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Nam Man Jing Jork 9 Tails Fox Prai Oil by Ajarn Wirataep

21 Feb 14
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Nam Man Prai Paya Jing Jork Gao Hang – 9 Tailed Fox Mae Nang Prai Deva enchantment perfumed oil potion, from Acclaimed Laymaster, Ajarn Wirataep Yan Kroo Prasit.

This sacred enchantment potion, is made from one of the rarest, most potent, and indeed, popular, herbal sources of immense Maha Sanaeh magic. Laymaster of Grand repute, Ajarn Wirataep Yan Kroo Prasit, has use the infamous Paya Wan Gai Daeng Herb, which produces a bright red tint to anything it may be added to. 

9 Tails Fox Mae Nang Prai oil

In addition, he has added an amassed array of various necromantic and herbal magical ingredients before invoking and empowering the oils with the great commending power and enchantment of the nine tailed fox Mae Nang Prai Deva.

Ajarn Wirataep is highly acclaimed, widely accepted and famous, for his ability to communicate with beings in the spirit world, and to convince and connect with them to inhabit inanimate objects. 

This has converted this non-ordained Master, into one of Thailand’s greatest and most famous and popular masters of necromancy in the present era. his Kumarn Tong effigies and Wicha Maha Sanaeh, is well known through the stories of those who have used his amulets lockets and  Necromantic oils to gamble with you to improve their profession or love lives.

The word ‘necromantic, and the word Romantic, have magical associations which are unknown to most people, and the second reason is a part of the reasons why necromantic amulets are so powerful when applied for Maha Sanaeh magic.

Nam Man Prai Paya Jing Jork Gao Hang (Nine Tails Fox Mae Nang Prai Deva)

The potion has been filled into a small decorative glass bottle which has received inscriptions, in ancient Khmer and Sanskrit with spells for increasing wealth and lovability. The necromantic invocation and communication for agreement to do well and inhabited within the Oils, of the nine tailed Fox Deity. The grand ceremony has been performed in full, by Ajarn Wirataep, on the proper astrological occasion for the highest level of empowerment that was possible.

The Nine Tailed Fox is a Legendary Demoness, known in Indian, Koran, Chinese, Thai and Japanese Spiritual Cosmology, legend and Myths. The nine-tailed fox (Chinese and Japanese: 九尾狐; pinyin: Jiǔwěihú; Korean: 구미호) is a mythological creature species that was depicted in the Nanshan jing, Haiwaidong jing and Dahuangdong jing of Shan Hai Jing as having the voice of a human infant. It can be eaten by humans, and those who eat it can be protected from evil. Later in history books like Book of Zhou and story collections like Extensive Records of the Taiping Era, the nine-tailed fox was depicted as a beast of fortune.

Kata Bucha For the Nine Tails Fox

U-Aaa-Aa Na Maedtaa Sangkang Imasming Dtaemaasang Ubpae Mad Tudti Dta Dti Ubpae Mad

Download MP3 Sound Tutorial for Kata Bucha Jing Kork Gao hang Nine Tails Fox Demoness Enchantress Prai Deva

Bucha Offerings;
Use the same methods used for Hun Payont, Nang Prai Devas and other Prai Ghosts, you can find this on the Archive Page of Kata Chants

List of Kata Chants for increasing Metta and Maha Sanaeh with amulets

If Prai Oils with a residing Spirit Inhabiting the Oil, one should follow the rules for Hun Payont and/or Kumarn Tong for bringing the Oil into the Home.

Read about Mae Nang Prai and other Thai Necromantic ghosts

To use this sacred oil properly, you can either just carry it with you, and use wishing and praying and allow its essence to attract and charm. All, you can debit on yourself other persons or objects depending on how you wish to work magic.

For incantations to perform a spoken spell either silently in your heart are with your mouth or at best balls, then you should use the following incantation whilst focusing on the object of your desires are the event which you desire to earth.

