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Sethee Pran Bun (Millionaire Meritorious Hunter) from the 2558 BE Edition by Luang Por Prohm of Wat Palanupap in ampher Koke Po, Pattani.
The Sethee Pran Bun amulets were made both as Pran Bun Masks, and as these Loi Ongk Statuettes, and were created in various materials.
The Loi Ongk Statuettes were made in 3 materials;
1. Phiw Rung Paint See Fang Takrut Tong Kam (Rainbow Metal statuette with Painted Mask and Pants, and Gold Takrut inserted in the Base). 999 Made in Phiw Rung
2. Phiw Samrit Paint See (Bronze Metal statuette with Painted Mask and Pants, with Silver Takrut inserted in the Base). 2500 Made in Samrit.
3. Nuea Ngern Gammagarn (Solid Silver statuette with Painted Mask and Pants, with Gold Takrut inserted in the Base) The Solid Silver version was provided with a free Gammagarn Sacred Wan Maha Sanaeh Powder Pran Bun Mask amulet, also with Gold Takrut. Both amulets carried the same code number as each other. 59 were made in Solid Silver Gammagarn.
The Pran Bun is one of the large pantheon of deities used for Bucha in Southern Thai Manorah Sorcery, and is a Protagonist of the Mythical Literary Fable of the Pra Suton Manorah.
'Ram Manorah', is a Southern Thai Style of Dance, Musical and Theatrical Performance Arts, and has been an integral part of Southern Thai Culture for Centuries if not Thousands of Years. The Manora Theater performance is known commonly as 'Norah'.
The word 'Manorah' however, does not originate from the South of Thailand. The word Manorah, first came into use during the Krung Sri Ayuttaya Kingdom. The word Manorah appears in the tale of Pra Suthon, who is the Princess of his Desires. The Pran Bun Hunter is also both a figure who appears in the Southern Manorah Theater, coming from Pra Suthon Legends. In this legend, the Kinaree winged Maiden is also a powerful Feature of the story of Pra Suton.
It was the Hunter Bun (Pran Bun), who spied the seven Kinaree Maidens and ensnared one of them, to take and present to the Palace, and it was this Kinaree maiden who was named 'Manorah'. The Manorah Kinnaree is prolific in Southern Manorah Theater, appearing in a host of different acts.
Pran Bun is an amulet that is used for Metta Mahaniyom Mercy Charm and Maha Sanaeh Attraction, and is used by the Performance Artists of Ligae and Manorah alike (Ligae being another kind of Vaudeville seen in Thailand, of which there are many regional and artistic forms).
The Manorah Dancing Style is almost certainly influenced directly from the Hindu People of the Indian Continent, who travelled over for trade and to stay here in the times prior to the rise of the Sri Vichai Empire in Southern Siam.
The amulets contain Sacred Bpaeng Manorah powders for attraction and business improvement, with ancient Southern Buddha Magic of the Manorah tradition empowering it with powerful Wicha. This item is particularly powerful as a business and professional success tool.
Manorah Arts are theatrical dance and musical arts which have walked hand in hand with the Southern Magical Tradition as if born together. The Manorah Artists believe in the use of the Manorah mask as not only a Theatrical tool, but also as a Sacred and Magical tool.
In the below Video You can see some traditional Manora Performance Arts performing Traditional Dance of the Pra Suton Manorah Pran Bun and the Kinaree Legendary literary fable, depicting the scene of the Kinaree with Naga Wrapped around her. Pran Bun uses a rope to entice and capture the Kinaree Manorah.
Manorah amulets are used to attract admirers and audiences, and to charm them into enjoying the show. The sacred powder used in amulets with Wicha Manorah, always contain talc face powders taken from Manorah Theaters, who do not just us any kind of talcum, rather only magically empowered talcum which possesses the Wicha Manorah.
These amulets derive from an ancient, and powerful forms of Manorah magic, to use for Metta Mahaniyom, Maha Sanaeh and Maha Lap, to enter into your Horoscope and Improve your Karma, and Profession.
It is not often that we see Temples release the Sacred Hnaa Pran Bun Manorah Mask amulet, but this year, due to the right Astrological Circumstances, various masters of the Southern Traditions are honoring the Wicha, and preserving it with a new revival of Pran Bun Manorah, and related Deity amulets, and lp Por Tan Prohm is one of the Leading Figures in this Act of Preservation and Revival of what is in danger of becoming a Disappearing Art.
For those in the entertainment and leisure professions, as well as escort services and those who have to seduce their listeners, the Pran Bun Manorah Mask is a perfect Magical Mascot and Companion to Inflect Mercy Charm and Maha Sanaeh Seductive Influence, and Metta Mahaniyom (Great Preference) Enchantment Spell.
This is a perfect opportunity to Bucha the Boroma Kroo Guru Deity of all the Manorah Performance Arts, to bring 'Siri Mongkol' (Auspicious Blessings) to the Practitioners of this Profession, who are also simultaneously all Looksit (Devotees) of the Protective Ruling Deities and Angelic Devas of the Manorah Wicha.
Kata Pran Bun
Chant the Kata three times, either out loud, or if you are out and about, can chant it silently within the heart and mind, when calling admirers. The amulets were blessed at Wat Palanupap, with full Invitation of the Devas and the Kroo Ba Ajarn pf the Wicha with lp Por Tan Prohm performing Empowerment and Blessings
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