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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Phor Than Kong's Betel Leaves Wichah / Withi

  Betel Leaves


The Piper Betle ( Betel ) is the leaf of a vine belonging to the Piperaceae family. The betel leaf is known as Taambuul or Nagavalli in Sanskrit, Plue Thai, Daun Sirih Malay language and Pin-lang in Chinese.  It is valued both as a mild stimulant and for its medicinal properties. The betel plant is an evergreen and perennial creeper, with glossy heart-shaped leaves and white catkin.
 
In India, Burma, Nepal, Sri Lanka and other parts of South Asia, as well as South East Asia, the leaves of Piper betle are chewed together in a wrapped package along with the areca nut (which, by association, is often called the "betel nut") and mineral slaked lime (calcium hydroxide). The lime acts to keep the active ingredient in its freebase or alkaline form, thus enabling it to enter the bloodstream via sublingual absorption. The areca nut contains the alkaloid arecoline, which promotes salivation (the saliva is stained red), and is itself a stimulant. This combination, known as a "betel quid", has been used for several thousand years. Tobacco is sometimes added.

Piper Betle is popularly used in traditional medicine as it possesses antioxidant, antibacterial, antifungal, antidiabetic and radioprotective activities (Wirotesangthong et al., 2007). The betel leaf is used in a number of traditional remedies for the treatment of stomach ailments, infections, and as a general tonic. It is often chewed in combination with the betel nut (Areca catechu), as a stimulatory. Some evidence suggests that betel leaves have immune boosting properties as well as anti-cancer properties.


Adapted and adopted from http://www.neurosoup.com/betel.htm

Types Of Betel Leaves
There are various types of  Betel  Leaves (Piper betle). In Malaysia, there are several types of Betel Leaves; ‘Sirih Melayu’, ‘Sirih Keling’, ‘Sirih Cina’ and ‘Sirih Hutan’. Regardless the various types of betel leaves, regardless of its traditional remedies, the topic that I would like to share or discuss here is about the usage of this betel leaf according to its WICHAH  POWER.
 
Whether we realize or not most of the top and famous guru monks used to chew the betel leaves. Some gurus are using  their chewed betel leaves as one of the sacred ingredients in making their sacred amulets. Some of the ‘Chan Mark’ – chewed betel leaves were used to make votive tablet and the famous amulet using  ‘Chan Mark’ as its main material is ‘Look Om’.
 
Below are some of the example of Phor Than Kong’s sacred amulets using their ‘Chan Mark’.
Phor Than Kong’s Chan Mark Look Om.

 Luang Phor Kong’s See Pheung Chan Mark.

Luang Phor Kong’s  Chan Mark Takrut.
 

Makh Plue Withi 01


The discussion to be shared here are some of the examples of BETEL LEAVES WICHAH POWER  according to the THAI WICHAH by late Phor Than Kong ( Tok Raja @ Khron Ratchanaren ), late Phor Mor Keaw and Phor Mor Chau Nan.
This charmed betel leaf is used to discard / expel the influenced of black magic. This charmed betel leaf is used to cure the cursed ( entered through oral / eaten ). This kind of spell normally was mixed with the foods and then given to the targeted person to be eaten.
According to my grandpa, this kind of curse is the most difficult spell / curse to be solved. As Phor Than Kong always advises my grandpa……..
 
“ Tham Alai Khor Dai, Len Alai Khor Dai, Khor… Kin, Au Ra Wang. Ra Wang Kin Nah“
Taking Namman prai for an instance, it’s not easy to cure the person who suffered from namman prai influenced especially for those who had eaten / swallowed the namman prai’s dip / drop that’s added / mixed with our food. This charmed betel leaf according to Phor Than Kong is able to cure people who suffered from such oral cursed.
 
Specific khatas need to be chanted to ‘plug’ this betel leaf. The cursed person have to chew this betel leaf and swallow its chewed juice, twice daily for 3 continuous days. According to my grandpa, this charmed betel leaf will ‘tawar’ and ‘mati’ ( neutralized and discard ) the spelled. My grandpa added that, if the person suffered from a heavy / strong spelled, the spelled person will experience a mild dizziness and might cause vomiting and diarrhea. Some will experience the coughing and produces the blackish or reddish catarrh.
 
