Thailand Amulets presents an all time classic and essential rarity, of one of the Great Guru Monks of the Transitional Era (Pre-Post 2500 BE), the Sacred Khiaw Hmoo Dtan (solid not hollow anomaly) Wild Boar’s Tooth carved Palad Khik with Tiger and Sariga Yantra spell Inscriptions, and Carved Tiger on the hilt from Luang Por Sawai, of Wat Bridaram. The Carved Talismanic Animist Charms with their famous and instantly recognisable Hand Inscriptions of Luang Por Sawai, are amongst the most highly sought after and preferred amulets of Luang Por’s Pantheon, and are very rare to encounter.
This exhibit is carved from a Wild Boars Tusk into the shape of a Palad Khik Lingam with a Tiger seated on the hilt of the Lingam. The tusk is not just any old Boars Tusk, rather, ‘Khiaw’ Dtan’. Khiaw Dtan is a tusk that has no hollow inner, which is very rare anomaly, and seen to be powerful magic especially for Kong Grapan Chadtri and Maha Amnaj.
We recommend you make a user account with the store (can create account in checkout) if you buy this amulet, as then you will access six different Kata Chanting Tutorial Downloads in the Files Section of Your Account Profile, which come with this amulet
1. Kata Sariga Master Incantation Enchantment Spell
2. Kata Nok Sariga – Compendium of Short Supplementary Chants
3. Kata Paya Rachasri Himapant Lion Chant for Power
4. Kata Suea for Tiger Wicha Amulets and Sak Yant Thai Temple Tattoos
5. Kata Bucha for Palad Khik Amulets
6. Kata Bucha Luang Por Sawai Wat Bridaram
This talismanic charm amulet is imbued with a multitude of different types of Magic which complete the powers needed for almost all walks of life, with the Wicha Suea Tiger Magic, fyued with the Wicha Sariga Celestial Magpie and the Wicha Palad Khik.
Kata Bucha Nok Sariga
The shaft of the Palad Khik has inscriptions of the Yant Suea Tiger Wicha, for Maha Pokasap Maha Amnaj Maha Ud Kong Grapan Chadtri Klaew Klaad, and the Head of the Palad Khik has the Inscription of the Yant Sariga Celestial Magpie spell, for Metta Maha Niyom Maha Sanaeh Jerajaa Kaa Khaay Magic.
Kroo Sathidt Chodtikun (Luang Por Sawai Thidtawanno), was an elder monk of the pre 2500 BE generation of Guru Masters, who was born in 2464 BE in Ayuttaya, and became the abot of Wat Bridaram in Nakorn Pathom. His father’s name was ‘Suea’ (meaning ‘Tiger’) and his Mother’s name was ‘Yim’ (meaning ‘Smile’). Luang Por Sawai became known as one of the Great masters of Nakorn Pathom Province, but indeed is highly revered by Devotees in Ayuttaya too, for he was born there.
Luang Por Sawai passed away during Loi Kratong period, on the 11th November, in the year 2543 BE. He was known for his powerful Kong Grapan Chadtri Klaew Klaad Maha Amnaj (Commanding Power & Dominion) carved hand inscribed talismans. Luang Por Sawai’ possesses great fame for this kind of ‘Krueang Rang’ Talisman is legendary.
Below; another classic example of Palad Khik Luang Por sawai with his inimitable inscriptions, including the Sariga Birds on the head of the Palad Khik, for your comparison, and to reveal the signature details of the hand inscriptions which Luang Por Sawai used for his Carved Talismanic Charms.
All of his carved talismans are equally popular, be it the carved Khiaw Moo Dtan solid Boar Tooth, Palad Khik carved from tooth, ivory, bone, wood and coral, or his other animist charms. His Muan Sarn Sacred Powders amulets are manyfold and also highly revered, and well documented in encyclopaedic works.
Above; The tip of the tusk has Luang Por Sawai’s highly recognisable Sariga Birds engraved into the head of the Palad Khik
Luang Por Sawai’s Patipatā (practice and diligence), was highly regarded by devotees all around Thailand, for his great Purity and Meritorious Behaviour and Charitable Acts became heard of far and wide. The power of his amulets and the stories of success, is of course an additional factor involved in the cause of Luang Por Sawai becoming such a popular and famous Master for his Talismanic Charms.
