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Thursday, November 22, 2012
Conjuration Of Snakes (过河)
We know that we can conjure snake spirits, but can we conjure snakes? This guy has done it, see the snake in the lower right hand corner?
It is said
that all the snakes in a mountain are controlled by a snake king. The snakes will
not attack unless provoked. If a person is bitten by a snake, Taoist has a
method to conjure this snake so that it can ‘cure’ its victim. If you still
remember the story of Chengzhou Fu posting:
conjuration method, try if you are interested:
a place that you think there are snakes and then draw 3 concentric circles of 12ft, 8ft and 6ft in diameter; insert joss stick
around the peripheries of the circles.
stand outside of the larger circle and walk in a clockwise direction while
chanting the below mantra, slowly move to the second circle and finally to the
center of the circle and sit cross-legged.
for the snakes to come.
if you are onto the Hikmah method, then you may also call upon the snakes using
Hizib Yamani J!
“I am burning
three incense sticks; one made from gold, two made from silver and three made
from yellow jewelry.
come: gods or ghosts?
If you have
accepted my invitation, you must come if you agreed.
rolling rock, over the ridge, come across the river!
jumping into river; or across the bridge; across the river!
hang himself do cross the river!
constricted by snakes, bitten by tigers; do cross the river!
stroke by sticks or chopped by machete; do cross the river!
never go to temple do cross the river!
well if you cross the river!
according to my invitation!
nothing else but to sit in my throne as a god sent king.
I reign from
Hunan to Yongshun, from Yongshun to Baojing, and from Baojing to a greater
place called Mawangbao, lesser area called Xiping; miles and miles of rice
To my new disciples,
I am inviting dragons from front, back, left, right, up and down!”