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The Phra Pidtaa Ja Tu Ra Poot by Ajarn Apichai - the elemental force of Prai
This is made from Prai powders of 4 elements. The earth element comes from male Prai that was created when he died in a road accident. The water element is from female Prai via her drowning. The Wind element is from female Prai that came through a hanging, and the Fire element is from male Prai that died in fire.
These four Prai sources were mixed with the soil from 7 Graveyards, Waan Saneah Jan Hom and Prai Kuman powder. It was then cast to shape with a Nang Kwak in the back, and a copper Takrut. This Takrut is the Maha Ja Tu Ra Toot Takrut, which has the power for Metta Mahaniyom to bring love and support from both people and angellic forces.

When being cased Ajarn added Nam Man Prai and the amulet was blessed with the four elements Wicha. The blessing for the earth element is for invincibility and protection to produce a more durable magic. The Water element Wicha brings abundance, fertility, Maha Saneah, Metta Mahaniyom, and luck and fortune. The Wind element Wicha is for avoiding danger, and removing bad things such as enemies or spirits. And the Fire element Wicha brings prestige and the power of authority, as well as burning away all the bad things, aids court cases and brings victory over enemies.

This is a very unusual construction and it feels odd, almost unique. Sourcing Prai of these sources is now very difficult, hence this being slightly more expensive than usual.

It measures 1.55" and comes with Ajarn Apichai's card and kata.

Extremely unusual magic.

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The Phra Pidtaa Ja Tu Ra Poot by Ajarn Apichai - the elemental force of Prai

  • There are so many forms of this classic Buddhist amulet, even including Prai versions for various functions. The imagery serves two functions, one to not see the difficulties and evils that can affect the life (like see no evil). The other function is not to be seen by the evils themselves. Classic Thai imagery for a multitude of functions.

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