Magic SEA Underground targets to be a catchall for all popular magic rituals across the Southeast Asia regions. Most of the introductory materials are copied from the intranet just to make a point, or translated into English and provided as it is under one roof to ease your reading. This blog materials are for light reading purpose only. By 'underground' means this is a black box blog, no references to original sources will be provided.
Friday, September 7, 2012
The Bulu Perindu Love Oil
In the supernatural world of SEA, the name “Bulu Perindu”
(Yearning Hair) has a sound reputation amongst local folks. “Bulu Perindu” is
quite different from “Buluh Perindu” (Yearning Bamboo) however. “Buluh Perindu”
is a name given to a type of bamboo that does not have holes in its stems. On
the other hand “Bulu Perindu” is a type of plant that resembles thick hairs and
can move by itself. This type of plant can only be found in thick forests.
There are some suggestions that one can also find “Bulu Perindu” in the nest of
“Bulu Perindu” is around 5 to 10 centimetre long and the
thickness is less than 1 centimetre. It has a brownish and blackish colour;
basically a “Bulu Perindu” looks very much like our eye lid hair. It become
hardens when dried but become flexible in wet condition.
The making of “Bulu Perindu” love oil is a highly guarded
secret amongst the local SEA magician as the “Bulu Perindu” oil can fetch to
fairly high price. Wonder why I am exposing this secret openly?
yourself some green coconuts that are facing the sun light in the morning; do
not let the coconut fall onto the ground.
the coconut milk until it produces oil.
a small bottle for the coconut oil and two pieces of “Bulu Perindu”.
you must perform an empowerment ritual for the “Bulu Perindu” oil:
the ritual on a Thursday night.
perform Solat Tahajud 2 raka’at.
tawassul Al-Fatihah to Prophet Muhamad, the four angels, the four companions,
Syekh Abdul Qodir Al Jaelani.
“Hu Allah” 1000x.
a short prayer expressing your intention to obtain the benefits of this “Bulu