The Hoon Payon Maha Jaed Dta Toot by Ajarn Apichai
This has been made from the nails that were used to bind a spirit and the thread that was soaked in Nam Man Prai. There is also a red cloth that was used to bind a spirit. It was constructed with a Wicha for the Four Jaed Dta Toot - Inn, Jan, Khong, Man - to protect the owner from any danger at all times. The HPY is a substitute body that receives the bad luck that comes to the owner and he follows the owner everywhere like a shadow. The spirit also protects the bearer from evil spirits, black magic and when in unholy places. Once negative influences like this are removed it allows your luck and natural good fortune to flow and it also raises your Metta and Saneah.

In all of the ancient cities of Thailand there are either city pillars or city gates that are protected by the strong ghosts of people killed specifically for that purpose - as is mentioned in The Thai Occult book in the section on The City Pillar of Bangkok. These people had one of four names and each of their names is in the kata for this item to evoke the tradition of using ghosts for protection and to pull from this source of power. Each person also represents one of the four elements and four directions with two seated and two standing and they have fulfilled a role in the protection of Thailand since ancient times.

Within the body are also four Takrut, one for each of the names, In, Jan, Man and Khong. They were then wrapped in the thread that binds a corpse at a funeral, painted with laquer and for the Ong Kru Ajarn added corpse hair. The lead binding the Hoon Payon consolidates the power in the amulet and these are potent items for protection. It enjoys offerings of kata, water, rice wine, cooked rice and cigarettes.

Good Hoon Payon prai are always a boon to life.

These measure an average of 2.75" and comes with Ajarn Apichai's card and kata. The first one is a slightly earlier version with oil and the same price.

I would suggest that you light 16 incense to the land spirits to open the way and allow this to enter. This likes the usual prai foods but loves whiskey as a thank you offering along with the usual merit.

Classic regional magic.

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The Hoon Payon Maha Jaed Dta Toot by Ajarn Apichai - spiritual bodyguard

$75.00Price
  • This is an ancient spell for protection that creates a second body that gets attacked instead of the bearer. This body can also absorb negative astrological influences, which can give a huge boost to the good fortune of the person wearing it.

    This is an ancient spell for protection that creates a second body that gets attacked instead of the bearer. This body can also absorb negative astrological influences, which can give a huge boost to the good fortune of the person wearing it.

    Hoon Payon are made from a multitude of materials, but traditionally, the maker used agricultural materials (particularly grasses, including one called Yaa Kaa, which is used for roof laying and it is often cut from a cemetery for a Hoon Payon), soil, metal, wood or bamboo that has been made into the shape of a person and often bound with ‘Sai Sin’ ceremonial thread. This thread is used when a monk or Ajarn cordons off an area for protection while he performs a ritual, as well as the thread used during funeral rites. If more clout is needed for the talisman, the maker will use the Sai Sin from a funeral as it is considered to be Prai in nature, added to both increase the power to the item and to bind the spirit in the effigy. The hair from a corpse is also commonly added when available and this brings great potency.