It is so difficult to find good Datlon, which are a form of mercury amalgam that generally come from Burmese Wicha, and this has been sourced in Burma and are old (I have 2).
These are Mercury Eats Gold Datlon and therefore need to be fed gold leaf on a regular basis, and the effect of doing this is wonderful. They eat gold to produce gold and I see a few Burmese pieces but these are excellent. I held one of these in one hand and one of the ones from the rings in the other and these 'pull', like a feeling of pulling luck and they have a great effect on the body. They are stable and have been open cased with a thick edge of silver to great effect.
This type of Palaut pulls luck to the bearer and bring the attributes of the maker to the person wearing it. They are traditionally worn in rings but these are better to be hung round the neck as a larger size. When in need of their influence or a boost, just touch this and get a shot of energy when you need help. I have superb Palaut in my small collection and they take some getting used to but the effect they have on life is remarkable. Money comes, people are kinder, more approachable and it is like living in a world of magic.
They measure 3cm in their fine silver cases. While it says that there is no kata, it is best to say Namo Dtassa for yourself with these and I will enclose a small bag of gold leaf to get you going.
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Rare Old Burmese Mercury Eats Gold Datlon in Silver
The practices of making amalgams of Mercury to aid the life in this region dates back before recorded history but looks to have originated in Burma. They are safe and are given the properties of highly spiritual makers, to the point where they reflect their inherent quality of magic. Remarkable items.