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Na Hnaa Tong

Na Hnaa Tong

Na Hnaa Tong is of the Maethaa Mahaniyom/Maha Sanaeh family of Na/Yant.
Intended to attract friendly interest, love and compassion – protection From illness is also inflected.
This is often cast as a spell by rubbing gold leaf on the forehead and then blowing the necessary kata into it.
Good for business too — makes you likeable/believable when talking to customers.

Na Hnaa Tong

This magical incantation and sacred geometrical yantra is applied either by tattooing it or by inscribing it with a pointed penlike needle instrument on the head and face (without ink or breaking of the skin); In the latter method, gold leaf is used to put on the forehead and sometimes also tongue (there are two similar ceremonies; Na Hnaa Tong (Golden faced Na of Pra Laks [Lakshman]) and Sariga Lin Tong (golden tongued paradise bird). The two serve the same purpose, but are different magicks. Unless you know the difference you might mistake Na Hnaa Tong for Sariga Lin Tong because both apply gold leaf to the tongue.

Application Method;

Whilst inscribing the Agkara letter Na, chant;
Naamanangsamaasoe Yuth-thath-toe yuthath-ta haeng naama Pra Puu Bpen Jao. Na Bpen Agkara Na Na Maetthaa Arahang Sammaa Samputtoe.

Whilst inscribing the Agkara letter Moe, chant;
Naamanangsamaasoe Yuth-thath-toe yuthath-ta haeng naama Pra Puu Bpen Jao.
Moe Bpen Agkara Moe Moe Maetthaa Arahang Sammaa Samputtoe.

Whilst inscribing the Agkara letter Put, chant;
Naamanangsamaasoe Yuth-thath-toe yuthath-ta haeng naama Pra Puu Bpen Jao.
Put Bpen Agkara Put Put Maetthaa Arahang Sammaa Samputtoe.

Whilst inscribing the Agkara letter Taa, chant;
Naamanangsamaasoe Yuth-thath-toe yuthath-ta haeng naama Pra PuuBpen Jao.
Taa Bpen Agkara Taa Taa Maetthaa Arahang Sammaa Samputtoe.

Whilst inscribing the Agkara letter Ya, chant;
Naamanangsamaasoe Yuth-thath-toe yuthath-ta haeng naama Pra Puu Bpen Jao.
Ya Bpen Agkara Ya Ya Maetthaa Arahang Sammaa Samputtoe.

After this, chant;
Na Suwannoe namassithawaa, Khor Hnaa Khor Rasamii Hnaa Khapajao.
Mii rasamii hmuean dang tong kam

(Project it into the Pintu of the Na [the circle at the head of the na with the curved line]).
Then chant;
Moe Garoemanii Choethaganja Khor Hnaa Khor Rasamii Hnaa Khapajao.
Mii rasamii hmuean yaang Gaew Manii Chote

(project into the “Tanta” [second part of the na - see my explanation of the five elements of Na design].

Then chant;
Put Gaaroesangkamae Saethtangja
Khor Hnaa Khor Rasamii Hnaa Khapajao.
Mii rasamii hmuean yaang Hoy Sangkh

(project into the paeta)
Chant;
Taa Gaaroe Siriyae Aewa
Khor Hnaa Khor Rasamii Hnaa Khapajao.
Mii rasamii hmuean Pra Suriyaa Daed Awn

(project into the Angku).
Chant;
Ya Garoemugaewaja
Khor Hnaa Khor Rasamii Hnaa Khapajao.
Mii rasamii hmuean Yaang Hoy Mugkh Putta Ma Mang.

(invoke into the Siira).
Puttang Saranag Kajchaami (refuge in the Buddha).
(Project into the head of the “Ongk Pra” (Buddha image above the Na).
Tammang Sarang kajchaami (refuge in the Dharma
(project into the body of Ongk Pra).
Sangkang Saranang kajchaami (Refuge in the Sangha)
(project into the feet/base of the Ongk Pra).

Whilst inscribing the letters MA A U at the end, chant;
Agkara Ma Bpen agkara Ma (for the Ma)
Agkara A Ma Bpen agkara A (for the A)
Agkara U Ma Bpen agkara U (for the U).

Kata for the Unaalome;
Unaaloemaa Bpana Chaayathae

Below Pic; Pra Laks (Laksman) – Golden faced deva – brother of Pra ram (rama) in the Ramakian (Thai ramayana) – all three brothers are seen to be incarnations/emanations of the God Vishnu. In Thai Buddhism, Hinduism and the vedas are intemingled, and the God Vishnu is seen to have 10 Avatars (reincarnations) – One of them is believed to have been the Buddha Sakyamuni. The golden face of Pra Laks was so attractive that anyone who saw his face would be enchanted and like him. This is the underlying influence of the Na Hnaa Tong Ceremony. The Magick spell should make anyone who sees you be enchanted as if your face was that of Pra Laks.

pralakshnaatong

After this, chant the following into the Na; Garaniiya (generosity) Maetthaa (compassion and favour) Garunaa (Mercy) Mutithaa Ubaegkhaa (non attachment/entanglement in matters) Naarii Jaggawath-thiraachaa (Jaggawath means empire, raachaa means king or ruler/emperor makes you protected by the lord) Manoejoerang (manoe means mind, joerang means villain – protect from evil doers) Maetthaa Jith-thang Biyang Ma Ma(Biyang means Majestic, Maetthaa Jith-thang means merciful mind/thoughts) Ma Ma is a kind of calling towards oneself (come here).

You can make this Na on the forehead with gold leaf, or oil, or you can tattoo it somewhere if you like in ink (but i dont recommend the forehead!). You can make it on a cake of face powder and use to powder your face with (many ladies of the night do this)
If you inscribe it into the powder or when patting your face with it, chant;
Sappae Chanaa Pahuu Chanaa.
Alternatively you can put it on lip gloss (in Thailand you can buy lip gloss aw a waxy substance in a flat round tin/platic lid – this is easy to inscribe the Na onto modern lipstick is the wrong shape for it to be possible). This Charm is even powerful effect when meeting people in High Social positions.

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