Pha Yant means ‘cloth Yantra’ and is even more widespread with Thai Buddhist people than Sak Yant Thai Temple Tattoos, and has an even larger panntheon of Yantra, with designs coming from thousands of Masters and Temples around Thailand. Some compositions are indeed extremely impressive, some silk screened, and some hand inscribed. Considering how many […]
Yant Grao Paetch, or, as known in English Language; The Diamond Armour Yantra, is a very powerful Yantra with a rich heritage and history, which carries rules which must be kept for the Yant to remain Powerful, and can easily be corrupted and polluted by not keeping the rules of wearing this sacred Yant.
I have made a podcast to explain the seriosity and effects of not keeping the main rule of wearing Sak Yant Grao Paetch, and am publishing it here for Devotees of Sak Yant Thai Temple Tattoos to listen to and contemplate
Yant on rear face of Pra Khun Phaen Klueab Amulet by Pra Ajarn Daeng
Sak Yant Grao Paetch Diamond Armour Yantra Tattoo from Ajarn Pi Bang Grating
I hope this podcast about the rules of the Diamond Armour yantra are useful and of interest to you and assist you in growing your knowledge, and increasing your seriosity and respect, for the ancient and sacred Wicha Sak Yant.
I have also included below a tutorial with laser pointer showing the incantations within the sacred Yant Grao Paetch, which is also a necessary part of wearing this Yant, to perform the Incantation as ‘Kata pPluk’ to invoke its power.
Buddha Magic Project has Published a new Tutorial of the Incantation for the Sacred Yant Grao Paetch (Diamond Armour) Yantra – used in Sak Yant Thai Temple Tattoos and Sacred Amulets. I (Ajarn Spencer Littlewood), have now published a detailed synopsis of the Kata Pluk (Invocation) of the Kata Yant Grao Paetch.
Sak Yant Grao Paetch Diamond Armour Yantra Tattoo from Ajarn Pi Bang Grating
The synopsis is made with a whiteboard video using red cursor, to guide you through the composition of the Khom-Pali Kata Inscriptions within the Sacred Yant, and how to Chant this Incantation. This should help to invoke the Power within your Sak Yant Grao Paetch Tattoos.
This tutorial is made for use in the Sak Yant Foundation and the Buddha Magic Projects i am involved in, to increase knowledge and build a foundation of reference material in the English Language for those in the present and future to research.
Diamond Armour Yantra – Yant Grao Paetch
Kata Yant Grao Paetch
The Incantation within the great Diamond Armour Yantra of Luang Por Parn, of Wat Bang Nom Kho – so famously seen tattooed on the skin of Thai Buddhist People since Ancient Times, (and Foreigners in Modern Times). Use this Kata to Invoke and Empower your Yant before leaving the home to travel, and chant silently within on your journeys, to evade all dangers and inauspicious circumstances. This Kata Tutorial will also be added to the page for Yant Grao Paetch design for reference.
I Ra Chā Ka Dta Rasā Dti Hang Ja Dtō Rō Thi Nang Bpi Sam Ra Lō Bu Sa Pu Sō Mā Na Ga Ri Thā Tō Pa Sam Sam Wi Sa Tē Pa Ka Pu Ban Tū Tam Wa Ka Wā Tō Nō A-Ma-Ma Wā A Wich Su Nuch Sā Nu Dti
Khom is the Sacred Khmer Sanskrit Script used to Inscribe Incantations around, and within Sacred Yant, and is for many Sak Yant Devotees, a fascinating topic in itself. Many people wish to leanr (and indeed quite a few people have already succeeded) in learning Khom.
After various relatively failed attempts over the years to try to explain Khom Agkhara Sanskrit on the web, i have begun using some whiteboard application to try to create some content to help people to understand the grammar of spelling in Khom, and how to use it to inscribe Sacred Yant. Also to analyse the meanings and symbols within the incantations found within Yant.
Kata Novahorakun – A Sang Wi Su Lo Bu Sa Pu Pha – Itipiso Encoded
I hope to step the episodes up and try to somehow formulate a series of Khom School lessons for those who are trying to figure it out. I have already done a few tentative attempts, and would like to share them with you here.
