People believe that the other end of science is religion. And I added that the magic is in between. If one starts from the religion side, he will end up with science and vice versa. It does not matter which end you begin your journey, you must first pass through the test of magic. I have experienced magic, hope you will too. All materials are for entertainment purposes only.
What would you do if you are being tied down by a rope?
escape artists go to great length to learn rope untying techniques just to
amaze their audiences. Rope untying techniques are nothing new and it was
widely used by people from all walk of lives; especially for the thieves and
robbers to escape from being tied down by the authority.
ritual is meant to train a person to escape from rope and also hand cuffs. This
is the first time such information is published in public and in English. If
you are inspired by how a Ninja can escape from being heavily tied by thick
ropes, then this art is definitely for you.
must first receive permission from a Taoist master, then memorize the below
draw the below talisman 1 time, recite the mantra 1 time for a total of 49
times. Repeat the ritual for 49 days.
perform an initial try on the effect of this spell by tying yourself then
recite the mantra 49 times. If you are unsuccessful at the first try, bow three
times to your master and try again. It is best to wait for 21 days for further
trial if you are still unsuccessful. Upon successful mastering this escaping
technique, you are only allowed to use this spell once every 21 days time.
Again, this posting is for your reading purpose only. Try at your own risks.
Man, do you mind if your wife gives you a nice "green hat"?
Wearing a green hat carries a meaning of
prostitution in old Chinese culture, the meaning gradually evolved specifically
used to refer to wife infidelity. The origin of this custom can be traced up to
the Yuan and Ming Dynasty; where prostitutes must wear green clothing and green
hat to symbolize that the profession is of lower class.
It is mentioned in Yuan Judgment (元典章) that relatives
or parents of a prostitute must wear green scarf on the heads, and hence it
became a custom to say “green scarf” to mean prostitution. The meaning
gradually specifically refer to a situation that when a wife is infidel to her
I believe, to the majority of the men, it
is not a nice thing to wear a “green hat”. Of cause, if you like to change your
sex partners often; then please ignore the below ritual:
This is a Malay spell to prevent your wife
to have intimate act with another man, men, woman or women alike:
Practice when your wife already fall
asleep, 7 days, Use the saliva under your tongue with your right hands thumb
“wal Yatal La Tap” –
Blow onto your thumb and express your intention
in your heart –
“aku Menutup Hawa Nafsu Engkau Pada Orang
(I close your carnal desire towards
Then chant –
“ Wala Yus E Ran Na Bikum Ah Hada” –
Then turn your thumb and pull your thumb towards
Just a fair word of warning, you will be
facing your wife, and only to your wife alone for the rest of your life. So
think carefully before you act. As for the women, so curse me now or never!
in fact the western part of Hunan Province, an area mainly along the upstream
of Yuanjiang, mostly referring to Yuanling, Luxi, Chenxi and Pu a total of four
areas. These areas are covered by mountain ranges, it if someone dies in this
area; then it is really inconvenient to transport the body through the rugged
mountain ranges. Traditional Chinese have a very strong sense of provincialism,
so one must die in his or her homeland. The problem is that in ancient time,
there was no such thing as a refrigerator nor fast modes of transport, in order
to repatriate a corpse on a long journey without decay, people at that time can
only rely on the service of "Xiangxi Walking Dead".
to ancient legends, the Hmong ancestor Appleton Chi led his army to war on the
Yellow River bank, and when he wanted to retreat; he did not want to leave his
soldiers killed in action around. So the military counselor of Appleton Chi suggested
that the two of them swapped dress. Appleton Chi to carry talismans and lead
the way, while his military counselor followed Appleton Chi at the back
performing incantation. Consequently the dead soldiers stood up by themselves
and follow closely behind. At that time the enemies are already closing, so the
military counselor casted another spell to draw down thick fog at dawn to blind
the enemies. Due to the fact that the military counselor is the one who
performed magic ritual, people called him “the old master”. This title was
adopted ever since.
who lead these walking dead would not send the corpses directly to their home.
They can only transport the corpses from hill area to the plain; the relatives
of the deceased will have to take over the job by putting the corpse into a
coffin and continue the journey with other means of transportation. The service
boundary only to Changde towards the north, cannot cross the Dongting Lake; the
farthest towards east is to Jingzhou, whereas to Fu and Wu states towards the
west. Finally, the farthest towards southwest extends to Yunnan and Guizhou.
Legend has it that the above regions are controlled by the ancestral spirits of
Hmong; their magic cannot cross these boundaries.
