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The Plague of Black Magic

By Mohammad Yusha • Mar 29th, 2012 • Category: Mystic Matters • 7 Comments

Black magic has spread like a plague in all four corners of the world and there is no stopping it. People practice it without any shame or fear of accountability for their action on the day of judgement. Whether in the form of amaliyaat, taweez gande, jadu tona, or whatever it may be, it is being practiced like there is no tomorrow.

In this day and age of Godlessness, hedonism and materialism, people do not think of punishment in the akhirah. People do not think of the gravity of their sin. People do not think of the problems they will face in this very world due to their filthy act. All they think about is achieving their goal through magic at whatever the cost, whether it may be to harm someone due to jealousy, or to achieve something, in the form of love, money, success, etc.

With so much information available on magic, and so many methods of cure, it is the responsibility of each and every individual to make sure they are free from the effects of magic. One thing I have repeatedly mentioned in my articles is the recitation of Manzil. For those who are not aware, Manzil is a booklet of verses from the Holy Quran, and booklets are available in all Islamic stores.

These verses have to be read, blown thrice on water in a glass, and drunk once in the morning and once after maghrib. Those who find it difficult to maintain consistency with the method can simply recite Manzil on water in a bottle or jug, and drink a little from it once in the morning and once after sunset until the water lasts.

May Allah SWT save us all from the effects of magic, and cure those who are suffering from it.

Links to my previous articles can be found here.

To check for black magic symptoms, click here.

*Please make it a habit of giving Manzil water to your children, especially if they are little.

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  1. God bless and reward you Muhammad for all your efforts in educating and trying to help people on the evil of Sihr…

    It is unbelievable how people want to destroy their Hereafter and the Dunya just out of malice and hasad.

    Barakallah feek

  2. Pakistani Bint — if you may find any L ITERATOR on TOUFIK - Illah Billah — in English or Urdu - I shall be very thankful - kindly suggest any book/web site.

  3. Dear AAM - Thanks for post… bhai, please could you kindly let me know what you mean by literature on toufik..? Sorry if it’s a silly question but I am of very limited knowledge.. but if I do know anything, it will be my great pleasure to humbly suggest, Inshallah

  4. Ok then some problem must be in spelling e.g. Tawfiq — I think it is by mean — “Special Permission - to perform some specific Job - Of course - Granted by Allah Jj.”

  5. No problem in your spelling AAM, it’s me who didn’t understand the question… so I’m not sure if I’m still answering correctly. :-)

    1. If you have a need i.e a hajat (Arabic hajah) or zaroorat of any kind, then firstly there is Salatul-Hajah (Namaz Hajat) which you may already know. For this:

    * You pray two rakah / rakat namaz.
    * After that you do Hamd and Sana (’subhanak-Allah humma wa bi hamdi-ka…’ etc ) and Surah al Fatiha to praise Allah Jj, and then recite durood upon the Prophet (SAW).
    * Finally you recite the DUA for namaz hajat which is below (after this dua below, you must SPECIFICALLY STATE the exact need that you have from Allah SWT Inshallah. If it’s His Will, it will happen I’A)

    The Dua is this:

    “La ilaha illallahul Halimul karim
    Subhanallahi Rabbil Arshil Azim, Alhamdulillahi Rabbil Alamin, Asaluka Mujibaati Rahmatika Wa Azaa’ima maghfiratika Wal Ghanimata Min Kulli Birrin, Was salamata Min Kulli Ithmin, La Tada’ Li Zanmban Illa Ghafartahu, Wa la Hamman Illa Farrajtahu, Wa la hajatan hiya Laka Ridhan Illa Qadhaitaha, Ya Arhamar Rahimeen.”

    There there no god but Allah the Clement and Wise.
    There is no god but Allah the High and Mighty.
    Glory be to Allah, Lord of the Tremendous Throne.
    All praise is to Allah, Lord of the worlds.
    I ask you (O Allah) everything that leads to your mercy, and your tremendous forgiveness, enrichment in all good, and freedom from all sin.
    Do not leave a sin of mine (O Allah), except that you forgive it, nor any concern except that you create for it an opening, nor any need in which there is your good pleasure except that you fulfill it, O Most Merciful!

