South Beach of Jogja – DMS X The Story of the Land of Java #NapakTilas

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Hello, Saraddicts!

We meet again in DiaryMisteriSara #NapakTilas. With me Sara Wijayanto, I’m Fadi Iskandar. I’m Wisnu Hardana. And I’m Om Hao, behalf of our friends in Kisah Tana Jawa.

Sara: Finally, after 869 years, we meet again.

Am I right? Around that? Fadi: So, it’s truly like that, after our talk last night? Sara: I think more. Fadi: More than 800 years.

Fadi: So, if Saradditcts ask ‘why more than 800 years, we got a story for that later. Sara: Okay, so where are we, Fadi? Fadi: So this time on Diarymisterisara #NapakTilas, we’re going to look back at the footprints, but honestly, I don’t quite understand because it was explained by Sara that this is about the meeting of a mother, with a, I forgot the name.

Sara: With Eyang Panembahan Senopati. Fadi: See, that’s a difficult name.

Sara: How do we say it properly, Om Hao? Cause we’re usually familiar with Ibu Ratu Kidul. How do we say it? Hao: So, we say it by referring to her regal name, Gusti Kanjeng Ratu Hajjah Kenconosari Sara: Whoa. Fadi: Kenconosari.

She has lots of titles, yeah? Hao: Yes, but here, we’re going to meet Raden Mas Danang Sutowijoyo. Sara: So, also as Eyang Panembahan Senopati. Because what I’m familiar with is, a romantic story. That’s what I know.

Eyang Panembahan Senopati was delved so deep into his meditation, they said he was able to move the South Sea, until- Hao: The waves? Sara: Yes, creating huge waves then, Kanjeng Ratu appeared.

That’s what they say, and that was supposedly the first time they fell in love. Is that right? Hao: Yes, and right now we’re walking on – if we look back around 500 to 600 years ago, it was only water here.

Fadi: Oh this was still water? Hao: Yes. Like, still submerged? Hao: It was still submerged in a little bit seawater, and sand. We could see remains of corals there.

Fadi: Oh right, these aren’t rocks, these are corals. Om Hao: It can be related to a process, we usually say, a tectonic plate movement. The earth’s plate gradually moves up.

Until it becomes what we see now. If we see that hill over there, it’s also a formation of that plate movement, if we track back even further.

Sara: Okay, so we’ll head right over to the location? Later- so basically today, it’s like we’re going on a study tour. Our teacher, is Om Hao himself. Om Hao: Today, we’re here as representatives of his grandchildren. So, Napak Tilas is like going back to visit our grandparents.

Sara: Okay. Hao: Yes, like so. Fadi: If it’s like visiting our grandparents (Eyang), we usually bring something, right? Like fruit for instance? Hao: It would be good, yes.

Fadi: I see, okay. So, when we get back from Eyang’s house, could we have some? Sara: Ah, that’s different. Hao: But we do come home with something. Like, what we call “sangu”, or “pocket money”.

Fadi: Ah, okay. Hao: But what that pocket money specifically is, it’s something we get spiritually. A lesson or an experience, it’s best we follow it wholeheartedly.

Sara: And also mandates, in the form of one. Alright, let’s get to it.

Fadi: It’s so nice that we’ve been given a nice shade like this. The weather’s nice and cool as well. But, like it’s about to rain, but then it’s not. Hao: Yes, it’s just right. Not hot, not cold.

Fadi: Yes, just right. Hao: But that means that, Sara: So, what’s our first step, Om Hao? Hao: We’re going to pray first. Sara: A prayer. Sara: Om Hao, perhaps you could explain.

For Wisnu and Fadi’s understanding, could you please tell us, to Saraddicts and those watching at home, as to what these stones symbolize? Hao: So, if we could look – like this, back then, this was submerged in water.

There are two coral rocks, this represents the meeting place, the meeting of Danang Sutowijoyo, or who we know as Raden Mas Danang Sutowijoyo, whose title eventually became Panembahan Senopati – and Gusti Kanjeng Ratu Hajjah Kenconosari, or Gusti Kanjeng Ratu Kidul. Residually speaking, it’s being represented here. So, Eyang Kakung (Panembahan Senopati) is represented there, the bigger rock.

