Al-Fulani Family Genie eBook Revised 3-2010

August 4, 2017 | Author: jmcb | Category: Jinn, Devil, Religious Belief And Doctrine, Qur'an, Religion And Belief
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JinnAndTonics Copyright 2006 - 2010 This e-book may not be duplicated, copied, or otherwise sold or used without written permission from JINNANDTONICS. To request permission please contact us at [email protected]

Contributing Authors: Ra’id Al-Fulani, Melissa Smith Special Thanks to Members of The Elders, Charlene Smith, Tiffany Smith, Lester Smith, the Godwins, and the Jones Family.


PROLOGUE The object of knowledge is wisdom. Before you read this information, I want to make it very clear a few important factors. One, it is not my intention to give the reader anything other than a mild version of beginner knowledge. Also, please do not be surprised to read this information in part, on other seller’s auctions, as some of it is gleaned from internet sources, to make it convenient for the reader, so as to not have to do the research themselves. Finally, it is not my intention to provide exhaustive answers, as it would be impossible. I do however welcome any questions. I have been a life student of polytheism, mystism, and mankind. I was aware of the otherside at the early age of 18 months, and have my first memory of a paranormal experience at that time. I was an early bloomer. I walked early, talked early, and experienced God very early. At age 3, I was talking to the otherside, and by age 5, I was teaching some adults. By age 8, I approached my parents, and requested that I be allowed to live on my own, and I was prepared to move out….to our backyard, where I planned on opening my own psychic private practice. Thank goodness for my mother’s strength. Albeit, I wore her down by age 15, and I was on my own, and petitioning the state for permission to go to college as a minor. I’m not sure, but I get the feeling that I was born with a mission and enough ambition to carry it out. I have actually seen angels, cherubs, dragons, demons, demon possessions, jinn, fae, ghosts, ascensions, healings, miracles, and more. I have in fact never seen a chupacabra, other than on the Sci Fi Channel. How about you? My abilities include, but are not limited to, the gift of prophecy, gift of knowledge (word of knowledge), and other psychic skills. Yes, skills. Psychic ability is inherit in all people, so your ability is actually what you are willing to accept, use, practice, and so on. Some of what I practice is astrology, palm reading, tarot, and eating chocolate. Just, trying to see if you were paying attention. I have stood on holy ground in the presence of God, and felt the fringes of his glory wash over me. I fear no evil, I tolerate no lie, and I have no tact. (or so my mom tells me). I have through the pursuits of knowledge asked many stupid things, like, am I to prideful, if so humble me O’ Lord. I really don’t 2

recommend you say that unless you understand what you’re asking. Seriously! There is much truth in the saying, “pride goeth before the fall”. I have been a midwife and a hospice nurse, I have seen mankind coming into the world and leaving, and the basic truths are the same for us all. We enter through a portal and we exit through a portal, and both can be graceful or painful, for some, target practice should be a portal travel prerequisite. My point is I’m ordinary. I have just had extraordinary experiences because I chose to pay attention to everything, and I never believed in limits, therefore I was never limited. May I invite you to try the same? ~Melissa ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


The Jinn comes from Islamic religion and mythology. It is a free willed spirit, but it can be controlled by magically binding it to an object. Most of us think of The Genie of the Magic Lamp in the story of Aladdin from The Thousand and One Nights or the Disney movie. My favorite was always portrayed by actress, Barbra Eden, in I Dream Of Genie, on American Pop Culture Television. I’m always amazed by how accurately the show depicted the shenanigans a good hearted jinni could manage to drag her unaware master into. Although, quite fun to watch, not so much to experience in real life. Jinn have many descriptions, some live deep in the earth and appear as monstrous creatures, some take the form of animals, some have wings and can fly, others appear as black dogs, some eat or possess humans, and others can even appear as beautiful women. If the Jinn is fond of a person it can give them great wealth, protection, and


power. If it does not like you it can cause you harm, torture, and even bring death. Genie is the English term for the Arabic ‫( نج‬jinn). In pre-Islamic Arabian mythology and in Islam, a jinni (also "djinni" or "djini") is a member of the jinn (or "djinn"), a race of creatures. The word "jinn" literally means anything which has the connotation of concealment, invisibility, seclusion and remoteness. Genie is the usual English translation of the Arabic term jinni, but it is not an Anglicized form of the Arabic word, as is commonly thought. The English word comes from French génie, which meant a spirit of any kind, which in turn came from Latin genius, which meant a sort of tutelary or guardian spirit thought to be assigned to each person at birth (see genius). With the variations in translation came the variations in myths. We hope to introduce the facts to any new jinn master, and perhaps enlighten a few of the knowledgeable. Most important, we want to arm every reader with the knowledge and power to recognize a good jinni from a bad one, and how not to get taken advantage of by scoundrels or jinn.



Historical foreword: Semites {SEM' - yts} are peoples who speak Semitic languages; the group includes Arabs, Aramaeans, Jews, and many Ethiopians. In a Biblical sense, Semites are peoples whose ancestry can be traced back to Shem, Noah's eldest son. 4

A Semite is someone descended from Shem, the eldest son of Noah. A HEBREW is someone descended from Heber (or, "Eber"), one of the greatgrandsons of Shem. So, all Hebrew are Semites, but not all Semites are Hebrews. (Both Sunnite Arabs and Jews are Semites, and Hebrews.) Present day speakers of Semitic languages are as diverse in physical, psychological, cultural, and sociological characteristics as are speakers of Indo European languages. The most prominent Semites today are Arabs and Jews. They are different in many ways, and they have absorbed a variety of European traits through centuries of migration and trade. The origin of Semitic languages, however, and many similarities in the stories of Islam and Judaism reflect a common ancient history. The ancient Semitic populations were pastoral Nomads who several centuries before the Christian Era were migrating in large numbers from Arabia to Mesopotamia, the coasts of the Mediterranean Sea, and the Nile River delta. Jews and other Semites settled in villages in Judea, southern Palestine.

Jinn in pre-Islamic mythology For the ancient Semites, jinn were believed to be spirits of vanished ancient peoples who acted during the night and disappeared with the first light of dawn; they could make themselves invisible or change shape into animals at will; these spirits were commonly believed to be responsible for diseases and for the manias of some lunatics. Sound familiar? Like our well known ghouls, vampires, and werewolves? Types of jinn include the ghoul (night shade, which can change shape), the sila (which cannot change shape) and the ifrit (pronounced AYE-FRIT). The Arabs believed that the jinn were spirits of fire, although sometimes they associated them with succubi, demons in the forms of beautiful women, who visited men by night to copulate with them until they were exhausted. There are legends that say a succubae was truly a hideous creature who preyed on the 5

weak-minded men, causing them to believe they were beautiful women, who when the men thought the succubus was performing and exhaustive pleasure, in fact she was sucking the soul out of him. No doubt this version was started by the jealous housewives.

