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- Ajarn Nong Wat Sai Khaw
- Luang Por Daeng Wat Khao Bandai It
- Luang Por Guay Chudtintaro Wat Kositaram
- Por Tan Nam Puttasaro Wat Don Sala
- Luang Por Phaew – Wat Tanode Luang
- Luang Por Chuea Sugawanno (Wat Mai Bampen Bun)
- Luang Phu Nai – Wat Ban Jaeng (Ayuttaya)
- Luang Phu Rod (Wat Bang Nam Won)
- Luang Phu Kroo Ba Ban
- Luang Por Daeng Wat Khao Bandai It
- Luang Phor Noi Wat Dhamma Sala
- Luang Por Phang Jidtakudto
- Luang Phu Toop
- Luang Phu Yen
- Luang Por Parn Sunanto
- Luang Por Guay
- Luang Phor Sodh
- Luang Phor Raks (Wat Sutawat Vipassana)
- Luang Phor Kasem Khemago
- Luang Phu Kambu
- Luang Phor Chor
- Luang Phor Supot
- Luang Phor Simplii
- Luang Por Suang Apayo (Wat Chee Ba Khaw)
- Phor Tan Jao Khun Juea
- Luang Por Nok (Wat Sangkasi)
- Luang Por Lae Tidtappo (Wat Khao Song)
- Luang Por Hyord (Wat Gaew Jaroen)
Hwaen Pirod Hua Dtakror 1 Khad Niyom First Edition - Magic Ring of Power + Protection 2.1 Cm - Luang Por Sai Wat Tong Kung
Hwaen Pirod 1 Khad Niyom Run Raek 1st Edition Magic Ring of Power + Protection - Luang Por Say - Wat Tong Kung . Presenting an extremely rare example of the first edition 'Niyom' preferred version Hwaen Yant Dtakror Pra Pirod ring of Power and Protection, in 'Nuea Tong Pasom' golden brazen alchemical Brass and Gold alloy, from Luang Por Say, of Wat Tong Kung, in Singhburi, Ang Tong Province.
This ring is the first edition and also is the Pim Niyom preferred version and much rarer than the already rare Pim Song Hneung Khad (single weave). The Hwaen Dtakror Pra Pirod ring of Luang Por Sai was made using extremely difficult ancient methods, which require the Yant Dtakror woven part of the ring to be firrst modelled using magical candle wicks to plaid together using a single cord, in individual rings knots, and empower it with incantations. The knots were then inserted within the wax mold of the ring, where the head of the ring will be formed, and then poured in the alchemical metal substance.
The wax molds were then inserted within tin containers under the ground and wait for the rings to cool down from their molten state, and the wax to run out of the molds, leaving the rings within. Once the rings were removed from their casting molds, they were polished from the blackened stains of casting process using traditional olden days method, of using the tail bone of the stingray fish to polish the rings with.
We can see the white 'Kraap' powdery substance attached to the rings, which is sacred 'Paeng' empowered powder paste smeared onto the ring by Luang Por during blessing ceremony. This is only seen on a very few exhibits.
The rings were made in various forms and in different alchemical metals, including Muea Tong Pasom (Brass Based Alloy), Nuea Ngern (Silver), and Nuea Tong Kam (solid gold). The brass based Nuea Tong Pasom version was mixed with a generous helping of solid gold during the smelting of the sacred alchemical metal, provided by the Pha Moke Goldsmiths.
Luang Por Sai of Wat Tong Kung was a Gaeji Ajarn Guru Monk of the Ang Tong Province, who inherited his wicha from OIlden days Guru Master Luang Por Gim, of Wat Klang, who was one of the Greatest Masters of the region in the history of the Ang Tong Province.
Luang Por Gim introduced Luang Por Sai to the Great Luang Por Glan of Wat Prayat, who is a well known Master Adept of Benjapakee amulet making, and also introduced him to learn Wicha from the Great Luang Por Im of Wat Hua Khao, who was an Elder Master of that Era, and comrade of Luang Phu Suk ( Wat Pak Klong Makham Tao). Luang Por Sai learned the Wicha Yant Dtakror Hwaen Pirod from Luang Por Im, who was so famous for his Legendary Magic Hwaen Pirod, and Hwaen Ngu snake head Rings.
