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.
section in Mahapretaka has collected many of the Voodoo magic of lower three
yanas. Let me show you some examples:
In “Vajrayaksa Wrathful King Sadhana” 《金刚药叉憎怒王息灾大神验念诵仪轨》：
“If you want a nice girl, then write her name
on a piece of pine bark and tie it in front of the Vajrayaksa image. Recite the
Great Samaya Mantra for 7 times and say to Vajrayaksa about your intention. If
you perform this ritual for 3 days, and if Vajrayaksa wants to show his
compassion towards you, the girl will come and she will not change her heart.”
Also in “Vajrapani
the conqueror of Bhuto” 《佛说金刚手菩萨降伏一切部多大教王经》：
“Use beef and Benzoin
to perform homa while reciting mantra until midnight. A Kinara lady will
materialise in front of the practitioner but the practitioner should not be
afraid. The lady will say: “What is the matter of summoning me?” The practitioner
should say: “I want you to be my wife.” The lady will agree when he has said
Also in “The
Victorious Ucchusama Sutra”《大威力烏樞瑟摩明王經》：
“If one setup the holy image facing north at an
auspicious gate, the practitioner is facing South, and that he uses Chinaberry
as fuel for homa, adding some poisonous powder, mustard seed and some own
blood. After he has completed reciting mantra for 1080 times, some Asaru ladies
with the color as if burnt will come. They will present medicine for longevity
and gold changing medicine. If he refuses the medicine offering, then the
ladies shall hold his hands and lead him into their palace. They will offer him
to be the Asaru king.”
What do you
think folks? If you look at them and read and scrutinize these rituals a few
times more; you will not find any clues that the Buddha has thought these
teachings. Well, frankly these types of rituals are more extreme than any
Brahmanism rituals. Perhaps, there is no such practices existed or remain in
practitioners now days put much emphasizes on Tibetan Buddhism and especially
the Unsurpassed Tantra. On doing so, they have overlooked the importance of
Kriya Yoga. These folks have scorned at the complexity of Kriya Yoga and hence
tend to shy away from venturing into it. However, they have overlooked the fact
that although Kriya Yoga is complex, it is quite easy to achieve siddhi
practice of chakras, nadis and bindus of the Anuttara Tantra which is very
difficult to master and get it right. The first reason is that the practices of
Tummo and Illusion Body seek to transform; if the transformation is not
perfect, then problems will arise. On the other hand, Kriya Yoga only needs to
follow a prescribed ritual and generally not many problems will arise during
the process. Second, there are very difficult to find an accomplished master
who is willing to part with his knowledge. Furthermore there are many oral
instructions that a master will keep with his life and will not part to
ordinary folks such as us. Moreover, most of us don’t read Tibetan or Sanskrit,
hence it is extremely difficult to have a complete view of complete Anuttara system
The only remedial action is first to learn about Chinese or
Japanese Mantrayana and to achieve siddhi. The reason is that once siddhi is
obtained, our Satya-devata (本尊)
and Dharma Protectors shall help us in our further practices. Let me show you
my personal recent experience:
A few days back, I was busy in translating < Āryatārā-dhāraṇī-arolika>
and faced with problems as some of the Sanskrit terms cannot be translated from
localised Chinese terms; so my progress was delayed for a few days until this
morning that I dreamt of a secretary with a ponytail, wearing a white shirt but
black overcoat and skirt asked what would I like to drink. And I answered I want
some Chrysanthemum tea. So she turned her back and went to fetch a packet for
me. But the main door was blocked by heavy objects…
Then I heard a loud
bang, when I went to investigate; all the obstacles were gone! Apparently the secretary
has removed them and I got a pack of Chrysanthemum tea in my hand.
Well, you may want to say that this is only a dream.
Even stranger was that, after I woke up, and when I took a
second look at the problems, they were solved in a jiffy!
Hence, I would back by the effectiveness of Kriya Yoga is
beyond doubt. It is by the fact that I have not practise the Tara
Avalokitesvara sadhana, by merely translating, I already have one amazing
experience! Let alone if I really venture into real practice. The result should
be more evident I am sure. Well, then and again, it is up to you to believe it
My friend Mr. Ong is so kind to share his personal story about Bio Resonance Therapy. This is something pretty new to me. So I will just cut and paste his information as that will better explain his original meaning:
What is bio resonance frequency therapy ?
