The Taa Phran family of deities is from Southern Thai magic and this is a rare type known as Phran Saming, and this has been made quite a few years ago using the traditional method by Ajarn Plian, one of the Masters of the Nora magic of the South. The family of the types of Taa Phran are quite unlike other deities and seem more like potent land spirits that have been raised to deities. They are firmly rooted in the Southern Thai traditions and culture and are currently very popular in Thailand but this one is rarely seen.

The amulet has been carved by hand from Takien wood, then painted and blessed with applied Yants by Ajarn Plian, who is a Master of Southern magic. It is oddly potent. This Saming Fai Phran Suea is the member of the Phran Family related to Tiger magic and is for authority over people and controling ghosts.

The masks like this that are made from wood are rare and the ones from Takien wood the most rare of all (it is often Kanun wood). They bring authority and control over ghosts so can be seen as similar to a Pujow Samingprai but it is firmly rooted in Southern Thai magic. Each type comes with their own kata and this must be offered fresh beef when it arrives and only likes raw meat and alcohol as an offering after that. It has a kata for control that is odd too.

This mask measures 2" and it is a rare and remarkable piece.

Ancient magic South Thai magic.

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A Superb Takien Wood Saming Fai Phran Suea Amulet by Ajarn Plian in silv

$135.00Price
  • The Taa Phran family of deities is from Southern Thai magic and they form the centre of an ancient belief system that is still practiced to this day.