In the Information Age, the pace of business and commerce has grown exponentially.Businesses face intense competition, not just locally, but globally as well, as customers become more connected, and their wants and needs demand immediate answers. One cannot afford the luxury of time to build up their businesses over long periods, without risking being made irrelevant by shifting trends and preferences, or having their share of an increasingly fought-over pie shrunk to untenable levels.
A good customer base, and a competitive edge, are more essential now than ever before, for the continuing survival and success of any enterprise.
It is an ongoing interest of ours, to examine what makes some seemingly normal businesses very profitable, despite seemingly inadequate differentiation in the market, and pricing strategies that do not come across as very competitive.
Some of these may be pegged to successful, if unorthodox business philosophies, but many of these cases may also be attributed to the judicious applicationof the arcane arts. One of these businessman, for example, described to us a spell called the Golden Fly (Mah Leng Wan Kam
MahLengWan Kam Wicha Saneh from Lanna
MahLeng Wan Kam is also known as Maeng Ngoon Kam
It is very popular among traders and businessmen. It is also popular among people seeking to improve their Saneh
Legends from other ancient cultures
Many other countries ascribe mystical characteristics to the Fly. In ancient Egypt, around 3000 B.C.,the fly held huge significance to their religion and culture. There is a belief among ancient Egyptians flies were magical or sacred in nature
The fly was called “Aff” by the Egyptians and archeologists have uncovered a wealth of artefacts pointing to their importance to ancient Egyptian culture. They were often, for example, used as motifs in amulets and jewellery.
Ancient Egyptians believed that wearing a fly amulet would deter harmful insects such as locusts, which brought with them famine, disease, and destruction.
Weapons such as axe and swords were also often adorned with a Fly motif, as were bracelets and religious ornaments.
The Fly also symbolized bravery. The Pharaohs would often confer a fly made of gold as a decoration of valor to soldiers who took part in the struggle against the kingdom’s enemies. In this case, theFlysymbolized persistence. They represented an almost fanatical disregard of danger, having the lightning-quickreflexes to escape danger, and return time and time again in search of their prize.
Possessing and displaying these golden flieswere a status symbol. A necklace belonging to Princess Ahhotep, for example, had 3 of these golden flies embedded in it.
Formulation of sorcery from nature
A predominant trait of flies, is their ability to quickly and constantly reproduce. All that procreation takes a lot of dedication, and the secret to a Fly’s virility, lies under its wings. There, special glands constantly secretes pheromones, driving flies of the opposite sexes to a maddening pursuit of multiplying.
Because flies have evolved alongside humans, we are also often their primary source of food. Because of their constant, annoying presence in our lives, they have come to be seen as a symbol of filth, feasting on excrement, dead things, and disposed food.
There are however, many species of the fly.Each requires different things for sustenance.For example, Mah Leng Wan Phonlamai
Observing these creations of Mother Nature,practitioners of the esoteric arts formulated ancient spells ranging from Ma Leng Pu
The Golden Fly became synonymous with Saneh (sexual concerns) and livelihood (choosing to feed on “fresh” food, which goes against a Fly’s perceived nature). The spell used to invoke this,Mah Leng Wan See Thong
Spell of MahLengWan SeeThong
In cultures across the world, sacred Flies are usually synonymous with the colour Gold.
The wicha of MahLeng Wan See Thongis often held as a closely-guarded secret, kept solely by a few practitioners. It is only passed down to disciples through a direct lineage and tutelage, in order to preserve the numerous secrets of the technique. Though the fullest range of these secrets may never be revealed, here are a few that we have managed to uncover.
Maeng Wan Kam Liam NammanMahaSaneh
Wan YaSakMahLeng Wan Kam and Yant MahLengWan Kam
YantMahLeng Wan Kam refers to the spells and sigil of Golden Fly, tattooed onto the bodywith oil and ink that has been incorporate with select herbs named Wan YaSakMahLeng Wan Kam while recitingspells. It is normally tattooed on the ribs, at the exact point where your elbow meets your ribcage.Ladies receive this tattoo on the left, and men, on the right.
Before attempting to flirt with a member of the opposite sex, users rub their elbows over the tattoo, invoking the yant in the process. This is meant to simulate flies releasing pheromones from beneath their wings.
This tattoo has been known to grant many wishes, and even simply carrying the amulet has an equivalent effect.
Takrut MahLeng Wan Kam
In ancient times, the fly sigil and accompanying incantations were inscribed onto pieces of animal skin steeped in oil, and carried as takrut
Oonglusa da sa hi tum ma masawahoomoonglusada sa ha tite ja ya mi – Recite 7 times
Oongluoonglusaphasawaphateyane pi ti – recite 7 times
Offer honey and anyflowers with a sweet scent and make a prayer to your lineage teachers. Awaken MahLeng Wan and request it to partake in the offerings. This ritual must be carried out on a Monday morning before noon.
Golden flies only consume fruits and flowers, and they are never accompanied by regular flies.People who have observed this, often attribute it to nobility.
In much the same manner as golden fly attracting mates with its pheromones,its powers may be channeled for use in business or attraction.
Though impossible to scientifically quantify, adherents of the Golden Fly continue to express their absolute belief in its supernatural abilities, and the dramatic difference it has made in their lives.