These lovely Rahu talismans have come from the samnak of Ajarn Krit, old issues from a few years back that are rather special.

These amulets feels alive and vibrant, a sign that the magic with these is strong. Serm Duang is the attribute of refreshing the lines of fate and lifting the fortunes, something for which Rahu is renowned and it is why the people of this region turn to Rahu when things get tough. These Rahu are made from carved Galaa, the one eyed coconut that is superb for Rahu amulets, which have been simply carved and then strongly blessed on the night of a full moon eclipse from a few years ago. A one eye coconut is a rare find and they generally come from the coconut plantations where there may only be 4 or 5 per thousand coconuts.

Rahu likes to have offerings on full moon and Buddhist days, enjoying black foods and candles, the details of which will be given to the buyer. The offerings of 8 black foods on the full moons often puts people off Rahu but Ajarn Ting says that 3 or 5 are also fine and we should involve Rahu in our lives. I love Rahu as an extremely rewarding deity if praised correctly.

These measure 2.5" and 2.75" respectively and come with the Rahu Heart kata.

Stunning pieces and the first buyer chooses which one is preferable.

PLEASE COPY THE LISTING WHEN BUYING as it might be the last one.

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Fabulous Old Rahu Galaa Amulets by Ajarn Krit

  • The Rahu talisman is an ancient invocation of Brahmin forces to realign the lines of fate into a more favourable direction. He has specific needs and the best ones are made from one eyed coconut, which can bring a surprising clout to the item. Rarely prai in nature but they can be made from a galaa that has been used in funerary practices of old or to mix materials for spells and incantations.