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The Chang Maak (chewed betel) of Luang Pu Phra Maha Sau  - A Buddhist Relic

Luang Pu passed away a few years back after being a monk for over 70 years. Imagine being that altruistic and benevolant. This is one of the most potent Chang Maak I have had.
People want this Chang Maak from him because his saliva represents his state of being, and is believed to bring holiness and protection from curses, and all bad things. Those who own this chewed betel receive the power of Metta Maha Niyom, Klaew Klaat to avoid dangers, evil spirits, bad magic and curses. It also brings Kong Grapan, which was the attribute Luang Pu was best known for. It brings universal attributes, and when holding it, it is easy to feel that that is the case.

On the back it has the Golden Pracock Takrut in silver, and the back also has his hair and a piece of his robe. It is these that add prestige, authority, wealth and success into the mix of attributes previously mentioned. This also has a real sense of life. It is very odd.

The reason this is such a sought after piece is that when above a certain level of meditation, the saliva becomes magic, and chewing herbs like this is the way it is passed on. In Daoism it is called 'Jade Water', and is highly valued magic..

Measures 2.6" in its fine silver and needs the Namo Dtassa kata.

Keep this item one level below the Buddha on a deity shrine.

Chang Maak is rare, and I only have one.

Please copy the listing as it gets removed after selling out.

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The Chang Maak (chewed betel) of Luang Pu Phra Maha Sau - A Buddhist Relic

  • This is an amulet type that is now rarely produced as there are now few monks of legend (maybe with the exception of Kruba Boonchum).  The bodies of these high magicians hold great potency. This applies not just to their relics of bone of Phra Thaat, but also products from them while they were alive. The hair of these monks was generally stored away (which is called Gae Saa), their tears were sometimes collected if their eyes watered, as these are considered to be the tears of an angel, and they also used their saliva.

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