And Eyang Putri (Gusti Kanjeng), is here. So, this began when Eyang Panembahan Senopati was going to establish a new kingdom, located in what we know now as Kota Gede. So, when he got there to begin building, it was a forest. He would often be bothered by, for example, some spirits (‘lelembut’), or spirit rulers of that forest (‘danyang’). Hence, he was guided to meditate at the South Sea.

He was given a premonition to sit here. Therefore, because he was – so to speak, meditating with such a sense of surrender, to God, and in his heart he knew that it was going to bring a sign or help that’s given from above.

Because he was there for days on end, even if waves were to come, it hit his whole body, drenching him and all, but the heart had to be as strong as these corals. Because of his willpower, one as strong as corals, even after being hit by the waves, it then drew some attention. Attention from her.

Sara: It’s like she was saying, “Who is this?” – why, he seemed so strong. Hao: “I think I’ll give him a test”. Sara: Ah, I see..

. Hao: So, she appointed her staff, so to speak, to keep an eye on him. So, Kanjeng Ratu thought that, he was handsome, dashing. And it was decided that, since he was handsome, dashing, someone of great command. So, perhaps, why don’t Kanjeng Ratu see who it is.

Because this is also related to something called “topo bisu”.

So, it’s about sharing an aspiration. Therefore, when it was a late afternoon like this, she came here. She arrived and was seated there. She was dressed in regular clothing, a regular ‘kemben’.

She asked, where was he from, on what means, and on what purpose, what can I do to help? Then, he said that he wanted to establish a sultanate, a Mataram sultanate. That upon, a sign sent by my ancestors, I would like to ask for some help. She agreed, and that she will to the best of her abilities. Her best effort.

But, really it’s because that deep down, she was already charmed by him from the beginning. Fadi: Kanjeng Ratu was charmed by him? Sara & Om Hao: Yes. Om Hao: Then, she said, “I will help you, but at least what I’ll advise, please remember it. Including your children and grandchildren.

Who will not only be leaders of the sultanate, but also the country, as a nation. Indonesia as a whole. Here, a romance were to blossom. She didn’t deceive him, she said it as it was, she expressed that she was charmed.

And that was reciprocated by him, meaning, he agreed with sincerity in his heart.

As if to say, that he accepts her advice and affection. That also means, that there wouldn’t be a marriage as one would expect, but one of the soul.

Fadi: I see…

Of the heart. So, it’s a spiritual commitment. That’s because she knows, who she is, she doesn’t want to go against nature. But, I will support you, as a wife should. Who will guide you as I should from this moment.

And I will then consider you all my children. So she will pass down behaviors, values, or even constitutional law.

Here, we have a say, an “agreement”, in the form of a spiritual marriage, and she was also wiling to say that, your children will also be taken care of by me. The kings of Java, and the leader of Indonesia. Sara: So, that’s why that today there’s a saying; Behind a successful man, is a great woman behind him whom we may not always see.

Hao: You look very happy, Sara. Sara: Yes, right now I’m feeling all flowery. That’s what I feel. Fadi: It’s like you have more blush on but – Sara: Right? A little bit.

Hao: Yes, it’s alright. She has given us permission. Because what we’re learning today must, be passed down to our descendants. She said our children and grandchildren must know. We mustn’t be misguided.

Who we are and must be as Javanese, and Indonesians as a whole.

Fadi: Perhaps this what I want to say, to our audience Saraddicts, and others, that what we’re about to take part in, is a tradition that’s been passed down to generations by our ancestors, yes? That’s why we’re doing this, nothing less, nothing more and all that we see in front of us, is what was done as part of that tradition, is that right? Sara: Yes, we’re going on a pilgrimage (‘ziarah’). Fadi: Ah, yes.

So, we’re going to learn about our two ancestors, how they both first met, and we’re also learning history along the way. Sara: Right! And imagine, this is just a tiny part of a history that, that, say, many young people these days don’t know. Fadi: Definitely. They only know Tiktok, and Instagram.

Sara: I think that we normalize reading about it again, no? Like about history, to be honest, ever since I watched Kisah Tana Jawa, I became a Javanica, cool right? We’re Saraddicts right? And they’re Javanica.

And now, I am!

