Traditionally, in the Muslim world, carnelian agate is classed as an ‘aqīq’ or ‘aqeeq'(عقيق), which means that it is a valuable stone in terms of its religious significance. Reportedly, in 630 CE, when Prophet Muḥammad returned in victory to the holy city of Mecca, he destroyed the polytheistic idols at the Kaʿbah in the center of the Sacred Mosque (al-Masjid al-Ḥarām) in Mecca. Later Muḥammad would commemorate this historical event by wearing a carnelian aqeeq on his right hand. Wearing such a gem thus became sunnah (سنة), meaning that this practice of the Islamic prophet served as an example to be followed by Muslims.
Due to its inherent natural mystical qualities, combined with the additional blessing of the dukun, this carnelian agate amulet enables the wearer to break down barriers that prevent career progress. Through mindful recollection of the Prophet’s victory whilst wearing this ring, any obstacle to career fulfillment shall be swiftly overcome. Moreover, even the potential influence of black magic is rendered harmless to the owner of this authentic Indonesian talisman.
Mantra for Carnelian Agate Aqeeq Ring
Allahumma Anta Rabbi Lailaha Illa Anta Khalaqtani Wa Ana ‘Abduka
Wa Ana ‘Ala Ahdika Wa Wa’dika Mastata’tu A’udhubika Min Sharri Ma Sana’tu
Abu U Laka Bini’matika ‘Alayya Wa Abu U Laka Bi Dhambi
Faghfirli Fa Innahu La Yaghfirudh Dhunuba Illa Anta
Oh Allah, You are my Lord, none has the right to be worshipped except You, You created me and I am Your servant and I abide to Your covenant and promise as best I can, I take refuge in You from the evil which I have committed. I acknowledge Your favor upon me and I acknowledge my sin, so forgive me, for verily, none can forgive sin except You.