In the Thai Occult practices it is interesting to note that there is a substantial amount of Wicha dedicated to the old Indian gods that came here before Buddhism. The most popular one is Picanet, the Thai name for Ganesh and he is adored here for the same reasons as in India.
This superbly made amulet is by one of the greatest magicians in Thailand, Kruba Krissana and was made 9 years ago (unworn from from old stock). It grants all the attributes because it is from a high god and with being from a top maker it has the capability of changing a persons life. Picanet brings health, wealth and understanding, famous for aiding knowledge and teaching he also brings Metta and great fortune because he clears a way through for those attributes. This is a great example of the stunning quality of the Thai amulet work of old and the blessing of a top monk. The casting, colouring and Yantra on the back are all top quality.
These measure 2.75" and come with the original temple case and the Namo Dtassa chant. An issue long sold out that has been cased in silver to great effect. The price quoted is for EACH, just choose the cream or black version.
Stunningly beautiful amulets.
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Stunning Silver Cased Ganesh Amulets by Kruba Krissana
There is still much of the original influence from India in the Thai Occult system and amulets to Ganesh, Shiva, Kali and most of the other Indian gods are produced from time to time. They carry most of the attributes in the same way as the high Buddhist pieces.