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The ‘Look Krok Taep’ is considered to be at the peak of supernatural Saiyasart powers. A Wicha inherited from the ancient Dtamra manual to resurrect spirits utilizing the sacred earth elements. The ‘Look Krok Taep’ utilizes a Wicha of both necromantic Saiyasart and Buddhist precepts in order to construct and enliven this protective talisman of particularly Thai Occult Sciences.
Look Krok is a Thai Animist Prai Spirit Amulet which is still in common use, and has been for many centuries in Thailand, It is a preferred Thai-Khmer Occult Amulet used by full and part time Gamblers, and as an effective method of attracting wealth, boosting business and increasing personal charm and attraction.
Luang Phu is able to create this charm and bind the ‘Jit Winyan’ Spirit Mind to possess it by recalling the Boran Wicha Kata Akom Ancient incantations of the ‘Look Krok Taep’.
According to the ancient manual it is required that an infant that has died in the mothers womb, possessing all 32 parts of the body as identified in the ‘Dvatimsakara’ of the ‘Khuddakapatha’ short verses of the Tripitaka Pali Canon of Theravada Buddhist scriptures. An exercise in meditation from which many of the ‘Paritta’ blessings are derived i.e. ‘Metta Sutta’, ‘Maha Mangala Sutta’ and the Rattana Sutta’.
The Dtamra text suggests that in order for the ‘Look Krok Taep’ to be particularly powerful, an auspicious day should be chosen beforehand for the mother to birth the ‘Look Krok’ in order that it is able to be usable in the areas of ‘Sap Sin Ngern Tong’ acquisition of assets/money/riches, ‘Chok Lap’ luck and fortunes, ‘Kum Krong Bpong Gan Pai’ protection against dangers, ‘Metta Maha Sanaeh’ great kindness and charm as well as protection for the home and property.
The ancient texts calls for the body or parts of the body of the ‘Look Krok’ to be used in order to create the effigy for which the spirit is to reside. Kroo Ba Tamma Muni instrtucts that not only is this true but other ‘Watu Aatan’ sacred and mysterious masses may be used also.
This ‘Look Krok Taep’ by Luang Por Tamma Munee is created from various sacred objects such as the nails from the coffin of a ‘Pii Dai Tong Glom’ spirit of a dead pregnant woman, the magical iron bars used to restrain wild spirits to the cemetery, the bone ash and metal grates from funeral pyres and temple crematoriums, as well as the metal from the blade of ancient ‘Meed Mor’ spirit knives.
Kroo Ba Tamma Muni further empowered this ‘Look krok’ by performing ceremonies hand inscribing ‘Angkara Lek Yant’ occult numerology onto sacred metal foils used to press coins. LP Tamunee used the ‘Yant 32’ birthing the ‘Look Krok’, ‘Yant Mae’ mother of the ‘Look Krok’ and ‘Yant Maha Rit’ to sustain the supernatural and pine powers of the ‘Taep’ angelic deity. ‘Yant Maha Phuudt’ great wealth and prosperity as well as Yant of ‘Maha Pokasap’ wealth, ‘Metta Maha Niyom’ popularity, ‘Klaew Klaat’ evasion from dangers and Yant of ‘Kong Grapang’ invulnerability. Exceedingly rare substances of metals from meteorites were added to complete the heavenly deity.
The ‘Look Krok Taep’ was soaked in ‘Nam Man Sanaeh Raeng Kama Sutra’ oils of strong Kama Sutra Charm. The admixture to create this sacred oil includes 4 extra important herbs mixs with sesame and the 108 herbs mixture. Herbs of ‘Wan Gumarn Tong’, ‘Wan Nang Kum’, ‘Wan Paya Gai Daeng’ and ‘Wan Sabu Leud’. While the concoction boiled, he recited incantations over the pot to arouse the elements. Further empowering the scared oils, Kroo Ba Tamma Muni then tok the mixture to the Kuti monk’s housing, then adding ‘Nam Man Prai Pii Dai Glom’ oils of the pregnant ghost to increase the strong ‘Aatan’ supernatural powers of the ‘Look Krok Taep’, oils that were consecrated during a Tudong pilgrimage along the borders of Cambodia.
The second form of ‘Look Krok Taep’ that Kroo Ba created was by imbedding the effigy in ‘See Peung Sanaeh Raeng Kama Sutra’ lipwax of strong Kama Sutra charm. The herbs used to cook up this wax were various herbs of ‘Wan Maha Sanaeh’ cooked together with the ‘Khanun’ jackfruit and ‘Mayom’ Star Gooseberry. The fragrant oils boiled together in an open-air ceremony on a Friday of a New Moon and the Friday of a Full Moon making for two auspicious occasions.
