The Taa Phran family of deities is from Southern Thai magic and this is quite an old one from the original collection of Ajarn Plian, one of the Masters of Nora magic. The family of 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 for great fortune in Thailand.
This one is called Yai Ga Laa and has been carved by hand from Takien wood, painted, and then blessed with applied Yants by Ajarn Plian, who is a Master of Southern magic, and it is oddly potent. This one is a rare type because Yai Ga Laa is the Queen of the Cemetery and she is fierce, so many makers avoid her. Yai Ga Laa controls ghosts, protects their owner and is lucky with numbers. She requires a pin prick of the owner's blood the first time and then after that, pigs blood can be used each month as an offering. Each of the Taa Phran family of deities and ghosts come with their own kata and they all enjoy the usual offerings with cigarettes and alcohol on special occasions.
The amulet measures a nudge over 2" and comes with a kata in a silver case. Yai Ga Laa has a husband called Taa Ga Lee who also has a white face and is just as fierce. They share their kata but he likes offerings of white wine and cigarettes, I will try to get some to him when available.
Ancient South Thai magic.
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A Superb Takien Wood Yai Ga Laa Amulets by Ajarn Plian
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.