This amulet consists of a panneng taken from a lady's skull that holds the third eye, which is considered the most potent. Ajarn Tay is the best at this type of work as he is one of the most gifted prai magicians in Thailand due to his training as a Luksit with Phor Sala Tan. Items such as this are both highly valued and now rarely made.

This beautifully carved Panneng is to Gay Sex and attraction (they do seem attracted to each other) and is very good for Saneah, love, strong protection and money. The load underneath is fantastic and the matrix consists of the black sap of the Maai Rak tree with added bone powder and graveyard earths. Into this has been pressed a lot of chunks of bone, 2 large Takrut, and a phial of the bone powder and earth from the outside cremation of a very promiscuous gay man. This is one hell of a piece.

For all matters relating to love, sex and great fortune for gay men, and anything you wish to come to your life as these items have no bounds magically. The constructed spirit within this can even be sent to talk in the minds of others and praising this will hone your abilities as a magician. I have two items by Ajarn Tay and his kata has been of great help in my life. Always use merit as a currency when praising this Panneng and it will help you with everything.

Astonishing work - now stunning cased in silver.
Measures 2.6" and comes with Ajarn Tay's kata.

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A Stunning Carved Panneng to Gay Love by Ajarn Tay in silver

  • Panneng are one of the top magical items in Thailand and come from people who have died a prai death - accident, murders, suicides etc Their form of death renders their remains supernatural and the Ajarns can tap and enhance this source of power to aid the lives of the living, while the living aid the life of the ghost by using merit as a reward for services given.