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Sacred Metal Statuette of the Saintly Hindu Priest Resi Narada

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A classical masterpiece of traditional Hindu-Buddhist temple art, made by the venerable master Luang Por Wichean, abbot of the Buddhist temple Wat Tham Muni Nard in Thailand. The metal statuette is made in the year 2011. Luang Por Wichean and his disciples performed a ritual consecration ceremony at Wat Tham Muni Nard, to bless the ...

Traditional Hindu-Buddhist Resi Effigy made from Sacred Metals and Powders + Silver Magic Scroll

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The metal effigy represents a traditional Hindu-Buddhist rêsi master. According to ancient Hindu-Buddhist tradition, a rêsi is a true mystic, a devout spiritual practitioner. The Javanese word rêsi is derived from the Sanskrit ṛṣi, which means 'seer'; i.e. a wandering hermit, who, as a result of intense practice of austerities, has acquired various supernatural abilities. ...

Blessed Lipstick for Influential Speech in order to Persuade and Seduce People

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In many Southeast Asian cultures lipsticks and lip balms have become today's most popular kind of amulet among those who seek alternative ways to improve certain aspects in their personal lives. Young adult females often use this kind of amulet to enhance their physical appearance in the eyes of those whom they wish to attract. ...

Antique Talismanic Keris Patrem Kebo Teki to Bring a Surplus of Wealth

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Forged into the traditional Javanese dapur model of Kebo Teki, the keris patrem is a classic example of Indonesia's invaluable cultural heritage. Though in fact the Kebo Teki, also known as Mahesa Teki, is a common dapur of the olden days, yet the unique talismanic (patrem) variant of this ancient model is quite rare. The ...

Kejawen Amulet empowered with the Aji Rajah Kalacakra Mantra of Traditional Javanese Mysticism

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Mystical objects made from deerskin are ranked among the most powerful amulets and talismans in Java. In fact, this goes for the whole of the Indonesian archipelago, as the sacred value of this kind of amulet is unsurpassed. The deer plays an important role in ancient Javanese Hindu-Buddhist mythology, i.e. the golden deer of the ...