Hope you are
keeping and fine. Below is my true story that I would like to share with you.
I suffered from severe stomach ache on first week after the World Cup,
Football Match began in Brazil. I was rushed to the Emergency Ward twice, and
treated as serious gastric complaints. Later, visits to general and private
doctors failed to reason out the actual reasons, as gastric drug failed to treat
ever since it started. My stomach was full of air, with very pressing
I made up my mind to do something about it, while waiting
for their reference to a specialist at general hospital. I began my regular
visit to a nearest homeopathic ( alternative medication ) doctor few years ago,
only few minutes’ cycling from my house. I asked if he his “bio resonance”
machine could help me. I had only a 20-minute session with him, including
scanning and healing defective parts of my digestive system. Only two parts of
my clogged intestines were not in proper shapes. Pain was significantly reduced
by 30 percent after certain frequencies were sent by the bio resonance machine.
I was advised to take more fruits, fabric vegetables, sour milk and
drinks, it improved from days to days. The pain was gone totally within three
weeks’ times. I am confident that I do not need a specialist any more.
WHAT IS BIO RESONANCE THERAPY ?
MRI stand for Magnetic Resonance
Image. It works by sending magnetic waves to specific parts or full body of a
patient. Reflective waves from body of a patient are interpreted into visible
visual images on a computer. Resonance means reflection in MRI.
resonance machine just interprets these reflective waves into energies ( instead
of visual images ), visible in symbol forms. Even delicate energies from few
cancerous cells in any part of a human body, could be traced out easily.
Bio resonance frequency was first discovered by a German construction
engineer Paul Schmidt in 1976. He discovered certain frequencies are very
beneficial, while others are harmful to our body. 1977 Bio resonance machine was
invented by Germany -Franz Morell and his son-in-law, engineer Erich Rasche.
Later this machine was improved by a combination of Russian and Germany
I experienced the effectiveness of this frequency therapy.
May be there are other uses of this machine as well. This is a new and exciting
medical experience for me.
Now days we
like to talk about emptiness theoretically, but in Kalachakra; the theory of
emptiness is put into action and proven through the practices of yoga
So, you can
forget about hours of sadhana practices if you cannot detect the essence of the
meaning of Kalachakra Tantra. For any further investment of your time into
mantra recitations will not yield further benefits.
Let me elaborate:
Kalachakra sadhana, there are 3 important items:
as individual mind
as the sun hence light
as the darkness
light and darkness is only the manifestation of our mind.
Our mind is
as if a moon. When sunlight shines onto it we see one side of the moon, while
the other side remains pitch black. We like to think that light being
enlightenment and that the darkness being ignorance; but both of the
enlightenment and ignorant are not the essence of the moon!
the moon is only made of soils, minerals and rocks; it has no characteristics.
the differences between enlightenment and ignorance, happy and sad? It is
precisely our mind. Since our mind changes according to situations, we say that
our mind has no characteristic and hence it is ‘empty’.
Kalachakra, the story doesn’t just end there. We have to ‘proof’ our claims.
And this is through the practice of white yoga, black yoga and the empty yoga.
practice will be the black yoga; which is similar to the practice of shadowman.
First a practitioner stares at the shadow until it comes alive and this will be
his/her representation of ‘dark side’.
practice is the white yoga; this is to stare at the sky near location of the
sun. If one is diligent, soon one will perceive the ‘color of emptiness’ which
is the energy movement in the air; this is similar with the ‘Torga’ practice of
great perfection. This shall be the practitioner’s ‘bright side’.
Now that we
have two extremes, which is neither ‘middle way’ nor emptiness; hence for the
third practice; we will need to practise the ‘empty yoga’ which is the famous ‘six-limb
yoga’ of Kalachakra tradition.
six-limb yoga, the ‘color of emptiness’ is directed onto the shadow. Once the
shadow is filled with ‘color of emptiness’ then whatever product that forms,
shall again be directed to the tummo at the navel chakra and consequently the
practitioner’s body will be filled by color of emptiness. Only when
this stage is accomplished, the person is on the route to proof that the theory
of emptiness is correct in practice, not merely tongue in cheek.
studying theory of emptiness or performing lengthy sadhana practices will not
yield any results. I pity those folks who have spent years and still not yet
find their ways in tantric practices. I really do.
