Tag Archives Kanuragan & Kadigdayaan

Sorcerous Snakeskin Agate Amulet Ring empowered with Kanuragan Magic

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This type of agate owes it name from the gemstone's featured pattern, which clearly resembles a snake's skin. It is actually a fossil, not from a snake but a fish. Hence some people say the stone's motif resembles fish scales rather than snakeskin. Either way, Indonesian agates of this particular kind have a good reputation ...

Real Javanese Guardian Spirit Belt Amulet to bring about Successful Social Appearance and Professional Performance

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Designed to wear around the waist, the Islamic taweez can be strung unto a conventional belt. In this way, the talisman can be worn at the back of one's body, without attracting too much attention. However, it is also possible to simply hang the amulet in one's place of residence or work, depending on one's ...

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 ...

Antique Bhuta Danganan Keris Hilt Figure carved from Deer Antler imbued with Demoniac Qualities

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Bhūtas are the demonic creatures of the underworld. In Bali, however, nature spirits and demigods are often equated to the bhūta as well. In Balinese folklore they are portrayed as hungry ghosts and wandering spirits. Yet not all of them are evil, for indeed, there are also many benevolent ones among them. Therefore, it is ...

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 ...