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How To Deal With Relatives Who Do Black Magic?

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On 8/26/2015 at 12:00 AM, The Light said:

Salam Alaykom,

I don't know where to start, but here we go. 

I've been under the attack of black magic or (taweez) for about 4 years. Same for the other members of our family. Some of them have been under the effect of black magic for about 15+ years. At first, it had a lot of negative effect on me which made me go crazy (literally), but now Alhamdallallah, if someone does it on me, I don't feel the effects that much, maybe it's because I've become more religious, thank God.

The good thing is that we regularly check with a Mullah who is an expert on this and he tells us whats wrong and if there is something like black magic (taweez), then we try to remove it, which costs alot of money. At the same time, the mullah can also tell who are the individuals that are doing this to us. We first found about it before my engagement, which I was most effected by black magic and the most severe ones too. It turned out to be my cousin, who wanted to break my engagement apart, not because he wanted my fiance, but reasons which I still don't understand. I'm saying this cause he was already married.

Unfortunately, this did not end there. This continued till my marriage and after it. So, basically he did not let me enjoy my happy days, because I was always in a bad mood, I argued with my parents and I felt depressed, even though everything was going according to what I wanted in life. This was not the only reason he did this, he also didn't want me to do my higher education. 

The reasons for him doing this was to stop me from going to university and stop me from getting married. 

Long story short, he eventually stopped doing it, which kinda ended in a dramatic way, which we dealt with it face to face.

Still I am being attacked by black magic sometimes now, but it's someone else. 

When we first heard about it that my cousin was doing this, we were shocked at how we got betrayed by our own relative. 

We didn't do anything, but good to our cousin. We helped him in the most difficult times of his life and what did we receive?

we received a stab in the back! This is what always happens to us. We give shelter to a snake beneath our sleeves.

Sorry, for the long details, but I had to add the backstory to it. The question is what should we do with these relatives who do black magic on us? How should we deal with them? Some suggests that we should cut relations with them, but on the other hand, we should also think about (Sile rahim), keeping family ties. Despite everything we still see each other and visit each other, but I don't think anyone would forget the things he has done. We have relatives who are machines of envy and jealousy. It's not just my cousin, there's a whole bunch of them that do not even wanna see me smiling. They envy me not matter what I do. 

If he truly repents and changes as a person, I am willing to forgive and forget, but what if that black magic really did took effect and broke apart my marriage and my life. What would I have done at that moment? Whenever I think about this scenario, I boil with anger. I mean he tried to take away the only women I love.

I would really like to hear your insights and would like to know what would you do in this scenario?

There is a story of a man who was trying to ruin a lady's life. But it's said that when the Jinn went to do his bidding, they could not even enter her house let alone exert an effect on her, the reason being is that she engaged in a huge amount of Quranic recitations and prayer. I think it was a hadith I heard of years and years ago, can't exactly remember.

Another tip I can give is be aware of your possessions, your hair strands, your shirts, etc. Make sure it is all accounted for. Sometimes there are items that are hidden in one's house, so be on alert. 

What you can do is maintain a distance (so that a chance is not given to inflict evil on you) but also remain kind/patient. It's unlikely they change however it IS possible, and that's just about the only way I know of that may work.

Also, I'm absolutely shocked that this Sheikh is charging you money for the services. I suggest you find another person because it's very likely this man is hustling you and that in reality he did nothing for you. I've never heard of a sheikh charging anything for that, they normally do it for the sake of Allah. 

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On 8/26/2015 at 11:19 PM, dragonxx said:

Conditions need to be met, and depending on the intent and method, the conditions will vary. That's why you won't see mass magic. 

Do you deny the existence of Jinn? Surely not. So why is it so hard to believe that humans can interact with Jinn and vice versa?

I know we discussed this before a bit, but not only is it remembered in the Quran, there are also countless hadith/historical facts regarding black magic as well.

