There are many animals that hold magic in Thailand and one of them is when a Jingjok lizard has two tails, which is a sign of extreme good fortune. This amulet is not a real 2 Tail Jingjok, which are exceptionally expensive, but a representation that has been made from Buffalo horn from an animal that was killed by lightning.
These were made 18 years ago by a legendary old monk, Luang Pu Rit, who was pretty fearsome looking but he did live in one of the wildest and poorest areas of the country. His amulets turned out to be very popular for their good fortune, which was brought by both the lightning struck horn and the fact that he added top prai, a spot of which can be seen on the photo showing the reverse, and yes, that is enough material to affect your life in a positive way. He followed the LP Timm way with his prai and collected the top forms of child prai to move the spirit on and then used the potency of the piece to help people's lives. This means that this is pong prai kuman powder but without the need to care for the Kuman. This prai is not chatty, it is just strong but still likes merit, sweet drinks and prai offerings.
Measures 3" in its fine silver case and comes with its own kata. I only have 2 left.
Classic Thai Occultism from the past.
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The Legendary Twin Tail Jingjok Prai Amulet by Luang Phor Rit in silver
There are many animals that hold magic in Thailand and one of them is when a Jingjok lizard has two tails, which is a sign of extreme good fortune.