Since ancient times, the worship of amulets and other sacred artifacts has become ingrained in Thai culture. Each amulet is a representation of the Thai way of life, which is closely entwined with agriculture, familial ties, graistitude, history, and influences from other religions and nations, in addition to a multitude of animist, necromantic, and also superstitious beliefs. Learn about twelve Thai amulets that are highly revered by both Thais and foreigners.

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Phra Somdej: This is one of the most famous and valuable Thai amulets. It was created by Somdej Phra Buddhajahn Toh Prommarangsri (Somdej Toh), who was a son of King Rama I. The amulets are made from a mixture of shell lime, holy powder, assorted flowers from shine, rice, lotus, ashes, honey, banana, tang oil, etc. They are then chanted with spells and meditated upon. Phra Somdej amulets are believed to bring good karma and strong protection against negative energy. Here are some of the most famous editions of Phra Somdej amulets which all renowned historically;

Phra Somdej

Above; A Master Class ancient amulet of the Benjapakee Immortal Classic Family, the Pra Somdej Wat Rakang Pim Chang Luang Wijarn, with Rak Chart (ancient red lacquer), of the great Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto) Prohmrangsri of Wat Rakang Kositaram, this model is an extremely attractive Pim Niyom model of the ‘Chang Sip Moo’ Artisan Chang Luang Wijarn. A most Exquisite and Officially Certificated Authentic Pra Somdej Wat Rakang Pim Gae Talu Sum Block Chang Luang Wijarn of Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto (Prohmrangsri, with Red Lacquered Surface, and all the classic features of an Ongk Kroo Model of this All Time classic. This particular exhibit is Extremely attractive to the eye, with its perfect balance of lacquer and open surface. A Master Class ancient amulet of the Benjapakee Immortal Classic Family, the Pra Somdej Wat Rakang Pim Chang Luang Wijarn, with Rak Chart (ancient red lacquer), of the great Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto) Prohmrangsri of Wat Rakang Kositaram, this model is an extremely attractive Pim Niyom model of the ‘Chang Sip Moo’ Artisan Chang Luang Wijarn.


Pra Nang Paya Pim Ok Noon Yai Benjapakee Amulet

Pra Nang Paya Pim Ok Noon Yai Benjapakee Amulet

Phra Nang Phaya: This amulet is known for its power to bring attractiveness, respect, and safety. It was created during the Ayutthaya era in Pitsanulok province. The temple where they were found was said to be built to make merit for the Queen, the mother of King Naresuan. This amulet is believed to bring good luck and status, and wealth to the wearer, and is a very femenine looking Buddha image in triangular frame, hence its name ‘Nang Phaya’ meaning ‘Lady of High Status’. In fact though, it is a Buddha image, not an image of a lady. Because it is a small image, it is highly preferred by Thai Buddhists to give to women or children to wear.

Phra Sum Kor Kru Wat Tap Khaw

Phra Sumkor: This amulet is known for its power to bring prosperity. It was discovered in Wat Phra Boromathat in Gumpangpeth province. The amulets are believed to have been created by 11 hermits using special materials and invited Devas to create the molds.

Khun Phaen Prai Kumarn Chud Koo Nuea Khaw La Sangkharn 60 Wat Laharn Rai

Khun Phaen Prai Kumarn Chud Koo Nuea Khaw La Sangkharn 60 Wat Laharn Rai

Phra Khun Phaen: This amulet is believed to bring power, wealth, and success to its owner. It is often depicted either as a Buddha image seated within a flamed arch, or as a Thai warrior,  depicting the legendary figure of Khun Phaen from the Khun Chang Khun Phaen legends, and it is said that the amulet can help his owner to gain wealth, receive blessings of mercy charm and preference from others, gambling and lottery luck, power of seductive attraction, and to convince, as well as protective magic.

Phra Rod Lampun

Phra Rod: Phra Rod Thai amulet is one of the most popular and sought-after amulets in Thailand. It is said to have been created by a hermit in the 7th century, and is believed to bring its owner protection from harm, good fortune, and success. The amulet is made of clay and is often inscribed with Buddhist symbols. It is typically worn around the neck or on a bracelet. This amulet is known for its power to protect against danger and disaster. It was created by a hermit and was first discovered during the reign of King Rama V. The amulets are made of clay and some are over 1,250 years old.