    2. If you mean performing dua or any zikr (dhikr) before under-taking any task, work need etc, or if for example you are stuck in any aspect of life, then you should recite al Asmaa al Husna i.e Allah Ta’ala’s beautiful 99 names as many times as possible. The Beautiful Name you recite depends on your need which corresponds to it.

    For example:

    * If you want rizq, a job etc, then Al Wahhabo (the Bestower), Ar-Razzaqo (the Sustainer), Al-Basito (the Expander), Al-Muqeeto (the Maintainer), Al-Ghanio (the Rich) and Al-Mughneyyo (the Enricher) should be recited.

    * If you are unwell or ill, you should recite As Salamo (the Giver of Peace), or Al-Hayyo Al Qayyumo (the Ever-Living, the Eternal), Al Muhyi-yo (the Giver of Life), Al-Qadiro (the All-Powerful), Al-Muqtadiro (the ), Al Qawwiyo (the All-Strong).

    * If you are ‘lost’ and confused in any matter in your life, you can recite Al Hadi (the Guide) or Ar-Rasheedo (the Guide to the Right Path)

    * If you are looking for a spouse, you could recite Al-Lateefo (the Subtle One or the Courteous One-), or Al Wahhabo (the Bestower), or if you want children, you should recite Al-Waritho/Wariso (the Supreme Inheritor).

    * If you are especially stuck in something i.e. something like a naukri or a marriage won’t ‘open’, you can recite Al Fattaho (the Opener).

    * If you want to increase Eeman, you can recite Ya Allaho (the God) or Al Mu’mino (the Guardian of Faith) and so on.

    3. There is also a dua from the Sunnah which I think is EXCELLENT for Tawfiq-Billahi as in my humble experience, it is tried and tested. It will Inshallah help you to achieve whatever you want. It is good to recite it before under-taking anything, to recite it when you are stuck or in any other situation (however you must also belive sincerely in what you reciting i.e there must be total tawwaqal in ASWT)

    The dua is:

    “La Hawla Wa La Quwwata Illah Billah-Hill-Aaliul-Adhzeem”
    (There is no Strength or Power to Do Good or Abstain from the Bad, Except with the Help of Allah the Most High & Great)

    4. A small book that’s very helpful is ‘Selected Prayers - A collection of Du’a from The Quran & Sunnah’ which is compiled by Jamal A. Badawi and it’s published by ‘Millat Book Centre’ (India). It mentions dua for everything from saabit-qadmi to rizq, for the family, for marriage, for children, for parents, for forgiveness etc etc. It’s very good Mashallah.

    5. There are also various books by Muhammad al Jibaly (published by Al-Kitaab & as-Sunnah) which contain duas for everything from what to recite for when you are sick, to making an Islamic will, to funeral regulations, marriage, life in Barzakh etc which are also good

    6. There is also a small pocket-sized book ‘Fortress of the Muslim’ published by Darrusalam which has prayers for every occasion inlcuding for tawfiq

    7. I’ve just googled and these look seem to look like OK duas from Sunnah!

    I’m not sure if I have answered your question AAM…but if I find anything else that is useful, I will post it Inshallah.

  6. Regarding Sihr (Magic) or kala jadoo and how to treat it, there is an excellent book ‘Jadoo aur Aasaeb ka Kamyaab Ilaaj’ edited by Abu Mundhur Khalil Ibrahim and is a translation of, and based on the work of, Waheed Abdus-Salam Bali, an Egyptian scholar.

    It is published by Darrusalam and Mashallah, is based entirely on Quran and Sunnah.

    It explains about Tawheed…about the different kind of magic etc and how the jinn are involved…it exposes amils and how they sell their souls… it explains how to treat jinn, sihr, asaeb etc… it explains about hasad (envy) and the characteristics of a hasid…it explains schizophrenia and a form of epillepsy that may result from these roohani masail.

    Please do read if anyone has been affected by Sihr etc.

  7. PB - I don’t require any Dua - utmost require basis any booklet or any comprehensive book on the subject of TAWFIQ as I’m blind follower of this theory every single human being is born to perform some specific jobs till his/her stipulated time of period own death. I think in hard URDU this is called TAWFIQ Illah Billah - if I am not wrong?

    I’m not in hurry as & when you will have time to search - kindly search any remarkable research work then I let you know an email address you may directly send the same. If you have no problem with the same for this noble job.

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