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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 ...

Indigenous Sundanese Shamanic Jasper Amulet in Handmade Silver Pendant with Dhemit Spirit Attached

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The elegant, oblong-shaped gemstone is set in a handmade silver pendant. It is a genuine Indonesian jasper stone from Garut, West Java. The valley of Garut Regency is inextricably linked to indigenous Sundanese shamanism, for indeed, its soil is considered sacred by the adherents of the local Sunda Wiwitan belief system. Also, the volcanoes surrounding ...

Sacred Keris Sombro Ritual Dagger from the Tangguh Pajajaran (12th Century CE) with Pamor Kulit Semangka Pattern

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The Sombro dapur is a very special keris model that differs from any other sacred daggers from Indonesia. To begin with, a Sombro is much smaller than most other kerises. For instance, the standard length of a keris blade is approximately 33-38 cm, whereas the total length of the Sombro's blade measures only 19.5 cm. ...

Keris Sempaner with Pamor Adeg Sapu from the Ancient Sundanese Segaluh Kingdom (12th Century CE)

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The keris Sempaner is a traditional heirloom item (pusaka) from the time of the ancient Kingdom of Sunda and Galuh in West Java, Indonesia. In general, Sundanese artifacts from the tangguh Segaluh era (12th century CE) are extremely rare since there are very few archaeological remains from this historical period. Though it was a predominantly ...

Sundanese Talismanic Kujang Knife endowed with Magical Qualities of Protection, Good Luck and Fortune

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The kujang is a traditional Indonesian weapon native to the Sundanese people of West Java. Just like the keris and many other Indonesian cultural artifacts, the kujang is filled with mystery. It is a traditional custom for the Sundanese to look after the kujang as their precious family pusaka (heirloom). However, the knife also plays ...