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An Original Luk Om Kraduk Phi by Phra Ajarn Noo in silver - WW2

I always try to pick these up but they are getting expensive now as rare. These are a classic from the history of The Thai Occult, which come from troubled times. Bangkok was bombed during WW2 and many people died on both sides.

Phra Ajarn Noo was trained in Cambodia but resided at Wat Po, one of the most famous temples in the country. It is a Royal temple and permission was sought to make these, which was granted.  What he did was make a huge series of amulets from the dead soldiers, a general and civilians for the benefit of the living and to bring merit to the dead. He crushed the bones of many people together and added Pong Ittijae for the grace of the Buddha and Pong Mahaphut, which is used to control the spirits within these pieces. They were blessed for protection in all its forms, Metta, and good fortune and were of great benefit to both the people and Thai soldiers. The remarkable thing is that despite their age you can still feel the entity within, but sometimes they ghost chooses to stay and becomes a higher spirit.

I have not had one of these for some time so you should be quick with this.

A nice size at 1.3" in its fine silver case and it comes with the Namo Dtassa kata.

Classic Prai Magic.

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LAST Original Luk Om Kraduk Phi by Phra Ajarn Noo in silver - WW2

$175.00Price
  • Prai Luk Om's are a simple way to bring ghost magic to your life as it is usually just a ball of remains with herbs and a blessing. These can be as famous of the Png Prai Kuman by LP Timm, or the work of Phra Ajarn Noo, who ground down the bones of dead soldiers during WW2 to benefit the living and the dead.

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