Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Buddhism And Jainism

Buddhism And Jainism Cover Buddhism and Jainism deny the very existence of God as an absolute and eternal entity. They do not acknowledge a creator behind the world in which we live. In Buddhism, any discussion about God is regarded as futile because such a deliberation is of little value in the liberation of an individual. It would not lead to mitigation of human Suffering or liberation of the individual. What matters most is personal effort and the sincerity with which the Eightfold path is practiced. The Buddha advised his disciples to remain in the here and now, mindful of their immediate perceptible world, to know the True Nature of their existence and find suitable remedies to the problem of their suffering. If Buddhism does not care to confirm or deny the existence of God, leaving the matter rather inconclusive and unanswered, Jainism makes its stand very clear by emphatically denying the existence of God as a Universal and absolute Self responsible for creation, leaving no scope whatsoever for ambiguity on the subject.

Paradoxical as it may sound, although Jainism does not believe in the existence of universal Supreme Self, it may be wrong if we categorize as atheistic. Jainism may say God has not created the universe, but it does say that the souls are divine and eternal. It believes in the sanctity of the worlds by finding divine souls everywhere, having the potential to reach their highest state of freedom, through their individual effort. For Jains God and divinity are not synonymous. A world devoid of God can still be divine and eternal. They perceive divinity or God nature in the sanctity of entire existence and in the eternal, individual souls who are intrinsically divine, having the ability to be according to their choices and actions. The world and the soul are permanent realities which cannot be denied. According to the Akaranga Sutra, "He who denies the world (of fire-bodies), denies the self; and he who denies the self, denies the world (of fire-bodies)."

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Friday, July 25, 2008

The Importance Of Jhanas In Buddhism

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The Jhanas in Ancient Buddhism

Ven. Henepola Gunaratana ("Bhante G")

"The various subjects and methods of meditation divide into two inter-related systems. One is called the development of serenity (samatha")"," the other the development of insight ("vipassana")"."

The former also goes under the name of development of concentration ("samadhi")"," the latter the development of wisdom ("p"a~n~na")"." The practice of serenity meditation aims at developing a calm, concentrated, unified mind as a means of experiencing inner peace and as a basis for wisdom.

The practice of insight meditation aims at gaining a direct understanding of the real nature of phenomena.

Of the two, the development of insight is regarded by Buddhism as the essential key to liberation, the direct antidote to the ignorance underlying bondage and suffering.

Whereas serenity meditation is recognized as common to both Buddhist and non-Buddhist contemplative disciplines, insight meditation is held to be the unique discovery of the Buddha and an unparalleled feature of his path.

However, because the growth of insight presupposes a certain degree of concentration, and serenity meditation helps to achieve this, the development of serenity also claims an incontestable place in the Buddhist meditative process.

Jon Kabat Zinn narrates a guided meditation that corresponds to the first two stages of Ajahn Brahm's jhana meditation technique: (1) Letting go of past and future, placing attention on the body, (2) letting go of inner chatter, placing attention on sounds, (3) letting go of diversity, placing attention only on the breath.

Together the two types of meditation work to make the mind a fit instrument for enlightenment. With his mind unified by means of the development of serenity, made sharp and bright by the development of insight, the meditator can proceed unobstructed to reach the end of suffering, nirvana.

Pivotal to both systems of meditation, though belonging inherently to the side of serenity, is a set of meditative attainments called the "jhanas." Though translators have offered various renderings of this word, ranging from the feeble "musing" to the misleading "trance" and the ambiguous "meditation," we prefer to leave the word untranslated and to let its meaning emerge from its contextual usages.

From these it is clear that the jhanas are states of deep mental unification that result from the centering of the mind upon a single object with such power of attention that a total immersion in the object takes place.

The early sutras speak of four absorptions, named simply after their numerical position in the series: the first jhana, the second jhana, the third jhana, and the forth jhana. In the sutras the four repeatedly appear each described by a standard formula, which we will examine later in detail.