I apologize for the lack of calligraphic prowess in the above inscription tutorial, which is because the whiteboard app used does not allow for anything else but a thin even line to draw with. However, i feel that the tutorial serves it’s purpose, in allowing you to see how the spelling is performed.
In the above lesson which is primitively filmed (made ages ago), i explain floating vowels but do not mention that apart from the eight stand alone floating vowels, there are four other compound vowels in addition which are classified separately, and the mother of all vowels (Aw/Or) which is classed as a consonant. This gives us a total possible thirteen vowel sounds on Khmer Khom, but it must be said that in Sak Yant Thai Temple Tattoos, many Samnak and Kroo Ba Ajarn use ‘Thai-Khom’, which is a more complex and developed alphabet and A completely different set of grammar rules, which allow a further set of vowels to be added, such as the short ‘Oe’ vowel, and the short ‘Ae’ vowel, as well as the classic Thai ‘Ao’ vowel.
Now some Yant Analyses
And one last one with a Sacred Na Hua Jai Suea Tiger Spell i made on a bottle of Nam Man Suea Kroeng from Luang Phu Bpan.
Hi to All friends and fans of Sak Yant Thai temple tattoos. I am now pleased to announce that I am currently completely absorbed in and, in the midst of the production of Full feature-length documentary movie about Sak Yant Thai temple tattoos and peripheral topics.
I shall be calling the production by its nickname “Sak Yant the Movie”, until i give it its Official Title before release.
I have already started traveling around, and visiting the various Samnak Sak Yant,, to collect high definition video footage. I shall be covering as much of the wonderful, and fascinating world of Sacred Yantra tattooing, and the ritual ceremonies which accompany this both cult, and occult subject.
It goes without saying, that I will be including my own descriptive narrative to tell the story on to reveal as much about Sak Yant Thai temple tattooing a s possible and to try to open up the mysteries and transmit the ambience of the exp erience of Sak Yant tattooing to those Who are not able to travel to Thailand but wish to experience more of the feeling than one can get from reading books which a very static and do not transmit the atmosphere, As well as the video film medium does.
This should then of course bring a much more multifaceted experience To documenting the subject of Sak Yant Thai temple tattoos. The movie will be available on YouTube, in the form of shorter low definition video episodes, but will also be available on DVD in high definition for those who wish to support me with my investment time and effort given to producing this very difficult to produce movie.
Already spent well over 5000 American dollars on my research and equipment for the making of this movie I need to spend at least another $15,000 to finish it. Two things on my shopping list in the moment are a professional mobile news come and an AR drone with HD video cam, in order to do flyover sequences in big ceremonies and rituals and to catch amazing action shots and unusual angles, to bring as much enjoyment to the experience.
Here is a short preview, and a little warmup practice run which I made as to whet your appetites, for what is to come.
I am also simultaneously preparing another Documentary Movie called ‘Buddha Magic the Movie’ based on my ‘Buddha Magic’ Ezine Publications, which will if successful and has enough following, will extend itself from the pilot movie, to become a documentary series of one hour Video Documentaries, as a continuing Series. Below you can see one of my practice warmups, which i am publishing on you tube until i become expert enough to produce the real McCoy Movie. I wish to try to make the production as profesisonal and high class as possible, but please understand that i am a one man band in this venture, and must perform all tasks myself, from the filming, editing, narrative, and storyline making. I myself an satisfied with my progress till now, and hope you are too.
A little look into the Personal Private Wai Kroo ceremony, which I celebrated at my home ashram on 6 March 2557. All people who receive Sak Yant tattoos, as well as devotees of the Lersi Hermit Gods and Occult Sorcery, must according to tradition receive the laying on of the Lersi Khone Mask (Siarn Kroo), and attend or perform the Mass today ceremony which is known in Thai language as ‘Wai Kroo’.
A small preview of some of the video documentation I am preparing for releasing as a full feature length documentary. This is still in prototype form and hopes to receive much more polish by the time I produce the final product