So, when I started to watch and follow Om Hao, I began to, start researching, about the Kings of Majapahit, how the kingdom came to be, its trade, how they became so successful in terms of – like, until – how do we say it? Like, the kingdom was spread out to Singapore, it covers such a big area — that’s Majapahit. Is that right, Mas Hao? Fadi: If I’m not mistaken, when the Majapahit kingdom first established, it was in its prime, right? For example, Kublai Khan?

Yet his fleet wasn’t able to enter Java, right? Hao: Yes, that’s one example.

Fadi: Because of the Majapahit kingdom. Sara: And when we look back even further, it was when I watched Mas Hao’s episode, and it was about Prabu Joyoboyo. See, that’s, something that not a lot of poeple know about and if we watch a Kisah Tanah Jawa episode, it’s interesting.

So, we can call him Eyang Prabu? Hao: Yes. Jayabaya. Sara: He predicted the existence, of an online shop. Sara: What year was that?

11- something I believe? Hao: 900 years ago, yes. Sara: I watched that in Kisah Tanah Jawa, I don’t know the Javanese language for it, but he knew it. Fadi: Prabu Joyoboyo, he was discussed popularly in social media, and it was about the Kitab Jayabaya, right? Hao: Yes, this is like a recognition, it was written in Sanskrit in the beginning, and also in Kawi language; or olden Javanese, then translated into modern Javanese.

He (Prabu) called it ‘Jawa Berkalung Besi’, and also ‘Pasar Ilang Kumandangi’ Fadi: What does that mean? Hao: A market that doesn’t involve bargaining. Fadi: Okay. Hao: We don’t physically shop there. Sara: So, what does that mean?

Fadi: An online shop…no bargaining.

Oh yeah, that’s right.

Sara: Definitely! And there was another one, about a train. Hao: Oh, yes. ‘Kereto Tanpo Jaran’, or a train without horses. Fadi: I see, Hao: A car.

Fadi: Ah, a car. Hao: Then, we have ‘jaran doyan makan sambal’, Or a horse that likes to eat chilli. Sara: What does that mean? Hao: Online transportation drivers. Yes, online transportation.

Crew: The horses refer to online transportation drivers, and the drivers like to eat chilli (sambal). Fadi: Right, right. Sara: Okay, how? Fadi: So the horses like to eat sambal. So the drivers, you see their motorbikes are their horses, but they like eating with sambal.

Sara: Ahh, okay. Hao: And then, ‘kapal mabur tengawang-awang’ meaning airplanes. And now, ‘kali ilang kedunge’ or a river that has lost its source of water.

We as people, have actually lost someone to look up to, lost someone who can be, our guide. To be our compass, our adviser.

Fadi: Honestly, I agree with this problem, especially related to our country. Oh wait, this conversation could be a long one, these economic, political problems and all Damian: There’s one thing that I like, that we have started to forget, the language is, like what was it, Mas Hao? Hao: I forgot too, but yes the idea is that people have forgotten their origins. Sara: Picture how long ago that was. So, it would be fascinating if Saraddicts, or Javanica, but Javanicas already love reading for sure.

Saraddicts, let’s try read more history books. I also want to start learning more, right Fadi? Fadi: Yes, when we arrived in Jogja last night, and we were all talking, we were talking about what we’ll find here, and finally, we talked about history. That really intrigued me, even though at school, learning history was all, “Okay when was this, what year?” Like, I would forget the dates, and the name of the kingdoms, but last night when we all talked, it flowed so well.

Oh and when I received like a 3 for history in high school, last night I recalled a lot, like why was it so hard for me to remember back then? Now it’s like so easy. Sara: Ah, I see Wisnu is drawing. Hao: There’s actually a message, perhaps, there are some who interpreted the prayers differently, but, our grandparents (‘Eyang’) here, has said that, our prayers should still be directed to Allah, as the Almighty. Actually, we’re receiving a blessing, and we should pray like this, ‘God, may I be given the blessings, safety, good luck, from our respected ancestors who have been here before.

” That’s where we’re guided. It doesn’t mean that we’re going to worship a stone, apologies.

Sara & Fadi: Of course, not. Sara: We’re praying to Gusti Allah. Fadi: We also recited prayers to Allah.

Hao: It should be equated, yes. So the blessings can come upon us. Sara: Yes, so, everything we do is under the permission of Allah. Remember that okay, guys? Fadi: Okay, so we can highlight this again, so, we pray here as part of tradition.

