There are many good makers of Phra Ngang amulets but Ajarn Suea always brings something special to his Ngnag, which originates from the particularly ancient Wicha he follows for his magic. This is an old issue from a few years back that I found recently in his Samnak and it is particularly good. It is carved from Ngiew Dam wood, the pitch black central core of the Ngiew Dam Tree, which in Thai lagend is the tree you climb to get out of hell. It's main trunk is always covered in vicious spines, so it is impossible, even with some lower demons prodding you with their spears. The wood is Athan and is now becoming rare to find.

It has been etched with the correct Akhara and these letters are filled with gold, which is rather beautiful. The sealed underside contains female prai and the activation Takrut and the whole Ngang was then bound in sai sin thread. For saneah, enchantment, sex and great fortune.

It measures 2.6" and comes with Ajarns card and a dedicated kata.

Strong Magic from a top Lanna Magician.

Life gets interesting with a good Phra Ngang.

For Payment - Paypal payments now have a 7% sales tax due to changes in Paypal Thailand. Payments are also accepted through WISE via the email, which has no fee and you only send the cost of the item plus postage.
Standard trackable registered Post ($14) is now available to the USA, Europe, the UK, and Australia for parcels up to the value of $200 but please be aware that things may slow due to Covid outbreaks.ALL orders over $200 and those to Canada, Japan, and NZ - by COURIER ONLY ($53.50) and it gets there in 5 to 9 days.
If wanting another system in Asia, please write to me and we can work it out.

The Phra Ngang Ngiew Dam Prai Amulet by Ajarn Suea

  • Of all the spirits and deities discussed in this book, Phra Ngang has the best chance of becoming a worldwide phenomenon. There are no reliable reference materials on him, not even a Wikipedia post, but he is the one that Westerners seem to be attracted to the most due to his nature and sensibilities . Of all the Thai deities, Phra Ngang is considered easy to relate to and is thought to be the closest to understanding the human heart . From this aspect, it is easy to understand the modern phenomenon of Phra Ngang, which has its subculture in Asia with associated chat sites, and even Facebook pages. On one of these is a steady stream of posted photos of various Phra Ngang for people to admire, comment on and be jealous of.