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The Charming Attractions of Khun Paen



























This article segment will discuss Phra Khun Paen votive tablets and imageneries made by popular Masters and Archan in modern times. The most famous of Phra Khun Paen amulets is originated from Wat BarnKrang in Suphanburi Province that is said to be more than 300 years old. It is very difficult to find an ancient piece of BarnKrang origin today with many fakes lurking around the collector's market even so, the price of a genuine piece is too steep for most people to own. For worshippers of this legendary warrior from the Ayutthaya bygone era, there are other alternatives of newer Phra Khun Paen that are just as effective in protection and charming abilites as presented in this article.





















Contemporary masters today whom are known to have great ability to create efficacious Phra Khun Paen amulets had been mesmerised by the spirit and valour of General Khun Paen. With a strong motivation and cultivation, these masters had learned the arcane sciences in creating these wonderful art of charming attraction for Khun Paen worshippers and amulet collectors to cherish.

Khun Paen died at the age 75 years old in B.E.2248 (A.D.1705) according to some historical records. After his passing away, his secrets with Kumanthong and other arcane sciences were revealed for the first time. Today’s Khun Paen and Kumanthong imaginaries and amulets are made using the same spells and incantation methods as in the past. As gratitude and great appreciation, The King of Suphanburi had ordered the construction of a temple to commemorate Khun Paen and Kumanthong for their heroic efforts and contributions to the country. The name of this temple is Wat BaarnKrang. It was said that during Khun Paen’s lifetime he never made any amulets until his passing away. All the ancient Phra Khun Paen amulets found beneath inside the old Chedis in Wat BarnKrang and other temples in Ayutthaya are thought to be made by monks in the early A.D.1700s. For over 300 years since that time until today there have been many remade batches using the sacred sciences.

In our research into this subject matter, Phra Khun Paen amulets are basically classified into 2 major types; the Mainstream Khun Paen and Plai Guman Khun Paen. The mainstream type is normally made with herbs, natural earth soils and incantation spells whereas the second type, are made using cemetery soils and possible inclusion of corpse materials. Hence, it is crucial to understand the background of the Phra Khun Paen so that you know what you are wearing.

Very often we do get question asking if Khun Paen amulet is suitable for members of the opposite sex to be used as talisman. The answer is absolutely yes. There is no restriction for women if they choose to wear Phra Khun Paen amulet as it works for both male and female as the essence of Khun Paen is about bringing out its charming ability to its owner apart from its protective power.


From experience Plai Guman Khun Paen never do any harm to its owner but rather increases the good fortunes in the daily life of the worshipper. This is of course the owner of Plai Guman Khun Paen must share merits accrued after performing good deeds. Just like any other good amulets, involving in vice activities is never being encouraged. Creating bad karma will only create sufferings no matter how expensive or efficacious amulets you may have in hand.

Plai Guman Khun Paen amulets will usually be portrayed with a baby GumanThong lying at the bottom of Khun Paen. At times it can also be depicted by 2 little KumanThong at each side under the pillar with hands clasped revering Khun Paen. An example of this popular Plai Guman Khun Paen type in modern history was made by Luang Pu Tim of Wat Lahanrai dubbed “King of Khun Paen” due to the sacred components comprising of unborn baby corpse powder known as Plai Guman and 7 cemetery soils. However, there are also other known masters whom have created Plai Guman Khun Paen using these ancient arcane knowledge.


In recent years we have noticed many Khun Paen amulets represented with certain forms of sexual elements e.g. consorts of Khun Paen, nude postures of females surrounding Khun Paen, etc. This type of Phra Khun Paen amulets are made for the sole purpose of generating Mahasaneh or opposite sex attraction for the worshipper. We categorized this particular amulet genre for the Casanovas.  There're good and bad depending on each individual.  Mahasaneh category Phra Khun Paen may contain specific spells and different type of "Yin" or dark magic ingredients to uplift the cosmic energy to benefit the owner in achieving his desire for love and affection. This typical category of unothodox amulets is not dealt in this article as the main objective is to potray the original qualities of the ever popular contemporary Phra Khun Paen images.


A large majority of contemporary Mainstream Khun Paen usually do not have any GumanThong image being featured inside the sacred amulets. Even though the Mainstream Khun Paen may sometimes include GumanThong motives into the amulet design, it does not necessarily contain corpse materials.  According to monks the reason behind to include the appearance of GumanThong into the design is to add extra power to the amulet. 


