Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote that:-

“…man is a bundle of relations, a knot of roots,
whose flower and fruitage is the world…”

Emerson, from his famous Essay ~ History more fully:-

“In old Rome the public roads beginning at the Forum proceeded north, south, east, west, to the centre of every province of the empire, making each market-town of Persia, Spain, and Britain pervious to the soldiers of the capital: so out of the human heart go, as it were, highways to the heart of every object in nature, to reduce it under the dominion of man. A man is a bundle of relations, a knot of roots, whose flower and fruitage is the world. His faculties refer to natures out of him, and predict the world he is to inhabit, as the fins of the fish foreshow that water exists, or the wings of an eagle in the egg presuppose air. He cannot live without a world.”

How to cure from sihr/magic/sorcery

This is a compilation I have made from comments received on a site. These comments may help you in sha Allah and may Allah reward all those who have commented

important advice

  1. I suffered multiple black magic over last 10 years

    from experience, don’t miss salad, try your best to read at mosque or jama
    any time you feel under attract read Surat fateh nas falek and wily Allah hu ahad, seven times and blow on your self,
    recite any verses of Quran you know in to water and drink as many rims a day as you can after fajar and assar and magrib recite for 1hour what ever you can, but reading Quran is best if can read,

    most important is to carry on and recite what ever you know of Quran whilst sitting walking, what is said above is tough for the one sufferin , I know and any who suffered knows, this is how I thought when effected by sihr,

    not let a junky kafir jinn mess with your body and mind, punish the jinn by reciting when lying, walking, sitting, hurt the jinn like he hurts you, hate the jinn, quran reciting is seriously effective but it’s hard wen your effected by sihr, believe me, if Allah wills the jinn will leave, may 2 weeks maybe 2 months maybe 2 years

    2. To all those who are suffering from sihr I urge you to do HIJAMA for verily it is a cure by the permission of Allah.Do HIJAMA every week for like a month & you will surely see a difference. It weakens the jinn sooo much! I know because I used to be affected.

    Continue with hijama for months, as you know shaytaan runs through the blood of the body. The sihr is already in the blood so removing the blood through hijama will also remove some of the sihr.

    Try sidr in the bath & rub olive oil all over the body every night for a month, as it’s a blessed tree ‘shajaratun mubarakatun’ as Allah swt says in surah nur. And the jinn hate it.

    Ultimately shifaa is from Allah, these tests are to get you closer to Allah swt & salat in Jamaa is important also.

    Never lose hope or give up, all this is a forgiveness & a raising of our ranks. We have so many sins, it may be that we meet our lord sinless due to these trials which we are facing.


  2. Do no take baya with anyone. Especially sheikh nazim as the person posted above. Do no go to anyone who asks for your mother’s name or gives you taweez, these are magicians. Know cure cones only from Allah that no one can cure you apart from him. I recommend listen to lectures on aqeeda. Lectures by abdulla farsi can be found on youtube on imaan.

    Eat 7 ajwa dates or any dates. 7 every morning.

