Practical Jinn Magic - discussion

Does anyone have any sources on the summoning of jinn outside the islamic spectrum?

I do not have any problems working in the abrahamic framework, but I would like to expand my knowledge and yes I am aware that islamic magick adapted a lot of methods and tweaked them to fit their worldview.

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Isn’t this book like hardcore solomonic style? Fasting in the desert for 40 days and stuff like that.

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That’s my long term goal. Humans are too easily fallable, driven by power, and self interest. If it’s not in there interest to empower you they won’t or if in there interest to keep you enslaved they will without a second question.

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The biggest issue is our brain physiology. All communication is tainted even with spirits and some of your dogma will linger in each revelation, but it is still worth it.

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No it’s more like a extremely short Islamic version of the Picatrix for Djinn. It utilizes magic squares, talismans, and the Qur’an mainly. This the other reason why I stopped using the book. If these Djinn were allied with Islam and I was not I wondered how safe the it would be be. Also I was more curious about them then anything else.

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Honestly, i would just read Shams al-Ma’arif and start working with them seriously, but i don’t know Arabic. It’s amazing how it hasn’t been translated to English yet. Perhaps it’s not too practical aka no money to be made.

Nineveh Shadrach has it available and there is an islamic scholar from England thats publishing it this year or 2022 :slight_smile:

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There different kinds of Djinn who like the Fae have there own personalities thoughts and opinions. Some follow Islam others follow Christianity or Judaism while other still are pagan. There societies mirror human societies and they will often follow human spiritualties and religions. I think it might be better to inquire about the Djinn via the spirits you already work with. King Paimon it said to have djinn under his command along with several other Goetic Spirits who are also said to be Djinn themselves or lords among them. In India they work with Djinn so it’s possible there are Djinn who follow the Hindu Gods and help Hindus. Likewise there might be Djinn who follow the Egyptian, Babylonian, Sumerian, Greco-Roman and northern/western European pantheons as well.

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This is where I got the majority of my information from. I think he’s from Lebanon though originally.

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wdym? they sell the translated text?

that’s awesome. Hope he won’t put in any blinds though

oh yeah, i do know that but i’m really interested in working with them from a traditional Islamic sorcery angle (or a bit more practical i should say). I wish there was a more robust and comprehensive system that syncretized the traditional way with a more practical approach (like in Corwin’s case but with a bit more meat to it and not as limited).

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I just recently rediscovered the fact that he has his own site where he sells courses and books now that Ishtar publishing is now defunct. Might be a good place for you to begin your quest. https://www.whitemagicmastery.com/

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yeah that true but there is few books that exposed that: their names in arabic

كتاب شمس المعارف الكبرى
منبع اصول الحكمة

the second book actually teaches u in depths about how to create not a spirit sigil but the sigil of the desired working which is linked to the soul of the target. its a long process but indeed true and effective. i wish i could find the 2nd book in english to post it but i couldn’t

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yes it is

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oh it has a lot of knowledge but no one would dare

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guess what? you dont need to learn arabic… im giving you all that u need to know

The Secrets To Working with Djinn - Discussion & Guide

Yea i figured it out and started reciting the english translation of Birhatiya, which is pretty much the core of your post from what i see lol.

i wouldn’t say the core, but i’d say that its one part of my post yes