There are some remarkable Ajarns in the viscinity of Chiang Mai and I am slowly discovering where they are and what aspect of magic they are best at. This pair of amulets (yes, 2 for the price listed that are cased separately but hung together so you can see the inside spells) are made from carved one eye coconuts by Phra Ajarn Pira. These are stunning Rahu! To make them in pairs is the Lanna way, one each to the Sun and the Moon and are especially active on fthe full moon or an eclipse. Phra Ajarn Pira is from the lineage of Kruba Nantaa, who is legendary and an orginal pair by him would be in the range of $3000.

The front is hand carved to show the head of Rahu eating a globe and both sides are gilded and etched with the relevant kata on a black background so this is for the Moon. The other one is gold on a red base, which is for the sun and the cocnut pieces both have an extra small Takrut and a small piece of Phra Ajarns robe. These pairs are known in the region as Tau Mia and Tau Puu, male and female versions of Rahu that are often referred to as husband and wife. There are 2 kata with this but not too difficult, and these come directly from Kruba Nantaa.

These amulets feel alive and they tingle the whole of the body, a sign that the quality of Serm Duang is strong in these. 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.

Rahu likes to have offerings on the main days of the phases of the moon (4 per month) and on Buddhist holy days, when he enjoys black foods and candles, the details of which will be given to the buyer - or can be found in my book - The Thai Occult, which is now also available as a pdf. I love Rahu as he is an extremely rewarding deity if praised correctly.

These measure 2.5" and come with Ajarns kata.

Stunning work from a Rahu Master. From a limited edition of 99 and this is number 62.

A Pair of Rahu Galaa Amulets to the Sun and Moon by Phra Ajarn Pira

  • 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.

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