When I was young, I was staying in Kangsar and there was a
small lake near the place where I stayed where fishes were in abundance. Hence, the lake had attracted
many kits went there to fish. Naturally, where there are kids and water spell
problems. It was said that there were a few kids drowned in that lake.
Gradually, rumors about the lake being haunted spread like wild fires.
I had a school playmate once, who was drowned in that lake.
According to his companions that they were playing at the lake side when
suddenly one of them yelled out as he saw a colourful small fish swimming in
the lake. No one dares to go into the water as none of them knew how to swim,
except Ah Qiang.
Well, it was said that Ah Qiang immediately took off his
cloth and jumped into the lake to chase for the fish. Everyone saw Ah Qiang
waved his hand in the water and soon they lost sight of him. No one pays any
attention as they thought Qiang was just fooling about. Stagnant lake water
under tropic sun is full of algae and the predominant colour would be green. Losing
sight of someone in the water is pretty normal in this situation.
However, after one hour or so, Qiang still not in sight and
nowhere to be found. His companions started to panic. So, someone ran to a
primary school nearby to seek help. Eventually a police report was lodged and
shortly, a troop of search and rescue personnel were at the site. Story has it
that, even though it was a pretty small lake, it took the rescuer almost half a
day to find the body. It was later rumoured that it was the help from a Maoshan
sorcerer who has casted a spell that enabled the water spirits to ‘release’
Again it is still based on rumours that the body was found soon
after the sorcerer casted the spell. After autopsy, the coroner found that
Qiang’s lungs were dry and the cause of death was strangulation. As to how
Qiang was strangled to death, no one ventured to probe further and the case was
Many years later, I unexpectedly met the sorcerer in Kangsar
wet market and remembered about his soul calling ritual; so I half enticed and
half dragged him to a coffee shop nearby in the hope to understand his soul
Apparently the ritual he used is called ‘soul calling with life
fish’. This method is mainly used to summon those drowned. The ritual is
roughly as described below:
First, one must find two live fish of any sort and bring the
fish to lake or river bank. Put the fish in a water bucket. Light some incense
and burn some joss paper and while doing so recite:
“Oh you spirit of live fish, you the spirit of life fish,
now I release you to see the dragon king; ask whatever you want but bring the
soul of so-and-so to me! As my will, so mote it be!”
After a few rounds of mantra recitation, release the fish
into the water. It is said that by hook or by crook, the body or soul will
Of course, where there are many water ghosts congregated,
one should also prepare a 6 feet green bamboo and 100 pieces of joss paper to
prevent the person who is doing the ritual being pulled into the water.
I dare to ask, do you afraid of summoning water ghosts?
The Chinese Mahapritaka (大藏经)
contains many rituals belong to Kriya Yoga (事瑜伽)
from Chinese Mantrayana Tradition. The best part is of course these rituals are
free-of-charge provided that you can surf the Net and understand quite a bit
about Chinese. In that case you should be able to search for various rituals
which such convenience was quite impossible a few years back.
It is also conversely true that not all free stuffs are
good, there are down falls as well. Provided that you aware of them. The major
problem with Chinese Mahapritaka is the localization of Sanskrit terms. It was
translated in such a way that not only the Chinese do not quite understand what
a term means; left alone the non-Chinese!
怛儞也(二合)他 = TADYATHA=Speaking
According to phonetic: Dá
Now it is obvious the difference is quite obvious doesn’t
Let me take another example：
阿失缚噜麽 = ASHVARUMA=Horse hairs
What is that？ā
shī fù lū mó？
is supposed to mean‘ASHVA' ，and‘噜麽’ in Sanskrit means‘RUMA' or ‘hairs’！
Such variations in localized Chinese mantra funny and yet pathetic
as it sounds; no wonder the Chinese Mantrayana already going downhill now days.
A friend asked me, is there a mantra that can bestow luck
and happiness to ladies in this hostile society?
