Wang Saen Suk Hell Garden

Hidden away down an overgrown road, in a village not far from Bangkok, there lies a curious museum known to many as the ‘Thailand Hell Horror Park’. Built adjacent to a local temple, the Wang Saen Suk Hell Garden – as it is correctly named – brings to life Buddhist teachings about the torments of the underworld, in a series of increasingly gruesome scenes.

The Wang Saen Suk Hell Garden is the largest hell garden in Thailand. At the entrance of the monastery garden, a brightly colored sign reads “Welcome To Hell” Further inside the garden, another sign reads:

If you meet the Devil in this life, don’t postpone merit-making which will help you to defeat him in the next life.

At the start of the garden trial sits a giant “fat Buddha” statue. Numerous cement-and-plaster statues depicting life in a Buddhist hell can be found throughout the garden. After a series of relatively peaceful, spiritual scenes, the visitor turns a corner to see a diorama depicting Buddhist hell. Two large figures named ‘Nai Ngean’ and ‘Nang Thong’ stand high above the tortured souls of the garden; their emaciated appearance, long necks and distended bellies seems to mark them as Preta, the ‘hungry ghosts’ of Thai folklore.

Around the feet of these figures are arranged 21 tortured souls, each with the head of a different animal. These animalistic characterisations reflect the nature of each soul’s sin; plaques at the feet of each feature inscriptions such as:

Ones who make a corruption are punished in the hell, they are named as the spirits of the pigs.

Ones who sell the habit-performing drugs are punished in the hell, they are named as the spirits of the cows.

Other designations include the ungrateful becoming tigers, jealous people being named rabbits and a bird head given to those who steal cooked rice.

After this first area come illustrations of the specific punishments for a list of very particular crimes. These include depictions of human sinners being ripped apart by the dogs of Hell,burnt alive in boiling cauldrons,disembowelled by birds, and having their head replaced with that of an animal.

Donation boxes located next to each scene encourage penance through charity. They also detail the sins likely to incur the depicted torture; these range from a woman being crushed in a vice for committing aborticide, to a man having his head savagely knocked off for undermining Buddhism.

 

 

 

 

Source :

http://paranormal-around.blogspot.sg/2015/04/wang-saen-suk-hell-garden.html

http://www.thebohemianblog.com/2013/06/wang-saen-suk-hell-garden-thailand.html

 

 

Vatican recognizes exorcists’ organization

VATICAN CITY, July 2 (UPI) —The International Association of Exorcists has been formally recognized by the Vatican’s Holy See, an indication the Catholic Church approves of the controversial practice of exorcism.The group, restricted to Roman Catholic priests, was founded in 1990 by six priests. They included Father Gabriele Amorth, known as the “Exorcist of Rome,” who claims to have performed 160,000 exorcisms — the ceremonial process of releasing demons from those possessed by them.

The organization now has 250 members in 30 countries.

Roman Catholic exorcism procedure requires a priest’s consent from his bishop, and examinations by medical specialists to determine if a victim’s medical or psychological issues can be treated by non-religious means. The Church issued a revised guide to exorcism in 1999.

The practice was brought to the attention of the non-Catholic world in 1973 by the film The Exorcist.

“The approval by the Holy See is a joy not only for our association but for the church as a whole. We hope more priests will realize the existence of this dramatic reality, which is often ignored or underestimated. Exorcism benefits people who are suffering, and is doubtless a work of bodily and spiritual mercy,” exorcist Father Francesco Bamonte told L’Osservatore Romano, the official Vatican newspaper, Wednesday.

