Ajarn Verataep is famous for this amulet and is one of the very few makers of the Duang Taa after Luang Phor Pina made them popular a few decades back (Ajarn is a huge fan of Luang Phor Pina and has a fine collection of his works).

The Duang Taa is the 'Eye of Fortune' and the Wicha for it dictates that this amulet and the ghost within try to find the best astrological influences for the bearer. The eye is constantly on the lookout for good fortune and even has an aspect of whispering and guiding the bearer through their instincts. The first ones of these were black and they came in a thick prai oil, whereas this one is basically bone powder and pong powders that have been cast an painted before receiving a final long blessing. The oil is for Saneah because we all need Saneah attraction in life and the feeling of this is as good as the old versions, which is good to note.

I adore the work of Ajarn Verataep. Sitting and photographing his extra blessing was amazing as there were waves of energy coming from him, in a styleunlike any other Ajarn I know.

The amulet measures a nudge over 2.25" and comes with Ajarn Verataep's kata.

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The Duang Taa Prai Amulet by Ajarn Verataep

$100.00Price
  • The Duang Taa translates as the Eye of Astrology, or is sometimes known as the Eye of Fortune because this amulet attempts to seek out the best astrological alignment and adap what is coming towards the bearer. It is an amulet style that was made famous by Luang Phor Pina a few decades back, which are popular and efficient pieces to this day.