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Saturday, May 26, 2012

An Open Message From Riad

Below is a message that I pass on to persons who wanted to take magic as their path. Something for us to ponder about...

Hi Liew,


I have tried some al himaa stuff from indonesian roots,but being sure of their effectiveness is a rare possibility.

the islamic occult sciences boast a lot of power and I being a muslim can confirm the pride some muslims take in the power of the saints they belive or follow.

however manifestation seems to be a far cry from reality. one may feel a bit lifted after chanting the shalawat or the great ayatul kursi verse that is so popular but

getting help that strikes like a lightning perhaps requires a saint like sunan Muriya or sheikh Abdul Qadir Jilani.


And one more thing I have come to know from practising amels (adepts) is that people who have black magic,jinss, dark evil spirits attached to them or people in the same house

will find great obstacles in successful chanting. It has also been advised that before starting any such chanting/rituals one must check if any such entities are with him/her and get rid of them.

i myself have suffered endlessly from such things and still going through a lot................ god bless !!!!


these things destroy your aura and drain all your energies and you start to doubt God and all good sources of divine help. you take one step forwards and two steps backwards.


right now at this moment as I am writing I am being paralysed and this has been going on for years destroying all my success and life in general.

all rituals have been disrupted by this dark aura and spirits.


I know people throw pranks and say all sorts of things but if you are ever under the influence of this black magic and the magician is a powerful one then all your efforts can slip away and be ruined

u wont even know .................unless some saint or adept points it out to you. even powerful adepts are not safe from these satanic forces.


I hope I have been able to convey a message I felt was very important to pass on.


Regards


Riad

Are You Ready For Occult Practices?


In the process of Magic SEA blog writing, I received many mails along the way ... though I am not a psychologist, I am just able to summarise some characters that are not suitable to practise magic rituals:



1.      Always scare of spirits, wearing multiple protective talismans, asking multiple repeated unrelated questions aimlessly. This is a show of persons with weak souls and unconfident personalities.

2.      People always trying something new due to curiosity.

3.      Persons who are easily swayed by others and immature in nature.

4.      Persons who wanted immediate results and value for money from their spending on magic rituals. (Sorry. You will almost get disappointments.)

5.      Persons who do not want to spend any money but to get copies of manuals from others. (They forget that the power of magic is not in the manual, but from the unbroken lineage blessing of gurus.)

6.      If you are still in your youth, then please do not engage in magic practices as ideally, you should enjoy your life with your friends and earn some savings for your old days. Magic will almost certainly give you a negative return on investments in long run.

7.      People who are sceptics. Well, no point in investing your energy and time over magic and play pranks on others.

8.      People who wanted to achieve 6th senses, be it remote viewing or opening 3rd eye eagerly.

9. People who whant to use magic to control everyone even to the extent of own parents.



The above pointers are just some of my personal opinions to think about before sending emails to me.

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Thank You For Visiting

Hello All,

I am temporary closing this blog due to an engagement in a meditational retreat.

It is of my growing concerns of the behaviour of some of the visitors that are throwing rumours and playing pranks. That is contrary to my initial intention of sharing occult knowledge for all.

While this seems to be a down thing, the actions also brought to the question that if we should to go back to our religious study proper. First, lest ask ourselves if we are already prepared to practise occult before we judge if the rituals are workable.

If you have any burning issues, please leave your concerns and I will come back to you ASAP.


This blog will be 'private'. Access by permission only.

Thank you.

Blessings,
Liew

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

The 12 Earthly Branches (十二地支)



The Twelve Earthly Branches are used to describe the operation cycle of the moon. This is a frequently used method in Taoist magic ritual.



1.      “Zhi”  is the meaning of propagation, refers to things propagate and growing.

2.      “Chou” meaning, following and a series of long growth.

3.      “Yin” meaning the shift and moving, referring to things buddingt, cited born out of the ground.

4.      “Mao” meaning plants coming out from the land.

5.      “Chen” means shock, things grow with vibration.

6.      “Si” means the growth of plants are completed.

7.      “Wu” means the plants are grown with heavy foliage.

8.      “Wei” means the growth of plants are in a stagnant stage.

9.      “Shen” means basically all the plants are already formed.

10.  “You” means the aging process.

