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1.  Guman Thong - Sut Yot (Article)
  Although Guman Thong from Wat Sam Ngam are generally considered the best, there are many other Guman that are considered to be equally as efficacious.
2.  Luang Phor Thuad - Wat Dee Luang BE 2505 (Article)
  When Luang Phor Thuad was a young boy he would often stay with his uncle, Acarya Chuang, the first Abbot of Wat Dee Luang located at Amphur Sathing Phra, Songkhla.
3.  Palad Khik - Luang Phor Pina (Article)
  Palad Khik are widely worshipped throughout Thailand and in particular by vendors and business people etc LP Pina was asked to create one by many of his followers sand he duly obliged with his special gift of creating a unique product.
4.  Nang Kwak Background Information (Article)
  She first appeared in Thailand as a rice and prosperity goddess with a sheaf of rice over her shoulder. (The pre-Buddhist Mae Posop) The money bag in her lap and the beckoning hand were added at later dates, design elements almost certainly borrowe
5.  Luang Phor Lee - Pim Poh  (Article)
  Pim Poh blessed by Luang Phor Lee. This is his signature amulet instantly recognisable by any amulet collector. Easy to identify. Made from Nua Phong
6.  Phra Kring (Article)
  The Phra Kring is a small and quite unique Buddha image that when shaken produces a ringing sound. It is an image that is highly relevant to Buddhist tradition, artistry and legend.
7.  Luk Om, LP Tim - The Facts (Article)
8.  Pra Somdej Wat Kuti Thong (Article)
9.  An Affordable LP Suk Amulet (Article)
10.  Phra Lob (Article)
  Generally most amulets are hung from the neck, but this an account of an entirely different kind of amulet, which unusually is placed in the mouth.
11.  Phra Somdej Amulets - Luang Phor Tim, Wat Lahanrai (Article)
  Phra Somdej Amulets - Luang Phor Tim, Wat Laharai. Be careful about the advise you take
12.  Luang Phor Thuad Pim Yai (Antique Mould) BE 2505 (Article)
  Grab yourself a bargai, LP Thuad BE 2505 Pim Yai at one tenth of its price.
13.  Sacred Tattoos (Article)
  The Thai Tattoo is an ancient art form that has been widely known in Siam for hundreds of years.
14.  Palad Khik (Article)
  Palad Khik is an auspicious talisman often mistaken for an obscene object. In fact it has been widely used by the Thai People for protection, enhancement of business, harmonious relationships, and most importantly, for warding off evil spirits or gh
15.  Phra Kring BE 2482 - Na Pokasup & Na India (Article)
  In B.E.2482, Phra Kring Na-Pokasup amulets were created at the same time as Phra Kring Na-India, by a Phra Sangkharaj or Supreme Patriarch of Thailand named Somdej Phra Sangkharaj Pae Tissa-dheva-maha-dhera, who had begun to create this kind of amule
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