Not all of
the corpses can be transported by the “walking dead” method. According to old
legends, there are three yes and three nays of transporting a corpse by walking
dead method. A dead row even though after beheading, needs only to sew back the
head; those died from strangulation or died in station case will also be
acceptable. However, death by disease, hanging or lighting strike causing an incomplete
corpse will not be taken.
In the past, door of houses in Lhasa, Xigaze, Nyingchi area
are very low. Except for small kids, an adult must bow down before one can
enter the house. This type of old low doors is quite rare in our modern time;
though you can probably find them in Barkhor Street in Lhasa.
The origin of low
The low door was not a design fault; it has the purpose of
preventing a walking dead or Ro-Lang from entering. A Ro-Lang is a corpse of
evil doer or a person died from cold and hunger; and it has unfinished business
to attend to. The precondition is that the body must be in good condition. In
fact, the Tibetan burial custom provided a very ideal condition for the making
of a walking dead.
In Tibet, when a person dies, the body is not sent to sky
burial site immediately. Instead, it will be kept in the house for 3~7 days for
monks to perform deliverance ceremony. It is within this period that a corpse
may walk by itself.
Signs of walking dead
According to many elders and sky burial masters, they have
seen many walking deads in their life time. The making of a walking dead is not abrupt: the face of
a corpse will expand, the skin turns into dark blue, hairs stand upright, body
blisters and only after that, the corpse will slowly opens its eyes and sit up.
After that it will raise its hands and walk straight to its target.
characteristics of a walking dead: it doesn’t talk, cannot bend its body, will
not turn; not even its eyes. It can only stare straight and walk straight. When
this walking dead has caught hold of a living person, it will rub this person’s
head and this person will die immediately and also become a walking dead also.
However, this type of action has no effect on to an animal.
Types of walking dead
five types of walking dead:
·The skin arising
·The flesh arising
·The blood arising
oThe first 3 types can be overcome by poking or
puncturing their skin and flesh to release the blood and the corpse will
·The bone arising
oThe only way to bring down this type of walking
dead is to fracture its bone.
·The mole arising
oThis type of walking dead is caused by a mole on
the body of a corpse. By only destroying its mole that the walking dead can be
Regardless if the walking dead is a fact or a fiction, this
has inadvertently become a psychological pressure to the Tibetans. We know this
as a matter of fact from the design of a low door to block the entrance of the
Of course, in ancient days, this type of walking dead
prevention method can only apply in the Southern and Eastern Tibet; the vast majority
of Northern Tibet, especially the shepherds living in the Hoh Xil frontier,
will not be able to utilise such a method for preventing the walking dead.
Their antidote to walking dead is the corpse that shows the symptoms of a
walking dead, the corpse is tied onto a pole or a big rock.
A corpse is "called up" by a shaman before walikng to burial site
This is a story told by a native Toraja friend:
“As native to Toraja, I am always asked by my friends about
the uniqueness of the culture of Tana Toraja; especially regarding the
phenomena of “walking corpse”. I was born and raised in Tana Toraja until I am
exposed to the customs and culture in Tana Toraja although I dare not say that
I have mastered all of the knowledge of the origin and natty gritty bits of
The story about walking corpse existed since old times. Perhaps
hundreds of years ago there was a civil war between the West Toraja and the
East Toraja. In the war; the people from West Toraja was defeated. Legend has
it that while the casualties of East Toraja were few, they carried their dead;
but all of the West Toraja casualties walked back to their village. Because of this incident, the war was regarded
as a draw. Hence the offspring of Tana Toraja always bury the dead by making
the corpse walk by itself into the burial pit.
I have witnessed the “walking corpse” myself around 1992
while I was still in standard three. At that time, the mother of Pongbarrak
died. As with custom of Toraja, the corpse would not be buried immediately but
must follow a set of burial customs (rambu solo’). At that time, the body of
the deceased was bathed and it was put in to a special bedroom before the
corpse can be put into a coffin.
It was on the third night that the entire family assembled
to discuss about the details of the burial process to be carried out. I was
sitting at the centre of the house then. It was around 10 o’clock at night, all
of a sudden I heard a commotion in the house where a few women ranted
hysterically. Due to curiosity, I turned my head to the direction of the
commotion and only to find that the corpse was walking out of the room! My
friend and I shouted hysterically in fear and without having a second thought,
we rushed out of the house back to our fathers. It was later that I have learnt
that it was Pongbarrak who has tested a spell that caused his late mother to
We seldom heard of Toraja people practise this type of
ritual now a day although there are some people who have mastered the walking
corpse knowledge. But they still practise the magic on slaughtered animals such
as chicken or buffalo. It was said that even with a broken neck; the animal can
still stand and run rampantly!”
