The Black Valentine Luk Om by Ajarn Apichai for Saneah and Business in a simple silver case
I love how Ajarn Apichai enjoys using potent old materials, which in this case was a Burmese Prai See Pung that he used to make an amulet for Valentines. He called it the Black Valentine because the same attributes listed below could help gain an excessive sex life.
The foundation for the magic within this piece comes via the collection of the following ingredients - Wahn 108, Wahn Jan Hom, Wahn Dok Thong, Wahn Gai Daeng, Wahn Phetleek and Yaa Chindamunee, Yaa Surasatee, and a Yaa to undo curses. The mix also includes Leh Nam Phi, Pong Dork Raksorn, Pong Ittijae, Pong Maharat and Pong Pattaman. The soil content comes from 7 temples and 7 graveyards and there is also the Pong of 5 Prai to balance the assembled bone within.
Added to this mix was a see pung Saneah Yaa Faet for Saneah attraction and most importantly, the old See Pung Prai from a Burmese source. This is the main ingredient of this amulet and the other items support the function of this. It was in an old brass container and was made over 50 years ago by a lineage Master of Ajarn See Ong, who used very small amounts of this in his amulets. Typically, Ajarn decided to use as much as we could with the limit being that that amulet needs to have some strength, to be able to hold firm. The Takrut within the Luk Om is the Takrut Huajai Ittirit, which boosts the power of the assembled supernatural materials.
This is a stunning piece that is good for Metta Mahaniyon, luck and fortune, and for business. It boosts the bearers fate and fortune, as well as bringing happiness and a sense of peace. Items such as this naturally protect from all dangers and against bad spirits. Ajarn likened this see pung with the green see pung from LP Taab, because there is a mystery to it. It seems to change in the case, sometimes looking oil and sometimes the oil recedes back into the Luk Om. Be prepared for odd happenings when wearing this.
A nice size at 1.5" and comes with an easy kata in a fine silver case.
Superb and very odd magic.
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The Burmese Prai Luk Om by Ajarn Apichai - Saneah/Metta/Business
A Luk Om is simply a ball of something that brings magic, which makes it a common shape as there are many ways to make magic in Thailand. The mst famous in the Luk Om Pong Prai Kuman by Luang Phor Tim, a simple ball of child remains that was so strong and efficient at bringing money that it is still in demand over 50 years after it was made.