BOTTLES TREE WORSHIP

Written by SPI team, edited by John Kwok, PhD candidate, History researcher

[pictures will be included soon]   

“Sacred” Trees in Singapore

In 2007, a road accident involving a roadside African Mahogany tree at Jurong in Singapore was published in the local press. The focus however, was not the tragedy of the accident, but the tree after its bark was stripped off as a result of the accident and revealed what looked like the head of two monkeys. Local Singaporeans interpreted it to mean a deity living in the tree. Dubbed the Monkey Tree, it inspired local cults to worship at the tree for good fortune, especially praying for winning lottery numbers. Devotees left offerings at the tree and the crowds of people to gather to make them often resulted in human and traffic congestion, much to the displeasure of the residents neighbourhood.

The Monkey Tree was popular in Singapore, but it was by no means a unique phenomena. SPI has discovered that another tree in Singapore, while not as popular as the Monkey Tree, featured evidence of tree worship. This tree was located in the heart of Singapore’s CBD at the junction of Kepple Road and Anson. It was not difficult to spot this tree for it stands at a busy junction.

Of the many trees that line the Tanjong Pagar Complex, this one in particularly, near some office buildings and a hawker centre, was donned with dozens of water bottles hung from its branches. SPI agents made some enquiry from passers-by and office workers nearby. Surprisingly, most did not pay much attention to it or failed to notice the strangely decorated tree entirely. Indeed, it begs the question, why was this tree decorated in such a manner?

Observations

Each water bottle was connected to another by a long strip of orange coloured string. Each pair of bottles was hung from branches on the tree and was neatly spaced out; they were not clustered in one bunch. Each bottle was also filled and capped with a clear liquid, believed to be water. There were 32 bottles altogether – strung into 16 pairs. The conditions of the bottles suggest that they were all put up at the same time; there were uniform levels of corrosion on them.

Furthermore, from physical examinations of the bottles, it appeared that they were recently strung up and hung on the tree. Further indications came from the contents of the bottles; the liquid was clear and showed only minute traces of contamination by pollution and weathering. This indicates that the bottles were all hung at one effort, possibly even by the same person or organisation. However, when empty bottles and string were found tucked and hidden away behind the tree, it suggests that more bottles would be progressively added to it, possibly in stages.

In addition to the hanging bottles were several decorated bottles placed near the tree. One in particularly featured detailed flower patterns and made to resemble a lantern. Another, in contrast, also resembled a lantern but was crudely made with plastic rings cut from mineral water bottles and joined together. At the foot of the tree was a strange object made from metal wire. The wire was skilfully woven into a circular object with the ends left sticking up, resembling a pair of pointed horns. A red make-shift tassel was attached to each end of the horns. In front of this strange object were burnt joss sticks stuck on the ground.

There were also traces of joss papers and evidence that a large scale type of offering ritual had been performed at the tree. It reminds one of the offerings made to spirits during the Hungry Ghost festival. It is likely that the wire-framed object was representative of a tree deity or powerful spirit. But while tree worshipping or the making of offerings to spirits at nature objects is commonly performed in Singapore, the main feature of the tree, the practice of hanging filled bottles on a tree is not.

The Investigation

The bottles, filled liquid and hanging from the branches of the tree, reminds some SPI agents of the famous Wishing Tree in Hong Kong. Kenny recalled during a previous case that took him to visit the Wishing Tree in Hong Kong years ago:

The minute we alighted from our vehicle, crowds of aunties rushed up to me asking to buy their joss-sticks. They thought that we wanted to see the Wishing Tree and to toss on it a pair of oranges, tied together by a long red string, for good luck. We quickly and successfully avoided them and instead made our way directly to a make-shift counter set up near a large joss-stick urn.

A devotee at the counter quoted me several categories of prices for their iconic wish-making oranges that come with a stack of joss papers for burning as offerings. The prices reflected the types of wishes one would like to make i.e. individual blessings, family blessings or blessings for success in business. Each type of blessing commands a different price. And they did not come cheap. Blessings start at HKD88 and could climb to HKD1388. I was astonished that a pair of oranges and a small stack of joss papers could command such prices and wondered if I could bring my own offerings. After all, it’s the same kind of offering we are making to the same tree.

