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The Leklai Jao Nam Ngun by Ajarn Chum in silver

These are a famous issue from a legendary Ajarn from the late 70's, one of the greatest periods of time in the history of the Thai Occult practices. This is from the period when magicians went to the caves and called for Leklai, but with Ajarn Chum, he released two versions of this, one regarded as male and one as female.

The main attribute that comes with this type of Leklai is Klaew Klaat (impenetrable skin) and Kong Grapan invincibility, as well as bringing the Earth element. They offer protection against weaponry and when requested, bring luck and fortune because these have a pliant angel within.

Another highly unusual quality of the magic within is that these protect the valuables in the home (so is Gan Khamoy), much in the same way as some Hanuman wicha. It also works to multiply the assets you hold through luck and fortune.

While the kata is longeer than normal, the first part is what is said every day, and the second part calls for luck and fortune to come to the home. It is very unusual.

These are rare and astonishing piece and there is only one of each.

The nale piece in the silver Rahu case measures 3cm, and the smooth version is slightly smaller.

Leklai of this quality is rare.

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The Superb Leklai Jao Nam Ngun by Ajarn Chum in silver

  • Leklai is one of the legendary substances used in The Thai Occult practices and there appears to be many types. Some are metallic and have good weight, and some are light, almost like a weird form of jet and a lot more work needs to be done on this subject.

    There appear to be many forms of Leklai, but it usually looks like a metallic element that is considered a living being of the Deva classification but a Deva that has been born on Earth. There are many varieties of this substance available on the market and more continually comes to light but much of it is of a dubious nature. Some of it resembles Haematite as it becomes like a mirror when polished and it also possesses magnetic qualities that are helpful to health. Other forms look like a meteorite, and still, another looks like a conglomerate of small black crystals, which has lead to confusion in this field as they all purport to serve a similar function for the bearer. Having handled many Leklai amulets, it is the opinion of the author that it can be placed into two categories. Firstly, a metallic and magnetic mineral that can be used by the makers to help cleanse the body, much in the same way as the plethora of magnetic amulets available in the world today and secondly, true Leklai, which can be from many sources and of many types. It can come in many colours and must have a property that is supernatural, in that it does not conform to the laws of nature. (The Thai Occult Book p456)

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