Sara: That’s right. Fadi: It’s like, we’re coming to visit the homes of our elders, our Eyang Kakung. Sara: Yes. Eyang Putri too. Fadi: Yes, but when we pray, we still pray to Gusti Allah.

However, this is in the hopes that one day we can be as lucky as our Eyang. Hao: Yes. Fadi: So hopefully, we could be blessed the same, if possible, more. Sara: Oh and when we got here and placed this here, honestly, I felt – I don’t know, perhaps, if you wanted some answers, Fadi, I don’t quite know, but there’s something that’s connected to love. Love is, since.

Love is, without, without desire for anything. That’s love.


How do we feel that love? It’s a long process, and we have to be patient. Because we as human beings, our egos are too upfront.

So, in what we think of “loving”, lies too much of wanting something, and that’s not love in its true form. That’s what I got. Fadi: That’s quite heavy, Sar. Wait can I like watch that again later? Rewind?

Sara: Yes, that’s okay. Hao: It’s completing each other too. Sara: Yes, it’s hard. A, sincere kind of love, like the kind of love that I thought about, isn’t really love. I reflect on my journey too.

We’re learning, and I won’t ever stop learning. That’s what I thought when I placed this. Okay, Wisnu, could we reveal the picture here Mas Hao? Hao: Oh here, when I was holding a ’tilasan’ in Jayabaya, I was with our Kisah Tanah Jawa friends, I didn’t know know when I would meet you, but when the time comes, this is from Eyang Jayabaya, entrusted to you, Sara, to be worn later, and I’ve kept this a secret, and now I can give it to you.

Sara: Ah, and just at the right time.

Hao: Yes, I was waiting for all to be done, so before we head there, you’ll be able to wear it. Oh and please tie it around here, Sara: Here? Okay. Thank you, Mas. Hao: Yes, I’m simply a middle man here.

Sara: Yes. Fadi: I don’t get one, Mas? Hao: Shall we? We’re expected there. Sara: Yes, oh Wisnu, do you want to reveal it here, or later there?

What do you think, Mas Hao? Fadi: How about there? Sara: Or in the front? Okay, let’s. Hao: It won’t take long.

Sara: We’ll go here. Hao: Sir. Sara: Okay, now that we’re done inside, now we’re heading to the beach, but before we do so, Wisnu has drawn what he was able to see, with his permission. Hao: Here is Raden Danang Sutowijoyo, so this, is Eyang Panembahan Senopati, when he was a young man.

During his youth.

Fadi: So when he was younger, yeah? Wisnu: He was really handsome. Sara: So dashing. Fadi: Thanks. Sara: No, not you.

Him. Hao: His appearance, was that he’s slightly slim. Because he would often meditate, and fast for 40 to 100 days. Sara: Wow. Hao: yes, so he could watch over his grandchildren all of us.

Sara: And, from the picture, his aura is like – it’s different. One of a kind, so to say. Compared to other pictures. Sara: Okay so I’ll wear this? Hao: Yes, go ahead.

Sara: Oh, so, here. Like so? Hao: Yes. Here. Sara: Okay, Saraddicts.

As it wasn’t possible to continue outside because of the crowd, so, we’ll continue here. Fadi: Plus, we’re still practicing social distancing, so, we want to minimize crowds.

Nothing else. Sorry to Sarradicts that – wait, everyone’s got their photo right? Sara: Yes, both Saraddicts and Javanica.

Cool! Sara: I’m a Javanica now! Hao: And I’m a Sarradict. Sara: Let’s shake on that then! Fadi: I’m Nusantara!

You know, my hair is so Majapahit. Sara: Riight.. Okay! Um, Mas Hao, is there anything you can tell us following our process earlier?

Perhaps, from you first then everybody else. Then, they’ll talk about what they felt. Hao: This afternoon, we’d been given a chance, to partake in a celebration. A, metaphysical celebration. In it, a commemoration of a marriage, also a celebration, where the Keraton Kidul, has received a new in-law from, Keraton Gunung Rapi.

