Takrut Nak Giaw - Naga Charm for increasing Riches and Protection from Danger - Nuea Ngern (Solid Silver Masterpiece Version) - Wai Kroo 53 Edition - LP Naen Kampiro - Wat Ban Kaset Thung Sethee
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Extremely Finely Honed Naga sheath encircles this Takrut Charm from Luang Phu Naen Kampiro, with the Yant Nak Giaw magical spell incription. Empowered with the famously powerful Incantations of Luang Phu Naen, this Naga Takrut is not just a piece of Fine Buddhist Art and Decorative accessory, rather, a very powerful Magical Charm and Protective Talisman to increase the Wealth and Prosperity and Protect the wearer from Harms Way. This is the Masterpiece Top range version in Solid Silver
Both the Takrut foil, and the Naga Serpent outer frame casing is made from 'Nuea Ngern' (Solid Silver). Released in 2553 for the Wai Kroo (Master Day) Ceremony. This amulet is indisputably beautiful with a very high quality of design and crafstmanship, which makes the amulet attractive for both Sacred and Aesthetic reasons.
The Buddhist Periodic Artistic Influence in the Design of the Nagas displays a flavour of Laoatian Influence, with the short Flared Crests of the Nagas, suggesting the Lanna Northern Magic at Work. This particular Naga Deity is the Naga whom Luang Phu Naen has seen in visions and who he respects; 'Phu Paya Nak Sri Sutto'. Phu Paya Nak Sri Sutto, is a very powerful Naga with extremely potent Sorcery in his command. He is the Ruler of all the Nagas in the Mekhong River, and has immense treasures hidden under the watery domain of the Naga Underworld.
To empower these amulets, LP Naen enetered Meditation and entered the Subtle Body, and travelled to the Underworld to ask Phu Paya Nak Sri Sutto, wgo gave his blessings to create the Takrut in his image and said that it should have two Nagas, as his Manifest image. The two Nagas shold be entwined in a coil around the Takrut. One is 'Nakii' and the other is 'Naakaa'.
On the inside of the Takrut Spell, Luang Phu Naen completed the the Inscription and Empowerments through performing the Incantation of the 'Hua Jai Paya Nak Kam Duang' Spell.
He used the Wicha from Por Phu Paya Nak Sri Sutto, and in addition, employed Dtecho Kasin (Fire Kasina) empowerment, a Wicha which he has inherited through mediumship from The Ruesi Hermit 'Por Phu Ruesi Dta Fai'.
Kata Bucha Takrut Nak Giaw
(Chant Namo Tassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa 3 times first)
Idti Bpiso Pakawaa Ang A Sa Na Ma Pa Ta Sri Sutto Naama Naakii Naakaa Bpiyang Ma Ma Na Mo Put Taa Ya
Chant 9 Times and then make your wish.
He who makes Bucha to this Takrut will be bestowed with the following blessings
Klaew Klaad/Kong Grapan - Invincibility against attack and Protection / Evasion / Escape from Dangers
Choke Lap, Kaa Khaay, Maha Lap, Mahaniyom, Maha Saneh - Attraction, Popularity, Charm, Riches, Prosperity and Happiness, Promotion, Increased Sales