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Rare 7 Graveyard Luk Om Prai Amulets by Phor Nan Tan in silver

This is a great Luk Om from one of the teachers of Ajarn Best, Phor Nan Tan, who passed away at a great age shortly after Ajarn Best's death. Ajarn Best had the traditional respect for his teachers and the photographs of him with them are a joy.

This is a simply constructed by strong piece that is mostly bone powders and chips that were collected from 7 graveyards, with permission granted by the graveyard spirit, the Phi Sieng Mieng. Soils were also collected from each place and then the assembly was blessed in his Samnak over a few months until Phor Nan was happy with the results. This is classic old style Lanna occultism that was both raw and exceptional in nature. These are for good fortune and there is both an element of gambling luck that comes with the closely related ability to whisper of coming events.

This has a real kick to it, and looks fabulous in its silver case.

An item from another world.

A nice size at 1.4" and it comes in a silver case with the Lanna Prai kata.

Classic Prai Magic.

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Rare 7 Graveyard Luk Om Prai Amulets by Phor Nan Tan in silver

  • 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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