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How to find out if you are affected by Magic/Sihr or Jinn possession?

How do I check if I am affected by Magic/Sihr?

WarningIt is very important that whatever problems you are experiencing you must explore all medical avenues first before concluding that it is Magic/Sihr.

The easiest way to find out if you are affected by magic/sihr is to notice your reactions to the following ayats of the Qur’an.

  • Surah Al-Baqarah, Ayat 102
  • Surah Al-Baqarah, Ayat 255
  • Surah Al-A’raf, Ayaat 117-119
  • Surah Yunus, Ayaat 81-82
  • Surah Taha, Ayaat 65-69
  • Surah Al-Ikhlas, Ayaat 1-4
  • Surah Al-Falaq, Ayaat 1-5
  • Surah An-Nas, Ayaat 1-6 

A normal person who is not affected by magic/sihr will not show any reaction to the Qur’an.

If you react to the verses above then you might want to perform a self-ruqya.

Download the Free android app to check if you are affected by magic/sihr or jinn possession.

Please listen to the Quranic verses in the app and note any reactions that you have.

If you feel :-

  • Being tight-chested.
  • Quick movements of eyelids.
  • Bowel movements, with sounds or gasses in the tummy, and colic.
  • Too much dosing of sleep.
  • Laughing or crying for no obvious reason.
  • Feeling dizzy, getting nausea, and vomiting things with strange shapes and colors.
  • Severe headaches.
  • Feeling heaviness or numbness in the limbs, or feeling extreme heat or cold in them.
  • Involuntary movement and shaking of some limbs.
  • Too much mucus in the mouth.
  • Too much sweating, particularly in the back.
  • Tears and runny noses, without good reasons, e.g. common cold.
  • Eczema, spots or redness in the skin.
  • Feeling much fatigue during the recitation and having no interest in completing it.
  • Bad smell from the stomach to the mouth.
  • Sudden heart palpitations which increase steadily.

How do I check if I am affected by Jinn Possession?

The easiest way to find out if you are possessed by a Jinn is to notice your reactions to the following ayats of the Qur’an.

  • Surah Al-Baqarah, Ayat 102
  • Surah Al-Baqarah, Ayat 255
  • Surah Al-A’raf, Ayaat 112-122
  • Surah Yunus, Ayaat 82-85
  • Surah Taha, Ayaat 69-72

A normal person who is not possessed by a Jinn will not show any reaction to the Qur’an.

If you react to the verses above then you might want to perform a self-ruqya.

Please listen to the Quranic verses in the app and note any reactions that you have.

If you feel :-

  • A burning sensation.
  • Dull aching pain, pulsating.
  • Anger or hatred towards the Quran.
  • An urge to turn the audio recitation off.
  • Laughing or crying for no obvious reason.
  • Severe headaches.
  • Feeling heaviness or numbness in the limbs or feeling extreme heat or cold in them.
  • Feeling that something is moving stealthily out of the body.
  • Various pains that move around body parts.
  • Involuntary movement and shaking of some limbs.
  • Obvious aberration of eyesight.
  • Speaking without being conscious of one’s own words.
  • Tears and runny noses, without good reasons, e.g. common cold.
  • Too much yawning, or sighing.
  • Feeling much fatigue during the recitation and having no interest in completing it.
  • A quivering feeling spreading all over the body.
  • Closing fixating the eyes.

Common Symptoms of Sihr, Possession and the Evil Eye

Those suffering from the effects of sihr (witchcraft), possession or the evil eye show such common symptoms that they become too difficult to distinguish. A patient does not necessarily show all related symptoms. Even some of the symptoms may not be related to sihr. Possession of the evil eye at all, but to a physical or a psychological illness.

The following are two sets of related symptoms, before and during ruqya.