Im sorry, but the evidence speaking about doing black magic on others and from the jinn is not evident from the quran. Allah swt, shuts down any claim of magic when ever bringing it up in the quran. I believe in jinn yes, but I do not believe humans interact with them, especially not in todays time. I only believe chosen beings of Allah swt could only. Allah swt also talks about meccan gods, are they true? Of course not. Just because "magic" is mentioned, does not imply its true. No where in the quran does Allah swt claim "MAGIC WORKS INDEFINITELY". I have already emphasized on this point.

Ayatollah Sistani H.A Answers you

Question: I have been told that I am under Black Magic. I feel that my mind is blocked and I cannot think and concentrate deeply. Also, I cannot think constructively which is destroying my professional and personal life. Kindly suggest me duas / amaal which I can do to come out of this painful trauma.

Answer: We advise you to read the Holy Quran, particularly the four chapters that begin with "Qul" i.e. "Qul howallahu ahad", "Qul yaa ayyohal kaferoon", "Qul a'uzo berabbil falagh", and "Qul yaa ayyohal kaferoon". At the same time, you should visit a doctor.
 

Question: My wife fell into a deep coma. She was very healthy, and just carrying some water and then all of a sudden she collapsed while talking. She was rushed to the hospital immediately and it was found that her blood pressure was very low and due to this her brain did not receive oxygen for 2 hours. The doctors are unable to explain how she has fallen ill and I am also a doctor and also I can not explain how this has happened. Is she suffering from some sort of black magic?

Answer: You must take her to a specialist. Do not engage your mind thinking about black magic or things like that. All things are in Allah's hand.
 
 
with due respect to everyone who believes in this like 99% of people who believe they are under magic spells have a history of mental issues, coincidence? I think not...

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On 8/26/2015 at 10:12 PM, apofomysback said:

his case may be genuine - we don't know. all we were trying to do was to get him to see the bigger picture. but considering how rude the OP is, it's no point. 

Yes, I admit I am rude and I am a very short tempered person. 

No one reacts rudely until there isn't a reason. I came here asking a question and giving details of how I have suffered from this thing in the past. And we've seeing an expert to remove the black magic, which it is totally fine and no one can judge me because of that, then all I get is what?

"Black magic ain't real", the mullah you are going to is a cheat and some are telling me indirectly that I am an unfaithful person who ONLY relies on mullahs. 

I didn't know how judgemental some people can be. 

It was my experience, I've seen it, I've felt it, I've suffered it, then someone calling these things a bluff?, that's pure judging.

On 8/26/2015 at 11:43 PM, Ethics said:

with due respect to everyone who believes in this like 99% of people who believe they are under magic spells have a history of mental issues, coincidence? I think not...

Ok, no offence taken, but if your saying is true, then all of the members of my family have mental illnesses?

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I understand why you're getting frustrated. Whether or not your relatives are practicing black magic (debated enough above), how do you handle relatives who wish badly upon you?

Answer: Exactly as you would treat anyone else who wishes badly upon you. In my opinion, being betrayed by a family member is worse than being mistreated by a stranger. You can't choose your family. Just because you are blood does not mean you owe them your love or even tolerance if they wish badly upon you.

Just my opinion. 

What should we do with these relatives who do black magic on us? How should we deal with them? 

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On 8/26/2015 at 11:36 PM, dragonxx said:

There is a story of a man who was trying to ruin a lady's life. But it's said that when the Jinn went to do his bidding, they could not even enter her house let alone exert an effect on her, the reason being is that she engaged in a huge amount of Quranic recitations and prayer. I think it was a hadith I heard of years and years ago, can't exactly remember.

Another tip I can give is be aware of your possessions, your hair strands, your shirts, etc. Make sure it is all accounted for. Sometimes there are items that are hidden in one's house, so be on alert. 

What you can do is maintain a distance (so that a chance is not given to inflict evil on you) but also remain kind/patient. It's unlikely they change however it IS possible, and that's just about the only way I know of that may work.

Also, I'm absolutely shocked that this Sheikh is charging you money for the services. I suggest you find another person because it's very likely this man is hustling you and that in reality he did nothing for you. I've never heard of a sheikh charging anything for that, they normally do it for the sake of Allah. 

Absolutely right, we've seen many things like taweez hidden in our house, like under the carpet and places which are hard to notice. 

