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Remembering a classic of some years ago, a very popular amulet of Luang Por Say in the year of its release, which became the talk of the folk for its business increasing powers, attracting customers and high sales quotas; the Pra Khun Phaen Marum Matum (Gammagarn ). Made from Nuea Pong Mongkol herbal powders, ‘Bad Tong’ (cold powder coated), Nuea Pong Maha Sanaeh Ya Faed with Metta Maha Niyom powders
Made in the tradition of LP Chern’s famous Khun Phaen Marum Madtum amulets (Marum Dtum for short), Luang Por Say is the lineage continuation of the Wicha of Luang Por Chern of Wat Ta Ee.
His Amulets are the Object of Faith of Many Devotees around the world for the Grand results reported by a large number of Devotees. His Amulets are specially effective for Choke Lap, Siang Choke (Luck and Gambling, Lotteries), Metta Mahaniyom/Kaa Khaay (Increased Popularity, Promotion, Business expansion and sales), and Maha Sanaeh (Increase Passion and attraction, improve likeability and ease of influence upon others – win the hearts of others). Luang Por Say is known for his long term Afilliation and Friendship with the Great Luang Por Chern of Wat Ta Ee (Passed away 2547 BE).
The Dtugadtaa Paya Wan Sak is an effigy or image made from herbal powder clay, sometimes covered with dee buk leaden coating or even solid silver foil, or sometimes a solid cast image with a hollow in the base, filled with sacred herbal powder paste. In ancient times, Sak Yant Masters would have an assortment of these ‘Magic Dolls’ to dip their Sak Yant sticks (‘Khem Sak’, or ‘Mai Sak’) into the magical herbal mixture and stir some into their inkpot. This is believed to imbue the Sak Yant ink with different magical powers, depending on the magical attributes of the particular image, and of course the magical mixture of sacred herbs and powders within the image
Below is a gallery of different kinds of Dtugadtaa Paya Wan Sak, mostly from the Thai Yai Northern Lanna Sorcery tradition. Click each image to view full size.
The Thai Yai (otherwise known as the Shan) People of the Northern Lanna Region have a massive pantheon of Animist Gods andn Occult Practices, which is the subject of my E-book ‘The Book of Thai Lanna Sorcery’
Dtugadtaa Paya Wan Sak Tewada Kwak Sap Thai Yai-
Dtukadtaa Maha Wan Ya Sak
Maha Wan Ya Tewada Thai Yai Deva
Paya Burisastra Kin Phii – Ghost Eater Sacred Effigy
Paya Sri Burisasastra Paya Wan Sak
Paya Wan Sak Yant Singha Effigy
Paya Wan Sak Magic Ink Making Effigies
Paya Wan Sak Ruesi Hermi
An ancient practice hardly seen these days the use of Paya Wan Sak amulets and effigies made from magical herbal powders and woods, used to dip the Sak Yant instrument into, and mix magical inks with. This was done to imbue different powers and kinds of magic to the ink, and the spell within the Sak Yant tattoo, depending on the type of Sak Yant Tattoo being performed.