Jinn in Islam Muslims believe that jinn are real beings, just as the Christians believe in the reality of angels. A Muslim has to believe in the jinn. They are mentioned in the Qur'an and Hadith. The jinn are said to be creatures with free will, made of smokeless fire by God (the literal translation being "subtle fire", i.e. a fire which does not give itself away through smoke), much in the same way humans were made of a metaphorical clay. In the Qur'an, jinn are frequently mentioned and Sura 72 of the Qur'an named Al-Jinn is entirely about them. Another Sura (AlNaas) mentions the Jinn in the last verse. In fact, the Prophet Muhammad was said to have been sent as a prophet to both "humanity and the jinn." A recommended reading for all jinn masters. The jinn have communities much like human societies: they eat, marry, die, etc. They are invisible to humans, but they can see humans. Sometimes they accidentally or deliberately come into view or into contact with humans. Jinn are beings much like humans, possessing the ability to be good and bad. They have the power to transform into other animals and humans, and they are known to prefer the form of a snake. It is also known that they eat bones and their animals eat droppings. That is why it is forbidden to perform Istinja (washing) with those items. Not so much a problem for us now, since our soaps are made from chemicals, fragrances, and so on, but in the not so distant past, soaps were made from boiling bones, along with a few other ingredients. Sounds Irish Spring fresh doesn’t it? (sarcasm) Jinns also have the power to possess humans, have much greater strength than them, and live much longer lives. In fact, according to some hadith, the greatgrandson of Iblis, or the Devil (who was born before mankind), converted to Islam during the time of Muhammad, so he must have been thousands of years old. According to the majority of Islamic scholars, clear evidence exists in the Qur'an that the Devil was not an angel (as thought by Christians), but a jinn, 6

citing the Quranic verse "And when We said to the angels: ‘Prostrate yourselves unto Adam.' So they prostrated themselves except Iblis (The Devil). He was one of the jinn..." Surat Al-Kahf, 18:50. According to Islam, angels are different physical beings, and unlike the fiery nature of jinn, they are beings of goodness and cannot choose to disobey God, nor do they possess the ability to do evil. Evil Ifrit in the Book of One Thousand and One Nights are called "the seed of Iblis". It is said that one could kill a jinn with the Inwa, a manner of throwing the stone of a fruit so hard so it could, in fact, kill something. There are other ways to kill a jinni, but surely we won’t tell. Evil beings from among the jinn are roughly equivalent to the demons of Christian lore. In mythology, jinn have the ability to possess human beings, both in the sense that they persuade humans to perform actions, and like the Christian perception of demonic possession It is important that you understand, that the djinn cannot harm you directly, by their own hand. They can bring harm your way which can lead to your death, by manipulating your surroundings, by influencing your actions, and by intercepting your blessings. All of these actions are performed by other people and even yourself. Ultimately, you have full power over them, and can control their influences, by being wise, and not reacting to your circumstances. In the Qur'an, King Solomon (Arabic: Suleiman) had members of his army belonging to the race of jinn. Solomon had the ability to communicate with all creatures, which allowed him to communicate with the jinn as well. King Solomon was an amazing and powerful king. He was granted the power of wisdom, which is far different than knowledge, and this wisdom opened the secrets of the heavens to the king. These secrets allowed for some of the world’s most historical events to transpire! Even today, it continues to be so. In Islam-associated mythology, the jinn were said to be controllable by magically binding them to objects, as Suleiman (King Solomon) most famously did; the Spirit of the Lamp in the story of Aladdin was such a jinni, bound to an oil lamp. Many Master Jinn Conjurers as a group found it wise to stop using the easily identifiable oil lamps, as they were greatly sought out by thieves, as a symbol of the owners wealth, and many masters were killed and robbed blind, as the thieves discovered the old spells that required summoning the jinn by rubbing


the lamp, left the master at great risk, if others stole the lamps. Presently most jinn are now bound to ornate objects, but also they are bound to ordinary objects to prevent their discovery. The use of extensive rituals and invocations were used to make contact with the bound djinn. However, these invocations were often written on tablets or scrolls to ensure accuracy. When these were destroyed or stolen, it created difficulties for the masters. Therefore, many Master Jinn Conjurers now use spells called “open” binding, which no longer require the jinni item to be rubbed to summon the jinni or no longer require a spoken invocation. A jinni can be bound to the item, and is available to its master usually after bonding with the item, (not the jinni), the items are spell cast with a special ingredient that bonds the jinni in servitude to the master that spends the most time with the item touching it. Using the jinni’s name to invoke the djinn instead of a ritual prevents the theft of jinn from a stolen ritual. The vessel now acts as a portal to allow the open flow of energy between the master and jinn. In general, this item bonding takes 24 – 48 hrs, however in our own auctions we recommend 3 days to bond. The jinni cannot be lost, or escape, unless it is released by the conjuring family. In most cases the jinn are inherited through generations and will bond with a direct descendant of the original master, after the master is gone. Of course, any master can actually release the jinni themselves, by stating that they wish to release their jinn, and to never be its master again, but this does not mean the jinn will leave. Of course, we do not recommend this course of action unless you are absolutely sure of your jinni’s motives, since they can retaliate once free. The freedom of the jinni allows the jinn to return to a life of its choice. Which generally, if they are Islamic, they will search out a conjuring Master and be recycled into new service. If they are unbelieving jinn they will search out a place to live and repopulate in of their species. Ways of “summoning” (conjuring) jinn were told in The Thousand and One Nights: by writing the name of God in Hebraic characters on a knife (whether the Hebrew name for God, Yahweh, or the Arabic Allah is used is not specified), and drawing a diagram (possibly a pentagram) and strange symbols and incantations around it. Special Note:


To help clear up any confusion about how to make contact with your djinn, it is important to ask the djinn broker (dealer/seller) how to invoke the djinn. There are several different kinds of bindings, the more traditional bindings will “ALWAYS” require the name of the djinn and a brief invocation to read in order to initiate or invoke the djinn and establish that you are the new master. If OPEN BINDING is used, the NAME of the djinn IS REQUIRED, and a spell is placed on the item to initiate the bonding between the djinn and the master. To help you understand the differences, consider that the “Traditionalist” or “OLD SCHOOL” teaching for djinn bindings are similar to the Old Testament in the Holy Bible, being that it teaches that you MUST have an intersession to reach God. This means they teach that in order to talk to God, and have God respond, you MUST go through a Holy Man (a man that is biblically clean) like a priest or rabbi. Thus, to be forgiven for sins, you must confess them to an intercessor, or confessionary priest or Rabbi. The New Testament (not completely recognized by the Traditionalist Religions), teaches that the Prophet Jesus Christ was the Son of God, and upon his crucifixion, he released us from the OLD LAWS, and we can now reach God, by praying directly to God in HIS NAME (the name of Christ). He did away with the requirements for the intersession. This allows direct contact. It is very similar in the Djinn Binding Master Knowledge, the traditional bindings, still require that a (go between) be used for you to communicated with your djinn, that go between is the invocation or ritual. In open bindings, this is no longer required, because you have the same power that the invocation offers in the power of the spoken word of the djinn name. This is the same power God used to create the Heavens and the Earth, with his spoken word. I hope this helps clear up the confusion. In case, you do need more clarification just contact me and I’ll try to help. The teachers of traditional bindings are just as honest and accurate as those who use open bindings. In addition, I would like you to understand, that those of us that are genuine in this business, have shied away from announcing our friendships or affiliations with each other, due to a group of sellers who formed a unity and gave their 9

group a power to criticize, defame, undermine, and hurt other sellers on their “forum or boards”. When ever we genuine sellers have praised other seller’s efforts or work at being honest, this United Association of Sellers targeted many real dealers and hurt some good people for no good reason other than jealousy and envy. I strongly disapprove of negative energy tactics and do not think that criticism or negativity will ever be used for anything good. I believe that spreading love and light is the best way to enlighten and show compassion even for those who cannot find a way out of their own pain in order to be kind to others. Therefore, although I would love to tell you who I personally trust, I am concerned for their protection, yet I believe they deserve praise for being honest and true sellers. Updated Special Note: There seems to be some confusion in my open support of a seller, who “appears” to publicly condemn my own services. I get questions about this and I want others to understand the truth. Therefore, I am updating this ebook with a more recent conversation that answered the popular question of conflict: To: jinnandtonics Sent: Sunday, March 29, 2009 10:11:34 PM Subject: RE: Your ebook