  • The Phra Rod amulet is said to have its origins in the town of Lamphun, in northern Thailand. According to legend, a hermit named Na Rod created the amulets in order to protect the town from harm. The amulets were said to be so effective that they were able to repel invaders and natural disasters.
  • The popularity of the Phra Rod amulet grew in the 19th century, when it was adopted by the Thai royal family. King Mongkut, the most famous of the Chakri monarchs, was a devout Buddhist and a great believer in the power of amulets. He is said to have worn a Phra Rod amulet himself, and he encouraged his subjects to do the same.
  • The Phra Rod amulet is still popular today, and is often given as a gift to mark special occasions. It is also a popular item among collectors, and can fetch high prices at auction.

Here are some of the benefits of wearing a Phra Rod Thai amulet:

  • Protection from harm: The amulet is said to protect its owner from harm, both physical and spiritual.
  • Good fortune: The amulet is said to bring its owner good fortune in all aspects of their life, including business, relationships, and health.
  • Success: The amulet is said to help its owner achieve success in their endeavors.

If you are looking for an amulet that can bring you protection, good fortune, and success, then the Phra Rod Thai amulet is a great option. It is a powerful amulet with a long and rich history.

Phra Pong Supan

Phra Phong Suphan: This amulet is known for its power to bring good luck and protection. It was discovered in Wat Phra Sri Ratanamahathat in Supan Buri province. The amulets are made of a mixture of clay, herbs, and pollen and are believed to have been created by Phra Mahathera PiyaThassi Saribut during the period of King Bormrajathiraj 2nd. Phra Phong Suphan is a type of Thai amulet that is considered to be one of the most powerful and valuable in the country. It is believed to bring good luck, protection, and prosperity to its owner. The amulets were first discovered in 1913 by a monk who was digging in the grounds of Wat Phra Sri Rattanamahathat in Suphanburi Province.

The monk found a number of pits filled with the amulets, which were made of a mixture of clay, herbs, and pollen. The amulets are believed to have been created by a group of monks in the Ayutthaya period (1350-1767) and were buried in the ground to protect them from invaders.Phra Phong Suphan amulets come in a variety of shapes and sizes, but the most common type is a small, rectangular plaque. The amulets are often decorated with images of Buddha, but they can also be found with other religious symbols, such as the Hindu god Ganesha. The amulets are said to have a number of magical properties, including the ability to ward off evil spirits, bring good luck, and protect the wearer from harm.Phra Phong Suphan amulets are highly sought-after by collectors and amulet enthusiasts. The value of the amulets can vary depending on their age, condition, and rarity. However, even common amulets can fetch high prices, as they are believed to be imbued with great power.

Here are some of the benefits of owning a Phra Phong Suphan amulet:

  • Good luck: It is believed that Phra Phong Suphan amulets can bring good luck to their owners. This can manifest in a variety of ways, such as increased wealth, success in business, or good health.
  • Protection: Phra Phong Suphan amulets are also believed to offer protection from harm. This can include protection from physical harm, such as accidents or injuries, as well as protection from spiritual harm, such as evil spirits or bad luck.
  • Prosperity: It is also believed that Phra Phong Suphan amulets can bring prosperity to their owners. This can manifest in the form of increased wealth, success in business, or good fortune in general.

If you are looking for a powerful and valuable Thai amulet, then Phra Phong Suphan is a great option. These amulets are believed to offer a wide range of benefits, including good luck, protection, and prosperity

Jatukham Ramathep: This amulet is believed to bring good luck, protection, and success to its owner. It is often depicted as a handsome man, and it is said that he can help his owner to achieve their goals.

Jathukam Ramathep amulet

Phra Kring: The Phra Kring amulet is believed to bring good luck, protection, and health to its owner. It is often made from a mixture of metal and gemstones, and it is said that it can help its owner to ward off disease and live a long and healthy life.

Lek Lai Kaya Siddhi Adamantine Substance

Lek Lai: This amulet is believed to bring good luck, protection, and power to its owner. It is a type of magical stone that is said to have been created by alchemists and sorcerer-monks, who sense the presence of Deva inhabited substance within the cave walls, and have the power to invoke it to exude from the cavern and allow itself to be extracted, and used to assist humans with magical miracles.

