See Pheung Khema Kumarn Fang Takrut Pla Tapian Koo Phua Mia for Business and Mercy Charm Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai Wat Mae Ya
The See Pheung Khema Kumarn Fang Takrut Pla Tapian Koo Phua Mia, is a highly perfumed Maha Sanaeh potion for Business and Mercy Charm, made and empowered by Lanna Master, Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai Bpapasō, of Wat Mae Ya temple, in Tak. Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai tells that he performed hundreds of different Kata for Metta Maha Niyom Maha Sanaeh and Maha Lap during the empowerment of the See Pheung.
The See Pheung Khema Kumarn has Kumarn Tong Powders, Nam Man Prai Serums, and a twin Takrut spell with the Wicha Pla Tapian Koo gold and silver barbfish (1 Male 1 Female), imbued for Maha Lap Metta Maha Niyom wealth attraction through business improvement and lucky fortunes. Intended to enhance your sales quotas and attract customers, with Mercy Charm, Jerajaa seductive speech magic, and Maha Sanaeh (the Power of Attraction). Please not; Color of container received may differ from pink to red to green.
The See Pheung has been released with different colour containers, but are in fact all empowered in the exact same fashion. The colour of the container has no influence on the magic, and is merely for aesthetics. This potion is highly perfumed to mask the magical ingredients and is very popular with ladies and with gay males, to use to attract the other sex, and with ladies of the night and social escorts, to seduce and enchant their clients with their seductive wiles, get higher tips, and return customers.
The See Pheung can be put in a cash till, or on a 'Pan Kroo' Bucha tray or other respectable receptacle you may prefer to use, as a kind of mini altar, and place it in a suitable corner of your shop or place of work. If you work at a PC and a desk for example, and dont have a shrine in your office, you can keep it next to your desk and pray to it as you work, by chanting the Kata and wishing for successful sales and new customers.
Or if you are wishing to entice customers for more personal reasons, or lovers, then dab some of the See Pheung on yourself to entice them with Pheromonic attraction. The odour is that of a perfume, and will not be noticeable as a magic spell, and can be used as a very special magical perfume accessory for this reason.
Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai has put many hours of work into inscribing and spellbinding each single pot of potion with his own hand, with constant empowerment through incantation and willful meditative intent.
Except for one's own relatives, all women will gaze towards the speaker of this Kata, and feel enticed
Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai is a master of many ancient Lanna Sorcery Wicha and a Lineage Inheritance Master of the Wicha of Luang Phu Kroo Ba Ban, Arya Sangha, and deceased Abbot of Wat Mae Ya. The power of his ancient northern Lanna hill tribe sorcery, Is believed by Buddhist people of the north, To be second to none in inducing mercy charm, compassion, and preferred bias in the hearts of those who approach. His Wicha Maha Sanaeh Metta Maha Niyom Maha Lap is renowned for its powerful effects, and is used for both Financial and Romantic Purposes, As a love charm seduction agent and business improvement tool.
Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai curates and develops the museum of sorcery grimoires at Wat Mae Ya temple, recovering lost tomes and recompiling them, to preserve the secret spells within their encoded pages. Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai is`currently flourishing in his Magical Trajectory, and has presented his Devotees with a large range of new amulets of his own making, which preserve and publicise the existence of many rarely seen. He has protected many Spells that were in danger of becoming forgotten Wicha of the Ancient Folk of the Northern Lanna Regions of Thailand and surrounding Borders.
Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai is now entering his mature stage of his Trajectory as a Sorceror-Monk, and has reached a highly adept level of ability in making Takrut, and other amulets of the ancient Lanna Tradition. Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai is`currently flourishing in his Magical Trajectory, and has presented his Devotees with a large range of amulets of his own making, which preserve and publicize the existence of many rarely seen, and in danger of becoming forgotten Wicha of the Ancient Folk of the Northern Lanna Regions of Thailand and surrounding Borders.