It is unfortunate that making a wish or requests for blessings have been turned into well-oiled money making scheme at the Wishing Tree. Elsewhere, making wishes were accompanied by a simple gesture of tossing a coin into a well or fountain. Fortunately, however, recently I have heard that the Hong Kong Wishing Tree is now better regulated with the emphasis on preserving it as a unique local cultural tradition.

When Kenny saw the filled bottles hanging from the tree in Singapore, he immediately drew parallels with the Wishing Tree in Hong Kong.

1. Evidence of burnt offerings at the foot of the tree reinforces the notion that this tree is recognised as auspicious or special like the Wishing Tree or the Monkey Tree mentioned earlier.

2. Oranges are regarded as symbolic representations of wealth, prosperity and good fortune. These are also popular wishes made by believers at the Wishing Tree. There is also a popular belief at the Wishing Tree that the higher the throw and the higher the orange is caught on the tree branches, one’s wishes would be better heard by spirits and the greater possibility that that one’s wishes would be fulfilled.

Singaporeans may have also adopted the tradition of tossing auspicious items on an auspicious tree. Instead of tossing a pair of oranges strung by a long red string up the tree for good luck, local Singaporeans toss instead bottles of water. A former SPI Cultural specialist believes that these bottles were a symbolic representation of a vessel that hold the dreams and wishes of one making the offering. However, there is a more plausible explanation that stem from the symbol of the oranges in Hong Kong; water in local Chinese culture represents wealth and fortune.

The person or organisation who hung the bottles on the tree in Singapore was very likely mimicking practices from the popular and famous Wishing Tree in Hong Kong. The Money Tree in Hong Kong proved very popular in terms of tourism dollars and the bottle tree in Singapore could be an attempt to reproduce similar results in Singapore.

The Consequence

However, the creators of the bottle tree in Singapore may not be aware that their activities have broken the law on littering in Singapore. According to the Environmental Public Health Act, it is an offense to litter at any public place or public street. The items left on and around the tree can be interpreted as litter. Littering as an offence in Singapore carries a maximum fine of S$1,000 for the first offence and S$2,000 for a subsequent offence. The offence may be compounded for S$150 if it is a first offense – the offender must attend a 15 minute briefing on how littering can harm the environment. In 1992, the EPH (Corrective Work Order) (CWO) Regulations was passed, under which litterers may be required to clean up a public place. As from Feb. 2, 1996, the power to arrest those who litter was extended to operators of public vehicles. In 1999, the number of hours which a person may be required to work under a CWO was increased from 3 hours to a maximum of 12 hours, but not exceeding 3 hours per day.

Will the creators of the bottle tree in Singapore return and continue what they started? Or have they realised the gravity of their activities in terms of breaking the law? SPI will keep you updated with these strange hanging bottles.

Tree worship is a cultural belief that worshippers will receive blessings from spirits. Such spirits may directly reside in trees or through the tree they can be communicated in other realms. The spirits can reward worshippers of material requests such as winning lotteries or other wealth. Sometimes the tree spirits can give protection, for example healing illness or safety in transportation.

Tree worship is a matter of worshipping physical objects that is deemed nothing but superstition in skeptics’ eyes. Chinese religious folk beliefs are full of such magical stuffs. In ancient times, when indigenous people did not understand science, plus the fear from the natural environments around them, they placed huge respects on things that are larger than life or relate to their daily survival, such as thunder, rain, moon, sun, mountains, trees etc. Such respects became the primitive elements of shamanism and animism for hoping of some supernatural power would protect them against threats and dangers, that later evolved into a cultural practice. They worshiped most if not all natural substances from stone idols to biological plants and animals (ox, tiger, monkey, snake gods), often in admiration of their physical strengths.

Such physical strengths that appear greater than that of human which might be not understood (or explained) scientifically, were imagined to carry supernatural powers by our ancestors in the old days.

