Tapone Koo Riak Ngern Riak Tong Ud Muan Sarn -Wealth Calling War Drums Filled With Sacred Powders - Luang Por Prohm Wat Ban Suan 2558 BE
The Tapone Riak Ngern Riak Tong derives its origins from the War Drum. The Tapone is a kind of large standing ceremonial drum which has been used for hundreds of years in Thailand. The power of a drum to call attention is common knowledge around the world, and its rhythmic method of communicating is entrancing in its own right, which is part of the true magic within the sound of the drum. Drums have been used for ritual practices for this very reason, since the most ancient of times when humans first walked the earth.
As always with the Great Master of Khao Or of the Temple of Wat Ban Suan, A great blessing ceremony was performed. It is en Immensely Fortuitous that we can receive amulets blessed by the current living master of the Khao Or tradition, Luang Por Prohm, at the temple of Wat Ban Suan.
Luang Por Prohm's Wicha Are indeed many fold, For he has mustered many different forms of magic spells invocations and mastery of elemental magic and forces. Developing his psychic powers and practicing The path of Kammathana forest tradition Buddhism, Developing his meditative skill with the Practice of Vipassana.
The Tapone Drums are filled with Powerful Sacred Muan Sarn Powders. The Golden Tapone has a Look Namo metallic slug spell inserted. The Tapone is a traditional and ancient musical instrument (drum) that has been used by the people of Siam since Olden days, It is considered the instrumend of the Devas, specifically Pra Prakone Tan - a Celestial Deva. It is believed to have the Pra Prakone Tan inhabiting it, and must always be revered with incense, flowers and offerings and prayers before it can be played as an instrument.
The Tapone has the image of Pra Pirab Asura Deva emblazoned upon one side, as its ruling Kroo Lersi Deva. The and the image of Pra Paetchalugan Deva, as the resident Kroo Deity emblazoned on it.
The Tapone drum is also considered to be one amongst the instruments of the Devas; the Sangkh (Vishnu/Indra's Conch) the Bando (Tambor Drums), and the Mahorateuk. The Mahorateuk is an instrument of Kings and Royalty, who are assumed to be blessed by the Devas. The Tapone is one of the important instruments used in Wai Kroo ceremonies along with the Bpii Paat, and was used to lead the regiments of soldiers on into battle, in ancient wars.
These Wealth Calling War Drums are designed and empowered with Wicha Maha Lap and Maha Pokasap to acquire and increase wealth and treasured possessions, and raise your level of earnings on a constant upward rate. They have been enchanted with the Ancient Invocations of the Wicha Dtamnak Dtak Sila Khao Or Southern Academy of Sorcery,
Luang Por Prohm Has truly mastered a large array of different forms of sorcery and ways of invoking and inviting Devas, and spirits, to dwell within the various forms of animals and deities, and other effigies which Luang Por Prohm Has learned to master, and control.
The Dtamnak Dtak Sila Khao Or Southern Academy of Sorcery, is perhaps the most famous and long standing lineage of Occult practice that is still alive and kicking to this day, and has a large array of truly adept masters under its list of members, past and present. There is no lineage more famous respected or feared for its truly powerful sorcery, as the Dtamnak Dtak Sila Khao Or.
The drums are protected and empowerred with the ruling Devas of Pra Pirab, and Pra Lersi Paetchalugan. Pra Lersi Paetchalugan was the only Deva, who could follow Shiva Nakaraja's Dance, and was awarded the status of the Patron deva of all the Arts and Sciences, including the Musical and Dancing Arts. Lersi Paetchalugan is one of the Nine Important Boroma Kroo Lersi hermit Gods;
Kata Bucha Pra Ruesi Paetchalugan
Then close your eyes, or gaze at the statue, and ask for the things you wish for deeply within your heart and mind, and focus on the Lersi as you address them to Beseech their Blessings.
Na Song Fa Mo Song Din Put Song Saay Sin Taa Song Samutr Ya Yud Aagaas TaaSong Samutr, Put Song Saay Sin, Mo Song Din, Na Song Faa Leu-Ler Leu-Ler
Bucha Pra Pirab
If you wish to empower the drums with Bucha to Pra Pirab, follow the below instructions to lesser or greater degree, according to your ability.
Chant the Pra Radtana Dtrai first (starting with Idtipiso till ‘Sawagkhaadto’)
Imang Sajja Waajang Atithaami