Thank you very much for all you have provided! It was very generous and thoughtful. Can I ask ONE MORE QUESTION…lol! I read a guide from Mountain Buddha and he got quite hot and bothered about people using the concept of an open binding and the use of other invocations besides the’ lessor key of Solomon”. However, I have received djinn conjured by a full coven using their own Grimoire that has been passed down through generations that utilized the type of invocation you referred to in your book. These particular djinn have yet to manifest but I feel they are there and still getting familiar. I think you believe that Mountain Buddha is the real deal, why do you think the confusion exists? I love your frank nature in writing by the way. The second book is SPOT ON FABULOUS! Light and Love,




From: jinnandtonics Sent: Monday, March 30, 2009 12:19:43 PM Subject: RE: Your ebook

Greetings! Thank you for the complement and I will always answer any question in full honesty. I know, "Mountain Buddha" we have great fondness and respect for each other. He even has one of our djinn himself. I know there is no real conflict between his work and ours, but the conflict comes from, His deep love for traditional magick, and his great distaste for fakes. There are some fake sellers that simply copy the data we have made public, and they have no real magick skills or knowledge. "Mountain Buddha” is a wonderful seeker of knowledge and he believes very strongly that the ancient ways of magickal arts are the only true ways. I respect that. I love "Mountain Buddha", and I adore his efforts to spread truth and fight the imposters. I have messages from him, which sincerely show our friendship for each other. I'll include them, so you can see for yourself that his heart is good, and his anger is righteous indignation. The conflict reminds me of the same battle that has raged for over 2000 years in Christianity. When Jesus arrived to explain that it was not about the "ritual" of belief, but the "act" of believing. Christ pissed off the Established Church, because they could only see their way “tradition". Back then, the tradition meant that only a very rare few, the holy men, the priests, who endured rituals, cleansings, and sacrifices; only they were allowed to know the secrets of accessing the inner temples, the power of god, the universe, and magick. They kept hidden from all others their knowledge. This empowered them, and gave the people the need to access God only through the priests, which they would only give the people god's blessing impart equal to the peoples' offering, sacrifices, and political stature. That is a lot of power for a human to have, and they abused it, withholding god’s blessings from the needy and social outcasts. The priests perceived the loss of this power and money, when Christ came and began telling others they too could access god and this power, through their beliefs, not their actions, sacrifices, and offerings. These priests were suddenly outraged and angry, due to their fear of loosing their elite power. It created strong insecurities in them. I feel, "Mountain Buddha", still believes in traditional sacred ancient magick. There is


nothing wrong with that. For the most part he probably feels that if these "fakes" did not study for 20+ years like we did, then they have no right to these powers. And I can see his point, the traditional ways do impart that the student has "done their time" and has wide knowledge of spiritual laws. But, it seems, "Mountain Buddha” still stands strong that no man can access these powers except through "Him, the priest" via the Keys of Solomon. There is some truth in that theory if we selfishly refuse to share the power of the universe with all equally. The Keys Greater and Lesser, are only one of many grimories that exist. Furthermore, just like in many religions, that share the fundamental truths, they individually suffer with an absurd blindness for their similarities, all the while screaming I am the only way, the only truth, all others are false. The Catholics believe Christianity is a cult, how Ironic is that? However, more like the great prophets that came and went over the centuries among diverse religions, we truly empower others by offering them the tools and abilities to empower themselves. I respect tradition, I spent my entire life studying these sacred texts, and yet, I believe that I can offer much more to others, if I make the access to this power readily available and take the focus off the rituals and put it back where it truly is beneficial.... back in the power of belief. How much more can others benefit? The ritual is great for empowering faith; however, it is the action of belief that creates the manifestations. Belief changes people! This change is the key to enlightenment. There is no power trip when you put the power in its proper place. I do not ever want to be an obstacle in my own way to serving others. I want their focus to be on their beliefs, not any other thing. I do not think that "Mountain Buddha", is doing anything wrong by publicly condemning these issues, if it creates a curiosity and makes people start questioning the truth, it benefits them. I highly support the idea of finding the truth, and I recommend it for everyone. If small percentages of people read the guides and develop a belief that they can only use his traditional magick; what harm comes; if it strengthens their own beliefs and they reach enlightenment all the same? The traditional ways are not wrong, just a different path to the same destination. I do agree, with "Mountain Buddha" that the newer conventional applications of magick lack a certain ability to "authenticate" the magi, but that is currently being addressed, with many new Wicca and white magick colleges now offering degrees that lend credentials to the new and up in coming artisans. I believe, this will help solve "Mountain Buddha’s” dilemma at some point in the future. Until then, I love him all the same and openly confess my belief in his abilities. In addressing your lack of manifestations with your open bound djinn, If you have not read the ebook "When Dragon's Speak" give it look, and see if it helps. I hope this helps answer you questions. Blessings! Melissa


The following are some of the actual messages jinnandtonics received from Mountain Buddha via Ebay: From: eBay Member: mountain_buddha To: [email protected] Sent: Monday, June 30, 2008 6:56:59 PM Subject: You've received a message from an eBay member

Message from eBay member, mountain_buddha Do not respond to the sender if this message requests that you complete the transaction outside of eBay. This type of offer is against eBay policy, may be fraudulent, and is not covered by buyer protection programs. Learn More. User details:

From User: mountain_buddha (277 ) 99.6% Positive Feedback Member since Feb-25-07 in Canada Location : BC, Canada Activity with mountain_buddha (last 90 days):I have bid on 0 items from mountain_buddha Activity with mountain_buddha (last 90 days):mountain_buddha has bid on 0 of my items Dear jinnandtonics, Greetings Melissa Thank you for your kind words as they do mean a great deal to me. I as well support you as a seller 100% and often refer people to you for your items as I truly beleive that you are one of the true sellers of authentic djinn items here on ebay. We seem to have the same purpose which is to share knowledge and further educate people who have started down this particular path in life. I am always happy to tell people about your site and have always had positive feedback from those that have bought from you. So thank YOU for being a kind, honest & genuine seller, it is a pleasure to work with you and I welcome any communication between us in the future. Hope this email finds you well my friend, brightest blessings to you, love & light Lain - mountain_buddha

From: eBay Member: mountain_buddha To: [email protected] Sent: Wednesday, August 13, 2008 7:34:59 PM Subject: You've received an answer to your question about item GENIE FOOD HAUNTED ITEMS DEMON MONEY GHOST DJINN SPELLS


Message from eBay member, mountain_buddha Do not respond to the sender if this message requests that you complete the transaction outside of eBay. This type of offer is against eBay policy, may be fraudulent, and is not covered by buyer protection programs. Learn More. User details:

From User: mountain_buddha (277 ) 99.6% Positive Feedback Member since Feb-25-07 in Canada Location : BC, Canada Activity with mountain_buddha (last 90 days):I have bid on 0 items from mountain_buddha Activity with mountain_buddha (last 90 days):mountain_buddha has bid on 0 of my items Dear jinnandtonics, Melissa you truly are a wonderful soul! I really appreciate you taking the time to educate me in regards to this matter. I have also left kosher food for my djin as an offering and understand completely about the differences between believing and non beliveing djinn in accordance with Allahs laws. I am always open to learning and feel blessed that you just shared that information with me openly. You are truly the only person on ebay that I recommend or endorse because I feel strongly about your beliefs and how you conduct yourself as a seller. You are a rare gem in the fact that you share accurate information with those who ask of you freely. I too, believe that knowledge is power and that it should be shared and not hoarded to oneself for that way it can serve a greater purpose. I feel that you and I are kindred spirits among so many fraudulent sellers who only want to take peoples hard earned money. Again thanks kindly for taking the time to enlighten me in regards to this. Namaste Lain - mountain_buddha ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Do not be surprised if the UAMD or what ever it goes by recently now attacks Mountain Buddha. They seem particularly interested in all people we believe in. As far as I am concerned, they just need a big hug! This issue is now settled.

