This is an astonishing piece of type of Burmese Prai Occultism that is rare - and I have just 2 of this one from when this Burmese maker came into the country. These were assembled by Ajarn Tay's crew and then the lady applied an extra blessing to the piece. Considering this these are silly cheap but then again, I did buy 15 of each of them and these are the last two.
This exceptional amulet consists of a large photograph of the young Burmese lady whose bones and prai have been used in this piece by Mor Non, a Burmese lay magician who works with heavy prai in a way that is very unusual to see. The amulet contains a Phi Tai Hong ghost due to her dying in an accident, and the ghost is looking to work for merit to ease her plight.
The back of the amulet is astonishing and all the prai is from this body source. There's many sections of Panneng, charred bone, his corpse cloth, a phial of his bone powder, a phial of Saneah oil, the matrix is pretty much all bone powder and three Takrut in a small bottle. Each type of bone product is blessed in a different way to create a very responsive and adaptable amulet that will bring Saneah, wealth, business good fortune, protection and enchantment. This maker also never gives the ghosts name, which is typical with the Burmese system but you do have a photo to use to search her out. The important thing with this style is to connect and you can name her yourself once you have connected to the spirit within this piece. This female version of her work acts like a Nang Prai and she works in a similar way.
Measures 3.3" and comes with no kata, just connect and go but I would suggest that you light 15 incense to the land spirits as this enters the home so they open the way. If wanting a kata I would recommend the classic Lanna Prai kata as it covers all the bases.
A stunning piece that has been beautifully cased.
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A Fabulous and Potent Female Prai Amulet - LAST ONE
This amulet uses a similar spell to the Nang Prai but is from Burmese Occultism. It is a spirit that can help with wishes, protection and good fortune but here connection is the key. From that, good things flow.
The Phi Tai Hong - A Phi Tai Hong is the ghost from the person that died in an accident (either male or female) and as far as being useful in the creation of Thai Occult talismans, the more terrible the accident the more supernaturally powerful it is. The death of the person has to be very sudden because this results in the fact that the spirit does not realise that they have died. A person who died before their time is also classed as a Phi Tai Hong, meaning that suicide victims and murder victims are also valuable to Ajarns, as are people who died with a grudge. These circumstances make the spirit quite ferocious, and they cannot enter the spiritual world or move on to their next life. They are stuck in this world, and because they have died so suddenly, the spirit retains all the desires they had in life. They died clinging to this world. The Phi Tai Hong is very strongly supernatural, and this type of corpse is one of the best sources of materials to use to make amulets, statues and Nam Man Prai. Nam Man Prai (corpse oil) from a Phi Tai Hong is potent and highly protective (from The Thai Occult book).