Aehi Aehi Jidtang Bpiyang Ma Ma

You can make various versions of this by adding certain words to focus them on various types of blessings. This could be for example, Maha Pokasap, Metta Mahaniyom, Maha Amnaj (commanding power and influence), Maha Sanaeh, or Kong Grapan Chadtri.

This would be done by adding the following words for each different purpose

Pokang = treasured possessions.

Laapang = Lucky fortunes (good for gambling and for getting rid of bad luck).

Maha Amnaj = means to invoke commanding power and influence and imposing air of affluence.

Sukhang = all kinds of happiness and pleasure.

Maedta Mahaniyom = mercy charm and to receive the pity, and helpfulness, and friendliness of others. Improve one’s own likeability, and to be without enemies.

Laekhang = number or if you wish plural, ‘Laekhaa’.  Use this if it isn’t your wish to call upon lottery numbers appear to you or for the numbers you have bought to be the winning ones.

As an example to show you where to insert the word within the given incantation we shall take the word ‘Pokang’, which means treasured possession in singular and inserted. If you wish to use chloral for treasured possessions in multiple cases, then you should change the ng at the end of the word, and turn it into a double “A”, after the K, hence, becoming ‘Pokaa’.

This is for receiving many different kinds of possessions where as the singular version refers to one singular item. In fact though you can use either word and mean many items and the incantation will work just as well so long as your heart and mind is focused on the objects/objects of your desires.

‘Aehi’, means ‘Come here’. ‘Jidtang’ means ‘Mind’ and ‘Ma Ma’ is also in reference to the word ‘come’. ‘Come to me’ ‘May i come to Mind of that person’ is there for the rough translation of the command contained within this incantation.

So, here is the example of the incantation inserting the word for calling upon treasured possessions to you;

Aehi Aehi Pokang , Aehi Jidtang Bpiyang Ma Ma

You can insert more than one word into the line to call for multiple types of blessing to as in this case where we shall call for treasured possessions mercy and commending power;

Aehi Aehi Pokang Aehi Aehi Maha Amnaj Aehi Aehi Metta Mahaniyom Aehi Jidtang Bpiyang Ma Ma

Nam Man Prai Paya Jing Jork Gao Hang (Nine Tails Fox Mae Nang Prai Deva) oil

Application methods;

Smear a little between the eyebrows for Metta before starting work or going gambling, socializing etc. Men should circle their left finger clockwise, and Women should use the right hand and circle the finger anti-clockwise

Use the forefinger to smear with almost all Metta and Maha Sanaeh Oils and Balm Potions, for General Metta Blessing, use the ring finger for Selling and Gambling, use the middle finger to smear the oil if you wish to be attracting the opposite sex.

Na Maedtaa Mo Garunaa Put Bpraanii Taa Yin Dii Ya Aen Duu

  1. For Gambling; If an Oil is given for For Gambling Purposes, simply tap the See Pheung, Metta Oil or Prai Oil with your finger and make a wish before leaving the house. You can rub the balm into your skin of your gambling hand then, if your finger has some balm on it after tapping. Use only a tiny amount of balm is enough.
  2. For ‘Jerajaa’ (business discussions, job interview etc), smear the balm onto your forehead and make your wish.
  3. For Maha Sanaeh attraction, smear the balm under your chin, and ear lobes, and make your wish.
  4. For Kaa Khaay (Selling Wares) – smear a little on your wares or the table where you sell them before each day begins and chant the Kata given.
  5. For Mad Jidt Mad Jai (Enchant the heart and mind of another); smear or dab a tiny bit on the person and then perform the chanting of the Incantations given for the Oil, and focus on the person coming to you as your wish.

We recommend using the method which Thai Buddhist people use, for keeping the bottle in a special receptacle called ‘ Pan Kroo’. This serves as it’s own special Altar receptacle. 

Pan Kroo Bucha Tray

Nam Man Prai, should never be placed laterally to the side of, or equal in height, or above any images of the Buddha. It should always be placed below. Is that I was necromantic in nature, it should not be placed on the same altar as that which the Buddha image is standing or sitting on.