Distance from which Black Magic is done does not make a difference

Black magic done from 2 meters away will have the same effect as black magic done from a distance of 2000 miles. The distance does not make an iota’s difference as far as the effects are concerned. They will be exactly the same. Strong magic done from a distance of many miles will have a great effect whereas magic done from a small distance will not have a great effect if it is not strong.

A lot of Muslims living in the Middle East and the West end up with black magic once they go back home, because jealous relatives wait for their prey. After doing black magic, these jealous relatives want to make sure that they can do it in future too, So what they then try and do is steal personal belongings. This is because even if the victim is in another continent, once these relatives have a piece of clothing or some other used item of the victim, they can do black magic, as the distance from which it is done does not make a difference.


18 thoughts on “Distance from which Black Magic is done does not make a difference”

  1. ok i was waiting for ur reply but u didnt …anyways…I did ur amals of bismillah ….but i didnt see a binding white light…and i started shivering and my body turned cold …but when reciting Allah for 100 times..I got back to normal..so thanks to you Yusha bhai..thanks for eveyrthing…may Allah bless u…
    but now new problems has been started…and if u still not angry with me..should i tell u?…

  2. Yusha,

    Why do you even bother replying to idiots? or do you get a head rush, and can’t resist? move on and leave the crack head dogs barking into the nght!

  3. @Momina: You are correct on the point that James is very immature. He should act his age, unless he is mentally retarded. It is a disgrace to even talk to him, and I suggest you ignore him too. Let the poor guy talk to himself.

  4. Thank you very much but I think most people must be aware of your extensive use of onomatopoeia.
    Thankfully, I do not need your assistance. One appreciates useful comments. Your comments from the beginning on this post have been quite crazy and immature. Just go over them yourself. Sometimes I am concerned about you and specially the people around you.

  5. Momina, m’dear, if you would like some clarification, I would be happy to assist you. “Onomatopoeia” is the English term for a word which represents a sound, as in “clopclopclopclop” is the sound of a horse’s hoofs on hard ground or pavement, and “plopplopplopplop” is the sound of something slightly heavy but softish, falling upon that ground or pavement….or floor 🙂 Unfortunately, these words don’t translate well.

    Crack, crack, crack, crack. Mohammad, Little Buddy, you are beginning to sound repetitious. What would your English professor say? Never mind–your Urdu professor would surely say it, too. You have ridden that “crack” horse to death. The shift to “insane” is a bit of an improvement, but not much of one. C’mon, be creative! Teek hey?

    Tell me you didn’t look under your bed at least once.

    You youngsters have real potential.

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