Tag Archives Anti Black Magic

Benevolent Bali Bhuta Demon Spirit Bone Effigy

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Although Bali generally is referred to as 'the island of the gods', there are also parts of the island which are believed to be inhabited by spirits of the netherworld. The predominantly Hindu population of Bali resides in the human realm, located between the celestial realm of the gods (Sanskrit: deva) above and the hell ...

Loving Heart Locket to Stop Bullying and Discrimination

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The message of all major world religions revolves around love and compassion. But when one is living in a country where the dominant religion is different from one's own, or where one's own religion is regarded with suspicion, it can make the individual feel vulnerable in the terms of religious freedom and the societal tolerance ...

Genuine Indonesian Solomonic Jumbo Taweez with Turbo Magic Power for Evermore Provisions

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Released in a special jumbo edition, this large taweez is a prime example of contemporary Indonesian Islamic material art holding true spiritual value. The mystical object is made by hand, using genuine deerskin from Rembang in East Java. There it has also been properly blessed by a local dukun of repute, who consecrated the amulet ...

Twisted Deerskin Silat Armband with Holy Incantations for Braveness and Boldness

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The traditional martial arts of Indonesia, also known as pencak silat is a well-known fighting system throughout the world. Particularly the agile moves of the tiger style or 'gaya harimau' are held in high esteem among silat practitioners. Both in Sumatra and Java there are devout Muslim silat fighters who empower their physical strength and ...

Holy Sandalwood Keris Handle Statuette of Lord Vishnu to subdue Evil and to attract Love

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Sandalwood has been a popular element in Indonesian ritual magic since time immemorial. Its natural fragrance has a deeply enchanting effect, which uplifts the mind to altered states of awareness. Hence to this day one finds various religious objects (e.g., statues, masks) carved from sandalwood in village shrines, communal temples, and other places of worship ...