Bia Gae Cowry Shell amulet in Dtua Kroo masterpiece version from the Great Luang Por Sakorn, of Wat Nong Grub. Released in the year 2554 BE after a whole year of empowerment with a special 3 month ‘Traimas’ Blessing during the 2553 Eainy retreats, with LP Sakorn performing Incantations over the amulets in his Kuti in solitary. The Cowry shell is empowered for removing poverty, healing, and protection.


Bia Gae Aathan amulet from Luang Por Sakorn, of Wat Nong Grub, rare Special Dtua Kroo version of the 2554 BE edition Bia Gae Sam Sip Sorng See 32 Serrated teeth Cowry Shell magic amulet for ridding oneself of poverty, attracting wealth, spiritual healing 复原, anti black magick, holy water making, and protection (魔术贝壳 三十二 雉堞). Made correctly according to the true Wicha, which requires the use of Bia Shells which have exactly 32 teeth, not one more, not one less.

These Bia Gae were created along with the first edition Luang Por Sakorn made in 2553 BE, but were kept for empowerment over time, and only released finally in the year 2554 BE. These Dtua Kroo special versions are larger than the original first edition (released in 2553 BE), and in addition have a leaden yantra foil covering on one side with hand spell inscriptions of Sacred yantra and Khom Agkhara Sanskrit Incantation syllables from Luang Por on the surface, for extra special empowerment, and to seal the power within, preventing influence from external black magick.

Why 32 Teeth?

The number 32 refers to the 32 components of the Living Body of a Human being, and invokes this Kata Akarn 32 within the Bia through the performance of the 32 Incantations, one for each tooth.

The Bia Gae are composed of the correct formula of Muan Sarn ingredients, including Channa Roeng paste, leaden yantra foil, Channa Roeng Dtai Din and ‘Parort’ liquid Mercury Alchemical metal.  The Bia Gae, have a code number stamp embossed on the leaden Yantra covering. After the Bia Gae were made, they were placed upon a Pan Kroo Bucha tray and flowers were offered, incense was lit, and the first round of Incantations was performed. Then the Mercury was tipped into the palm of his hand and it was empowered with a further incantation and blowing of Magic Spell.

Then Luang Por tilted his hand with the Mercury, and the other hand with the open mouthed Bia shell, and slapped them together, quickly performing the Incantation which forces the mercury to slither sideways defying gravity into the interior of the Bia Gae shell.Then the Channa Roeng Paste was used to cover the Bia, and Leaden Yantra Foil with Khmer spell inscriptions were used to seal the Bia Gae. The Yant Putsoorn (Namo Puttaaya) is inscribed. Luang Por  then kept the Bia Gae for empowqerment during the rainy retreat, and repeatedly performed nightly Incantations upon them, until he felt sure they possessed all Nine Blessings and Powers he intended to Bestow upon his Devotees.

  • Use to make Holy Prayer Water and use the water to wash wounds, and even drink. This is also a good remedy against ‘Ya Sang’ – Black magic curses which have been applied by putting magic into someone’s food, a kind of spiritual ‘blood poisoning’.
  • The Bia is at best worn on a waist cord and slid around for different purposes, rather like the Takrut Maha Ruud;
  • Wearing the Bia Gae to the front (on a waist cord or necklace) will protect if entering into battle, war or conflicts.
  • To escape from, evade and protect against Enemies or those who Pursue You, wear the Bia Gae facing to the Back.
  • For Metta and Mercy from Superiors, Job interviews, or Legal cases, wear to the right flank.
  • For Maha Sanaeh Charm and Enchantment to charm Lovers and be convincing in Business Talks, wear the Bia gae to the left flank

Additional information

Weight 20 g
Dimensions 3.5 × 2 × 2.5 cm
Maker of Amulet

Year of release

2554 BE (2011) – originally blessed in 2553 BE (2010)


Attributed Powers

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