The Prai Phra Pidtaa of Luang Phor Thongsuk in silver

This is considered to be one of greatest amulets made by this famous monk from the Wicha book of Luang Pu Iam. It is from the 5th and final edition by Luang Phor Tongsuk and it is one of the most famous Phra Pidtaa Prai pieces of the past century. This one was made 40 to 50 years ago during his final period of production.

The method of the Wicha is through writing yant on a chalk board and keeping the chalk, which is then mixed with Phuttakhun powders, Pattaman powder, Pong Ittijae and Maharat powder and then mixed with 108 types of plant. The base of the mix are cemetery soils and crumbs of prai kuman was added to the mix before sealing it with a natural black lacquer from the Rak Tree.

This is fantastic for all attributes, luck and fortune, Metta Mahaniyom, protection and invincibility. It is rare and collectable and has been cased in silver for beautfy and to protect this famous piece.

It measures 1.85" in its fine silver case and comes with the Namo Dtassa kata.

Classic prai magic from a top monk.

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The Famous Prai Phra Pidtaa of Luang Phor Thongsuk in silver

  • Until the recent crackdown, Thai monks used to produce fantastic prai amulets that were controlled by a top Buddhist magician. The only way to access this work now is through old pieces, such as those by LP Tim but almost every top monk worked with prai to great effect.