The featured Phra Khun Paen above is a masterpiece and unique creation in recent time representing Khun Paen carrying baby GumanThong and weapon swung around his left arm. Great for business negotiation and getting appointment with difficult people.  This is a very powerful image with Khun Paen and GumanThong in battle readiness mode that could only be interpreted into bringing victory and success to the owner. This is the least we could understand from the mind and intention of the creator of this masterpiece. Like the old saying goes, if you are successful and wealthy, the opposite sex will automatically be attracted to you.  Therefore, having a contemporary piece of Phra Khun Paen may seem to be a wiser choice for the ordinary person. 

In all forms of Khun Paen sacred images, he is been depicted by Lord Buddha’s image in meditation posture sometimes sitting on top of a lotus throne flanked by 2 pillars on each side with an embroidered rooftop. When you are first being introduced to a Phra Khun Paen amulet, the first thing that may come into your mind is being popular with opposite sex and spending excessive money. This notion is not true. The image of Khun Paen is most appropriate for wearing when having a business negotiation with someone or business joint-venture. Having it will bring unexpected good results in addition to ushering in wealth for the owner, deciphering danger, and improve affinity with others through making difficult people to work with us.

In conjunction with this article, we also hope to bring extra benefits in term of sharing experience on some of Phra Khun Paen from different masters in this era that are not expensive but yet effective from our point of view. We have devised a research methodology by going through every individual piece for 1 week duration to experience its devine energy toward oneself and the surrounding people we came in contact with daily. Only Phra Khun Paen we have experienced to bring good experiences in one way or the other are shown here.

This article will require reader's discretion in making own judgement as to believe or not to believe as it is not the intent of SimplyBuy to promote the images represented here nor encourage any commercial interest. All Phra Khun Paen amulets featured here are from personal collections. We hope this article will serve as a good reference source to all Khun Paen enthusiasts.



"Su Nak Mo Lo" .... the heart of Khun Paen's katha


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LP Thongdum
Jao Sup Jao Saneh Khun Paen Series, 2nd Batch

Luang Phor ThongDum InTaWangSo of Wat TumTaPianTong, Lop Buri province, is a senior follower of Luang Poo Mum of Wat Prasat. LP ThongDum is the first monk who created style of Phra Khun Paen JowSup JowSaneh in present-time and popular for his knowledge in both holy Dharma and Visha (supernatural arts). He studied arcane sciences in making efficacious Phra Khun Paen amulets from Cambodian masters.


Jao Sup Jao Saneh amulet series was made by LP ThongDum’s hand for the first time with ancient Katha from Cambodia one by one for more than one year. On the front presents Khun Paen sitting inside a decorated roof. At the back are 3 Takruts - gold, silver, copper. All the Takruts used by LP ThongDum had been written with Yahn Script “Na Setthi” and “Na Khun Paen”. These Takruts are known to be very powerful that could bring luck, wealth and help the owner to be admired and loved.

The sacred materials used in the creation of this batch are:

1. Holy mass of PhraYa Ngew Dum (Queen of charming). He kept this holy mass for more than 30 years.

2. Holy mass mixed with 100 kinds of charming herbs called Pong WahnMaHaSanei

3. Oil from Salika birds nest.

Jao Sup Jao Saneh Khun Paen Series, 2nd Batch



People believe that Phra Khun Paen by LP ThongDum has the power in protecting its owner from black magic, evil and bad luck. However, we must highlight that it is one's own Karma the deciding factor in overcoming those shortcomings. Also, this amulet is especially powerful in securing good fortune in business affairs to the owner. The 1st batch of this Jao Sup Jao Saneh series B.E.2547 was made in small quantity and is hard to find nowadays. But do not be disheartened because the 2nd batch worked just fine. From findings this 2nd batch may have been released several times between B.E.2547 till B.E.2549.


LP Nuam

Na Setti Maha Sumret Khun Paen Series, B.E.2551 (year 2008)

Luang Pu Nuam, Wat Photi SriCharoen in Supanburi Province most sacred sciences is called "Na Sumret" which is believed to grant worshippers their wishes. He had used this magical science to create this batch of Khun Paen amulets called "Na Setti Maha Sumret". Luang Pu Nuam once said that apart from ensuring luck and success, this batch would also help the worshipper to conquer his enemies and repel any evils. The purpose of making this Khun Paen series to to build an Ubosot and a retaining wall called Pha YaNak (King Naka God) to surround the temple.