Nang Kwak

Nang Kwak, the benevolent guardian of shop owners and merchants, holds a special role in their prosperity. She is often found adorning a prominent spot, perched atop a wooden or ornate red and gold lintel known as ‘Hing’ in Thai culture. To honor Nang Kwak and seek her blessings, offerings of “Nam Daeng,” a sweet red syrupy drink commonly used in Bucha rituals, are presented. Incense and flower garlands are also offered to please her, attracting customers and boosting sales. When expressing devotion to Nang Kwak and seeking her divine favor, the sacred chant of Kata Nang Kwak is recited. Nang Kwak’s presence within a business establishment is believed to enhance customer flow and drive sales. The enchanting Nang Kwak is a widely embraced magical cloth Yantra, prevalent in various businesses across Thailand. Additionally, one can find Nang Kwak revered in the form of a statue, symbolizing her significance and esteemed position in commerce.

Nangkwak: This amulet is believed to bring good luck, love, and protection to its owner. It is often depicted as a beautiful woman, and it is said that she can help her owner to attract the attention of the opposite sex and to overcome obstacles.

Takrut – A magical scroll Talisman, with incantations and Sacred Geometry spells inscribed, usually worn on a neckchain or on a cord belt around the waist, and believe to bring various effects, depending on the maker and the type of spell imbued within the Takrut

Look Om – Muan Sarn Sacred Powder Balls made from a large array of sacred substances (Muan Sarn Sacred Powders), depending on the maker and ‘Wicha’ (magic spell and its object of intent).

Necromantic Charms (Black Magic) – Amulets and effigies with purported spirits dwelling within them, such as the Kuman Thong, Pra Grasip, and Hoeng Prai Deva ghosts. These charms use necromantic substances and invocations to empower with.

Buddha amulets are highly significant in Thai culture, representing miniature versions of the Buddha and other sacred entities. These small charms are believed to bestow protection, good fortune, and invincibility upon those who wear them. The origins of Buddha amulets can be traced back to Thailand’s strong Buddhist traditions, and they serve as physical reminders of the Buddha’s teachings and a source of inspiration in daily life. These amulets hold cultural and historical value, offering insights into Thailand’s spiritual heritage and serving as symbols of national identity.

The most famous and highly sought-after set of Thai amulets is the Benja Pakee, consisting of five rare amulets: Phra Somdej Wat Rakhang, Phra Rod, Phra Nang Phaya, Phra Phong Suphan, and Phra Sum Kor. Phra Somdej, known as the “king of amulets,” is particularly revered. Another significant amulet is the Phra Pidta, also known as the “Closed-Eye Buddha,” which is associated with good luck and protection from harm. The Luang Phor Tuad amulet depicts the miracle monk Luang Phor Tuad and is sought after for its protective and blessing qualities.

Nang Prai Tani Banana Tree Ghost Locket, filled with Pong Sanaeh Ya Faed Necromantic Hypnotic Attraction Powders, Rubies, Ploi Sek Gem, Money Spider, Enchanted Dice for Gambling Success, 2 Sariga Celestial Golden Tongued Magpies for Cnvinving Speech, & a Takrut Maha Lap Scroll Spell Inscription Insert, for Lucky Fortunes. Released shortly before his passings, by the late great Luang Phu Kroo Ba Na, in his final edition ever, in 2559 BE. This amulet is highly preferred for plentiful possessions and wealth, power of attraction and seduction, and is also a very popular amulet for gamblers as a luck bringer.
Nang Prai Tani Locket Kruba Na
The Nang Prai Tani, is a Phii Prai Thai Ghost (Nang Prai Deva), and an Ancient Animist Wicha used as a Powerful Charm for Maha Sanaeh power of attraction, seduction, wealth and easy living, gambling and business success. Nang Prai Tani is a female ghost, just like the much more publicly known Nang Takian, who inhabits a Banana Tree of the Tani variety. In order for the ghost to be able to inhabit a Tani tree, the tree must be of a special kind called ‘Tani Dtaay Prai’, which is a Dtanii tree which dies when it blooms its first flowers. Nang Tani is also beautiful in appearance, just like Nang Dtakian, with green robes with a ‘Jong Graben’ cloth just like Ancient Thai folk used to wear. She likes to lure men into her lair, and seduce them. She has a very vengeful disposition, and is also very jealous, so that if a man who has been with Nang Tani should go with another woman, the Nang Tani will hunt the man down and break his neck bone.
LP Kruba Na Chinawangso Lanna Master Monk
The locket comes from Luang Phu Na Chinawangso’s final ever edition of amulets, now in extremely high demand and was almost immediately after release, approaching complete depletion of stocks. The edition also included Luang Phu Na’s first (and final) ever edition, of the now legendary Khun Phaen Na Sethee amulets. This final edition of the now deceased Master, was released in the year 2559 Buddhist Era, and Blessed by Luang Phu Na Chinawangso, under Auspicious Astrological Alignments in the Year of the Monkey.

