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The Ong Kru Wind Element Leklai Thong Palai by LP Somporn

Please get an astrology reading before buying Leklai to check the element you need. Having the wrong element can either have no effect of be detrimental.

Leklai amulets are rare now, especially when they are of this quality and potency. Leklai can carry a single elements of Na - water, Ma - earth, Pa - fire, and Ta - air or wind or a combination of all of them and each type brings different attributes above the Klaew Klaat avoidance of dangers and Kong Grapan invincibility that is in all Leklai.

Sourcing these top pieces from Luang Phor Somporn has been very helpful in understanding this reclusive and misunderstood material.

This is a very odd Leklai Thong Phalai from Luang Phor Somporn. The first cased one is  a Phra Yaut Khun Phon that has received all the extra blessings needed to make this an Ong Kru, which is shown with the stamps on the back. The second is a Wind Leklai Somdet, and both really suit their black cases.

The Laklai Phalai has 'jit' (spirit) and is for boosting the wind element, which helps with a recycling of the energies of life life and Serm Baramee, raising one's status and position in life. The colour of these is fabulous. If interested, please get an astrology reading with Ajarn Apichai and he will tell you which of the varieties is the most suitable for you as in Thai magic we need a balance of the elements within. Without this knowledge, the Leklai chosen may not help you in the best way.

I have balanced elements so could have used the one that lifts them all but Ajarn Apichai recommended the fire and water elements, fire to raise the health and Amnat authority (it gives me loads of energy) and a Water one for great fortune, cooling down hot emotions and bringing Metta to life. The earth element grounds people and brings the usual attribute for Leklai of Klaew Klaat and Kong Grapan and the Wind element brings a recycling of energies and a raise in status (Serm Baramee).

Regarding care, these items just need a glass of fresh water each day and kata, no need for incense for these but can still use for other items close by. These are placed on a deity altar or deity level so they face East or North and actually only need food rarely as the resident angel in these can find their own or join in eating any fruit offered to the altar. The only time this receives a direct offering is on an important Buddhist day and once or twice a year is fine, it then gets a small amount of honey next to it. After saying kata you can ask it to help with what the type of help that that Leklai provides.

The Phra Yaut Khun Phon measures 2.1" and the Somdet 2.25". They come with the Heart Kata for Leklai, which cannot be written down but can be sent as a recording. It is forbidden to write the kata down. Remember it, don't write it.

Potent and legendary magic.

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The Ong Kru Wind Element Leklai Thong Palai by LP Somporn

  • Leklai is one of the legendary substances used in The Thai Occult practices and there appears to be many types. Some are metallic and have good weight, and some are light, almost like a weird form of jet and a lot more work needs to be done on this subject.

    There appear to be many forms of Leklai, but it usually looks like a metallic element that is considered a living being of the Deva classification but a Deva that has been born on Earth. There are many varieties of this substance available on the market and more continually comes to light but much of it is of a dubious nature. Some of it resembles Haematite as it becomes like a mirror when polished and it also possesses magnetic qualities that are helpful to health. Other forms look like a meteorite, and still, another looks like a conglomerate of small black crystals, which has lead to confusion in this field as they all purport to serve a similar function for the bearer. Having handled many Leklai amulets, it is the opinion of the author that it can be placed into two categories. Firstly, a metallic and magnetic mineral that can be used by the makers to help cleanse the body, much in the same way as the plethora of magnetic amulets available in the world today and secondly, true Leklai, which can be from many sources and of many types. It can come in many colours and must have a property that is supernatural, in that it does not conform to the laws of nature. (The Thai Occult Book p456)

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