Taewada Hlong Hong Saw Sam Moo Ban Kin Nam Bor Diawgan 2553 BE Prai Powders 7 Takrut in Base LP Bpan Wat Na Dee
Paetch Payatorn (Taewada Hlong Hong), Wicha Gariang Kor Ma Saw sam Moo Ban Kiin Bor Diawgan (3 maidens from 3 towns drink from the same well multiple lovers spell, from the great deceased Hillltribe Master Monk Luang Phu Bpan, in Pure Gammagarn Maha Sanaeh Powders . The most concentrated Black Prai Maha Sanaeh powders were used to make this art first seemingly unobtrusive and inconspicuous mercy charm amule,t with the Paetch Payatorn Wicha invoked, whose immense beauty of design is relatively hidden by its blackness, but which, when admired under the eye loupe in bright light, reveals a most subtle and elegant design on both sides of the amulet. Filled with the Pure power of power of Maha Sanaeh instilled within this amulet, which uses the Seductive Khun Phaen Taewada Long Hong spell, and Hilltribe Long Neck Magic of the Wicha Gariang Kor Ma Maha Sanaeh, an ancient magical Thai Lanna Sorcery formula mixed with Paetch Payatorn Magic.
Seven extremely powerful Takrut Charm spells empower this amulet, which is so very incredibly rich in rare sacred powders herbs and substances. Luang Phu Bpan has created with this last edition ever released before his passing, yet another Masterpiece amulet in both the artistic and psychic sense, continuing the legend of Gariang Kor Ma magical lineage. This was the laste ever release in 2553-2554 Be after which LP Bpan passed on.
The Muan Sarn powders use exclusively Gariang (Karen tribe) Kor Ma magic (Kor Ma means horse neck/long neck). Using Pong Dam Maha Sanaeh, and Pong Gariang Kor Ma, and Bai Mayom Sek (the leaf on the rear face), to make the Khun Phaen Taewada Long Hong Saw Sam Moo Ban Kin Bor Diawgan.
7 Takrut for wealth, enchantment, and mercy attraction power are inserted into the base of the amulet. The Takrut traveres the whole interior of the amulet and are visible on both ends.
A detailed synopsis uncovering some of the mysteries of the Paetch Payatorn can be heard in the below Podcast from Ajarn Spencer Littlewood;
On the occasion of the Puttapisek blessing and empowerment, Luang Phu Bpan would not release the amulets for mass empowerment with other monks until he had taken each and every single one of them personally and empowered and blew his spells into them. He then gave them to Luang Por Pan to empower alone, which took about ten days of constant spellcasting and blowing.
After this, he still wouldnt let them be released, until they were all soaked in Nam Man Suea Poohying (Womanizer Oil), and be chanted into for another three days. Both Luang Phu Bpan and Luang Por Pan empowered them during this time.
Luang Phu Bpan composed the recipe for the Muan Sarn of this amulet selecting the most powerful special ingredients he knew, to attempt a super powerful attraction and business charm.
The front face of the amulet has the Tewada Paetch Payatorn Deva, surrounded by a Harem of Maidens. Miniscule spell inscriptions in Khom Pali are visible.The bottom base of the amulet has 7 Takrut Ma Koo Nang.
Specially aimed for promiscuous people to to use, but also for those seeking protection, as the black Paetch Payatorn possesses these properties too. Luang Phu Bpan has added extremely powerful and magnetic spells and sacred ingredients to create one of the most powerful Maha Sanaeh amulets around. The only amulets we find to be as strong as these for charm magic are also from the same Master LP Bpan. We believe strongly in LP Bpans amulets, and dare to recommend them to our users. This edition is now ultra rare, and we are happy to have found some of the last remaining examples of this edition, which have now depleted since Luang Phu's passing.
Kata for all amulet which use the Wicha Gariang Kor Ma
Om Naa Ya Ya Su Na Moe Khoe Sa Ra Dti Jidt Dtang Maa Re Ma Ma Ehi Ehi Naa Kha Ya Na Bpa Mak Ka Cha Ka Ya Kha Na Jidt Dtang Sa Maa Ka Naa Samaa Ka Na Home Cha Ka Sa Waa Haa
Kata Pluk Pra Krueang Maha Sanaeh Gariang Kor Ma
Kata Bucha Paetch Payatorn
Om Sivaling Naam Waa Pra Paetch Payatorn Kuay Ngaam Bpen Neung Grapong Ngaam Bpen Sorng Dtua Ngaam Bpen Saam Kwaam Ngaam Bpen See Kwaam Dee Bpen Haa Tan Jong Sadaeng Rittaa Nai Daan sanaeh Maedttamahaniyom Chay Hen Chay Hlon Hying Hen Rak Krai Sanaehaa Eeg Tang Choke Laap mang Mee Aehi Ma Maa Khamaa Mihang