I have just cleared the storerooms of Ajarn Verataep and I found a few of this potent piece from his classic period of work around 6 years ago when he was at the height of his popularity. It is an exceptional piece of Thai Occultism.
The amulet is actually called Mae Niyom (but has nothing to do with the Bangkok Ghost Shrine) and consists of a simply cast amulet from prai powders and a graveyard earths mix from 7 graveyards. The front shows a painted lady opening golden curtains to look out and it is a representation of the amulet's ability to look for opportunity. It is a strong piece and many of Ajarn Verataep's amulets take time to adjust to and require a period of spiritual growth.
The back of this amulet is stunning and mark it as a top item. It holds 3 Takrut, a coffin nail, some fine script and a chunk of female bone. This amulet is an exceptional item, as Nang Prai Ghost Amulets often are and they provide wishes, Protection and great fortune. A superb amulet and I think I grabbed 3.
Measures 2.5" and comes with Ajarns kata.
As each of these sells I will add a photo of the new one that is available.
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The Lady in the Window Nang Prai Amulet by Ajarn Verataep
Amulets dedicated to female ghosts are actually very close to a Nang Prai, one of my favourite spells in The Thai Occult, providing great protection, good fortune and strong wishes to the bearer.