Monday, June 25, 2012

Hanuman Worship In SEA Magic

Hanuman is a Hindu deity who was an ardent devotee of Rama according to Hindus myths, and a central character in the Indian epic Ramayana. Hanuman is also known as Anoman in Indonesia. The Thai occult practitioners worship Hanuman for his capability in treating black magic (Kong Tou) victims. The Chinese community also has another version of monkey god named “Sun Wukong” originated from an epic novel “Journey To The West”; but this is a totally different character.

Hanuman is worshipped as he is believed to be the master of all ghosts. So, any person possessed by a spirit will be taken to the temple of Hanuman, or ask to recite a prayer to Hanuman.

Below are three simple rituals that can be employed depending on the severity of the black magic attack victims. But it is better to seek the help of the more experienced healer for a more serious occasion.

1.      Mustard seed and sea salt (light case)

2.      Mustard seed, sea salt and chili (medium case)

3.      Dry chilies, coconut and alum (severe case)


      1.      Let the patient be seated on a stool.

2.      Prepare some burning charcoal in an iron pan.

3.      Perform a prayer to Deity Hanuman for help and protection.

4.      Grab a mixture of the ingredients and sweep from the patient’s head to toe then touching the ground. After that, perform the sweeping action from toe to head while reciting, “May the black magic cast to this person be cast out from his or her body into the ingredients.”

5.      When you think you have taken enough load, throw the ingredients onto the burning charcoal.

6.      Give thanks to Deity Hanuman.

7.      Repeat the ritual as often as necessary.

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