11.  “Xu” means destructions, and things are rotten off.

12.  “Hai” means everything going into hibernation.



Thus, the twelve Earthly Branches, the moon's waxing and waning related to repeating the cycle of the moon the same direct impact on everything.



十二地支是用来描绘月亮的运行周期的。



1.      子是孳的意思,是指万物孳萌既动之阳气下。

2.      丑是纽、系的意思,继萌而系长。

3.      寅(读银yin)是移、动的意思,指物芽稍吐,引而生之,移出于地。

4.      卯是冒的意思,指万物冒地而出。

5.      辰是震的意思,物经震动而长。

6.      巳(读寺si)是起,巳的意思,指万物到此已经毕尽而出了。

7.      午是仵的意思,指万物盛大枝柯密布。

8.      末是昧的意思,指阴气已长,万物稍衰,体暧昧。

9.      申是申的意思,指万物的身体都已完成。

10.  酉是老的意思,指万物老极而成熟。

11.  戍(shu数)是灭的意思,指万物皆衰灭。

12.  亥是核的意思,指万物收藏而坚核。


由此可见,十二地支于月亮的阴晴圆缺有关,而月亮的循环往复的周期,同样对万物产生直接影响。

Monday, May 21, 2012

The Sword Of Wind (Sini Yaman)

This is one of four very sharp prayers. The other is fire, water and earth. Below high level practice, acts as fast as wind blow. Enough said. For your eyes only.

BISMILAHIROHMANIRROHIM


SUBHANALLOHIL ABADIL ABAD SUBHANALLOHIL FARDISSHOMAD SUBHANALLOHIL WAHIDIL AHAD SUBHANALLOHI MINA RO’ISSAMAWATI BIGHOIRI ‘AMAD SUBHANALLOHI MAN BASATHOL ARDLINA ‘ALAL MA-I NUJAMMAD SUBHANALLOHI MAN KHOLAQOL KHOLAIQO WA AHTHOYAHUMUL ‘ADAD SUBHANALLOHI MAN QOSAMAL ARZAAQIYA WALAM YANYA AHAD SUBHANALLOHI LAM YATAKHID SHOHIBATAN WAWALADA SUBHANALLOHI MALLAM YALID WALAM YULAD WALAM YAKULLAHU KUFUAN AHAD.


BISMILLAHIROHMANIRROHIM

‘AZAMTU ‘ALAIKUM YA ASH-HABAS SIHRI WALWASWASI WA AQSAMTU BIKA YA ALLOHU WABIHAQQI KHIDLRIN WAILYASIN WABIHAQQI KAHIJIN MAHIJIN KAHKAHIJIN (JIJUJIN 2x) WABIHAQQI KAHIJIN MAHIJIN AZRIN ANJASIN WABIHAQQI AADAMA WANUHIN WA’TASHOMTU BIKA MIN SYARI ALJININ WALINSI WAL AHROMINA WAS SYAYATHINA WALJUNUDI WALSIBA’I WAMIN KULLIL ATATI WAL ‘AHATI WA’TASHOMTU BIKA MIN KULLI BAKAIN WABIHAQQI DANIYALIN WABIHAQQI (IJIN 3X) DARISIN NURISIN WABIHAQQI AHIYAN SYAROHIYYAN ADUNIN ASHBAUTIN WABIHAQQI ‘ISHMATIKA YA ALLOH (IHFADLNI 3X) WABIHAQQI MUSA WA ‘ISYA WABIHAQQI DAWUDA WAZAKARIYYA WABIHAQQI ISMA’ILA WAYAHYA WABIHAQQI IDRIS WA TSITSIN WABIHAQQI MUHAMMADIN SOLLAHU ‘ALAIHI WASALAM WA’ALA JAMII’AN ANBIYA-I WALMURRALINA TAWAKKALTU ‘ALAL HAYYILLADZI LABIDAYATULAHU WA’TASHOMTU BIKA MIN SYARRIL JINNI WALINSI BIQIROATID DU’A-IS SYAIFI WASTAJIBNI DU’A-I NA YA GHIYYATSYAL MUSTAGHITSINA AGHISYNI YA MAN LAISA KAMITSLIHI SYAI-UN WAHUWAS SAMI’UN BASHIR HASBUNALLOHU WANI’MAN NASHIR GHUFRONAKA ROBBANA WAILAIKAL MASHIR WASOLALLOHU ‘ALA KHOIRI KHOLQIHI MUHAMMADIN WA ALIHI WA ASHABIHI AJMA’IN AAMIN.