Moving on: TO AVOID SCAMS:


If you get a djinn, that has no invocation or ritual to establish the service, ask the seller what kind of binding was used. If they do not say it was an OPEN BINDING, it is not real! Now, I know for a fact… That there are people who have bought this ebook and used it as a reference to set up selling fake items. Therefore, there are certain requirements that only a true master binder would know when using open binding, which you can test the seller with, but, to protect you, I cannot tell you in this book. So, if you think you might have been scammed, contact me, and I’ll give you the test question. Note: The “test” other’s tell you to use with a mirror, is predominately ineffectual, especially with djinn. The mere nature of djinn is to be concealed or hidden; therefore, the probability of the spirit reacting to the mirror test is unlikely. Please use wisdom, if your djinn failed this mirror test, do not discard the item as a fake, you might just be throwing away your djinn. Which in turn, is not going to make the djinn happy and you will not be receiving great luck from that misguided action. Now, the “Traditionalist Djinn Masters” teach that Real Djinn are only found in ancient items. This teaching often confuses many people. Some think this means that if the item is shinny and brand new there is not a real djinn bound to it. That may be what the traditional teaching implies, but it was not the original meaning when it was written thousands of years ago. It was originally meant to help a master, locate lost djinn items. The fact is… A Grand Master Djinn Conjurer can move a djinn from any item, including an ancient item, without knowing the original binding invocation, and transfer the djinn to a new item as long as the djinn’s name is known. There are ways to force a djinn to give up their name, although, not advised. Moreover, a Grand Master Djinn Conjurer will often call an UNBOUND or “wild” djinn and bind it to a brand new item. In our case, Grand Master AlFulani often calls “wild” djinn into service, and moves bound djinn into new items when the old item is not so pretty or is very worn or damaged. The old or used items we offer usually come from private collectors and we are offering the djinn in it’s authentic item because, there is a commission from the 15



We answer ALL questions honestly! Please Note: It has come to our attention that a previous buyer has posted on a different seller’s web site forum that we sold them a demon or evil being claiming it was a djinn. The buyer claims the evil being “attacked” their sister. I guarantee this information is not factual. We sold those young ladies Islamic Believer Djinn, they had no complaints for 1 year after the sale and continued to buy from us. It seems they were victims of djinn theft from another seller.


Jinn in Western Society

The Western interpretation of the genie is based on the Aladdin tale in the Western version of The Book of One Thousand and One Nights, which told of a genie that lived in an oil lamp and granted wishes to whomever freed him from the lamp by polishing it. More mischievous genies will take advantage of poorly worded wishes. Which is why it is so important to know what your jinni is, or be protected from the jinni with a spell. 17

Many stories about genies tend to follow the same vein as the famous theme of "be careful what you wish for"; in these stories, wishes can have disastrous, horrific, and sometimes fatal consequences. Often, the genie causes harm to the loved ones or innocent people surrounding the wisher, making others pay for its master's greed or ignorance. Exploiting loopholes or twisting interpretations of wishes is a classic trait amongst genies in Western fiction. For example, in one episode of The Twilight Zone, a poor shopkeeper who finds a genie wishes to become a leader of a great nation - and is transformed into Adolf Hitler at the very end of World War II. Often, these stories end with the genie's master wishing to have never found the genie, all his previous wishes never to have happened, or a similar wish to cancel all the fouled wishes that have come before. One of the mixed blessings of western induction of genie mythology is the abundant information available on the internet concerning genies. I consider it a mixed blessing because although it allows for research; it undermines the truth about genies and confuses readers. Therefore, it seems that pointing out which information is which is required. This is primarily due to the fact that the information offered, is mostly without reference to verify its sources and when you can verify it, you find the majority of it is actually fictional creative writing designed originally for the purpose of developing backgrounds and characters for role-playing games. Which in of itself could be considered a religion, I suppose. The most abundant data available with actual reference can be traced back to, as it is the mother site of vast “storytelling” data about genies. Most of the data comes from Jeff Tidball the Director of Creative Development at Atlas Games who is de facto Ars Magica line developer. Many other parts of the data available actually comes from the freelance creative writers who submit their writings to atlas games for use in the game development. These freelance writers submit their collections of spells and enchanted items as a magus (magician, magi), with the primary focus on the actual spells and items, however, the creative development of the game allows for out of context data to be spread as facts about the reality of genies. Generally, the problem is based on the fact that the game has been developed around little truth and experience from real magi and much creative fiction


from the wonderful imaginations of many writers. To the unaware, the data would easily seem reality based.



Experts on Jinn We get many questions about jinn and we want to be able to pass on the information we ourselves have learned in many years of dealing with jinn. However, some of the best information we can share is from others who can be verified as “experts”, therefore, in answering your questions, we’d like to cite for you the following fatwa issued by Sheikh M. S. Al-Munajjid, a prominent Saudi Muslim lecturer and author, who states: “Allah Almighty has created certain creatures, some of them are known to us and some of them are not. The Qur’an and Sunnah indicate that jinn exist, and that there is a purpose for their existence in this life, which is to worship Allah Alone with no partner or associate. Allah Almighty says: “And I (Allah) created not the jinns and humans, except they should worship Me (Alone).” (Adh-Dhariyat: 56) Scholars are in disagreement over the difference between jinn and demons. Some of them say that the word jinn goes far to encompass the jinn as well as the demons. The word also includes believing and unbelieving jinn. Allah Almighty says, “And among us there are righteous folk and among us there are far from that. We are sects having different rules.” (Al-Jinn: 11) “And there are among us some who have surrendered (to Allah) and there are among us some who are unjust. And whoso hath surrendered to Allah, such have taken the right path purposefully.” (Al-Jinn: 14)


However, the word demon or shay tan is used to refer to the unbelieving ones among the jinn. Allah Almighty says, “…and the devil was ever an ingrate to his Lord.” (Al-Isra’: 27) The world of the jinn is an independent and separate world with its own distinct nature and features that are hidden from the world of humans. Jinns and humans have things in common, such as the ability to understand and choose between good and evil. The word jinni comes from the Arabic root meaning “hidden from sight”. Allah Almighty says: “… Verily he (shay tan) and his soldiers from the jinn or his tribe see you from where you cannot see them…” (Al-A`raf: 27) Allah has told us in His Book the essence from which the jinn were created. He says: “And the jinn, We created aforetime from the smokeless flame of fire.” (Al-Hijr : 27) `A’ishah (may Allah be pleased with her) says that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said: “The angels were created from light, the jinn were created from fire, and Adam was created from that which has been described to you.” (Reported by Muslim) If the experts comments were not enough to convince you of the existence of jinn, then perhaps you would prefer to hear of the daily exploits of common people who are jinn masters. ~~~~~~~~~~ Dear Seller; Just to let you know that I had come across a video on youtube of a man partially summoning djinn from a ring. You can view the video by going to YOUTUBE and keyword search DJINN BEING SUMMONED. It seems to me then, if a ring does not do the same as in the video, then I would have to question the authenticity of the item and maybe something other than a real JINNI. ~ Mr. B