Luang Por Sawai is highly renowned for his Mastery of the Yant Maha Gamnerd Narai ‘Birth of Vishnu’ Spell, which is said to be amongst the most powerful and Universally Effective Magic Spells in the Dtamra Saiyawaet of Vedic and Khmer Sorcery
Kata Bucha Luang Por Sawai of Wat Bridaram.
Use for Bucha to Luang Por Sawai, and his amulets, and especially those with the image of tiger will have great benefits from this Kata also. Those who are familiar with Tiger Wicha amulets will notice the presence of certain phrases which are invovations or praises to the Payakka Tiger. This is part of Luang Por Sawai’s Wicha, and even his own father was named ‘Tiger’, and the Tiger Wicha is one of the various Animist Talismanic Spells he mastered during his lifetime. The Kata works for any amulet of Luang Por Sawai or for paying Reverence to Luang Por Sawai himself (Bucha).
Luang Por Sawai was a Gaeji Ajarn Master of the Nakorn Pathom Province, which is the land where the Dhavaradi Period of Buddhism arose, and is known as the ‘Daen Sri Dhavaradi’. Nakorn Pathom is the location of the Great Pathom Chedi first Stupa which is said to commemorate the Buddha’s first place of resting when his alleged journey to Siam took place. Thai Buddhist legend states that the Buddha did visit what was then still Suvarnabhumi before the Chakri Kingdom of Siam arose, and that he stopped to rest where the Great Chedi Stupa of Nakorn Pathom now stands. This Chedi is the oldest Chedi well over 1000 years old, and was built to commemorate the Buddha’s first resting place in Siam.
His famous Palad Khik, Khiaw Moo, and of course his final edition Takrut Bailan 100 Pi are amongst the many world famously powerful (and beautiful!) amulets of his pantheon to be accepted and highly regarded by the amulet appreciation societies of Thailand. The amulets of Luang Por Sawai are seen to grace the pages of encyclopaedic volumes of amulet aficionado societies, and has enjoyed a place of high status in national amulet magazines over the last few decades.
This Palad Khik is carved from a piece of natural Tusk, and has been inscribed with a mass of sacred Khom agkhara spell inscriptions, and Yant. The true ancient formula of inscriptions of the Dtamra Palad Khik are most impressively inscribed on the surface of the most difficult to fashion tusk. The Yant Suea Phaen ‘Leaping Tiger Yantra” is inscribed with immense detail, and a host of Khom Agkhara Inscriptions embellishing its power, with Invocations of Tiger Magic.
The invocations and awakening and turning of the four elements were performed, the heart Mantra to awaken the Palad Khik (Kata Hua Jai Jone – Heart of the Gangster Kata), and the Akarn 32 Incantation to reanimate it and bring it to life, with the spirit of the Magic of the Suea (tiger), Sariga (Celestial Magpie), and the Lingam of Shiva Wicha Palad Khik.
The Palad Khik is an Ancient Wicha, whose development can be traced right back to the Vedic Brahman Occult practices of Thousands of Years ago. Palad Khik amulets must be empowered by the repetition of incantations, which Thais call ‘Kata Bucha’. Kata Bucha are derived from the Devanagari word ‘ghata poojah’.
The incantations for Palad Khik depend on the creator’s lineage in each school of traditional Animist magic, but in truth, one can use any or all of the many different Kata given for Palad Khik..
Kata Bucha Palad Khik
Ganha Nē Ha – Na Ma Pa Ta
Ja Pa Ga Sa – Na Mo Put Taa Ya – Gan Ha Nē Ha Na – Ma Pa Ta – Om Siwaling – Sabbha Metta – Sabbha Pokaa – Sabbha Laapo – Sabbha Tanaa – Sabbha Yasa – Sabbha Pranee – Sabbha Mangalaani Bhavantume – Om Laluay Mahaa Laluay Samsip Sorng Hee Hae Hom Lorm Dtorm Kuay Khor Hai Guu Ram Ruay Pro Hua Kuay An Nii Da Daa Di Dii Duu Dii Hee Maa Kuay Maa Burut Maa Dii Sadtrii Mii Maa Swaa Home
Below is a Tutorial for Chanting the Kata Palad Khik