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A Collection of Fabulous Carved Rahu Galaa Amulets

I adore the older Rahu Galaa amulet and am starting a collection of them to pass on. The price is for each one (of course) and they come in different forms. They all from the Lanna region and follow the Kruba Intaa lineage, so all have the same kata, which is the classic kata for Northern Thai Rahu Talismans.

The production of this style of talisman takes a long time, and are carved from one eye coconuts (galaa) that are rare to find in nature, maybe only a few in 10,000.

The first and third pairs above are cased together and come in either a silver or a gold plated silver case. They are over 30 years of age and have one half for the kata for the Rahu of the Sun when it is eclipsed, and one half for the cycles of the Moon and those eclipse periods. They are obviously hand done because no face is the same and are in a style seen in Lamphun, where they say they should be cased together in this was as the magic is held within them. Rahu controls much of the magic for great fortune and fate. He is praised on the phases of the moon and when any eclipse occurs. The back of each half has astrological magic carved into the coconut shell, and the effect is sublime. There are two kata for these, one for the moon, which is the one used more often as he is praised on the phases of the Moon, and one when the sun is eclipsed.

The second pair of galaa amulets to Rahu are older and slightly larger, and have been cased separately to slidee together. In this was they can be opened to see the spell inside but are best held together with a spot of blu-tac to avoid 'clacking'. The patina on these is fantastic, and again, the carving on each side is not exactly the same as these were carved by monks by hand. This one is over 40 years old.

The 4th pair is an old set from Kruba Boonlert, one of the legendary Lanna Masters for Rahu amulets. The colour and the workmanship is of his usual breathtaking quality and these are a fantastic size. And the last pair are from Kruba Inn and are old, maybe 45/50 years, and strong.

Rahu is famous for raising the fates and the fortunes, which is the attribute of lifting the lines of fate and fortunes. This is what Rahu is famous for, and it is why the people of this region turn to Rahu when things get tough, or when he enters the astrology, as he did in October 2023. He also stays for a bloody long time.

Rahu likes to have offerings on the full moon, periods of eclipse and Buddhist days, enjoying 8 black foods and candles, the details of which will be given to the buyer. I find it best to put him and the offering in the light of the full moon or any partial eclipse, because the energy is giddy! I love Rahu as an extremely rewarding deity if praised correctly.

The metal cased Rahu are a fantastic size at 1.65", the old Rahu in the split case is 2.2", and the red Rahu Galaa pair measure 2.15". The last Rahu pair measure 2.25". Say which you want on purchase.

Legendary Lanna magic that comes with THE Lanna kata for Rahu, and more details will be passed on on purchase.

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A Selection of Fabulous Carved Rahu Galaa Amulets

  • 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.

    It is considered extremely difficult to contact the higher gods, but Rahu is a little easier as he can be regarded as being half god and half devil. Many people have a period in life where their luck is bad, business is terrible, and there are many problems; then this is the time to pray to Rahu to clear away the negative elements in life and bring better things.

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