    Mix one – two tablespoon of honey. Good quality honey. Manuka or sidr and mix with ruqia water ( water recited on) drink everyday.
    1-Pray your five daily prayers on time, pray it slowly and try and understand what you are reciting
    2- Music strenghtens the shayateen and Quran weakens them, stay away from music and listen to Quran on a regular basis, especially have it nice and loud in the house covering all rooms.
    3- recite “laa ilaaha il Allah wahdaahu laa shareekala, laa hul mulku walaa hul hamdu wa huwa alaa qulli shay in Qadeer” 100 times a day
    4-recite Quran in water, 7 x al faatiha, 7 X ayatul kursi, 7 X surah’s Ikhlas, 7 X Surah Falaq and 7 X Surah Naas, do three dry spits in it and drink this on a regular basis, use this water to wipe over your body, especially affected areas such as tummy and sometimes where the jinn settles in certain areas in the body which one may feel. Also pour some of this water in a spray bottle and spray around the house if one feels that the house is also affected.
    5-remove any pictures or statues around the house which is of a living object such as humans and animals
    6- Take wudhu before sleeping, cup your right hand over your left do three dry spits and recited 1 x surah ikhlas, falaq and naas and wipe all over your body and repeat this three times. Recite ayatul kursi and the last two ayat of al Baqarah “aamanah rasool” then sleep
    7-play the “ruqyah” cd nice and loud around the house as much as possible if you don’t have a ruqya cd, see the link below or purchase the cds from www.iisna.com
    8- Obtain a book titled “fortress of a muslim” in arabic its called “husnil muslim” it is a book with various dua that you should say in your daily life for blessings and protection.
    9- Repent on a daily basis, do lots of dua asking Allah to cure you.
    Put your trust in Allah and inshaAllah you will be cured. Eat healthy and do regular exercise, do lots of good deeds and keep getting closer to Allah through your worship, the closer you are to Allah the better your life will inshaAllah become.
    Go to the link below and download “Treat yourself by yourself against Jinn” and “Treat yourself by yourself against magic” listen to it on a regular basis nice and loud so the recitation reaches all around the house.

How to cure evil possession [mass]?


Do you think you are possessed by the devil, the shaytan?

I advise you to take some time to read this article. this really helps

This article has been taken from Robert J. Abramson.


Robert J. Abramson has been a student of J.R. Worsley’s and a practitioner of Five Element acupuncture for more than 20 years. He is the co-director of the Five Element Group of New York and has taught and lectured extensively on Five Element acupuncture.

Many people see acupuncture as a physical modality limited to treating physical entities such as pain syndromes. Although this is true, it is a restricted view. Others understand that in addition to treating physical problems, acupuncture is helpful for treating mental problems (e.g. insomnia, anxiety, panic attacks).

Still, others are aware that acupuncture has a profound effect on the spirit. In fact, most difficulties we face in the modern era—depression, lack of will to live, lack of joy—have their origin on the spiritual level. Such spiritual maladies ca be –and, in fact, must be—addressed with acupuncture for real healing to occur (oral communication, J.R. Worsley, April 1979).

An overwhelming number of our problems today stem from a weak, deficient, and
uncared-for spirit. Although our culture provides well for physical and mental needs, too often the spirit goes hungry. According to classical Five Element acupuncture as taught by J.R. Worsley, most imbalances arise out of this deficiency. IF left untreated, they can give way to more recognizable disease processes. For true and lasting healing to occur, a practitioner must set free and nourish the patient‘s spirit, thereby allowing it to guide the person back to balance and