When some people come to our house, they have plans to do something, so they place those things secretly somewhere in your house.

Good tip, I should always keep an eye on suspected people whenever they get close to us. 

Well, it's my first time I heard that any sheikh would do that for free. I think it's there profession as they make a livelihood out of this. 

The charges depend on the severity of the spell that is casted upon someone. 

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On 8/26/2015 at 10:12 PM, apofomysback said:

I haven't seen bad language? if it weren't for forum rules I'd show you a bit a of bad language dear sir.

so we've answered your question - at least i've already done that twice "DON"T SEVER YOUR TIES WITH YOUR RELATIVES" but apparently you are only interested in replies telling you otherwise i guess.  

Come to Pakistan one day and you won't have one family that doesn't have ill feelings for a certain family/family member. it's the norm here. it's how we live. i personally know many people who believe everything wrong in their lives is because of a family member casting black magic on them. my sister in law's migraines are a result of her husband's sister casting black magic on her. my neighbours frequent illnesses are black magic cast by her jealous sister. my maid's ulcer and poor finances are a result of her brother in law casting black magic on her....you get the flow? 

his case may be genuine - we don't know. all we were trying to do was to get him to see the bigger picture. but considering how rude the OP is, it's no point. 

That' interesting. I wasn't aware of that. I don't have any comment on the black magic bit though. 

My point was that as the OP doesn't get on well with these relatives, nor they with him, he should avoid them and move on with his life.

In my opinion, that is the only mature solution to dealing with people one doesn't get along with. What else can he realistically do? If his relatives greatly dislike him and are wishing him ill, there is nothing he can do to stop them, so why stress about something one doesn't have any control over? I'm not saying he should cut relations with them or anything dramatic but simply avoid them if possible.

It's also important to note that the OP admitted that he is rude and short tempered. Someone with that sort of personality will most likely struggle to be civil and maintain decorum in the presence of said relatives. For that reason, continuing to engage his relatives doesn't seem like a good idea to me. 

I think he derailed his own thread but going into detail about the black magic thing. He should have simply titled his thread "How to deal with  relatives who are hostile and greatly dislike you" or something to that effect since that seems to be his main question.

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On 8/27/2015 at 10:45 AM, alina92 said:

It's also important to note that the OP admitted that he is rude and short tempered. Someone with that sort of personality will most likely struggle to be civil and maintain decorum in the presence of said relatives. For that reason, continuing to engage his relatives doesn't seem like a good idea to me. 

I think he derailed his own thread but going into detail about the black magic thing. He should have simply titled his thread "How to deal with  relatives who are hostile and greatly dislike you" or something to that effect since that seems to be his main question.

Oh, so suddenly you know so much about me that you've already made judgement that I am the one who is not getting along with my relatives. Bravo, just bravo.

You're saying that I am an uncivil person. My anger is within reason, I don't go on a rampage without any reason. So, please don't say anything that which you don't have full knowledge of. This would've bee different if I was rude in every single post on shiachat, but no I am not. 

I did not derail my thread. It's other people that didn't understand the thread that is why we are discussing about black magic and not how to deal with relatives.

God, people are getting on my nerves. 

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On 8/26/2015 at 11:43 PM, Ethics said:

Im sorry, but the evidence speaking about doing black magic on others and from the jinn is not evident from the quran. Allah swt, shuts down any claim of magic when ever bringing it up in the quran. I believe in jinn yes, but I do not believe humans interact with them, especially not in todays time. I only believe chosen beings of Allah swt could only. Allah swt also talks about meccan gods, are they true? Of course not. Just because "magic" is mentioned, does not imply its true. No where in the quran does Allah swt claim "MAGIC WORKS INDEFINITELY". I have already emphasized on this point.

Ayatollah Sistani H.A Answers you

Question: I have been told that I am under Black Magic. I feel that my mind is blocked and I cannot think and concentrate deeply. Also, I cannot think constructively which is destroying my professional and personal life. Kindly suggest me duas / amaal which I can do to come out of this painful trauma.

