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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 ...

Genuine Indonesian Solomonic Jumbo Taweez with Turbo Magic Power for Evermore Provisions

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Released in a special jumbo edition, this large taweez is a prime example of contemporary Indonesian Islamic material art holding true spiritual value. The mystical object is made by hand, using genuine deerskin from Rembang in East Java. There it has also been properly blessed by a local dukun of repute, who consecrated the amulet ...

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 ...

Kejawen Talisman with Handwritten Kalacakra Spell for Removal of Bad Luck and Evasion of Hostility

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Kalacakra in both Sanskrit and Javanese means 'wheel of time' ('kala': time; 'cakra': wheel). 'Kala' also refers to the Lord of Time; i.e., Baṭṭhara Kala, a deity in the Hindu and Buddhist pantheon. Indeed, kalacakra is a key term in ancient Indian philosophy and religion (most notably in Hinduism and Buddhism), as well as in ...

Occult Parchment Taweez featuring Islamic Spells written in Arabic with the Archaic Syriac Script

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In the old days Malay Muslims made their pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia by boat, traveling from Indonesia to Malaysia, onwards to Bangladesh, from there to Southeast India, and then finally from Sri Lanka to Aden in Yemen. Pilgrims along this route often carried a talisman with them to ensure ...