A weakened and ineffectual spirit that is not able to guide and give direction to a patient, coupled with powerful external or internal forces, can cause loss of control over the body, mind, and spirit. This loss of control, this transfer of power from the person to this other entity—this taking over—is what Five Element acupuncture calls “possession”. Other healing traditions acknowledge this idea of the patient being taken over by another force while in a weakened state and have different treatments to restore the proper order.
The ideas of demons, possession, and loss of free will are an intricate part of many
religions throughout the world. The Catholic church has been quietly encouraging bishops to appoint more exorcists as the millennium approaches. This increased need for exorcism is a consequence of social and cultural dislocation, the erosion of traditional religion, and the rise of sects and cults dealing in spiritism. “Yes, I believe the Devil exists”, noted one priest in a New York Times article last year, “but not in the way he is popularly presented. The evil spirit exists in people‘s hearts; it slips through the mind‘s fault lines. It destroys trust, causes despair, prevents
people from loving, from living a full life. It‘s not a matter of rolling on the ground and crying”.
Other religious traditions contain similar ideas. In Judaism, there is the idea of a dybbuk or evil spirit. Isaac Bashevis Singer says of demons: “I don‘t think they can take us over so quickly. When people say to themselves, ‘I‘m not going to make any choice anymore.‘ It is then that the demon is bound to appear”.
The concept of possession and its treatment as taught by J.R. Worsley has become deeply embedded in the way Five Element acupuncturists conceptualize their patients. The hallmark of possession is that the person is not in control of his or her life—something or someone has assumed an inordinate and overpowering control. One might be possessed by money, a job, sex, a guru figure, a religion, a lover, and even negative thought patterns. Virtually anything can possess people to the point that it takes away their freedom. Of course, patients who present with obsessional thoughts are not all possessed. There is a clear distinction—at times profound and at times subtle—between those patients with obsessional, neurotic, and even psychotic thought and behavioral patterns and those who are possessed from the Five Element point of view.
Regardless of one‘s worldview concerning predestination, we all tend to act as though we are free in body, mind, and spirit to make decisions that affect our lives. However, when patients become possessed they lose that basic ability. Something or someone usurps their power to control their lives. In J.R. Worsley‘s classical Five Element acupuncture, specific needle treatment patterns unleash the 7 Internal Dragons that scour the body and devour the Internal Devils that are responsible for the possession.
When assessing a patient for possession, the practitioner should listen to the patient‘s story as well as how he or she tells it. One must also look into the patient‘s eyes to determine whether a full, complete human being seems to be looking back. The look of someone who is possessed is a vacant and absent stare. It‘s a bit like looking into the eyes of a doll—as though something is missing in the person. That something is a connection to their spirit. The subtle quality of a connection or lack thereof between practitioner and patient, the look in the patient‘s eyes, the patient‘s inability to move forward with his or her life, and the context of the patient‘s
story all can help the practitioner to arrive at a diagnosis and institute proper treatment.
If the patient being treated for possession is not actually possessed, nothing happens. The practitioner does no harm and eliminates possession as a possible cause of the patient‘s problems. The patients in the following case reports were all treated for possession. The needling pattern for these treatments can be found in J.R. Worsley‘s Traditional Chinese Acupuncture. It is important to bear in mind that this treatment must be seen in the context of a Five Element diagnosis and continued treatment on the causative factor Element. The causative factor is a concept specific to the Five Element system and denotes the primary elemental imbalance. Practitioners
who have a strong sense that their patient is possessed can refer the patient to a Five Element practitioner or use another modality to deal with the possession. From a Five Element perspective, however, the possession must be cleared or future treatments will not work and the patient will not be able to move forward with his or her life.

Case 1

Emma, a 41-year-old, extremely high-functioning woman, got involved with a man, fell in love, and was swindled out of a large sum of money. She became obsessed with this man as well as her mistake and could not get them out of her mind. These thoughts dominated her daily life. It was as though she was possessed by her action and could not regain control of her life.

She was referred by a psychotherapist who felt something was needed to break through the obsessive thoughts, allowing the patient to regain control. I treated her for Internal Devils. Her sleep was restored and the obsessive and possessed feelings that ruled her life left her. She was now able to deal with the psychological issues that allowed her to get into such a situation in the first place.
In the following section, Emma‘s therapist describes the background leading up to
Emma‘s referral to my practice:

Emma is an extremely successful single parent. In 1996 her son received a full
scholarship to an Ivy League university and her daughter received a scholarship to a prestigious prep school. Suddenly both children were out of the house and Emma, who hadn’t been on a date in approximately 12 years, began a relationship with a retired baseball player. He was charismatic and playful, but an alcoholic. Emma knew this was not going to develop into a lifelong partnership but was nevertheless enjoying herself. In spring 1998 Emma’s friend and lover decided to go back to his former girlfriend. Emma had given the man a large sum of money, with which he had absconded. Emma was devastated.
My work with Emma involved helping her to manage and grieve the loss. After a month of treatment, nothing had changed with her. She was suffering from depression and anxiety and was unable to concentrate at work or make herself available to her children when they came home for a visit. I referred her to a psychiatrist and she began taking both Prozac (fluoxetine hydrochloride) and BuSpar (buspirone hydrochloride). Around the same time I began treating her for trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder. The treatment included traditional cognitive, cognitive-behavioral, insight-oriented therapies as well as eye movement desensitization and
reprocessing techniques. After several months of psychiatric and psychological treatment, Emma found no relief from her obsession with her lover or the pain associated with his betrayal of her.
She was not functioning and we spoke about hospitalization. At this point I referred her to Dr. Abramson for acupuncture treatments in the hope of avoiding hospitalization.

