Nang Ngueak Suwanna Majcha Mermaid Ongk Kroo Pim B2 5 Ploi Sek Takrut Masya Long Samutr 2 Mai Kan Bed Jarn Yant Pra Ajarn Oe 2558 BE

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Special Top Range Ongk Kroo Pim B2 Masterpiece Version of the Nang Ngueak Mermaid Nymph Deva amulet, in Nuea Pong Sud Yord Pised Hlueang, a complex admixture of sacred powders, including Pong Lob from inscriptions of the Yant Nang Masya, and insertion of the Takrut Masya Hlong Samutr, and the sacred Pong Mai Marum powders. Two pieces of Mai Kan Bed Aathan wood from the hand made fishing rod of a fisherman who possessed a Magickal Wicha, where he would always catch a fish every time he cast the rod, by looking in the opposite direction of the rod, and slowly pulling in the line to land the fish.

The amulet is embellished with 5 Ploi Sek Maha Pokasap Wealth and Treasure attracting enchanted Gems (one in front face, 4 in the rear), 1 silver Takrut Masya Hlong Samutr spell with the Yant Masya Long Samutr (Mermaid lost under the ocean lovespell) inserted and imbued. Further empowered with hand inscribed Sacred Na Hlong Samutr, from Pra Ajarn Oe Putto Raksa. Issued in the year 2558 BE.

Nang Suwanamajcha Maysa Hlong Samutr Mermaid amulet Pra Ajarn Oe

A Purely Enticement Orientated amulet with Maha Sanaeh and Metta Maha Mahaniyom Magick is instilled within the Nang Ngueak Suwannamajcha Mermaid of Pra Ajarn Oe Putto Raksa, containing the seductive power of Nang Suwannamajcha. Suwannamajcha was the mermaid who despite losing her battle to Hanuman, was also so enticing, that Hanuman took her for his own wife, which is a testament to her ability to attract even the most invincible and impenetrable characters.

Empowered with the invocations of Nang Suwannamajcha, and Maha Sanaeh spells. In Thai Ramakien Legends, the Mermaid Himapant Deity Nang Suwanamajcha has a creamy white skin, Concubine of the Monkey general Hanuman, Her torso is Human, and her lower body part is that of a fish. Suwannamajcha is perhaps one of the earliest depictions of a mermaid, if not the earliest.

This amulet is one of various models released in different types and levels of concentration of Muan Sarn Powders, and released in Wai Kroo along with some Mae Hoeng Prai amulets and a range of other limited small edition amulets, which included a large number of different types of Wicha, but only a few amulets of each different type were made, making each and every amulet an original hand blessed amulet.

Indeed, no two amulets are exactly the same, due to the hand inscriptions and hand insertion of Muan Sarn and sacred items such as Takrut, Ploi Sek Gems and the like. Ajarn Oe's amulets are always highly varied but only made in very small numbers, and are highly prized by his devotees.

Also on a more worldly level, the amulets of Pra Ajarn Oe, are one of the popular genres of the serious modern era amulet collector, to try to collect and encompass as many of his different original amulets as possible. Obsessive collectorship exists in the amulet world just as it does in any other niche, or genre, of essential rarity collection.

Who was Nang Suwanna Majcha?

As Pra Ram was making his way to Langka with his Vanora army (monkey army), he ordered Hanuman and the monkey soldier Nilapatra to take his soldiers and throw stones into the sea to make a land bridge across the straits to langka. Totsagan ordered his servant Nang Suwanamajcha to take her fish entourage and move the stones that hanuman's army were piling up in the ocean out of the way, in order to make Pra Ram's plan fail.

But Hanuman was suspicious as to why the stones didn't seem to be getting any higher no matter how many they threw in, so he dove under the water, where he discovered the schools of fish carrying the stones away, with nang Suwanamajcha in commmand. Hanuman became angry and pulled out his trident weapon and killed Suwanamajcha. But as soon as Hanuman calmed down he felt sorry for nang Suwanamajcha and revived her, taking her as his wife. Nang Suwanamajcha then ceased to serve totsagan and stopped obstructing the construction of the land bridge to Langka.

Shortly afterwards, she gave birth to a son, whose body was that of a monkey, with a fishes tail. The name of this son born of the consummation of nuptials between Hanuman and Suwanamajcha was; Majchanu. Majcha means fish in Pali, and the "anu" part of his name comes, of course, from his father "Hanuman".

Kata Bucha Wadthu Mongkol Pra Ajarn Oe

Jidti Midti Arahang Midtae Paa Hu Ha Dti Ja Bpa Ka Ja Bpa Ka Ja Bpa Ka

(keep repeating 'Ja Bpa Ka' many times until you feel the power rising).

Pra Ajarn Oe Putto Raksa is a Major Influence in Leading Position in the new movement of Thai Occult Amulet makers, with a vast array of original and powerful amulets made with Ancient Traditional Wicha, and presented in a very personal and original fashion. He is an Internationally Preferred Ordained Master for Thai Occult Charms. His amulets are always changing and released in small Numbers, making each edition a Rarity and a Sacred Object which can only increase in Value both Spiritually and Materially.

Please note; the color of gemstones may differ from the picture due to the fact that each amulet was made using hand insertion, and each amulet differs slightly in which color gems were inserted.

Pra Ajarn Oe Putto Raksa is now in his mid era of his trajectory in Wicha and amulet making, and has attained a highly respected status over the last decade for his amulets. Their value is expected to increase steadily and rapidly as each edition is released, is snatched up by his many Looksit, and disappear from the Marketplace. His amulets are made in small quantities, remaining faithful to ancient Magical traditional substances and empowerment methods.

Ajarn Oe has proved himself to be an adept of more Master Wicha than many Ajarns can Master in a whole lifetime. With still a long Future ahead of him, and considering the very small numbers made of his original method amulets, we can expect his Trajectory to become one of those which become legendary, and that his amulets will be both revered and treasured for many Future Generations to come. He is a looksit of the Lineage of Kroo Ba Ajarn of Pra Ajarn Kong (Supannburi), who was the legendary Master Kroo Ba Ajarn of Khun Phaen himself.

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