The importance of the jhanas in the Buddhist path can readily be gauged from the frequency with which they are mentioned throughout the discourses. They figure prominently both in the Buddha's own experience and in his exhortation to disciples.

In his childhood, while attending an annual plowing festival, the future Buddha spontaneously entered the first jhana. It was the memory of this childhood incident, many years later [during his six year quest for enlightenment] after his futile pursuit of austerities, that revealed to him the way to enlightenment during his period of deepest despondency (M.i, 246-247).

After taking his seat beneath the Bodhi tree, [Siddhartha] entered the four jhanas immediately before direction his mind to the threefold knowledge that issued in his enlightenment (M.i.247-249).

Throughout his active career the four jhanas remained "his heavenly dwelling" (D.iii.220) to which he resorted in order to live happily here and now.

His understanding of the corruption, purification, and emergence in the jhanas and other meditative attainments is one of the Ten Powers [of a Buddha or Tathagata] which enable him to turn the matchless wheel of the Dharma (M.i.70).

Just before his passing away the Buddha entered the jhanas in direct and reverse order, and the passing away itself took place directly from the fourth jhana (D.ii.156).

The Buddha is constantly seen in the suttas encouraging his disciples to develop jhana. The four jhanas are invariably included in the complete course of training laid down for disciples ("Fruits of Recluseship" discourse (DN 2; MN 27).

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Monday, July 21, 2008

The Mirror Of Alchemy

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Book: The Mirror Of Alchemy by Roger Bacon

The Mirror of Alchemy, composed by the famous Friar, Roger Bacon, sometime fellow of Martin College and Brasen-nase College in Oxenforde. In many ancient Books there are found many definitions of this Art, the intentions whereof we must
consider in this Chapter. For Hermes said of this Science: Alchemy is a Corporal Science simply composed of one and by one, naturally conjoining things more precious, by Knowledge and effect, and converting them by a natural commixtion into a better kind. A certain other said: Alchemy is a Science, teaching how to transform any kind of metal into another: and that by a proper medicine, as it appeared by many Philosophers' Books. Alchemy therefore is a Science teaching how to make and compound a certain medicine, which is called Elixir, the which when it is cast upon metals or imperfect bodies, does fully perfect them in the very projection.

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Thursday, July 17, 2008

Studies In Occultism

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Book: Studies In Occultism by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky

Occultism is not magic. It is comparatively easy to learn the trick of spells and the methods of using the subtler, but still material, forces of physical nature; the powers of the animal soul in man are soon awakened; the forces which his love, his hate, his passion, can call into operation, are readily developed. But this is black magic -- Sorcery. For it is the motive, and the motive alone, which makes any exercise of power become black, malignant, or white, beneficent Magic. It is impossible to employ spiritual forces if there is the slightest tinge of selfishness remaining in the operator. For, unless the intention is entirely unalloyed, the spiritual will transform itself
into the psychic, act on the astral plane, and dire results may be produced by it. The powers and forces of animal nature can equally be used by the selfish and revengeful, as by the unselfish and the all-forgiving; the powers and forces of spirit lend themselves only to the perfectly pure in heart -- and this is DIVINE MAGIC.

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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Invocation Of Horus

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Book: Invocation Of Horus by James Eschelman

Here’s the unmodified original. (I think this is unedited. I just pulled it off my file copy. Haven’t gone back to proofread it against the original.) It was originally performed on March 20, 1904. It is customary in some Thelemic circles to repeat the ritual on that occasion each year.

To be performed before a window open to the East or North without incense. The room to be filled with jewels, but only diamonds to be worn. A sword, unconsecrated. 44 pearl beads to be told. Stand. Bright daylight at 12:30 noon. Lock doors. White robes. Bare feet. Be very loud. Use the Sign of Apophis and Typhon. No preliminary banishing etc. - James A. Eschelman

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Tuesday, July 15, 2008

The Secret Of The Dark Mirror

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Book: The Secret Of The Dark Mirror by Carroll Runyon

MY ILLNESS AND MY QUIXOTIC attempt to cure it through hypnosis had driven me into the shamanic tradition of my ancestors -- and, as the saying goes, “when the student is ready, the teacher appears”. In this case the teacher came in the form of a book. My first introduction to Western Magick still stands as the best survey work written on the practical aspects of the subject: The Black Arts by Richard Cavendish, published in 1968. Using Cavendish’s excellent bibliography I quickly acquired Waite’s The Book of Black Magic & Pacts along with the Mathers-Crowley Goetia, Mather’s The Key of Solomon the King, and Francis Barrett’s The Magus.

