I love amulets that use the bones or body products of famous spiritual men, be they Ajarns, monks or in this case, a renowned Kruba (teacher monk) by the name of Kruba Inn Taa, who passed a few years ago. This is a Ghost Phra Pid Taa and the front shows a skeleton that is covering its eyes, an act that infers that we will not be judged by our actions by the prai in this amulet. And yes, Prai can be used for a Pid Taa even though it is usually Buddhist magic rather than prai magic because the prai is just a source of power. With this containing the relic bones of a high monk, it is treated like a lower level Phra Thaat and goes on the deity altar, not with the Prai.
This amulet was made by two of his disciples - Phor Nan Lat and Phor Noi Tau who used Kruba Inn Taa's bone powder and a pong created by them, which is a dust that is derived from writing magic in chalk. They have produced this exceptional piece in small numbers and they have been well blessed for Metta as they have great effect on those around us.
This is an important amulet.
Measures 2.2" and comes with the maker's card and the Namo Dtassa kata.
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A Ghost Phra Pidtaa Amulet with the remains of Kruba Inn Taa in silver
The bone products of high monks can be used in amulets and they bring a remarkable effect on life due to their metta within. These almost shine and give us access to the higher forms of existance.