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Leak, Studies in Ancient Hindu Balinese Ancestral Heritage

At this day and age, people are wondering whether the Leak really exists. Is Leak really hurts? In general, the Leak was not hurting. Leak was pretty good process knowledge for those who interested. Because, science Leak also has its own ethics.

It takes an excellent ability to learn science Leak. In the community often labeled Leak hurt even kill humans, but not like that. Science with other sciences Leak found in ancient lontar Bali.

Antiquity, the Leak did not learn any science people. This is due to Leak into the category of science is quite confidential as a defense from enemy attacks. Ancient Balinese people who study science are at high levels, the king accompanied by his subordinates. The purpose is for defense, especially the enemy attacks from outside.

The people who study this science are to choose a place that is quite a secret, because Leak is indeed a secret. So, not many people study it. But times have changed; automated science is also changing according to age. But essentially the same in the application. Clearly science Leak does not hurt.

The harm that science or nerangjana witchcraft, this is the science that is negative, especially for hurting people because something like revenge, envy, wants to be superior. Science is called pengiwa. Pengiwa science is that many developing among the people and is often labeled as science Leak.

Leak does exist and is divided according to the level of knowledge, including the endih Leak. Endih Leak usually appears at the time of exercise or else they’re chatting with fellow Leak, whether similar or opposite sex. The emergence of ‘endih’ it on at night, especially midnight.

Why haunted place?

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History of Bali Kuna – Part 1: Preliminary

Bali is Bali Kuna before Bali conquered by Majapahit (in 1343 AD). The term of Bali Kuna was initially by Dr. R. Goris, in 1948. He is a Dutch anthropologist who lived in Singaraja. The term is used to restrict the study area between pre-and post-Majapahit occupation that brought great influence in the

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fields of social life, culture, politics and economy. There is no explanation about the use of the word ‘Kuna’ (Kuno is Indonesian Language for Old) in this limit.

Bali Kuna later changed to the Bali Aga designation for the Bali Kuna inhabitants who fled to the mountains (Aga = mountain) as driven by large-scale migration of Majapahit in East Java around the 14th century, at which time the religion of Islam began to develop in Java. Sources of literature that confirms this have on the Kidung of Harsha Wijaya, Kidung Ranggalawe, Kidung of Sunda, Java USANA, USANA Bali, Babad Dalem, and Dwijendra Tattwa. Kidung is religious songs.

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They blend perfectly in Bali

Jaya Pangus and Kang Tjin We

Wayan Rangki (65) and mothers are busy preparing to fill a few buckets of water, a few ornaments, and flowers, Saturday (29/01/2011), in places of worship Tridharma Cao Eng Bio, Tanjung Benoa, Bali. They are not of Chinese descent. Their religion was Hindu Bali. However, they are only one intention, ngayah (serve).

In addition to menyama braya (mutual assistance), the inherent habit is ngayah, like Mrs Rangki. Ngayah not limit the space and time, not even limited with religion. Ngayah were addressed to Sang Hyang Widi, the gods, and ancestors.

Mrs Rangki admitted to not hesitate to dedicate herself and her husband in the temple. “It’s our devotion to the god Varuna,” she said softly.

Yes, there is similarity of the name of god in Chinese and Balinese Hindu belief, the Lord of the Sea (Yatikong) with the god Varuna. Maybe that also strengthens the brotherhood in Tanjung Benoa, about 30 kilometers from Denpasar.

Cao Eng Bio Temple existed since 1546, reputedly founded by Chinese merchants who arrived on the island through the Port of Benoa. Originally the temple was in the area of Pura Dalem Ning a few meters from the temple that exist today. Around Year 1800, the Castle (royal), Denpasar, gave the land to build the present temple stands.

Furthermore, they were offspring. Assimilation among them by absorbing the culture of Bali, as stakeholders (biokong) dressed in traditional Balinese temples, including a headband (Udeng).

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