This is an exceptional piece of prai magic from Ajarn Best, an Ajarn from Chiang Mai who tragically died 10 years ago in an accident and his family are selling his remaining pieces. He was exceptionally talented, a regional legend despite his age whose product was exceptional. The prices on his items are now rising exponentially so it seems that his pull as a magician extends beyond his death, much in the same way as Phor Sala Tan.
His family and Luksit have been releasing his old product due to a steep rise in the interest in his work, which has come from experience only as there is little written about Ajarn at this time. When I discovered him via a friend I bought everything immediately, despite the cost because high occultism of this quality is rare. This amulet is one of his child bone amulets that he made for strong good fortune as child products are the best for great fortune. Ajarn then stuffed this arm bone with one of his heavy prai see pung from from a female accident victim to give the child ghost some parental control. This is such a potent piece, as is always the case.
The amulets that use child remains are the most supportive of good fortune (like Pong Prai Kuman) but they also bring strong protection once connected to the amulet, which is easy as this is a cracking piece. When using pure child prai this has had the spirit moved on in the same way as a top Pong Prai Kuman, which makes this an easy piece as there's little or no chatter and the control is superb.
This measures 3" in a nice silver case. Grab this quickly as the prices for his work are going through the roof.
A stunning piece of raw occultism. Expect more of his work on the site as I have been collecting it whenever it was affordable.
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A Rare Child Bone Amulet by Ajarn Best in silver (2008)
Chunks of bone, fingers, eye, skin and all the other actual body products that can be recognised comprise the category of heavy prai. These items always feel more potent as both the bearer and the ghost can recognise that part.