Dear Mr. B,


We have seen the video by Bill Beecham, on yahoo video, he has two, but only one shows the smoke manifestations. I understand your concerns completely, however, jinn are spiritual beings, and the authenticity of any spiritual being, including Allah, is based on the faith and belief in a power higher than our own. If an angel is caught on video, does that negate the validity of all undocumented or unmanifested accounts of angelic existences? A summons, a ritual, a spell, a curse, all are the same type of actions they are a prayer with or without involving an offering to appease the spirit. It is my belief that spirits are real, and do interact with us. That includes djinn. I can't change the fact that the spirit is not visually experienced by all in the same way. This is a viewer issue. However, it does not invalidate the authenticity of the spirit, his power, or his efforts on our behalf. Mr. Beecham has a great video and it is worshiped by most believers, as evidence that we are not all crazy, those of us who do believe in jinn, that is, lol. I have spent many years trying to capture exactly the same thing, in reality, the experiences we have frequently do not show up well on camera, therefore All believers are left to the “Artistic Rep” of the world of djinn. No matter what they say, it is artistic license. Because we want to express and represent the emotional impact and spiritual energy of the jinn at the levels that experienced jinn believers realize them. To better help others understand there is REAL POWER here, the world of "show me" leaves the element of belief to become a weak muscle, when it should be our strongest. Allah is often reminding us that we should seek his face and glory first among all others. I do not know how else to explain it. But I hope it helps you find faith in a higher power to help you through this already difficult place called life. Many, Many Abundant Blessings To You My Friend! ~Melissa (JAT)

Hi Melissa; You are absolutely right and I do agree with you. I have 5 Djinn and 4 fey. My approach to all of them is very simple and casual. I treat each one the same, I give greetings to them in morning, and talk to each one telling them that they can come and go as they so please but return to me as there master, I assure them I will never treat them as slaves that they have the ability to make there own choices what they would like to do. I will request them to grant a wish, but it is up to them if they do they do, if not then that's fine to. I treat them with the utmost respect but do find that my casual approach works very well for me and for them. I will play Arabic music and offer incense and sweets and occasionally 21

some wine and they are happy with that. My fey love to play pilot bombardier. They whiz by my head so fast it sounds like a jet powered arrow went by me. I thought the video was very interesting but some people always seem to be on the lookout for something better. ~ Mr. B

Dear Mr. B, I'm gloriously happy to hear how wonderful your spiritual relationship is with your group. It sounds as though they are very happy and you are very spiritually mature to be so kind to them! Kudos! I bow in respect to your honesty and compassion! May all your days be blessed and sorrows be vanquished! ~Melissa (JAT)

Hi Ladies, I just wanted to share my latest experiences with my djinn. After spending much time bonding with her, I finally asked my first wish/command of her. I asked her to fix my broken down 1995 Chevy Caviler, as it is my only car, and I have not saved enough to by a newer one. I know my requests seem modest, but I’m not really a materialistic person, more of a spiritualist. Any way, I scour the ads on looking for the needs of others that I may have and can donate. I never advertised for myself. About 2 days after I made my request of my djinn, and there was no response from her I figured I had requested it wrong or something. A man called my cell, and introduced himself as a recipient of my old lawnmower. My first thought was it broke down and he had expectations that I would give him another one or something. So, I was apprehensive to start off. Then he said if I was going to be home later he would stop by with a gift for me. Surprised I agreed. Then man showed up and we talked small talk until he asked can you give me a ride home? Surprised I asked what was wrong with his car? He said not much really, it’s as sound as an ox, except there is a loose motor mount which isn’t much to fix. Looking confused, I


said then why do you need a ride? He said because my brother just gave me a new car, and I don’t need this one, I’m giving it to you. Well, you could have knocked me over with a fly! Turns out, his brother is a car dealer and gives him a new car every year! So, this 2006 Monte Carlo was now mine, and he needed a ride home for sure! I was so amazed that I immediately spent the whole day just driving around!!!!! It was awesome!!!! I don’t care what anyone says, the djinn are real!!!! I still haven’t seen her manifest, wait actually you can say that I have seen her manifestations! In my beautiful blue Monte Carlo! Which I’ve named the car after you girls, she’s now called “my sister”, lol. Thanks for all you girls do, you’re great! ~ Oscar

Dear Melissa, I must tell you what happen to me last night. I finally saw my jinni! Wow! He is so beautiful! I know that word really doesn’t describe a male but it’s the only one that fits! He is so tall, and perfectly fit, with shinning dark eyes that entranced me! His bronze skin almost glows or shimmers of light even in the pitch dark! I know, I know, I could go on forever, but I was so surprised when I was outside in the dark trying to call my dogs in from the property, as they run free on our 112 acres. I thought the noise I heard rustling in the woods behind me was one of my dogs, so I turned to whistle and as I put my fingers in my mouth, suddenly he was there right in front of me, I was shocked! I didn’t move, for a second, then I spoke his name, and he reached out his hand towards the house, as I turned to look, I saw my dogs sitting quietly on the back porch. I turned back and he was gone! I really don’t know why he decided to do that, but I sure am happy about it! ~ Diane




Types of jinn Allah has created different types of jinn. Among them are some who can take on different forms such as dogs and snakes; some who are like flying winds with wings; and some who can travel and rest. Abu Tha`labah al-Khushni says that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) says: “The jinn are of three types: a type that has wings and they fly through the air; a type that looks like snakes and dogs; and a type that stops for a rest then resumes its journey.” (Reported by At-Tahawi in Mushkil Al-’Athar) There are five orders of jinn: 1) the Marid, who were the most powerful 2) the Efrit(Afreet) 3) the Shaitan 4) the Jinn 5) the Jann. They were governed by a succession of forty, or, as others say, seventy-two monarchs, named Suleyman, the last of whom, called Jan-ibn-Jan, built the Pyramids of Egypt. Prophets were sent from time to time to instruct and admonish them; but on their continued disobedience, an army of angels appeared, who drove them from the earth to the regions of the islands, making many prisoners, and slaughtering many more. Among the prisoners, was a young Jinni, named Azazeel, or El-Harith (afterwards called Iblees meaning "from his despair"), who grew up among the angels, and became at last their chief. When Adam was created, God commanded the angels to worship him; and they all obeyed except Iblees, who, for his disobedience, was tuned into a Sheytan (Shaitan) or Devil, and he became the father of the Sheytans. Some of the Jinn are obedient to the will of God, and believers in the Prophet, answering to the Peries of the Persians; others are like the Deevs, disobedient and malignant. Both kinds are divided into


communities, and ruled over by a monarchy of emperors, kings, queens, and princes. Over thousands of years the jinn have fought each other in great wars and raised kingdoms and dominion over other jinn. There are many nations of jinn now and each has its own monarch.



Their powers The jinn being here before man, Allah gave the jinn powers. Some of the powers were used for good and others for evil; Allah was so displeased that he has not given the same powers to humans. Allah has told us about some of their powers such as the ability to move and travel quickly. One of the jinn guaranteed to Prophet Sulayman (Solomon, peace and blessings be upon him) that he would bring the throne of the Queen of Yemen to Jerusalem in a moment, faster than the time needed for someone to get up from where he was sitting. Allah Almighty says: “A stalwart of the Jinn said: I will bring it thee before thou canst rise from thy place. Lo! I verily am strong and trusty for such work. One with whom was knowledge of the Scripture said: I will bring it thee before thy gaze returneth unto thee. And when he saw it set in his presence, (Solomon said) this is of the bounty of my Lord. That He may try me whether I give thanks or am ungrateful. Whosoever giveth thanks he only giveth thanks for (the good of) his own soul: and whosoever is ungrateful (is ungrateful only to his own soul's hurt). For lo! My Lord is Absolute in independence, Bountiful.” (An-Naml: 39-40) They have the power to make them selves visible and invisible at their own pleasure. They can assume the form of various animals, especially those of 25

serpents, cats, and dogs. When they appear in the human form, that of the good Jinni is usually of great beauty; that of the evil one, of hideous deformity, and sometimes of gigantic size. Once conjured and bound, any unbeliever jinn will try to regain control over its own destiny. When possessing a talisman (enchanted item that has a jinn bound to it), the owner is mystically linked to the jinn as well. The jinn may try to end his servitude three times, by engaging a master in a contest. The master does not have to accept the challenge, but if a jinn beats his master in the contest, its talisman power is broken. Jinn have long memories, and never forget a kindness or an injustice. If the jinn was treated fairly and graciously by the master, it is possible that no hard feelings would result. If an unbeliever jinn is freed before its service is done, it might even reward it's liberator well. However, if mistreated or made to abuse its power, the master should be ready to face an angry jinni that will most certainly attempt to challenge its master, and if freed, when the service is completed needless to say, will take revenge much more frequently than imagined. And I understand that although boils are not usually fatal, they are very pain, not to mention unattractive.

