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Monday, November 26, 2012
Breaking Curses With Red Cord
The holy basil: tulsi plant
who curses another person doesn’t feel the pinch, but the person who is being
cursed at will have to face awful consequences if the curse is not removed.
the below simple but effective ritual for removing curses during my travel to
India last year. The story began when I was having a cup of tea in a small tea
shop somewhere in Bombay. When I was paying my bill, I asked the shop owner
where I can buy a copper pyramid for my meditation use; and a conversation
regarding black magic, curses and spirits broke out between me
and the boss. He rolled up his left sleeve and showed me a red cord and told me
that he has worn the cord for around two years; should he take it down manually,
he will be killed by his opponent’s curse. According to him, the cord should
fall by itself.
As you know
that I am always a fan in collecting magic rituals from various cultures, so I
pleaded the shop owner to teach me the red cord protection method. At first, he
was quite reluctant, but after many rounds of bagging and persuading; he
finally nodded his head and asked me hop on his scooter and off we go. The boss
said he wanted to bring me to see his guru; a holy man. Just to make a long story
short, below is the ritual taught to me by the holy man:
yourself a piece of red cotton cord; smudge it for 3 days and 3 nights while
praying to your god according to your belief.
that tie the cord onto the black magic victim’s wrist.
cord must not be removed but only allow it to fall by itself.
the cord has fallen, then go to your nearest temple; get some Tulsi leaves and
burn the leave together with the red cord.
later, I received a mail from the tea shop owner saying that his red cord has
finally fallen off and all his curses were lifted. Perhaps I will visit him
again should I visit Bombay for a second time J.