The Phi Sieng Mieng Amulet by Ajarn Apichai
The Sieng Mieng Ghost is the ancient Guardian or the graveyard, which in South Thailand is Yai Ga Laa and Taa Ga Lee. This is an ancient Wicha that was used to call and control spirits by creating a Sieng Mieng within an amulet, a Wicha that the spirits and ghosts are afraid of, granting you the ability to have power over them. It protects when traveling to haunted places as you are carrying a Guardian, and it also protects against black magic.
Whoever has the prai Athan amulets such as the Nam Man Prai, Kuman Thong, and Panneng, this amulet grants them power and helps the spirit within those amulets be obedient to us. The effects of the Sieng Mieng amulet also naturally raises your good fortune and Saneah as wherever you go the surrounding spirits will support you in every way and grant wishes towards business, love and Metta.
The amulet is made from a mix of Yaa 500 prai, Waan Yaa from an old Lanna Wicha book and many other mixes such as Waan 108, Waan Sao Long and more. It also contains earths from 7 piers, 7 temples and 7 graveyards, and rare types of pong powders that have to be kept secret.

The amulet itself is fronted by a photo of Ajarn Apichai in the graveyard and the Sieng Mieng grants him permission to be there. The Yaa at the back has an inserted Takrut to bring the spirit and it has then been burnished with gold and a complex Yant etched on the back. This is the usual astonishing quality from Ajarn Apichai and a very unusual piece that is now cased in silver.

It measures 2.5" and comes with Ajarns card and kata.

Ancient magic.

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The Phi Sieng Mieng Prai Amulet by Ajarn Apichai in silver

  • This is the ghost of the graveyard, an ancient entity that has the power over all prai and ghosts and is beseached when bring work to the cemetery.