Tag Archives Protection & Evasion

Powerful Panca Warna Jasper Jewel from Java (including Free eBook!)

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When it comes to jasper stones, Indonesia is generally considered the best place where one can find some of the most beautiful gems in the world. There is, however, one specific type of jasper that cannot be found anywhere else but in Central Java. This rare variety is commonly known as pancawarna, which literally means ...

Sufi Talisman Ring featuring Imam Al-Haddad’s Invocative Symbol to Request Blessings for Divine Guidance

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The talismanic ring features the Arabic character 'Ḥ' (ح) with the numbers '1030' (١٠٧٠) above and '110' (١١٠) in the center. Together, these numerals and letter in Arabic represent an ancient codified Islamic magical spell by Imām `Abd Āllah ibn `Alawī al-Haddā'd (1634-1710 CE), who was a skilled blacksmith and renown sufi master from Tarim ...

Naturally Magnetic Balinese Badar Besi Stone with Golden Hue revealing Its Potent Energetic Properties

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Badar besi is a natural metallic rock with inherent metaphysical power. Rare amulets of this kind can be found only in certain caves that are deemed to be holy as a result of several saintly figures having stayed there in the past to perform their spiritual practice, like meditation. This naturally magnetic stone comes from ...

Threefold Islamic Amulet Set containing Magical Love Potion, Mystical Protection Stone, and Paper Taweez for Success

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In total, there are three items included in this Islamic amulet set, namely: (1) a small bottle of magical saffron oil; (2) a folded paper taweez featuring Arabic spells; and (3) a mystical stone from a sacred site. Together they serve as a powerful set of talismans. Each of these ritual objects is thoroughly infused ...

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 ...