Hand inscribed and bound by the Master himself, Por Tan Gaen's famous Say Kart Aew Takrut Gao Dork Nine Yantra scroll spell waistcord Talismanic charm, so highly renowned for its compendium of powerful Magic, imbued with the power of Kong Grapan, Klaew Klaad, Serm Yos, Maha Sanaeh, Maha Ud, Metta, Maha Amnaj, Gae Aathan and Maha Lap.
Por Tan Gaen always inscribed and bound each Takrut with his own hands, empowering them throughout the process with Incantations. Many masters would often use their apprentices to assist in the making of amulets, but Por Tan Gaen did not. This is one of the reasons his Takrut are considered to be so powerful, and are so highly sought after and revered by his devotees. Each Takrut is bound with a cord wrapping individually, which are made with Incantations for each individual Takrut scroll. The Takrut themselves have their own complex tiresom methods of inscription and empowerment, but the knotwork spellbound cords used to complement the Wicha, are almost certainly more complex and difficult to perform. This is why Por Tan gaen never really allowed his Looksit to assist in his inscriptions, and only the most well trained in Wicha to help perform the knotwork.
He made the Takrut in various forms, ranging from his single Takrut Tone, to cord belts with 3, 5, 7 or 9 Takrut attached. Different colored cords were used depending on each individual item, and availability of cord when Por Tan Gaen made them. This exhibit has yellow ochre beltstring, and white cord This exhibit carries all the classic traits of Por Tan Gaen's classic style of Takrut Cord Binding, and is an exemplary item for its ease of recognition, and undoubtable authenticity.
This particular Say Kart Aew has Nine Takrut Spells bound to the belt, making a very extensive compendium of powerful Wicha available, to cover all angles of protection, and bring all kinds of blessings
Por Tan Gaen, of Wat Tung Lor, in Nakorn Sri Tammarach was a Gaeji Ajarn of this Southern Province of Olden Days. he was born in 2449 BE, and ordained at the age of 20, becoming the Abbot of Wat Tung Lor in the year 2500 BE. His most sought after amulets are his first edition 2516 BE, and second edition 2518 BE coins, the Rian Song Nam 2520 BE coin, the 2524 BE - 2525 BE Pra Pid Ta (in 3 sizes, originally cast in 2500 BE but re-released in 2524 BE), the Rian Traimas coin amulet, and his Takrut Tone amulets.
Especially preferred and revered, and also the Say Kart Aew Yantra Scrolls on cord belts, which he made in variables of 3, 5, 7, and 9 Takrut. Por Tan Gaen also made some Pha Yant (Yantra Cloths), which are very rare, and highly prized, especially his Pha Yant Nang Kwak. Por Tan Gaen was always a simple monk who did not gather material requisites, and made many of his Talismanic charms one by one, to hand to his devotees, which makes for a Pantheon of amulets that are both extremely rare to find, and which vary individually.
Por Tan Gaen is one of the Great Olden Days Masters of the Southern Khao or Sorcery Lineages, and his small but highly preferred pantheon of amulets can be considered a Genre in themself, with their own niche of highly fervent devotees, who swear by their power. In the amulet appreciation societies his Monk coins are very highly regarded and sought after, and considered to be extremely powerful Kong Grapan Chadtri Protective Magic.
Above Image; Newspaper article newsflash telling of a miraculous survival of Gunstopper Magic, with a devotee who wore the Rian Por Tan Gaen Monk Coin, and survived assassination attempt, through Maha Ud Gunstopper, preventing the gun from firing. The asassin fired three times, but the gun remained silent. This caused Por Tan Gaen's amulets to become highly sought after further afield from the southern provinces, making him first Nationally, and then Internationally popular for Kong Grapan Chadtri Klaew Klaad Magic.
