Month: October 2019

What is Ruqya

Exorcism in Islam is called Ruqya, on the other hand summons jinn and demons by invoking the names of God, and to command them to abandon their mischiefs, and is thought to repair damage believed caused by jinn possession, witchcraft (shir) or the evil eye.
Exorcisms today are part of a wider body of contemporary Islamic alternative medicine called “prophetic medicine”.

Belief in Jinns, and other supernatural beings, is a requirement of Muslims. Jinn is an Arabic collective noun deriving from the Semitic root jnn , whose primary meaning is “to hide”. Some authors interpret the word to mean, literally, “beings that are concealed from the senses”. Such creatures are believed to inhabit desolate, dingy, dark places where they are feared. Jinn exist invisibly amongst humans, only detectable with the sixth sense. The jinn are subtile creatures created from smokeless fire (fire and air) thought to be able to possess animate and inanimate objects. Unlike demons, they are not necessarily evil, but own a capacity of free-will.

Possession is not caused by Satan, who is said to be just a tempter, whispering evil suggestions into humans heart, but, even though not mentioned in canonical scriptures, according to folklore by jinn, who can enter a human body physically or haunting them mentally.
A possession by a jinn can happen for various reasons. 
Ibn Taymiyyah explained a Jinn could sometimes haunt an individual, because the person could (even unintentionally) harm the jinn; urinating or throwing hot water on it, or even killing a related jinn without even realizing it. In this case the jinn will try to take revenge on the person. Another cause for jinn possession is when a jinn falls in love with a human and thereupon the jinn possesses the human. Some women have told of their experiences with jinn possession; where the jinn tried to have sexual intercourse from inside their bodies.
Thirdly, it occurs when a jinn is evil and simply wants to harm a human for no specific reason, it will possess that person, if it gets the opportunity, while the human is in a very emotional state or unconsciousness.

Recited formulas, referred to as Ruqyah are used to expel the Jinn from the body.

In a typical Islamic exorcism the treated person lies down while a white-gloved therapist places a hand on their head while reciting verses from the Quran.

Specific verses from the Quran are recited, which glorify God and invoke his help. In some cases the adhan (call for daily prayers) is also read, believed to have the effect of repelling non-angelic unseen beings or the jinn.

The Islamic prophet Muhammad taught his followers to read the last three suras from the Quran, Surat al-Ikhlas (The Fidelity), Surat al-Falaq (The Dawn) and Surat an-Nas (Mankind).

What is Jinn

Jinn, also Romanized as djinn or Anglicized as genies
(with the more broad meaning of spirits or demons, depending on source),are supernatural creatures in early pre-Islamic Arabian and later Islamic mythology and theology. Since jinn are neither innately evil nor innately good, Islam was able to adapt spirits from other religions during its expansion.

Besides the jinn, Islam acknowledges the existence of demons (Shayāṭīn). The lines between demons and jinn are often blurred, since malevolent jinn are also called shayāṭīn in some sources. However both Islam and non-Islamic scholarship generally distinguishes between angels, jinn and demons (shayāṭīn) as three different types of spiritual entities in Islamic traditions. Conflation of jinn with demons can only apply to the demonic jinn known from Islamic folk-lore, not about the Quranic- or theological jinn, who do not turn into demons themselves. The jinn are distinguished from demons in that they can be both evil and good, while genuine demons are exclusively evil. Some academic scholars assert that demons are related to monotheistic traditions and jinn to polytheistic traditions.

In an Islamic context, the term jinn is used for both a collective designation for any supernatural creature and also to refer to a specific type of supernatural creature.

What is Black Magic

Everyone is always wondering how long does it take to remove a black magic curse or voodoo. One must first understand how black magic works and why its effects cause people to have undesired symptoms. Many people tend to confuse typical negative energy, empathy, negative thoughts, negative attachments such as entities, ghosts and ancestors, depression for black magic.

Black magic is when a person programs or performs spells on an object using dark spirits to infiltrate in to your auric field and bring you whatever is programmed on that object, the usual desire is to bring harm, negative intentions or to force things on you going against your free will. The effects can be immediate or gradual or never, depending on who the person that is both performing the act and receiving the evil.

Before planning to remove black magic one must first assess what exactly they are dealing with, feel free to contact me to get your free reading. When one is certain that black magic or a curse of some form exists immediate steps to remove such evil must be taken.

Many spiritual healers will use angels, energy and their own guides, as well as ancestors and sacrifices to remove these spells. Meditation and prayers are also very important in helping to remove this evil. Unfortunately removing black magic isn’t as easy as many think. Although home remedies and self help including meditation is helpful it may not be enough. For many centuries shamans, priests and spiritual healers have helped remove such evil from people.

