This is a rare type of amulet that is made from a section of leg bone from a Phi Tai Hong Ghost, a lady called Salee aged 26 but we don't know how she died. When people die a prai death in South Thailand their body is stored in the graveyard for a year or two before cremation and is therefore easy to harvest. This style of amulet is now quite rare to find because access to the top materials is difficult due to a tightening of the law regarding such things but not in the place where this was taken but they only keep her name and age, not how she died.
Body parts from a Phi Tai Hong Ghosts are powerful sources that are tapped in the Thai Occult and this is simply what it states, a section of her leg bone blessed for good fortune. The leg bones support us, making them the best for good fortune and the marrow has been sealed with wax as part of the blessing. I like that it has been covered with gold leaf as it brings a beauty to the raw necromancy inside.
Prai such as this has no kata, you just connect with your mind and deal with her directly, which is easier when you know her name. Once you connect to the spirit you can work on deals together to get what you want in life but items such as this are renowned for good fortune and protection.
Measures 2.25" each.
Heavy prai makes me happy.
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Leg Bone Amulets from a named Phi Tai Hong Ghost for Good Fortune
The HEAVY PRAI category has items that are made from the top prai materials in the old fashioned way. So expect to see bone, top Panneng and fleshy parts of the body, or oils made from weird sources.