Well, you don’t have to believe in what I have told you just
now. Visit Tana Toraja in Sulawesi and find out yourself! Get the first hand
account from the natives yourself!
Competition in the romance is really tough now a day, this
is especially true for those who lacks in material (not so rich) and physically
(not so beautiful/handsome). While we cannot help with what is given to us in material
and physical, magic can help in its own way. Below is a simple spell that would
make you to be fascinated by people who sees you. 1. You must have good intention. Then fast on Tuesday
kliwon, Wednesday legi and Thursday pahing. 2. During midnight of fasting period, burn benzoin or
incense while chanting the mantra below for 99x.
Niat ingsung matek ajiku pulunggana-pulungsari
Sun lebokaken pethiku wesi, gumebyar-gebyar marang dhadaku
Wong sabuwana teko welas teko asih marang badanku
asih welas, welas asih, kersane Alloh
laa illaaha illaloh Muhamad Rosululloh”
If you have done it correctly, it is enough just to chant
it once and automatically the spell will work by itself.
Taiwanese “temple of dog”
also called “18 Wang Kung Temple”. There are three similar eighteen Wang Kung
Temple in Taiwan.
·The 18 Wang Kung
Temple in Kaohsiung
·The Chiayi loyalty
19 Kung Temple
·The famous 18 Wang
Kung Temple of Taipei Shimen province
In Kaohsiung "Eighteen
Wang Kung Temple" has a long history; it is built since the period of Qing
Emperor Kangxi, about three hundred years ago. Story has it that during the
year of Qing emperor Kangxi 23 years (1684), a strong typhoon caused a shipwreck,
the crews were all drowned. This unfortunate incident was later discovered by
other fishermen, and 18 bodies were subsequently found on the coast. The bodies
were buried, and a small ancestral hall was built to worship the deceased.
The "loyalty nineteen Kung
Temple” of Chiayi City, also known as" Loyal Dog Temple” is one of the few
Taiwanese temples where a dog is worshipped.
The story has it that during
the Qianlong year, notorious bandit Lin Shuang-wen attacked a military camp Tsai
Lin Zhuang, outside Chiayi. There were only 18 guarding soldiers so they were
no match for Lin Shuang-wen’s army. Consequently all the soldiers were killed
in the battle. A dog kept by one of the soldier ran to Chiayi and barking
fiercely. The soldiers guarding Chiayi city recognized it was the dog of Tsai
Lin soldiers. Reinforcement soldiers were immediately dispatched to the rescue.
But it was too late; all of the 18 soldiers were all killed. At the same time,
the dog also died of exhaustion. It was after the Qing court has managed to put
things back to order that the eighteen martyred soldiers and the dog were buried
in a mass grave; they are all honorably called the "nineteen generals",
a temple was hence built to worship them. They are collectively referred to as the
"Temple of the 19 loyal generals".
The origin of “18 Wang Kung
Temple” in Shihmen Township, Taipei also related to a shipwreck where crews of
17 were drowned, only a dog survived. After the villagers buried all of the 17
bodies, this dog refused to eat or drink all day for several days seemingly mourned
for the dead, finally the dog also succumbed on the grave. Consequently the
villagers decided to bury the dog and 17 corpses together. A temple called
"Eighteen Wang Kung Temple" was also built to commemorate the loyalty
of the dog.
A very unique aspect of "Eighteen
Wang Kung Temples” is that the activities in the temples become livelier later
into the night. I bet that you will not find a dog being worshipped as the main
deity of a temple anywhere in this world!
I was visiting my Javanese friend in Jogjakarta and she has
many gadgets in her house. So I decided to scribble down some of her advices
while she was lecturing out directly from her memory:
·When your dog is howling in the middle of the
night, there is a spirit in the vicinity.
·When your dog is whining with its head bowed and
its furs stood up right at night means there is a ghost; possibly previous
owner of the house in the house.
·When there is a butterfly or moth flying into
your house at night, means the deceased are visiting.
·When you approach a road junction at midnight, you
ought to produce a sound of clearing your throat “Ehem!” three times. This is
to give notice to the spirits in the vicinity so as not to bump into them.
·You must have a house warming party or a thanks
giving party before moving to a new house to thank the spirits or watcher of
·Avoid building your garage too far away from
your main house as that only invites wandering spirits.
