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Magic Money Keeper to Prevent Unpleasant Financial Surprises

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The magic money keeper is, as the name already suggests, an authentic Indonesian talisman to prevent unpleasant financial surprises. The magical locket thus is consecrated with highly effective mystical spells to protect one's financial income as well as safeguarding one's valuables and personal property. Hence, the shape of the locket resembles a safe. In addition, ...

Indonesian Islamic Amulet Blessed with Mystical Powers to Increase Rizq (Provisions)

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The Arabic word rizq refers to a person's provisions. In Indonesian, rizq is written as 'rezeki', which can also refer to sustenance or livelihood. In this way, then, one's financial income is also counted as rizq, for it is a means of living. Similarly, the outcome or results of one's actions (be they wholesome or ...

Rawhide Talisman Inscribed with Saffron Paste to Improve One’s Business

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This rawhide talisman is handcrafted from the skin of a wild goat. Indonesian dukuns commonly use the skin of wild animals to make amulets and talismans, for they believe that this material contains certain mystical properties. The reason for this can be found in the fact that wild animals generally have a bold nature; they ...

Pusaka Bag for Multiplying Wealth & Riches and to Accumulate Treasured Possessions

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Pusaka (heirloom) items often comprise a person's dearest possessions, usually inherited from one's ancestors. However, in a broader sense, the term 'pusaka' may also refer to mystical objects in general. When a particular object is claimed to possess certain powers of magic, it is very likely that the owner wishes to keep it as a ...

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 ...