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Thursday, November 25, 2010

What is a Toyol or Tuyul?

Toyol captured in bottle.
A Toyol or Tuyul is a mythical spirit in the Malay mythology of South-East Asia (notably Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore). It is a small child spirit invoked by a bomoh (Malay witch doctor) from a dead human foetus using black magic. Bearing some similarities to leprechauns in Irish legends and the bad elves of English stories, toyols are commonly blamed for any missing or misplaced items. It is now possible to buy a toyol from such a bomoh.

Toyols are spirits who do the bidding of certain humans who control them. In this aspect they resemble the genies of Arabia, but toyols are more likely to be spirits of children (like still-born infants) rather than of men. Older toyols are more vicious than infant toyols, and have a greater tendency towards violence. A person who owns a toyol uses it mainly to steal things from other people, or to do mischief. According to a well-known superstition, if money or jewellery keeps disappearing mysteriously from your house, a toyol might be responsible. One way to ward off a toyol is to place some needles under your money, for toyols are afraid of being hurt by needles.

Some say that toyol has its origins from Mecca near the Kaaba (the belief refers to the Pre-Islamic Era where the Arabs used to kill their children and bury them all around Mecca. The Chinese (Cantonese) name for the toyol is guai zai (literally "ghost child"). The corresponding term in the Hokkien dialect is kwee kia with "kwee" meaning "ghost" and "kia" meaning "child".

There is a price for having your own toyol. You have to feed it with your blood at regular intervals. Chicken blood may suffice for some of the less fussy toyols. Some people claim that the toyol's appetite would increase as they perform more and more tasks, until the point where they may require fresh blood from an entire human adult to satisfy their craving. (Think of the bloodthirsty Venus Flytrap in Little Shop of Horrors: "Feed me, Seymour!") Sometimes toyols will accept money in place of blood.

In return, toyols do every bidding of their master, from petty mischief and creating inconvenience for enemies to robbery and even murder. Toyols require a "salary" equal to the task at hand, that is, if you require the toyol to turn the entire house upside down and kill the watchdog as well, then you will need to pay the toyol a certain sum of money as well as feed it with enough fresh blood to keep it happy. If toyols aren't kept happy, there is a chance that they will turn against their masters. Otherwise they are fiercely loyal and may even defend the master's honour without being told to.
 To get your own toyol, you will need to obtain a still-born foetus or the body of a dead child. The services of a bomoh (Malay witchdoctor) are required for the resurrection of the body, which will thereafter obey you. Some people keep their toyols in large clay jars. Toyols are transferable and sometimes roam freely about, so it might be possible to enslave a free toyol with the right black magic. 



Illustration of how a Toyol could disturb us.
Due to the fact that toyols have bodies that should be dead, they usually have skin with a greenish or bluish hue, and eyes that are red. It has small sharp teeth with which to feed, and might have long messy hair. People normally associate the appearance of a toyol with that of a small baby, frequently that of a newly born baby walking in nakedness with a big head, small hands, clouded eyes and usually greyed skin. More accurately, it resembles a goblin. It can be seen by the naked eye without the use of magic, though they are unlikely to be spotted casually. Toyols are not known to fly, but they are very good at hiding from humans. There are no known warning signs that a toyol is about, except that things go missing often. Toyols may also suck on the big toes of people who are sleeping, so sometimes small bite marks are also indications that a toyol was present.

To stop a toyol from disturbing you, you can either try to catch the toyol using mice traps or engage the services of a more powerful bomoh than the one who resurrected the toyol in the first place. Making peace with the neighbour whom you suspect the toyol belongs to is also a good move to make.

3 comments:

  1. What catch a spirit with a mouse trap? Really?

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  2. I just want to let you know Sri Bendahara A Pangsapuri Bukit Saujana Johor Bahru people have been losing RM50 and gold chains to TOYOLS.I suspect there are some people here are keeping TOYOL to steal from others.

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    1. I was told that this could be the work of an Indonesian women who is married to an Indian guy or an old man with beard who keeps talking to somebody behind him whenever he is walking.

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God's Miracles...I Believe in it!

Vermillion Kukum Forming on Shrdi Sai Baba Picture

Taken on November 2011

What is a Miracle?

What is a miracle? It is when the impossible happens.

It’s when a child is born and you can’t believe how delicately miniature this new life appears.

It’s when you’ve prayed for a specific purpose and that prayer is answered.

It’s when there is no earthly reason something wonderful has happened.

Miracles take place every day. Sometimes they’re very subtle and quiet, sweeping in like a touch on the face. Other times, it’s very evident and public. It doesn’t matter who you are, miracles can happen to anyone.

Why do miracles take place? It may be that God wants your attention!