After the first session Emma reported that she was thinking more clearly and that she could conceive of the possibility of “getting on with her life”. She arranged outings with friends and understood that she had to break her ties to the family and friends of her former lover. Only one additional acupuncture treatment remained, and within a month following the initial treatment Emma began to
stabilize. During the summer of 1998 she was working effectively at her job. She began to take trips and spent satisfying time with her children. In September she began dating a man she knew when she was a young woman. The relationship appears to be healthy and Emma is reportedly doing will (written
communication, James Halpern, PhD, November 1998).

Case 2

A 35-year-old woman receiving treatments from an acupuncturist had begun to feel poorly over the previous 6 to 8 months before she came to see me. Jane appeared to have an ideal life: she had 3 wonderful children a loving husband, and financial security. She was also intelligent, physically attractive, and generally healthy.
As our interview and physical examination proceeded, however, the sense that something was wrong became increasingly strong. I felt I could not engage this patient and could not find the person behind the façade. Following some gentle questioning, Jane revealed that she had just remodeled parts of her house, noting the experience had been “toxic” and that she felt “poisoned” by it. I thought perhaps that environmental pollutants were making her sick, but with further probing Jane opened up with a flood of tears and emotion.
The builder with whom she had been working closely—a man who had befriended her and became her confidant—was exerting increasing control over her life. Jane had become dependent on him to a very unhealthy degree. She had slowly lost control of her life and was being manipulated by this person. Jane could feel that something was wrong but could not extricate herself from the morass. Finally,
it came to light that the builder was grossly overcharging her and she broke off the relationship. She then had a very disturbing and graphic daydream in which she imagined him as the devil. Since that time Jane had not felt right: her sleep was off, she was lethargic, everything was a great effort, there was no joy in her life, and, as she said, “It was a dark cloud over me.”
The combination of how I perceived Jane and how I perceived her story led me to treat her for possession using the Internal Devils treatment. After the first visit, there was a dramatic change. She almost immediately felt a sense of relief and of being back in control. This did not mean that her energy returned immediately or that all of her issues evaporated, but the treatment seemed to allow her to begin
the healing process and to make some sense of what had happened as well as why she felt so poorly.
At this writing, I have seen Jane 5 addition times. She is doing well, her joy is back, she is energetic again, and she is present and engaging in conversation.

Case 3

A 40-year-old man with a long-standing history of depression told the story of how his older brother had been very depressed and committed suicide as a teenager. Jeffrey was 18 years old at the time and it became the defining moment in his life. He became depressed himself and was obsessed with the idea that he should have been able to prevent his brother‘s suicide. Of course, this sentiment was
irrational, but it exerted an overwhelming force over the patient. I treated him for Internal Devils, which had a very positive effect. Although the treatment did not magically eliminate Jeffrey‘s depression, it allowed him to focus on his own life and problems and to begin moving forward with his treatment, which involved antidepressants and acupuncture.

These clinical examples illustrate the hallmark of possession—that something or someone is
controlling another person‘s life. Clearing away this kind of possession is a necessary starting point in
Five Element acupuncture. My hope is that these case reports will expand the scope of how we view our
patients and acupuncture in general, giving practitioners another treatment protocol in their clinical
armamentarium. One cannot work effectively with the Elemental causative factor and bring balance and
harmony to a person‘s body, mind, and spirit when that person is being controlled by foreign influence.
Once cleared, the person can begin to move forward, allowing various treatments that may not have been
successful previously to work the way they were originally intended.

[Alternative Therapies, September 1999, VOL. 5, NO. 5]