The medieval Key of Solomon provided an authentic handbook for making magical regalia, implements and talismans but it was the more notorious Goetia of the Lemegeton, the so-called Lesser Key of Solomon, that was the real wizard’s Liber Spirituum. The Goetia (pronounced Go-EY-sha) cataloged and described 72 rebellious spirits that, according to a Talmudic legend, old King Solomon has imprisoned in an enchanted Brass vessel submerged in a lake in Babylon. This read like a fabulous tale from The Arabian Nights but in my irrational state I was convinced that there was a hidden truth behind the fantastic story. Like Aladdin’s wonderful lamp or Ali Baba’s “Open Sesame” there was a Secret Key to calling up those mighty princes of the Jinn that Solomon had imprisoned so long ago – and I was determined to find it.

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Sunday, July 13, 2008

Science Of Breath

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Book: Science Of Breath by Yogi Ramacharaka

This book is intended only for those who feel an earnest attraction towards
the Higher teachings. To those to whome a glimpse of the Inner Life has been
given, the Ypgi philosophy will prove a treasury of the rarest jewels. and each
time he Studies it he will see new gems.

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Saturday, July 12, 2008

Yogi Philosophy

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Book: Yogi Philosophy by Yogi Ramacharaka

This book containes 14 lessons in Yogi Philosophiand oriental occultism.
It describes the mental Principles and the spirital principles, spirital
evolution and growth of the soul. The book containes interesting
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Directions and plans of yogi path of attaintnent.

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Tuesday, July 8, 2008

The Book Of Am Tuat

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Book: The Book Of Am Tuat by Ea Wallis Budge

This book is an Ancient Egyptian cosmological treatise which describes the Tuat, the underworld that the boat of the Sun God, Ra, traverses during the night hours. Each chapter deals with one of the twelve hours of the night. A Hallucinogenic travelogue of the netherworld, this extensively illustrated book depicts hundreds of Gods and goddesses that appear nowhere else in the literature.

"THE WRITINGS AND THE DRAWINGS OF THE HIDDEN PALACE WHICH APPERTAIN TO THE SOULS, AND THE GODS, AND THE SHADOWS, AND THE SPIRITS, WHICH COMPOSE THE BEGINNING OF THE HORN OF AMENT, OF THE HORIZON OF AMENT, [WHICH IS] THE UTMOST BOUNDARY OF THE THICK DARKNESS OF THE HORIZON OF AMENTET, CONTAINING THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE SOULS OF THE TUAT, AND THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE SECRET SOULS, AND THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE DOORS AND THE WAYS THROUGH AND ON WHICH THE GREAT GOD JOURNEYETH, AND THE KNOWLEDGE OF ..., AND
THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE HOURS AND OF THEIR GODS, AND THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE JOURNEYINGS OF THE HOURS AND OF THEIR GODS, AND THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE FORMULAE [WHICH THEY SAY] TO RA, AND THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE SPEECHES WHICH HE MAKETH TO THEM, AND THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE GODS WHO PRAISE HIM AND OF THOSE WHO EFFECT DESTRUCTION."

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Monday, July 7, 2008

The Foundations Of High Magick

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Book: The Foundations Of High Magick by Melita Denning

The purpose of The Foundations of High Magick is to continue the works of the Ogdoadic Tradition of the Western Mysteries, thereby providing a sane vehicle for the spiritual well-being and advancement of its members in an ambience of living alchemy. The Magical Philosophy is published under authority of Aurum Solis and is endorsed by the Order as a valid curriculum for study and practice of High Magick within the Ogdoadic Tradition.

