Javanese Deer Skin Talisman

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This Javanese talisman is made from deer skin. There are several sacred spells and magic formulas inserted. The amulet was made by the famous mystic teacher KH. Mashuri Tholib of the Padepokan Kasepuhan Siliwangi hermitage in Banten Province, West Java, and consecrated during the sacred month of Muharram in the year 1425 AH (2004 CE).

Deer Skin Talisman

The powerful Islamic talisman serves multiple purposes. It is, first and foremost, empowered with blessings to guarantee one’s safety and to provide protection against various kinds of danger (black magic, jinns, evil spirits, illnesses, viruses, etc.). In addition, the power of the magic spells inserted in the deerskin talisman can be used to establish one’s authority and to maintain one’s integrity. Also, the talisman is endowed with blessings to increase one’s wealth and to achieve success in business.

Deer Skin Talisman

The person who wears this deer skin talisman will not be harassed, nor will s/he be underestimated by one’s seniors. Thus, one will become successful in both the social and professional areas in life. This often leads to general praise and mutual respect in the work environment or place of business. One may even receive promotion and/or a wage increase.

Deer Skin Talisman

The talisman can be worn around the neck, placed inside one’s pocket (shirt, trousers, wallet, etc.), or wrapped around the waist. However, one should remember to stay humble at all times, because the strong magic power of this talisman can easily turn one into an arrogant person. Moreover, it is important to remember to dedicate one’s worship solely to Allāh, and thus one should abstain from worshipping any other thing or being. This also means that one should understand that all the blessings one receives through this talisman are bestowed solely by the grace of Allāh.

Deer Skin Talisman

It is, however, advised to occasionally anoint the deerskin with a tiny drip of saffron oil on a Friday evening. Whilst doing this, one should recite the basmala phrase (bismi-llāhi r-raḥmāni r-raḥīm – In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful) three times while holding the breath. After this, one may then formulate one’s wishes, or ask for specific blessings to be bestowed upon you, if Allāh is willing.

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