Chin Aathan Nang Prai Kote Hian Prai Grasip (Large 6.5 x 5 Cm) - Perfumed Ghost Bone - Prai Powders, Spell Inscription, Kumarn Tong + Gems, 6 Takrut - Ultra Rare - Ajarn Apichai Decha

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Large and Ultra Rare piece of Active Chin Aathan Necromantic Ghost Bone relic - Made from the Chin Aathan (bone) of a Prai Maha Phuudt Ghost, which was found to possess a very high degree of Magical Power with its rear side filled with Muan Sarn Prai Bone powders of 108 different Prai Maha Phuudt, mixed with 'Look Krok' powders. The Muan Sarn powder-paste filling is highly perfumed, in order to please, appease, and Bucha the ghost of the Prai Hian whose bone is used.

This particular ghost is considered to be extremely powerful because of the circumstances of passing. Six Takrut, a scattering of Gems, and a metallic Kumarn Tong bound with Sinjana cords, are inserted into the rear face of the Muan Sarn base.The Kumarn has a Sacred Necromantic powder paste filling and the rear face of the bone is also filled with Maha Sanaeh Herbs, perfumed essences and Necromantic ashes bone powder and earths.

This Necromantic powder paste was then empowered with the further insertion of the Takrut Hua Jai Pra Apitam (The Heart of the Abhidhamma), to empower the Necromantic Spell with even more Psychic Power from the Other Side. The Abhidhamma is also the Kata which Buddhist Monks Chant in Funeral Ceremonies for the Ghosts of the Deceased and for the Remainig Living relations to hear the Dhamma.

This particular Necromancy is imbued with the power of 'Prai Grasip' (ghost whisperer), which pre-emptively warns of both lucky windfalls, lottery numbers, and of impending perils.

Sacred Yantra and Spell Inscriptions with the Invocation of Reanimation spells imbued with them are visible on the front face of the ghost bone (Chin Aathan).

Ajarn Apichai Decha performed the full and correct Ancient methodical Ceremony and Invocations of the four elements and the Kata Akarn 32 to reanimate the Chin Aathan bone with the Mind of its Spirit Owner The owner is namely a young girl of 25, who died in a sudden circumstance, making her a Prai Hian ghost, with immense psychic power and a strong link to the Material Realms because of her unwillingness to leave the world she had only just begun to enjoy life in.

chin aathan with Kumarn Tong 6 Takrut

The Prai Spirits within the Chin Aathan and the Muan Sarn Powders are able to bestow blessings, lucky windfalls, protect from dangers and black magic, and induce Maha Sanaeh power of attraction, they will do your bidding but must be rewarded by alms-giving to the Sangha and then sharing the Merits in your heart by praying in Buddhist Method.

Size; 6.5 x 5 Cm

Only a very few pieces of mortal remains were available for donation to Ajarn Apichai, as it is an extremely rare occasion to find family members who legally donate remains to be used for power amulets, as is seen to now be so rare in the case of Tibetan Mala bead rosaries made from human skull, which are mostly these days made of Yak bone or resinous substance.

These pieces of Chin Aathan and Ban Neng skull bone are nowadays so ultimately rare and sought after, that one should count oneself extremely lucky to even see a real example (never mind find one available!).

chin aathan

A Kumarn Tong amulet is inserted into the rear face of the Chin Aathan bone carving.

6 Takrut with the heart mantras of the Hua Jai Pra Apitam are inserted into rear face Muan Sarn Sarn of the Chin Aathan ghost bone, which is covered in hand made spell inscriptions in Khom Agkhara, and have Maha Pokasap Ploi Sek gems inserted.

chin aathan ghost bone

They are renowned and highly prized items that are soon to become a thing of History, and are amongst the most prized and highly sought after articles in the world of Thai Occultism and Amulet collection.

ghost bone with Kumarn Tong

Recently a private collector paid 300 Million Thai Baht (ten million dollars) for a Ban Neng reputedly made and empowered by Somdej Pra Puttajarn Dto Prohmrangsri of Wat Rakang, and is allegedly the forehead bone of the Mae Nak Pra Khanong Prai Ghost Deva.

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