The Thai Amulet

Thai amulets have a myriad of aspects and meanings, and an equally large number of reasons for existence, be they Buddhist Amulets, Animist Amulets, Occult Necromantic Charms, Black or White Magick, or Elemental in Nature. Some amulets are artistically designed, others are crudely fashioned and…

Wat Juk Gacher Temple of Luang Phu Rerm

Some interesting facts about Wat Juk Gacher, and ex abbot Luang Phu Rerm Baramo, as well the other Abbots, and a look at some attractive Pra Khun Phaen 1st edition limited series amulets with meritorious motive of restoring the temple Shrineroom. Thailand Amulets’ owner Ajarn…

Mae Nang Prai

Exclusive Amulets on Buddhist Amulet store

Check out the exclusive new range of amulets from our new top master, Pra Ajarn Supasit of Wat Bang Nam Chon, whose special, high class, exclusive, and small numbered collections of sacred amulets, have now been added as a new category, on our sister store at BuddhistAmulet.Net

Nam Man Prai - Necromantic Love Potion

How to Worship Amulets which have no Specific Kata

How to Pray and Chant Kata with Successful results, Even if You don’t Know the Proper Kata for your Amulet. In Truth, with All Buddhist Amulets and Icons, Kaya Siddhi Elements, and Metta Oils, you can Use any Buddhist Pali Kata or Prayers for receiving various types of Blessings, Using Prayers and Suttas to chant, each of which delivers various Blessings. For example, the Aadtaanadtiya Paritta prevents all types of Illnesses and Virus, and keeps Demons away, and Protects against Black magic.