Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Penis amulet



I have never see a non living thing swimming itself. The great guru who make this love amulet is name pOR TAn Qiao at sout of thailnd. To prove th effect of this amulet, he told me to bring a bowl with water. then, he place this cute love charm in it and he start to chant. MY GOD!!!! I cant believe my eyes, the penis love charm start to swim by it self. i cant believe. i ask him more, how to use, what it is for, and when to use.
Wow! cant wait to try!!!
Everything was so great, while in bus, gals keep exchange eyes with me, friends call me up for meet up, unknown start talk to me.]
I cant believe a charm like this could create such a miracle.
when i am in office, girls in the office surround and talk to me.
I suddenly feel like i am the centre of attraction!!!
I never feel so great defore. Decided to get more for my friend coz it rare to get such a great amulet.
Below is a history of love charm.
Please note any guru can make love chant and there are many love chant flooding in the market, BUT WHO MAKE A EFFECTIVE LOVE CHANT?
That important!!!!
The Thai name for a penis amulet is palad khik, which means "honorable surrogate penis." These small charms, averaging less than 2' in length, are worn by boys and men on a waist-string under the clothes, off-center from the real penis, in the hope that they will attract and absorb any magical injury directed toward the generative organs. It is not uncommon for a man to wear several palad khiks at one time, one to increase gambling luck, for instance, another to attract women, and a third for invulnerability from bullets and knives. women in Thailand do not generally wear palad khiks, nor is there a Thai equivalent of the vulva amulet for them to use -- although a circular disk amulet called a chaping is worn by young girls to protect their genitals from evil forces.
The palad khik amulet is said to have originated in the Siva linga of India and to have been imported to Thailand by Cambodian monks in the 8th century AD. Early styles of palad khik bear inscribed invocations, entreaties, and praises to Siva; later ones combine these with interlineated invocations and praises to Buddha; modern ones bear uniformly Buddhist inscriptions, invariably written in an old form of script that cannot be read by contemporary Thais.

Although palad khik amulets are not designed specifically to use in love spells, among American eclectic pagans, witches, and magicians, they are often employed that way at the present time.
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