Magic oil Nam Man Sanee Nam Ta Haeng Takrut Ngern 2 Dok Thai amulet from the venerable Ajahn Kom Dreiwet Aomnoi, Arsom Baramee Pho Kae, Ban Makham Riang, Tambon Bang Kung, Amphoe Mueang, Changwat Suphanburi, Thailand from the year B.E. 2553 (2010).
Ajahn Kom belongs to the most honoured holy magicians and seers of Thailand. He is a Grand Master of the white magic and his amulets as well as statues count among the most effective in Thailand.
Ajahn Kom produces all his amulets after old tradition in manual labour, therefore, these are only available in very small numbers of pieces. Sometimes it needs a little luck to receive such an amulet, before it is sold out in the Arsom.
Ajahn Kom created this oil after a confidential and only known to him recipe from holy ingredients, holy plants and oils. In the oil are a piece of the holy plant and two silver Takruts with luck-giving Pali formulae.
The oil is in a small glass bottle, the bottle is approx. 3.5 cm high and has a diameter of approx. 1 cm. Besides the oil was consecrated by Ajahn Kom especially for our customers in the 3/10/2011 once more. The bottle is approx. 3.5 cm high and has a diameter of approx. 1 cm. A Katha (incantation) which you receive in written translation belongs to the Nam Man Sanee.
The oil is to be massaged quite thinly to a body location which is uncovered from clothes, e.g., the curve of the neck. The Nam Man Sanee gives to its wearer creativity, attractiveness, charisma, strength and mental energy. It makes him affect other people attractively, strong-minded and likeable. In talks with other people it provides for a harmonious mood which affects particularly shop assistants, people who lead staff or who search for a partner positively.
Ajahn Kom is a close relative of our manager. Therefore we have a particularly close relationship with the venerable Ajahn Kom. The Ajahn Kom amulets and statues offered by us are directly handed over by himself.
He is a noteworthy magician and is high revered by the population. Beside his special abilities and his effective amulets and statues, his modesty is an essential reason for this admiration. Instead of equipping his Arsom magnificently or building a new magnificent Arsom, he prefers to help temples, e.g., in the establishment of an Ubosoth, a Sala or by the financing of a Phra Prathan (main Buddha standing in the Ubosoth). For this he uses the biggest part of the donations and income which he receives by the sales of his amulets and statues.
His wife Dao, his daughter Nui and his son Nüng help carry this decision and lead a modest life. Such a behavior even in Thailand meanwhile has become an uncommonness. Only a few people outside Thailand know that Ajahn Kom and his younger brother Sombat, are master of the holy tattoo and that they tattoo effective Sak Yants in traditional manner by hand (see the last photo).
Ajahn Kom was born in the year of the tiger on Tuesday, the 5/27/2505 (1962) at 09:00 o'clock local times as Dreiwet Oomthong in the Ban Bang Kung, Tambon Bang Kung, Amphoer Mueang, Changwad Suphanburi, Thailand.
His parents are Mr. Sanit and Mrs. Boonmee (Bua Khai) Oomthong. Ajahn Kom is the oldest of 3 children of Mr and Mrs Oomthong. His younger brother Sombat belongs to the great masters of the Sak Yahn, his older sister Pen Khai passed away at the age of 11 years.
Ajahn Kom is married, his woman is called Dao. They have two children: the daughter Nui and the younger son Nueng.
At the age of 7 years he visited the Ban Bang Kung elementary school which he finished successfully. After the attendance at the secondary school, he began at the age of 15 years an "traineeship" with his uncle who was a master of the traditional religious wood craft (Laai Thai). With him he learnt during two years the high art of the wood craft of temple windows and temple doors.
After his two-year-lasting traineeship he went on wanderings. Among the rest, he made carvings in Wat Don Fai Mai Suphanburi, Wat Mai Ruak Sukharam Phetburi, Wat Mahawan Chiang Mai, Wat Phan Tao Chiang Mai, Wat Presat Chiang Mai and Wat Intrawas (Ton Gwaen) Chiang Mai, and by this acquired great religious salaries (Tambun).
At the age of 24 years the venerable Ajahn Kom ordained in Wat Bang Kung to the monk and received the monk's name Charuwanna. Four days after his ordination he walked as Phra Thudong (forest monk) in the woods of north Thailand where he lived in caves and self built sheet huts.
Afterwards he went as a Phra Thudong to the woods of the province of Kanchanaburi where he was informed of a Than Lüssi in the secret of the mystified magic arts of the Phra Lüssis. Then his way led him to Ajahn Amorn Srimanoth, in the province Mae Hong Son north-Thailand who instructed him in the production of effective amulets. Ajahn Amorn was Sit Aek (the favourite pupil) of the best known Ajahns of Burma and belongs to the most important Ajahns of the country.
Then he returned to Suphanburi where he finished his monk's time and left the monk's state (Suek Phra). Short time later he got to know the venerable Luang Pho Phut, the abbot of Wat Klang Bang Phra, Nakhon Chaisri, Nakhon Pathom. He informed the venerable Ajahn Kom during five years among other things in Pali, the magic arts and in the creation of effective amulets and statues.
During this time he also got to know his wife Dao and married. Short time later their first child, daughter Nui, was born.
In the year B.E. 2542 (1999) he let himself instruct by the venerable Luang Pho Phon Bunyakamo, abbot of Wat Wang Yai Hun, Tambon Rua Yai, Amphoer Mueang, Changwat Suphanburi. Afterwards he withdrew for a year into the woods of the Amphoer Danchang, Suphanburi, to Phra Thudong Ajahn Kaew who informed him.
In the year B.E.2547 (2004) he asked the venerable Luang Pho Wong, abbot of Wat Pracha Wongsaram, Tambon Grud, Amphoer Punpin, Changwat Suratthani, for instruction. The venerable Luang Pho Wong was Sit Aek (the favourite pupil) of the high revered Luang Phu Klai, in his lifetime abbot of Wat Suan Khan. In March, 2548 (2005) the venerable Luang Pho Wong created a statue (Ruup Muean) to the memory of his great teacher, the venerable Luang Phu Klai. Luang Phu Wong celebrated a big consecration ceremony with numerous famous monks, in addition he also asked the venerable Ajahn Kom to take part as "consecration monk". This was a very high honouring for Ajahn Kom, because he might consecrate the statues together with the most famous monks of Thailand.
Luang Pho Wong created with his own hands a travelling stick (May Thao) as a present for the venerable Ajahn Kom. Among the rest, this exists of a 70-cm-long Phaen Yahn Thong Daeng which he marked with Pali formulae.