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Thursday, 10 October 2013


Assalam oalaikum,

Like the other forms of back magic, Voodoo magic also revolves around the spirit world. The Voodoo magic practitioners perform rituals and animal sacrifices in order to bring spirits under their control. This is the reason why many such practitioners are known to visit graveyards at night. When they finally manage to subjugate the spirits then they do all sorts of evil deeds with their help. They can even get people killed by the spirits. Due to rise in jealousy, competition, envy and hatred these days such practitioners are in much demand. People often hire them to seek revenge or to ruin the marriage and career prospects of their relatives, friends or acquaintances.
Voodoo witchcraft has got the reputation of being the most dangerous form of black magic. Originating from Africa, this witchcraft has spread throughout the world.  
The basic idea is to make a doll which resembles the victim in some way. The victim’s hair, nails, clothes etc are acquired stealthily and are attached to the doll, thereby producing a psychic connection between the two. The practitioner then pierces needles at specific points in the doll to harm the victim. The main agenda of the Voodoo witchcraft practitioners, like the rest of their ilk, is to weaken the immune system of the victim.

Some of the symptoms of Voodoo witchcraft are:
darkening of ones complexion
chronic fatigue
jerking of body parts
suicidal tendencies
heaviness in parts of the body
a dark smoke in front of ones
eyes on awakening
waking up in fear
stinging pain in body
burning of palms
disturbed sleep

Wash out I memory
 Sudden chills
Constant headaches
Medical treatment does not yield any positive result 
Bruise marks on the body
Irregular periods or no periods at all
Rape in dreams by spirits

The symptoms vary according to the severity of the magic done. In the final stage of black magic, (where even the powerful spiritual healers do not take up the case) the symptoms become spooky and the black magic becomes almost irreversible. Therefore, it is essential for a person to take note of anything unnatural which happens to him or her before it gets too late.
The following link gives us an insight into what the Voodoo witchcraft practitioners are up to.

The video proves that such things do happen in the society and have become a nuisance for the people. Those who live in the areas near the crematorium are seen complaining about the beating of drums by the tantriks at night, in the crematorium. Apparently, the tantriks are following the same rituals which are used by the original African Voodoo witchcraft practitioners. Bones and skulls of the dead are unearthed in order to perform the spooky rituals of Voodoo witchcraft. The half-burnt skulls, bones, Voodoo doll, hammer etc which can be seen in this video are all sure-shot signs of Voodoo witchcraft. Besides performing these disgusting rituals, the practitioners also feed food laced with “ash of the dead” to the innocent victims. If an unsuspecting victim eats such food/ dessert then he or she can easily fall a prey to the tricks of such dangerous tantriks.
Since Voodoo witchcraft is on the rise these days, so it has become essential for everyone to practice extreme caution in life.

Keep Me In Your Prayers,
Amel Soname

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