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Question, A person with knowledge of the Unseen

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Assalamu’alaikum ,
My family has been in contact with this person ,who seems to have knowledge about people he has never met such as their personalities and friends.He never depicts the future but tells of choices that would lead to good or bad outcomes(long term;barely descriptive) and he also suggests gemstones for illnesses and the like i.e ruby.
He always advices us to pray more and read the verses of the quran ,notably the last 4 Surahs and Ayat-ul-Kursi.I think it is fair to say that he has acquired some knowlege of the ‘unseen’,right? .

Is there anything I should be worried about? please elaborate your reasons .BTW he never asks for anything in return and also he has never mentioned anything about jinns.

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Wa’alikum as Salam,
Brother, you have mentioned very little about this person’s character. For the short description of this character, I can only think that, When the Companions of the Prophet (saw) never had such gifts for their strong faith, then the ability to find out personalities and relationship of people in today’s world seem unlikely. There are good people who are blessed with Karishma (type of Miracle), but I don’t see any blessed Scholar who had the ability to know people’s relationship with others. I would like to relate a personal experience here.

I have an online friend whom I met on the internet. He lives in another corner of the country. Basically he has never met me in person but has only seen a few photos. When I first mentioned this site to him, he doubted the existence of Jinn. So next morning he talked to one of his friend in his office, and his friend told him that it is true, jinn do exist. His friend took him to this PEER (a person who claims to have God-gifted knowledge/abilities). These two friends waited for 2 hours for their turn to talk to this man. Once inside, they asked the man if Jinn exist and the PEER said ‘Yes’. Then the PEER asked why they wanted to know about them, and this friend of mine mentions that he has a friend (me) on the internet who has knowledge about jinn and that he was wondering if it is true.

The peer replied, “Can you tell me the name of this friend who has knowledge about jinn? I would want him to be my Mureed (disciple) if so.” My friend did not tell him my name, nor did he say anything about my address. Eventually after too many tries, the PEER asked for just a PART of my name. So my friend agreed on telling him my last name ‘Muhammad’; and that was suffice.

After a pause, the PEER (with his eyes closed) said, “It is a tall man, white complexion, dark moustache, he is in his early 20s, lives in the northern region of Pakistan,” etc, which were precisely correct. He further added a few predictions which suggested a great future ahead of me, but they are haraam to believe in so I avoid mentioning them. After this PEER finished talking, he felt sudden excitement as if he came out of a state of unconsciousness, and begged my friends to get them my photo. He said that he doesn’t need to take money from them but only my photo, and that he will be grateful. I’m glad my friends left him immediately, since they were already shocked at how the PEER got to describe me.

However Brother, matter of fact is that, this friend of mine visited this PEER in the month of Ramadan. Amazingly, this PEER (so called God Gifted) was having rice in lunch with a liter bottle of coke. He also claims that he can talk to people in person anywhere in the world, only if one could bring him a Photo of that person. This implies that he sends Jinn to appear in his form and the jinn then talk to those people. Obviously he cannot have angels working for him. This PEER also helps people in finding lost items. Also, he denies the fact that jinn are involved in his practice, when it is already so obvious.

Coming to the point of Gemstones; if there is cure in something for an illness, whether it be dead or living, and as long as it does not involve polytheism or anything against the Muslim Aqidah, it is permissible to use. But using Gemstones for protection and for good fortune is just the same as Amulets; which are Haraam in Islam. We ought to put our faith in Allah instead of Stars and seek refuge in HIM instead of Dead stones.

If you want reference for this last paragraph I can explain further from the Hadith and the Quran. I have other articles written on relevant issues, if you wish to read them. Article like Facts about Amulets and Knowledge of the Unseen. All present here: Contents Page. For further explanation, please do not hesitate to ask. Also, if you can find out more about this person you want to know about. We cannot judge anyone like this, he might have a Gift from Allah. Only Allah knows best.

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Assalamu’alaikum ,
Thank you for your fast reply.The details I can give you are what I have learned so far .First and foremost I would like you to know that I am man who strives with his mind and body to earn all that is to earn in this life and the hereafter.I don’t believe in the concept of free lunches or luck, infact at times they scare me ,because I’m never sure I’ll like the price I have to pay…and you always have to pay one way or the other.

Frankly ,there are plenty of doctors who treat for free ,but they are often backed by Pharmaceutical companies that are trying a new product.So is the catch 22 worth the risk,not if I have to spend an eternity in hell fire.
First of all we didn’t confront him ,he asked to provide his services freely,a relative brought him to our house .So far he has yet to mention about his skill of locating things .After our first encunter he gave us his number and said that he would never contact us ,but we may contact him if we need to.He has prescribed certain herbs for illnesses and even asked to visit a doctor in another.He dresses in a simple western attire ,librarian would be a good word to describe him.No matter what he suggest he’ll always start by mentioning Allah can help us better and that our Dua has greater effect.
My mother had asked about my friends he described their nature roughly in a few words.As for the ‘future’ he said that i’d do very well if I’d study a bit harder and said to an aunt of mine that her husband would lose track of his pupose (business) abroad.
I have yet to ask anything and I don’t
have any intention of doing so in the future but my relatives can’t help it and my mother feels that his ‘opinion’ is important in matters of risk.Please try to understand my dilemma ,your advice would be highly appreciated.

