Tag Archives Kanuragan & Kadigdayaan

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 ...

Hand Carved Black Nephrite Jadeite Pendant of a Crouching Tiger with an Aura of Invincibility

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On the front of the pendant there is the hand carved image of a crouching tiger, which has been inspired by the ancient Chinese-Indonesian art of the kraton (royal palace) of Cirebon. The tiger is depicted in a position where its knees are bent and the upperbody is brought forward and down. The animal adopts ...

Black Jade Tiger Pendant for Invulnerability against Disgraceful Acts of Treason and Extortion

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Natural black nephrite jadeite is commonly known as black jade. The rock owes its color to the microscopic inclusions of dark minerals. Thus, the graphite at the stone's inclusions cause it become dark green or even black. The main composition, therefore, bears some resemblance to ink, for indeed, this dense variety of (ferro-) hornblende jade ...

Gigantic Sacred Silver-hued Badar Besi Stone Talisman empowered according to Traditional Banten Magic Method

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Generally, golden and silver badar besi stones are the rarest variants of this mystical amulet. Many legends surround the sacred elemental, telling us about the miraculous supernatural powers these amulets are believed to possess. According to the renowned dukuns living in Banten, West Java, genuine badar besi serves as a vessel for benevolent jinn, dhêmit, ...

Lavish Golden Badar Besi Amulet infused with the Magical Power of a Khodam Spirit

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These days the highly sought-after badar besi stones seem to become increasingly difficult to find, due to the many fakes and imitations that circulate the amulet market today. And even if one does find a genuine piece, one often will be disappointed to learn that it did not undergo any consecration ritual whatsoever. Unlike in ...