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.
This is pure Burmese magic that also includes some top quality prai, which is an unusual mixture. Ta See Piu means ‘white prai’ and is represented here by a dancing figure that is commonly seen in Burma. If a pregnant lady dies in Burma, they put a white powder on her face and when the funeral director collects her body, this will be scraped off and mixed with Tiger milk to 'feed' the prai in it. Because of the prai being fed Tiger milk, the Burmese version of the Nang Prai carries a great deal of authority and is ferocious enough to send to harm others. Ajarn SBK was saying that there is another step to this Wicha whereby he needs to take the cloth off the head of the actual ghost that the white prai comes from, which is a whole new level of expertise.
This amulet is astonishingly beautiful and feels as if from the past.
Only 19 made and stunning magic, akin to a Burmese Nang Prai, so fantastic for attraction, persuading others and good fortune.
Measures 2.4" and has no kata. Burmese items such as this like water, tea, fruit, cigarettes, alcohol but no sweets or raw meat please. If a Burmese item has prai, then you put your mind to them to find out what they need and deal with them directly, which is easy with items of this quality.
All the talismans of Ajarn Sala Boon Khong are made in limited numbers.
The Ta See Piu Prai Amulet by Ajarn Sala Boon Khong
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.