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Set of 4 Tubular Talismanic scrolls empowered with Islamic Magic for Protection and Evasion.

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Tubular amulets are a popular phenomenon in Southeast Asia. Just like Thai takrut, for example, Indonesian talismanic scrolls often serve as a spiritual means to protect the wearer from danger. This type of talisman usually is worn around the waist or carried in one's pocket. It is believed that its inherent mystical properties can avoid ...

Sacred Badar Besi Amulet Boosting Charisma Stamina and Self Esteem

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The mystical Badar Besi is a metallic rock naturally possessing metaphysical power. The sacred stone, used for rare Amulets of this kind, is excavated only in specific holy caves, once occupied by pious and saintly ascetics performing their spiritual occult rituals and practices. Since ancient times, the mystical Batu (Stone) Badar is told to own mystical ...

Occultic Sunda Jasper Ring to Reduce Risks and Optimize Opportunities in Entrepreneurial Efforts

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The Sundanese dukuns in West Java are highly skilled practitioners of indigenous Indonesian occultism. As royal descendants of the ancient Sunda (and later Galuh) Kingdom (669–1579 CE) they managed to preserve many of the local customs and traditions as part of the cultural and spiritual heritage of their ancestors to this day. Hence, traditional amulets ...

Prosperity Pendant with Islamic Magical Formula of Lucky Numbers

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A special combination of Arabic numbers is embossed on the front face of the metal pendant. Encoded within these numerals there is a sacred Islamic magical formula, containing a set of lucky numbers. Thus, as an authentic Indonesian amulet, it is infused with real magic power derived from the featured occult spell, as well as ...

Lucky Jujaka Brahmin Beggar Effigy with Gold Leaf and Metta Oil to Fetch Money and Riches

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The effigy contained within the locket represents an old man walking hunched over with a rod and bag in his hands. The small figure portrays Jujaka (alternatively spelled "chuchok" or "choo chok"), the brahmin beggar whom, according to the Vessantara Jātaka, the Buddha in his previous life had predicted to become incredibly rich. Endowed in ...