Example Of Malay Mark Plue Ayat By Tok Che’ Gor ( Phor Than Kong’s Malay Wichah Guru ) To Neutralize The Curse / Spell - 01
 
Om Tawar Maha Tawar,
Bukan Aku Punya Tawar,
........................... Yang Punya Tawar,
Bukan Aku Punya Tawar,
.......................... Yang Punya Tawar,
Bukan Aku Yang Punya Tawar,
........................... Yang Punya Tawar,
………………………………………………………………..
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……………………incomplete verses………………..
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Example Of  Mark Plue Khata Phor Than Kong To Neutralize The Curse / Spell - 02
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………………incomplete verses……
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Om Pra Darn, Maha Pra Darn,
Pra Darn Ngiu, Pra Darn Nger,
Pra Darn Jokg, Pra Darn Jar,
……………………………………………….

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This charmed betel leaf is used to shield a person body from spiritual attacks – especially black magic. Those days, Phor Than Kong used to use this charmed betel leaf to protect himself from black magic / spell by putting this charmed betel under his pillow for 3 continuous nights before changing it to the new betel leaf on the fourth day.
 
By chanting and reciting the specific khatas, this chanted betel leaf with khata akhom written on it, is a superb tool to be used to protect us from spiritual attacks. My grandpa said that, black magic – including love spell was sent to the targeted person during late night to wee hours. The sorcerer will perform the ritual during these times, especially from 1.00am to 5.00 am. It’s a most suitable times to perform and send the spell as it’s believed that as we’re fall asleep and our soul is ‘wandering’ from our body and that makes we unaware about the spell.
 
Below is an example of a simple candle spell to curse ones enemies. It’s call ‘Sai Thian Chim Pee’ spell.  The targeted person’s name is inscribed on the center of the charmed paper and to be tied to the special blended and prepared ‘thian’ – candle. 


The candle then is lit and a spell / curse khata akhom are recite until the candle is burnt out. On the next morning, the melted and remaining of the wax of the candle will be given to the dog to be eaten. While feeding the dog, tap the dog mouth with your hand for 3 times and say……..
 
Akh,  Akh, Akh”
“Tha Maa, Phut Mai Dai, Khor Hai Men Peng Nyang Rai Therd
 
This will make your enemies “Jang Ngang” and stumbled upon seeing your and unable to open his / her mouth to speak or to utter a word against you. This spell also can be used to  make one loves / fall in love with you, tighten the broken relationship and make your messy and bossy bosses to love you. The differs khatas needed to be chanted in order to make this wichah works according to our wishes.

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This version of charmed betel leaf is used by late Phor Than Kong to help ones to ‘seal’shield one’s body from spiritual attacks – black magic. This is a superb charmed of preventing and shielding one’s body. This ‘Khan Tuar Plue’ – Self shielding betel leaf, need to be chewed daily for 7 continuous nights. Starting on the person birth’s day  ( until the next day before your birth’s day - If you are born on Saturday, so you need to begin on that particular Saturday’s night and ended on next Friday’ night ). According to my grandpa once chewed, this charmed betel leaf effects can long lasting for almost 6 months to a year. Depend on the person spiritual level and if you have taken / eaten the spell orally then this betel leaf charmed won’t be able to protect you anymore. As Phor Than Kong  says……. ‘Ra Wang Kin’
 
My grandpa told me that, Phor Than Kong used to use this charmed betel leaf to ‘Khan Tuar’ himself before performing any healing ritual and processes associate with black magic / spelled / curse people. This is because, the cursed and spelled can easily ‘transfer’ from the affected person to the healer. That’s why we are advised and not encouraged to heal person who suffers from the black magic – except we are a qualified spiritual healer. My grandpa added that, the effect of this ‘transferred’ curse and spell are beyond our expectation and in many occasion it would be a ‘double effect’ and could be fatal. FYI, this charmed betel leaf for ‘shielding’ purposes is only one of the ‘shielding methods’ used by Phor Than Kong and my grandpa to ‘Khan Tuar’ themselves.
 
Example Of A Simple Mark Plue Khata by  Phor Than Kong to Seal One’s  Body - 01
 
Om Ee Sune,
Suwa Hak, Suwa Haiy,
........................
Rup Mei Chai Rup,
Rang Mei Chai Rang,
……………………………………….
……………incomplete verses.
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Example Of A Simple Mark Plue Khata by  Phor Than Kong to Seal One’s  Body - 02
 
Ikh Mang Pin Thuk,
…………………………….
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…………incomplete verses…..
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This is another version of ‘Mark Plue Withi’  for charming purposes. This charmed of ‘Mark Plue’ will be chanted with specific khatas. There are two various ways of using this of ‘Mark Plue’.  The first charming spell is, this  ‘Mark Plue’  to be rolled as tobacco leaf – ‘daun rokok’ and to be dried under the hot sun for several days. This rolled betel leaf is then to be used as cigar and the smoke from the dried rolled betel leaf then need to be blew onto the targeted person face. The person who inhales this charmed smoke will  fall in love with you and misses so much.
 
