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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
Pra Rahu Om Jantr Eclipse God Swallowing the Moon - Kroo Ba Nanta - Wat Tung Man Dtai
Large Size Rahu Om Jantr Ancient Amulet In One Eyed Coconut Powders and Black Bailan parchment Grimoire Powders, from Olden days Lanna Master Guru Monk Kroo Ba Nanta Nanto Bhikku, of Wat Tung Man Dtai, in Lampang.
The Pra Rahu of Kroo Ba Nanta is a very rare thing to come by, and is highly revered by Business Owners and those who are in High Administrative Positions, as well as those who seek to turn their fate around.
It is not known when Kroo ba Nanta began making Rahu Amulets, except that old people who lived during his time, say that he had made them as long as they could remember.
The earliest actual evidence of his making the Rahu amulets was found inscribed on a Kala ta Diaw Rahu Image from Kroo ba Nanta with the year 2456 BE, which is considered to be one of his earlier one eyed coconut shell carvings.
The amulet measures 5 x 4 Cm, and is made from Black Bailan Parchment Grimoire, and Sorcerous Powders. Kroo ba Nanta Nanto Bhikkhu was considered the older of the 2 Greatest Masters of the Wicha Pra Rahu of that particular Era, the other most famous Master being of course Luang Por Noi, of Wat Srisa Tong.
Kroo Ba Nanta was born in 2415 BE, and was indeed the older of these two Great Guru masters of Wicha, both of whom were famous for the Pra Rahu, and also the Wua Tanu Sacred Arrow Bull animist charm.
Many people believe that Kroo ba Nanta was the Kroo Ba Ajarn of Luang Por Noi, but this is in fact a myth. Each of these Masters had their own personal Trajectories and their amulets differ in style and empowerment methods.
It would be more accurate to not compare the two, and to see that Kroo Ba Nanta and Luang Por Noi are equally Meritorious in their Mastery, and were perhaps the greatest Adepts of Wicha Pra Rahu in living memory.
Kroo Ba Nanta was an Upachaya Monk (entitled to ordain people as monks, which is one of the highest statuses), and was responsible for having built many important Buddhist Edifices in Lampang, Chiang Rai, Payao, and surrounding provinces, including Uposatha Shrine Rooms for temples, Chedi Stupas (22 in all), Kuti Huts, and 26 Vihara Shrines.
It is said that during the times of great difficulty of the Monk Kroo ba Srivichai, as Kroo ba Srivichai was placed under house arrest, that Kroo Ba Nanta made a Pra Rahu Kala Ta Diaw Amulet to pray to for the release of Kroo Ba Srivichai, and that he was released shortly after this.
If you feel that your Fate and Horoscope is not Auspicious, then it could be that Pra Rahu is interfering. You can solve this problem by making Bucha offerings to Pra Rahu every Wednesday; Light 10 black incense sticks (‘Toop’ in Thai), and five types of black offerings (e.g. black sticky rice, black jelly grass drink, black semolina or sago pudding and the like).
12 repetitons of the Kata Bucha Pra Rahu are to be Chanted;
Idtipiso Pakawaa Pra Rahuu Sataewaa Samaa Winyaana Idtipiso Pakawaa Putta Sangmi
Kata Surya Buppaa (to be chanted in the daylight)
Gusaedto Ma Ma Gusaedto-dto Laalaa Ma Ma Dtolaamo Tolaamo Ma Ma Tolaamo Ma Ma Tolaamodtang Haegudti Ma Ma Haegudti
Kata Jantra Bupaa (to be chanted in the night time)
Yadt-thadtang Ma Ma Dtangthaya Dtawadtang Mamadtang Wadtidtang Saegaa Ma Ma Gaasaegang Gaadtiyang Ma Ma.Gaadtiyang Ma Ma Yadtigaa
When you begin to Bucha Rahu Deity, you should make the first ever session in the evening of a Wednesday (any time from 7 pm onwards).
After you have done this once, you can make Bucha in the daytime if you wish, but the first time you must include the food offerings of black foods as well as the black incense.
The second time onwards, only the incense is necessary in the daytime, if it is a lot of trouble to get the food offerings.