Thai amulet – Phra Ngang altar

Thai amulet – Phra Ngang altar

Thai amulet – Phra Ngang altar

The history of Ngang goes way back to the Ayutthaya period. It refers to the Ayutthaya statue that has no robe, sitting on a triangle base. Such the statue was so called for many decades just because the former-generation people misunderstood that it’s not represented Lord Buddha. There wasn’t enough time for the monk to bless all the Ngangs for the soldiers to wear during the war period. All of the soldiers were dead. The monk walked down through the dead soldiers and found the Ngangs’ horn was bent to a side and the blood were covering the eyes of the Ngangs. Then the monk blessed all of the soul of the dead soldiers into the Ngang’s amulet and that’s the story of creating the nowadays red eye Ngangs. It was believe it has the power of the mountain god in the Ngangs. Many people have misunderstood and misused Ngangs in a bad way. I strongly believe we have to pay respect to the Ngangs. It’s true that Ngang can fulfill a person’s wish effectively. It can also use to do black magic and block black magic that cast by other people to you. It will also help to win from gambling and betting and great wealth and fortune. It will also solve lovers relationship problems and attracting opposite sex. Ngang is a kind of amulet that will be good if the person that worship it is good; and will be evil if the person that worship it is evil. I personally have a lot of wonderful experiences after since I have worship and practice Ngang’s teaching.


The Lion is more than just the King of the Jungle. His sleek body, polished strides, great maneuvers and dignified demeanor surpasses all the other felines in the animal kingdom. That is why this animal is always chosen as the symbol of leaders. You would often seen statues of Lions guard the gates or bridges in Singapore where this feline is its National symbol. The Lion head is also used on the crest of statesmen of the Romans and Greeks. The Lion is the definitive representation of ultimate power and grace.The grand Lion is also personified in works of art like sketches, paintings and sculpture. Perhaps the most well-known work of art wherein you can see the sculpted head of a Lion is in a wall fountain.The Lion Head Wall Fountain will greatly take you back to the Greco-Roman era wherein the water system was first invented. The Romans were definitely ahead of their time when they invented their own sewerage system. They used the Lion head with its open mouth as the spout wherein the water flows out to fill the water in their Roman baths. In these modern times, when the Roman bath houses no longer exist, a effortless reminder of this long gone era can still be seen. Traditional Fountains, makers of quality fountains, got the motivation from the Greco-Roman era to create their very own Lion Head Wall Fountain.This fountain is made of Stone-Finish Polyresin. It is intended to give the Lion Head image look as if it was carved in stone without the heavy weight and its expensive cost. The Lion is intricately sculpted with its famed ferocious expression crowned with its wild mane of hair set amidst a Greco-Roman backdrop. From his half open mouth flows crystal clear water which spill into a water basin below. The look and sound of water trickling down this fountain recreates the elegant atmosphere of the Greco-Roman sanctuary.This is a long-lasting and lightweight home accessory that can easily be mounted on any indoor or outdoor wall. It will add an appealing touch to your backyard or in your living room wall. It measures 18″ x 10″ x 30″ high and its water reservoir can hold up to 10 gallons of water. You can procure this fancy piece of home accessory to liven up your interior and exterior for an affordable price of $144.05 (shipping cost included).

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