The Phaya Suea by Luang Pu Rit
This is a very odd release from a famous old monk called Luang Pu Rit from 17 years ago, which were found in his temple and have been put out through a dealer I know. What makes this odd is that it has child prai, Pong Prai Kuman but it has been blessed like a Tiger for authority and protection. The things that grants the power to achieve that blessing is that the horn it is carved from came from a buffalo that died from being struct by lightning. Add to that the best bone source for great fortune there is and you have a very good amulet indeed that is now edged in silver in the traditional way.

A good piece of Tiger magic is very useful for people wanting to raise their level in life, and particularly effective for the slightly downtrodden or people emerging from a bad period. Wearing a piece like this takes a little training till we realise that Tiger magic is not angry, it is forceful and full of a calm natural authority that cannot be moved by emotions. Aim for calmness when wearing an amulet like this and it'll do the job for you and besides that, it is a very beautiful piece.
Measures 1.3” and while there was no kata paper that came with this piece, the kata for his twin tail Jingjok is a general kata. A classic old style kata for LP Rit.

I love the old magic of Thailand.

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A Superb Phaya Suea Amulet by Luang Pu Rit in silver 2004

$100.00Price
  • The depth of Tiger magic in the North of Thailand is unfathomable but all types bring a natural authority and a protection from harm. The area even has its own language for the Tiger and the understanding of this beast knows no bounds.