Paranormal Photos Captured in Hungry Ghost Month 2004?



Apparition wearing SPI t-shirt?

The Story Behind these Photos

These photos were taken as normal documentary photos during our SPI activities.

In year 2004, SPI engaged with a group of Taoist priests who claimed to be able to “break open” the hell gate and summon out the hungry ghosts. They chanted and used Taoist magic spells for this experiment. It was conducted at the eve of Hungry Ghost month in year 2004, as an experiment for SPI.

During the ritual, everything proceeded as per normal, nobody really experienced anything paranormal. It was until much later on, when the photos taken during the proceedings were closely inspected – then we found the following photos with interesting phenomena.

Photo Analysis

The above photo is an excellent example of long exposure that is taken in SPI hungry ghost event in year 2004. This photo is showing a double apparitions walking up the staircase. It is a single person however. But the long exposure stretched his image with a trailing effect.

This kind of trailing effect sometimes will distort the subsequent images into scary ghost images. One example is a group of three Taoist priests in SPI experiment doing a ritual to open the Hell Gate during eve of hungry ghost in year 2004.

When look closely, behind the Taoist priests there seem be like apparitions with scary ghost faces. Logically this is due to distortion and blurriness of the moving images. Or really there are ghosts following him when they were trying to open the Hell Gate? If you look carefully, the two apparitions who follow the priest look and dress differently from the priest.


Ghosts following the Taoist priests?

Are those grey apparitions just tail-images of the Taoist priest?
Unlikely, as you can see carefully how different they do look…

Long exposure is also a culprit of showing a ghost that appears out of nowhere. In the following example, when a person that went into the view of the photo but got out of the view in a short time his image will appear translucent, like a ghost.

Can you see a girl in blue shirt and white short standing in front of the hell gate? Also a boy face appearing on the left of the photo? They are due to long exposure effect.


See the apparitions on the right and at the entrance of the hell gates?

How can we be sure it is the effect of long exposure or really there is a ghost?

From the above photo, we can check easily via the EXIF Viewer software that the exposure time by which the photo was taken is 25/10 Seconds. That means the shutter opened for 2.5 seconds for receiving the lights into the film.

2.5 seconds you may think is a short period of time. But if you think of human movement, 2.5 seconds is more than enough time for a normal human being to walk in and out of the view.

This usually happens when the subject is of a short distance away from the camera.

One more example I show below is three images of Taoist priest overlapped during a long camera exposure while they were circling rapidly in the ritual of hell gate opening.


EXIF information output by EXIF Viewer software program – like a photo fingerprint


Three overlapped Taoist priests – paranormal or effect of long exposure?

Sometimes when taking photos, there may be objects out of view which cast a shadow into the scene. When this happens, people would deem the shadow that appears to come from nowhere to be a ghost.

One very prominent example is during Hungry Ghost month in SPI event year 2004, a demon apparition is captured at the Hell Gate in Haw Par Villa. The demon seems like wearing a robe with a pair of horns on the head.

Next to the demon there is an exclamation mark too (!) Is this a real ghost? However, SPI believe it is a shadow cast from one of the exhibition figurines inside the Ten Courts of Hell.


After the hell breaking ritual, a mysterious shadow was observed in the ten courts of hell


Very strangely, the dark shadow has a pair of horns, and a big exclamation mark behind him!

What view is yours in this case? Welcome to share you opinion

Poltergeist Activity

A malevolent, mischievous spirit or form of energy which manifests with characteristics such as strange noises, moving or disappearing objects, and abnormal odors.  The word poltergeist is a German word, literally translated means, “Noisy Spirit.”

The earliest known reports of poltergeists date back to the ancient Romans.  Other poltergeist records can be found in the medieval times of China and Germany.  The reports indicate unexplainable events such as throwing dirt, flying objects, awful smells, loud noises, unexplained lights and ghostly apparitions.  All of which are very similar to the still ongoing reports of modern poltergeists.  Why exactly poltergeist activity occurs has been under debate by experts and scientists for decades.
Poltergeists usually begin and end abruptly.  The typical incident can last for several hours or several years.

