RARE -59 Spirits, Prai Ghost, Real Voodoo Doll, Thai Amulet, Haunted items, Luck Amulet

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Extremely rare! Comes with free Yant prayer cloth. -We obtained this rare piece from Thailand. This figure is that of the spirit known as Phipraai Haasipkhaoton. These were originally made by a very popular and recognized Shaman / Necromancer by the name of Ajarn Nuu Gawn.
The following is what we were told about the item and the ‘supposed’ ingredients:

The figure of Phipraai Haasipkhaoton  is an infant ghost containing 59 Spirits. It is an amulet of fortune and riches. It’s main ability is to attract money to the worshiper. The statue / spirit sometimes works as a whispering ghost who warns you when something bad is about to happen.

The ingredients used to make this good luck statue consist of bone ashes taken from one hundred and eight bodies of dead infants and one hundred and eight corpses from seven graveyards. These deaths were caused by murdered, drowning, fire, and so on until there is a total of one hundred and eight different types of death. These ashes are mixed with a variety of other holy herbal ingredients, such as: Gumaanthawng, Mahaalaap, Jungnaang, Pho Ngern, Pong, Praai Grasip, Dawkthawng, Namtao and Sanejan.

When done being made, many shamans preformed a ritual and cast a  spell called “Riak Jit Praai” to enliven the statues. After that, each effigy would get wrapped by a cloth which was once used to wrap a corpse.

Here is the spell to cast to worship The Statue of Phipraai Haasipkhaoton
First say “na mo” three times and then say “Mahaa laapho / pha wan tu me / metta jittang / maa ni maa maa.” Cast this spell three times and pray for good lucks and fortunes.

*This is item real and vintage. There is definite signs of age such as spots and dirt smudges. Measures approx. 8 1/2 inches long and 2 1/2 inches wide.

*Warning: The free Yant cloth (prayer cloth) could contain sexual images that some may find offensive.

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