I have managed to source two examples of Burmese Prai magic from a maker called Sala Joom, from whom an interview will be taken when the border opens again.
This is his Flying Ghost amulet or Phi Ka Hung and its power comes from the remains of 9 Phi Tai Hong bodies, all sourced in Burma. This feels like higher magic than prai magic and we need more info on this although this sort of thing is very rare indeed. It's cast in a very rough manner and has no discernable load except for what looks like the remains of incense sticks. These can be used from important temples as they carry the wishes of the person who burned this stick while praising and seeking help from those in the heavens above.
Only 9 made - and this has to be recased as a bit of condensation was forming in the case so we lost the written Burmese script on the outside. Was worth the effort though as amulets that are damp never look good.
Measures 2.35" and great for attraction and all things related to money. This item needs to be offered beef blood or raw beef meat when making a request, which is a potent offering that is rarely seen in Thailand.
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The Phi Ka Hung Prai Amulet by Sala Joom - Burmese Prai LAST ONE
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.