The Rakyom Saneah Amulet by Ajarn Cha - in silver 2019
Rakyom are such unusual amulets that come from an ancient Wicha where they create a spirit body from the simplest of materials. This is about the best one I can currently find, hence the adding of a fine silver case.
Ajarn Cha began the process of making this by first collecting the branches of the Rak and Yom tree that pointed East from trees that had died a Prai death. He then carved the figures himself, scripted the Yant Takrut and it was blessed to have a spirit body within using the 4 elements and the 32 parts of the body magic.
This amulet can be used for everyday life because it is good for Metta, negotiations, protection and giving warnings. The Takrut is the Sa Ra Pad Nuk, which is for universal attributes that acts to bring Saneah, Metta, Luck, Fortune, Protection and Klaew Klaat avoidance of danger.
When first bringing this into the house notify the land spirit by either putting 15 incense in the ground or calling out to the spirit that a new spirit is entering the house. Instead of having to make offerings, tell the amulet to come and eat with you when you eat.
Highly unusual magic that comes from Thailand's distant past.
The locket measures 2.5" and comes with the Namo Dtassa kata.
Highly unusual magic - and I only have 1.
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THE LAST Rakyom Saneah Spirit Amulet by Ajarn Cha - in silver 2019
The Rakyom is related to the Kuman Thong because of the way the spirit has to be built within the correct supernatural materials. It is an ancient magic, and old forms of it often coming in a small bottle rather than an amulet.