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I have just acquired these from Ajarn Perm Rung's collection. As he has had these for a few years they are cheap due to the recent astonishing rise in the price of gold. Fantastic pieces for only a little more than the old silver cased versions.

This Rahu faced gold cased amulet contains a large lump of the See Pung Phayong Kham by Kruba Wat Mai Hong and the effect is phenomenal. For one thing, you can see that the original see pung has specks of gold leaf in it, which makes sense as that is one of the offerings to this ghost. The colour of the see pung itself is also astonishing and can now be truly appreciated and this is the first edition as closer to black colour.

The See Pung Pha Yong Kham is a legendary item that was made famous by Kruba Mai Hong because of both its magical potency and the fact that it was a See Pung MADE by a Ghost. He and Kruba Nanthiya came from the same Samnak and both were pupils of Kruba Kham, who taught both of these old Kruba to make this legendary substance. It was produced around 100 years ago and this has been sourced from the temple, which had two monks alms bowl of the stuff.

The See Pung has been legendary since the time it was made, which encouraged people to make the difficult journey to Mae Hong Son just to get some to aid their life.

The method to make this involved making it in three different places.

1. It had to be first made under the gaze of the main Buddha in the temple.

2. The next process involved work at a busy three way junction and they had to continue making it here till someone came and asked what he was doing.

and 3. Kruba had find a dead pregnant lady who died with a boy inside her. He had to dress up the corpse and apply make up and find a good looking man not over the age of 20 to sit behind the body, using her hand to stir the see pung until thoroughly mixed. This has to be done until it felt like the deceased lady's body did it itself and started to raise the bowl closer to its mouth.

This see pung is famous for its ability to grant wealth or to bring lovers through great Saneah - but you can only wish for one of these attributes and that is the only one you ever request - and you have to adhere to this rule! With the See Pung of Kruba Wat Mai Hong, he forbade people from using his for Saneah and only recommended wishing for great fortune. Never put this See Pung onto the skin, it is very strong.

There is no kata for this piece, just hold it and think of the process of it being made to connect to the ghost and if your wish comes true, put a piece of gold leaf on the case as a thank you. She likes gold leaf, which I will send with the amulet, and the odd spray of perfume as well. You may have to try a few different perfumes before finding one she likes, and it is worth the effort. The ghost is gorgeous, and as a matter of interest, this is a lost Wicha and no one has made it since this time. There are many Ajarns searching for this knowledge and when they find it they will become famous themselves for this see pung.

The amulet measures 1.15" and holds a huge amount when compared to 'match head' amulets one sees for sale where the see pung is the size of a match head or less. The extra surge in power is palpable and gold leaf should be placed on the amulet, which looks amazing with the gold case - and the ghost loves gold too. 

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The See Pung made by a ghost by Kruba Wat Mai Hong in gold - LAST 2

  • A Talisman made by Prai - interview with Ajarn Ting

    Near Mae Hong Son, there was a monk called Kruba Mai Hong, and a lon time ago he made a very special See Pung using the body of a Phi Tai Tang Glom, a lady who died while pregnant. Kruba found a very good looking man, and got him to dig up the corpse. This man then sat behind the body and held its hands to mix a See Pung in a monks bowl, so while it does not contain Prai, it has a Prai spirit within it because the Phi Tai Tang Glom ghost effectively made it. The lady had to die while holding her first-born in her stomach and that firstborn had to be a son to fulfil the demands of this rare Wicha. Even though the See Pung only has Wahn and many herbs, the feeling is that the ghost is very present and she can be called upon at any time. A See Pung like this has never been made again as the process is both challenging and dangerous, and the ones here are from a disciple of the old monk, who died about 60 years ago.

    This See Pung cannot be used on anyone unless it is OK that he or she will spend their life together with the devotee. The person who has this amulet can only ask for either one of two wishes, and that is it, then the wish never changes. The wish can be either for good business or love, but Ajarn Ting does not recommend it for love as the bearer may get swamped (laughter). The See Pung from Kruba Mai Hong was made a long time ago and is a legendary substance. It is usually sold in a quantity that is like the head of a match, it is that strong, but here it has filled a small silver box. The ghost who made this See Pung may also come to the dreams of the bearer, but the relationship between the ghost and the substance is not the same as any usual Prai amulet. She likes to be fed regularly and an offering of fresh water every day. She also likes perfume and sometimes, when things go well, apply some gold leaf to the case.

    The See Pung is considered to be a Prai because it was made by Prai, even though there is no Prai in it. Ajarn also blessed this to include the name of the person who will keep this See Pung, to introduce that person to the Phi Tai Tang Glom ghost. (The Thai Occult Book p490)

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