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Tuesday, June 25, 2013
A Discourse On Snake Ngai (蛇蠱)
A yant for curing bone fracture
is another type of Ngai magic available out there and only practiced by a
handful of Ngai master. I am not in position to discuss this practice in detail
as I don’t want troubles from the Ngai masters. Since other than cursing
opponents, Snake Ngai is also effective in the cure of finger joint pains and
bone fractures, I just thought to have a simple discussion especially on the
has to get hold of one cobra (眼鏡蛇), one acutus (五步蛇) and one Bungarus
multicinctus (銀環蛇). Dip the snakes into rice wine with tight
seal for 6 months until the wine becomes yellowish in color. Without having to
perform empowerment ritual, the snake wine is good to cure finger joint pains.
This wine is especially good for the laborers and anyone uses his or her
the person would take a step further as to draw yants and conjure the Ngai deities
to empower this snake wine for 6 months; the wine can be consumed for healing
as above or to increase magical power. While the snake contents are burnt into
ashes and the ash is either put into an incense holder for worship or it is
buried under an Ngai plant.
After the empowerment
period, an invocation ritual can be performed to make the Snake Ngai to
materialize. The steps are as below:
·Prepare 3 raw
chicken eggs, 3 bowl of rice, 3 cups of water and wine.
·One must also burn
3 pieces of incense sticks in the burner or Ngai pot.
·Call lineage masters,
Ngai deities and finally the Snake Ngai.
·If the ritual is
fruitful, the Snake Ngai will appear in the form of a snake, a string of white
light or a kid after 49 days.
method to produce Snake Ngai is by putting the above snakes into an earth urn
and the opening is then sealed. After that the content in the urn will devour
each other until one snake is left. Then this snake is burnt into ashes and
buried into an incense burner. The subsequent ash from the burner can be used
to harm the master’s opponents.