Sacred Materials used were magical powder from an old Kru (chedi) discovered at BangKrang village that was identical to the old powders of Phra Khun Paen BangKrang famous amulets. The other sacred component known as Pattamung powder, was discovered from another ancient deserted temple. This powder was left down for many centuries by Ajahn Kong, the teacher of Khun Paen. Ajahn Kong was said to have recited sacred spells to protect this Pattamung powder with the condition only the good hearted would have the chance to handle it. With good affinity Luang Pu Nuam met this condition and collected it personally from the abandoned temple. All these powders are buried underground for many centuries and its magical energy is very strong.



LP Nuam strongly blessed these amulets for 5 months and held a grand ceremony at Wat Suthat on 10 December 2008 and many senior Keji monks joined to bless this batch such as LP Kalong, LP Aum, LP Siri from Wat Tan, LP Tim from Wat Phra Khao, LP Wan from Wat Sena Nimit, LP Tiw from Wat Manee Chonlakhan, LP Thongsuk from Wat Nong Pla Dook and others. The purpose for making this batch is to build an Ubosot and a retaining wall with the motifs of Pha YaNak (King Naga God) surrounding the temple compound.


This Na Setti Maha Sumret batch has 2 versions; Powder type and Metal type. However, the Phra Khun Paen BangKrang Nue Rakang Kao (Rakang Kao meaning old bell) mixed with old ancient bell that is showcased above is said to be the best of all grades. Only 999 pieces of Nue Rakang was created with individual serial numbers. At the reverse of the amulet features 3 gold color Mahasaney Takrut known as "Na Maha Setti", pieces of red color gems, and Tapian fish known as "Pla Gud Jiew" for fetching luck and fortune.

The number of Khun Paen Na Setti Maha Sumret amulets created for this batch are:


1. Nuea Pong Kru Kao BanKrang (holy ancient powder) made 4,999 pieces

2. Nuea Pong Kru Kao BanKrang "Nue Pong Kru Rak" pasted gold foil made 4,999 pieces

3. Nuea Nawa Loha Chanuan Kao made 999 pieces (with individual serial no.)

4. Nuea Rakhang Kao (the metal from ancient bell) made 999 pieces (with invidual serial no.)







Sacred Spell to invoke Na Setti Maha Sumret amulets


Namo Tassa Bhagawato Arahato Samma Sambuddhasa x 3 times
 
Nak Ti Cha Li Na,

Su Si Mu Ri,

Su Nak Mo Lo

A Wi Sam Ma

Sa Si Ma Ma
Pu Pa Sam Pa
Metta Jit Buddho

Worshippers should recite the sacred spell presented above for 7 times before they make a wish or ask for help. Only one wish will be granted on each occasion.

LP Nuam is 90 years old in B.E.2554. He was born on Sunday, September B.E.2464. LP Nuam's father is Yeam and mother name’s Kaeo. He was born at BanKrang district, Suphanburi Province. When LP Nuam was 20 years old, he was ordained at Wat BanKrang and then went to study magic from LP To at Wat Pothi SriChareon. During this period LP Nuam did not consume meat and flour for 4 years. After much learning, LP Nuam left the Buddhist monkhood and lived with his family untill age 55 years old. It was at this age that LP Nuam decided to again ordain as a Buddhist monk at Wat Pothi SriChareon. After just 3 months of ordination, LP Nuam became the abbot of Wat Pothi SriChareon after the former abbot had passed away.

There are many miracle stories about LP Nuam. One of the incident happened in B.E.2539 where LP Nuam had fallen ill. As a result, LP Nuam was hospitalized in the Suang Ok hospital and at 1700 hrs, LP Nuam passed away. Doctors concluded LP Nuam death but his disciples did not agree with doctors because LP Nuam’s body was still warm. After one day, LP Nuam regained consciousness. This miracle had made doctors felt very confused. And in B.E.2544, the same incident repeated again. LP Nuam had passed away at the hospital again but this time, the doctors and the disciples understood the situation and waited for one day to pass as they observed. The very next day, as expected LP Nuam regained consciousness again. After he regained his composure, he related to his disciples what happened during the interim period while he temporary left the world.

