I love Burmese magic and it never ceases to astonish me. This is the Ut Ting amulet from another well known Master of Burmese magic in Chiang Mai called Ajarn Piyasitti. The figure of two men riding an elephant has been carved from Takien wood, which is also considered to be a powerfully spiritual wood in Myanmar. The base contains mixed materials, including powdered Takien wood, and herbs and herbal mixtures from Burma. The mixtures come from the Sui Yin Jor sect and theirs is famous for good fortune in relation to business.
I have never seen this style of amulet before and it is beautiful, especially the script on the back which will naturally wear off with wearing. That's fine, it is part of the magic.
The amulet measures 3" and comes with no kata, just connect to it and keep yourself spiritually clean by saying Namo Dtassa and keeping the 5 precepts, if at all possible. Truly ancient magic.
The Ut Ting Amulet for business by Ajarn Piyasitti - Burmese Magic
Burmese magic is both mysterious and potent with different ways than their Thai neighbours. Much of the magic comes from the cults of the Weiza and involves mercury and strange techniques. There are also few amulets produced from the systeem and I endeavor to find what is available as there are devoted fans of this system.