Siarn Paya Krut Garuda Mask - Nuea Chanuan Phiw Rung 5 Silver Takrut + Sacred Relics, Blessed Rice Grains, Monks Robe - Kroo Ba Aryachat - Wat Saeng Gaew Potiyan
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Siarn Paya Krut Brazen Alchemical Metal Garuda Mask Amulet, filled with Sacred Muan Sarn Powders , embedded with 5 Silver Takrut Scroll Yantra Spells, Elemental Relics, a piece of Civara Robe, Blesséd Rice Grains, and a Spellbound Cord Magic Knot.
The mask itself is cast from Nuea Maha Chanuan Phiw Rung, which is a Sacred Alchemical Metal cast from smelted Artifacts and Yantra Foils, and which has changeable colour tones running through it from the mixture of different kinds of metallic artifacts, resulting in a variation in the colours which run through the metallic substance. The Masks were also made in other Metallic substances, including Nuea Tong Daeng, and Nuea Rakang, with Nuea Maha Chanuan Phiw Rung being the Pim A Ongk Kroo Masterpiece Model.
The Garuda amulet is blessed and empowered by Lanna Master Monk Kroo Ba Aryachat, of Wat Saeng Gaew Potiyan, with addiitional blessings from Pra Ajarn Pob Chote, of Wat Huay Pla Gang in Chiang Rai, Pra Taep Sitti Nayok, of Wat Pra Singh, in Chiang Rai, and Pra Tikatassi Muniwongs of Wat Ta Luang, in Pijit.
The Garuda possesses eight different kinds of powerful blessings within its Aura;
1. Maha Amnaj Commanding Power with Serm Yos Status Increase 2. Gae Aathan Power to remove and emancipate from Black Magic and Sorcery, and Ward off Evil Ghosts and Demonic entities 3. Jaroen Rung Rueang Power to improve Professional Success and Wealthy Fortunes 4. Pongan Pai Power to protect from impending Dangers and Accidents 5. Metta Mahaniyom 'Great Preference' Charm to induce Mercy and Helpfulness and turn things in your favour 6. Rom Yen Pen Sukh Power to ease the stress of Life's hardships and bring a Happy and Peaceful lifestyle. 7. Kaa Khaay Power to increase your Business Sales and Earnings 8 Pongan Sadtw Raay Asura Pis - Protect against Wild Animals and Poisonous Beasts, and the ailments they can bring with their bites and stings.
The Garuda has Great Might and Commanding Power, and symbolizes Development, Advancement and Prosperity. Garuda increases Your Status and Influential Powers. He is the Lord of all birds, and is the Sacred Vehicle of Transport for Pra Narai (Vishnu Deva).
Garuda is a Celestial Deity who was blessed with Invincibility and Immortality, no weapon in the Universe can Destroy him. Even the Lightning Bolts of Indra. Garuda has very quick Intelligence and Wisdom, but is not arrogant and respects others.
He is an Honorable Deva, worthy of admiration. Garuda is most well known for affecting the development and advancement of success and professional status and increase income and wealth. Civil Servants, Police, Military or other Officals should carry and worship Garuda, as well as those who protect their nation or its Leaders.
With the Garuda to watch over you, Bad Luck can hardly befall you, for even Pra Rahu the Lord of Misfortune, can not beat the Immortal Garuda. People born in the year of the rat, buffalo, horse, goat or monkey should also Bucha Paya Krut (Garuda).
Kata Bucha Paya Krut
Om Karubpija Gidtimandtang Ma A U Om Payaa Krut Ruj Ruj Laew Ruay Na Dai Ngern Na Dai Tong Na Dai Sap Na Dai Bun Baaramii Na Mandtang Na Laang Aathan Na Jaroen Na Rung Rueang Na Rung Rojn Na Maedtaa Adtithaami
Om Krutto Kruttaa Mahaa Gamlang Bpappa Sadt-Dtang Na Tan Dtae Dtae Phii Paet-Talaaya
Use to Banish or Exorcize Ghosts, Demons and Sambhavesi
Kroo Ba Aryachat
Kroo Ba Aryachat is a Lanna Master who is famous for his purity of practice and the beauty of artistic style used in all of is amulets, as well as for their high quality and sacred blessings. Kroo Ba Aryachat is also highly revered for his attainments in building many Buddhist Monuments, and for his yearly rite of passage of Nirosagam, where he enters into a solitary confinement to meditate.
In the above picture we see Kroo Ba in the year 2552 BE as he entered the chamber to practice Nirosagam for the eight consecutive time. This practice is repeated every year, and hordes of Devotees flock to the temple to pay reverence when he emerges from his chamber and re-enters the world.
Above, images of the various Master Gaeji Ajarn with whom Kroo Ba Ariachat has learned Wicha with; Kroo Ba Srivichai, Kroo Ba Chum, Kroo Ba Phad, Kroo Ba Noi, Kroo Ba Bun Chum, Kroo Ba Duang Dee, Kroo Ba Por Dabos, Kroo Ba Jantr Gaew, Kroo Ba Dtan, Kroo Ba Indta, Kroo Ba Tueang, Tan Jao Khun Tongchai, and Kroo Ba Chaiyawongsa.