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Description: An introduction to the occult activities of the Jinn and how to get protection from them.
By missionislam.com (edited by IslamReligion.com)
Published on 24 Dec 2007 - Last modified on 08 Aug 2010
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Category: Articles > Beliefs of Islam > The Six Pillars of Faith and Other Islamic Beliefs

Occult Activities of the Jinn

Through their powers of flying and invisibility, the Jinn are the chief component in occult activities.  Voodoo, Black magic, Poltergeists, Witchcraft and Mediums can all be explained through the world of the Jinn.  Likewise, so can the illusions and feats of magicians.  Because the Jinn can traverse huge distances over a matter of seconds, their value to magicians is great.  In return for helping them in their magic, the Jinns often ask the magicians to worship them and Satan.  Thus the magicians take the Jinn and Satan as lords besides God.  In our day, some of the feats performed by magicians and entertainers are without doubt from the assistance of the Jinn.  Making the Statue of Liberty disappear, flying across the Grand Canyon and retrieving a ship from the Bermuda Triangle, have all been done by the Jewish magician David Copperfield.  There is NO way that a man could do such things without the assistance of the Jinn.  It would not be surprising therefore, if David Copperfield had sold his soul to Satan himself.

One of the most frequent activities associated with the Jinn, is fortune telling.  Before the advent of the Prophet Muhammad, fortune-tellers and soothsayers were wide spread.  These people would use their associates from the Jinn to find out about the future.  The Jinns would go to the lowest heaven and listen to the Angels conversing amongst themselves about events of the Future which they heard from God.  The Jinns would then inform the fortune-tellers.  This is why before the time of the Prophet many fortune-tellers were very accurate in their predictions.  However, upon the Prophet’s arrival the heavens were guarded intensely by the Angels, and any Jinn who tried to listen was attacked by meteors (shooting stars):

“And We have guarded it (the heavens) from every accursed devil, except one who is able to snatch a hearing and he is pursued by a brightly burning flame.” (Quran 15:17-18)

The Prophet also said: “They (the Jinn) would pass the information back down until it reaches the lips of a magician or forrtune-teller Sometimes a meteor would overtake them before they could pass it on.  If they passed it on before being struck, they would add to it a hundred lies” (Saheeh Al-Bukhari).  Thus, it is clear from this as to how fortune-tellers get predictions of the future sometimes right.  It is also evident as to why they get so many wrong.  Men like Nostradamus are an example, as some of his predictions of the future were correct whilst many were completely wrong.  Unfortunately, the amount of fortune telling which occurs amongst the Muslims is also increasing.  By visiting Muslim lands such as Morocco, one is able to see as to how much inter Jinn-fortune-teller activity there really is.  If you look up at the sky on a clear night in Morocco, you will see the heavens ablaze with shooting stars! A clear display of the devils being chased away from the heavens.

Fortune-tellers also operate through the Qareen.  The Qareen is the Jinn companion which is assigned to every human being.  It is this Jinn which whispers to our base desires and constantly tries to divert us from righteousness.  The Prophet said: “Every one of you has been assigned a companion from the Jinn.  The companions asked: Even you O’ Messenger of God?  And the Prophet replied: Even me, except that God has helped me against him and he has become a Muslim.  Now he only tells me to do good” (Saheeh Muslim).  Because the Qareen is with a person all his life, it knows all that has happened to the person from the cradle to the grave.  By making contact with the Qareen, the fortune-teller is thus able to make out that it is he who knows about the person.  He looks in his crystal ball or the palm of a person and proceeds to amaze him with knowledge which no one else knows.  The severity of going to a fortune-teller is such that the Prophet said: “The prayer of one who approaches a fortune-teller and asks him about anything, will not be accepted for forty days or nights” (Saheeh Muslim) and: “Whosoever approaches a fortune-teller and believes in what he says, has disbelieved in what was revealed to Muhammed.”

The effects of the Jinn are not just limited to fortune-tellers.  Other activities such as oujia boards and seances, which are used to contact the dead, are manipulated by the Jinn.  ‘Are you there Charlie?  Speak to us Charlie!!’  are the sort of words spoken by anxious relatives (names are obviously different!) seeking to make contact with their loved ones.  And it is when the Jinn starts to talk and communicate as ‘Charlie’, that the people are truly fooled.

One of the biggest manipulations of the Jinn is through visions.  Through these visions the Jinns are more likely to lead people away from the worship of God then any other way.  When a person sees a vision in front of his eyes it is something which is very hard to explain away.  Only by having knowledge of the world of the Jinn and conviction in God, can a person fight such a trial.  The countless numbers of visions of Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary over the centuries has been a popular choice for the devils.  It almost seems as if leading Christians astray is the most easiest trick for the Jinns!  Not only are Christians fooled by these visions, but often the Jinns possess and begin to talk from their voices.  To the Christians this is known as the tongues of the Angels and thus a proof for their faith.  However, the amount of unintelligible nonsense and rubbish which is heard is a clear proof that this is in fact the tongues of the devils!  For other people, visions of their parents or relatives are commonplace.  By taking on the form of peoples parents, the Jinns can convince people that the souls of dead people still mix with the people of the earth.  This is why so many people believe in ghosts.