I have seen many miracles in my life. But for the 1st time, I saw God’s Miracle and I saw it with my own eyes in my friend’s house. It was amazing, awesome and heavenly and for a second I felt so fortunate to be alive.

Dark Red Kukum Forming on Sri Amman Statue

Taken in April 2011

God is omniscient by which He fills the universe in all its parts and is present everywhere at once. Not a part, but the whole of God is present in every place. But many of us fail to realise this and we have taken many situations and opportunities for granted. And when a miracle happens in life, we fail to share appreciation and gratitude.

This miracle which I am going to share is not something “new” to my friend and in fact it had started a few years ago, when he discovered sweet smelling ghee was coming out from Shridi Sai Baba photo. At first he thought it was some kind of a liquid that was discharging from the wall behind the picture but when he followed the trail of ghee carefully; he was astonished to see where it came from. A Miracle which started a few years ago and till today it leaves him with amazement and clueless.

Lord Kaliamma with Manjal Powder

The most recent and interesting miracles took place this year in his house again. This time, kumkum was resurfacing from Sri Kaliamman Gold Plated Statue in his altar. This statue belonged to one of his friend and his family decided to be the caretaker of the statue while the friend was away on a business trip. Just within after few days the statue arrived to the house; dark red powder being to appear on the surface of the statue. It started a bit powdering on the feet and the arms and gradually it accumulated into a heap of kumkum almost covering the whole statue. It was awesome and magnificent. When I saw the image in my email, I was almost into tears to realise the miracle.


After a few months from the last miracle, a similar phenomenon reappeared but this time on Lord Siva statue with holy ash. The most astounding part in the miracle was the holy ash. It was unlike any other “Vibhuti, instead it was blue, fragrant and had fine texture. My friend invited me over to his house to see the miracle. When I went over the house, I could smell the whole house filled with the scent of Vibhuti” and incense. The energy in the house was extremely high. As I went to the altar, I paid my respect and took the Holy ash from the Lord Siva statue, it was very vibrating. I could feel energy current passing through my body and engulfing my mind with devotion and divine. For a few seconds I thought I touched Lord Siva’s feet in real!

Keeping Faith!

Many people who came to know about the Miracles visited his house to witness it but disappointingly almost 70% who came left the house with some sceptical views. They fail to accept the Miracle of God with appreciation and gratitude. Instead they were determining if the miracle was omnipotent (powerful).

Lors Shiva with Blue Coloured Vibhuti

God reveals himself to remind us of his presence and the faith but actual fact he is revealing himself daily through his creations and resides in every human.

When we send out prayer, we cry to Lord for solution and renewal. Sometimes due to emotional breakdown, we even cry and demand him to show his presence. But when that miracle happens; why do you have to critic or complain about it?

"Some people complain because God put thorns on roses. Others praise Him for putting roses among thorns." - Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami

If you ask me, Gratitude and appreciation are the key words for a better life. They are the spell that is cast to dissolve hatred, hurt and sadness, the medicine which heals subjective states of mind, restoring self-respect, confidence and security. Man has to realise God and Divine Energy is omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent. They can be anywhere, with all powers and knowledge in any forms. When a Man realises it and practices Gratitude and appreciation this his life and faith, he will see the wonders and experiences the renewal and purification of spirit.

I have learnt my path of faith and spiritual purification. Have you?

Om NamaShivaya!

Master Sribala

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Alternative energy from The New Paper (17/04/2011)

Mandi Bunga - Zakti Consultancy

What is a Flower Bath?

Flower bath (Mandi Bunga) is famously known by the Asians. In India, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, and China, people practices them as a ritual for beauty, good future, dispel bad luck and to cleanse the soul, mind and body. In Singapore, the “healers” provides the most comprehensive range of Mandi Bunga, which is done very professionally and ethically for each individual.

Typically when one is feeling unwell, being spiritually affected, facing adversity or misfortunes, or even when one is need for better luck, flower bath is one of the options to restore their good prosperity.

When it comes to Flower Bath, various types of flowers, leaves and herbs are used. The ingredients and the healing energy ignited by a “Healer” to the bath are believed to have the ability to chase away evil and to banish bad fortunes. Most amazing of all, the flower bath has the capacity to enhance a person’s beauty, aura and provides an overall protection against negative energies.

Flower bath can be now enjoyed without having to think about tradition and ritual, and it is done not only to enhance one's beauty but to receive the maximum benefits of protection and good luck within.

For some people it has been proven Flower Bath to be the most blissful rituals as many of them have felt the intense of positive energy during the flower bath. Therefore it has always been advice to customers not to try or prepare their own Flower Bath and as the positive energy might get crossed or gets discharge while in preparation.

To know more information on flower bath session and its benefits, call Zakti Consultancy at (65)
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FLOWER BATH EXPLANATION BY MASTER SRIBALA IN ENGLISH