A Rare Leklai Maleng Tab Phra Pidtaa by Luang Phor Somporn

Good Leklai is becoming very difficult to find and sourcing top pieces from Luang Phor Somporn has been very helpful in understanding this reclusive and misunderstood material. Top Leklai should shimmer on photos and be difficult to focus on. It is mysterious and is now very difficult to source because there are few who can cut it and shape it correctly.

The Phra Pidtaa is made from the Leklai Peak Maleng Tab, which is known more widely through its nick name of Emerald Beetle Wing Leklai. This is the most difficult Leklai to invite or find and it is sought by people who practice kata and meditation in all its forms to raise their psyche or those who keep the high precepts. It can be used for avoiding dangers like most Leklai and is perceived as a part of training. This has a prominence of the earth element but contains all, which is also the same with its magical attributes. Generally, the main attribute that comes with this type of Leklai is Klaew Klaat (impenetrable skin) and Kong Grapan invincibility.

If interested ask us to check your elements through your astrology with Ajarn Apichai and he will tell you which of the varieties is the most suitable for you as in Thai magic we need a balance of the elements within. We are hoping that the future interviews will help the understanding of Leklai for future generations but I have been testing out the one most suited to me and am very impressed. I have balanced elements so could have used the one that lifts them all but Ajarn Apichai recommended the fire and water elements, fire to raise the health and Amnat authority (it gives me loads of energy) and a Water one for great fortune, Metta and to cool the emotions. The wind element is for a recycling of the energy and Serm Baramee, a raise in social status but that is rare nowadays. The Leklai most people know is for the earth element, which brings a good foundation to life along with the usual Klaew Klaat and Kong Grapan attributes.

Regarding care, these items just need a glass of fresh water each day and kata, no need for incense for these but can still use for other items close by. These are placed on a deity altar or deity level so they face East or North and actually only need food rarely as the resident angel in these can find their own or join in eating any fruit offered to the altar. The only time this receives a direct offering is on an important Buddhist day and once or twice a year is fine, it then gets a small amount of honey next to it. After saying kata you can ask it to help with what the type of help that that Leklai provides.

Measures 1.3" and comes in a gold plated silver case and the Heart kata for Leklai, which cannot be written down but can be sent as a recording. It is taboo to write down that kata.

Legendary magic - and this Leklai was sourced froma cave in South Thailand.

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A Rare Leklai Peak Maleng Tab Phra Pidtaa by Luang Phor Somporn

$300.00Price
  • We have been researching Leklai for 3 years and are finally close to an understanding to the point where we can offer it to devotees of the Thai Occult and beyond with the correct understanding. There is too much lore with Leklai, especially regarding its sources and the legends that surround its collection. These legends have clouded the understanding of the substance and lead to much confusion, when at its heart it is an incredibly useful substance.
    Each form of Leklai carries a single element either of Na - water, Ma - earth, Pa - fire, and Ta - air or a combination of any or all of them and each type brings different attributes above the Klaew Klaat impenetrable skin and Kong Grapan invincibility that is in all Leklai. This mysterious substance is becoming very difficult to find but we can now offer top pieces from Luang Phor Somporn, who has been very helpful in understanding this reclusive and misunderstood material. Top Leklai should shimmer on photos and be difficult to focus on. It is mysterious and is now rare because there are few who can work with it correctly. More will follow with interviews on Leklai in the future but for now if we can perceive that it has a spirit and feels otherworldly, it is a good Leklai.
    Leklai has a deva within and is for boosting the elements that may be lacking or low in the body to create a balance. To get the correct Leklai we have to check your elements through your astrology via Ajarn Apichai and he will tell you which of the varieties is the most suitable for the buyer. We are hoping that the future interviews will help the worldwide understanding of Leklai but I have been testing out the one most suited to me and am very impressed. I have balanced elements so could have used the one that lifts them all but Ajarn Apichai recommended the fire and water elements, fire to raise the health and Amnat authority and a Water one for great fortune, Metta and to cool the emotions. Besides those two, the wind element is for a recycling of the energy and Serm Baramee (a raise in social status) but that Leklai is rare and I only have a few. The Leklai most people know is for the earth element and is generally black, which brings a good foundation to life along with the usual Klaew Klaat and Kong Grapan attributes.
    Regarding care, these items just need a glass of fresh water each day and kata, no need for incense for these but can still use for other items close by. These are placed on a deity altar or deity level so they face East or North and actually only need food rarely as the resident angel in these can find their own or join in eating any fruit offered to the altar. The only time this receives a direct offering is on an important Buddhist day and once or twice a year is fine, it then gets a small amount of honey next to it. After saying kata you can ask it to aid life with the type of help that that Leklai provides.