Indonesian Keris Talisman with Magical Islamic Formulas for Wealth Increase and Accumulation of Riches

Indonesian Keris Talisman with Magical Islamic Formulas for Wealth Increase and Accumulation of Riches

The Indonesian keris is internationally praised for its magical powers. Since time immemorial Indo-Malay people have used the keris in traditional rituals and ceremonies. Its primary function, therefore, is not that of a thrusting weapon but rather a ritual instrument. This means that the keris is considered a sacred object; i.e. a talisman. Much of […]

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Islamic Magical Cloth empowered with the Divine Characteristics of the Prophet Yusuf and 5 Holy Quranic Verses serving Multiple Purposes

Islamic Magical Cloth empowered with the Divine Characteristics of the Prophet Yusuf and 5 Holy Quranic Verses serving Multiple Purposes

The white Islamic magical cloth is an authentic Indonesian amulet, using powerful love spells written in red saffron ink. During the consecration ritual the dukun performed various incantations to invoke the divine characteristics of the Prophet Yūsuf (Joseph, son of Jacob). Thereby the dukun transmitted the prophet’s blessings of love and affection on to the […]

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Keris Amulet with Islamic Spells embossed and Sacred Brass Sheath wrapped in Red Magical Cord

Keris Amulet with Islamic Spells embossed and Sacred Brass Sheath wrapped in Red Magical Cord

One of Indonesia’s most precious cultural heritage objects is undoubtedly the keris, a ritual dagger richly endowed with mystical qualities. The ancient tradition of keris forging dates back to eleventh century AD, though some Indonesians believe the keris was already in use in Java around the sixth century AD. Either way, the truth is that […]

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

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

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 an […]

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Blessed Eyeliner with Irresistible Power of Attraction

Blessed Eyeliner with Irresistible Power of Attraction

In South and Southeast Asian cultures, including Indonesia, blessed cosmetics are a woman’s first choice when it comes to wearing magical items. The same holds true for women in countries in the Middle East. Especially in Islamic countries where it is customary for women to cover their face with a veil (ḥijāb). This, of course, […]

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