A person or object that exercises a protective function or serves as a lucky charm is referred to in the Saiyasart as a talisman.
A talisman can be created consciously and with a defined function, or it may have been created by a definition in a particular situation. The protective effect or lucky charm function has an effect because the definition is considered true.
So in appropriate moments, the carrier or owner or that of the person provided with the defined functions forms a separate vibration that is suitable to protect or “bring luck”.
A talisman can also be an object that serves as a stay for a ghost. He will probably try his best to serve as intended. However, if it does not meet the definition, it may even happen that the effect of the ghost remains unnoticed.