Magical effects: Klaew Klaad, Maha Lap, Kong Grapan, Metta Mahaniyom, Serm Duang
Recommended uses: Improve karma, Protection, Evade Danger, Increasing Prosperity, better interpersonal relationships with others, health
Size: 1.8 cm x 3 cm
can only be worn above waist
Ingredients: Holy metal from tons of different melted amulets and statues soaked in holy water, 3 different colored takruts, magical powder from herbs, flowers, medicines and broken old amulets
This Phra Chai Wat was produced using ancient traditional casting method resulting in no 2 amulets having the same appearance and charm. Amulets or statues made using this method produces non-identical religious items each with their own characteristics and appearances. This is 1 of the reasons why Phra Chai Wat and Phra Kring are family heirlooms in the Thai Buddhist tradition as they being passed down from 1 generation to another.
The base of the amulets contain 3 takruts (metal sheets with magical incantations) for metta mahaniyom(), protection and prosperity. The metal sheets were soaked in holy water before magical incantations were written on them. At the base of the amulet is a blessed metal amulet with temple code to further increase the protective powers of this Phra Chai Wat.
The purpose of this edition was to raise funds to restore Wat Don Moon. Other than for good health, Phra Chai Wat and Phra Kring are good for those who have conflicts with Tai Sui of the year in chinese metaphysics.
Kruba In-Kaew was ordained by Kruba Kaew at the age of 13 and has been a monk ever since. He is famous for his protection and business magic and isn’t commercialized at all. Below are 3 examples of the miracles experienced by his devotees:
A teenager was slit in the mid of his back but not a drop of blood was to be seen. A few people were shot with a shotgun at close range but none of them were injured. An ailing business became a booming business again after worshipping Kruba’s items.
Note: Pictures shown are for illustration purposes only. Actual product may vary as the bottom of the amulet is sealed manually