LP Chamlong, Wat Chedi Daeng - Ayutthaya

A Very Rare Authentic Phra Khun Paen by LP Chamlong. Circa B.E.2523




 
                                         


LP Gai

Phra Khun Paen Gai Ya Seet, B.E.2545

Luang Phor Gai also formally called as Luang Phor Vaeng Gai is a Cambodian monk from Wat UmPen in Cambodia. He is very knowledge in Visha (magical sciences) and exorcism. LP Gai had studied the art of making efficacious amulets from many Archans in Cambodia. Asian devotees like in Cambodia, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong highly respected such a monk who can make amulets that are very famous in fetching wealth and protection for the owner of such holy amulets. LP Gai is well-known among amulet collectors in this part of the region. He often visit Thailand.

This Phra Khun Paen amulet is made from many holy substances including LP Gai’s holy hair in B.E.2545 (2002) which features a Maravichai-style Buddha Image under the Thai classical roof with 3 Naga heads and reverse with sacred Khmer spell. This special piece has a hand-written Yant inscription by LP Gai personally.

People believed that Phra Khun Paen "Gai Ya Seet" amulet made by LP Gai has the power in protecting and bring charming qualities to the owner. This amulet is especially good in career advancement and securing good fortune in business affairs to the owner. LP Gai has been making amulets for developing many temples that require donations. LP Gai is 78 years old (B.E.2554).

LP Gai is a highly respected monk in Cambodia and many provinces in Thailand nearby Cambodia's border. LP Gai was born in BE. 2475 (A.D.1932). His father was a well-known Cambodian archan specializing in all aspects of Cambodians Vedas. But his father is not a Buddhist monk. Instead LP Gai entered priesthood when he was very young.

LP Gai early Phra Khun Paen amulet with 3 GumanThong heads at the bottom is a powerful batch that is getting rare to find. On the back center is embedded with 1 silver piece of Takrut and this own collection has a specially hand written Yant script by LP Gai. Especially great in Maha Saneh.


Phra Khun Paen with 3 GumanThong heads and 1 silver takrut



LP Gai also created the latest batch Phra Khun Paen in B.E.2553 with an atttached photo locket of him holding a Lersi head that many collectors said is similar to one of LP Sawai's Khun Paen batch. The beautiful green foundation-rainbow phim comes with 3 Takruts and a brass Khun Paen image on the front.



Phra Khun Paen B.E.2553, Green Rainbow Phim with LP Gai Locket Image



LP Sakorn


Phra Khun Paen - LP Sakorn Wat Nongkrub (New Batch)


LP Sakorn of Wat NongKrub, Rayong Province was born on 3rd February 1938. Now he is 73 years old. He studied supernatural sciences under Mr. Lor and Mr. Thad when he was young. He regularly served Luang Pu Tim of Wat Lahanrai. When he grew up into a young man, he gained possession of supernatural powers, which he never used to destroy others, but always help those in needs. He was ordained into monkhood at the age of 20 at Wat NongKrub. After that, he went to Wat Lahanrai during the Buddhist Lent, where he became a disciple of LP Tim in order to dedicate himself to learning Buddhist scriptures and arcane sciences from LP Tim.

LP Sakorn is the only one who succeeded in making Phra Khun Paen Prai Guman amulets and magic sciences from LP Tim whom had demonstrated high spirituality achievement and supernatural powers. LP Sakorn studied until he had developed a clear understanding of these matters and was adept at performing them. And then he developed further skills in supernatural subjects that he had studied with passion on all aspects. This event had led him to seek higher knowledge from the Venerable Father Peng Sasano at Wat Laharn Yai. LP Sakorn later accepted the advice from LP Tim to further his studies under the tutelage of a very senior monk Venerable Grandfather Hin at Wat Nong Sanom. After he had completed his studies of supernatural sciences from LP Hin, he travelled further to study under LP Som at Wat BanChong.

LP Sakorn also went through studies in both supernatural arts and religious scripts under various from monks and laymen. Then in 1965, LP Kliangtham Thiyo, the ninth Abbot of Wat NongKrab passed away and the village head of NongKrab travelled to see LP Tim at Wat Lahanrai to seek blessing for LP Sakorn to return and become the Abbot of Wat NongKrab. Even though LP Sakorn was officially appointed as the abbot of Wat NongKrab, he did not forsake LP Tim as his mentor and often returned to pay respect and always take care of LP Tim until LP Tim passed away in 1975 at the age of 72 years old.

Phra Khun Paen amulets made by LP Sakorn are similar in shape and design with his teacher LP Tim. The trademark similarity is the gold painted front side and 2 Salika Takrut embedded behind the amulet. LP Sakorn had made several popular batches with the remaining sacred Plai Guman powder from his teacher such as B.E.2530, B.E.2546, and B.E.2551 declared the last batch "Roon Suthai".


