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Amulets with a strong Nam Man Prai by Ajarn Best

Thse two amulets came from an old bottle of potent Nam Man Prai from Ajarn Best, and the rest of the bottle was kept to use in other amulets.  It was a medium size bottle of a very strong Prai oil that had items within the bottle. It is important to buy all of this type of thing as the products within are useful to create new magic with through Ajarn Apichai. The quality of this Nam Man Prai is as good as you would expect from this source, and we made two amulets. The price is for each.

The first has a Inn Khoo in it and some of that amazing oil, and the second has a piece of wood from the Mai Rak tree and a Takrut for Saneah. Both items are for super saneah for attraction of lovers and a good social circle. It also helps  with work, business, and more to make the passage of life smoother and bring success.

These are very strong and will bring great magic to your life.

These haves a real kick to them and items of this kind are now rare.

The Inn Khoo measures 2" and the cased Takrut measures 3.3". Both come with the Namo Dtassa kata.

Classic Prai Magic.

Please copy the listing as it gets removed after selling out.
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Standard trackable registered Post ($15) is now available to the USA, Europe, the UK, and Australia for parcels up to the value of $300. ALL orders over $300 and those to Canada, Japan, and NZ - by COURIER ONLY ($55) and it gets there in 5 to 9 days. So on a big order it may be best to make single orders unless you need the box quickly.

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LAST Inn Khoo with a strong Nam Man Prai by Ajarn Best

  • Ajarn Best was a child prodigy with magic and was recognised as such from an early age. He had a very successful career for a very short period of time before passing away in an accident. The remarkable thing was that he foresaw his own death.
    He remains an enigma to this day.

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