Tag Archives Protection & Evasion

Metal Scroll with Gold Leaf

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This metal scroll ('takrut') is inscribed with sacred yantras and consecrated by the Buddhist monk Luang Por Ruay of Wat Khao Wong Nong Muang, Thailand. After it was ritually consecrated according the ancient tradition, Luang Por Ruay rolled up the metal plate and sealed the metal scroll with a piece of gold leaf. This traditional ...

Tiger Head Rêsi Master Amulet made from Sacred Metals, Minerals and Stones + Magical Yantra Scroll

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This amulet is made and consecrated by the Buddhist monk Luang Por Kalong of Wat Kaolam, Thailand. Before Luang Por Kalong would consecrate an item or give someone his blessings, he would first touch with his thumb a crystal fang in the roof cavity of his mouth; a supernatural feature similar to that of the ...

Tiger Rêsi Statuette with Magical Yantra Scroll and Tiger Fur

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This statuette is made and consecrated by the Buddhist monk Luang Por Samang, the abbot of Wat Bang Phra. On the base of the statuette, there are sacred characters handwritten by Luang Por Samang himself. There is also a tiny metal scroll with yantras inscribed on it and a piece of tiger fur inserted in ...

Metal Scroll inscribed with 108 Yantra for Good Luck and Protection

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This is a metal scroll (called 'takrut' in Thailand) that contains a sacred design of 108 yantra (called 'yant' in Thailand). The metal scroll is inscribed by the venerable Buddhist monk Luang Por Win from Malaysia. In Hindu-Buddhist philosophy, the number 108 stands for infinity; hence, '108 Yantra' means a most auspicious number of yantras, ...

Keris Sinom Wora-wari from the Tangguh Kahuripan Era (10th-11th Century)

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It is not often that one comes across an ancient keris that has been preserved in top condition like this. Though the pamor motif is a little faded here and there, yet the ricikan are still clearly visible and remained pretty much intact. And for a straight-bladed keris ('lurus'), this dapur is elaborated with quite ...