Thai one on and you will be lucky

August 2007
Asian Pacific Post;8/23/2007, p8
The article reports on the popularity of Jatukam Ramathep amulets among Thais who are seeking psychic insurance in troubled times. The Jatukam amulets have become big business as believers, collectors and speculators drive a thriving market for the coin-shaped talismans with supposed magical powers. The amulets were named after a legendary warrior prince of an ancient southern Thai kingdom.


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