The food and drink of jinn Ibn Mas`ud reports that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) says: “There came to me an inviter on behalf of the Jinn and I went along with him and recited to them the Qur’an.” He (the narrator) said: The Prophet then went along with us and showed us their traces and traces of their embers. The Jinn asked the Prophet about their provision and he said: “Every bone on which the name of Allah is recited is your provision. The time it will fall in your hand it would be covered with flesh, and (you can have) all the droppings as food for your animals.” The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said, “So do not use (these things) for cleaning yourselves (after relieving oneself), for they are the food and provision of your brothers (Jinn).” (Reported by Muslim) The believing jinn may eat any bone on which the name of Allah has been mentioned, because the Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him) did not permit them to have anything on which Allah’s Name has not been mentioned – those are for the unbelieving jinn.


The unbelieving jinn are not above the pleasures of the flesh much like humans. They partake of spirits (alcohol), mind clouding (drugs), and the forbidden fruit (incestual relations). The unbelieving jinn are as evil as any thought a man could perceive times ten. I highly recommend that the inexperienced jinn master be wary of their choices, or certainly get a powerful and real protection spell. Please do not take this warning lightly. All jinn eat and drink, and propagate their species. Sometimes they unite with human beings, and the offspring partakes of the nature of both parents. The jinn will unite with other creatures as well; it is not uncommon to see a dragon, fairy, unicorn, or other spirits. In fact, there are legends of mythological gods that were actually part jinn, as the ambitions of jinn are not too great to think they are gods in of their selves.

The beasts of the jinn According to the Hadith reported by Ibn Mas`ud, that we have quoted above, the jinn asked the Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him) for provision, and he said to them: “…and (you can have) all the droppings as food for your animals.” The jinn like man and angels, they are a higher class of being and they have the power and dominion over all animals. It is not uncommon for the jinn to take animals and keep them, alas the poor undefended Sheppard have lost many of their keep to the darkness.

The dwelling-places of the jinn Some jinns are Muslims (believers in Islam) and some are non-Muslims (non-believers). Allah tells us that some of the jinn said “And there are among us some who have surrendered (to Allah) and there are among us some who are unjust. And whoso hath surrendered to Allah, such have taken the right path purposefully.” (Al-Jinn: 14) The chief abode of the Jinn of both kinds is the Mountains of Kaf. But they also are dispersed through out the earth, and they occasionally take up their


residence in baths, wells, latrines, ovens, and. ruined houses. They also frequent the sea and rivers, cross-roads, and market-places. They are mostly to be found in ruins and unclean places like bathrooms, dunghills, garbage dumps and graveyards. Hence the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) taught us to take precautions when entering such places, by reciting the adhkar (mentioning Allah’s Name) prescribed by Islam. You may always seek protection and comfort from fear in these places and in the darkness, by speaking a name of god, and there are many. One of these are reported by Anas ibn Malik (may Allah be pleased with him) who says: “When the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him) entered the toilet, he would say, 'Allahumma inni a`udhu bika min alkhubuthi wal-khaba’ith (O Allah, I seek Refuge with You from all offensive and wicked things [evil deeds and evil spirits]).'”



Jinn and the After Life The Jinn are not immortal; they are to survive mankind, but to die before the general resurrection. Even at present many of them are slain by other Jinn, or by men; but chiefly by shooting-stars hurled at them from Heaven. The fire of which they were created from, circulates in their veins instead of blood, and when they receive a mortal wound, it bursts forth and consumes them to ashes. There are natural predators for all beings, and this is true for the jinn. As most may think, an Angel is not more powerful than a jinni, but of equal power, and when they battle it is an even match. The true predator of jinn is man, we are the only beings under god, that have dominion and power over the jinn, but it only comes with certain knowledge and magik, and out side of the direct descendents of Solomon, it is a secret kept tightly by the master jinn conjurers.


This wisdom and magick was given to King Solomon by Allah himself to make the balance of good and evil even again. Which Allah saw that it was good and profitable for man to control these jinn as the angels serve man, thus man may better serve Allah. This does not mean that King Solomon was the first or only man to ever control jinn. He was not, the jinn have been present long before man was created, and they both served and preyed upon mankind. King Solomon is one of the most well documented Jinn Masters and a popular one at that. His writings continue to allow others to master jinn, you can locate them freely by going to Please keep in mind, that there are other sacred texts that are not public that validate djinn and they will not be released on a website. However, many of the fraudulent sellers do not realize this and use the fragmented data on this web site to make them appear authentic. However, it just is not the case. The gaping wholes in their theology are easily recognized by any true master. It has been written in part in sacred scrolls and the missing parts are unknown to the frauds. It is said, that the grand master conjurers are no longer of pure human decent, but that they are a line of descendents that were bred by King Solomon himself and a select phylum of his own private jinn. Thus many of the master conjures today are actually hundreds of years old, although if you tried to prove it the results would be tainted by the pure energy of magik and power that runs through their blood, if it is really blood. The Jinn are held responsible for their deeds just like men and hence will be called for account on the Day of Judgment and will be either punished or rewarded according to their deeds. Almighty Allah says relating the speech of Jinn: “And among us there are righteous folk and among us there are far from that. We are sects having different rules. And we know that we cannot escape from Allah in the earth, nor can we escape by flight. And when we heard the guidance, we believed therein, and whoso believeth in his Lord, he feared neither loss nor oppression. And there are among us some who have surrendered (to Allah) and there are among us some who are unjust. And whoso hath surrendered to Allah, such have taken the right path purposefully. And as for those who are unjust, they are firewood for hell.” (Al-Jinn: 11-15)

Shedding more light on the protection against and the immunity from the harm of jinn, we’ve add the following:




Jinn and Genie Possession In many instances, the jinn share with us many of our roles and actions. However, it is noticeable nowadays that many people, when they feel anything wrong with themselves, interpret that as a matter of possession by jinn. In fact, many of them will change their mind after they go to a doctor who checks up to find out that the person is diagnosed to have some physical or psychological problem. In this context, the following fatwa is issued by Sheikh M. S. Al-Munajjid, a prominent Saudi Muslim lecturer and author, regarding jinn possession: “There are some facts and some illusions connected to the issue of jinn possession, and among most people nowadays the illusions outweigh the facts. There is agreement among Sunni Muslims the jinn can dwell in the bodies of humans, but that does not mean that everyone who has epilepsy is possessed by the jinn, because epilepsy may have physical causes. The pains that many people feel in their bodies cannot be ascribed for certain to the actions of the jinn, rather they may be illusions or something imaginary. So a person should not pay any attention to the whispers of the jinn that make he/she think that he/she has done this and that. This is one of the ways in which the jinn deceives the person and makes him/her think that he can control him/her, and that he has powers that in fact he does not possess. This may lead to bad consequences as has happened to many people. Hence, the use of spiritual forms of healing, such as prayers and meditation have become quite popular. This is in part a result of resurgence in religion and so-called "New Age" beliefs. Major medical centers and health care institutions are even studying the effects of salah on healing. For Islamic purposes, the use of specialized prayers (duaa) or Qur'anic verses are known as ruqyah. Which


are used in casting protection spells and control spells for jinn. It also plays an important role in the conjuring and binding of jinn. The Prophet, sallallahu alayhe wa sallam, and his companions used this method of healing, as evidenced by many ahadeeth in Bukhari, Muslim, Abu Dawud, Tirmithi and others. Muslims are advised to provide ruqyah for Muslims and even non-Muslims that are sick. The sick are also able to provide ruqiyah for themselves. Ruqyah is a valuable tool for treating a variety of disorders and diseases. This may include snake or scorpion bite, the evil eye (or envy), and psychological problems that Jinn may cause. If a person goes to someone who is known for using ruqyah as prescribed in Shari`ah and is also righteous and keeps away from deviance and myths, there is nothing wrong with that and it may be a means of being healed from this problem. A person can seek the help of Allah and pray to Him and beseech Him to prevent the plots of the devils among mankind and the jinn from harming him/her. Man is always in need of his Lord, and Allah is Able to rid one of these thoughts, illusions and facts that are harming him/her.”