I think there indeed is one amongst the many Vedic mantras
that is suitable to be recited by all ladies. According to record, this mantra
can make a lady lucky and happy for her whole life. This mantra is:
“Om Om Hreem Om Krinm Hreem Om
It is said that any ladies who is consistent in reciting
this mantra according to her abilities, then all types of family problems and
other obstacles shall be removed and resolved. The soul of this person shall be
empowered with strength and this energy will be stored inside her body. During
emergency, this energy will be released automatically.
Another poser of this mantra is the protection from evil
spirits and black magic. The person who recites this mantra with consistency
shall be protected.
It is my hope that in this chaotic world, anyone who recites
this mantra shall be in peace, happy and lucky.
The moon is worshipped in many cultures. In the West,
witches performing the drawing down of the moon for spell casting. In ancient
China, animals and Taoists use breathing exercises to draw moon energy into
their bodies for magic work or for healing. In India making offerings to moon
may also make your wish come true.
First we need to prepare a big jar of fresh water, some
milk, some sugar and rice. It is said that for best result, it is best to use Ganga Jal or sea water. For general wishes, then this ritual should be
carried out on the second night after the black moon.
When the time is right, pour the milk, sugar and rice into a
jug of fresh water. Now go to a quite place where you will not be disturbed.
Stare at the moon for a while and now hold the jug with both hands and raise it
above your head. Now make a wish and pour down the water in the jug. While you
are pouring down the water, look at the moon through the flowing water while
thinking of your wish.
After the ritual, give thank to the moon and go back
immediately without looking back. You may perform the ritual on the same time
next month until your wish is fulfilled. It is also believed that whoever makes
this ritual a routine will be prosperous and rich even without asking.
Have you ever thought that holy Bo tree can attract ghosts?
Believe it or not, you can make friend with a ghost!
First you must fast for one day or if you cannot stand
fasting then you may only eat fruits. Now you must also keep your mind pure:
see no evil, talk no evil, hear no evil and think no evil. Only then the ghost
who answers your call will be a noble one.
You must perform this ritual on a dark night, i.e. no moon
visible in the sky.
Go to a Bodhi Tree (Ficus Religiosa) and offer 5 betel nuts,
5 green leaves of Bodhi tree, black sesame and some flowers. You should burn
some Benzoic incense and sprinkle some rose water onto the Bodhi leaves.
Now, chant the below mantra for 1188 times while standing:
Kalachakra Tantra is the most controversial tantra of all
Buddhist tantras. It is the last known tantra ever compiled before the collapse
of Buddhism in India. Critics doubted the authenticity of Kalachakra Tantra as
Buddhist works as there are too many Hindu elements contained inside.
Personally, I see whoever compiled Kalachakra Tantra tried
to squeeze all Hindu and Buddhist elements into it and makes the practice of
Kalachakra extremely difficult and time consuming. This is perhaps a desperate
move to save the best of Hinduism and Buddhism before Islamic invasion somewhere
around the 11th century in medieval India.
I have particular interest in Kalachakra because of my
interest in Feng Shui, Astrology and Traditional Medicine. All the former
elements evolve with time and it is my personal interest in deciphering secrets
hidden in Kalachakra Tantra system.
Those one who practices Kalachakra long sadhana will know
that, around 720 deities are invoked to dwell in Kalachakra Mandala. Not many
gurus are willing to point out that this Kalachakra Mandala actually symbolises
the human body and the Deity Kalachakra represents the illusion body. All of
the 720 deities, mainly from Hinduism are placed in all of the major-minor and
minor-minor chakras and linked by 180 major and minor nadis.
This gives a complete and accepted view of an individual in
Hinduism and Buddhism. In the past tantras such as the Chakrasamvara and
Yamantaka, emphasize is not put on human body as it is thought to be
impermanent and not important. But in Kalachakra tantra, it is deemed necessary
to put much importance on human body as a sick body is of no use in producing
an illusion body. Hence by including all of the patron gods and goddesses of
Hindu pantheon together with all chakras and nadis; not only Kalachakra Tantra
can be accepted by the Hindu, it also serves as a teaching tool for Hindu and
Buddhist Medicine at that time.
