I thought I should list a few real Buddhist amulets rather than you buying the unblessed rubbish online, and it is possible to get astonishing ones at an affordable price. This one is a very unusual amulet from a top old monk, Luang Phor Sakhon and it is unusual in the fact that it is made of Pong Prai Kuman - child prai.
It may sound very unusual that a high Buddhist amulet from a famous old monk is made from crushed child bone but the old monks often want to use the best materials to help their bearer with the maximum effect. While looking like a pure Buddhist item it is made of prai but it still holds a pure Buddhist blessing and the capabilities of a top monk in bringing great fortune. This is because, as with Luang Pu Timm's work, the spirit has been moved on to leave the potency and any spirit that remains has been constructed by the maker. The image of the piece is that of a classic Somdet with the Haa Phra Ong Yant on the back, which was also often used by LP Timm. There are also a few crumbs of Leklai in the back to add protection into the mix. This is one hell of a piece of supernatural magic from a top Buddhist monk.
Moving the spirit on results in the fact that this is praised like a Buddhist amulet with the Namo Dtassa kata and it receives classic Buddhist offerings rather than sweet drinks, toys etc. This requires the kata, being worn often, a fresh glass of water each day and boiled rice maybe once a week.
A Classic amulet that measures 2." and comes in a silver case with the original temple box and the Namo Dtassa kata.
I adore this type of work for its simple efficiency.
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A Buddhist Prai Somdet Amulet by Luang Phor Sakhon 2009 in silver
Pure Buddhist amulets (without Prai materials) are known as Puttakhun magic and they work in a gentler way but still offer sustained magical force but they can also be with prai if the monk has moved the spirit on. This is the case with the works of say Luang Phor Timm, who produced some of the greatest pong prai kuman amulets ever made.