Khodam / Jinn
Semar is a character in Javanese mythology who frequently appears in wayang shadow plays. He is one of the punokawan but is in fact divine and very wise. He is the dhanyang (guardian spirit) of Java and is regarded by some as the most sacred figure of the wayang set.He is said to be the god Sang Hyang Ismaya in human form.
The name Semar is said to derive from the Javanese word samar (“dim, obscure, mysterious”). He is often referred to with the honorific, “Kyai Lurah Semar” (“the venerable chief”)
This particular talisman was sanctified through an extremely ancient and complicated blessing ritual which has rendered it truly outstanding as a very powerful protective talisman.
This Talisman can either be carried around or be placed inside a house or property
By carrying it
- You will be fully protected by the Divine Guardian of Semar against any form of dangers (Accidents, Evil spirits, Physical attack, sharp weapons, etc etc)
- Protect against Enemies, Backstabbers , Black Magic attacks, Evil Eyes and people with evil intentions
- increases ones charismatic aura. You will be loved and awed by your friends, and feared by enemies.
- Open doors of opportunity for you to gain more wealth, fame and popularity
By Keeping in the House / Property
- Serves as a fierce guardian to protect the house against evil spirit or evil entities from entering and make sure that people will ill intentions could not do any black magic or send any evil entity into the house (Which is quite common among jealous relative or friends and it happens most of the time after all the cases we encountered)
- Increase financial income, wealth and fortune in the house and benefit family members (Works in a shop or place of business)
- Promotes peace, harmony and happiness in the house among family members
- Look after everybody and make sure no one gets into trouble
Semar is one of the popular and effective form of “Pendinding” (meaning protective) in Malay culture.
These Semars were obtained from a very reputable Bomoh just last week by Babaji on his Indonesian Trip
Some of our testimonials for Khodam Semar