Por Phu Ruesi Jao Saming Prai - Nuea Loha Aathan Chup Black Chromium Paint See (sorcerous metals with black chrome hand painted finish) - 'Baramee Phu Jao' edition - Luang Phu Naen
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Lersi Phu Jao Saming Prai, or sometimes known as 'Tan Taw Himawat', and 'Lersi Galasit', is a Tiger Faced Lersi Hermit Deva, whose magical Power is Legendary in the Realm of the Lersi. His immense Maha Sanaeh attraction power is the source of success for Devotees of many areas of Life, ranging from Yogic Practitioners, Gamblers, Speculators and Shop Keepers. His powers include a strong wall against Black Magic that is impenetrable to most spirits and ghosts, and can douse out Evil Curses that may have been imposed.
Released in the Wai Kroo 2555 BE 'Baramee Phu Jao' edition of amulets by Luang Phu Naen Kaew Kampiro of Wat Ban Kaset Tung Sethee, after a whole Trimester of Empowerment in Solitary during the Rainy Retreat. Final Blessing and Empowerment was given on the Wai Kroo Ceremony.
Size; 3.5 Cm High x 2 Cm Wide
The Phu Jao Saming Prai amulet was made in varous different sacred metals and finishes, including Nuea Tong Tip, Nuea Samrit, Nuea Loha Chup Satin, Nuea Tong Khaw, Nuea Ngern (silver), and this special hand painted black chromium plated version which is made from Nuea Loha Aathan, a special mix of ancient bronze and iron Sacred Artifacts, and then covered in black chromium, finally receiving hand painted decoration using gold leaf and enamel glaze.
Authenticity code stamp is visible on the shoulder of the Lersi Hermit God
The statuette is filled with Sacred Prai Maha Sanaeh Powders, and has two silver Takrut spells inserted with the Hua Jai Saming and spells for Metta Maha Sanaeh.
A Piece of Sorcerous Relic is inserted into the Sacred Muan Sarn Powders inside the base of the statuette