Muslim Black Magic
Islamic apologists often extol the scientific nature of Islam: that Islam has no room for spirituous mumbo—jumbo. This blatant distortion of the truth about Islam might work well for those who have no, or very little idea about the proliferation of many superstitious Islamic rites routinely performed for the alleviation of many afflictions. If you ever chanced to observe any such superstitious rites, you will be amazed at the similarities between Islamic procedures and the Black Magic performed by many voodoo cults in Africa and South America.
First, let us examine the Qur’an and its use to perform Islamic Black Magic. Many Mullahs routinely perform such rituals as professional Islamic black magicians. Please note that both Shias and Sunnis practice Islamic Black Magic, although the Shias are more prone to resort to such rituals.
The Use of the Qur’an as Black Magic
One of the most commonly practiced Islamic black magic is istikhara. This is the use of the Qur’an as a talisman or the reading of the Qur’an for some magical results. The seeker of istikhara goes to a Mullah who is an expert in this magic. The Mullah repeatedly recites verse 6:59 of the Qur’an, and having given salutation to Muhammad, closes his eyes, turns his face upwards, and utters Allah while moving his fingers across the pages of the Qur’an. Then he stops his finger and reads the first sentence or the part of sentence on the page of the Qur’an.
The Mullah then provides the answer to the candidate’s question.
The Shias believe that Hasan, Caliph Ali’s eldest son, and a grandson of Muhammad wore a talisman containing the Suras 113 and 114.
Also widely used for Islamic Black Magic is Sura Ya Sin (Sura 36), considered to be the heart of the Qur’an. The victims recite this Sura at times of adversities, illness, fasting and on the approach of death. Ibn Kathir, the most eminent Qur’anic tafsir writer scribes that whoever recites Ya Sin at night will wake up forgiven, and whoever recites Ha Mim (Sura 41) in which Ad‑Dukhan (the Smoke) is mentioned, will wake up forgiven.
According to ibn Abbas, Ya Sin is a Syriac language, which means ‘Glorified is His mention’. On the potency of Islamic Black Magic of this Sura ibn Ishaq (p.222) mentions that when Abu Jahl’s people went to Muhammad’s house to kill him, Muhammad recited 36:1–8 and sprinkled dust on the faces of Abu Jahl’s men, and they failed to see Muhammad.
Today, this Islamic Black Magic is very much alive among the devout Muslims. If a Muslim is serious about protection from harmful slander, he just recites verses 36:65–66. When a Muslim suffers from pneumonia or dysentery, all he/she has to do is to write these verses on a piece of paper, wash the paper with water, and then drink the water. If a Muslimah follows this procedure during child–birth she is guaranteed to have a painless child‑birth, the Mullahs firmly believe. For toothache, write verses 36:78–83 on paper and hang it on the side of the ear of the aching tooth. This will remove the toothache—Islamic style.
Other Suras, which are quite frequently used in Islamic Black Magic, are: 48 (Victory), 55 (ar‑Rahman), 60 (Mumtahan), 72 (Jinns or Spirits), 78 (the Tidings), and 114 (Mankind).
Here is a brief list of Islamic Black Magic via the Qur’an:
To protect valuables in a box—write Sura 114 on paper and store the scribble in the box.
To prevent moth attack—write 2:267 and keep it in clothing.
To prevent the effect of evil eyes—write 2:14–15 on a turtle’s skin, and keep the turtle with you.
For abundant produce from a garden, write the entire Sura Ya Sin (Sura 36) and hang the paper on a tree in the garden.
For personal security, wear Sura Ya Sin inserted in a talisman.
Effects of Evil Eyes
This is an interesting topic. Most Muslims believe that the manner in which a person, especially an infidel, looks at a Muslim, or at any object he (the Muslim) possesses, or at any food he eats, has an effect (evil) on his personal well‑being. For example, in some Islamic countries, it is widely believed that one should not eat in the presence of a beggar or in front of a starveling person. Because, the penetrating look of the hungry person will lead to stomach cram in you.
In Islam there are too many superstitions, perhaps a book can be penned on this topic alone. Islamic superstition is endemic because Muhammad was an extremely superstitious person. Here is a brief list of a few outstanding Islamic Superstitions. Mind you, all these superstitious beliefs are from Muhammad, therefore, compulsory for all Muslims to adhere to them.
The Magical Power of Muhammad’s Blood, Urine, and Excrement
In Ash Shifa we read the following unbelievable text, depicting the magical power of Muhammad’s biological waste products.
Drink Muhammad’s blood and no fire will touch you.
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