Many people and psychic’s specifically have used black magic as pretext to scam people out of a lot money. These fakers charge thousands and make false promises that make most real spiritual healers look bad. I would recommend using reputable spiritual healers with experience and not someone that is looking to rip you off. This has created many skeptics and even forced governments to create laws to disallow psychic work all together. But through out history there have been many psychics that have done good work and even helped with detective work on many levels.  As with anything in life there will always be skeptics or people that don’t believe in the paranormal. There are many atheists out there and that is completely fine as I feel everyone should be allowed to use their own free will when it comes to their beliefs.

Typically removal of black magic requires the spiritual healer not only remove the evil that was placed but also make protection. After such healing prayers and my work  may be performed on your behalf for 21-40 days. The shift of energy begins to take place differently for everyone, some will react immediately and others will begin to experience things in the coming months. Think of spiritual healing as placing a fruit seed in the earth and as you water the earth the seed turns in to an edible fruit. Same with spiritual healing it is a gradual transformation that refreshes your aura.

I offer black magic removal services here, feel free to ask me any questions on my services before ordering.

What is Amulets and Talismans

A talisman is any object that is imbued with protective powers, and all cultures have manifestations of such objects. In the world of Islam, they bear Qur’anic inscriptions as well as images of prophets, astrological signs, and religious narratives. Many Muslims believe that an object that is inscribed with the word God (Allah) will protect the person who reads, touches, or sees it, and that the word of God has the power to ward off evil. The surface of a talismanic object can be covered with prayers, signs, numbers, and decorative motifs, and the object is carried in a pocket, or rolled and placed in an amulet case; some talismans are worn as clothing.

The most efficacious talismans are those that are inscribed with prayers that evoke the name of God and the prophet Muhammad and his companions. The ninety-nine names of God, verses from the Qur’an, and sayings of the Prophet (hadith), for example, are appropriated and regenerated into texts that are meant to be good omens. Talismans that contain inscriptions with the names of prophets and religious figures have the power to protect an individual from hardship and danger by acting as conduits between these holy figures and anyone carrying the talisman. This is also true of devotional manuals by religious leaders (shaikhs) with passages stating that whoever reads them will be protected from demons and supernatural beings (jinn). The written story about a prophet can be protective as well, with pictorial representations of that prophet and of the omens associated with him.

The representations of certain prophets are more efficacious than others, with Solomon’s as the most powerful of all. Solomon had the ability to talk to animals and supernatural beings, and was renowned for his wisdom; Bilqis, queen of Sheba, was converted to monotheism by witnessing that wisdom. The Qur’an states Solomon’s authority in a number of verses, and his apotropaic seal, a six-pointed star or hexagram, occurs on many surfaces, such as a wood panel, a blade, and a scroll.

Many other religious narratives also carry talismanic powers. The story of the miracle of the Seven Sleepers of Ephesus (ashab al-kahf, or “people of the cave”), which is the subject of a chapter in the Qur’an (Surat al-Kahf), has particular powers for many Muslims. The act of reciting the story of the seven Christian men and their dog Qitmir who, fleeing persecution by the emperor Decius, found a cave and slept for several hundred years, protects the reader from harm, just as the Seven Sleepers and their dog were protected all those years.

Images of Muhammad’s cousin ‘Ali ibn Abi Talib and those of Imam ‘Ali, son-in-law of the Prophet, with his two martyred sons Hasan and Husain, also carry apotropaic properties. ‘Ali’s miraculous sword (Dhu’l fiqar) becomes a relic and talismanic object in Islam, and is represented across various media.

Talismans not only shield but guide their wearers; they are objects that reflect occult practices. Amulet cases, mirrors, boxes, weapons, talismanic shirts or banners are capable of shielding a person or group of people from the forces of evil. When a person is confronted with an ethical dilemma, all he needs to do is consult the Qur’an or one of these objects for guidance.

These imbued objects are also used as tools for scientists or as cures prescribed by physicians for various ailments. The Abbasids played an active role in the transmission of knowledge and science from the Greco-Roman world, and Arabic translations of medical and astrological texts were integral to Islamic court and daily life. Historically, the stars and the Qur’an were consulted for almost every action and medical condition, and stars and talismanic objects became interconnected; and just as the stories of the prophets found in the Qur’an acted as talismans, the stars, too, would guide a person on his/her journey in this life and the afterlife. Eventually, elaborate horoscopes and a science of letters (‘ilm al-huruf) that broke down the ninety-nine names of God to their individual letters were created at court to predict whether a ruler was to have an auspicious reign. Sometimes these letters can be found on the clasp of a casket.
The objects discussed here demonstrate the ways in which science, magic, and religious belief work together to endow objects with talismanic powers and protect individuals from harm.