Answer: We advise you to read the Holy Quran, particularly the four chapters that begin with "Qul" i.e. "Qul howallahu ahad", "Qul yaa ayyohal kaferoon", "Qul a'uzo berabbil falagh", and "Qul yaa ayyohal kaferoon". At the same time, you should visit a doctor.

Question: My wife fell into a deep coma. She was very healthy, and just carrying some water and then all of a sudden she collapsed while talking. She was rushed to the hospital immediately and it was found that her blood pressure was very low and due to this her brain did not receive oxygen for 2 hours. The doctors are unable to explain how she has fallen ill and I am also a doctor and also I can not explain how this has happened. Is she suffering from some sort of black magic?
Answer: You must take her to a specialist. Do not engage your mind thinking about black magic or things like that. All things are in Allah's hand.
 
 
with due respect to everyone who believes in this like 99% of people who believe they are under magic spells have a history of mental issues, coincidence? I think not...

Firstly, I don't think anyone said black magic works indefinitely, indeed it only works by Allah's permission as with everything else. This does not mean Allah is the one who inflicted but means some people perhaps are unprotected due to religious issues or things of that sort.

Secondly, the questions/answers you have kindly provided seems to have been misinterpreted by you. Indeed the reply was "At the same time, you should visit a doctor".......... "At the same time,"............ "At the same time," indicating that there is a possibility that black magic may be the case, or that the person could be mistaken and it's in fact symptoms of a medical illness.

The second question posed was a description of an obvious medical case, not one of black magic, and that's why they recommended to not think about black magic and seek a specialist. The marjaa are largely aware of the afflictions that are possible by black magic, which in part plays a role as to why it's so obvious to them. And, again, Glory be to Allah, all things are indeed in his hands, just like how death is in Allah's hand. That doesn't mean you go slit your throat and say "I won't be punished, death is in Allah's hand." Choices (especially religious duties) you make in life play a role in what can and can't affect you.

Lastly, I know at least a handful of people who were under the impression they may have been afflicted, 100% of which haven't had any "mental" issues. This is a lot more realistic than your claim that 99% of the world's population who believe in black magic have a history of mental issues.

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On 8/27/2015 at 12:59 PM, dragonxx said:

Firstly, I don't think anyone said black magic works indefinitely, indeed it only works by Allah's permission as with everything else. This does not mean Allah is the one who inflicted but means some people perhaps are unprotected due to religious issues or things of that sort.

No, you dont get it. God isnt claiming it works only with God's permission. God is countering any act of disbelieve, saying what happens happens with ONLY the will of Allah swt. Allah's will DOES NOT allow evil's like black magic to work. Only Good comes from Allah swt. Allah swt has NOT endowed us with the ability of black magic, that is far from the truth. There is 0 evidence magic works, 0. The only excuse is just a mere coincidence. That is why such fairy tales are always taken place in secret, where some evil thing must be hid or said in whisper in private to make it work. Even the magicians of today's time make it a business in las vegas. Its all rubbish mental and visual games.

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Secondly, the questions/answers you have kindly provided seems to have been misinterpreted by you. Indeed the reply was "At the same time, you should visit a doctor".......... "At the same time,"............ "At the same time," indicating that there is a possibility that black magic may be the case, or that the person could be mistaken and it's in fact symptoms of a medical illness.

Again dear brother, the reason why the answer is first with reciting the quran, is because the quran is a cure for man, of all his ignorance and everything. Indeed it is better than a placebo for a believer. That is why the grand ayatollah advises to recite the quran because we as muslims know IF WE ARE TRUE BELIEVERS, none of this rubbish magic would hypothetically work. Because AS BELIEVERS, we ONLY believe in the WILL OF Allah swt alone. We believe that nothing else besides the will of Allah swt is evident. Why is such verses a cure? Have you read the verses prescribed to be recited when "one is under the impression of magic"? They are all exactly as I say. The reason why the ayatollah suggest seeing a doctor, AT THE SAME TIME, is because it could be mental illness. Read the question, their problem is with their mind. IF they fail to believe the word of Allah swt is above any hocus pocus, then maybe reality will prove them wrong with an examination from a mental doctor.