Nang Tani Amulet

Rear face of Nang Tani amulet Kruba Na
Luang Phu Kroo Ba Na Chinawangso, was a Looksit of Kroo Ba Srivichai, and is the inheritor of the Master Lineage Sorcery of Kroo Ba Apichai Khaw Bpii, who was a direct Looksit monk apprenticed to the great Kroo Ba Srivichai, who was forced to disrobe unjustly, and continued to live, and practice like a monk, thereafter wearing white, and was still revered and known by his devotees as ‘Kroo Ba Apichai Khaw Bpii’ (Kroo Ba Apichai in White Robes). His purity, and abilities in Wicha were highly renowned, and his life trajectory is that of a legendary Adept Sorceror Monk, of immense diligence and tolerance. He is known to have assisted Kroo Ba Srivichai in constructing the path up the mountain to Wat Doi Suthep Temple in Chiang Mai.

Kruba Apichai Khaw Bee

Kruba Apichai Khaw Bee

This was his final edition, which included these lockets in oval and oblong shapes, his famous Paya Ling King Kluay Banana Feasting Monkey Deity, three types of Khun Phaen with Metal covered faces in large Pim Yai and small Pim Lek sizes, magic Candles, for Burning and Chanting in Bucha to the In Koo Deva of Love, See Pheung Dork Rak Sanaeha Attraction lip Gloss Potion, Ma Saep Nang Thai Lanna Sorcery Animist Lady-Horse Charms as Loi Ongk Statuettes, in both dry form and encased in Nam Man Prai Oil.

Pra Khun Phaen Chang Pasom Khloeng Luang Por Say

Now a very rare amulet of Luang Por Say’s first edition amulet, the Pra Khun Phaen Saen Sanaeha Hlang Chang Prasom Khlong (Khun Phaen with elephant love charm on rear face) in Nuea Wan Maha Saneh (attraction herbs and powders of 108 kinds) Chup Nam Man Aathan Khom (soaked in Khmer magical oil). Made and empowered using the Wicha of Northern Thai Lanna Sorcery by Luang Por Say of Wat Nam Wijit. Case included in price.

The Chang Prasom Khlong elephant Love Deity on the rear face were made from smelted metals of ancient Chang Prasom Khlong statuettes. Ngern Bpaag Phii, Hlek Khanaan Phii, and sacred metals with Chang Prasom Khlong Yant inscribed on them. Coffin nails, Yant In Ma, Yant Paya Hongs Tong (golden Hongsa bird), and Yant Metta Yai. All of these metals were smelted together in a magical empowerment ceremony with incantations, and forged into the In Ma Deity of Love and Passion. The amulets were empowered again using the Kata In Ma and Kata Chang Prasom Khlong 108 times, and then they were inserted into the sacred powder amulets, which were then soaked in sacred charm oil from an ancient Khmer source. Thie Muan Sarn ingredients of this amulet are immensely rich.

Pure enchantment and dominion against those you wish to enchant or seduce. Powerful sacred powders and magical incantations combine to make this a one purpose Love and Mercy Charm amulet, which has great power for its chosen purpose, and does not distribute the magic into any other area. remaining focused on the Amorous, and Seductive aspects of life, to seduce for both amorous and business purposes, as well as to gain promotion opportunities, and receive merciful treatment.

Luang Por Say is a Master Geji Ajarn with a vast compendium of Wicha which he received during his earlier years on Tudong ion the forests with his Kroo Ba Ajarn, many of whom were the Great Master Sorceror Monks of that Era. His Wicha Metta Maha Niyom Maha Sanaeh is extremely renowned for its power of attraction and seductive influence.

Luang Por Say Wat Nam Wijit

Luang Por Say Wat Nam Wijit

Luang Por Say performed individual blessings and empowerment on each individual amulet, one by one, which made for a very long time to finish the empowerment of all the amulets. Luang Por insisted on performing single empowerment for each amulet. Luang Por remained faithful to the formulas of the Dtamra Saiyawaet Grimoires of Sorcery, and made the amulets in bhis own original fashion, without copying the style of any other Master. The Muan Sarn Sacred Powders of this Ongk Kroo amulet are highly concentrated Prai Maha Sanaeh Powders, with immense power of attraction imbued within them.

