Sihr, or jadu Symptoms – how to cure them
Sihr, black magic or jadoo has many physical symptoms, including;
- High Fever
- Dry cough
- Sore throat
- Stuffy, congested nose
- Muscle aches and stiffness
These problems continue while doctors find nothing wrong, or diagnose as ME or chronic fatigue. In magical terms the victim is being drained of energy.
Symptoms are very similar to flu, which lasts around a week. If your experiences last for a few days, then it is likely you have flu. However, if these symptoms continue, or come and go on a daily or weekly basis, then you are suffering from ruqyah, the evil eye, sihr or black magic.
Part of the cure for sihr is for the healer to go through these symptoms in a very short time, maybe for 24 hours. This experience is very uncomfortable physically, but at the same time there are many powerful spiritual visions and experiences that help the Healer to understand the ways of the black magician(s) who attacked the patient.
Getting Help from Black Magic
Jadoo, or sihr deprives or prevents spiritual and material happiness, development and growth. There is a block your wisdom and intelligence and all efforts to solve the problem are fruitless. There is a mental block, you get disturbed sleep with bad dreams, and negative thoughts. There is heaviness and weight on the heart and constriction in the throat.
Nothing seems to go right, you are the victim and blame of everything that goes wrong. One feels one is not getting one’s due and can do much more. You may be suffocated and restless and it is difficult to find peace. You feel depressed, with lack of enthusiasm or desire to live.
Jadu, sihr or sifli affects not only Moslems. There is a deeper, more powerful magic at work underneath Sihr, that is indifferent to the traditional methods. The Healer has used the Names of God, but actually nothing has changed, and so the sufferer goes from Mosque to Mosque trying to find someone who can help them.
Techniques of sihr or jadu
Surprisingly, magic is nothing like the popular conception. I am not going to go into what the real techniques are, but often they masquerade as healing or benevolence. Many magicians pose as white magicians (that they call themselves ‘white’ draws attention to their ambiguity), gathering around them a group of innocent students of the occult who believe they are learning healing. The grim reality is that these students are ‘farmed’ for their energy, or the positive healing energy they send out is subverted for more sinister purposes. This method is prevalent in the West, as westerners tend are more trusting. We apparently do not have a history of black magic in the UK, which is a deception in itself.
One type of Sihr or jadu is to find two people of similar aptitude and spiritual development. The magician then transposes some energy levels between the two, creating a permanent link between the victims who both lose that energy, yet are unable to find out what has happened to them.
It is easy to spot fraudulent healers as they usually have a list of spells and prices. Black Magicians are like criminals. That is to say, they have characteristic traits that become recognisable. That is how the police catch criminals, by their modus operandi. In my experience every instance I have treated had unique circumstances around them which required unique techniques of healing. Every case of magic requires research that can take at least one day, and in some cases a month or longer.
I am available in London and Brighton for a consultation, so please call me on + 203 700 6910