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Vashikaran Mantra using Hamzad

A different kind of Vashikaran Sadhana is given here. This Sadhana makes the use of the Hamzad ritual; the Hamzad is a popular and well known text in Islamic culture. The ancient composers of Shabar Mantras used the unique frequencies of numerous objects; Muslim included. I will not call this a Muslim Vashikaran Mantra, but one which uses a Muslim text.

On Friday, with faith and devotion, write on the Hamzad the name of the person whom you would like to bring under a strong spell of attraction. The name has to be written with Ashtagandha paste, using a pointed wooden stick.

Then sitting in front of the Hamzad, chant the Vashikaran Mantra, mentioned here 41 times. Then at night, take the Hamzad to a street corner, where 4 roads meet and keep it there along with an lighted Oil lamp, in front of it.

After you have done this come back straight to you home and while coming back do not glance back over your shoulder even once.

Still studying, this and similar secret and unknown Shabar experiments; so I am not recommending this mantra for practice by anyone.

A mantra which using an Islamic Text
Vashikaran Mantra using Hamzad

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  1. Write on the hamzad?please clarify, thanks

  2. how can i get the hamzad, and if get then what should written on it

  3. which hamzad Ritual should i used MAGIC, DEVIL, EVIL ,DEVINE or JAFR`S

  4. Please, specify how to get the hamzad and what to be written on it. Thank you.

  5. Hamzad is also called "chaya purush". It involves tratak practice which is purely Hindu in origin.

    1. I wan to attract some one, can help me, my cell 9869064353

  6. hi my name is vishal rathour so sir how can i get humzaad with simple montra.
    please reply me on this email id :


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