DJINN ANGELS AND DEMONS

Summoning and Invocation

 

 

 Powerful Spells to summon and Control Djinn. All Wishes Granted.Teleportation,Invisibility,Power  and Fame. Each and every thing is possible. Djinn are magical beings. Whereas most mortals were formed by the Creator from earth mixed with other elements, Djinn were formed from smoke and fire.In the distant past, the different tribes of Djinn's had lot of interaction with mortals. In some terminologies Demons also referenced towards Djinn's.Unlike Djinn, Angels are not. Creature of free will and strictly obeys the commands of God.Djinn are also called Genies.Jinn; Jinnat.                  

Djinn's were known to take them as Slaves, teachers, students, lovers, worshipers, and food. Those who still exist are very dangerous and best avoided. It is a very lucky mortal who walks Away with only a curse. There are  six major tribes of Djinn.Jinn are the most common, and often interact with mortals. Jann often make their homes in oases in the desert. Marid are few in number, but very powerful. They tend to live near the coast. Ifrit are more common, and tend to be violently opposed to mortals.

Their allies’ the Shaitan live in the mountains and underground. The Ghul are the most base and depraved of the them, and prey on both the living and the dead. Jinn can take the form of animals or people, and often do so when dealing with mortals. They are all capable of creating illusions or altering reality. Padishah Ishaq Bin Asad is the only mortal known to have been able to control Djinn. Many of them still fear his name. Ankhs (cross-loops) are associated with Djinn.

They are often used as good luck tokens. During the rule of Padishah Ishaq bin Asad, the great Jinn shaikh Al Yazid had a vision of a giant scythe splitting a great Djinni in half.In Order to survive, Al Yazid told the Djinn tribes that they must all choose to side with mortals, or against them. The elders of both the Jinn and the Jann chose to aid the side of mortals.

However, the Shaitan and the Ghul were both corrupted by demonic powers lurking within the Ifrit. All three fight against mortal Interests. The elders of the Marid tribe, being both proud and powerful, allowed each individual to make his or her own choice. Even those  allegedly on The side of mortals often see nothing wrong with harming individuals. Further, all the tribes have renegades. It is best to treat them all with extreme caution.

 

 Some Djinns are vulnerable to certain kinds of metal, especially iron or copper. It is not known if these can be fatal to them. On very rare occasion, a Djinn Might be bound to some object and forced to serve a master. Jinn are the most populous of the  tribes that have sided with mortals. They have also been the most active in interacting with them.They enjoy intellectual debate with mortals, and sometimes take on human form for such purposes. They are the least magical and some have become nearly human. It is said that many Jinn travel on carpets that fly, and live in places where the wind never stops.

Some can change their appearance to a smoke or mist, a huge eagle, or a strong manor woman. They are vulnerable to copper. Ifrit are among the most Powerful of the tribes, and they are extremely violent towards mortals. They make their homes in abandoned or desolate places, and will attack any who disturb them without hesitation. Iblis was a great leader of the Ifrit who was corrupted by a demon.

Today they are still the tribe that interacts most with infernal powers.Ifrit can appear as a dog, a great tornado of dust, a magical camel made of sand, or a giant scorpion or serpent spitting fire. Only the most experienced of mortals has any chance of surviving an encounter with an Ifriti. They are vulnerable to iron.

Jann are allies of the jinn, though they are more conservative and have fewer interactions with mortals than the jinn. They are more individualistic, but as a whole have aided mortals more than not. They were among the first djinn with which mortals came into contact, for many of those live in oases. Caravans could prosper or become lost and die at their whim. They can take the form of a white camel or a whirlwind

of sand.Their greatest enemies are the ghul. They are vulnerable to copper. Like the ifrit, ghul are wholly corrupted by the infernal powers. Though they are very intelligent, they are entirely driven by a crazed lust to feed. They stalk the wastes between cities, preying on both living people and dead bodies.

Many seek out grave sites to devour the newly fallen. However they are very superstitious, and may be tricked because of this. Ghul often appear as pilgrims in Order to join caravans, But will openly attack individuals or small groups. They may also appear as whirlwinds or as vultures. Almost all ghul are female. They are Vulnerable to iron. The marid tribe is the smallest among them, but it is also the oldest and its members the strongest.

They usually live near the coast, and are masters at controlling the weather. Sailors do well not to anger these spirits. Some are partial to mortals, while others react violently to them. However they are not on friendly terms with the ifrit.Many centuries ago the marid saved the jinn from being destroyed by the ifrit and the shaitan,And the ifrit have born a grudge since then. Marid can take the form of a waterspout traveling across the water,or of a porpoise, horse, or old man as they are Vulnerable to both copper and iron.