Protection from harm of jinn Because jinn can see us while we cannot see them, the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) taught us many ways to protect ourselves from their harm. The Prophet (peace and blessings of be upon him) says: “To put a barrier that will prevent the jinn from seeing the `awrah of the sons of Adam.” Strength of faith and religion in general will also prevent jinn from harming a person, so much so that if they were to fight, the one who has faith would win. Protection from harm and release from possession can be provided through the use of magik arts or spiritual ceremony. (Reported by At-Tirmidhi)


Understanding Jinn and forms of Jinn


1 – Do the jinn appear in human form? 2 – Do the jinn have a real form? 3 – How do I see Jinn in human form? 4 – How do I communicate with the Jinn? 5 – How do I bond with the Jinn? 6 – How do I protect myself from the Jinn? 7 – How do I make a wish? 8 – What do I do if my Jinni Item breaks?

Do the jinn appear in human form? Firstly: Yes, they can. It should be noted that the basic principle concerning the jinn is that they are concealed from mankind, hence they are called jinn, because the Arabic root janna refers to a single original meaning which is to cover and conceal, as Ibn Faaris said in Maqaayees al-Lughah. The jinn are so called because they are concealed from mankind, and the foetus (Fee-tus)(an unborn or unhatched) is called janeen in Arabic because he is concealed in his mother’s womb, and a garden jinni is called jannah because it is concealed by trees, and an insane person is called majnoon because his mind is covered, and so on in all derivations from this root. Allaah has told us of this when He said (interpretation of the meaning): “O Children of Adam! Let not Shaytaan (Satan) deceive you, as he got your parents [Adam and Hawwaa’ (Eve)] out of Paradise, stripping them of their raiments, to show them their private parts. Verily, he and Qabeeluhu (his soldiers from the jinn or his tribe) see you from where you cannot see them” [al-A’raaf 7:27] 32

Do the jinn have a real form? The answer to this is that it is proven in the Sunnah and from real life that the jinn appear in different forms, such as the forms of people and animals, etc. There have been many such incidents. Shaykh al-Islam (Ibn Taymiyah) said: The jinn may appear in human and animal form, so they may appear as snakes and scorpions etc, or in the form of camels, cattle, sheep, horses, mules and donkeys, or in the form of birds, or in the form of humans, as the Shaytaan came to Quraysh in the form of Suraaqah ibn Maalik ibn Ju’sham when they wanted to set out for Badr. Majmoo’ al-Fataawa, 19/44. The jinn have led many people astray by appearing in the forms of awliya’ (“saints”) and righteous people etc. Shaykh al-Islam said: The Shaytaan often appears in the form of the person who is being called upon and asked for help, if he is dead or sometimes if he is alive, without the person who called upon him realizing it. Indeed the Shaytaan may appear in his form and the misguided mushrik who is seeking that person’s help may think that the person himself has responded to him when in fact it is the Shaytaan. This also happens to the kuffaar who seek the help of those of whom they think well, whether they are dead or alive, such as the Christians who seek the help of George or others of their saints, and it happens to those so-called Muslims who commit shirk and follow misguidance by seeking the help of those who are dead or absent. The Shaytaan appears to them in the form of the one upon whom they call, without him realizing that… More than one person has told me that they sought my help, and each of them told me a different story. I told each one of them that I did not answer any one of them and I did not know that they were seeking my help. It was said that this was an angel, but I said: Angels do not help mushriks, rather that was a devil who wanted to misguide him. Majmoo’ al-Fataawa, 19/4748.

With regard to the second question, which is whether the jinn have a true form: The jinn are depicted with manifestations of smoke or fire, and one must understand that jinn are spiritual beings, and the authenticity of any spiritual being, including Allah, is based on the faith and belief in a power higher than our own. If an Angel is caught on video, does that negate the validity of all other undocumented or unmanifested accounts of angelic existences? Must we be so small to think that when we see a manifestation of one kind that is not equal to another, therefore the first is not real? 33

With regard to this matter of photographs of the jinn, which have fascinated many people and become widespread on some websites, it is not possible to verify the authenticity of what is in these websites, especially nowadays when people are highly skilled in producing in all kinds of deceptive pictures. Moreover researching such matters brings no spiritual or worldly benefit and serves no purpose. It is better to occupy oneself with things that will bring spiritual or worldly benefit such as reading and understanding what is in the Qur’an and the saheeh Sunnah, and what a person needs to know and do of correct belief and worship, and the proper attitude and etiquette which the person should develop, and so on. We ask Allah to protect you and raise you in status and forgive your sins and bless you with knowledge and good deeds, for He is the Best One to be asked. May Allaah send blessings and peace upon our Prophet Muhammad and his family and companions. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Note: The photographs used by us (jinnandtonics) that depict the jinn manifestations of fire are not fake. By that I mean, it is not photo shop or graphically created or edited. It is real fire in front of a basic cannon digital camera. The fire is created by the Al-fulani family, under extreme religious ceremony in order to get the djinn to manipulate the fire themselves to provide an image, this is known as pyromancy. Much like the energy that manipulates the way other channeled energy works, ie: runes, divination, tea leaves, and tarot. etc. Therefore, the fire becomes a channel for the djinn manifestation and it takes on a life of its own, often flying around the ceiling, or right at those in the room. The process is extremely dangerous both from the flames and the power of the djinn. Therefore, we will not ever reveal the rituals, ceremonies, or incantations used in the manifestations. This means there is very little chance that any of you will ever experience the flames yourself. There has been an instance documented where smokeless fire burned without consuming the property and delivered a message from god. However, I am fairly certain the prophet Moses (blessings be upon him), will not tell you how to experience it. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

How do I see Jinn in human form? As mentioned before, the Jinn have the power to make their selves visible and invisible at their own pleasure. They key here is, it is up to them to reveal 34

themselves in whatever form they possess the ability to reveal. As not all jinn possess the power to reveal themselves. Keep in mind that not all Jinn even have the ability to change forms or reveal themselves. Often we have seen the misfortune of those who were the masters of Jinn, and under the impression that the Jinn was of great power, when in fact the Jinn was not a powerful Jinn and could not reveal itself at all. In other cases, more often than not, the Jinn has tried to reveal itself to its master, in the form of a snake, or a stray animal that frequently seems to be present in the masters life. However, the master unaware is unable to recognize its Jinn in true form. The most frequent way for Jinn to reveal itself to its master is in the spiritual realm, like seen in dreams through the veil; Also, through the sensitivity of spiritual perceptions, i.e.; esp., meditation, prayer, scribing, clairvoyance, intuition, and magik, to mention a few. Therefore, in order to see your Jinn, you need to be aware that they choose when to be seen, and in what form. Unless you posses the power to see through the veil on your own, you should pay closer attention to the possibilities of the way Jinn will reveal themselves, both in animal and human forms.