Another use of Kalachakra is in the Astrology. Do you know
that Astrology actually calculates the flow of human life force inside the
naval chakra? Our naval chakra has 64 petals, with 60 petals forming the 12
houses in Astrology and 4 void petals. So, by calculating this energy flow, we
will know our future. If the life force is blocked, then we will be facing with
troubles. And that’s all to the relation of Astrology with Kalachakra.
It is perhaps fair to say that the Kalachakra generation
stage symbolises the world of Hinduism. The real separation between Hindu and
Buddhist ideology happens in the Kalachakra completion stage. The practice of
completion stage is related to the formation of ‘empty body’. Unlike other
Buddhist tantra in that other tantras said that one’s illusion body can only be
formed during dying process; the ‘empty body’ of Kalachakra forms when a person
is still alive. This is something like the ‘rainbow body’.
I actually like such arrangements in Kalachakra as I can
appreciate the Hindu wisdom as well as keeping the Buddhist elements without
having to mask out the core value of both of the ancient beliefs in this world!
I think this ritual is perhaps the forerunner of Malaysian
Hantu Raya or servitor spirits.
It is believed that Chauraha Wali Mata, said to be the
goddess of cross roads is a form of goddess Maha Kali. If anyone makes her
happy, then she will send her powerful witches to fulfil one’s desires.
This ritual should be done after 9pm onwards starting on
Saturday or Tuesday for a consecutive of 21 Saturdays/Tuesdays. After that, one
should maintain the offering on all Saturdays/Tuesdays.
First one must prepare some offerings:
·2 cloves, 5 types of dishes, 5 pieces of roses,
2 bundi ladu and 1betel leaf.
When everything is ready and the time is right, put everything
onto a piece of white paper and bring a mug of fresh water. Go to a quiet cross
junction, put the items beside the junction and pour the water onto the ground.
Now, go home without looking back.
The person should feel a presence in his/her house after a
few tries. When the presence is felt, then a pact can be made to establish the
master and servant relationship.
I post this article specially aim at those friends lost in
the world of Buddhism:
Many people stumbled into Buddhism and expect all Buddhist
schools are created equal would experience a culture shock of their lives. The
fact is that teachings in various schools can go to both extreme ends; unlike
the highly standardized teachings in other standard religions. Basically
Buddhism is subdivided into two schools: the Mantrayana and the Sutrayana.
Mantrayana or Tantric Buddhism as we know it today consists
of two major schools: the Indo-Tibetan and Sino-Japan. The Sino-Japan is grouped
under the lower 3 stages while the Indo-Tibetan system takes up the upper 6
stages of all 9 stages of Buddhism. The difference between the two system lies
in that the Anuttara Tantra which is an important part of Indo-Tibetan system
and the related sex yoga failed to spread in China and Japan due to
Sutrayana can also be subdivided into the Mahayana and Theravada
Buddhism. Mahayana is the Buddhism that spread from India to China, Japan,
Korea and Vietnam which is also known as the ‘Northern Tradition’. The Theravada
Buddhism spread from India down south to Sri Lanka, to Myanmar, Thailand, Laos,
Cambodia, Malaysia and Indonesia.
Now comes the fun part: the arguments of which school is
authentic never ceased until today:
·Within general Buddhism, Sutrayana attacks
Mantrayana especially the Indo-Tibetan system as not Buddhism because of the
worships of Hindu deities and yab-yum deities (two deities hugged together
·Within the Sutrayana: the Mahayana said that
their teaching can achieve enlightenment while the Theravada teachings cannot.
·Indo-Tibetan systems also have many
controversies on the practice of ‘liberation by slaughtering’ and the
consumption of meat and alcohol.
Of course, time has changed now days as all Buddhist schools
are treated as one. Everyone try to be politically correct and all practices
are accepted as one Buddhism as a whole. Having said so, confusions remain as
this liberty causes more confusion:
·Do I eat meat or do I not?
·If I pray to Buddha and get fortune, can I
donate to charity organizations of other religions?
·Can I worship Taoist deities together with
So, how does one go about in choosing which school is
·Study the history of Buddhism thoroughly and
understand the special traits of each school.
·Follow just one school of thought that is if you
believe that Buddhism is created all equal.