Luang Por Sai became equally famous for his Wicha and his powerful Hwaen Dtakror Pra Pirod amulets, and his rings became equallly revered in in high demand by the Looksit (devotees), and these days, it is very rare to be able top find a ring from any edition made by Luang Por Sai.
He made several different styles of ring, this one being the Pim Niyom Khad Diaw' which refers to the knotted head of the ring possessing simpler and thicker weave, to the standard version which has thinner weave to it as well as a double plaid.
The beauty of the ring is also something that cannot go unnoticed, which is also inimitable in its appearance, and is recognisable as a classic Luang Por Sai Hwaen Pirod ring, for its special golden tone to the alchemical metal substance it is forged from, and for the beauty of the Hua Pirod knotwork, which has its own original and distinctive appearance when placed next to other Hwaen Pirod rings.
Luang Por Say afforded the use of the olden days methods in the same fashion as applied by Luang Por Im. The rings are known for their power to fend off poisonous beasts, and for its Klaew Klaad and Kong Grapan Chadtri Maha Ud Power.
The ring is very popular with soldiers who guard the borders of Thailand, to protect them against weaponry and projectiles, and is one of the famous classics. One cannot talk about Hwaen Pirod rings without mentioning Luang Por Say and his Hwaen Pirod Hua Dtakror ring of Power and Protection, for he was one of the top Masters for this kind of amulet, which remains true to this day.
The Hwaen Pra Pirod is a Warrior's and Sorceror's Ring, imbued with Protective Magick and Maha Amnaj Power to Command both Humans and Devas. The Wicha Hwaen Pirod, is an extremely ancient form of Sorcery, which was used by Ancient Folk, and was still very much in use up to about the Second World War Era.
The Modern Era saw this Wicha begin to become a much less commonly seen amulet, as times of peace brought people to seek more Metta Maha Niyom and Maha Sanaeh, Maha Lap type Wicha, for wealth, love and happiness, instead of protection from weaponry.
The Hwaen Pra Pirod remained an essential talisman for gunmen, military and police, as well as bodyguards and secret service agents, and of course bandits. But the common folk needed this kind of amulet less, and so the Hwaen Pra Pirod became the rare Wicha it has become today.
'Niyom' Level (Level of Appreciation)
The Hwaen Pra Pirod of Luang Por Say, is considered a very powerful protection against weaponry and deadly accidents, making this a highly desirable amulet for those seeking Maha Ud, Klaew Klaad and Kong Grapan Chadtri. The wearer should not 'Dtaay Hoeng', meaning, will not die in disastrous circumstances.
Wicha Hwaen Pirod
The Hwaen Pirod ring, was an essential part of the occult and ceremonial armory and regalia of the ancient Warrior of Siam. The Warriors of Olden Days used both scientific weaponry such as swords, knives, maces, lances, clubs and other weaponry and armour, but also armed themselves with a highly practiced and memorised repertoire of Magical Spells and Sorcery, to protect and aid in winning the battle.
The Wicha Kong Grapan and Klaew Klaad are both directly derived from the Warrior Clans, who recieved these Wicha from their Lersi Kroo Ba Ajarn, for their own protection. The ring is made from Sacred Yantra Cloth, Sinjana Corpse Cords and coated with laquer.
The Pra Pirod Ring Amulet is a Wicha of Kong Grapan Chadtri and Klaew Klaad Evasive Protection is effective as a protective spell against all forms of black magic, sorcery, evil eye, demons.
It Protects against physical dangers, which derive from weapons of war, sharp and blunt instruments. Klaew Klaad Evasive Magic is also inflected to prevent any deadly accidents or disasters from befalling the wearer.
Klaew Klaad Evasive Magic is also inflected to prevent any deadly accidents or disasters from befalling the wearer. The ring offers Protection against Black Magic, and all forms of Sorcery, Curses, Evil Eye, Demons. Protection and Evasion from all Physical Dangers, all sharp and projectile weapons, and especially death by fire and burning.
The Wicha Tam Hwaen Pra Pirod, is a very ancient form of Magical Sorcery, from very long before the Siamese Kingdom existed. It was used by Warriors in ancient times throughout the Southeast Asian continent, and particularly later, during the times of war between the Kingdoms of the Khmer and Siam.
This magic spell was also seen in olden days to be made as an arm-band, called a ‘Prajiad’, which was, and is indeed still in ceremonial form, worn by Muay Thai boxers, and was worn into battle by warriors of olden days. Both the Prajiad, and the Hwaen Pra Pirod, use the same form of magic spell which consists of entwinement and binding spells, with Maha Ud, Kong Grapan Chadtri and Klaew Klaad Powers.
