I tried not to sell the heavy stuff but man, I was getting bored as I love it.
This is classic work from the Wicha of the Suai people, close to the Cambodian border and from the hands of Ajarn Krit. The talisman is called the Phi Ka and has been made from a mix that includes the meat of 7 female Phi Tai Hong ghosts, which is normally accessed after accidents on the dangerous roads in the South, where Ajarn resides. The mix was cast into a rough skull shape, then dried and had a natural black latex added to enable the painting of red eyes, a few white teeth and gold leaf on the third eye.
The back is awesome in its simplicity and just has a rough piece of Panneng from a dead pregnant lady pressed in. As is typical with the Suai Wicha, there is no Takrut and everything has been accomplished with Ajarns relationship to the ghosts. This has been blessed for money, love and protection, especially while traveling and it has a fantastic feeling.
With amulets that use heavy prai, bargains are struck using Merit as a currency and this type of body product is best for improving the life in general and depends on the blessing bestowed. In general, I rarely ask for anything and just praise the piece in the prescribed way, leaving it to decide how to help to get the merit and attention it craves. Kata, fresh water and incense every morning, food maybe once a week and lots of merit when good things come. With this piece, put a spot of your blood near its mouth to connect when it arrives and burn 15 incense to request the land spirits open the way and allow entry.
Measures 3.25" and has a kata.
Heavy prai makes me happy.
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The Astonishing Phi Ka Amulet by Ajarn Krit
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.