A Collection Of Asma Sunge Rajeh (ASR)

I don't know how many versions of Asma Sunge Rajeh are there out there, but I think I just list down whatever I have for sharing purposes:

1. ASR Batu (Rock)
INNA QUWATIN NATA FATINA FATIHATAN KABANA

2. ASR Kayu (Wood)
INNA QUWWATIN HANIAN GHOIRO MANIAN

3. ASR Emas (Gold)
INNA QUWATIN NAKATAHTA KITABAN NATA YAQSONIAH

4. ASR Besi (Iron)
INNA QUWATIN NAKATAHTA KITABAN NATA FATINA LAJNATUSHOLDUN ASMAN KAFANZA

5. ASR Tembaga (Copper)
INNA QUWATIN NAKATAHTA FATINA NAHUSIN UDZIBAT

6. ASR Matahari (Sun)
INNA QUWATI KALMASIN AB'I SAMAWAT SYAMSUN

7. ASR Bintang (Star)
INNA QUWATIN KAUKABIN TSAWABIT MALIKNI QOLBUN TANAFAROTH

8. ASR Bulan (Moon)
INNA QUWATIN KITABAN NATAH INAKATABA AZIZA QUWATA

9. ASR Hindi
INNAWATI ANJANABATI SYABANI AMTAJABAWI NATAJABANI MA'TABI KITABANA

If you have more... let me know.

Saturday, May 19, 2012

The Game Of A Princess (Main Puteri)




“Main Puteri” is sometimes called “Main Peteri”, “Main Teri” means “the princess’s game”. As Performance Theater, “Main Puteri” has the same status with Mak Yong, Menora, Dikir Barat and Wayang Kulit. Traditionally “Main Puteri” is performed as a shamanic ritual to cure the sick or in another words, it is used as a psychological therapeutic method.



Once upon a time, this ritual is also used to heel a village, padi field blessing and sea side blessing. Now-a-days however, people treat Main Puteri as a source of entertainment only.



The Origin



According to a verbal source, Main Puteri was originated from the era of Pincess Saadong reinged (1663-1667) in Kelantan. This performance was said to be created to revive the broken heart of Princess Saadong. Because of that, there is an incantation called “Gerak Jinjang Raja”

Is used to strengthen and revive the princess’s sorrowful mind. Of course, there are still many different views onto the source of this ritual.



The Ritual Outline (To make long story short)



1.      Things such as turmeric rice (cooked and raw), flower water, chicken egg, bertih and dadar must be prepared. On top of that, candles, bananas, benzoic incense and betel leaves must also be prepared.

2.      A food offering feast normally preceded the ritual. The purpose of this feast is to treat all the devas, jinns, ghost or any illness related spirits so that once they are happy, they will leave the patient alone.

3.      Due to Islamic influence, the opening ritual begins with a prayer to God, the four angels and the four friends: Ya Ali, Ya Umar, Ya Usman and Ya Abu Bakar. Added to that are another two angels: Kiraman and Katibin.

4.      Followed by an incantation to pay respect to the spiritual world:

a.       “Saydan alam, marilah bersama-sama aku. Akulah bomoh yang asal, bomoh yang usul, bomoh yang tidak tiru. Bomoh turun temurun. Marilah mu bersama-sama. Aku nak buat kenduri khidmat. Assalamualaikum! Aku kirim salam kepada Jin Tanah. Aku Tahu asalmu, keluar daripada air ketubang. Marilah kita jadi bomoh tabib berdua!”