Por Tan Gaen was born on Saturday the 4th April in 2449 BE, and was given the Name 'Gaen', which has a double meaning, referring to his slight cheekiness. This was considered normal due to the fact he was born on a Sao Ha 5 Day - Sao Ha 5 means the 5th Lunar phase of the 5th Lunar Month of the Lunar Year, on the 15th Phase of the Moon (Full Moon).
A person born under such auspicious and powerful astrological alignments is believed to be possessed with magical powers from birth under powerful magical cosmic alignments. This turned out to be true when Por Tan Gae showed immense interest from a young age to study Wicha Akom, Khom Agkhara and Magic Spells. He was able to become an apprentice in Magick to the Great Por Tan Chang. He soon mastered many Wicha to the point of excellence, and pleased his Kroo Ba Ajarn Por Tan Chang to the Utmost with the powerful results he was able to achieve in a very short time indeed.
Por Tan Gaen Ordained when he came of age at the age of 21 years old with Por tan Chang as his Upachaya ordaining officer. He was given the 'Chāyā' Monks surname of Tammasārō. He continued to study and practice under his Kroo Ba Ajarn Por Tan Chang, now as an Ordained Bhikkhu, and completed his Mastery of the Kampira Grimoires of his Master Lineage. However, he was still not without some worldly responsibilities, and once more disrobed thereafter to help his parents with the farming, as they had kept begging him to disrobe and come back to help them. he fulfilled his responsibility and disrobed, to help his family. During his time of disrobal helping his family, he used the Wicha he had Mastered to heal broken bones, using kata and Oil he had made, and succeeded in healing many broken bones of the local population in the township.
After about 10 years of disrobal, Por tan Gaen returned to be ordained as a Bhikkhu at the age of 31 years old, this time with Por Tan Dech of Wat Kuan Geuy as Upachaya ordaining officer, who was an ex apprentice in sorcery to Por Tan Chan, the same Kroo Ba Ajarn as Por Tan Gaen, and a Great Gaeji Ajarn Master Monk in his own right in that time. The Great Luang Por Tan Tat of Wat Nong Kae was present as Pra Gammawajajarn prompting officer during the ordination ceremony. Luang POr Tan Gaen was given the same Chāyā as the first time he ordained; Tammasārō.
The classics of Por Tan Gaen are;
1. Rian Por Tan Gaen Run Raek 1st edition Coin 2516 BE
2. Rian Por Tan Gaen Run Sorng 2nd edition Coin 2518 BE
3. Rian Por Tan Gaen Run Song Nam - Once a Year showering ceremony edition 2520 BE (5000 coins pressed).
4. Pra Pid Ta Por Tan Gaen - these amulets were forged and case as Por tan Gaen drew Sacred Yant in the smolten metal, and would cast each single amulet one at a time, using Ngern Yuang ancient Sacred Silver and Alchemical Bronze Alloy. Each Pid ta would be slightly different in shape and size due to the individual casting method. They are however officially categorised into three main sizes, 1 Pim Lek (small) 2. Pim Klang (medium), and Pim Yai (large). Por Tan Gaen would give each amulet a whole year of empowerment before giving them to devotees who came to make merits and donate to the temple.
5. Rian Run Traimas Trimester Edition Coin amulet, made using very extensive and diligent methods of design and casting, for distribution to those who assisted in the restoration of Wat Tung Lor, in thanks for their generosity and merits made for the temple. These amulets also received a whole year of nightly empowerments before distribution by Por Tan Gaen.
6. Say Kart Aew waistcord magic belt type talismanic Charms. Some had Takrut, some had Civara Robe, or other variations. These items are extremely rare and sought after by devotees, because it is known that Por Tan Gaen would make them with his own hand, and not allow his devotees or assistants to perform the duty instead. He would insist on performing the inscriptions, rolling of Takrut and the binding of the spellbound chueak akom cords, performing the knotwork binding spells and incantations according to the complex formulas he had memorised and mastered. Because he made them all by his own hand, he never made as many as many other masters, who had helpers to assist, which makes his say Kart Aew and Takrut Kart Aew magic belts so extremely rare and precious.
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