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A Golden Tai Yai Maleng Puu with mercury 4.75" BUCHA!

This large hand carved Bumblebee is a traditional form of amulet that brings great fortune and potent protection to the home. This is Tai Yai in origin and it comes from Wat Paa, the Tai Yai temple close to Chiang Rai that is featured in the upcoming book, The Thai Occult 2. I bought this in person from the monks at the temple. There is a tiny bit of damage to this bee as shown on the second pic, but this repair is easily improved on as I did it and am crap at such things.

This Bee is made from the usual wood for these, Maai Pradu. This is the wood that is used for card wheels and it signifies fate rolling forwards and forever renewing itself as we move forward. It contains a specific magical mixture inside the bee, which gives the feeling of very high magic. The Bee also contains mercury with the same spell as a Bia Kae for protection and a mix called Datura's Fruit for extreme charm. Datura is as well known in the West as it is here and a small plug of Datura wood seals the hole with a Yaa mix and mercury inside.

This is pure regional magic that has 4 functions

1. For charm and attraction. Easier to make people around like & love you.

2. For luck and wealth, as well as supporting the destiny of the owner.

3. For protection and safety from any dangers, ghosts, black magic or accidents.

4. To fulfil wishes because this amulet is alive and ready to help the owner as much as possible.

These Bees are representative of the Carpenter Bee, and when having these in your home do not be surprised if bees come and nest close by. This version likes to be kept in the same way as the Carpenter bee, which makes its home in bamboo that has been used in construction and you will often see its head popping out of a hole. Try to find a piece of bamboo as a split piece because this is a big bee. Never let them rest on their backs as that is their position when they die and keep a small, sealed pot of honey close by.

These just need the Namo Dtassa kata and caring for in this way to bring the benefits this classic regional form of magic brings to life. I love the Maleng Puu, which is their traditional name. Part of the legend of these also says that people who bad mouth the owner of a Maleng Puu will get stung by a bee in return.
This large version bucha measures 4.75" long and as is usual with these, keeping the precepts and connecting with the mind brings the best results. The carving on this is as exceptional as the feeling that comes from it and this is from my collection of three, which I am selling at cost plus a little extra for excess postage due to weight and size. The large bees like this are rare, and this is a fantastic example.

Great regional magic.

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A Golden Tai Yai Maleng Puu with mercury 4.75" BUCHA!

  • Finding good magic from the peoples of Burma and the Tai Yai is difficult now because of instability in the region. The old ones are now cheaper than the new ones due to the time and proceedure of making these so a few old ones will be coming to the site for everyone to see.

    The practice of using Mercury to aid the life in this region dates back before recorded history but looks to have originated in Burma. They are safe and are given the properties of highly spiritual makers, to the point where they reflect their inherent quality of magic. Remarkable items.

    Interviews regarding the forms of mercury amalgams will follow at some point this year as we need a better understanding of this remarkable alchemy.

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