LP Prom
           Khun Paen B.E.2553 1st Batch, LP Prom, Wat Palanubab Pattani Province

LP Prom was born on August B.E. 2461 and ordained for the second time on 5th December B.E. 2530. He had undergone intensive meditation at a cemetery near Wat Huay Ngok, Yala Province for 6 years. LP Prom likes to learn arcane sciences during his spare time and he can be considered as a scholar in magic occult subjects. For a long time LP Prom have been the abbot of Wat Phalanubap (also known as Wat Tung Phala) even though he is a very seclusive monk.


Phra Khun Paen created by LP Prom is very efficacious with wonderful experience in Metta Mahaniyom and also bring charismatic appeal to the worshipper to strike affinity with people. Its positive energy can be felt almost instantaneously after wearing due to his knowledge in arcane science and high level of meditative power to create highly effective amulets. One thing perculiar about this phim design is the left hand of Khun Paen touching the ground which is similar to LP Prom's left hand touching the ground in a sitting position.



LP Prom is 93 years old (B.E.2554). In recent years LP Prom became very popular eventhough at his advanced age. Amulets that he created for soldiers at the frontline battle in Southern Thai provinces have proven to be miraculously effective in protective power against bullets and bombs. 



Wat BarnKrang Suphanburi

Khun Paen Wat BarnKrang, Big Chest Phim


Khun Paen Wat BarnKrang does not need further introduction. It is regarded by worshippers and collectors as the de facto Khun Paen amulet. This piece was originated from Wat Bangkrang and it is considered old, but not as old as the 300+ years. Wat Bangkrang had reproduced many batches over the century and there is no actual record of how many batches have actually been reproduced. Temple reproduction will usually contain mixture of old holy powders and borken pieces from Old Kru.

At the very least we can study the 2 distinct characteristics derived from the phim mould of a Big Chest type Bangkrang Khun Paen. The earthen color and coarse texture is the first sign. The second sign is the clear appearance of several visible line markings at the sides. This piece had a clear crack lining at the tip along with several thin marking lines.

Power effects of most mainstream amulets e.g. Somdej always do not come immediately. Bangkrang Khun Paen is no exception. Its efficacies and benefits will gradually build up in 1-2 weeks time of wearing the amulet with strong faith.



Khun Paen for CASANOVA


In recent years Phra Khun Paen amulets had evolved in accordance to changes in taste and lifestyles of worshippers and collectors. From observation, the motive behind the creation of this Khun Paen amulets featuring some daring images is mainly to distinguish that it is different from others especialy in potraying strong MahaSaneh (lethal opposite sex attraction). People always associate Khun Paen as the best Romeo with many wives and consorts. This may be the key reason why this Casanova type of amulets were created for the Casanovas who have only 1 aim - to charm and attract the opposite sex. But this type of Phra Khun Paen amulet had created controversies in the Buddhist Council in Thailand. An example of this controversial piece that is being presented here is actually a beautiful piece of art. This batch was named "Coyote" the word defining ambient nightlife with plentiful of drinks, seductive women and good sex.



Well, from a collector's point-of-view, there is nothing serious about this amulet. But imagine if a girl that you have been courting by using a casanova amulet were to accidentally see this explicit amulet hanging on your neck, the impression and personal reputation may be damaging. However, it is up to individual's taste in choosing what type of Phra Khun Paen to adore. We will not make any judgement whether it's right or wrong because the choice is in the mind of the beholder. Khun Paen after all is the most powerful charming taslisman ever created.



Lethal Attraction and Strong Sex Appeals

Talismans with the effects of garnering lethal attractions is not only limited to Khun Paen sacred occult. In Thailand, devotees also revered GumanThong the spirit son of Khun Paen. GumanThong or little spirit boys are created by monks during incantation ceremonies for the purpose of assisting worshipper in many ways particularly in the form of attracting wealth, fame and success to its owner.

The opposite gender of this little spirit is called GumanRe for the same purpose. From this perspective, the potent combination of GumanThong and Khun Paen is indeed an effective talisman for strong appeal and lethal attraction.

