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3rd Method to bring about a Demon: As-Sufliyya

Extreme Acts of Disbelief and Paganism

These methods are only to help you distinguish between a Witch and a true Healer.
It is NOT to be practiced what so ever.

This is a well-known method among the sorcerers who adopt it. Its practitioner has a large group of demons working for him; obeying his commands because, compared to other sorcerers and witches, his disbelief and paganism are most extreme. May Allah’s curse be upon them.

The witch wears the Quran on his feet like a pair of shoes and goes into toilet to recite his incantations. He then leaves the toilet and goes into a dark room to order the jinn to do whatever he dictates. In response, the Jinn rush to execute his orders to his strong disbelief in Allah and his becoming satanic.

In order to be classed as a Sufli, a witch is required to have committed serious sins, other than what is mentioned above, such as incest, homosexuality, committing illegal sexual intercourse with a stranger, or ridiculing religion, all in order to please Satan.

Key

  • We often see extremist insulting the word of Allah. They do things a lot worse to the Quran, which is nothing more than pleasing Satan and his workers, in return for their favors.
Courtesy of Wahid Ibn Abdessalam Bali & Shafiq Abdulghani. JazakAllahu Khairan.

9 Responses to “3rd Method to bring about a Demon: As-Sufliyya”

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  2. Jade says:

    This is so stupid! Do uhave any idea wat u are talking about or what Wicca/ witch is?for one Wicca and satianism are two different beliefs entirely that would be the same as comparing Hinduism and Islam! Wiccans do nor even believe the devil exists, so please explain how they would be working for something that they don’t believe in? Just because someone is a Wiccan and dosnt believe in what Islam believes in or Hinduism dosnt make them against Allah. Wiccan is about harm none and that wat energy you put out will come back to u times 3 so like the concept of karama. It is about free will and doing to others what u would want done to you. Wiccans call on nature and the elements that make up this world , not evil entities. Do your research before posting stupid, untrue stuff on the Internet. U obviously have no idea, god/ Allah created us in his own image so you can by no means call anybody, muslium, Christian, gay, straight, wrong as we where all made bu a perfect entiitie , so unless u are willing to say god makes mistakes, u can call nothing on this earth wrong.

    • jane says:

      Jade, there is no mention of Wicca on this page at all is there? You need to step outside the box for a moment before you start your claims…

      One, you don’t understand the concept of God in Islam to begin with. Muslims do not believe in humans being created in the Creator’s image. I don’t even have time to get into it but I’d suggest reading a basic intro to Islam book, maybe even one of the Complete Idiot’s guide for it’s basic coverage and simplicity.

      Two, magic, is magic. Read up on basic Islamic beliefs and then look at how Islam sees it and THEN make your own judgments. We don’t believe that “white magic” is okay but “black magic” is not. It all falls under magic and thus polytheism. (You can read why that is the case elsewhere on this site.) It doesn’t matter the person’s intentions when it comes to performing this magic.

      Third, what Wiccans may refer to as “nature and elements of the world” would be seen as jinn through the eyes of a Muslim. You can sugar coat things anyway you want, use different vocabulary etc. it doesn’t change the facts (which Muslims and Wiccans disagree on).

      Fourth, the witch rituals that you may be familiar with may not be listed on this page or may have evolved from an earlier form. If you lived in a Muslim country you would know that the things listed on this site Do take place, or at least you would be able to find ppl that practice this stuff on your own and see it with your own two eyes.

      Five, I suggest listening to the lecture “Jinn & Magic” by Abu Hamza, I believe it’s available somewhere online.

      Good day.

      • meme says:

        jane: Jade, there is no mention of Wicca on this page at all is there? You need to step outside the box for a moment before you start your claims…One, you don’t understand the concept of God in Islam to begin with. Muslims do not believe in humans being created in the Creator’s image. I don’t even have time to get into it but I’d suggest reading a basic intro to Islam book, maybe even one of the Complete Idiot’s guide for it’s basic coverage and simplicity.Two, magic, is magic. Read up on basic Islamic beliefs and then look at how Islam sees it and THEN make your own judgments. We don’t believe that “white magic” is okay but “black magic” is not. It all falls under magic and thus polytheism. (You can read why that is the case elsewhere on this site.) It doesn’t matter the person’s intentions when it comes to performing this magic.Third, what Wiccans may refer to as “nature and elements of the world” would be seen as jinn through the eyes of a Muslim. You can sugar coat things anyway you want, use different vocabulary etc. it doesn’t change the facts (which Muslims and Wiccans disagree on). Fourth, the witch rituals that you may be familiar with may not be listed on this page or may have evolved from an earlier form. If you lived in a Muslim country you would know that the things listed on this site Do take place, or at least you would be able to find ppl that practice this stuff on your own and see it with your own two eyes. Five, I suggest listening to the lecture “Jinn & Magic” by Abu Hamza, I believe it’s available somewhere online.Good day.

        what if you are doing the magic with good intent? like saving a young life or ending a sickness? my grandmother would be furious if she read this. and how would practicing magic be polytheistic? calling on spirits doesnt meen saying that there are more than one god, its just asking for a good deed from a good spirit and calling out to it. sometimes to even please god by helping the spirit find peace in return. she likes the idea of equivilent exchange. and if both requierments are in good intent and would appeal to god, how would that be evil? im confused.

        • Maulana says:

          meme: what if you are doing the magic with good intent? like saving a young life or ending a sickness? my grandmother would be furious if she read this. and how would practicing magic be polytheistic? calling on spirits doesnt meen saying that there are more than one god, its just asking for a good deed from a good spirit and calling out to it. sometimes to even please god by helping the spirit find peace in return. she likes the idea of equivilent exchange. and if both requierments are in good intent and would appeal to god, how would that be evil? im confused.

          first of all… magic is magic… you can say for good intent, or bad intent… as long you ask help other than Allah with disbelief Him… it’s call polytheistic…

          you ask good deed to spirit(who for islam call djinn)?? and you say its good spirit?? how you know its good or bad??

          in islam, how to know its good djinn or bad, as long as they don’t interact to human it’s good category, and if they doing interact that’s mean bad category…

          why?? whatever intent human to meet djinn, they always ending to disbelief to allah…

          example: you want to meet good spirit, and ask for good deed, you will use some sacrifice for them… like incese, bird or something… as long its for other than Allah, you will be polytheistic…

          then you stop using sacrifice, you just using incantation… praising for good spirit for get good deed… you still be polytheistic, why?? All praise, All pray just for Allah… other than that, polytheistic…

          then if djinn or spirit is bad, they will respond to your sacrifice or praise, then little by litte you will drive out from belief to Allah…

          if the djinn is good, they will stay calm and don’t want to get involved, so you will not get drive out from belief to Allah…

  3. ayyaz says:

    i am working but having too many enemies to deal with them i want to have ajinn as servant, please help me by providing the spells or formula which is safe

  4. farru says:

    why these Sahir don’t pray the demons for immortality?

    • Darvish says:

      farru:
      why these Sahir don’t pray the demons for immortality?

      mhhh…

      Excuse,but please read the heading,it’s “DEMON” not GOD,life belongs to god not demon,lol common sense ofcourse

  5. Ninja says:

    Unfortunately this is how Islam views other religions be it Paganism, Wicca or Christianity. Anyone that doesn’t share their views are an insult to their religion.

    I can not think of anyone that would wear the word of God on their feet in order to summon a Demon. The biggest disbelief offers the strongest entity assistance. Someone has been smoking something really good if they believe any of this article.

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