b.      “Aku kirim salam kepada angkatan sebelah sinar naik; kepada angkatan Ajar lalu camping yang dating. Angkatan yang dating daripada Maharaja Bala, angkatan Dewa Nor, Arpah Nor, Hulubalang sapi, hulubalang napi, Hulubalang shaman Sang Priagana Sang Priagani, Hulubalang Maharaja Kadok Kaca, Wong Agong Perang Bahaya, Sang Siu Maharaja Mambang Pertama, raja pari kedua, raja hantu ketiga, Sahabat keempat, Nenek Bujang Jora, Awan satura honh-kong daun, dan angkatan Dewa Sinar Matahari, yang duduk bertapa di bawah baloh bulan di kandung matahari, angkatan Dewa Visnu, siapa ampunya tuan? Indera Dewa! Indera Dewa yang memegang teluk, dusun, maya, kampong, mu terimalah kenduri khidmat aku ini: nasi kunyit, dadar, bertih, sirih pinang sepiak dan air tawar kerana aku hendak bernain puteri bersukaderia. Dengan berkat la-ila…”

5.      Then this is followed by “buka panggung” or “opening of theater”. This portion of the ritual is also known as “bertabik” or “salutation”

a.       Accompanied by ritual music, additional prayer to elemental spirits: earth, water, fire and air. Assurance is given to the spirits that the ritual is for good only.

6.      Now the shaman will recite a mantra and gradually go into a trance. The spirits that are deemed to cause troubles are summoned to ask for the reasons of their trouble. And what are the conditions that the spirits will leave the patient. Somehow or rather, a deal is struck and the shaman came out from his trance.

7.      Normally, an additional offering of food is made to the spirits the following day with additional mantra recitations. After the ritual, the food stuffs are put into a small boat and the boat is then released into a river.



Some shaman uses a Wayang Kulit puppet to call upon his spirit helpers. In that case, I do believe that the Wayang Kulit ritual is close related to this Main Puteri. May be I will take a closer look at a later date.


Friday, May 18, 2012

Wayang Kulit & Wish Fulfilling Ritual



First, for those who are uninitiated, let us go over an introduction as to what Wayang Kulit really is. Or you can find more info in the Web:



Introduction To Wayang Kulit



The Wayang Kulit is a traditional theatre form that brings together the playfulness of a puppet show, and the elusive quality and charming simplicity of a shadow play.



Its origin remains a mystery, though it appears to have a strong Javanese and Hindu influence. Today, it is spread out, in various forms and guises, across Asia -- from Turkey and China to Indonesia and of course, Malaysia.



Wayang Kulit is most popular in the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia, particularly in Kelantan, the heartland of Wayang Kulit, where it took root more than 250 years ago. Today, however, urbanisation and modern entertainment have led to a decline in its popularity.



There used to be four main varieties of the form in this country: the Wayang Kulit Siam of Kelantan; the Wayang Gedek, performed by the Thai communities of Kedah and Perlis; the Wayang Kulit Jawa, performed by the Javanese communities in Selangor and Johor; and the Wayang Kulit Melayu, performed by the Javanese communities of Terengganu. Today, only the first two are performed.



All of the varieties of this unique theatre form employ the principle of light and shadow to bring to life its characters, depicted by intricately carved puppets. The flat two-dimensional puppets are carved out of cow or buffalo hide, then they are painted, all by hand.



Each puppet, a stylised exaggeration of the human shape, is given a distinctive appearance and not unlike its string puppet cousins, has jointed “arms”. There may be as many as 40 puppet characters, all with different traits and mannerisms, in a performance.



The master puppeteer and storyteller known as the Tok Dalang is responsible for breathing life into this array of characters.



During a typical performance, which can last several few hours, the Tok Dalang sits behind a semi-transparent white cloth which acts as a screen. The puppet figures are silhouetted onto the screen with an oil lamp/light bulb as the light source.



The stories of the wayang kulit are traditionally based on the Hindu epics of the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. Usually, the Tok Dalang begins by introducing the main characters; first the puppet storyteller, followed by Maharaja Wana (Rawana), Sri Rama (Rama), Siti Dewa (Sita), the Laksamana and the court jesters, Pak Dogol and Wak Long.



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The shadow play is invariably accompanied by a gamelan orchestra, one that consists of about 10 to 30 musicians.



Traditionally, the Wayang Kulit is staged during religious festivals and important occasions, such as weddings, births and circumcision. Primarily, it was taken as an entertainment medium. However, it also served to impart moral values, as well as to pass down folklore and historical tales.



