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The Phra Nang Phaya A Ti by Ajarn Apichai - a Relic of Luang Pu Waen in gold plated silver
Luang Pu Waen was 98 years old when he passed in 1985. He was ordained for most of his life, and after his teacher passed he became a student of Luang Pu Man, the greatest Thai meditation Master who insisted on Tudong training, where the monk roams the wilds to remove his fear. He lived in the forest and sought seclusion, until finally settling at Wat Doi Mae Pang at the age of 75. His amulets are as legendary as his abilities, the most notable of which was that he could give an amulets its full power in seconds, rather than through lengthy rituals.

The foundation for the magic within this piece comes via the collection of the following ingredients - Wahn 108, Wahn Jan Hom, Wahn Dok Thong, Wahn Gai Daeng, Wahn Phetleek and Yaa Chindamunee, Yaa Surasatee, and a Yaa to undo curses. The mix also includes Leh Nam Phi, Pong Dork Raksorn, Pong Ittijae, Pong Maharat and Pong Pattaman. Added to this mix was the container showed in the photo above that contained the ashes of Luang Pu Waen, which was an astonishing find. What's more astonishing was the fact that there were two phials and I will show the two together when we make the second run. We originally thought to use sapphires in the amulet but Ajarn asked for rubies instead. The Takrut in the back of the Phra Nang Phaya carries the Heart of Phuttakhun kata to have the power for Metta, Great Fortune and the avoidance of dangers.

The feeling of this piece is both exceptional and angelic.
Having this amulet will mean that everywhere you go there will be love, support and Metta and the angels above will protect the bearer from dangers. It’s power for the avoidance of danger is divine and it also brings success, luck and fortune. Whoever wishes you harm will have a change of heart and want you as a friend, and this is a source of high magic that will be difficult to replicate without the relic bone within.

With this containing the relic bones of an Arahant monk, it is treated like a lower level Phra Thaat and goes on the deity altar, not with the Prai. This is an important amulet.

Measures 2" in its fine gold plated silver case and comes with Ajarn Apichai's card and kata.

Exceptional divine magic - and I only have 9. These will sell quickly due to the source of the relic bone.

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The Phra Nang Phaya A Ti by Ajarn Apichai - a Relic of Luang Pu Waen with Rubies

  • The relics from famous monks carry great power, especially where that monk produced Phra Thaat, which are known as Sarira in other Buddhist cultures. With this containing the bone of a Kruba, the attribute of Metta is off the scale and the chance to get items such as this is rare.

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