This is the definitive work on the Western Mystery Tradition—both setting forth the way mainstream Western occultism has developed and providing a completely modern and psychologically valid restatement of the Magical Art. The work of Magick is the work of Man. The famous schema of the Qabalah, the "Tree of Life," which indicates an entire philosophy by means of ten circles and twenty-two connecting lines, is sometimes taken to be an objective plan of the universe. It is not: it is altogether subjective. It is the plan of the universe interpreted through the focus*ng lens of human nature. That is both the limit of what we can know and the limit of what concerns us. The perfection to which we aspire must be perfection of the human kind.

The aspiration towards perfection is essential to all who follow the path of Magick. Here is no place for scruples about spiritual narcissism, or pride, or an=thing of that sort. To reject this aspiration would be to will a disharmony in the universal fabric, and would be at least as great a catastrophe as the defects which it might seem to avoid. It is this aspiration, and this reverent sense of purpose which are the most sure marks of the true student of the Qabalah.

There is Man, the Microcosm, containing within himself all those forces he perceives in the external universe, and, step by step, in his training, becoming aware of those forces and learning at the same time to evoke and control them. For this is the truth, which the guardians of the Qabalah have known through the ages, and which the most advanced psychologists are beginning to perceive: the inner world and the outer are more closely related than is ever dreamed of by the average man, who thinks of himself as the victim of external circumstances; and the inner world is the more potent. Man makes his world, or is crushed by the worlds made by others. The greater his Understanding and the more enlightened his spirit, the better he will carry out this essential task.

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Friday, July 4, 2008

Awakening A Sufi Experience

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Book: Awakening A Sufi Experience by Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan

The retreat looms large in the spiritual universe of Sufi master Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan. Away from mundane concerns, the retreatant takes steps to see through the eyes of God, or in Inayat Khan's words, "to think like the Universe." Inayat Khan's synthesis of Indian and Islamic mysticism creates an attractive and palatable spiritual program, couched in the modern language of the new spirituality--Jungian archetypes, Cosmic Christ, spectrum of consciousness, Being of light. Through human beings, Inayat Khan says, the universe itself is alive, and as human beings, we can participate actively in the evolution of the universe. Awakening is a handbook for revisioning God as the universe and transforming our own consciousness. Collected from transcripts of his retreat talks, Awakening guides the reader beyond the self through meditative practices, visualization, whirling, and dhikr, the traditional Sufi ritual of remembrance for inviting the Divine Presence into the heart. At the same time, Pir Vilayat insists that we be awakened in life by loosening the ties of conditioning, challenging deep-seated assumptions, and living a life of simplicity and service. Although its roots are in age-old traditions, Awakening is at the cutting edge of mysticism.

Awakening: A Sufi Experience comes as near to the real thing as I've seen. Pythia Peay's transcription and editing of retreat sessions by Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan allows the reader to participate in the "process of inner unveiling" (ix) and awakening at the heart of this very readable and ecumenical book. With a gentle insistence on the development of conscience ("awakening in life") as a result of "awakening beyond life", Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan provides an antidote to mystified notions of spirituality and the disengagement often associated with conventional religious enthusiasm. Here are some of Pir Vilayat's own words from a book filled with authentic wisdom: "Though the mystical encounter goes deeper than words can convey, tangible traces of it can be seen in the actions we take, the values we uphold, and the ideals we strive for. In effect, what I am trying to say is that the illumination of consciousness leads inevitably to the awakening of conscience. This enables us to fulfill the purpose of our lives and actualize the unfurling of the potentialities of our beings.... there is no limit to the responsibility we bear toward others.