The first temples in Thailand to make GumanThong in modern times are Wat SamNgan and Wat Takong. Both temples are located in Nakhon Pathom Province. LP Tae was well known for making GumanThong also known as the Golden Child. It is believed that LP Tae had the supernatural power to see wondering souls of the dead that roamed the surroundings. The purpose of creating GumanThong is to give opportunity for those spirits to make merits before rebirth. This art form would require a high level of mind concentration and knowledge of Khmer sacred spells in order to unlock the secrets of GumanThong. LP Tae would cast the souls into a child-like statue and gave to people who needed help. After LP Tae passed away, the knowledge in making GumanThong was handed down to his disciple Archan Yeam.

Properties for attraction and appeal can also come in other forms. Thai masters also create a type of sacred oil termed Affinity Oil that can be applied on the body to enable the user to have affinity with people. Such sacred art can be made either in the form of oil, powder or cream. The ingredients used for this sort of "Affinity Oil" are herbal plants, flowers, incantated holy water from temple, sacred wood, and it may include special ingredients such as bone ashes and corpose oil under exceptional circumstances. The ingredients may vary according to the master's peferences and the effect may also vary depending on how this Affinity Oil renders the result in establishing affinity.


To devotees and worshippers of sacred amulets and talismans for love and attractions, they relate to the use of magical objects to attract the opposite gender. Many literacy works had been written in Thailand associating General Khun Paen's love affairs with many women and he is possessed strong charismatic virtue. A truly remarkable lover and a great warrior. Therefore, many masters focused their attention on personal affinity and appeal in the creation of Phra Khun Paen sacred talismans.



"Mae-Per" is another potent affinity cult object which has the object in stimulating sexual appeal and making a woman worshipper being popular and appealing to the male gender. The art form of Mae-Per is depicted with a female gesture with her legs wide open signifying delivery of a child. Mae-Per symbolises good fortune, love and wealth for women worshipper whereas the opposite "Palad Khik" represents cult object for men.

The Thais also believe in "Mae TaKien" a beautiful female ghost spirit that is the guarding of TaKien trees. To be effective as a talisman to offer protection and to be used for attraction it must be made from TaKien trees. As a sacred object, Mae Takien is used to help in boosting the personal appeal of the women to the opposite sex.

Another cult object for love attraction in the form of a man embracing a woman called "E-Per ". It is generally known as love amulets has strong appealing power on the opposite sex. This love affinity amulet can intensify the user's sexual desire and love towards women.


In particular, E-Per and Mae-Per are sacred objects that can bring great sexual appeals to worshippers that contained the elements of "Yin and Yang".

There are many shapes and sizes, and materials used in the making of such Love Affinity Amulets. Some of these affinity amulets are made by prominent masters and some are made by occult practitioners.


The various forms of personal affinity objects mentioned above each have their own magical powers in securing lethal attractions and charming personality to the user. But the person must observe the 5 Buddhist Precepts failing which they must be prepared to face the Karma that he or she created.



Hoon Pa Yon


Khun Paen’s legend is also associated with another cult object called “Hoon Pa Yon”. It is a small figurine usually like a human doll or an old man. Thai people believed Khun Paen could also use his magic to make Hoon PaYon for protecting his house and personal assets. Just my personal view Khun Paen probably used Hoon Pa Yon to protect his wives and lovers as well.


Hoon PaYon can be made from many materials such as soil, metal, bamboo etc. In the past Hoon Pa Yon was mainly created to take care of the house, office, farm and valuables from thief, protecting the owner from black magic, evil spirits and malicious omens. It can also bring good fortune in business affairs to the owner.

The power of Hoon Pa Yon is not activated by using dead spirits unlike GumanThong. Instead it’s activated with spells and using raw materials as mentioned above. Hoon Pa Yon can be made in different shapes and sizes.




The making of Hoon Pa Yon must go through sacred incantation spells by a master who knew this ancient arcane knowledge. Reputable masters in Thailand today making good Hoon Pa Yon are Luang Phor Chang Ganatasilo of Wat Ngaung Yai Mow, Kruba Thep DhammaRungSee of Wat Tum MungKorn Thong, Luang Phor Sa Ngah of Wat BanMau, Luang Phor Pon of Wat CherngWai, Luang Phor Muk of Wat Kowlekrarngsadow, Luang Phor Kloy of Wat Phukulthong and Ajarn Sup.




If you find Hoon Pa Yon wrapped with colour threads, how would you define the purpose of usage. In general, Red thread means guarding the owner’s house or assets. Black thread means protecting the owner from black magic or evil harms. White thread means bringing good fortune to the owner. There are also other colours as well and it is good to seek out their colour representation or the purpose of the Hoon Pa Yon from the master creator themselves to be exact.


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