Finding good amulets that have been made using Burmese Wicha is difficult and often as expensive as this remarkable piece of Burmese Occultism from Kruba Apiwat. This is an exceptional item, especially once you know that he is part of the lineage of Kruba Wat Mai Hong, the legendary maker of the see pung made by a ghost.

This has been made using the original Wicha from the Khru Surasatee lineage of Burma, where there is a specific blessing applied to a pure silver amulet over successive rituals to bring the attributes associated with the magic of this Burmese Nat - the greatest deity for good fortune and the intellect. She also can grant 5 different types of request

1 - To bring success for love and Metta

2 - For wealth

3 - Gives help with studying and intellectual pursuits

4 - She aids Samathi

5 - Granting wishes in general

Amulets such as this need pure offerings, enjoying green bananas, unopened coconuts, pineapple as a fruit, sweet smelling flowers, scents, and a jar of honey on the altar. Praising Burmese items has a simple beauty that astounds.

It is an exceptional piece of spiritual work that measures 1.5" and has no kata, just wear and connect..

I love Burmese Wicha

PLEASE COPY THE LISTING WHEN BUYING as it might be the last one.

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A Remarkable Silver Mae Surasatee Amulet by Kruba Apiwat

$125.00Price
  • Mae Surasatee is an angelic Nat from Burma and she is praised as the guardian of the Tripitaka, the Buddhist scriptures. She is easily recognised by her appearance as a beautiful lady sat on a golden swan holding the scriptures in her hand. Her original statue is in Burma’s highest temple, Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon and she is also the goddess of wisdom, knowledge and charm; linking her to the source of her existence, the Indian goddess of Saraswati. People often make wishes to her and they believe that if they praise her, everything will be okay. Her shrines in Burma are often full of students seeking help when taking their exams, and she is thought of as the deity to seek help from when things get rough.
    An excert from The Thai Occult book p147