A good Miit Mhor is an essential tool to any magician as they are used to bind, cut, seal, break or banish ghosts, and I have many examples but this is very rare indeed. It was made by Luang Phor Phrom 6 years ago and is called a Phra Khan, which fulfils the role of a Miit Mhor knife but it is made from wood!
The wood was cut from a tree within the temple grounds and fashioned into a 6" knife, had Akhara written on the handle and then on each of the 4 sides of the blade (the middle is bevelled). This is the first one I have seen in years and it carries beautiful power to it. It needs no load and just comes from an already highly spiritual wood, to which Luang Phor adds his blessing for knocking back black magic and repelling ghosts.
Miit Mhor are an essential tool for any magician and this is an affordable version with similar power. Connection with the knife is built over time and there is a ritual to allow them to enter and make them ready for use by their new owner, which i will share on purchase.
A Rare item that comes in a case with Luang Phor's picture inside.
A 6" Phra Khan type Miit Mhor Knife by Luang Phor Phrom
A Miit Mhor knife is an essential tool to all Thai magicians. It is used to seal, bind, cut and bond through magical tasks, repels bad ghosts and is a strong form of protection. Good ones are hard to find as these knives should have weight and be fit for purpose.