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Djinns.Their Powers and Nature

Posted by Alex Khan on April 18, 2010 at 12:39 AM

The power and abilities of the Genies/Djinn is Limitless! Each incredible spirit has something very special that they offer

their master. Each holds a special ability that makes them so rare! All the Djinn are very powerful magical beings, all have

 a soul & a free will, and they can be good or diabolical.

They can change appearance, animal / human (they can have horns, tail & fur) Djinn live a very long time & increase in power

 as they age, they can control weather, elements have a natural ability to magic & far more powerful than a simple mortal!

They are very careful about allowing humans to know their true nature, because we the mortals bind them to servitude.

The Djinn have powers that humans do not. If they oppress or harm others with them, then they will be held accountable,

Ifrits do not care about accountability. Some of their powers have been mentioned in the Quran, like the ability to travel extremely

quickly. Some of their powers are MAGICK; people who claim they can perform MAGICK are actually relying on the aid of Djinn.

 The Prophet Solomon had the power to control Djinn and possessed an army of Djinn who worked for him in building and

treasure hunting. One of the Djinn guaranteed to him that he would travel to Yemen and bring Queen Bilqis’ throne back to

Jerusalem before Solomon could rise from where he was sitting. Another one of them pulled it off in the blink of an eye.

As The new owner, you might experience unexplainable activities, shadows on wall, random floating orbs, you will experience

passages of freezing air, you will hear indistinct words and pieces of sentences, and sometimes you will have the feeling that

somebody is watching you... And that is just the beginning!!!!!

This Djinn manifests mainly visually as a hazy shadow or dark mist and sometimes as a pleasantly scented thin smoke.

He is known to take animal forms, usually in the form of a black cat or a colorful bird depending on their mood.

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