in higher positions at work or in the social scene, and for Job Seekers to gain the favor of employers, to hire you, when applying for new jobs, or promotion in your existing profession.

This magical potion is of course also extremely useful for seduction purposes, to gain the favor of those who you wish to gain their heart, as your lover or wife/husband.

See Pheung

Por Tan Kloi performed blessings and empowerment at Wat Phu Khao Tong temple in Pattalung after the Traimas 3 month rainy season, according to Buddhist Tradition for increased Sacredness due to the intensive renunciation practices which are undergone during the Rainy Season trimester, where Monks are not allowed to travel around and must practice severe austerities during this period.

Por Tan Kloi Anomo - Wat Phu Khao Tong

Kata Bucha

Or Aa Or Ae Na Nor Or Ler

Smear a little between the eyebrows for Metta before starting work or going gambling, socializing etc. Men should circle their left finger clockwise, and Women should use the right hand and circle the finger anti-clockwise

Use the forefinger to smear with almost all Metta and Maha Sanaeh Oils and Balm Potions, for General Metta Blessing, use the ring finger for Selling and Gambling, use the middle finger to smear the oil if you wish to be attracting the opposite sex.

Por Tan Kloi of Wat Phu Khao Tong

Kata Metta Mahaniyom

Na Maedtaa Mo Garunaa Put Bpraanii Taa Yin Dii Ya Aen Duu - Na Ma Pa Ta - Ja Pa Ga Sa - Na Ma A U - U A Ma - Iswaasu Suswaa-I - Aehi Jidtang Bpiyang Ma-Ma

See Pheung Anomo Por Tan Kloi

For Gambling; If an Oil is given for For Gambling Purposes, simply tap the See Pheung, Metta Oil or Prai Oil with your finger and make a wish before leaving the house. You can rub the balm into your skin of your gambling hand then, if your finger has some balm on it after tapping. Use only a tiny amount of balm is enough.

For ‘Jerajaa’ (business discussions, job interview etc), smear the balm onto your forehead and make your wish.

For Maha Sanaeh attraction, smear the balm under your chin, and ear lobes, and make your wish.

For Kaa Khaay (Selling Wares) – smear a little on your wares or the table where you sell them before each day begins and chant the Kata given.

For Mad Jidt Mad Jai (Enchant the heart and mind of another); smear or dab a tiny bit on the person and then perform the chanting of the Incantations given for the Oil, and focus on the person coming to you as your wish.

Blessing Ceremony of the Song Nam 2556 BE Traimas Edition

Above; Blessing Ceremony of the Song Nam 2556 BE Traimas Edition

Por Tan Kloi was one of the Khao Or Sorcery Lineage Masters, and is now sadly no longer with us, and leaves us with his heritage of a Grand trajectory, and his many editions of amulets, which are now fast disappearing, as they are swiftly being snapped up and kept by his many devotees around the world.

Por Tan Kloi in glass coffin at the temple of Wat Phu Khao Tong

His Metta and Grand Patipata throughout the decades and is sacred amulets will serrve to remind us of this Great Master, and his Deeds.

Por Tan Kloi Funeral

Monks give their respects to Por Tan Kloi

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