Takrut Suea Tone Nuea Tong Daeng Mad Chueak Khaw - Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai
The Takrut Suea Tone Tong Daeng Maha Jang-Ngang Yantra Foil Scroll Spell is imbued with the Magickal properties of Maha Jang-Ngang (stun spell), Metta Maha Niyom (mercy charm), and Maha Amnaj (Commanding Dominion over others).
Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai, of Wat Mae Ya has inscribed each individual yantra Foil with the Yant Suea Tone Tiger Spell, performing the lengthy formulas of incantations throughout the process, and binding them with white Sincana cords to seal the spell, and provide a method of attaching the Takrut to a waist cord or other suitable method.
Due to the fact that Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai does not use the help of his devotees to inscribe the Yant, all of his editions are small limited series editions, which receive his personal individual empowerment for each individual Takrut he makes in his Kuti Hut during evening meditations, and final Abhiseka Empowerment after all amulets are completed, in proper Ceremony at Wat Mae Ya.
Size: 8 Centimeters Long
This Takrut is an ancient spell for stunning lovers, friends and enemies (into submission or convert them into friends), and imbues the wearer with Dominion over Others through Seductive Influence. The Takrut is also a well for business attraction (hunter of prey), and mercy charm. The spell is retrieved from from the Dtamra Grimoires of Thai Lanna Sorcery, found in the annals of the archives at Wat Mae Ya temple, in Tak Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai has researched and mastered these Wicha, to bring us rare and half-forgotten ancient wicha of the Lanna Folk.
Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai curates and develops the museum of sorcery grimoires of the temple, recovering lost tomes and recompiling them to preserve the secret spells within their encoded pages. Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai is`currently flourishing in his Magical Trajectory, and has presented his Devotees with a large range of new amulets of his own making, which preserve and publicise the existence of many rarely seen and in danger of becoming forgotten Wicha of the Ancient Folk of the Northern Lanna Regions of Thailand and surrounding Borders.
This amulet is yet another a 'Serp Dtamnan' item of historical and magical importance conserved by Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai. The words 'Serp San Dtamnan Lanna', mean that this is an ancient amulet that is in danger of being lost to the modern era, and through its making and renewed explanation of its meanings, is not only a Magical Amulet of Ancient Times and Great Power, but that its making in the present Era, is an act of preservation of Ancient Thai Lanna Occultism.
Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai has put many hours of work into inscribing and spellbinding each single amulet with his own hand, with constant empowerment through incantation and willful meditative intent, These amulets are made with exactly the same hand made applied methods as used by the ancient Lanna Folk.
Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai has thus not only brought us an authentic Ancient Sorcery Spell, but has preserved the Wicha for many future Generations, by reviving true knowledge of its existence, uses and meanings, and methods of making, for the preservation of this truly inimitable spell of the Lanna Magical Arts. Below image shows the Yant Suea Tone inscription from the Animist Wicha of the Northern Lanna Wicha, kindly allowed to publish for preservation purposes, by permission of Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai.
There are many different ancient Kata in existence for the invocation of Metta / Maha Sanaeh in the Practice of Thai Buddha Magic, which can be used for this Takrut. Incantation is one of the base elements of Magical Empowerment, and serves many purposes from calling upon Devas and Spirits to assist, up to invoking the strengths or qualities of a particular animal or element to assist in achieving ones desired results.
Before praying to Buddhist Amulets with any supplementary Kata, you should always perform the Maha Namasakara 3 times first