Ajarn Sala Boon Khong of Chiang Mai is one of the most astonishing magicians of his generation and the chance to get any of his work should be taken. He is one of the few who provides access to some of the rare Wicha of Burma and works at an astonishing level with the practices there.

This amulet is called the Jak Raa See and it deals with changing your astrology accrording the the magic of Myanmar. The amulet consists of a fine enamel panel showing the Burmese astrological chart and then the matrix and the 8 balls of active materials is attempting to align your astrology into a more favourable position. Oddly, the Burmese do not praise Rahu and believe, like the Indians that he should not be praised. Ajarn also stated that the praise of Rahu is a relatively modern phenomenon in Thailand but it has lead to Rahu being a prominant deity. The thing that puts many people off with Rahu are the complex offerings he needs, 8 black foods on the full moon and exclipses and most find it hard to balance their magic with their working life. There are also very few amulets that provide Serm Duang, a refreshing of the lines of fate to lift up the devotee from where their astrology may place them. This is why this amulet is a popular piece as it does a similar job to Rahu without the hassle.

Measures 3" and there is no kata with these items, just praise the item directly. Burmese items such as this like water, tea, fruit, cigarettes, alcohol but no sweets or raw meat please, unless the Burmese item has prai.

All the talismans of Ajarn Sala Boon Khong are made in limited numbers and this was purchased from his Samnak and received an extra blessing.

The Jak Raa See Amulet for Serm Duang by Ajarn Sala Boon Khong

$150.00Price
  • Finding good Burmese magic is extremely difficult because it is kept with the various cults. Now that some Ajarns in Thailand are learning the magic, it is they who are passing on some of the benefits of the Burmese magical way and the best of these Ajarns is Ajarn Sala Boon Khong.

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