See Pheung Nam Man Prai Gao Burut Pichit Jai Nang Takrut Na Jai Orn - Nine Lustful Phantoms Necromantic Potion to Conquer the Heart - Kroo Ba Dech
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The See Pheung Nam Man Prai Gao Burut Pichit Jai Nang Wicha Maha Laluay (Nine Lustful Heartbreaker Ghosts Necromantic Potion, to win the hearts of a Lady) , with takrut Na Jao Orn spell insert.
This powerful pot of high necromancy in potion form, was made and empowered in 2552 BE by Kroo Ba Dech Gidtiyano of the Samnak Songk Pha Cha Ban Radtanakosin, using the most powerful magical ingredients of the ancient Khmer Necromantic Sorcery Grimoires.
The Empowerment has invoked much Metta Mahaniyom (Mercy Charm), Maha Laluay (Melt the Heart), Maha Jang-Ngang (Stunner Spell), and Maha Sanaeh Seduction Magic, that draws its Power from the Hian Prai Magic of the Burut Gao Dton Nine Lustful Phantom Ghosts.
The potion exudes Kama Sutra Magick, causing people to feel very exited, attracted to, and attached to each other, desire sex, and even fall in Love with each other, or increase Love that already exists.
The See Pheung Nam Man Prai works as well for Men as for Women, Hetero or Gay, and pulls potential Lovers or Life Partners towards You, and enchants their hearts, stunning, seducing and melting their hearts, making them unable to resist.
Useful also for convincing others to hire your services, buy your wares in the store, or show Mercy. The difficulty of Oratory Tasks such as Foreign Business Talks and Sales Meetings, Court Cases, and Advisory Professions becomes easier with the help of the hypnotic effect which emanates from the Sacred Potion.
Kroo Ba Dech is a long standing tried and tested Sorceror Monk, who has been Internationally Acclaimed, and called upon to visit far shores around S.E. Asia, with tens of thousands of devotees around the world within his fold. He lives simply in forest ashram monastery and practices the High Kammathana Cemetery Meditations.
His amulets have always been made adhering to ancient formulas of sorcery, with the most rare and powerful magical ingredients used in the Muan Sarn Sacred Powders and Nam Man Prai oil potions he has produced to date. His adept practice has led him to master a vast array of Wicha, be it Takrut, Potions, Muan Sarn Sacred Powders amulets or cast metal alchemical amulets.
Most well known for his Lanna Buddhakun Buddist amulets preserving the ancient methods of making, and his Khmer Necromantic Potions and Occult Charms.
For this See Pheung potion, he used a strict formula according to the Wicha Nak Rak Burut Gao Dton, which apart from a large array of special Muan Sarn Sacred Powders and Oils, needs one special ingredient which si the central core of the potion, to make the spell. That ingredient is the Pong Prai Burut Gao Dton, which is a Necromantic powder made from the mortal remains of 9 men who were great lovers, with many mistresses. Their bones, funeral earths, ashes and fats from the sump of the pyre, are mixed into a Muan sarn base, and the invocations of reanimation spells to summon the libido and successful enchantment power of the nine great lustful spirits, were performed to empower the Pong Prai Burut Gao Dton.
These powders were then mixed with powdered deserted bees nest which Kroo Ba Dech had found many years before in the deep forest when wandering on Tudong, 108 types of Wan Herbal powders for Metta Maha Niyom and Maha Sanaeh were added to this admixture.
These ingredients were then mixed with Hua Chuea Nam Man Prai Necromantic Serum extract from the Burut Gao Dton, and then strenghtened with Pong Lob (Yantra Powders), made through Kroo Ba Dech's own inscriptions, of various kinds of poweders, including; Pong Na Maha Niyom, Pong Na Taep Rampeung, Pong Na Ok Dtaek, Pong Na Laluay, Pong Na Hlong Hlai, Pong Na Ram Rai, Pong Na Orn Jai, and Pong Na Jang Ngang.
A selection of other mixtures of Puttakun Powders and Herbal Powders were added to increase Metta Maha Niyom. All these powders with the Nam Man Prai Oil were mixed together and boiled in the sacred cauldron performing constant invocations. The Invocation Summoning, Awakening and Turning of the Four Elements was performed to Reanimate Living Magic within the See Pheung substance, according to the Ancient Grimoires and Magical Formulas of the Wicha.
The pyre used to boil the saceed cauldron of See Pheung over was also made using the empowered ancient methods, involving three piles of bricks which were individually inscribed with Khom Agkhara spells and empowered with Incantations.
The wood used for the fire, was exclusively from Mai Rak and Mai Mayom, each piece inscribed by hand with Khoma Agkhara spells, to invoke the Rak-Yom magic of Maha Sanaeh Metta Maha Niyom Maha Laluay. Mai rak and Mai Yom are both magical woods which possess Maha Sanaeh and Metta Maha Niyom power to seduce and attract and induce mercy in the hearts of others.
The ceremony area was cordoned off by Kroo Ba Dech with white Sincana cords to keep out black magic and evil spirits, and prevent humans who may have been wandering in the forest from entering within the ceremonial area.
He then raised the Khan Ha ritual offerings to Bucha his Kroo Ba Ajarn and the Lersi, and call upon the Devas and Buddhas to attend and assist in empowering the potion and amulets. he then performed the 108 Incantations of Montr Sanaeha, for 108 times (108 x 108), and performed his Meditative final empowerments and blessings upon the See Pheung.
He then raised the cauldron of See Pheung and took it to his Kuti hut, and spent the next seven moons (months) empowering it in solo every evening.
Each pot of See Pheung received insertion of the Takrut Na Jai Orn heart softener spell, to amplify the already powerful Metta Maha Niyom magic, with a final individual incantation from Kroo Ba Dech performing individual empowerment on each pot of potion as he inserted the Takrut.
Smear a tiny bit of oil on your forehead (between eyebrows), palm of hand, and/or around the mouth or under the chin, before leaving the house. If you smeared some oil on you, you don't have to carry the bottle with you if you don't wish to, or you can too if you wish.
Above Image; Pan Kroo Tray Receptacle for Bucha to See Pheung and Nam Man Prai, or other Amulets
The first time you bring the Oil into the home you should place the bottle on a raised 'Pan' (worship/offerings tray). It is also proper to use a receptacle on altar to keep the See Pheung when not carrying, or for permanent altar worship.