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Friday, September 12, 2014
Hanuman Worship In Thai Magic
Not many people aware that Hanuman has an important place in
Thai Magic practices. I am not sure if this has anything to do with the Bajrang
Baan, but in Northern Thai Magic tradition, Hanuman is invoked to destroy a more powerful
rival or to remove obstacles. In order to invoke the help of Hanuman, below
rituals will be started on a Tuesday night:
First one must prepare 3 kinds of oils: coconut, ghee and sesame
oil. Each of the oil is chanted with Pra Lersi, Pra Thong and Pra Kaue oil
mantra. All of the three oils are mixed together in a container. This will be
the fuel for oil lamp offering to Hanuman.
Now the magician will offer some offerings to Hanuman. Then
the below Pra Hanoman Khata is recited repeatedly:
SU KA TOH, SU KAK
SU KA NAN, PIT CHA,
SU KA TOH,
TAY NAMO TAR MAK.
If the intention for invoking Hanuman is to ward off evil
forces, then the portion on Sesame oil should be more and a green coconut
should also be offered.
If the intention is to cure sickness, then the portion on
Ghee should be more coupled with the offering of some herbal medicine.
If the intention is to kill an enemy, then the portion on
coconut oil should be more coupled with the offering of the magician’s knife or
In whatever case that may be, the oil should be burnt for
consecutive 40 days regardless if the ritual has taken effect in less than 40
days’ period or otherwise.