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The second question posed was a description of an obvious medical case, not one of black magic, and that's why they recommended to not think about black magic and seek a specialist. The marjaa are largely aware of the afflictions that are possible by black magic, which in part plays a role as to why it's so obvious to them. And, again, Glory be to Allah, all things are indeed in his hands, just like how death is in Allah's hand. That doesn't mean you go slit your throat and say "I won't be punished, death is in Allah's hand." Choices (especially religious duties) you make in life play a role in what can and can't affect you.

Really brother? The questioner literally asks if it is due to black magic. The questioner is a SPECIALIST themself. So obvious o_O "The doctors are unable to explain how she has fallen ill and I am also a doctor and also I can not explain how this has happened. Is she suffering from some sort of black magic?" Why would the marja claim not to engage ones mind in falsehood if it was real? You dont make any sense bro. Why are you trying to come up with an excuse to disbelieve in what the answer is obviously saying?

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On 8/27/2015 at 1:51 PM, Ethics said:

No, you dont get it. God isnt claiming it works only with God's permission. God is countering any act of disbelieve, saying what happens happens with ONLY the will of Allah swt. Allah's will DOES NOT allow evil's like black magic to work. Only Good comes from Allah swt. Allah swt has NOT endowed us with the ability of black magic, that is far from the truth. There is 0 evidence magic works, 0. The only excuse is just a mere coincidence. That is why such fairy tales are always taken place in secret, where some evil thing must be hid or said in whisper in private to make it work. Even the magicians of today's time make it a business in las vegas. Its all rubbish mental and visual games.

Again dear brother, the reason why the answer is first with reciting the quran, is because the quran is a cure for man, of all his ignorance and everything. Indeed it is better than a placebo for a believer. That is why the grand ayatollah advises to recite the quran because we as muslims know IF WE ARE TRUE BELIEVERS, none of this rubbish magic would hypothetically work. Because AS BELIEVERS, we ONLY believe in the WILL OF Allah swt alone. We believe that nothing else besides the will of Allah swt is evident. Why is such verses a cure? Have you read the verses prescribed to be recited when "one is under the impression of magic"? They are all exactly as I say. The reason why the ayatollah suggest seeing a doctor, AT THE SAME TIME, is because it could be mental illness. Read the question, their problem is with their mind. IF they fail to believe the word of Allah swt is above any hocus pocus, then maybe reality will prove them wrong with an examination from a mental doctor.

Really brother? The questioner literally asks if it is due to black magic. The questioner is a SPECIALIST themself. So obvious o_O "The doctors are unable to explain how she has fallen ill and I am also a doctor and also I can not explain how this has happened. Is she suffering from some sort of black magic?" Why would the marja claim not to engage ones mind in falsehood if it was real? You dont make any sense bro. Why are you trying to come up with an excuse to disbelieve in what the answer is obviously saying?

Glory be to Allah, as I have said a handful of times, indeed the Quran provided by Allah is sufficient for warding off magic. Not everyone is religious though as you very well know.

Also, a doctor does not equal specialist. Lol.

http://www.al-islam.org/greater-sins-volume-2-ayatullah-sayyid-abdul-husayn-dastghaib-shirazi/thirty-first-greater-sin

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On 8/27/2015 at 3:17 PM, The Light said:

Ali F bro, 

I don't understand arabic, sorry, can you give me a summary of what the respected scholar is saying?

I watched a bit, is he giving different opinions whether magic is real or not?

He just said there's the opinion of some scholars who say magic can have an actual effect whereas other scholars say that there's no actual effect, the example he gave for this to explain what the scholars mean is the story of Musa (as), when there were magicians with those sticks that look like snakes under the sun.

