2 Headed Baby Ghost, Kuman Thong, Fetal Skeleton, Luck Charm, Haunted Doll, Oddities, Curiosities -Free Yant Cloth
Comes with free Yant prayer cloth. -A Vintage Haunted Doll of sorts. Hand made in Thailand. This charm is said to holds the Spirit of a Dead Fetus. In Thai culture, this amulet is believed to bring good luck and fortune. Encased within is 2 Headed Lukok Kuman Thong on Nang Kwag Red Yantra Sacred cloth.
**Warning: This item comes with an additional free prayer cloth. Images on cloth could be of sexual nature which some people might find offensive.
Size: approx. 2 1/2 X 1 1/8 inches.
Charms such as this have been used for many centuries in Thailand and still in common use today. The Lukok will warn both of future dangers, and of coming luck.
Oddities, Curiosities and Weird Stuff – The Original Kuman Thong: To make Kuman Thong, one must remove a stillborn fetus from its mother’s womb. A ceremony must then be performed at night, in a cemetery, by someone trained in Thai animist necromancy. (Usually a monk) the necessary mantras will be spoken which will bind the spirit of the stillborn child. Once dried, the corpse will be covered in gold foil.
Nowadays, monks don’t use this method to make Kuman Thong. It is believed Kuman Thong is the spirit of a dead child still wandering with no place to settle. A guru monk will chant sacred mantras to request the spirit to reside in the amulet in order to help them settle down, and not be a wandering soul anymore. Kuman Thong is not harmful; it is a child spirit that has been re-educated through the Buddha way.
My mom loves him. She takes him to work everyday. I guess he likes her cause she loves him. I have not yet heard him or seen him in the house so I guess he likes it here and I guess he will be very spoiled . She claims his features change she said he had no eyes when he arrived today he has 3 and a penis and she is the only one that thinks he smiles at her and is cute.
It's beautiful. My husband loved it