The Khun Paen Prai Amulet by Luang Pu Rit in silver 2004 - Money/Authority
This is a famous release from a famous old monk called Luang Pu Rit from 18 years ago, which were found in his temple and have been put out through a dealer I know. They were sold at the original praice (!) so i can pass these on at a ridiculous price when you consider that the amulet has a silver edged case.
The main magic in this piece comes from two sources, Bai Laan and a small plug of child prai underneath, Pong Prai Kuman (powdered kid bone) which is the most famous source of good fortune in the system. This comes from the thinking associated with the fame of Luang Phor Timm, after whom many famous monks used a similar bone source to help their devotees. Bai Laan are the original Buddhist scriptures on palm leaf that have to be copied every generation. They are held by monks for generations while they chant and hold great power for protection from malicious forces, ghosts and negativity in general.
Good fortune and protection of this type are essential for what is to come and this is a beautiful amulet at an invredible price.
Measures 2” and comes with the original temple case and the general kata for LP Rit.
I love the old magic of Thailand.
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The Khun Paen Prai Amulet by Luang Pu Rit in silver 2004 - Money/Protection
Khun Paen was the master magician, warrior and womaniser of legend and amulets to him bring strong attraction, protection, authority and good fortune. st of this type have an amazing prai source, which are the only ones i stock.
The reading of the story of Khun Paen is vital for an understanding of the history of the Thai Occult, because this is the first reference to the making of a Kuman Thong in all Thai literature. Kuman is from the Sanskrit Kumar, which means son or Prince and Thong is gold, so the Kuman Thong is a golden spirit son. These spirit sons are derived from a child that died before or during birth, but the most powerful of these are the spirits of infants that died in their mother’s womb, along with the mother. These are believed to be especially potent, perhaps because they not only contained the energy of the life not lived with the child, but added to this is the protective energy of the mother. This ghost is classified as a Phi Tai Tang Glom, one of the most potent supernatural forces in Thai magic. Another famous form of these child spirits is a Luk Krok, a stillborn baby, small, and not fully developed. This is dried and kept as a powerful protective charm, to be nurtured and enchanted so it will love, and hence protect its Master. Both of these types can be astonishingly violent and powerful spirits, reputedly capable of killing people. (The Thai Occult Book p328)