Supernatural Thailand

A new book by Jenx

This is a very personal book that was worked on throughout the pandemic whenever travel was allowed. It is a window into the places in Thailand that hold Supernatural significance, places to go to when needing to be within magic itself. This ranges from work that some of you may know on the land spirits, the ghost shrines, expanded work on the City Pillars, Caves, and Graveyards; places that I visit when needing a recharge. Following that, there is important work on the Naga, the Golden Monks from the Kruba movement, following an important monk to connect to their lineage and then in depth work on Buddhist relics. All with Google Map references.

My original intention was to have this printed but it is now only being offered as a pdf to clear the way for more work to come. The coming economic downturn has to also be considered, as well as postal and paper costs, all of which are incresing dramatically and this is about making the knowledge available. It is also important for me to finish The Thai Occult series this year to allow a period of travel.

Projections for this decade have also lead to this pdf being offered in two forms, either on its own at $10 or with a silver Takrut for protection while travelling by Ajarn Tui at the standard price for his work of this kind - $75, effectively making the pdf free. There are 108 Takruts available and all are numbered, beautifully cased with a free cord - an essential item for the future as it may get rough. This book is for anyone interested in travel, the Thai Occult or the mysteries of this part of South East Asia and has been written with love to those who love this region of the world.

Released on May 30 and a new Podcast on Rune Soup to follow.

                                                                                   Jenx xx


Payments - Thai Paypal has changed its rules to bring in VAT for all sellers, which is being passed on to the customer as a 7% sales tax. I am reducing prices where I can but it is now best to send payments through WISE, which requires no sales tax and tiny fees for me. New buyers should perhaps try Paypal first and then move to WISE to save money. The old customers can just go straight to WISE and save the 7% tax and Paypal fees by paying for the cost of the item plus post at - and please send as USD for me to receive as USD. Customers say that it is best to set up the account on a home computer, not a phone.

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