THANK YOU AND STAY SAFE TO EVERYONE OF OUR LOYAL CUSTOMERS!!! Takrut LP Suk Wat Makhamtao. Takrut - The Sacred Incantation Scroll Takrut or better known as Tangkai by other culture is a well-known talisman of Thai origin for a long time. It is a holy scripture texts in the form of summarized Yant mantra written onto a sheet of lead, silver, copper or even gold.The inscribed Yant is written on it and then crafted according to arcane sciences and deep meditation by the guru monk or Archan before they are handed out to devotees. Takrut scroll can be easily distinguished with its rolled up form with sacred Yant scripts written on the scroll. LP Kalong Wat Khao Laem.
Luang Phor Kalong is recognised as one of Thailand's true Guru Monks, practised in the arts of meditation, telepathy and magical incantations. The reverend, Kalong was born on a Saturday in the second lunar month of 1919 in Klong 7, Pathumthani Province. His mother was from Supanburi Province she was Luang Phor Niam's younger sister, making Luang Phor Kalong the nephew of Luang Phor Niam of Wat Noi Temple, who incidentally was a senior master of Supanburi Province.
It was told that before his birth, Bang, an old man living opposite was fishing in the night saw a Reusi/Lersi holding a young child's hand that walked into the house. He raised his hands and joined his palm in gesture of respect and paid respect with full conviction. He then focussed his mind to make a vow, If what I saw is real may the child born in this house definitely be a boy.
If it is so I will quit my occupation and cease hauling fish forever. " Thereafter not long, LP's mother gave birth to LP and named him, "Galong which means flying crow. As for Bang, he kept his vow and also kept silence about this matter. Ever since then Bang constantly kept an eye on little Galong discreetly. LP Tae Wat Sam Ngam.
According to ancient scriptures there is a powerful Takrut known as Maha RankNgap Maha Chakapat. Its said to be extremely difficult to make this special Takrut that is endowed with supernatural powers for the individual who possess it. The special meaning of Maha RankNgap is Great power to stop, obstruct or defeat and conquering victory. Maha Chakapat is Great energies consisting of Mahalap, Maha Metta, MahaSaneh, MahaNiyom, Pokkasap, and KlaewKard.
This ancient art dated back to the warring period of Ayutthaya. Today not many practitioners can master the making of this highly efficacious Takrut as it demands extreme skillful mind aptitude and knowledge. In essence, the ultimate purpose of Takrut Maha RakNgap Maha Chakapat is to stop or defeat any negative element that may affect the bearer of this Takrut scroll.
For example when an individual carries it alongside, he will be blessed with safe passage wherever he goes. It can also prevent the bearer against robbery, burglary and other malicious disturbance. As it is endowed with Maha Chakapat force, it can also provide positive energies resulting in good fortune, opposite sex attraction, loving kindness, and invulnerability to the bearer. Ancient testimony always mentioned that to own a piece of Takrut MahaRakNgap MahaChakapat is much more valuable than to have any diamonds from heaven.
Wrist Takrut In retrospect, Takrut talisman is very popular with people in dangerous professions such as police or military. However, the usage of Takrut does not only confine within these dangerous profession alone. Anyone can carry this talisman for added protection or for a special purpose as specified by the maker.It works similarly with any other type of contemporary amulets but just that amulets can have various designs and can contain many materials. Rare Crystal TAKRUT Leklai Magic Holy Hermit Pai Dum Protect Danger #10380a. Thais strongly believed in the power and sacred magic of Takrut for its effects in offering protection and increase serenity of mind to the bearer.
This occult practice had a long history since the Ayutthaya warring period that is still very popular until today. Takrut is usually worn by Thai men on a waist cord for its protective efficacy (Kongkrapan) against harm and danger and on the neck for authority (Maha Amnat).
Takruts made from lead, tin ore and copper sheets are appropriate for warding off danger, accidents, sharp weapons and bullet fires (Konkrapan or invulnerability), authoritative power (Maha Amnat), dispelling evil forces and scheming characters. Until this day Thais believed that sacred objects namely Takrut and Prajioud armbands created by Ajahn Thamma Chot (a Buddhist monk during the Burmese invasion on Ayutthaya Kingdom) have very great protective powers to triumph over the enemy. In the true historical event during the downfall of the kingdom, Bangrajan village had only a few thousand brave warriors and yet they managed to ward off 50,000 strong Burmese soldiers. Kruba krissana Wat Pamahawan Takrut from tim lead of takua. It must be noted that there is a vast variety of Takrut scrolls made from many different materials such as Prajioud armband usually worn by Thai Boxers, Monks waist belt, Tiger fur, Snake skin, Bamboo, Bullet shell, auspicious type of wood, etc.
