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The Power of Sak Yant

Dec 19, 2017
The Power of Sak Yant

For this episode, I flew to Bangkok to discover the mystery behind the Sak Yant (spiritual tattoo). My mission was to learn more about the purpose of the sak yant and the spiritual power it offers its bearer. I first met with Ajarn Noo Kampai, a prominent sak yant master who shot to fame...

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The Mystical Dagger

May 25, 2017
The Mystical Dagger

Who would have thought that a keris could hold so much power? During my trip to Yogyakarta, I came to understand that a keris is a very common choice of heirloom. It is an article handed down from one generation to the next amongst Javanese royalty, political leaders and also members of the general...

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A lawyer dog?

May 15, 2012
A lawyer dog?

A rabbinical court in Jerusalem recently sentenced a wandering dog to death by stoning, after they decided he was the reincarnation of a lawyer who offended the judges 20 years ago.

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