Like many other art forms in Malaysia, it was believed to have strong ties to the spirit world. It used to be customary to make food offerings to the spirits during and after a performance, but this practice is now frowned upon. Anyway, let us explore the ritual proper below.





The Siamese Wayang Kulit Ritual Proper




Below is the ritual as I still can remember it:



1.      Food offerings such as roast chicken, satay, banana, betel leaves, fruits, flowers, eggs, rice, sweets, coconuts, drinks etc. must be prepared beforehand.

2.      Also prepare some earth wares for containing portion of foods for the spirits.

3.      We also need some mats, one for each of the Wayang Kulit puppets.

4.      On a darker side of the ritual, some white chicken blood and black chicken blood is added to make the Wayang Kulit puppets “angry” or fierce.

5.      Now, gather four handful of earth while reciting mantra for gathering earth. The earth is wrapped with a cloth and put in the center of the Wayang Kulit stage.

6.      The mats are laid in front of the Wayang Kulit stage and an earth ware containing food staffs are put on the mat, together with one white candle and black incense.

7.      Draw a talisman or “tangkai” and inscribe your date of birth on it then hang it over the entrance of your house.

8.      Draw another “tangkai” and put it into an earth ware then cover the mouth of the earth ware with another “tangkai”.

9.      All the ritual stuffs and food offerings are set accordingly.

10.  The mater of ceremony must bath with flower of seven colors before the mantra recitation can begin.

11.  When everything is ready, the master recites a conjuration to invite the spirits to come and enjoy the food offerings. This must be done for three rounds.

12.  After the completion of the food offering ritual, all food stuffs and the pot containing “tangkai” is buried into a place that is thought to be haunted or under a big tree. This location is marked as you will need to revisit the place on the full moon night to continue the offering and praying.

13.  The Wayang Kulit puppets and the bundle of earth are then worshipped under the house’s main altar.

14.  As it was pointed above, this ritual was customary performed before and after a Wayang Kulit show or some practitioner also make it an annual event to bless their houses. I had a friend who still keeps this tradition when I last met him quite many years ago.



As before, the “tangkai” and “jampi” (incantation) were not included as I am still struggling to make sense of them. Once I have gone through with the ritual, I may publish them for your reading pleasure. J

The Invocation Of Leak (Leyak)



This leak ritual reminds me of the tantric dakini ritual, or some people also call dakini as vajrayogini or the “sky walker”. Some portraits show vajrayogini to be standing on one leg and fly without wings. Originally the dakini ritual is practised at cemetry area, using human "kapala" or skull cup to contain the offerings. The practice of dakini belong to the practice of highest yoga tanra. There are two stages: the generation and completion stage. Only practitioners received full empowerments and oral instructions are allowed to practise this ritual.



Ok, Let us come back to "leak" or "leyak". Basically according to the palm leave teachings, there are two ways for an individual to become a “leak”. The first is with the power of mantra and one’s internal energy, through the practice of shape shift and Kundalini yoga. The second one is through direct invocation of leak spirit in the wild. This Aji Pengleyakan Sanghyang Sarasija Maya is the transformation of leak using external force.



First the below offerings must be prepared:



1.      Black glutinous rice

2.      One rosted black feather chicken

3.      Eleven pieces of canang gantal, canang lenga wangi, canang burat wangi, paspan and the container of the offerings (sanggah cucuk)



This ritual must be performed in the middle of the night, near the vicinity of a crematorium. After the offerings are set, the magician must face the “sanggah cucuk” to perform the below recitation:





“HIDEP AKU SANGHYANG MAYA HIRENG. MELANG-MELANG KADI INDIT. WIJIL GENI HIRENG RING WUWUNANKU. DUMILAH KADI TATHIT. MANGEDEG AKU MAREP WETAN. MANEMBAH KI LEYAK PUTIH RING AKU, MANGADEG AKU MAREP KIDUL, MANEMBAH KI LEYAK ABANG RING AKU. MANGADEG AKU MAREP KULON, MANEMBAH KI LEYAK KUNING RING AKU.



 MANGADEG AKU MAREP LOR, MANEMBAH KI LEYAK HIRENG RING AKU.



