Palad Khik Mai Ga Fak Rak-Yom Jarn Mer 3 Inches - Sacred Tree Phallic with Khom Spell Inscription Hand Inscribed by Luang Por Prohm Wat Ban Suan
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Palad Khik Phallic Animist Charm, made from a piece of Ga Fak Rak-Mayom Tree-wood, with Khom Agkhara Spell Inscription and Empowerments from Luang Por Prohm, of Wat Ban Suan and other Khao or Masters, such as Por Tan Kloi, and many other famous names. This is one of a collection of individual items which were brought to various Khao Or Masters at various temples, to Empower with their Meditative Skills and Bestow their Buddhist Blessings.
The series was made with a varied selection of Sacred Ga Fak trees which were found attached to various other magical trees, including the Koon, Mayom, Khanun, and Rak Trees. Ga Fak Rak-Yom (Ga Fak + Mayom), is Maha Sanaeh and Metta Mahaniyom, whereas Ga Fak Koon is Maha Lap, Maha Pokasap and Metta Mahaniyom, Ga Fak Khanun is Maha Pokasap, Serm Duang, and all types are 'Kaa Khaay' (good for business).
This particular Palad Khik is carved into single phallic, and is shaped into the form of a phallic Palad Khik, and has only needed minimal embellishment from the carving artisan to bring the details into view.
Mai Ga Fak Rak is one of the rarest kinds of Sacred tree woods to encounter, and is extremely highly sought after for its Magical Maha Sanaeh properties. It is seen to possess Magical strength and immense Maha Sanaeh attraction power in its own right, without any additional empowerment from Human Beings involved at all.
The Ga Fak tree is known to embed itself and take root on the surface of other trees, and when it chooses to dwell with another kind of sacred tree, this is seen to be doubly powerful, and also results in fusion of the two kinds of Magic which are attributed to each tree. Hence, different combinations of Ga Fak + Other type of Tree, produce different formulas with different Magical effects.
This particular Palad Khik is made from tree-wood that came from a Ga Fak which attached to a Mayom tree, producing a Ga Fak Rak-Yom tree. This is then of course also the perfect wood (and indeed the ubiquitous) to be used in the making of carved wooden Rak-Yom twins amulets.
Hence, when the combination of Sacred Magical Deva Inhabited tree-wood, with the Meditative Empowerments and Buddhist Blessings of Guru Master Monks come into force, what results, is an extremely powerful amulet, with the authentic Magical Force Imbued within the Sacred Ga Fak Rak-Yom Wood, bestowed by Mother Nature.
The Palad Khik are formed from the natural shape and form of the Sacred Ga Fak Rak wood, which has required only the minimum of caring to enhance the already phallic shaped piece of Sacred wood. Empowered with the Wicha of Luang Por Prohm, Master of the temple of Luang Por Kong; Wat Ban Suan, in Pattalung.
The Palad Khik has a stainless steel hoop attached for easy attachment to a waist cord or pendant holder, or to hang over your storefront door, cash-till, or market stall.
Luang Por Prohm is one of the top three living Masters of the Dtamnak Dtak Sila Khao Or lineage of Sorcery, and is inclined to produce amulets of the 'krueang Rang' (occult charms and ritual instruments), which has served to increase the higher forms of ritual practices in the lay community.
The Ga Fak Rak is well famed for its Maha Sanaeh properties, and The 'Mayom' tree is said to posses powerful 'Maha Niyom' Magic ('Ma' for 'Maha', and 'Yom' for 'Niyom'), which means 'great preference' (popularity spell).
This amulet is useful as a seduction and wealth attraction charm, as well as for higher practitioners of Tantra and Vajrayana, kamasutra and similar forms of Occult practices. The Palad Khik features standard Phallic forms emerging from the knot where the two trees combine into one symbiosis.. Sacred inscriptions are hand written on the Palad Khik. The Palad Khik is an Ancient Wicha, whose development can be traced right back to the Vedic Brahman Occult practices of Thousands of Years ago.
Kata Bucha Palad Khik
Ganha Neha Na Ma Pa Ta
Ja Pa Ga Sa Na Mo Put Taa Ya Gan Ha Nae Ha Na Ma Pa Ta