And, also from Keraton Gunung Lawu. So, those who were present earlier, were sent from various places. So, they’re not from around Jogja alone, or from Mataram, there’s also from Kediri, from Majapahit, and the Sundanese as well. Also from, the Padjadjaran kingdom. Since we’re at Parangkusumo beach, it’s right in the middle, or ‘kedaton’.

From the word ‘Keraton’, meaning ‘Keratuan’ (queen), ‘kedaton’ is ‘kedatu’, or a King and Queen’s residence, so it’s the center of the government.

If we look toward the west, the front of the ‘alun-alun’ (square), is located in Pelabuhan Ratu, Sukabumi. West Java. The rear ‘alun-alun’, is located in Blambangan, Banyuwangi up until Bali. Sara: Nu, speaking of.

Perhaps, do you remember? When Fadi was chasing me, yes, that one. Turns out, that was the backyard of this Keraton. Fadi: That’s so wide! Hao: Yes, it even reaches Sabang.

To the very west of Indonesia. Fadi: So, actually the south beach, for instance is from Aceh does that count? All the way to the south, yeah? Hao: Yes. Fadi: Until there.

Hao: Yes, until Irian. To Papua. Wisnu: The whole archipelago, then? Hao: That’s right. Governance wise, (Majapahit) is centered in Java.

In the middle. But, its domain, or its terrain, is very vast. Sara: So much so. Earlier, Wisnu he wanted to talk about something, when we were walking here. And I said perhaps later on another take.

Wisnu: At the beach, I felt that, when the four of us were focused, I felt like I was in a hall, and the floor below so clean. I could sense four big pillars, on the right and left. Ahead in front of me too, and a carpet leading that way. Still further down. Hao: Yes, a carpet.

Wisnu: Ah, okay. So, what’s most certain, I was standing on white-paved tiles, and so clean. Then four pillars. Hao: Yes, that’s right. So, when we first arrived, there was sort of, a queue as well.

As if we’re at a wedding reception. We sign our name first, then the souvenir, then we go inside, and then we’re waiting for the procession. So, if we go straight, if we go further north from Parangkusumo, it’s the Keraton Jogja. Then, further until Keraton Mount Merapi. Therefore, it’s an imaginary axis.

We started north of the Tugu, right? So, we were going straight to the south. Sara: Mas Hao also said I was going “Wow.” Like, maybe there’s a saying, Wisnu: For a moment, I felt, for almost 5 seconds, that I felt like I was alone. The others weren’t there.

In this room, big, and I was alone. That’s how I felt. Wisnu: It was quiet.

Hao: Because, after a wedding reception, we would have our food, and then we’d find our place, similar to that. Hao: This is a big month, and after this is Suro, it’s the peak time for processions and weddings, or ‘ewuh’.

The peak of celebrations. So, earlier, near the end, Gusti Kanjeng Ratu Kidul Kenconosari was there (‘rawuh’). We were giving gifts to her before we left. Because, there was some busyness beforehand, and meeting us, was Nyai Roro Kidul, as an outside representative. When we were there.

Then, and with her there were her courtiers, guiding us inside. So, when we’re at a wedding reception, there would be bridesmaids, and they’re all young and beautiful. So, we were passing by them. Fadi: Because, I think I’m the one who doesn’t have the gift, and you’re all able to see. But I also felt, and I spoke to Om Hao, that, with my naked eye, I saw in all honesty, if compared to a beach typically for leisure, this beach has dark sand, the waves were huge, too.

Then, there was a cliff, topped with dark clouds, like it’s gonna rain. Seeing it, perhaps is a tad scary. But I don’t know why, my heart felt so calm. That’s weird. I thought, I should be scared, I could’ve shown it, but I felt like, at peace, my body felt light, calm.

The feeling’s like that. It felt nice. That’s pretty much it. Hao: It also felt like returning to our hometown. To see our grandparents (Eyang) because she’s Gusti Kanjeng Ratu Hajjah.

If one asks, I am able to say, that InsyaAllah, she’s a Muslim. Because, she has completed the Hadj. And this is her Javanese title. And there is Haji, and then Kyai and Nyai, those are actually titles so it’s not related to a specific religion.

And she — there was also Gusti Kanjeng Ratu from the north, Sekar Kedhaton.

She also came. Because, before we went here, those from the north, visited us for a bit. To accompany us, because where we’re staying isn’t far from Kali Code, which she often passes. So it’s like — Fadi: We’re being escorted? Hao: Like giving gifts (‘seserahan’).

