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Ancient Kul Buntet Fossilized Sea Shell Amulet

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Kul buntet is an Indonesian amulet in the form of a fossilized sea shell. Fossils are believed to possess magical powers through which these preserved remains can withstand the test of time. Fossilized organisms, therefore, often contain various kinds of extremely rare minerals from the remote past. Thus, the inherent magical qualities of the kul ...

Powerful Love Potion extracted from Fragrant White Jasmine Flowers infused in Holy Prayer Water

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Extracted from fragrant white jasmine flowers, this powerful love potion consists of magical oil obtained from ritual offerings used in a consecration ceremony. The ritual ceremony was performed to bless various kinds of mystical objects made by an authentic dukun from Mojokerto in East Java, Indonesia. Due to the inherently strong fragrance, white jasmine flowers ...

Mythical Naga Serpent Deity Amulet to bring Prosperous Circumstances

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Traditional Hindu-Buddhist mythology tells us about a mythical creature commonly known as the nāga (Sanskrit). The nāga is a benevolent serpent deity as mentioned in various ancient scriptures, like the great Hindu epic Mahābhārata, as well as in sacred Buddhist texts such as the Lotus Sūtra and the Vinayasūtra. Both in Hindu and Buddhist tradition, ...

Mystical Iron Earthworm Amulet to expand Livelihood Opportunities

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It is a well-known fact that earthworms play a major role in environmental care of the earth's surface, since their activities have major benefits which help improve soil fertility. This is first and foremost due to the earthworms mixing the earth's soil with a high concentration of minerals and organic nutrients. Thus, many ancient animist ...

Kul Buntet – Magical Sea Shell for Increasing Wealth and Riches

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These Kul Buntet shells come from West Java, though they can be found in Thailand, too. Kul Buntet shells can be used as a talisman to attract riches. The shells are usually being stored (per pair or per piece) in a small bag or wrapped in a piece of cloth. Once a week (preferably in ...