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.
This amulet is to an old Shan King called Makong Ji who liked to gamble, so this amulet is a construction that brings gambling luck (and this can be gambling in whatever form) and I have grouped it with a herbal mixture as they work well together. The front of the amulet has a beautifully esoteric representation of the King but it is the back that is fascinating. The back carries two Takrut to like the fortunes (Noon Duang and Chok Laap) as well as two sections of buffalo horn from a bull that got killed by lightning, which have been cut to represent Mahjong pieces. The matrix they are pressed into carries a herbal mixture below the black wax that comes from a Bee that has a nest in the ground. This wax is the same as the wax used to seal a Bia Kae as it repels the lesser spirits, which are troublesome when gambling as they can interfere with your luck.
There are some rules with this amulet.
1. Do not drink while you are playing.
2. Decide on what you would like to win and then immediately stop.
3. Do not speak lasciviously to a lady while gambling, in other words, no dirty talk.
The herbal mixture is a specialty of Ajarn Sala Boon Khong and you put one ball in half a bucket of water and use it to bathe EVERY DAY till the bottle is finished as it removes any obstacles to be successful at gambling.
Measures 2.75" 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 Makong Ji Amulet by Ajarn Sala Boon Khong - Burmese Magic
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.