Phra Chai Ngang Holy Emperor Khmer Old Bronze Figure Cambodia Buddha Amulet

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Seller: believe.yourself (410) 100%, Location: Bangkok, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 253738505461 Thai Holy Statues &A mulets Believe Yourself Phra Chai Ngang Holy Emperor Khmer Old Bronze Figure Cambodia Buddha Amulet Size of Amulet :100 mm x 50 mm x 28 mm Weight 127g. Color as a picture. Phra Ngan originated from Cambodia Phra Ngan does not come from thailand and it is not part of the main deities that thai people worship. If it is not part of the main deities thai people worship, it wouldn’t be the highest level of thai occult. period. Many people who started to believe in Thai Buddhism and thai amulets would had come across the term Phra Ngan. There are plenty of hearsays and misconceptions about Phra Ngan and its effects as well as the methods of worshipping. Those who have prayed to barangs like kmt, nmp, spirits commented that once you have prayed to Phra Ngan, you would not want to pray to your previous barangs as wholeheartedly because phra ngans provided a stronger effect or answer your wishes more efficiently. Certain sects label it as Ghost King, Demon King, a very yin being or Warlock. These are not untrue because Phra Ngan was evil hence, some archans are able to conduct spells with phra ngan to do evil stuffs. Notice the usage of the word “was”. Phra Ngan with a higher level of cultivation: Phra Chai. Phra Chai isn’t Buddha! Phra Ngans are essentially mountain deities(山神). There are more than 7 forms of phra ngans, the exact number would not be disclosed openly on this site unfortunately. To put it in the correct class, phra ngans belong to the deity level of mountain spirits/demons and they are very yin in nature. The buchas of phra ngans dated back to the Ayuttaya period (1351 to 1767) where people name the phra ngans, without armour, as phra chai mongkol or victory buddha. They are shaped as a buddha, wearing a crown with a pointy tip with a gentle smile on its face. Phra Ngans are usually found in mountains. Certain Phra Ngans are found in cities as well, near to temples where they would cultivate. How did such an image evolve to the current red eye phra ngans? During the destruction of the Ayutthaya Dynasty by the Burmese, a lot of Phra Ngans were kept in the belly of the big Buddha. Some of the Buddha statues were destroyed, and the crown of these phra ngans were crooked as a result. It was a war ground and many solders died. Some said that the red color eyes were due to tin oxidation (not copper as prolonged oxidation of copper makes it black/green instead of red and considering that few hundred years had passed, the oxidation of copper should become black but it was witnessed as black so the bulk of the material back then shouldn’t be copper) while others said that it was due to the blood of the deceased soldiers. A simple analysis would show that the materials for ayuttaya phra ngans contain little tin so the first hearsay isn’t correct. That makes the blood of the soldiers on the phra ngan images more plausible. With so many buddha statues on a war ground that was covered with blood and with so many deaths, it was natural that the place attracted beings that would reside in the statues as it was rumored that the statues given to the soldiers weren’t blessed. As mentioned earlier, phra ngans are the deities of mountain spirits/demons and they are very yin in nature. What constitute mountain spirits/demons? There are many examples such as snakes, frogs, lizards, spiders, centipedes, scorpions etc., basically animals/beings in the mountain that has gotten enough cultivation to become a demon (精) and from there, those with enough cultivation would be regarded as a deity. Since they are found in mountains as well as cities, phra ngans refer to a class of cultivated beings. As such, there are many different kinds of phra ngans and in each kind, there are different types. In thailand, phra ngans help archans to do spells and block black magic. In Cambodia, phra ngans help their owners become more sexually attractive, block black magic and they are worshipped as evil deities. This explains why there are many different sects and methods of worship for real phra ngans. ShippingReturnsShippingReturns We offer fast shipping on all orders! Shipping from Thailand. Your order will be dispatched within 1-2 working day of receiving payment (Monday-Saturday) and you should expect to receive it 11 or 23 bussiness days after dispatch. Economy -no tracking number .If you need tracking number ,please add 3$ or choose Standart shipping. Tracking number for purchase over 20$. In the very unlikely event that your item is lost or damaged during post, then WE are responsible and will issue either a full refund or replacement. If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you can return the product and get a full refund or exchange the product for another one, be it similar or not. You can return a product for up to 14 days from the date you purchased it. Any product you return must be in the same condition you received it and in the original packaging. Please keep the receipt. Size of Amulet :100 mm x 50 mm x 28 mm Weight 127g. Color as a picture. Phra Ngan originated from Cambodia Phra Ngan does not come from thailand and it is not part of the main deities that thai people worship. If it is not part of the main deities thai people worship, it wouldn’t be the highest level of thai occult. period. Many people who started to believe in Thai Buddhism and thai amulets would had come across the term Phra Ngan. There are plenty of hearsays and misconceptions about Phra Ngan and its effects as well as the methods of worshipping. Those who have prayed to barangs like kmt, nmp, spirits commented that once you have prayed to Phra Ngan, you would not want to pray to your previous barangs as wholeheartedly because phra ngans provided a stronger effect or answer your wishes more efficiently. Certain sects label it as Ghost King, Demon