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Brother, if he is fake, then people like him are often described in the history books.

A person who claimed that he can find the number of grain/rice someone is holding in his hand just by looking at them. He claimed to be a messenger of Allah, Nauzubillah. People called the Caliph of that time and the Caliph brought a hand full of rice to this so called messenger. The Caliph asked the man if he knows how many they are, and if he knew he would agree that he has a gift from Allah. The magician scratched his head but remained silent. People asked the Khalifa HOW the person could not reply him. The Caliph replied, “It is because, when I did not count the number of rice I was holding, so the demon assigned to me (Qareen) did not know about it either. If my Qareen had counted with me, he would then tell the magician about it and that is how he surprises the people.”

I hope you know about Qareen, the companion jinn assigned to everyone from mother’s womb till death. Magicians or those who have Jinn with them, contact the Qareen of people through their jinn to extract information. That is how they find out about lost items, a Human brain might forget but the Qareen remembers.

Brother, My advice is that. Masha’Allah I can see that you have a strong faith, May Allah bless you and help you through this dilemma. If you believe that this man is Fake, you can prove him fake in front of your family. Ayat-ul-kursi is the weapon to counter Magic/ & to repent Demons. If you recite Ayat-ul-kursi near a Magician his magic Fails to perform. It is Widely known and I can post a dozen witnesses of this. You can call him at your place and ask him questions and clarify your doubts and others’ doubts. Once he is proven wrong, you can then suggest your family to put their trust in Allah for whatever is to come would have a blessing, Insha’Allah.

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Thank you once again brother.I had thought about a confrontation as well but wasn’t sure how to go ahead with it ,now I have the means.At this point I can only hope that Allah will guide me ,because in the end I would be the one making the decision.As for the recital ;does it have to be out loud? .I will let you know of the outcome as soon as I’m done Insha’Allah.

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Insha’Allah brother.
About the recitation, it does not have to be loud. First, recite Ayat-ul-kursi and the last three Surahs and blow them on your palm and rub those hands over your head and body three times. You may blow the above into the room where you want to confront him. To ward off any existing evil. After the person arrives, you don’t have to recite it loud, if you can sit close to this man, like in an adjacent chair, and have a 3rd person asking questions from this man, that would be the right time to whisper ayat-ul-kursi. It is nothing to be ashamed of, you are only doing Zikr, and if he is a good person, he would never offend it.
Please let me know the outcome. I will pray for guidance.

2 Responses to “Question, A person with knowledge of the Unseen”

  1. Imad says:

    Assalamu’alaikum,

    Brother is it safe to assume that if a non-Believer or assumed Believer who claims to have knowledge of future events and past events and how people think day to day has been in contact with a person’s Qareen or a Jinn that has been around these such person’s for a length of time and has gotten answers as we see many people looking for help from these such people and pay for their services for “spiritual help” and guidance?

    • Muhammad Ali says:

      Masha’Allah brother that is exactly right. The jinn can no longer steal the future details after Quran was revealed. Today, soothsayers predict things merely through Qareen of the clients, and also accompany their own Jinn to follow and keep watch on a permanent client. What happens is that, the soothsayer guesses a lot of things that are relevant to the client’s mind and all of it goes into that person’s subconscious. He then forgets the whole story of going to the soothsayers in a day or two, but then after some time if only ONE of those 100 guesses becomes true, the person then reminds of the soothsayer and believes that what he said has come true, and that is how people fall addicted into such business. These soothsayers are capable of bankrupting people and God forbid, I have seen many.

      Narrated AbuHurayrah: The Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) said: The price paid for a dog, the price given to a soothsayer, and the hire paid to a prostitute are not lawful. (Book #23, Hadith #3477) Sunan AbuDawud

      Narrated ‘Aisha: Some people asked the Prophet regarding the soothsayers. He said, “They are nothing.” They said, “O Allah’s Apostle! Some of their talks come true.” The Prophet said, “That word which happens to be true is what a Jinn snatches away by stealth (from the Heaven) and pours it in the ears of his friend (the foreteller) with a sound like the cackling of a hen. The soothsayers then mix with that word, one hundred lies.” (Book #93, Hadith #650) Sahih al-Bukhari

      “Whoever goes to a soothsayer and believes what he says, has disbelieved in the Message sent to Muhammad,” al-Sunan

      And also
      “Whoever goes to a fortune-teller and asks him about something, his prayer will not be accepted for forty days.” Narrated by Muslim.

      Wa huwa ala kulli shay’in qadeer

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