There have been hundreds of independent studies done on poltergeists.  A majority of the cases revolve around on individual or “Agent,” as they are called.  The phenomenon seems to be linked to a type of subconscious psychokinesis (PK) on the part of the agent.  The studies have discovered that most of the poltergeist agents are females under the age of twenty who are totally unaware that they are involuntarily directing the poltergeist energy.

While still not much is known about the way that poltergeist work the investigations have uncovered a link between the agents and states of poor mental or physical health.  Emotional problems associated with agent personalities are anxiety, hysteria, anger, obsessions, phobias and schizophrenia.  In some cases with psychological help to relieve the emotional tensions the poltergeist energies diminish and disappear.

It should be pointed out that while a majority of poltergeist cases revolve around unstable human agents, there are cases where all of the people involved are psychologically stable and don’t seem to have any control over the poltergeist energy.  These cases remain a mystery.  Some paranormal researchers blame them on other supernatural forces including Demon influences.

The differences between poltergeist activity and a haunting can be very hard to distinguish.  In the early stages of a poltergeist it may be impossible.  Haunts are poltergeists do share basic aspects, (apparitions, strange noises, odors, moving or disappearing objects, etc.).

There are some points that make them very different:

Haunting:  Involves the ghosts of deceased human beings appearing frequently in certain places and times.
Poltergeist:  May not be ghosts at all.  There are theories are that poltergeists are mass forms of PK energy that a living person is unknowingly controlling.  In some cases extreme poltergeists activity has been linked to demons.

Haunting:  The appearances of spirits in areas known to the deceased before death.
Poltergeist:  Can be triggered by a living person’s trauma in any location, at any time.

Haunting:  Activities are continuous over time, concentrated in the same general area.
Poltergeist:  Activities build up over time to a climax and then start over. Poltergeist energies can travel anywhere with anyone.

Haunting:  Are not violent by nature.
Poltergeist:  Nearing the climax of the energy cycle poltergeists can become dangerous, inflicting both mental and physical terror in extreme cases.

If you feel that you are encountering poltergeist activity don’t wait to look for help.  Find a priest or local paranormal research group in your area.  Some poltergeist cases can be exorcised before they have the chance of becoming dangerous.  If you think that the poltergeist is linked to an object in you possession get rid of that object right away.  Don’t try to move or run away from a poltergeist.  It’s a waste of time.  If the poltergeist is linked to a person or object it will follow right along with you.  The best thing to do is seek out professional help as soon as you can.  It shouldn’t cost you a cent to do so when you call SPI.  If you find someone that wants to charge you a fee, be careful of their motive.

If you have a different view or want to share more with us, please send us an email.  Selected opinions would be posted here for follow up.

Black Magic

Definition

Black magic & Evil spells is the use of negative energies and supernatural powers by some jealous people to harm and destroy other’s life and future. Ghosts & spirits are unsettled souls who have not reached their correct destination and spread ill-luck & bad vibes with their presence. All these evil influences can destroy a person’s happiness, luck & future prospects – he will not even get what he is destined for.

Black magic is the negative use of energies and power by jealous and malicious human beings of Kalyuga, whose main objective is to harm or deprive others from something, or influence them to do something wrong or negative. It is the evil side of the celestial cycle or negative energies.

Black Magic can be used to harm or hurt another person by performing certain acts even at a far away place – the effect of this technique can be experienced thousands of miles away. With increase of jealousy, frustration, greed, selfishness, negativity and inability to accept other’s happiness & growth, the use of Black magic has become the most common way to take out one’s vindictiveness and get an evil kind of satisfaction from the turmoil of others. This problem has intensified a lot in the last few years, and many are suffering all over the world, totally unaware of the attacks made by no other than their closest friends, acquaintances and relatives. Many prosperous and happy families are ruined by Black magic.

