Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Sacred Copper Takrut with Sariga Bird Yantra Spell - Luang Por Chor

The 'Takrut Tong Daeng Sariga Lin Tong Klueab Wan' of Luang Por Chor features the powerful yantra spell of the mythical Sariga bird. The amulet is made from sacred copper, which has resin coating made of magic herbs. These special materials were ritually consecrated according to the traditional wicha of the Sariga bird. The takrut is therefore endowed with powerful magical qualities of metta maha laluay. The Sariga bird yantra spell on this sacred copper takrut can thus be used as a highly effective love charm or an enchantment spell.

Takrut Salika Luang Por Chor

Friday, March 22, 2013

See Pherng Seduction Charm for Ladies and Gays - Ajahn Oe

This see pherng seduction charm is made and blessed by Ajahn Oe, who is a disciple of Luang Pu Kong. The see pherng consists of powerful necromantic spirit oils, and also features a tiny kun phaen amulet, two takruts with a heartbreaker's spell, a salika bird and a look namo. The perfect combination of all these powerful items put together, will make the see pherng work as a truly effective love charm for women and gay people.

The see pherng consists of powerful necromantic spirit oils, and also features a tiny kun phaen amulet, two takruts with a heartbreaker's spell, a salika bird and a look namo


But what is unique to the see pherng of Ajahn Oe, is that it can also be used for commercial purposes; i.e. selling goods, making good business deals, etc. Hence, Ajahn Oe's most powerful necromantic seduction charm can be applied for a wide range of desired goals, varying from binding or breaking personal love relationships, to establishing or enhancing professional business affairs.


 


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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

In Koo Plod Rak Ongk Kroo Pim A with 9 Takrut and 12 Gems - Kroo Ba Chayana

In Koo Plod Rak Ongk Kroo Pim A with 9 Takrut and 12 Gems - Kroo Ba Chayana

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Product Description

This amulet represents a symbiotic deity called ‘In Koo’. The in koo is depicted in the form of a naked male and a female embracing each other. It is believed that this animist deity symbolizes the very first couple that ever lived on this earth. The in koo can therefore also be considered an important symbol of love between a man and woman.
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Additional Information

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Year of Issue  2556 BE