The second method of charming spell via this charmed betel leaf is this  ‘Mark Plue’ leaf will be exposed under the hot sun to be dried. The dried betel leaf will be pounded into a coarse powder and given to the targeted person orally. This love charm will make your target fall in love crazily upon you and would not be able to leave you.
 
Example of Mark Plue Charming Khata by Phor Mor Keow - 01
 
Nak Ghak Kha Khak Chak
Jip Phit Say Tikh
Akh Metta,
Ukh Metta,
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…incomplete verses…….
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Example of Mark Plue Charming Khata by Phor Mor Keow - 02
 
Akh,
Choo Chok Choo Char,
..............Chak Rar,
Jok Choo Rar Char,
Nak  Ee……( for female ) or Ai… ( for male ) Nern.
Hean Nar Koo,
…………………………………….
……………………………………..
………incomplete verses….
…………………………………….

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The last version of charmed betel leaf to be discussed is the charmed betel leaf for preventing thief and break in. This charmed betel leaf needs to be prepared in 6 pieces. Two of these  charmed betel leaves need to be hung on the top of the main and back doors frame ( inside frame ). These betel leaves to be hung up side down and the other 4 leaves will be placed on the  top 4 corners / directions of the house.
 
By reciting the specific khatas and seeking permission from your house guidance / deities, your house / premises will be sealed and the burglar’s intention will be distracted from your house. ( perhaps to another house / premises around ). If the thief or burglar still successfully to force in, he would not be able to find his way out. My grandpa used to share one great story of this charmed betel leaf.
 
There’s a grocer in Kampung Lubuk Stong, he came to meet my grandpa because his grocery shop has been broke into for several times. He went to meet my grandpa and my grandpa prepared the charmed betel leaves and taught him to place the leaves as needed. After 2 months, his grocery again been targeted and the burglar forced into his grocery shop while he’s away for several days because of Chinese New Year holidays. When he had returned home, he just then realized that his grocery was broke in. He entered his grocery shop through the front door ( double story shop lot ) and found one man laying exhausted and motionlessly in between the goods racks. The man bows and begs to the grocer to show him the way out, not to report to the police and promised him not to commit such a crime again.
After been caught and sent to the nearest police station, this unfortunate burglar said that, he walked for several days to find his way out from but failed. He only saw a white thick fog and several big trees with big leaves covered his way out. He felt exhausted and gave up then resting himself under a big shady tree.
Example of Mark Plue Khata For Preventing Thief and Break In by Phor Than Kong.
 
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………………incomplete verses….
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Chau Thae,
Mae Nang Thorani,
Mae Nang Khun Kha Thang Lai,
Khong Khai Khau Ma Chee Lak,
Mai Dai Okh Pai Thi Ser Wan
……………………………………………….
……………………………………………….
( Tap the holes or betel leaf  trice and hang / bury the leaf )

BEAR IN MIND………. those KHATA AKHOM LETTERS were  INCOMPLETED and there’s a SPECIFIC KHATA AKHOM to be used to ‘PLUG SAEG’ those BETEL LEAVES – to ACTIVATE the BETEL LEAVES before USING IT. SIMPLY WRITING those KHATA AKHOM LETTERS PER SE, would not ABLE to GIVE ANY EXPECTED RESULT as  I MENTIONED /  DISCUSSED above.
 
DIFFERS GURU MONKS and ACHAN MIGHT USE the DIFFERS METHOD of HEALING and CURING the BLACK MAGIC.  ALTHOUGH THEY are USING the BETEL LEAF as THEIR MEDIUM but the WICHAH SCIENCES might  VARIES.
MERELY SHARING………………..


Sabbe satta sukhita hontuk !
Sadhu Sadhu !
Wie.sukhihotu10 !

2 comments:

  1. If person A asks for 11 or 21 betel leaves from person B. And person A keeps these leaves.Can this person A use these leaves to do a black magic on person B because person B donated or gave them using his/her hands on a marriage occasion ?

    Your articles are worth reading ..thanks for sharing ..and your efforts..

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