In the Thai Occult practices it is interesting to note that there is a substantial amount of Wicha dedicated to the old Indian gods that came here before Buddhism. One of these gods is often seen on banks and government buildings and he is known as Krut (Garuda) and in the Thai style is a bold, burly beast of a deity. It was made using the Wicha of the knowledge of Krut from Luang Pu Kruba Inn and Luang Pu Timm through the kata of the Hua Jai Krut.
This superbly made amulet is by one of my favourite makers and the magician who made the first piece I bought, Phra Ajarn Amnat. It is a talisman that grants all the attributes because it is from a high god and with being from a top maker it has the capability of changing a persons life. Krut is particularly known for granting authority (hence his use with important institutions) but along with that comes attraction, Metta and great fortune because he clears a way through for those attributes.
This is a great example of the stunning quality of Thai metal work and the blessing of a top monk. It comes from a time when they could gold plate this type of amulet and it not affect the price too much. A stunning piece.
It measures 1.8" and comes with the makers card and the Namo Dtassa chant.
An issue long sold out that came from 11 year old stock.
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A Beautiful Gold Plated Krut Amulet by Phra Ajarn Amnat
There is still much of the original influence from India in the Thai Occult system and amulets to Ganesh, Shiva, Kali and most of the other Indian gods are produced from time to time. They carry most of the attributes in the same way as the high Buddhist pieces.