This is an astonishing piece.
This is a classic Suai Ghost from the Wicha of the Suai people, close to the Cambodian border and from the hands of Ajarn Krit Payak.
The amulet holds a ghost called the Phi Pa Kom that has been assembled by Ajarn using the blood from a male lightning victim, his bone and nerves and the thread from his funeral. The assembled figure has been made to look like a seated warrior and he has two coffin nails to represent swords on his back. The combination for this amulet is very hard to find and it is the first time he has made these for five years.
As is typical with the Suai Wicha, there is no Takrut and everything has been accomplished with Ajarns relationship to the ghosts. This ghost is specifically for money and protection, especially while traveling and it has a feeling of power that is rarely found, even in my house. Opening the box with this in was a 'bloody hell' moment.
This needs its dedicated kata, fresh water and 1 incense every morning (if you burn incense), food maybe once a week and lots of merit when good things come. With this piece, burn 16 incense to request the land spirits open the way and allow entry.
Measures 2.6" and I have 3, which will go quickly. The kata and a recording will be provided on purchase.
Heavy prai makes me happy.
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The Wild Phi Pa Kom Ghost Amulet by Ajarn Krit Payak - Suai Ghost
The HEAVY PRAI category has items that are made from the top prai materials in the old fashioned way. So expect to see bone, top Panneng and fleshy parts of the body, or oils made from weird sources.