This is one of my favourite locket tyupe amulets ever released by the astonishing Ajarn Verataep and I managed to find some more, unusued and still in their packets from 7 years ago on a recent visit to his Samnak. This was his classic period of production when he made talismans of such potency that some made it difficult to breathe.
This amulet is a form of Nang Prai that is here known as The Snake Lady, a beautiful yet dangerous looking lady with a snake coiling around her body. The enamel is beautifully made but as is always the case with lockets, the business is on the back, which contains Nam Man Prai and female bone powder in the mix. There is a glass eye at the top to show her foresight, an Inn Khoo for love and two super sperms from black coral, and this is number 8 from a release of 99.
This Nang Ngoo is highly protective, grant wishes, attract lovers through enchantment and bring good fortune to the bearer in return for merit and offerings. It also offers Metta, calls for support from people around you and brings an easier path through life as she opens the way. It is a truly beautiful piece at a very good price because that price reflects the retail cost from 7 years ago.
Measures 2.25" and comes with Ajarns card and kata.
Classic Ajarn Verataep.
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The Stunning Nang Ngoo Amulet by Ajarn Verataep
As with many Thai people, Ajarn Verataep had the opportunity to witness Ajarns performing Saiyasart magic from a young age. Seeing its effects brought a keen interest in magical practices, which grew to become a significant part of Ajarns life, and it remains this way to this day. As with many practitioners, the learning first started by attending local rituals and there was once a curing ritual that was held by the village witch doctor (Mhor Phi) that had a profound effect on Ajarn as a young boy. At the age of 10, he actively started to look into studying the magical arts, and has never stopped since that time.
The monks and people in the village were very helpful with regard to his pursuit of knowledge, but as soon as age permitted, Ajarn started to travel to other towns to study magic in places such a Phitsanulok, Nakhon Sawan, Uthai Thani and Buriram. He studied with different monks, some of whom were from Cambodia and their Wicha knowledge was extensive. Some of them passed on old Wicha books which aided the study of the Khom script (the script prevalent in the central regions, Esaan and Cambodia itself) as well as the use of kata for spells, but the most important aspect of studying magic is the practice of building the psyche. Everyone, with some effort, can chant and learn about the katas for spells, but to make it effective it must come from an iron psyche.
If Ajarn makes a Golden Boy and wants it to be powerful, it has to have the correct Wicha and be constructed using both a dominant psyche and good Samathi. Meditation is the best method to raise the abilities of one’s psychic power and contemplation, and continual practice is essential. The deeper the practice of meditation, the better the psyche and hence, the better the results when using that power.
From the Thai Occult book p226