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Brother...I dont know more about religion or else...but let me tell u according to me...under such condition we must worship our god to protect us...but we must avoid meeting such enemies...If somebody is envy or jealous work hard in your life...get more success....and make them more jealous...and remember in your mind if u r fighting or cheating ur wife...or childrens, parents...may be possible they have done such to u....and if ur not working hard to get more success or mentally tensed may be possible they have done such... Try to resist those all things...make up ur mind....be more lover to ur wife if such happens...work more hard if such happens...praise the god and trust him that everything will be ok...there is no magic in this world which not revolves...magic once started will move in a circle always...if they had done it u definately it will back to them also later....but it had harmed u a lot...try any defencive major u can...but never be revenge taker...and try to avoid these relatives...means if they come ur home...meet them...if they coming in day go for ur work...dont meet them...and as much as successfull u become in life...u will have new friends more powerful friends...u may also get settle somewhere else from these...but dont fight straight...bcz in ur wrong time ur family need them...even if u dont need ur family will need them...so try to remain away from such enemies...and the anger within u for them change it to work...may u got some more ideas to raise ur standard....and the anger will profit to u as well as ur upcoming generation...bcm so big in comparision to them...that they will know what they had done and what they got....and as far as life condition are considered...listen friend...whatever is going to happen will happen...even if somebody do magic or not...that time of ur life have to be wrong and these relative were a way to make it wrong...A person can change only his and his family future first...1st of all his than his family than his country or else....so work hard...and avoid them...meet them less...let ur family meet them...bcz when u will raise ur standard day by day they should know about it also...let them be more jealous...let them die by burning with jealous...and ask to god daily about helping u....remember god help those who help themselve....himmate marda to madate khuda....be practical...if somebody harming u...remain away from them...by any way u can...fight is not mere solution...there r other ways also....go to other place to live...or remain busy in ur work meet them rarely...or go somewhere else with ur family...go to market when they coming to meet u....go rare in their home....thats it brother...uf it luks wrong 2 u i m sorry...actually thats my opinion.....

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Hi all,

I wanted to open this thread again since I had a similar question. How do I combat blackmagic attacks from a relative who keeps on doing repeated black magic? She know it herself so it is easy for her to do. I feel that even after my prayers and quran reading she is still able to affect me.

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salam alaykum wrwb,

It is important to do that which you were born to do, ie to worship Allahسُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى through it all. even if your cousin or whoever it is that is bewitching you dies, someone else would do it. Remember, satan(la) & his tribe watch you from a distance to try all means to hinder you from your purpose. Focus on your obligations, the rest is secondary. May Allahسُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى make it easy, & the harder the trial and the greater the love Heسُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى has for you. Like it is dearly put, Stay Positive!

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On 8/26/2015 at 12:00 AM, The Light said:

Salam Alaykom,

I don't know where to start, but here we go. 

I've been under the attack of black magic or (taweez) for about 4 years. Same for the other members of our family. Some of them have been under the effect of black magic for about 15+ years. At first, it had a lot of negative effect on me which made me go crazy (literally), but now Alhamdallallah, if someone does it on me, I don't feel the effects that much, maybe it's because I've become more religious, thank God.

The good thing is that we regularly check with a Mullah who is an expert on this and he tells us whats wrong and if there is something like black magic (taweez), then we try to remove it, which costs alot of money. At the same time, the mullah can also tell who are the individuals that are doing this to us. We first found about it before my engagement, which I was most effected by black magic and the most severe ones too. It turned out to be my cousin, who wanted to break my engagement apart, not because he wanted my fiance, but reasons which I still don't understand. I'm saying this cause he was already married.

Unfortunately, this did not end there. This continued till my marriage and after it. So, basically he did not let me enjoy my happy days, because I was always in a bad mood, I argued with my parents and I felt depressed, even though everything was going according to what I wanted in life. This was not the only reason he did this, he also didn't want me to do my higher education. 

The reasons for him doing this was to stop me from going to university and stop me from getting married. 

Long story short, he eventually stopped doing it, which kinda ended in a dramatic way, which we dealt with it face to face.

Still I am being attacked by black magic sometimes now, but it's someone else. 

When we first heard about it that my cousin was doing this, we were shocked at how we got betrayed by our own relative. 

We didn't do anything, but good to our cousin. We helped him in the most difficult times of his life and what did we receive?

we received a stab in the back! This is what always happens to us. We give shelter to a snake beneath our sleeves.