Shaitan are the second oldest tribe and allied with the ifrit and ghul they are master deceivers who delight in manipulating mortals And other to their own ends. However they are also very proud, and this can be used against them. Many had human worshippers in ages past. Shaitan makes their Homes in the mountains and deep underground. They can take the form of a cloud of smoke, a jackal, or a black camel.

They can also appear as beautiful women, though always with some part of an animal somewhere on their bodies. They often use disease as a weapon. They are vulnerable to iron.They are fascinated by Ankhs as they actively attract their attention.

Very little is known about the life cycle of the djinn. It is presumed that they are born from other djinn, but there has never been any record of children among them. However they have been known to take mortal lovers in the usual way, with the usual consequences.

Such children are mortal, though they are almost always powerful magicians or otherwise magically enhanced. Their blood can run in a family for centuries, and Sometimes lies latent until it shows itself in a child generations later.Many magical creatures in the desert are the result of djinns’ couplings with lions, scorpions, and other creatures. They live in a very different state from mortals. Whereas a mortal may consider things that have not and will never be, for a djinn to think something Means to do it. 

If something has not happened, they do not know about it. If they consider something, it happens. Where a djinns goes, reality is bent. Thus, for them to interact with a mortal can be extraordinarily dangerous.

The best tactic to take is to cut the encounter s short as is possible. Do not negotiate. Asking them to consider a situation is asking for suicide—if you’re lucky. However it_may_be possible_for_strong-willed individuals to resist a djinn’s inherent Influence on reality. It is possible for an exceptional individual to bind djinn to an object or focus. However, this is both extremely difficult and very dangerous.

First, the binder must know the Jinn’s true name, and possess a piece of his or her person. Both these are very difficult to obtain. Magicians who have tried this have often ended in deadly riddle contests with djinn, wherein the object is to guess the other’s name. Only padishah ishaq bin asad is known to have succeeded.

The Object to which the jinni is to be bound must be made of the metal to which the jinni is vulnerable, in its purest form. The binding itself is accomplished with a very Complex magical ceremony. The potential for error is huge, and the cost of making a mistake tragic. Once they are bound, it may either be active or dormant. 

 Active djinns may be forced to perform acts for the master of the object however there is always some request which the he is prevented from doing and asking this Of it will result in his freedom and in addition destroying the focus results in the jinn’s freedom still in both cases he Will probably be very angry at its former master. A dormant djinn simply adds to the enchantment of the object in some substantial way.

This can be much safer than having active djinns,but destruction of the object Can still result in disaster.When he dies, its soul infuses the area of its death. If this can be somehow harvested, it can be used to create magic of great curative Properties. It is said that such magic can raise the dead, greatly extend life,and bestow  great powers.They are creature of free will their powers are beyond human imagination and they can tell about past & present but can mistake in predicting about future.

 During the rule of padishah ishaq bin asad, the great jinn shaikh al yazid had a vision of a giant scythe splitting a great djinni in half. In order to survive, al yazid told The tribes that they must all choose to side with mortals, or against them.The elders of both the jinn and the jann chose to aid the side of mortals.however, the shaitan And the ghul were both corrupted by demonic powers lurking within the ifrit.

All three fights against mortal interests. The elders of the marid tribe, being both proud and powerful, allowed each individual to make his or her own choice. Even those they allegedly on the side of mortals often see nothing wrong with harming individuals. Further, all the tribes have renegades.

Some Jinns are vulnerable to certain kinds of metal, especially iron or copper.It is not known if These can be fatal to them.be fatal to them. They can take the form of Animals or people, and often do so when dealing with mortals. The power of the Jjinns are white magic, black magic, chaos, alterations, time, teleportation, elemental,Illusion and to transmute. It is not known if they live forever, but they have been known to survive for millennia, at the very least.

Killing them is even more in doubt. While some have vulnerabilities to some kinds of metal, these have not ever been said to strike a killing blow against them. There are only cryptic references to the slaying of jinn, and these are always from seemingly harmless actions.

These include throwing such things as a verbal Curse, or throwing a small stone or plum pit near them. The jinn invocation presented here are extremely powerful. One must use rituals with caution and positive Attitude. These invocation rituals have been used for centuries to summon jinn by conjurors and occult practitioners.

Some occult practitioners used black magic to summon Jinn, others use white magic. Either black magic or white magic rituals are not safe for every one. Black magic Rituals must be avoided as they can bring very devastating consequences for caster. Do not summon Jinn for evil or harmful purpose as this may lead to negative consequences for some one. They can be bound to any object like ring, pendant, and stone etc. Djinn ring is very popular & well used term for such objects.

 These invocation rituals are safe as long as you follow the instructions and must have good intention. A paranormal activity can occur as a result of the rituals. If you are afraid of paranormal occurrences then do not perform these rituals. Also no one under 20 years should perform the rituals.

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