The Kata spells invoking the Apsaras blessing of loveliness, which is considered to be a very high level charm of seduction and astonishment derived from the ‘Nang Ram’ dancing girls of ancient Thai folk music. Even the ‘Dabos Nak Prot Khontan’ ascetic Ghandavara devas are subject to the immense power of this spell. The Ghandavara being particularly drawn to and associated with music, dance, arts and the scents and saps of fragrant trees and flowers, these heavenly deities are drawn to and therefore lend their powers to the make-up of this ethereal Look Krok.
Kroo Ba Tamma Muni instructs from the Dtamra that in order to use this charm one must welcome it into the home with joss/incense sticks, asking permission from any guardian spirits to bring the ‘Look Krok’ in doors. If the ‘Look Krok’ will be kept in a shrine, it should be lower than any Buddha images in the household. The ‘Look Krok’ can be kept on a shelf or table with any Kumarn Tong that one may have and any feasts layed out can be given together to any Prai spirits inhabiting that area. Fresh water, milk or soft drinks (particularly ‘Nam Daeng’) can be given as well.
Na Tu Dta Sang Dta Dtoh Pun Chan Dti Poh Cha Naa Nang May San Jay Aakachaya Aakachahi Oh Mettan Dti Ro Tan Dtang Dtay Dtay Ja Ran Dtu May Sap Pay May Dtang Jidt Dtang Jidt Dtang May Dta Dtan Ja Sap Pa Loh Gat Ming
Kata to protect the house: Na MA Pa Ta Jijeruni Jidt Dtang Jay Dta Sik Gang Ru Pang Nippanang Look Krok Taep Rit Dtang Na Tu Dtay Sang Aakachaya Aakachahi Aehi Aehi Bpiyang Ma Ma
Like all Prai Spirit Deities, to worship a Look Krok will bring great luck and fortune to its owner, increasing wealth, and causing income and treasures to flow in from all around. Gambling is much more of a Cinch with the help of the Look Krok, and Travelling is blessed with the safety given by the Look Krok’s Kong Grapan and Klaew Klaad power.
The Look Krok will warn both of forthcoming dangers, and of coming luck. When Luck is about to have a burst or a lucky streak, you will notice people showing much more attention than even usually, and a lot of friendly approaches in a short time. This is the time to lay your bet. The Way of Worship is similar to that for Kumarn Tong, Hun Payont, Mae Hong Prai, Mae Takian, and most other Prai Spirit Deities as far as offerings are concerned, but the Kata is personalized, as is usually the case with each different type of Prai Deity.
When you take the Look Krok into the house for the first time, light incense and inform the ‘Jao Tee Jao poom’ (Local Spirits and Devas). If you are to use it as a Bucha item on an altar, instead of carrying, or place it on an altar when not carrying, then its altar should be separate from that which you use to pray to Buddha and/or Heavenly Deities. This is the case with all Prai Spirit Deities and amulets.
If you already have a Kumarn Tong, then you can place the Look Krok together in the same place of worship.
Offer one incense stick, flower garlands, water, soft drinks, milk, and sweetmeats, toys and trinkets.
When feeding and making offerings to the Look Krok, call it using the following Kata
Na Tu Dtae Sang Dtadto Punchandti Pochanaanang Mae Sanjae Aakajchaaya Aakajchaahi Om Maedtandti Ro Tandtandtangdtae Dtae Jarandtumae Sappae Maedt-Dtang Jidt-Dtang Jidt-Dtang Maedt-Dtanja Sappa Logasming
The Look Krok does not carry any negative side effects with it, and only has blessings with it.
If you wish to call the Look Krok to assist, use the following Kata;
Na Ma Pa Ta Jijeruni Jidtang Jaedtasiggang Ruubpang Nippaanang Look Krok Tep Ritdang Na Tudtaesang Aakajchaaya Aakajchaahi Aehi Aehi Bpiyang Ma Ma
If the Look Krok is in See Pheung Balm instead of a flask of Prai Oil, then call it by opening the balm pot and using your ring finger to tap the balm with, chanting the following incantation;
Puttang Ragkha Jidt-Dtang Aehi Ragkha Jidt-Dtang Tammang Ragkha Jidt-Dtang Aehi Ragkha Jidt-Dtang Sangkang Ragkha Jidt-Dtang Aehi Ragkha Jidt-Dtang
Then smear some balm from your finger on your forehead, for Maha Sanaeh and Metta Mahaniyom with the those you wish to entice.
You can wear Thai Prai Spirit amulets either as an pendant, or place it on its own small altar and place offerings to it (or both, depending if you are home or out Gambling). For Gambling, it is best to take with you. Make Bucha offerings first and then tell the Hoeng Prai its duty for the day and then put on the amulet. It can be worn in pocket or waist level or neck chain whichever way you wish, for this is a Prai Spirit amulet and does not require the strict rules of how to wear Buddha Images.
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