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Tuesday, 24 May 2011

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Some 1.9 billion people around the world unequivocally believe in Jinn, reportedly supernatural creatures formed much earlier than Adam and Eve.

Jinn are divinely divided into three classes or species: some have wings and can fly, not to be mistaken for angels; some resemble snakes and dogs while the rest ceaselessly move around like cordless yo-yos. Jinn like cholesterols have good Jinn and bad Jinn. The eyes of the bad Jinn have been turned clockwise 90 degrees. However, the iris looks exactly like that of a cat in midday, and their ears resemble those of lynxes. As to their feet, they have cleft hooves like goats. Bad Jinn have long tails the tips of which have a hairy arrow.

Bad Jinn, frequently sleep with naked human females who go to bed without underwear, a behavior taken as an invitation. The offspring of such union is called Jinson. Not surprisingly, such children happen to have a high IQ!

When Turkish baths were still around, from 12 midnight till 3-4 o'clock in the morning, they were the Jinn's seclusion. Consequently, Jinn might take their would-be brides there to be washed up. If you were brave enough to climb the rooftop of such baths, you could hear Jinn celebrating, using bathing copper utensils as percussion tools.

Jinn, regardless of their species, winged or unwinged, can assume human form to mislead or destroy their human victims. Jinn can move objects in the air, reveal most-guarded secretes and mimic voices of the dead. Jinn like humans have their own kings, courts of law, weddings, and mourning ceremonies. However, some Jinn may cooperate with humans called Jinn-repellers, or rather sorcerers.

Conversely, jinn are not made of the smelly rotten dirt of earth or peat; they are made of smokeless flame, something like cordite. We learn, in Testament of Solomon, the King Solomon "was enabled to build the Temple by commanding demons by means of a magical ring entrusted to him by the Archangel Michael."

Actually, the feud between man and Jinn began from the first day of the creation, when God finished the final touches on his artwork, Adam. Having finished his artwork, in his own image, he ordained all angles, standing there in rows after rows, watching to fall prostrate before peaty Adam. All, as usual, dutifully obeyed his command, except one little naughty angel called Iblis who defied God's order as illogical, nonsense and preposterous. Notwithstanding, the defiant guy was not put in solitary confinement or dismembered; he was simply banished.

Presently, 2011, there are hundreds of copies of manuscripts written many centuries ago, after being dusted, once again they are printed abundantly, thanks to offset printing technology, as a showdown to defy Western scientific achievements, particularly those tedious steps called scientific research.

(Next: How to summon Jinn)

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