 GURUN TA MAGURU RING AKU. APAN AKU SANGHYANG KUNDHI MANIK  HIRENG. MANGADEG AKU TAN PATALAPAKAN. MIBER AKU TAN PAHELAR. TAN HANA JURANG, TAN HANA PNGKUNG, TEKA ASAH, ASAH, ASAH. AKU ANGADEG TENGAH ING TAN HANA. SARWA DETYA, DANAWA, RAKSASA, SARWA DEWA, WIDYADARA-WIDYADARI, RUMANGSUK RING AWAK SARIRANKU, AKU ANGRANGSUK SARWA AENG, SARWA GALAK. SINGHA RING TANGANKU TENGEN.



 BARONG RING TANGANKU KIWA. GARUDA RING AREPKU. NAGA RING

 WUNGKURKU SING ANELENG AWAK SASIRANKU PADA NGEB. TEKA NGEB SIREP KUKUL DUNGKUL KE SATRU MUSUHKU KABEH. KUMATAP-KUMITIP NGEB. SING MATANGAN, MASOCA. MAKARNA, MAHIRUNG, MACANGKEM, PADA NGEB.



 TAN KWASA NGUCAP-UCAP AWAK SAIRANKU. PAMEDHI NGEB. PANUNGGUN KARANG NGEB. TONYAN MARGA NGEB. ASU NGEB. SING MARA PADA BEGA. MANAK I CILI MANANDAN. SAKTI KAMAJAYA. MARGA KITA RING GAGELANG, MULIH NGAMBAH KABETEN LANGKANGANE. SIREP BUNGKEM SASTRU MUSUHKU WONG KABEH. TAN KWASA NGUCAP -UCAP AWAK SARIRANKU. POMA, POMA, POMA.”



It is said that through such a ritual, a magician can be transformed into a leak. This appearance can be reflected in a mirror when the above mantra is recited.



According to the legend, the leak of this Ajian can stand without the need to touch the ground, and it can fly without wings; and no hill or valley can deter it. Its head emits black fire accompanied by lighting like sparks. When it stands and faces the East, the leak that emits white flame will bow to it, when it stands and faces the south, all the leaks that emit red flames will bow to it, when it stands and faces West, all the leaks that emit yellow fire will bow to it, and when it faces the North, all the leak that emit black flame will bow to it. All the leaks, monsters and devas fear and learn from this Ajian. Even the dogs stop barking and fall asleep soundly. When the brave people track this leak, they will become mum and transfixed due to energy exhaustion. It is with such extraordinary abilities that this leak can perform its deeds with ease.


Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Snake Magic From Bali


Snake magic is known as “guna kama lelipi”. There are many versions of this type of magic. There are the types that use the mating fluid from snakes, the sliver of snake and some even up to the extent of using the mating body of the snake pair. This type of magic is normally used for treating love affairs. But it may be used for gambling purposes as well. Well, the story goes that when you came across snake mating; cover the mating snakes with a piece of cloth. The snakes’ mating fluid will surely stick onto the cloth. Bring the piece of cloth along for gambling and it is said that the chances of winning is great. But remember not to wash the cloth, otherwise the power will fade once the fluid is gone.



One of the magic that uses snake is called “Guna Piwelas Jaring Sutra”



The mantra:



“Om Kaki Ula Bhumi,

Aku Angamet Atmane si anu (name of the person)

Tuminggalin Awak Sariranku,

Teka Poma (3x)

Kadep Sidhi Mandhi Mantramku”



Application:

1.      If you want to use the snake magic, recite the mantra 3 times. Blow a breath onto your right palm and rub on your target’s shoulder.

2.      If you are using the snake skin, then burn the snake skin into ashes, recite the mantra and rub the ash to your target.

3.      For bad purposes: it is used to “tame” opposite sex, as if love magic.

4.      For good purposes: it is used to harmonize relationships within a family.





Final note: I am not responsible on to whatever consequences arise if any of the people tempts the ritual. The risk is yours. This ritual is nevertheless not good to find an ideal partner as it will bring very bad side effects onto the next generations to come. So be warned.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Rewards From Kanjeng Nyai Lawu


There is a beautiful Lake Sarangan located in the mountains of Lawu, Magetan and Jatim, Java East. Besides a famous tourist spot, Lake Sarangan is also well known by the locals to possess mystic magic powers.



