Finding good amulets that have been made using Burmese Wicha is difficult and often as expensive as this remarkable piece of Burmese Occultism from Kruba Apiwat. This is an exceptional item, especially once you know that he is part of the lineage of Kruba Wat Mai Hong, the legendary maker of the see pung made by a ghost.
This has been made using the original method from the Khru Surasatee lineage of Burma, the same book that mentions the see pung from Kruba Wat Mai Hong, which had two important ingredients, one of which was this Yaa Surasatee. It originates from the Burmese and Tai Yai cultures, who both believe that Mae Surasatee is the greatest deity for good fortune and the intellect. She also can grant 5 different types of request
1 - To bring success for love and Metta
2 - For wealth
3 - Gives help with studying and intellectual pursuits
4 - She aids Samathi
5 - Granting wishes in general
Amulets such as this need pure offerings, enjoying green bananas, unopened coconuts, pineapple as a fruit, sweet smelling flowers, scents, and a jar of honey on the altar. Praising Burmese items has a simple beauty that astounds.
It is an exceptional piece of spiritual work that measures 1.5" and comes with a dedicated kata.
Burmese Wicha is renowned for its potent herbal mixtures and the blessings the maker can give. This amulet is a testament to that statement.
Standard registered Post ($10) is now available to the USA, Europe, the UK, and Australia for parcels up to the value of $200.
Orders over $200 and those to Canada, Japan, and NZ - by COURIER ONLY ($50).
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The Remarkable Yaa Surasatee Amulet by Kruba Apiwat in silver LAST ONE
Burmese magic and the way it is made has great mystery to it, which will be investigated over the coming years. The power they manage to instill into their herbal mixtures is legendary and of great demand.