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Black Badar Besi Iron Rock Embodiment of an Ethereal Khodamic Entity

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Badar besi is internationally acclaimed as one of Asia's most potent amulets. This Indonesian talisman is equivalent to lek lai in Thailand. The words besi and lek both mean 'metal' or 'iron', referring to the same type of sacred iron found in this part of the world. This kind of mineral is considered to be ...

Precious Banten Cave Badar Besi Gemstone Pendant

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Though it is not a precious stone in regard to gemology, yet in terms of its magical power and spiritual potential badar besi is a most valuable stone indeed. Especially the mustika pearls and other mystical stones from Banten Province are in high demand. This is partly due to the fact that the western part ...

Badar Besi Metallic Elemental Substance with 16 Zircon Gemstones set in a Stainless Steel Ring engraved with a Pair of Naga Serpents

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Badar besi is the Indonesian equivalent of Thai lek lai (alternatively spelled 'leklai'), a sacred metal-like substance found within the walls of holy caves. According to legend, only the most adept masters have the knowledge and permission to extract the magical metal from these mysterious sites. In traditional Indonesian folklore caves and underground caverns are ...

Magical Badar Besi Iron Ore to Develop Psychic Powers and to Repel Malevolent Supernatural Creatures

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Metals were prized by Indonesian ancestors for their magical properties as well as their practical use, just like mustika gemstones. To this day badar besi is considered to be a sacred iron ore that yields great benefits for one's general well-being, health, and spiritual practice. The grounding properties of iron combined with the occult qualities ...

Rare and Exclusive Badar Besi Mustika Stone inhabited by a Mystical Khodam Spirit offering Physical and Metaphysical Protection

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This rare and exclusive badar besi mustika stone is obtained from a holy cave in the Brantas River valley at the slopes of Mount Wilis in Kediri, East Java. The area contains several archaeological remains of sacred sites of the ancient Javanese Hindu Kingdom of Kediri (1045–1221 CE). King Airlangga, the founding father of the ...