It is said this lake is watch over by Kanjeng Nyai Lawu, who is a student of Kanjeng Ratu Roro Kidul. Many of the local black magicians worship Kanjeng Nyai Lawu in the hope to gain supernatural power.



In order to gain the favour of Kanjeng Nyai Lawu, a magician must perform the evocation ritual at night to call upon Kanjeng Nyai who is believed to dwell in her palace situated right at the bottom of the Lake Sarangan. Before the ritual, offering stuffs such as fruits and meats are prepared. Then when the time is right, mantra sounds like this will be recited: “Kanjeng Nyai Lawu, all my wealth I gathered here is your wealth. I now worship you as my god, my queen. As long as you give me magical power, I will continue to bow to you and continue to make offerings to you.”



If the evocation ritual is successful, Kanjeng Nyai will come and meet the magician. This Kanjeng Kyai will “vomit” all her stomach content in front of the magician. The magician must swallow everything intact in order to gain terrible supernatural power. With this power, a magician can make a victim to suffer from ulcer and skin diseases that are extremely difficult to cure. The magician will experience extreme success by curing his victims and earns great wealth.

Sunday, May 13, 2012

To catch a Leak (Or Deva Kim)


I am not saying that you will, but if you did offended a leak; or if you want to help your pal, then below are two Balinese ritual for tackling a leak (or Deva Kim as the matter of fact …
 ;-))
The Leak (Or Deva Kim) Buster
1.    You must clean yourself prior to this ritual.
2.    Sit cross-leg and recite:
a.    “Om prasada stiti siwa suci nirmala ya namah swaha”
3.    Recite the mantra for pranayama:
a.    The first breath: “Om ang namah”
b.    The second breath: “Om ung namah”
c.    The third breath: “Om mang namah”
4.    Mantra for cleaning your hands:
a.    Right hand: “Om sudhamam swaha”
b.    Left hand: “Om ati sudhamam swaha”
5.    Mantra fo dupa (incense):
a.    “Om Ang brahma dupa dipa astra ya namah swaha”

6.    Mantra for flower:

a.    “Om puspadanta ya namah swaha”
7.    Then do the five worshiped as usual to ask for blessings and salvation to Ida Hyang Widhi Wasa and the ancestors.
8.    After the prayer, take the incense (recite the mantra for incense) and flower (recite the mantra for flower). The incense should be in your left hand and the flower in your right hand. Hold the incense and flower in front of your chest. Recite the below mantra:
a.    “Ong amunerat Sang Hyang Akasa, apan aku Sang Hyang Jagatnata, mamentang rua pustaka, sakti mawisesa, ningambara ring sor sapta petala, memanah wateke betara putusi leyak, sakti mawisesa, dan panahku, pejah geseng gempung telas, dadi awu, guna leyake badane, sakti mawisesa, sakuhing agunging tumpang, mewasta tumpang satak seket patpat, muang padmasana, sakti mawisesa, angadeg mamurti sawi den panahku pejah geseng rimpung asat, telas dadi awu, yeke guna pengaliante, guna gempilan sesapehan tani pejah, guna temon pengawakan, den panahku, pejah geseng dadi awu lah poma-poma-poma, serana sakewenang, sama kapuji-sakti.”
9.    Place the incense (recite mantra for incense) and flower in front of you gently (please do not throw them out as only those has been “medwijati/sulinggih” are qualified to do so).
10. Perform meditation while waiting for the leak to attack you. This is not a physical war but a spiritual warfare where your soul is to fight the leak in spiritual realm.
 
There is another method:
Do as the above ritual, but this time, you need to use a physical media. Anything will do as long as it is clean. Say that you choose a broom. Now you must empower the broom with the below mantra:
“Angkara Mangkara, Ong” (3x)
After that, place the broom on the road normally used by the person who has mastered the Leak ritual.
 
If your ritual is fruitful, you will see a person standing by and staring at the broom. Then it is 100% confirmed that this person possessed the ilmu leak.
 
P/S:
I am not responsible to anything that may happen when you perform the ritual of catching the leak during or thereafter. Moreover, it is to make a fool out of a person staring at the broom wetted by morning dew. This person must feel very shameful and will definitely seek revenge on you. So be careful what you do and think twice before performing the above ritual ;-). Hahaha