Finally, whatever you do, please don’t ask yourself this question:
“Have I regretted in following this school of thought?”
Delicious yet deadly lemons! Do you believe it or not?
Other than making lemonade, culinary and herbal medicine;
what can a lemon do really? You may think this is a stupid question.
Well, a lemon can be used to curse and kill!
Below is a popular Indian black magic for killing someone:
First, one must find a clean and quite place. After that, he
should construct a stool made of yellow clay. Let the stool wind dry for a few
days and then put a piece of white cotton cloth on it before sitting.
The person must face west for this ritual. Before he begins
to chant, he should light a ghee oil lamp and present some other offerings such
as sweets, a lemon and two cloves. After that, he should begin to chant the
following mantra for 2100 times:
Baar Baandho, Baar Nikle.
Jaa Kaat Dharni Sujaaye.
Lay Bahrna Choun Haath Se.
To Kaat Daant Se.
Kuhaai Bhaamhava Ki.
After the ritual, one should keep the lemon while the rest
of the offerings should be thrown into a river or sea. This empowerment ritual
should be done for a consecutive of 40 days.
When one needs to activate the power of this curse, he
should take a piece of iron nail and recite the above mantra for 108 times,
after that he should pierce the lemon with this iron nail only half way. The
victim of this curse will feel extreme pain; however if the person pierce
through the lemon with the iron nail, then the victim will expire immediately!
So be ware folks!
Do you know the hidden messages brought by your own
Anyone who has successful in conjured up his own shadowman,
then he will be able to understand his own near future. For example, the upper
body indicates the first half of the year; while the lower half indicates the
Say that a person is having small trouble in March, and then
on the left stomach of the shadowman will show a greyish foggy stuff. But if
the colour is black, then the problem is serious. If the person will meet with
blood drawing injury, then at the position 3 will appear dark red spots. But if
the person will lose a lot of money, then the pattern of greyish money will
show. Conversely, if the colour is bright, then all will be well.
Do you also aware that the shadowman has colours and not all
Well, the basic colours are:
·Yellow indicates earth, free from disasters. But
if it is at the position of 3, 6, 9 or 12, then this is the normal colour for
·Black indicates water, disasters. But if the
colour appears at the position of 10, 12; then this should be the colour for
·Green colour indicates wood or wind, all is
normal. This is the dominant colour in January and February.
·Red colour indicates fire, good luck. But this
is the colour for April and May.
·White colour indicates metal, a spiritual
person. This is the dominant colour for Julai and August.
We should be careful not to mix up the seasonal dominant
colour with colour indicating disasters. The seasonal colour is bright and shiny
but the disaster colour will be dull. However, if the shadowman is all black in
colour or headless, then perhaps the person’s life will end soon. So, a
disaster avoidance ritual should be taking place. Of course, the above month is
only an approximation speaking.
Not many people aware that Hanuman has an important place in
Thai Magic practices. I am not sure if this has anything to do with the Bajrang
Baan, but in Northern Thai Magic tradition, Hanuman is invoked to destroy a more powerful
rival or to remove obstacles. In order to invoke the help of Hanuman, below
rituals will be started on a Tuesday night:
First one must prepare 3 kinds of oils: coconut, ghee and sesame
oil. Each of the oil is chanted with Pra Lersi, Pra Thong and Pra Kaue oil
mantra. All of the three oils are mixed together in a container. This will be
the fuel for oil lamp offering to Hanuman.
Now the magician will offer some offerings to Hanuman. Then
the below Pra Hanoman Khata is recited repeatedly:
SU KA TOH, SU KAK
SU KA NAN, PIT CHA,
SU KA TOH,
TAY NAMO TAR MAK.
If the intention for invoking Hanuman is to ward off evil
forces, then the portion on Sesame oil should be more and a green coconut
should also be offered.
If the intention is to cure sickness, then the portion on
Ghee should be more coupled with the offering of some herbal medicine.
If the intention is to kill an enemy, then the portion on
coconut oil should be more coupled with the offering of the magician’s knife or
In whatever case that may be, the oil should be burnt for
consecutive 40 days regardless if the ritual has taken effect in less than 40
days’ period or otherwise.