Edition: 2015 (sen tree wet edition). The sen tree wet edition consist of Phra khun paen amulets with and without takruts. This Phra Khun Paen amulet is the most expensive version of those without takruts in the edition. The front is brushed with chanted holy gold paint to attract wealth and good luck.
Magical effects: Siang Choke, Maha Sanaeh, Klaew Klaad, Maha Lap, Kaa Khaay, maha laluay – charm and attraction, Metta Mahaniyom,
Recommended uses: Seduction, flirting, Evade danger, successful business/selling/sales line/speech, Evade Danger, Professional and social Status Increase, Wealth Increase, Protection, Improve Luck and Karma, protection from black magic
to be worn above waist only
Ingredients: powerful prai kuman powder (bone ashes of kids), Herbal Pollens, cemetery soil, soil from 7 auspicious places, charming powder, 108 charming bee wax, magic powders, broken fragments of Lp chuen amulets including those that Lp Chuen kept for a long time, powders donated by devotees, etc.
This Phra Khun Paen had gone through 5 major chanting ceremonies with famous master to empower it. It oontains 3 old khmer magic spells.
The direct translation of “Gae Mae Plaa Chon” means “chicken mother mudfish”. Mudfish is called snakehead in some parts of Asia. In ancient Siam, “Gae Mae Plaa Chon” means “old hen” or an old lady who uses seductive tricks to get what she wants since they are more experienced (we’re not trying to create any gender dispute here. it’s merely an explanation of an old term).
powerful prai kuman powder (bone ashes of kids) were added. The power from the kid spirits would be helping the worshipper and when the worshipper does a good deed, both the worshipper and the kid spirits would be gaining merits. It’s a win-win situation for both parties.
Magic spell from Lp Choo. It contains charming oil from elephant penis. Thais believe that “Gua Pao”, charming oil from elephant penis, would bring about strong charm and sex appeal to the worshipper.
First ceremony: 6 December 2557 at Archan Sarayut’s Samnak.
The ‘Muan Sarn’ or sacred substances were blessed. It refers to all in the series of sen tri wet. Masters present in the ceremony included Lp Phad, Lp Tone, Lp Sombun and Lp Kaen. On the same day, Archan Sarayut performed “Sri Ram Long Song” linked to the Rama God. On the end of the rain retreat, Archan Sarayut performed a boiling ceremony for the See Pheung Saw Sum Moo Bun Kin Nam Bor Diao.
Second ceremony: 22 November 2557 at Wat Don Thong. Masters who chanted included Lp Ruay of Wat Ta Ko, Lp Perm of Wat Pom Gaew and Lp Poon of Wat Ban Paen.
Third ceremony: 26 February 2558 at Wat Wang Phrong Kae. Masters who chanted included Lp Pien of Wat Kren Gatin, Lopburi, Lp Tohn of Wat Wang Phrong Kae & Lp Pachen of Wat Kanon Nuea, Ayuttaya.
Fourth ceremony: 12 March 2558 at 15.39pm at Wat Nong Yi Duk at Chainat province. Masters who chanted included Lp phra of Wat Kohk Dork Mai, Lp Go of Wat Ta Samor, Lp Wijit of Wat Phrakae and Phraku Nattapol of Wat Nong Yi Duk.
Final ceremony: 21 March 2558 at Archan Sarayut Samnak.
Archan Sarayut is the top disciple of Lp Chuen, Wat Ta Ee. The late Lp Chuen was from Cambodia and he was well-versed in Khmer charming magic, creating Khun Paen and gumanthong amulets that are ever popular.