KEMILON SPRING IN YOGYAKARTA

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Kemilon Spring or Sendang Kemilon is one of the eeriest places in Yogyakarta. It is located in Pajangan subdistrict and is surrounded by hills. The atmosphere is so ghostly which will cause visitors to get goosebumps in the evening. In the daytime, all the mystery is hidden beyond the beautiful scenery.

The water of Kemilon Spring has a strong connection with Nyi Blorong Money Ritual. Nyi Blorong is a very powerful supernatural being who will grant the prayer’s request. The spring water has never dried out even in dry season.

Whoever wants to get rich instantly should prepare seven different kinds of flowers, black rooster, young coconut, etc and burn incense for a particular ritual.

If Nyi Blorong grants the request, she will give the prayer a few pieces of golden snake scales. Not only golden snake scales, some villagers who performed the money ritual also said that they had been given precious diamonds in their dreams before they got rich.

It is said that the prayer will lose his or her life if Nyi Blorong rejects the request. The soul of the dead person will be brought to Nyi Blorong’s palace and becomes slave forever.

People only know that it is just a well-known tourist attraction and it’s still in its original condition. However, there are a lot of mystical stories behind the amazing views. An unexplained supernatural power twirls around the center of Kemilon spring.

Although it is a popular place, the number of drowning victims is quite high. A lot of swimmers lost their lives because they were sucked by the spinning energy coming from the center of the spring spontaneously.

The water looks like mirror while the sunshine falls over the surface of the spring. It’s clean as it hasn’t been polluted by rubbish, chemical substances, etc. The depth of the water is about 2 meters, deep enough for a person to get drowned.

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