King, a very yin being or Warlock. These are not untrue because Phra Ngan was evil hence, some archans are able to conduct spells with phra ngan to do evil stuffs. Notice the usage of the word “was”. Phra Ngan with a higher level of cultivation: Phra Chai. Phra Chai isn’t Buddha! Phra Ngans are essentially mountain deities(山神). There are more than 7 forms of phra ngans, the exact number would not be disclosed openly on this site unfortunately. To put it in the correct class, phra ngans belong to the deity level of mountain spirits/demons and they are very yin in nature. The buchas of phra ngans dated back to the Ayuttaya period (1351 to 1767) where people name the phra ngans, without armour, as phra chai mongkol or victory buddha. They are shaped as a buddha, wearing a crown with a pointy tip with a gentle smile on its face. Phra Ngans are usually found in mountains. Certain Phra Ngans are found in cities as well, near to temples where they would cultivate. How did such an image evolve to the current red eye phra ngans? During the destruction of the Ayutthaya Dynasty by the Burmese, a lot of Phra Ngans were kept in the belly of the big Buddha. Some of the Buddha statues were destroyed, and the crown of these phra ngans were crooked as a result. It was a war ground and many solders died. Some said that the red color eyes were due to tin oxidation (not copper as prolonged oxidation of copper makes it black/green instead of red and considering that few hundred years had passed, the oxidation of copper should become black but it was witnessed as black so the bulk of the material back then shouldn’t be copper) while others said that it was due to the blood of the deceased soldiers. A simple analysis would show that the materials for ayuttaya phra ngans contain little tin so the first hearsay isn’t correct. That makes the blood of the soldiers on the phra ngan images more plausible. With so many buddha statues on a war ground that was covered with blood and with so many deaths, it was natural that the place attracted beings that would reside in the statues as it was rumored that the statues given to the soldiers weren’t blessed. As mentioned earlier, phra ngans are the deities of mountain spirits/demons and they are very yin in nature. What constitute mountain spirits/demons? There are many examples such as snakes, frogs, lizards, spiders, centipedes, scorpions etc., basically animals/beings in the mountain that has gotten enough cultivation to become a demon (精) and from there, those with enough cultivation would be regarded as a deity. Since they are found in mountains as well as cities, phra ngans refer to a class of cultivated beings. As such, there are many different kinds of phra ngans and in each kind, there are different types. In thailand, phra ngans help archans to do spells and block black magic. In Cambodia, phra ngans help their owners become more sexually attractive, block black magic and they are worshipped as evil deities. This explains why there are many different sects and methods of worship for real phra ngans. Thai Holy Statues &A mulets Believe Yourself Phra Chai Ngang Holy Emperor Khmer Old Bronze Figure Cambodia Buddha Amulet Size of Amulet :100 mm x 50 mm x 28 mm Weight 127g. Color as a picture. Phra Ngan originated from Cambodia Phra Ngan does not come from thailand and it is not part of the main deities that thai people worship. If it is not part of the main deities thai people worship, it wouldn’t be the highest level of thai occult. period. Many people who started to believe in Thai Buddhism and thai amulets would had come across the term Phra Ngan. There are plenty of hearsays and misconceptions about Phra Ngan and its effects as well as the methods of worshipping. Those who have prayed to barangs like kmt, nmp, spirits commented that once you have prayed to Phra Ngan, you would not want to pray to your previous barangs as wholeheartedly because phra ngans provided a stronger effect or answer your wishes more efficiently. Certain sects label it as Ghost King, Demon King, a very yin being or Warlock. These are not untrue because Phra Ngan was evil hence, some archans are able to conduct spells with phra ngan to do evil stuffs. Notice the usage of the word “was”. Phra Ngan with a higher level of cultivation: Phra Chai. Phra Chai isn’t Buddha! Phra Ngans are essentially mountain deities(山神). There are more than 7 forms of phra ngans, the exact number would not be disclosed openly on this site unfortunately. To put it in the correct class, phra ngans belong to the deity level of mountain spirits/demons and they are very yin in nature. The buchas of phra ngans dated back to the Ayuttaya period (1351 to 1767) where people name the phra ngans, without armour, as phra chai mongkol or victory buddha. They are shaped as a buddha, wearing a crown with a pointy tip with a gentle smile on its face. Phra Ngans are usually found in mountains. Certain Phra Ngans are found in cities as well, near to temples where they would cultivate. How did such an image evolve to the current red eye phra ngans? During the destruction of the Ayutthaya Dynasty by the Burmese, a lot of Phra Ngans were kept in the belly of the big Buddha. Some of the Buddha statues were destroyed, and the crown of these phra ngans were crooked as a result. It was a war ground and many solders died. Some said that the red color eyes were due to tin oxidation (not copper as prolonged oxidation of copper makes it black/green instead of red and considering that few hundred years had passed, the oxidation of copper should become black but it was witnessed as black so the bulk of the material back then shouldn’t be copper) while others said that it was due to the blood of the deceased soldiers. A simple analysis would show that the materials for ayuttaya phra ngans contain little tin so the first hearsay isn’t correct. That makes the blood of the soldiers on the phra ngan images more plausible. With so many buddha statues on a war ground that was covered with blood and with so many deaths, it was natural