·You should put a broom and a pair of scissors
under the pregnant woman and toddler’s bed to ward off bad spirits such as a
·A pregnant lady should carry along a small
folded knife so that the mother and the baby will not be disturbed by spirits.
·Avoid keeping any form of cemetery soil in your
house because this only invites the dweller of the cemetery to stay with you.
·Keep red onion, red chilli and turmeric on your
main door to protect you and your family from spirits and black magic.
·Put some red onion, red chilli and green peas
under your safe or drawer where you keep your money to prevent a Toyol from
stealing from you.
·Put a pair of grandfather’s pants under toddler’s
pillow to prevent the toddler from disturbed by bad spirits.
·Use black dog’s blood to cure spirit possessions.
·It is forbidden to pull eyebrows on a Friday
Kliwon because this will attract spirits.
I might have missed out a pointer or two, but no worries;
once you are in Java, the kind hearted folks will remind you about all of the
above again. You know you have broken some type of taboo when people around you
stare at you J.
Not many people realise the benefits of a woodpecker except
for a handful bird lovers and some old folks. The Malay calls a woodpecker by
many names: “Burung Pelatuk Bawang”, “jelatuk” and “belatuk”. Accordingly there
are many species of woodpecker in SEA reagion, only this “Pelatuk Bawang” is of
the interest of an occultist.
According to Sahibul Hikayat, woodpecker is one of God’s
blessed animals. It always sharpens its beaks with “yellow iron” or “besi kuning”.
“Besi kuning” is a type of rare metal only found in old bee hive on a mountain
The Javanese community believe that a woodpecker has a
strong standpoint, diligent but quite impatient. Once upon a time, many Malays
keep woodpeckers in their home due to this belief.
According to some old Malays, the upper beak of a woodpecker
when pulverized can be used to sharpen weapons. It is believed by doing so the
weapons will become very potent against the strongest enemy; it is said that by
a single cut in the hand alone suffice to kill a person.
The tongue of a woodpecker when consume together with “pisang
emas” (banana), will make a person good in articulation and on top of that, this
person will become more diligent and better.
A woodpecker’s eyes can be made into talismans. The method
is that the eyes are wrapped with a piece of white cloth and put on the main
door. In this way, intruders are afraid to enter this house as they will feel
frightened immediately. If there are brave ones enter this house forcefully, then
he will feel confused and will be easily catch by the house tenants.
The head feathers of a woodpecker are commonly used as
talismans to ward off sickness. These feathers are wrapped with white cloth and
inserted in the waist level. The wearer of this talisman is believed to be free
from all types of illness even at the time of death.
A woodpecker’s brain when dried can be made into eye
medications. The method is to soak the dehydrated brain into water together
with Jasmine flower. After that the water is used to wipe onto the affected
If the heart of a woodpecker is eaten, then a sick person
can be cured and all his wishes can be fulfilled. It is also believed that one
can open the door to the spiritual realm if he consumes the heart of a
A woodpecker’s chest meat when consumed will cure any
disease and this person will always be rational throughout his life.
If a man consumes the testicles of a woodpecker, then he
will be loved by women and the teachers; he will become very cleaver. This man
will also become so brave as to defeat all his opponents.
It the tail of a
woodpecker is eaten by a woman, then she will be loved by her husband and she
also has the power to defeat any evil forces. All her wishes will be granted, praised
and loved spiritually and physically.
The neck and tail feathers of a woodpecker when burnt and
consume together with food can be made into sex drugs.
The furs of a woodpecker can be knitted into bracelet or
waist belt. Whoever wears them will have a good memory, sharp mind and good
The viscera of the woodpecker if dried can be made into
talismans for war against enemies. The enemies will become timid and disperse.
The right wing feathers of a woodpecker can be used as a ‘neutralizer’
for a haunted place. One has only to bury one of the feathers in north-eastern corner
of the haunted area and it is believed that all of the ghosts and goblins will
vanish by themselves.
It is believed that the blood of a woodpecker can be made
into medications for eyes and ears. The blood needs to be mixed with fennel (a
type of herbs) and palm wine (a type of liquor), then these mixtures are then
soak in water. After that the water is wiped or drops on the eyes or ears. The
woodpecker’s blood can also be made into offering dish to ward off bad lucks or
Before anyone can make use of a woodpecker, the Malay believes
that one must first fast for three days and perform prayers to God. As to how
effective are the above tips, I only record down this knowledge as the treasure
heritage of our forefathers. Follow if you believe them, otherwise; just treat
them as your bed time story.