Its started when someone is jealous, frustrated, greedy, selfish, negative or full of revenge in his life with his/her enemy or someone who they hate most. People like this wanted to hurt their enemy or their hate ones in an easy manner and a easy way out so they will use Black Magic.

They will either seek “black” bomoh, dukuns etc or learn with someone professional in Evil spells in Singapore or some other countries. This types of people have the abilities to communicate with Jins and Demons and will seek for their help for giving extra abilities to make someone suffer. The person who intend to use this Evil spells they have a little believe in god and press their thoughts as the divine truth.

People who learn Black Magic can be found all over Singapore but it is really rare to see one. Some Magical powers which they have sometimes was also pass on from generation to generation in a natural way.

Another Reason for having Black Magic

As we know that Black Magic is a form of evil, some people make take it for themselves and not to curse on people. They will have special abilities such as doing magic tricks for entertainment or for their personal protection. On the other hand Love was their topics and they will use Black Magic or Evil Task to have their love ones back. A common factor was to have fun like as for the Man they would like girls all around them and some money minded would want wealth and to be very rich with big houses and Cars.

Symptoms of Black Magic

Black magic puts a block on a person’s wisdom and intelligence and all efforts to solve the problem go fruitless. One feels a mental block, gets disturbed sleep with bad dreams, and negative thoughts. There is heaviness and weight on the heart and constriction in the throat.

At times, there could suddenly be blue marks on thighs without getting hurt, or faster & erratic heartbeat and breathing without any physical exertion. There are quarrels in the family without any reason. One might feel the presence of somebody in the house. One feels one is not getting one’s due and can achieve much more. One feels suffocated & restless in all circumstances, and is never at peace. One remains depressed, with lack of enthusiasm or desire to live & rise in life.

All this was curse by someone who have Black Magic or learn Evil Spells. Some curse was by people who seek from bomoh and they will take their enemy belongings such as Picture (a common bait), a string of hair and many more that belongs to the enemy or their hates ones.

Effects of Black Magic

Black Magic can really play havoc with the life of the target person by destroying any aspect of life may it be career/business or wealth/prosperity, creating family problems or unnecessary tensions/phobias, adversely affecting children & family, creating chronic health problems, destroying mental peace, intelligence & happiness, cause inner turmoil, unrest & uncharacteristic/abnormal behavior and even cause unnatural deaths in extreme circumstances. Some may only stay in bed and suffer they cannot live or die because of the evil curse that has been attach to them.

Black Magic not only affects the circumstances and future prospects of a person, but also deprives him materially of everything he was destined for, but also affects the psyche of the victim in such a way that one looses the will-power & mental energy to get out of the sinister situation one is in, and has no desire to live or rise in life.

The effects of Black Magic become more chronic, dangerous and fatal with time, if untreated, like a horrible disease. It starts spreading like a contagious disease, affecting the person’s mind, brain, body, relationships, attitudes, work, money, marriage, career and everything in life.

Black Magic Task

Besides Evil Spells there’s also a physical ones like they have learn Black Magics Curse and to complete the task they must do some work. This works needs spirits, objects and living things.

As for spirits they would hire them to either disturb the Enemy family or posses them. The objects they use is also to hurt the enemy such as taking the enemy soul and put it in a bottle and throw it in the ocean. If the bottle is not open, they enemy will still suffer till someone release him. Beside bottle there’s more which can be use. As for living things they would use insects like grasshopper with some curse attach to them. Upon the grasshopper arrive at their enemies house it will release the curse and start spreading.