that the place attracted beings that would reside in the statues as it was rumored that the statues given to the soldiers weren’t blessed. As mentioned earlier, phra ngans are the deities of mountain spirits/demons and they are very yin in nature. What constitute mountain spirits/demons? There are many examples such as snakes, frogs, lizards, spiders, centipedes, scorpions etc., basically animals/beings in the mountain that has gotten enough cultivation to become a demon (精) and from there, those with enough cultivation would be regarded as a deity. Since they are found in mountains as well as cities, phra ngans refer to a class of cultivated beings. As such, there are many different kinds of phra ngans and in each kind, there are different types. In thailand, phra ngans help archans to do spells and block black magic. In Cambodia, phra ngans help their owners become more sexually attractive, block black magic and they are worshipped as evil deities. This explains why there are many different sects and methods of worship for real phra ngans. Shipping We offer fast shipping on all orders! Shipping from Thailand. Your order will be dispatched within 1-2 working day of receiving payment (Monday-Saturday) and you should expect to receive it 11 or 23 bussiness days after dispatch. Economy -no tracking number .If you need tracking number ,please add 3$ or choose Standart shipping. Tracking number for purchase over 20$. In the very unlikely event that your item is lost or damaged during post, then WE are responsible and will issue either a full refund or replacement.Returns If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you can return the product and get a full refund or exchange the product for another one, be it similar or not. You can return a product for up to 14 days from the date you purchased it. Any product you return must be in the same condition you received it and in the original packaging. Please keep the receipt. Size of Amulet :100 mm x 50 mm x 28 mm Weight 127g. Color as a picture. Phra Ngan originated from Cambodia Phra Ngan does not come from thailand and it is not part of the main deities that thai people worship. If it is not part of the main deities thai people worship, it wouldn’t be the highest level of thai occult. period. Many people who started to believe in Thai Buddhism and thai amulets would had come across the term Phra Ngan. There are plenty of hearsays and misconceptions about Phra Ngan and its effects as well as the methods of worshipping. Those who have prayed to barangs like kmt, nmp, spirits commented that once you have prayed to Phra Ngan, you would not want to pray to your previous barangs as wholeheartedly because phra ngans provided a stronger effect or answer your wishes more efficiently. Certain sects label it as Ghost King, Demon King, a very yin being or Warlock. These are not untrue because Phra Ngan was evil hence, some archans are able to conduct spells with phra ngan to do evil stuffs. Notice the usage of the word “was”. Phra Ngan with a higher level of cultivation: Phra Chai. Phra Chai isn’t Buddha! Phra Ngans are essentially mountain deities(山神). There are more than 7 forms of phra ngans, the exact number would not be disclosed openly on this site unfortunately. To put it in the correct class, phra ngans belong to the deity level of mountain spirits/demons and they are very yin in nature. The buchas of phra ngans dated back to the Ayuttaya period (1351 to 1767) where people name the phra ngans, without armour, as phra chai mongkol or victory buddha. They are shaped as a buddha, wearing a crown with a pointy tip with a gentle smile on its face. Phra Ngans are usually found in mountains. Certain Phra Ngans are found in cities as well, near to temples where they would cultivate. How did such an image evolve to the current red eye phra ngans? During the destruction of the Ayutthaya Dynasty by the Burmese, a lot of Phra Ngans were kept in the belly of the big Buddha. Some of the Buddha statues were destroyed, and the crown of these phra ngans were crooked as a result. It was a war ground and many solders died. Some said that the red color eyes were due to tin oxidation (not copper as prolonged oxidation of copper makes it black/green instead of red and considering that few hundred years had passed, the oxidation of copper should become black but it was witnessed as black so the bulk of the material back then shouldn’t be copper) while others said that it was due to the blood of the deceased soldiers. A simple analysis would show that the materials for ayuttaya phra ngans contain little tin so the first hearsay isn’t correct. That makes the blood of the soldiers on the phra ngan images more plausible. With so many buddha statues on a war ground that was covered with blood and with so many deaths, it was natural that the place attracted beings that would reside in the statues as it was rumored that the statues given to the soldiers weren’t blessed. As mentioned earlier, phra ngans are the deities of mountain spirits/demons and they are very yin in nature. What constitute mountain spirits/demons? There are many examples such as snakes, frogs, lizards, spiders, centipedes, scorpions etc., basically animals/beings in the mountain that has gotten enough cultivation to become a demon (精) and from there, those with enough cultivation would be regarded as a deity. Since they are found in mountains as well as cities, phra ngans refer to a class of cultivated beings. As such, there are many different kinds of phra ngans and in each kind, there are different types. In thailand, phra ngans help archans to do spells and block black magic. In Cambodia, phra ngans help their owners become more sexually attractive, block black magic and they are worshipped as evil deities. This explains why there are many different sects and methods of worship for real phra ngans. Condition: '' Good '', Region of Origin: Southeast Asian, Product: Buddha, Age: Post-1940, Primary Material: Bronze, Sub-Type: Tables

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