Ta Ruay (Rich Uncle) Hun Payont Sai Sin Kwan Wan Pra Jantr Paen - Full Moon Invoked Prai Grasip Ghost - Luang Phu Jantr Wat Sa Bpa Siw

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Ta Ruay Hun Payont made from Sincana Cords with herbal lacquer coating, and gold leaf - a rare release and highly worthwhile amulet to have, from Luang Phu Jantr of Wat Sa Bpa Siw. Protection of Self and One's Wealth, and Bringer of Great Prosperity, Ghost Whisperer who throws hints of Lucky Windfalls. Anti Black Magick and Household Protector.

Ta Ruay means 'Rich Uncle', and is due to the ancient Necromantic Invocation methods of using Muan Sarn ingredients collected from rich gamblers, successful casinos, and other places and objects which have always had wealth and treasures surrounding them.

This Hun Payont type Hoeng Prai Ghost, is invoked and has agreed with Luang Phu Jantr, to perform the missions and fulfil the requests of those Devotees who revere the Hun Payont Ta Ruay. The spiritual presence of the Mind of the Hoeng Prai is then bound within the forms of the Hun Payont Ta Ruay, and brought to life with Incantations and the Use of Prai Magick.

Using the Sincana cord threads which Thai Buddhist Monks use to bind the hands of the deceased, and connect with Sacred Objects including themselves as chanting of the Abhidhamma begins, channeling the prayers through the hands of the Monks, around the Buddhas in the ceremonial area, and through into the hands of the deceased, for them to hear the Abhidhamma.

The Abhidhamma Kata is commonly known as a 'Chant of the Dead' in Thailand, as the Funeral Chant. But in truth, the Abhidhamma is a way of filing the Tripitaka Canon with all the Dhamma Sermons within it, in various ways, namely seven.

You can use the Jua Jai pra Apitam Kata (heart mantra of the Abhidhamma), to empower the Hun Payont Ta Ruay and charge him up with power;

SANG WI TĀ BU GA YA BA

To Chant this 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, or even better, 108 Times, is especially powerful for this Incantation

The Hun Payont were empowered during the full moon on the 12th Lunar cycle of the Year 2558 BE. This was the most powerful astrological event for the empowerment and reanimation of the Hun Payont Ta Ruay.


The Hun Payont were made according to the ancient methods of the Wicha Hun Payont. The Invocation Summoning, Awakening and Turning of the Four Elements was performed to Reanimate Living Magic within the Static Form, according to the Ancient Grimoires and Magical Formulas of the Wicha.


The Hun Payont is intended for use as a personal ‘Fetch’. Fetch is an Occult Terminology, referring to a personal obedient assistant in the spirit world, which has a physical form to inhabit in Talismanic Form. The Thai Hun Payont, is quite comparable to a Golem, who watches over you and obeys your commands. In Jewish folklore, a Golem (/ˈɡoʊləm/ goh-ləm; Hebrew: גולם‎) is an animated anthropomorphic being, magically created entirely from inanimate matter.


The word was used to mean an amorphous, unformed material (usually out of stone, wood, rattan and clay) in Psalms and medieval writing. (Wikipedia). In Siam, the Hun Payont was traditionally made using bound rattan, straw, or molded froom earthen clay, and even cast metal statues are found to be used, with different ‘Wicha’ (Sorcerous Methods of Empowerment), in order to perform successful reanimation of the Effigy.


Kata Pluk Hun Payont

(Awaken the Hun Payont)

Om Pluk Maha Pluk Goo Ja Pluk Phu Payont Duay Jae Dti Aa Gang Naa Ma Payont Ni So Sa A Naa Ma Dtae

Kata Bucha Hun Payont

So Sa A Ni So Sa A Ni Sa A Ni So A So A So Ni Ni Sa A So Ni So A So A Ni Yo Sa A A Ni So Sa Sa Ma Su

Chant 9 Times


Before taking the Hun Payont into the house, you must light 16 Incense sticks and pray to the Jao Tee (local Devas and Spirit Guardians) and inform them that the Hun Payont is another welcome member of the Family.

For Bucha to Hun Payont - Light one stick of Incense, and chant the following Kata;

Jijeruni Jidtang Jaedtasigang Iibpang Nimidtang Por Payont Ta Ruay Aakajchaahi Aehi Aehi Na Ma Pa Ta Na La Poo Dtaa

Kata for giving food and offerings

Yanginji Jidtang Itawaa Arungwaa Pochanangwaa Punchandti Aehi Na Ma Pa Ta Na La Poo Dtaa

You can be flexible with what you offer, depending on what is convenient or what you feel your Deities will like to receive. Light incense sometimes, and chant the Kata often. Some people also offer Whiskey and Fresh boiled pork on Banana Leaf or Pandan leaf.

Kata for asking permission to use the Hun Payont to help complete a mission or other task.

Puttang Mahaa Araatanaanang Atitdthaami Puttang Mahaa Bprasittimae Tammang Mahaa Aaraatanang Atidthaami Tammang Mahaa Bprasittimae Sangkang Mahaa Aaraatanaanang Atidthaami Sangkang Mahaa Bprasittimae


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