The onslaught of satanic visions has also hit the Muslims.  Many Muslims claim to have seen visions of the Prophet Muhammed and even God!  By doing this, Satan is able to lead astray the weak Muslims.  Through such visions, Muslims are often told that the commands of Islam are not applicable to them.  The Jinns tell them that Prayer, Fasting, Hajj etc. are not obligatory for them.  It is a great deception and unfortunately one which has been very effective.  The extent of satanic visions still continues to this day.  The recent death of Diana Princess of Wales sparked off great love and adoration for this woman.  In fact the grief of the British people was such, that it was as if Diana was something divine.  No sooner had the mourning of Diana reached its peak, that visions of her were already being seen at Hampton Court Palace!  If these visions did occur, the desire of Satan and his army of Jinn to capitalise on this event, was evident.  Such visions are clear attempts by Satan to lead mankind away from the path of God.

Protection from the Jinn

Because the Jinn can see us while we cannot see them, the Prophet Muhammad taught us many ways to protect ourselves from their harm, such as seeking refuge in Allah (God) from the accursed Satan, reciting chapters 113 and 114 of the Holy Quran, and reciting the words taught by God in the Quran: “Say: ‘My Lord! I seek refuge with You from the whisperings (suggestions) of Satan (devils). And I seek refuge with You, my Lord, lest they may attend (or come near) me.’” (Quran 23:97-98)

Saying Bismillah (in the Name of Allah (God)) before entering one’s home, before eating or drinking, and before having intercourse will also keep Satan from entering the house or partaking with a person in his food, drink and sexual activity. Similarly, mentioning the name of Allah before entering the toilet or taking off one’s clothes will prevent the Jinn from seeing a person’s private parts or harming him, as the Prophet said.  Strength of faith and religion in general will also prevent the Jinn from harming a person.

Reciting Al-Kursi verse in Arabic (Quran 2:255) provides also a strong protection against the Jinn, as we learned from the story of Abu Hurairah (one of Muhammad’s companions) with a devil.[1]

Also the Prophet Muhammad said: “Do not make your houses like graves, for Satan runs away from a house in which al-Baqarah chapter [chapter 2] is recited.”(Narrated by Saheeh Muslim)

These Arabic verses and prophetic sayings were some examples of how a Muslim would get protection from the Jinn.  Islam teaches us how to deal with all of God’s creation - and not just the Jinn.  A true Muslim should not fear Satan or the Jinn, because Islam taught us about them and how to get protection from their harm.

The world of the Jinn is one which is both sinister and intriguing.  By knowing of this world we can explain many of the mysteries and issues which bother us.  By doing this we can avoid the extremes which the people have gone to; nothing being more extreme then worshipping others besides God.  By learning the monotheism of God, we defend ourselves from these hidden allies of Satan:

“Indeed he (Satan) and his tribe watch you from a position where you cannot see them.” (Quran 7:27)



Footnotes:

[1] Abu Hurairah (a companion of Muhammad) said: “The Prophet Muhammad put me in charge of guarding compulsory charity collected in the month of Ramadan.  Somebody came and began to take away some food-stuff from it.  I caught him and said, ‘I must take you to the Prophet of God.’  He replied, ‘I am a needy man with a large family, and so I have a pressing need.’  So I let him go.  When I saw the Prophet next morning, he asked me, ‘O Abu Hurairah! What did your captive do last night?’  I said, ‘O Prophet of God! He complained of a pressing need and a big family. I felt pity for him and I let him go.’  The prophet said, ‘He told you a lie and he will return.’  I was sure according to the saying of the Prophet that he would return.  I waited for him.  He sneaked up again and began to steal food-stuff from the charity.  I caught him and said, ‘I must take you to the Prophet.’  He replied, ‘Let go of me, I am a needy man.  I have to bear the expenses of a big family.  I will not come back.’  So I took pity on him and let him go.  I went at dawn to the Prophet who asked me, ‘O Abu Hurairah! What did your captive do last night?’  I replied, ‘O Prophet of God! He complained of a pressing need and the burden of a big family.  I took pity on him and so I let him go.’  The Prophet replied, ‘He told you a lie and he will return.’  (That man) came again to steal the food-stuff.  I arrested him and said, ‘I must take you to the Prophet of God, and this is the last of three times.  You promised that you would not come again but you did.’  He replied, ‘Let go of me, and I shall teach you some words with which God may benefit you.’  I asked, ‘what are those words?’  He replied, ‘When you go to bed, recite Al-Kursi verse (Quran 2:255), for there will be a guardian appointed over you from God, and no devil will be able to approach you till morning.’  So I let him go.  Next morning the Prophet of God asked me, ‘What did your prisoner do last night.’  I answered, ‘He promised to teach me some words which he claimed will benefit me before God.  So I let him go.’  The Prophet asked, ‘What are those words that he taught you?’  I said, ‘He told me: When you go to bed, recite Al-Kursi verse from the beginning to the end and that by reciting it, there will be a guardian appointed over you from God who will protect you during the night, and no devil will be able to come near you until morning.’  The Prophet said, ‘Verily, he has told you the truth though he is a liar.  O Abu Hurairah! Do you know with whom you were speaking for the last three nights?’  I said, ‘No.’ The prophet replied, ‘That was a devil.’” (Narrated in Saheeh Al-Bukhari)

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