A Solid Silver Jao Sua Amulet by Luang Phor Tuam for Metta - made in 2015
I thought I should list a few real Buddhist amulets rather than you buying the unblessed rubbish online, and it is possible to get astonishing ones at an affordable price. This one is a fabulous Jao Sua, a classic form of Buddhist amulet and what makes this special is the monk that made it and the fact that it is solid silver.
This has been blessed for Metta by the renowned old monk, Luang Phor Tuam of Surat Thani who released this around 8 years ago. Silver holds the blessing well and has a natural element of good fortune within it due to its value. This was finely cast and then had the number for each of the release punched in by hand, and this first one is 67 and a second one I found in a drawer is number 116. These have a Matt finish and could do with a clean on arrival, which is better for you to do as this will serve to help you to connect. I cannot put these on a cord as it needs a thread through it and a simple string of leather may be best.
A Classic amulet that measures 1.35" and comes with the original temple case and the Namo Dtassa kata.
I love old Buddhist pieces from top monks.
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A Solid Silver Jao Sua Amulet by Luang Phor Tuam for Metta 2015
Pure Buddhist amulets (without Prai materials) are known as Puttakhun magic and they work in a gentler way but still offer sustained magical force.