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Thursday, December 6, 2012
Detecting Spiritual Culprits: Filipino Methods
We all have heard or read from detective story books that
“The eyes never lie!”
Not many people are aware that the above saying also holds true
in Filipino magic circles as well. Once a magician is confronting with victims
of Engkantos, Witches or Devils, the magician can determine the strength,
intent or character of the spirits possessing their victims by looking into the
victims’ eyes. The victim’s eyes will give tell tale signs for the magician who
wanted to perform exorcism on the victims:
Engkantos (Any spirits)
·If a victim is possessed by a good Engkanto, the
victim’s eyes are almost always closed or the victim dare not stare at the
·The victim may struggle but the victim’s
reaction should not be violent and will not cause much harm to the exorcist.
·If the victim stares straight at the exorcist
with wide open eyes, then beware. This is a violent Engkanto and it will try
its best to escape from the exorcist.
·The victim would always ask aggressively “What
the f**k do you want!” as if the victim doesn’t like to be looked at.
·Try to get the name of the spirit and use the
name to command it. Being able to know its name means that you are taking
control over them. If the victim resist, then a traditional method is to put
grind ginger on the victim’s left eye. It is said that the spirit hates grind
·When confronted, most of the victims will open
their eyes to stare at the exorcist.
·The spirit will remember the faces of those
people around it and might take revenge on them; so it is best not to have too
many people around.
·Two types of reactions are possible:
oWho took revenge: normally closed his/her eyes
and remain calm
§Don’t have to ask name, but demand the curse to
be lifted up
§First treatment: not harsh.
§2nd treatment: If curse not lifted,
then harsh treatment follows.
oWho purposely cause harm:
§When you ask: “why did you curse him?”
§The answer: “because I want to!”
§In this case, force it to reveal its name.
§Put grinded chilli on both of their eyes if the
spirit refuses to corporate.
·If it is the working of a devil, then the victim’s
eyes are always opened.
·The victim can extinguish candles at a distance.
·It is extremely difficult to catch a sorcerer
hence best not to deal with them. A master sorcerer can kill or cause harm to
your body and soul alike.
·Let the experienced one deal with them.
Just a final note, whatever the case is; better find an expert to do the job so as not cause harm to the victim and yourself.