Ajarn Sala Boon Khong of Chiang Mai is one of the most astonishing magicians of his generation and the chance to get any of his work should be taken.
Sau Ji is an avatar of the Sey Weiza, who is the Weiza in charge of all herbal law and in some of his forms is considered to be a demon as well as a force of light. This Weiza helps the magicians and controls the herbal lore and is a common image in the Burmese system. The Sey Weiza has 10 associated forms of magic but Sau Ji has just 5 and is like an angel compared to a deity.
What makes this fascinating is the 'hair' on the back, which is actually a regional magic although this version is Burmese. In Malaysia it is known as Ibu Bertap and is a supernatural hair that grows by being fed kata and pure spiritual praise. It is one of the strangest items I have ever come across and Ajarn Sala Boon Khong has a huge ball of it that has babies. The hair on the back is from these babies (even writing this is weird).
This amulet brings all attributes with it but specifically it is good for money and enchanting others. A superbly odd magical talisman.
Measures 2.25" and there is no kata with these items, just praise the item directly. Burmese items such as this like water, tea, fruit, cigarettes, alcohol but no sweets or raw meat please, unless the Burmese item has prai.
All the talismans of Ajarn Sala Boon Khong are made in limited numbers and this was purchased from his Samnak and received an extra blessing.
The Sau Ji Amulet by Ajarn Sala Boon Khong - Burmese Magic
Finding good Burmese magic is extremely difficult because it is kept with the various cults. Now that some Ajarns in Thailand are learning the magic, it is they who are passing on some of the benefits of the Burmese magical way and the best of these Ajarns is Ajarn Sala Boon Khong.