Khan, the head of the Sufi Order since 1956, opens his beautiful little book with a parable. Imagine, he says, you are a visitor from the far reaches of the universe and you have just landed on Earth. Whatever your reasons for coming to this planet, you assume the physical appearance of Earth's creatures and become adapted to its ways of life. Eventually, you suffer some kind of major upheaval. Feeling restless and uneasy, you begin to ask questions about the nature of reality, the source of creation and the beauty and mystery of the world. Suddenly, after years of searching, you remember your previous existence and you are awakened to your cosmic self and your oneness with the universe. Such a story, he notes, describes perfectly the essence of Sufism: "the story of every soul's descent into existence, its experiences of suffering brought about by separation from its original state of being, and the subsequent journey of return and reawakening to its Divine nature." Khan contends that "awakening beyond lifeAexperiencing a spectrum of altered states of consciousnessAis followed by that of awakening in life." In conversational fashion, Khan explores the stages of this awakening. He advocates a withdrawal from the world as a way of opening oneself to the dimensions of the inner world. Khan then explores how the great religious teachers Zoroaster, Muhammad, Christ, Buddha, Shiva, Abraham and Melchizedek realized these dimensions and urges seekers to follow their examples. Finally, he suggests that we can create heaven on earth through the awakening of the Divine Conscience and giving birth to a "spiritual value system that ensures a more conscious, compassionate, and beautiful future for all humankind." Khan's rich book serves as an introduction to Sufism as well as a guide to its practice.

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Opposition To Messianic Judaism

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Considerable opposition has come from both Jewish and Christian leaders and organizations:
- Jewish community: They are generally concerned that converts to Messianic groups will be lost forever to Judaism. Converts to Messianic Judaism are often shunned by their Jewish families of origin and are excluded from the local Jewish community. The Central Conference of American Rabbis, the Reform rabbinic organization has stated:

"For us in the Jewish community, anyone who claimsthat Jesus is their savior is no longer a Jew and is an apostate. Through that belief she has placed herself outside the Jewish community. Whether she cares to define herself as a Christian or as a 'fulfilled Jew,' 'Messianic Jew,' or any other designation is irrelevant; to us, she is clearly a Christian." 1

- Israeli Supreme Court: The court decided on 1989-DEC-25, and subsequently, that Messianic Jews were not eligible to immigrate to Israel under the Law of Return, because of their belief in Yeshua. Non-theistic Jews who are Atheists and Humanists can return, but not believers in Yeshua. They are viewed as belonging to another religion.
- Liberal and mainline Christian groups generally believe that Jews, as God's chosen people, will be saved according to God's permanent covenants with them, as explained in the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament). There is no need for them to accept Jesus Christ. Thus they view attempts by conservative Christians to evangelize Jews is a wasted effort, and insulting to Judaism.
- Lycos: In 1999-AUG, this search engine removed a Jews for Jesus banner advertisement from its web page. It had been running since 1999-JUL-6 at a cost of $1,700. Lycos had tied it to their popular search engine so that it popped up whenever the one of the first 40,000 Internet users scanned the Lycos data base with the word "Jewish" as a search term. The banner said: "The end of the world is no time to finally realize Jesus is the Messiah. (Its all in the book.) click here for a free copy!" Lycos started to receive many complaints from the Jewish community by JUL-29. They objected to what they feel was a Christian advertisement intended to convert Jews. Lycos initially pulled the ad on JUL-30, on the grounds that the Jews for Jesus web site included a reference to Lycos and gave the appearance that the company endorsed JFJ. The reference was removed, and Lycos reinstalled the ad. Lycos then allowed the agreement to expire without renewal about AUG-14. Jews for Jesus Spokesperson Susan Perlman, was disappointed that their ad would not be renewed. She said: ''The Web is supposed to be a marketplace for all kinds of ideas, and people can click on them or pass them by.'
- Steven Brodsky: Brodsky, a Jewish individual, registered his private web site http://www.jewsforjesus.org. The site encouraged converts to leave Messianic Judaism "come home" to Judaism. This generated much confusion with the official Jews for Jesus web site at: http://www.jews-for-jesus.org Brodsky argued that he was not infringing on the organization's copyright. After a court case, the Jews for Jesus organization appears to have taken over Brodsky's full domain name and made it their own. Jews for Jesus has also taken over www.jews4jesus.org (and .net and .com)
- U.S. Navy: Michael Hiles, a Messianic Jew, successfully applied to the U.S. Navy to serve as a chaplain. However, when he started training, he was instructed to wear a cross on his insignia in place of the Luchos that all Jewish chaplains wear. That is, his insignia was to match his Evangelical Christian theology, not his Jewish cultural identity.