Lersini Pakini Mahant

Presenting a very talked about Prai Oil based Kumarn Tong Wicha from a Lady Ruesi Hermit, that is currently enjoying immense public popularity for its effectiveness as a spirit helper and guardian, the Kumaree Hnung Hning Chae Nam Man Prai, from Lersini Pakini Kim Mahant.

A Potent and Powerful Potion indeed is found within this slim portable phial of Nam Man Prai Oil consecrating a Kumaree effigy within the phial, with the spirit of Nong Hnung Hning, a Hoeng Prai female child ghost. The Kumaree is made from Pong Prai Kumaree female child Hoeng Prai Ghost Powders, and Pong Prai Ha Sip Gao Dton 59 Bhūta Ghost Powders, mixed with Wan Sanaeh Jantr Mooncharm Herb powders, with Pong Wan Dork Tong Golden Flower Pollens, and powders from Sacred Ga Fak, Ga Fak Rak Yom, and Ga Koon Yor Trees.

Below; Lersinee Pakini Kim Mahant

Lersinee Pakini Kimhant Lady Ruesi

Lersinee Pakini Kimhant Lady Ruesi

In Ma Saep Nang Taep Tida Love Locket Pra Ajarn Dtecharangsri

Presenting an Extremely High Powered Prai Necromantic Sacred Locket bearing the Image and Invocations of the Taep Tida (Ma Sep Nang) Lady-Horse lovers, with coarse concentrated Muan Sarn Sacred Prai Powders, Takrut Maha Sanaeh, Necromantic Chin Aathan pieces, and Ploi Sek Maha Pokasap Enchanted Gemstones, from Lanna Hilltribe Monk and Infamous Necromantic Sorceror Monk, Pra Ajarn Dtecharangsri.

There is a Fable that there was once a family who had a very beautiful daughter. This family reared horses for a living, and their horses were famous for their incredible beauty. The daughter took care of the horses every day until one day she felt intense desire for the horse she had become attached to, and consummated her desires with the horse (had sex with it).

When the family found out about the event, they were incredibly offended and angry, and they killed the horse which the daughter had been caring for and had sex with. The daughter heard of this, and became so sad, that she died of a broken heart, from sorrow for loss of her horse and lover.

The ancient Kroo Ba Ajarns of Old believed that this particular horse had an incredible power of Maha Sanaeh (charm and attraction). So strong indeed, that even a Human Woman could fall in love with it and allow it to have sexual contact. For this reason the In Ma Sep Nang is an extremely powerful love charm, and that whoever carries it will certainly have the charming effect on others around him or her.

The Ma Sep Nang is considered a denizen of the prai Spirit Realms for the fact that is is usually empowered with the presence of an Inhabitant Prai Deva within the Sacred Powders, which requires the proper invitation into the home as is laid out in the Dtamra Saiyasart for this kind of Occult Animist Magical Charm;

Ma Sep Nang amulets are a Powerful Attractor of the Opposite or Same Sex depending on your wishes, as good for Gays as is for Straight Heterosexuals, or Bisexuals, Male or Female. Good for Business improvement too, Gamblers will also be well served with this Hermaphroditic Prai Deva.

The Taep Tida locket has an image of a Female Nymph Deva riding and embracing a horse, who is her symbiotic lover. This is derived from the an ancient legend of the Lanna People. The Lady-Horse Lovers are an ancient Lanna spell of the Ma Sep Nang, a legendary Wicha of the ancient animist folk of the northern border-regions of Thailand, Burma and Laos.

The rear face of the locket is stuffed full of highly concentrated Muan Sarn Sacred Prai Powders, with a Takrut Ma Sep Nang Maha Sanaeh spell. The Ma Sep Nang is considered to be one of the most powerful Maha Sanaeh Metta Maha Niyom Wicha of the Lanna People. Please note; the appearance of the rear face of each individual locket is slightly different because of their hand made nature. Each locket differs slightly in this aspect.

Pra Ajarn Dtecharangsri, has during the last decade, become one of Thailand’s Leading Necromancers of the Ordained Sangha, and is one of the few Masters preserving and extending the Wicha Saiyasart of the Northern Hilltribes of his Vicinity. The Hilltribe Magic is rooted in Very Ancient Animist Sorcery, and considered to be most powerful due to its adherence to the preservation of ancient methods and secret formulas, passed down from mouth to ear from Master to Apprentice for thousands of years.In recent years, Pra Ajarn Dtecharangsri came into the public eye through the media, as his amulets were discovered by reporters to have truly necromantic ingredients, which resulted in some investigations, with no prosecution.