Praying to Baphomet for Suea Yen’s Release.

Praying to Baphomet for Suea Yen’s Release is a track inspired by an unusual incident. The Pha Yant Suea Yen (a blood and urine stained funeral cloth) by Ajarn A Klongkarn and the Pha Yant Suea Jet Pod (tiger divided into seven parts again on a funeral cloth) by Ajarn Tui finally arrived at my home after much considerable trouble. After installing these sacred Thai Lanna Buddhist items I made appropriate offerings to them. I am very grateful to the masters Ajarn A Klongkarn and Ajarn Tui and wish to thank them both from my heart for these beautiful holy Pha Yant. Tiger magic and the worship of the tiger deity Suea Yen in Northern Thailand is a powerful, remarkable and important ancient spiritual belief to behold, practice and follow. Suea Yen (The Cold Tiger) personifies Metta (love and compassion in the Buddhist tradition), Kong Krapan (invincibility), Maha Amnaj (power and command), Plot Pai (protection) and Maha Lap (luck).

During their long postal journey to me one of the packages was unexpectedly stopped by the UK government. After many years of receiving packages from Thailand this had never ever happened before. HM Customs at Heathrow Airport took the Pha Yant Suea Yen and stated on the Royal Mail tracking site that they would make an “assessment” of it. Upon seeing this I became very unhappy indeed. Over the course of a week I wrote three strong but polite emails to the Royal Mail. The thought of a stranger opening the package, someone not knowing what this sacred Pha Yant represented not just in terms of personal worship but also the spiritual belief system that it was a part of, made me very anxious and somewhat upset. A precise and exact set of offerings are required in order to fully welcome and accept the Pha Yant Suea Yen into the home. This may seem unimportant but in terms of correct practice it is essential and critical to the overall process of worship and ritual practice.

After an unconnected and what seems now to be serendipitous accident while shaving I decided there and then that I must offer my own blood that had been drawn by the cut to the powerful Baphomet amulet by Ajarn Apichai which feeds exclusively off this bodily fluid. I prayed to Baphomet the Angel during my practice and blood offering for the Pha Yant Suea Yen to be delivered safely unopened to me. When the packages finally both unexpectedly arrived both at the very same time a short time after the ritual was completed I saw that they had not been opened or examined by HM Customs. The boxes from the vendors Fabio and Paolina at Magia Thai were still sealed and unopened in their robust and secure packaging. What I have learned from this unusual instance of magical working is that before we receive something, it is important that we must give something of ourselves, whatever that ultimately may turn out to be ॐ 

Credits

Released September 2nd 2022.
Audio production and mastering by Sheer Zed.
Photo cover art by Sheer Zed.
Baphomet Amulet by Ajarn Apichai.
Pha Yant Suea Yen by Ajarn A Klongkarn from Fabio and Paolina at Magia Thai.

Published by: Sheer Zed

• Writer • Buddhist Shaman • Musician • Artist • Born in Newport, South Wales, Sheer Zed started singing at the age of six. He showed an interest in audio production, producing experimental tape shows in his bedroom at the age of eleven and started to write songs at sixteen. With a strong leaning to electronic based music, Sheer Zed recorded an industrial electronic album "Electro-Punk ’86" during the mid 1980’s. Festivals and numerous radio shows such as The Séance, The Dark Outside, The Phantom Circuit, The Numbers Broadcast, Frome FM's Homely Remedies and The Alrealon Musique Show have all featured Sheer Zed’s peculiar brand of outsider electronics. For over thirty years Sheer Zed has worked with many artists, collectives and groups. Numerous compilations such as Terse Greetings 2015 from Australia’s Severed Heads, Several by Several (a compilation supporting the late great John Several), the 95 track Hope Not Hate compilation promoting peace and tolerance and the Sombre Soniks Dark Ambient compilations have all featured Sheer Zed’s music. Sheer Zed has published articles on his personal experiences in the occult ritualistic aspects of shamanism and Thai Lanna Buddhism in the magazines Indie Shaman, TQ zine, Zazen Sounds, Rituals and Declarations and on the Folklore Thursday website. He is a practicing Buddhist and shaman, exploring the realm of sound through ritual, mantras and sound design. Sheer Zed also has contributed to the 2019-20 exhibition Do You Believe in Magic? at Bristol Museum. Sheer Zed has gone on three pilgrimages to Thailand and is currently working on various papers within his fields of interest while producing music and creating art •

Categories Ajarns, Ambient, Amulets, Bandcamp, Bandcamp Friday, Baphomet, Blood Ritual, Buddhism, Consciousness, Drone, Electronic Music, Experimental, Magical Thinking, Mantras, Meditation, Music, New Music, Occult, Pha Yant, Ritual, Shamanism, Spirituality, Suea Yen, Thai Lanna BuddhismLeave a comment

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