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This is a fabulous old issue Lersi Pujow Saming Prai amulet from Lersi Nawagod Of Chiang Mai, who I went to see for the first time today. He has an interesting collection of Wicha which we will investigate over the coming weeks and feature him in the forthcoming last book in the series on The Thai Occult.

Pujow Samingprai is the Lersi that controls the lower spirits and through that power provides protection and authority in daily life. You will always see a Pujow Samingprai in the Samnak of any Ajarn as he is one of the most useful Lersi he will work with. There may even be two masks to Pujow Samingprai and where there is, one will be for Sak Yant and one will be for controlling ghosts. I adore this style of amulet, which is very useful for people wanting to raise their level in life, and particularly effective for the slightly downtrodden.

This one is very special and I love its image of Pujow Samingprai on the front of the enamel locket. The back has 3 Takrut of 3 different metals set into a spiritual mix and on each side are chips of what is known as Peck, a type of Leklai that banishes ghosts and provides protection from all harm as well as name plate. All these items help Pujow Samingprai have dominion over the ghosts.

Superb for authority in life and released a few years ago in a limited run.
Measures 2.5" and comes with the makers card and kata. An important piece that has been scripted by Lersi Nawagod during the extra blessing, which will wear off onto the skin naturally.

A Special Pujow Samingprai Ong Kru Amulet by Lersi Nawagod

  • There are 108 Lersi and all have a role in the magical world. The Tiger Faced Lersi is one of the top Lersi and he is turned to when one needs control of all ghosts and spirits as well as a boost in authority.

  • I offer a 30 days return policy with a refund on receipt of the item but for some items I cannot do that as they need blessing again by the maker, some of whom I do not know personally. This is a problem with spiritual items but I will always endeavor to help where I can.