This is an astonishing Rahu talisman that is about 27 years old and was bought from the temple collection of Wat Sanom Lao, the Wat of Luang Phor Pina. This collection came available on the death of Phra Ajarn Samart and it was sold off via Ajarn Chalerm, so the provenance is spot on. It is from late in the classic period for items from Luang Phor Pina and it has the 'ovaries' on the back, which helps date the piece. The scripting is beautifully done and the eyes are plain white gems.
This amulet feels alive and tingles the whole of the body, a sign that the quality of Serm Duang is strong in this piece. Serm Duang is the attribute of refreshing the lines of fate and lifting the fortunes, something for which Rahu is renowned and it is why the people of this region turn to Rahu when things get tough. The amulet itself is made from carved Galaa, the one eyed coconut that is best for Rahu amulets. I wear a Rahu from LP Pina from the 80's and it took me 2 months to get used to wearing it.
Rahu likes to have offerings on full moon and Buddhist days, enjoying black foods and candles, the details of which will be given to the buyer. I love Rahu as an extremely rewarding deity if praised correctly.
This measures 2.75" and comes with Luang Phor Pina's kata and a very special gift as well.
A stunning piece.
A Classic Luang Phor Pina Rahu Amulet from around 1992
The Rahu talisman is an ancient invocation of Brahmin forces to realign the lines of fate into a more favourable direction. He has specific needs and the best ones are made from one eyed coconut, which can bring a surprising clout to the item. Rarely prai in nature but they can be made from a galaa that has been used in funerary practices of old or to mix materials for spells and incantations.
I offer a 30 days return policy with a refund on receipt of the item but for some items I cannot do that as they need blessing again by the maker, some of whom I do not know personally. This is a problem with spiritual items but I will always endeavor to help where I can.