When he asked the Navy to reconsider, he was told that the senior Chaplain Command had made the ruling and that nothing could be done at the time. Given the choice between wearing the cross on his insignia, or leaving the Navy, he chose to leave.

Yeshiva World News (YVN), a Jewish news source, reported:

"The decision requiring Messianic Jews to wear the cross was made officially on November 26, 2008 by the President of the Navy Uniform Board, Vice Admiral M. E. Ferguson U.S. Navy Deputy Chief of Naval Operations."

Reaction from the Jewish community was generally positive. There were 23 comments posted to the YWN web site. Some were:
- "DeepThinker" wrote: "The ?Messianic Jews? are nothing but a fraud, perpetrated by the evangelical missionary groups on the Jewish community to confuse the ignorant into converting from Judaism to Christianity. Fraud, is Fraud, is Fraud?no matter what the label. Thank G-D, the navy is not cooperating with this deception!"
- Mayan Dvash wrote: "Well, the Vice Admiral has the insight to see that 'Messianic Judaism' is not Judaism."
- "12786" wrote: "I agree 100% with the decision of the Navy Uniform Board. The Messianic movement is way too extreme in their beliefs and the Navy was right to not allow their representative to be labeled as a Jewish Chaplin."
- Miulhouse wrote: "?Messianic Jews? are Christians, usually Baptists, who pretend to be Jews in order to missionize. They believe everything that all Christians believe; many of them don?t even have Jewish mothers. The name, which implies that they?re normal Jews who just happen to believe that You-Know-Who was moshiach, is a fraud."
- "Binyomin5766" wrote: "... these messianics are difficult to categorize since they don?t have a set of common standards beyond a general adherence to Christian theology. In my experience with the movement, though, most participants are goyim who have some kind of interest in things Jewish. Of course, they really don?t like people like me; people going the 'other way' disrupt the work they are trying to do."
- "Shtenderbender" wrote: "I don?t think the Navy?s point was to identify him as not Jewish, all they were doing was catering to their costumers; a Jewish serviceman doesn?t want a Messianic whatever as his chaplain."
- "iWatas" wrote: "Bravo! This is truth in advertising. Jews-for-Yashky are not selling Judaism, so they should not have a Jewish symbol on their uniforms. Understand that a LOT of people find religion when serving in the armed forces. And many secular Jews are not sure what to do - so messianic Christians do a lot of harm by preying on the ignorant Jewish soldier who looks for spiritual guidance. This single act certainly has saved Jewish neshamas. The Chaplain?s office of the United States Armed Forces has therefore saved the world."

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Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Religion Of Allah

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One keeps hearing about the Bengali magic, African magic etc. often.These different kinds of magic spells can be reversed with the help of the Quranic verse 83 of Surah Aal-e-Imran.

(83)

Do they seek for other than the Religion of Allah.-while all creatures in the heavens and on earth have, willing or unwilling, bowed to His Will (Accepted Islam), and to Him shall they all be brought back.

This verse is powerful enough to reverse white magic, black magic, magic done with the devils/jinnat, filthy magic, African magic, Moakkil magic, Hindu black magic and the magic done to create stumbling blocks or bandish.

Note:


1 This amal should also be done to take revenge upon those magicians who do not possess high evil powers such as devils.

2 This amal can get affected if the magician casts a spell on the amal itself. However, if he does not manage to do so, then this amal can be used for the different types of black magic mentioned above.

The amal is as follows:


1 Read Durud Shareef 11 times before and after reading the Quranic verse 83 of Surah Aal-e-Imran

2 Try to read it as much as possible for a successful magic reversal. The more number of times the victim reads this special verse, the stronger will his amal become.

3 Pray to Allah to help in sending back the magic to the person who has been sending it to you..

Remember me in your prayers,

Amel Soname



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