Sorry, for the long details, but I had to add the backstory to it. The question is what should we do with these relatives who do black magic on us? How should we deal with them? Some suggests that we should cut relations with them, but on the other hand, we should also think about (Sile rahim), keeping family ties. Despite everything we still see each other and visit each other, but I don't think anyone would forget the things he has done. We have relatives who are machines of envy and jealousy. It's not just my cousin, there's a whole bunch of them that do not even wanna see me smiling. They envy me not matter what I do. 

If he truly repents and changes as a person, I am willing to forgive and forget, but what if that black magic really did took effect and broke apart my marriage and my life. What would I have done at that moment? Whenever I think about this scenario, I boil with anger. I mean he tried to take away the only women I love.

I would really like to hear your insights and would like to know what would you do in this scenario?

How do u know your cousin is into black magic and all? You are trusting a mullah and making assumptions that he did all that. Mullahs play a big part maligning people and creating fitna among relatives. You have said yourself that you have spent so much money to get rid of black magic. Brother, honestly prayers need no money, you don’t need a mullah to protect yourself from back magic. All you need to do is to stay Tahir and pray on time regularly. Recite four qul and Ayat ul Kursi and Quran as much as you can and ask for Allah’s help. 

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On 5/18/2018 at 6:55 PM, asadsyed12 said:

How do I combat blackmagic attacks from a relative who keeps on doing repeated black magic?

Dua'a Jaushan E Sagheer Minor Chain-Armor   دعاء الجوشن الصغىير

This du'a is narrated on the authority of Imam Musa al-Kazim, peace he upon him, and it is said that it is a very effective supplication, having all the merits of al Jawshan al Kabir." Sayyid ibn Tawus in his book Muhaj al dawat have narrated that Imam Kazim (a.s.) used to recite this dua when he knew that the Abbaside caliph was planning to kill him"

Following copy is quoted from al-Balad al-Amin:

http://www.duas.org/jsagheer.htm

During 33 day war of Hizbollah Imam Khamenei or Ayatollah Behjat (RA) I'm not sure advised Sayed Nasrollah to recite Dua'a Jaushan E Sagheer everyday 

Dua'a to combat Black Magic

http://www.duas.org/magic.htm

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On 5/23/2018 at 8:39 PM, Rayhana80 said:

How do u know your cousin is into black magic and all? You are trusting a mullah and making assumptions that he did all that. Mullahs play a big part maligning people and creating fitna among relatives. You have said yourself that you have spent so much money to get rid of black magic. Brother, honestly prayers need no money, you don’t need a mullah to protect yourself from back magic. All you need to do is to stay Tahir and pray on time regularly. Recite four qul and Ayat ul Kursi and Quran as much as you can and ask for Allah’s help. 

This is an old thread, so I'll reply anyway.

Obviously, you haven't read my posts properly. We came face to face, and it was pretty evident that he did it. 

I know people think I'm some kind of lunatic for believing in these things, but the evidence is there in the Quran about black magic and jinns etc.

I'll challenge anyone to a debate who says that black magic is just bogus and only people with mental illnesses (yes, someone accused me of having a mental illness in this thread) believe in, to blame their problems on others.

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Salaam, 

Looks like things got pretty heated up here. I recently asked Ayatollah Khameini about severing ties with relatives (as something similar is happening with someone I know) here is his response:

Bismihi Ta`ala
Salamun `alaykum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu
Cutting ties with one's blood relatives is haraam. However, maintaining ties with relatives is not confined to visiting them, but it also could be done through other means like phoning, messaging, etc.
With prayers for your success
 

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1 hour ago, Ali~J said:

Salaam, 

Looks like things got pretty heated up here. I recently asked Ayatollah Khameini about severing ties with relatives (as something similar is happening with someone I know) here is his response:

Bismihi Ta`ala
Salamun `alaykum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu
Cutting ties with one's blood relatives is haraam. However, maintaining ties with relatives is not confined to visiting them, but it also could be done through other means like phoning, messaging, etc.
With prayers for your success
 

True, I always wanted to cut my relationship with my first cousin since he is toxic, I can’t handle him. So I message him every Friday. 

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