How do I communicate with the Jinn? As with most sacred scriptures, reference to most communication with the beings of other realms consists of primarily certain distinct abilities present between our two worlds. In simple terms, you communicate with Jinn the same way you would other spiritual beings, through speaking out loud, through prayer, concentration, meditation, spiritual guidance, esp., visions, dreams, telepathy, intuitive knowledge, prophetic deliverance, and so on. For the most part, you will figure it out for yourself as you get used to your jinn, and you learn to become spiritually aware of your own ability to pierce the veil. This ability is in no way a “special” power, or talent given only to a select few. However, its strength or ability varies from one person to another, based on their own practice, skill, understanding, study, or experience. A good example is all humans are born with the “ability” to speak a language. Their


skill and success at doing so in the future depends greatly on the path their own experience leads them. Thus, one child grows up to speak French or English and others multiple languages. It is the same with communicating with any spiritual being. Always assume they hear and see you, since this is primarily the case. Don’t assume their response to you will be readily apparent, until you develop your own skills at listening and looking for their reply.

How do I bond with the Jinn? Bonding is a specialized and personal experience specific to each individual and each Jinni. In as much as, you would ask how do I bond with my child, or my new puppy dog, or new friend? Start by concentrating on experiencing their presence. Begin speaking to them in whatever form you are comfortable. Yes, it will seem like a one-way conversation at first, however, you will experience their presence and begin to recognize them. You can move on to further bond with them by sharing things about yourself with them. Allow them to know who you are by expressing yourself and sharing your experiences or feelings in your daily life with them. Basically, bonding is doing anything you want to try and build a relationship with the Jinn. You can decide for yourself what way you do this. We have provided an ebook that outlines exactly step by step things you can do to better bond and experience the presence of your beings. Look for the ebook titled, “Knowing is Next” in our ebay store (Jat-jinn) If you continue to try to experience your jinn without results, look for our ebook titled, “When Dragon’s Speak”. Although it is titled about dragons it is comprised of information and factual evidence that can assist most everyone in uncovering spiritual blockages that you may not even know exist.

How do I protect myself from the Jinn? The best way to protect yourself from Jinn is to receive a jinn protection spell on your behalf. This reduces the risk of you being deceived by the Jinn. It binds


the powers of Jinn with magik, thus preventing them from doing evil to their master. A really good upscale spell will include an ability of the master to recognize deception by Jinn, therefore revealing the Jinn’s behavior or motive. This is very helpful in new masters, to allow them both protection and intuition. Protection spell casters are available on ebay, two of which I know are authentic and powerful are: thevoodoomagickshop sadie1313131313 Please tell them we sent you, as they will take extra good care of you. The most important thing to remember is that you are the master, and unless you free the Jinn, you are ultimately in control. As well as, if you screw up something, although you might loose your Jinn, you are always able to pray for assistance from God.

How do I make a wish? Jinn do not grant wishes greater than their own magic can provide, but they will follow commands. For example, if a jinni was asked to make someone rich, he could create the illusion of riches for the duration of his servitude, or give actual fortunes and gold he has acquired, either from his own treasure or taken from another. They whisper into the minds of humans a suggestion that can create the outcome of their master’s requests. These suggestions work stronger than a subliminal effect and are difficult to recognize as other than their own ideas. With this ability they can persuade human behavior, however they cannot overcome free will and cause a human to do anything they were not willing to do in the first place. They will often use the master to fulfill the requests himself. (Watch an episode of I dream of Genie, you’ll begin to see the behavior that we describe in common comedy).Someone did their homework on writing the script for that show! It was probably the hand of a jinni! I will make this as clear as possible. If you make a wish or request of your djinn it will come true if the right circumstances allow for it to come true.


There are rules: 1) Djinn cannot physically force, touch, or harm a human without the human’s consent or possession of the human’s will. 2) A believer Djinn cannot break the law of Allah. 3) A non-believer Djinn can do much more to create the outcome of a wish, because they are very willing to disobey Allah. However, there is great risk here. Keep these rules in mind when you ask a request of your djinn. If you have a believer djinn and you ask for your ex-girl friend to leave their current lover and return to you. It will only happen IF the ex-girlfriend has the desire for you within her. A believer djinn will enter her mind with thoughts of you, triggering positive feelings and memories, initiating good dreams of you. Then the djinn will try to affect the circumstances that create an opportunity for you. It’s up to the ex-girlfriend to act on these suggestions and then up to you to utilize the opportunity IF it ever occurs. You can wish for it until you are blue in the face, IT REQUIRES HER FREE WILL! However, a non-believer in the same scenario, will do all the same tricks, but he might also, suggest to the current lover a temptation to cheat on her, causing her much pain, and the possibility that you get the ex-girlfriend back on the rebound. Will it be a great reunion? Will she really love you? Who knows, but, I assure you the djinn’s actions will affect your karma. Thus, if your wish created her loss and pain, you will get a dose of it yourself. So, the negative outcome or the lack of manifestation does not always mean your djinn failed you, it more likely means you choose unwisely. However, a good wish would be to ask for the wisdom to recognize the right person for you to love or receive love from. Then realize not everyone will find the right person in this life time, it may be another. Then be open to receiving the blessings of love. Then a wise wish would be one that understands the nature and purpose of love is to give it not receive it, and they ask for the person they are meant to love to be revealed, knowing it will most likely bring pain, as the purpose of love is to mold us and create changes, a wise master willingly accepts this purpose and desires to fulfill their destiny.


Since, the jinn ascend at times to the confines of the lowest heaven, and by listening there to the conversation of the angels; they obtain some knowledge of the future, which they impart to their master, which by means of talismans or magic arts, have made a jinn obedient to his will by binding. (just a note, fairies have knowledge of all past and future, thus a jinn and fairy union if conceived correctly is very beneficial). This knowledge is transferred to the master often in the same way the Jinn would suggest actions of any human, as an idea, suggestion, or thought. The out come, requires the master to act on the idea and thus fulfills the master’s own wish of the Jinn. So, the question is, how do I ask? The answer is, you ask of the Jinn your request the same way you pray to God. You just ask. Speak out loud, think on the thought, imagine the request being fulfilled in your mind, pray for it, expect it to be so, assume it is so, try to be patient, wait for the result, know the result and means may not be revealed in a way you anticipated, and above all believe!

What do I do if my Jinni Item breaks? If the item is made of glass or a delicate material you can only hope it was an “open” binding. If not, there is a very good chance you lost your jinni, and the only way to retrieve it is to commission a special conjuring, which is more difficult than picking an available jinn to bind. Otherwise, any item that is need of repair is much like our own homes, being in disrepair. It is best to repair the item. The Jinn have great pride and although they are renowned for “slumming”, the Islamic Jinn prefer having a sound vessel. In either case, it will be an individual choice considering each circumstance is different. If the item is in need of repair that requires the care of another person, it may be in your best interest to command your jinni to not reveal itself in their presence. However, if the jinni is bound by conventional spells, required rubbing to summon, well, you could very well be at risk of giving your jinni away. Any jinni bound by a conventional spell can be sent to a Master Conjurer to have an “open” binding placed on it for security. Please, research your


conjurers and don’t trust everyone. There are scoundrels abound, who prey on others. If your item is traditionally bound, your risk of loosing the djinn will only occur if you revealed the djinn’s name to others. So, repair the vessel, and make everyone happy. If you do have an “open” binding and the item is not repairable, you still own the jinni, and the jinni can be rebound on a new item. This is why the open binding is so superior, it allows for you to access your djinn the same as you would pray to God. Loosing the item is not losing the djinn. Having the ancient traditional bindings often mean if you loose the djinn vessel, you are unable to invoke the djinn. King Solomon’s Keys (grimories) were created before the latter prophets came to admonish men and djinn, and bring new light. Therefore the methods have changed as did the words of the latter prophets. And claiming that the ancient ways are the only true ways is condemning yourself to those limitations. ~~~~~~~

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