The material used for the making of these magical rings of protection is Sinjana Cords and Yantra Cloth. Very few Guru Masters who still possess this particular magic spell in these days, and knows its methods of making. It can almost be said to have nearly died out in its entirety, as a form of magic spell.
This Wicha as old as that all of Sak Yant sacred geometry tattoos, which also dates centuries back into the far-flung history of South East Asian occultism. To see this kind of amulet, is these days in any case extremely rare. For this reason, as well as for it’s immense ancient sacred powers the Amulets, is also highly collectible and then extremely interesting item to possess as an exhibit, in one’s personal showcase.
Kata Pra Pirod - Incantations for putting on, and removal of the Magic Warrior Ring of Protection and Power 'Hwaen Pra Pirod' often also commonly known as 'Hwaen Dtakror'.
This Incantation is also used for invoking and putting to sleep of the spell within the Sak Yant Tattoo 'Yant Pirod', and 'Yant Look Dtakror'.
Kata Hwaen Pirod
Om Pra Pirod Khord Pra Pinai
(Chant 9 Times when placing the ring on or hanging it on your neckchain for wearing)
Om Pra Pinai Klaay Pra Pirod
(Chant 9 times when removing the ring, or taking of your neckchain or pendant holder)
Kata Hwaen Pirod
Given by the Kroo Ruesi Pra Pirod - which are 4 Akghara Khom for Bucha;
MU MA KHA KHU
There are 16 different ways to invoke the various powers within the Hwaen Pirod for different purposes, which is performed by changing the sequence of four Khom Agkhara syllables into different sequences, resulting in differing effects.
MA MU KHU KHA - Klaew Klaad (Evasion of Dangers)
MA KHU MU KHA = Gambang, Haay Dtua, Kon Mai Hen, Kon Jam Mai Dai (Invisibility and Evasion of Enemies)
MA KHA MU KHU = Kong Grapan Chadtri Kong Ton Dtor Sastrawut (Invincibility against Weaponry)
MA MU KHA KHU = Maha Amnaj (commanding power and influence)
MU MA KHA KHU = Maha Choke, Maha Lap (receive Lucky Fortunes, Winnings and Gifts without Effort)
MU KHA KHU MA = Yord Niyom (Great preference - for making Prayer Water for spraying your wares/place of work/business to get Good Sales in Business)
MU KHU MA KHA = Serm Duang Rasi (Improve Karma and Line of Fate, Good Horoscope)
MU MA KHU KHA = Maha Pokasap Maha Sombadt (Great Wealth, Treasures, and Prosperous Living)
KHU KHA MA MU = Maha Jang Ngang (Stun Spell - grab a girls hand and she wont cry out)
KHU MU KHA MA = Maha Sanaeh (Man or Woman sees you, and becomes Obsessed)
KHU MA KHA MU = Hen Yoo Midai (He or She sees you once, Misses and thinks of You all the Time)
KHU MU MA KHA = Metta Mahaniyom (Enter to approach a Superior/Boss, and even if they were angry, the anger will fade and Mercy will Prevail)
KHA KHU MU MA = Sakod Sadtw Pis Raay (Command over Poisonous Beasts, Ghosts and Evil Spirits such as Cobras and Giant Centipedes, who will not approach if you use this Kata)
KHA MU KHU MA = Gaew Som Hwang Wised (Wish Fulfilment Crystal Spell - Make a Wish)
KHA MA MU KHU = Chana Kwaam (Win all Conquests and Outcomes, be it a Courtroom or Parliament, you should come out winning your case)
KHA KHU MA MU = Atithaan Bpaag (Word Spell - Things will happen in the fashion that we declare using words - say the words first then chant the Kata, or if you prefer, chant the Kata, then say the words, then chant the Kata once more, whilst thinking of what the words meant).
The ring, if too small or large to fit on the finger, should be worn around the neck on the pendant chain, or can be carried in the pocket, for concealement. Being generally small in size, they can be encased in waterproof casing, or, be just placed inside the pocket. Wearing the amulet concealed inside one’s pocket, is very popular with many members of the military, due to the fact, that these days, one is not allowed to wear a ring whilst in service, or in battle.