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#76 [Permalink] Posted on 20th February 2014 22:05
Tut tut!

No picnic?
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#77 [Permalink] Posted on 25th February 2014 10:14
some of them are elctricians, hahaha
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#78 [Permalink] Posted on 25th February 2014 10:23
Several times I saw places being affected by black magic they had invisible "animals" (jinns with shape of animal) like snakes or bats or peculiar-shaped reptiles, inside them.

Most people think that Jinni must have a creepy oddly forms like long tongue, huge red eyes, hairs surrounding the body, etc. But some Jinni actually shapes like humans and animals. I've seen a Jinni in a woman body with white dress and very long messy black hair covering her face, jinni in the shape of tigers and lions, jinni in the shape of crocodiles, very small-sized jinni that hangs around in places, including jinni in the shape of old man. Then there are some scary looking ones that's so creepy I'll dare not writing here lol.
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#79 [Permalink] Posted on 25th February 2014 10:32
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Please write more pleeeeeeeaaaaase! How do you recognize a Jinn? Were you possessed by it?
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#80 [Permalink] Posted on 25th February 2014 10:35
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Please share some of your unusual observations. I'm soooooo interested about it.
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#81 [Permalink] Posted on 25th February 2014 10:51
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I can't always see jinni 24/7 alhamdulillah --- lest I'll spend my life in paranoia lol. :D

Before I was able to see jinni I suffered from schizophrenia, that time I didn't know anything about ruqya I was still ignorant about Islam. I just realized now they were jinni disturbance. That was like 7 years ago. I just able to see jinni recently after I performed tahajjud regularly. Not directly, but as a vision passing in my mind's eye. Sometimes they passed quickly in peripheral vision as a white figure.

Angels are different from jinnis. Angels are generally really huge, shaping like a cloak, and very very subtle like they are silk from the other dimension. Jinnis are very heterogeneous, but I have yet to see jinni in the shape of plant. When kaafir jinnis are being burnt for example because you recite Qur'an verses, sometimes (but not always) a sulphur in the air was smelled.

Some nonmuslims claimed they saw angels, but their description IMO is more like jinni than angels.
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#82 [Permalink] Posted on 25th February 2014 13:18
We don't and cant see Angels at all. Anyone claiming to see them now is definitely confused/possessed and isn't speaking the truth.
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#83 [Permalink] Posted on 25th February 2014 14:16
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1. old house
2. jog at night
3. graveyard

Scary !!!!!
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#84 [Permalink] Posted on 25th February 2014 14:21
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Many years ago, too old to go out and cold gets into the bones now.
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#85 [Permalink] Posted on 25th February 2014 14:25

I spent two nights in a graveyard Mosque.. in jamaat.. lifetime experience..
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#86 [Permalink] Posted on 25th February 2014 15:33
Ok.. herez a short story..


This happened while in Mumbai once ,when i was may be 12 something..

we were staying at my relatives place.. and I was sleeping in the hall which was linked to a balcony separated by glass doors that remained bolted at night... the doors were covered by curtains..

So it was midnight.. & I wasn't getting any sleep.. just tossing and turning.. it may have been around 2 am.. im not sure though.. well I saw the maid servant coming from the bedroom towards my foot end and going towards the balcony..

I wondered what she wanted at this hour.. she was wearing a white night gown.. then walking towards door I anticipated she would unbolt the door loudly and disturb others..

But no.. while she drew near the doors .. the curtains raised by itself.. she entered in and the curtains just dropped down..! the lady simply disappeared.. I was shocked to death with fear.. wondered when would it dawn and sound of Azaans rise..

Each moment dragged along.. I could hear my heart pounding almost violently.. Then somehow it was dawn.. the uncle came out.. I told him what happened.. Said even he heard some noises in the other room.. but ignored it as rats..

Strange but true..
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#87 [Permalink] Posted on 25th February 2014 15:38
I don't like Jinns cos I fear them. They should just leave human beings alone.
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#88 [Permalink] Posted on 25th February 2014 16:22
We shouldnt get scared about jinns. There are good jinns too who pleases Allah.

Sometimes human create us more troubles.
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#89 [Permalink] Posted on 25th February 2014 16:41
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Tell your graveyard Masjid experience please.
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#90 [Permalink] Posted on 25th February 2014 17:08
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Summer 1993, i had given my 11th grade exams and planned to spend the vacations in Jamaat. That was my first 40 days.
we were a group of around 14 youngsters packed with an elderly man as Ameer.

The Jamaat was sent off to Meeraj, a city in Maharashrta,India. it was dusty place known for its vineyards and fruits.
we were given a route by the city Markaz .. and found ourselves walking straight into the graveyard.. right in the middle was a small Mosque and we were supposed to spend two nights there..

we all looked around at the many graves.. some of which seemed quite old.. we stepped in the Masjid.. kept our belongings and began the amaal..

After Isha we had the sone ke adaab.. ( The etiquettes of sleeping).. and the chit chatting began as usual.. but this time it took the course of ghost stories and the creepy side..

The scene was getting quite intense with each narration.. and fear was building up subconciously within each of us..
every little sound of an insect sent an eerie note..

well we retired to sleep in our sleeping bags.. and it was quite late in the night.. when i heard a howl of a dog outside..
startled.. i simply grabbed the hand of the guy sleeping next to me..!

The moment i grabbed his hand , this guy jumped in air.. as if electrocuted.. letting a loud scream.. ! something like Alllaaah..!
his face was pale as if almost dead.. :-)

The lights went on and we had a good laugh..



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