Luang Phu In Khema Taewo, Wat Nong Meg, Surin.
Known as “The Science of Great Charm“, there are still many people who still do not believe that it truly exists. The curiosity and desire to learn by oneself whether or not the magical sciences were genuine was the catalyst for Luang Pu In as a young man to study and learn all that he could about the subject of “great charm”. He wanted to know the truth.
Luang Pu In said that “In the past, I wanted women to love and admire me but our household was so poor no girl was interested. So I decided to learn charm magic for myself.
At a young age, he was already a master of Wicha Maha Sanaeh (the charm and charm of wealth). As a layman, he enjoys practicing Maha Sanaeh magic. When ordained, because of his interest in making amulets, he sought out great masters to teach him their respective sacred sciences
As a layman, he was most successful in seducing the ladies and flirting with them, which made all the other men in the area jealous. That’s because he has the special Maha Sanaeh wicha. In 2497, he was ordained as a bhikkhu at Sasana Buddha, and continued his journey in search of Wicha Akom, passing through Tudong to Cambodia and staying for nearly ten years to practice and study various Wichas. He specialized in Wicha by Maha Sanaeh, Metta Mahaniyom, Choke Lap, Kaa Khaay.
Luang Pu In said that whilst in Cambodia he studied Wicha from Khmer texts considered the strongest and in particular sciences under the “Kampong Chnoua” line, believed to be the most powerful way to help people succeed in love, enhance kindness, charm and attraction. “Kampong Chanua” is a pure form of magic and magic spells of the great charm and usually only taught to those with Khmer blood.
One of the many spells he mastered was singing in the leaves and turning them into “Ya Maha Sanaeh” (attraction potion). There are two ways to do this, one is to mix it before casting spells, and the other is to mix it and turn it into oil Nam Man Prai (known as `Nam Man Prai Long Hon`) who has great power in Metta Mahaniyom and Maha Sanaeh. When Luang Phu prepared Nam Man Prai, he first dried the leaves in the sun and then ground them into a powder (some, not all). Most of the time, Luang Phu grinds them by hand. Some of the herbs in the blend include; Prai Ongkachaat. Prai Dam, Prai Jampa and other important medicinal or sacred herbs. Some will be coarsely ground and left to dry, others will be pulverized and dried into powder.
With the ancient Khmer Wicha Gampong Jam and the Wicha Nia Kajia Maha Sanaeh that he mastered, he was also able to create and strengthen the legendary deity Taep Paetch Payatorn, known as one of the most powerful spells. The strongest attraction of all Khmer Charms. Wicha. His knowledge of sacred oils and herbs, along with Wicha Gampong Jam’s secret empowerment and summoning methods, he created amulets and invoked many gods Paetch Payatorn reside in talismans of his irresistible power.
After the dough dries and the mixing ritual begins, “Look Sawaat” is also mixed with the ingredients. Luang Phu then added Nam Man Prai Long Hon to the mix, which turned the sacred Luang Phu powder used in his amulet into an extremely powerful Maha Sanaeh mantra.
It is generally considered that there are four great masters of Charm magic, notably Luang Phor Chuen of Wat Ta Ee who is considered the strongest, closely followed by Luang Phor In. Next would be the owner of the famous sandalwood charm technique that being Luang Pho Koi of Wat Pa Daeng. Last but not least is Luang Por Pan who posses Karen Khom Wisdom and regarded by many as the ultimate master monk with expertise in charm magic. It is unfortunate that LP Chuen has since passed away.