Hand Carved Limited Edition Animist Charm
Paya Ling Lom Hand Carved from Sacred Paya Ngiw Dam Blacl Sacred treewood, the slow loris animist charm is imbued with the Wicha Hanuman, with strong Maha Sanaeh Metta Maha Niyom and Maha Lap leanings, and the ability to fend off Black Magick and Dark Energies.
- Maker; Luang Por Raks Anālayō
- Temple of Origin; Wat Sutawat Vipassana
- Year of Issue; 2559 BE
- Type of Amulet; Animist Charm
- Magical Effects; Choke Lap, Klaew Klaad, Gae Aathan, Serm Baramee, Gan Pit Raay
- Material; Mai Paya Ngiw Dam Sacred Black Ngiw Treewood
- Edition; Paetch Kong Edition
‘Ling Lom’ (slow loris), is believed to be a magical animal, whose seductive charm and hypnotic magic influence is ‘Dtamnan’ (Legendary) found in the beliefs of the ancient animist folk of Suvarnabhumi (the area between the borders of Thailand, Burma, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam), and as far as Indonesia. Carved from Sacred Mai Ngiw Dam black Ngiw tree wood, which is a rare and powerful Deva inhabited tree, of which only 1 in 100,000 trees renders black coloured wood. The Black Ngiw tree possesses powerful magical properties.
Amulets which use the Wicha Ling Lom, are very rarely seen Wicha in this day and age, for which we are extremely blessed to recieve the opportunity to be able to have such a Wicha for distribution to those who seek to Bucha this immensely rare half-forgotten Wicha.
The name of this Spell comes from the reputed Sorcerous Magical Abilities attributed to the Ling Lom (Slow Loris Primate), For Warrior Invincibility, to Protect against Black Magick, and Enchantment.
The Ling Lom is famed for its immensely Seductive gaze which charms whoever looks it in the eyes. Magickal properties of the Paya Ling Lom include Kong Grapan Chadtri, Maha Sanaeh, Metta Maha Niyom, Gae Aathan and Gae Roke Pai Khai Jeb, to ward off evil, and illnesses derived from curses, as well as to attract merciful treatment and inflect seductive influence on others. The Ling Lom is also an Omnivore, and hence a total survivalist in all its habitats, being able to eat almost anything that it finds. This insinuates the Maha Pokasap and Maha Lap aspects of thw Wicha imbued within it. Luang Por Raks Released the amulets in his 2559 BE ‘Kong Paetch edition, to raise funds to finance the casting and installation of the main Pra Pratan Buddha Image statue of the grand Putta Monton Ayuttaya Enclave (Buddha Lands of Ayuttaya), which is one of the largest Buddhist Construction projects in Thailand, which is surely to become his lifetime work.