In whichever form of material it may be made from, it always come with a written Yant scripture and further sanctified by the master maker to make it efficacious. LP Koon Wat Banrai According to LP Koon, his Takrut'Thong Kam' will not create any complication to the human body because it was made of pure gold. With LP Koons assurance that it is safe, thousands of people had sought the Masters miraculous Takrut insertion over the years without any side effect being reported thus far. LP Koon advises people that with this tiny gold Takrut insertion, upon encountering danger just remember and pray to him.
As such, this is the mystical marvel of this golden sacred incantation scroll. Furthermore, Takruts can also intensify the fighting spirits of the bearer. This is especially relevant to Muay Thai boxers in Thailand. The Thais firmly believed that wearing a Takrut during a fight can prevent the fighting spirit from declining. However, in every boxing tournament wearing a foreign object such as Takrut is not allowed.
Therefore, many boxers would have a Takrut inserted inside their body in order not to infringe the boxing regulations. The aesthetic beauty and practical application of Takruts can be worn by just anyone, any place, and in any combination with any contemporary amulets.
Lets look at an example where some devotees and amulet collectors would insert a piece of the Masters gold Takrut glued onto the surface of the rian medallion with great emphasis in paying respect to a great Master. Takruts can be easily inserted into powder/herb based amulets during the making process. With the advent of high tech casting method today even metal based amulets can be embedded with takruts with very fine prints. The intensity of sacred elements between protective power and positive energy power varies from each Takrut issued by different temples or master maker.
A common way to identify sacred properties based on Takrut materials was mentioned earlier e. Gold, silver, copper, lead, tin ore, bullet shells. Judging from the material a Takrut was made may give certain clues about its primary function.It is a good practice to enquire about the purpose and usage of a particular Takrut before taking it home for your own use just like any other amulets. Armed with some knowledge about the intent or purpose of a selected Takrut talisman by asking the master maker you can only gain more benefit and nothing less. Attention in securing the key to activate or invoke the efficacy of the Takrut. The key in this context refers to the Katha verse. Just like a car that needs a key to ignite the engine before the car can be driven to the destination, Takrut will also require a key to ignite its sacred power before it can be put to good use and bring benefit to the user.
LP ChamLong Wat Chedi Daeng. Katha Takrut Namo tassa Bagawato Arahato Sammasambuddhasa 3x Buddhang arathanang Dhammang Arathanang Sanghang Arathanang Garamata Girimithi Gurumutu Geremete Itthi Ritthi Itthi Ritthi Itthi Ritthi Itthi Ritthi Namma Pattha Namo Putthaya. LP Thong Poo Wat Ban Phen. Katha Takrut Dok Mai Thong. Metta Khunang Arahang Metta (x9).
Make wish / dip in water to be drank / touch the top tip to person / etc. Namo Tussa Pakavato Arahato Summa Sum Buddhussa Namo Tussa Pakavato Arahato Summa Sum Buddhussa Namo Tussa Pakavato Arahato Summa Sum Buddhussa. Na mo put ta ya na ma pa ta ja pa ka sa pa ca ka na mae ti (x12). LP Suk Wat Makhamtao Sacred Katha Namo Tussa Pakavato Arahato Summa Sum Buddhussa Namo Tussa Pakavato Arahato Summa Sum Buddhussa Namo Tussa Pakavato Arahato Summa Sum Buddhussa Iti Arahung Sukato Gesaro Namatay Prasit Timay Ihis Aho Namo Buddhataya. LP Tae Wat Sam Ngam Katha Takrut Namo Tussa Pakavato Arahato Summa Sum Buddhussa Namo Tussa Pakavato Arahato Summa Sum Buddhussa Namo Tussa Pakavato Arahato Summa Sum Buddhussa Uthang Auntho Patna Na Mo Phut Tha Ya Na Khlaeo Mo Khlat Phut Pat Tha Pit Ya Mi Thuk Na San Ta Ran To Phit So I Ka Wi Ti Pha.
LP Kalong Wat Khao Leam Katha Takrut Namo Tussa Pakavato Arahato Summa Sum Buddhussa Namo Tussa Pakavato Arahato Summa Sum Buddhussa Namo Tussa Pakavato Arahato Summa Sum Buddhussa. A PHA YAK KO SO A PHA YAK KA NUNG A PHA YAK KA SA MING KUNG TA MUT THUNG PA KA SAIN NA TO TUA KU KOE PHA YAK KO SUT THA AR HA PHA YAK KO JA VI RI YA EI MUNG KHA THA MA HA EI TI.I will not hold the item that was paid more than 24 hours due to the US Top Rate Policy. These are very important for us to survive and have opportunity to improve our products and service. We will help you to solve the problems. The customers come first in our mind and service. The item "2 Takrut Tiger LP Mo Wat Chanthana Ram Thai Buddha Amulet Necklace #aa538a" is in sale since Friday, February 5, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Southeast Asia\Amulets".collections" and is located in default.
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