These are 10 names (Malaya Races Black Magics) that author knows well,
• “Tuju Tuju” an orb that is use by egg and some evil ingredients. This orbs will travel through the sky and it is orange in colour and similar like a shooting stars.
• Oil chin and knee -An evil curse that is use by dead body burn oil.
• 40th tomb stones- A Black Magic task. To mark the 40th tombs to complete the task and receive some special abilities by the Dark force.
• 7 strings Banana heart-A Black magic task. A meditation under a tie banana tree heart
• “Ikat pochong” Also know as Tie Like a “Pochong”-An evil curse. By taking the enemy souls and tie it as in pochong form.
• Sleep Before death grave- A Black Magic task. A help from Dark forces by sleeping inside a grave before someone is buried the next day.
• “Pukau Mayat” illusion dead- A black magic task and curse. This magic will make the person invisible and will sneak into some one house and steal valuables.
• “Satau” Poison- An evil curse to make someone become crazy or schizophrenia.
• Buried the Unpleasant- A Black Magic task with curse. The enemy soul is taken and buried at a junction, the more people across it the more pain the enemy will suffer or a Dark spirits is buried near the enemy house and the spirits will never stop disturbing the family.
• Dolls As it actual form- a common practice by many evil witchcraft/voodoo, bomoh or people who learn evil spells. It is similar like the curse of a doll which they will poke the parts of the doll as the parts of the enemy will feel hurt and pain.

Throwing Spirits

Some People who have Black Magic, they also have spirits as their slave. And if they find the spirits useless and would want to throw it away, they will either take spirits and put in a bottle and throw it away till someone finds it and the spirits will have a new guardian. Some will attach it through Wind-chimes and turtles so as many things more like Nailed it to a tree or something. If the spirits is free by itself it will either be a Sea Ghost or Forest Ghost but if Demons take the spirits, they will become as ghost.

Breaking or reversing Black Magic Spell

Putting a Black magic spell on someone is very easy for those knowing even a little bit of Tantrik siddhis/ voodoo. But to remove the spell and eliminate it’s sinister effects needs lot of expertise, continuous & rigorous puja/worship and a combination Siddhis & Sadhna. Gurude curses those doing Black Magic on innocent people and destroying their lives and happiness for years to come.

Getting Rid Of Black Magic

If someone is curse by a EvilSpells or Black Magics and wanted to remove it, for Bad Points people will use his/her Black Magics to against the mastermind who had curse on the suffering person and therefore they will battle against each other with their Magics and EvilSpells. Whose powers is greater will win the battle it same as “winner stay loser out” Mostly people will Seek Magic-Wizard, Bomoh, Dukuns and the one that is expert in EvilSpell to work things out.

As for the Good Points people will find a holy person and to cure the curse ones. This kind of holy person is also very rare to find in Singapore and only a few are well know by others. This types of Holy person has a permission from God to do his Abilities to cure on curse people, their mission is to help people.

Death for Evil Bomohs

What happen after the Evil wizard dies?

Truly this Bad Wizards who have press their thought as the divine truth and rarely believe in God whom always seek help from the Dark Forces, God will never accept them and it is up to God to forgive them therefore their spirits will be roaming around till they get a new Gurdian to take care off.

But note this, after they dies their powers is still as strong as usual so the next Evil Wizard, Bomohs etc who found his spirits is a very lucky guy and a powerful ones.

Differences Between Black And White Magics

Simple now we knows that Black Magics is ruled by the Drak Forces and to destroy someone career etc but as for People who has White Magics they have the abilities to Cure a suffering person from Black Magic and has the permission from God to do all his good work.

• -Where Did he learn White Magic?
• -Who? How? Whose? When? Why? What?
• -Do White magic Is also a Pass on Generations?
• -Do the one who learn White Magic Really a Holy one?
• -Does the person who learn White Magic always Pray?
• -Those who learn White magic is an Old man or Young Boy?
• -Is he a Human Or Guardian from above?
• -TRUE or False?

Need to Know More Bout White Magic? You will find it at more at the White Magic Section Soon.

By
SPI Azri
20/11/2003