There would be a ‘seserahan’ usually in weddings, and we would go through, So, when we look inside, the bride and groom would be at the very end.

And Gusti Kanjeng Ratu is accompanying. Because, her sons and daughters are there. The one that met us first, briefly, is Kanjeng Ibu. And then, Mbok Mban Kidul.

Sara: Ah yes, my Mbok Mban. Hao: Mbak Sara was last, as if Mbok Mban was saying, “Where is she, the one I took care of?” “Looks like she’s here.” She will ask for you, right? Because, she (Mbak Mban) must have been busy preparing in the back.

‘Rewang’ means, preparing the food. Sara: Because of the celebration, she was busy. Hao: When we come, and in our home (‘kampung’), it’s traditional. Usually we would have relatives coming by for a bit, then, back to work again. So, it’s not modern.

Fadi: Oh, there’s no need for an EO, or food vendors. Sara: True, like — we’re already greeted. Hao: So, they came by, bit by bit. And many others too, including Ibu Mayangsari, from Pelabuhan Ratu. Sara: Also present.

Hao: Dewi Kadita, too. It echoes. In the west, in Pasundan, the green color comes with gold details like the one Sara’s wearing.

If in Jogja, it’s precisely like this. In Bali, more yellow.

Dewi Lanjar, from the north, was also present. Sara: So, the energy that I felt, was of love. I just felt so loved. Me, personally. Saraddicts, perhaps may not know, that De was already here with us.

Fadi: It’s only because, he didn’t get a clip-on. Sara: So, how was it? It was behind the scenes, what picture did you get? De: Even before stepping of the bus, I, managed to get a few, Fadi: I’ll hold it. De: So, pardon that my hand’s moving on its own.

Sara: It’s okay. De: Ah, see, you know. Okay so, there were a few drawings, however, they eventually turn into one frame of drawings. So, there’s one of this, and that, and so on. Finally, it didn’t become separate drawings, but one frame, that, I think it was someone who brought, is it Om Hao?

Someone who brought everyone here, until we got on the bus, is it? Hao: Yes, that accompanied us.

Because, usually back home, unlike the city, where we go home after a celebration. Here, we would be accompanied, be given blessings. Fadi: Ah, it’s like that back in the kingdom’s era.

De: And there were a lot, there were women, who brought spears, and livestock on it, there were horses, dragons, many more. So, I’m drawing it — it’s more or less like this, I can finish it first, because this is still going on.

Sara: Okay, so, he can finish it first, later, we’ll paste the picture, right Damian? Because his hands won’t stay still, yeah? De: Yes.

Something like that. However, I it’s like this? I also want to ask Sara and Hao, there’s many of them accompanying us? And, it doesn’t feel like we’re being accompanied like those who usually come here. A VVIP treatment.

Is that right? Hao: Yes, because we’re on an invite. 35 days prior, I already notified Sara. I said ‘We have an invitation for, the 11th. We’re invited to the south, because it’s before the Suro.

And after us, there would be different invites, acquaintances and relatives.

Fadi: Oh so the festivities isn’t only one day? Hao: 40 days and 40 nights. Fadi: Awesome..

. Hao: The peak is the first 1 Muharram (Suro). Fadi: 40 days! De: Because, from the visual drawings, chariots can be drawn over and over, but this particular one, is the most festive that I’ve ever drawn. Hao: A royal wedding, De: Yes, like that.

Sara: Interesting right? Okay, so later De could finish his drawing first, to be shown. Okay, shall we call it a day? Damian? Okay, we’ll finish this Cepuri episode, this is the first episode out of a romantic collaboration between Diarymisterisara and Kisah Tana Jawa.

Next, we’ll continue where after wearing white, tonight, we will, all black! (Fadi: Blue) Sara: No, black! Fadi: Oh? Sara: When do we even wear blue? Fadi: Oh, never?

Sara: Mr. Producer, what about De? He must come along! Fadi: Okay? So we’ll see more drawings!

Fadi: Later, suddenly, they’ll disappear to the corner somewhere, drawing away! I’ll say, “Is this a coloring competition or something?” Sara: Thank you to Sarradicts and Javanica, cool, right? All of you.

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