All Posts By Mas Rodin

White Bull Steel Pendant for Protection of Drivers, Passengers and Vehicles in Traffic

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'Holy cow!' Often is assumed, that the term 'holy cow', derived as a play on Hinduism, where the cow is a sacred animal. In fact, even in some religious writings the term ‘holy cow’ can actually be found. But solely in a literal use, never as a humorous exclamation. Although this could have inspired the saying, ...

Sacred Brass Scroll in Casing empowered with Quranic Invocations for Righteous Living

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All the saints and sages from the past have emphasized the importance of proper ritual worship, especially regarding the performance of sincere prayer. This is because prayer is considered the fruit of righteousness. Properly performed prayer is therefore believed to effectively invoke God's grace, which, in turn, brings love and prosperity. Thus, it is common ...

Amethyst Amulet for Comfort in Mourning or Love Sickness

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Amethyst is associated with February. The ancient Romans dedicated that month to Neptune, the god of water. Amethyst it is the traditional birthstone of that month and therefore also the sacred stone of St. Valentine. It carries the energy of fire and passion, creativity and spirituality but also has the logic of temperance and sobriety, making it ...

Sang Kachai Sterling Silver Pendant for Wealth and Prosperity

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The sacral art of Siam, since 1939 Thailand, typically reflects the doctrine of Southern Buddhism, formed in Sri Lanka in the 13th century and spreading from there via Indo-China to Siam. For many Thai, the Buddha is more a reminder of the Buddhist Doctrine than a deity. According to orthodox beliefs of Thai people, any ...

Gold Plated Selut Njeruk Pecel Amulet for Keris

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The keris, or kris, (ꦏꦼꦫꦶꦱ꧀, ꦮꦁꦏꦶꦔꦤ꧀,کريس), is an non-symmetrical dagger from Indonesia. Its significant and distinctive blade-patterning, is achieved through forging alternating laminations of iron and nickel. Keris are unmistakably associated with Indonesia's culture. The keris is well known for its significant wavy blade, despite many also having straight blades. The keris is also a ...