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Sempana keris, kris - Segaluh era (12th century) - Spruce white Adeg Mrambut pamor - Sempana dapur (shape) with 9 luk (curves) - Nunggak semi hilt - Silver Parijatha mendak.

 

The old wilah of this keris dates from the Segaluh era (12th century). It is forged with a striking white Adeg Mrambut pamor design. This pamor is difficult to forge because it consists of at least 64 layers. If you look closely at the Wilah (blade), you will see countless, very fine pamor lines running in the longitudinal direction of the Wilah. Adeg Rambut has magical powers that protect the owner and his family from witchcraft, disturbances of spirits, natural disasters and people with bad intentions.

 

Besides the striking pamor, the wilah is forged to Sempana dapur (shape) with 9 luk (waves). Dapur Sempana is one of the keris forms of a keris with 9 luk (waves). Although the appearance of this dapur is quite simple, it is very popular because in history Sempana kerises were reserved for royal servants, higher government officials and nobles.

 

Sempana literally means 'true dreams' or dreams that come true. Sempana in a deeper sense is a message, wishful thinking, hope, ideals and desires when they are based on a true understanding that they become reality. The Kembang Kacang beneath the Ganja symbolizes the trunk of an elephant. In ancient Indonesian folklore the God Ganesha, the god of the elephant, who symbolized knowledge, always inhaling knowledge with her trunk.

 

Kerises with Sempana dapur will help the owner of the keris to realize his dreams, ideals and desires by constantly gaining knowledge and using this knowledge to realize his dreams, goals and desires.

 

At the top is a finely carved Nunggak Semi grip model Cantheng from Surakarta that is trimmed with a silver Parijatha mendak.

 

Besides the mystical powers of the dapur and pamor of the wilah, this keris has a strong and active isi. The isi has revealed itself to me as an ancient and wise Dukun who provides insight into the spiritual world. It will take the new owner to a higher level spiritually.

 

Characteristics:

Dapur: Sempana. 9 Luk.

Pamor: Adeg Mrambut.

Tangguh: Segaluh 12th century.

Warangka: Solo ladrang.

Kayu: Timoho

 

Dimensions:

Total length: 48.5 cm.

Length of the Keris: 43cm.

Length of the Wilah: 32.5 cm.

 

Sempana keris, kris - Segaluh era (12de eeuw) – Spierwitte Adeg Mrambut pamor – Sempana dapur (vorm) met 9 luk (bochten) – Nunggak semi greep - Zilveren Parijatha mendak.

 

De oude wilah van deze keris dateert van de Segaluh era (12de eeuw). Het is gesmeed met een opvallende, witte pamormotief Adeg Mrambut. Dit pamor is moeilijk te smeden omdat het uit tenminste 64 lagen bestaat. Wie de Wilah (kling) goed bekijkt ziet ontelbare, zeer fijne pamorlijnen in de lengte richting van de Wilah lopen. Adeg Rambut heeft magische krachten die de eigenaar en diens familie beschermen tegen hekserij, verstoringen van geesten, natuurrampen en mensen met slechte intenties.

 

Naast het opvallende pamor is de wilah gesmeed naar Sempana dapur (vorm) met 9 luk (bochten). Dapur Sempana is een van de keris vormen van een keris met 9 luk (bochten). Hoewel het uiterlijk van dit dapur vrij eenvoudig is, is het zeer populair omdat in de historie Sempana kerissen voorbehouden waren aan koninklijke dienaren, hogere regeringsfunctionarissen en edelen.

 

Sempana betekent letterlijk 'ware dromen' of dromen die uitkomen. Sempana in diepere betekenis is een boodschap, wishful thinking, hoop, idealen en verlangens wanneer ze gebaseerd zijn op een waar begrip dat ze werkelijkheid worden. De Kembang Kacang onder de Ganja symboliseert de slurf van een olifant. In de oude Indonesische folklore de God Ganesha, de god van de olifant, die symbool stond voor kennis, altijd kennis inhalerend met haar slurf.

 

Kerissen met Sempana dapur zal de eigenaar van de keris helpen zijn dromen, idealen en verlangens te realiseren door voortdurend kennis op te doen en deze kennis te gebruiken om zijn dromen, doelen en verlangens te realiseren.

 

Aan de bovenzijde prijkt een fijngesneden Nunggak Semi greep model Cantheng van Surakarta dat is afgezet met een zilveren Parijatha mendak.

 

Naast de mystieke krachten van de dapur en pamor van de wilah heeft deze keris een sterke en actieve isi. De isi heeft zich aan mij geopenbaard als een oude en wijze Dukun die inzicht geeft in de spirituele wereld. Het zal de nieuwe eigenaar op spiritueel vlak naar een hoger plan tillen.

 

Kenmerken:

Dapur: Sempana. 9 Luk.

Pamor: Adeg Mrambut.

Tangguh: Segaluh 13de eeuw.

Warangka: Solo ladrang.

Kayu: Timoho

 

Afmetingen:

Totale lengte: 48,5cm.

Lengte van de Keris: 43cm.

Lengte van de Wilah: 32,5cm.

 

Sempana keris, kris - Segaluh era (12th century) - White Adeg Mrambut pamor

€ 325,00Price
  • Spiritual cleaning of the Wilah (blade).

    In the monthly ritual washing of the Keris, water is used with flower petals. The species is exactly prescribed in Indonesia, but it is about the goal and not about the type!

    Water is a perfect medium to rid objects of negative energy. That is why most stones can ideally be cleaned in running water from the negative energy they have absorbed. Flower petals cleanse the negative energies. With petals, in the white and red color, you prevent a negative energy slipping into your Wilah during cleaning. You therefore better sprinkle some leaves over the table where you work and in the water you use to wash. Preferably rose petals.

    Then dry the Wilah well with a soft cloth. Dab the moisture carefully from the Wilah and lay a spiritual connection between the Wilah and the cosmos by keeping the blade in the incense. Preferably a nourishing incense such as sandalwood or damar. At least no purifying incense like sage. Then put the Keris in the Keris oil depending on the type of Keris. The wilah must be able to breathe, the Djinn otherwise dies! Do not put the Keris too wet in the oil so the Keris can continue to breathe.

     

    A female Keris is not a women's Keris but a Keris where the feminine side is dominant. According to the Kejawen, the female energy is the active, visible energy and the male side is invisible. The front of the Keris is therefore the female side of the Keris, and the side which the owner greets, the side with the tip of the Cicak on the right and the shorter side on the left, is the male side ...). Make sure that the Gandar (sheath) and Wranka (barge) are also taken care of during the monthly maintenance. With a soft, lint-free cloth, oil the wooden parts of the Keris with some criss-oil, remove the excess oil with a cloth and then rub the Gandar and Wranka with a clean cloth.

    When one has maintained the Keris, one closes the maintenance by greeting the Keris (pointing the tip of the Keris upwards and then holding it against the face) and then sliding the Gandar onto the Keris.

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