[A]. Pre-Ruqya Symptoms

  1. Sudden change of emotion towards something from love to hatred, or vice versa.
  2. Showing a variety of symptoms, but without clear physical causes.
  3. Feeling tight-chested, particularly after asr (afternoon) and maghrib (sunset) prayers.
  4. Hatred of job, apathy towards society and study, and love of being alone.
  5. Imagining having done things.
  6. Having a pale face, and bluish of blackish marks on the body without clear causes.
  7. Repeated headaches or sudden fevers.
  8. Too much fighting and dissonance between husband and wife, or among family members over trivialities.
  9. Imagining having visions while awake.
  10. Feeling lazy, inactive and fatigues and having a weak appetite for food.
  11. Repeated feeling of imbalance during walk.
  12. Repeated hearing of noise in one or two ears.
  13. Having pain or bleeding in the womb, particularly during menstruation, or having unusually repeated periods.
  14. Becoming very angry for the slightest reasons.
  15. Persistent desire to sleep, and suffering from heavy sleep, which makes it difficult to wake up.
  16. Hearing voices calling one’s name, without seeing any callers.
  17. Having continuous pain moving in one’s lower back, waist or between shoulders.
  18. Having skin allergy, accompanied by a feeling to scratch skin, and the appearance of swellings of acne on the body.
  19. Repeated diarrhea, too much wind, heartburn or chronic constipation.
  20. Weak eyesight and obvious aberration of eyesight.
  21. Too much worry, depression, sadness, gloominess, restlessness, scare and strong fear.
  22. Being overcome by whisperings.
  23. Being continuously absent-minded, and being much forgetful.
  24. Apathy towards remembrance of Allah and towards good deeds.
  25. Having perspiration with an unusual smell, or a strange or bad odor, smelt by the patient, but not necessarily by others. There may be too much perspiration, or urination.
  26. Being unable to have erection, hence intercourse, on the husband’s part, while having no desire for intercourse on the wife’s part.
  27. Having nightmares, e.g. of harmful animals (black serpents, dogs, cats, camels, etc.), graves, dumping grounds, falling suddenly from places too high, and drowning.
  28. Repeated incidents of talking during sleep; grinding of one’s teeth, with a clearly heard sound or pain.
  29. Repeated incidents of feeling a heavy chest during sleep.
  30. Repeated incidents of sleep-walking, insomnia, or sudden fearful awakening from sleep.

[B] Symptoms Showing during Ruqya

The following are some of the symptoms that may show during ruqya:

  1. Having epileptic fits.
  2. Being tight-chested.
  3. Quick movements of eyelids.
  4. Loud screams.
  5. Bowel movements, with sounds or gasses in the tummy, and colic.
  6. Change in patient’s voice, and the production of strange sounds.
  7. Swelling in one of the two neck veins.
  8. Too much dosing or sleep.
  9. Laughing or crying for no obvious reason.
  10. Feeling dizzy, getting nausea, and vomiting things with strange shapes and colors.
  11. Severe headaches.
  12. Feeling heaviness or numbness in the limbs, or feeling extreme heat or cold in them.
  13. Feeling that something is moving stealthily out of the body.
  14. Varies pains that move around body parts.
  15. Involuntary movement and shaking of some limbs.
  16. Too much mucus in the mouth.
  17. Obvious aberration of eyesight.
  18. Speaking without being conscious of one’s own words.
  19. Too much sweating, particularly in the back.
  20. Tears and runny noses, without good reasons, e.g. common cold.
  21. Too much yawning, or sighing.
  22. Eczema, spots or redness in the skin.
  23. Feeling much fatigue during the ruqya, and having no interest in completing it.
  24. A quivering feeling spreading all over the body.
  25. Losing consciousness, and loud breathing (snoring).
  26. Blackness in the face, but once the patient vomits, his face brightens.
  27. Bad smell from the stomach to the mouth.
  28. Sudden heart palpitations which increase steadily.
  29. Closing fixating the eyes.
  30. Feeling bitterness in the mouth when drinking water treated with Qur’anic Ayahs.

From the book “Self-Ruqya Treatment – Do it Yourself, Treat Your Family” by Dr. Khaled Al-Jeraisy.

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