Amulets to Mae Surasatee are rare but her popularity seems to be risingas people see the changes in fortune that she can bring. When Ajarn Ting was building his Samnak he started to praise her and offered to build her a shrine if she helped him out, so there's now a large shrine to this Burmese Nat next to his Samnak. This is Ajarn Ting's Ong Kru of this release from 3 years ago and will be the last one you see.

Mae Surasatee is the lady that carries the knowledge of Buddhism in her hands while she rides a golden swan (or Duck in Burma). The front of the large enamel panel is extremely fine and has some beautiful Burmese Yantra picked out in gold. The back holds Burmese style mixture of Waan and balls of herbal materials around a central 'coin' of very special Yaa from the Sui Yin Jor cult of a Burmese Weiza. There are 5 balls in total and they come from different sources to build the magic within and the potency of these things is deceptive. This carries a high white magic, something for which Ajarn Ting now specialises and the Takrut at the base is in silver.

Mysterious and wonderful.

The amulet measures 2.75" and comes with Ajarns card. There is no kata for Burmese pieces (in general).

The Ong Kru Amulet to Mae Surasatee by Ajarn Ting - Burmese Magic

$175.00Price
  • Burmese magic is both mysterious and potent with different ways than their Thai neighbours. Much of the magic comes from the cults of the Weiza and involves mercury and strange techniques. There are also few amulets produced from the systeem and I endeavor to find what is available as there are devoted fans of this system.