Here you will find information about rituals of various schools in Asia and the world, ghost stories, martial arts and herbs etc. You are welcomed to enjoy the materials if they please you. I do not wish to endorse magic of any sorts. All materials are for entertainment purposes only.
Friday, September 21, 2012
Calling Kuntilanak From Afar
A Kuntilanak is the ghost of a woman die in giving birth.
This is the Javanese version of Pontianak. As to which one is more fearsome,
you tell me after trying out the below rituals J:
Below poem is said to be a mantra for conjuring a kuntilanak
popularized by the film “Kuntilanak” star by Julia Estele. I am not going to elaborate
in detail about the authenticity of this poem:
sliramu tumeking sirno.
ojo tangi nggonmu
awas jo ngetoro
aku lagi bang wingo
jin setan kang tak
dadyo sebarang wojo
It can be translated roughly as below:
“During the night you
start to shine.
Do not awaken from
Be careful as not to
I am nervous,
I order you the jinn
Do whatever you will,
But do not bring about
I do think this is a good pass time if you and your
girlfriend have run out of ideas of what to do during your date and wanted some
element of horror for cooling down during a summer night, then do the
·Go to a known haunted place preferable a place
such as cemetery with huge ancient trees.
·The best timing is on a Tuesday or a Friday
night; or on Halloween night.
·You and your girl sing in turn the above poem.
I guarantee that you will have an unforgettable night! (At your own risks, of course)
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