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Muslim Fear Removing Mantra

This Muslim Ayat is used as a mantra, in an experiment for the removal of fright, fear and dread. If the practitioner is scared of any kind of incoming danger to his or his loved ones lives, then he can conduct this experiment, which removes the danger. The process of conducting the Mantra Experiment is given below.

This Prayog has to be conducted after sunset on any Thursday in front of a Mazar [grave] or a Dargah [shrine constructed over a grave].

The practitioner has to offer some sweet food item and Attar [perfumes, normally found in small near a Mosque] to the Mazar.
An Islamic Mantra which removes all kinds of fear

Then he has to chant the Ayat given above 11,000 times, using a Haquik Mala [a counting rosary made from Agate]. This ensures Mastery over the mantra.

Then whenever the practitioner experiences fear and dread, he has to chant the Ayat 99 times. This can be done anywhere, even if he is on a journey or in a dangerous place.


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  1. It's not our real fear removing chant, we chant Ayatul Kursi(Verse of the Throne)

    "ALLAAHO LAA ELAAHA ILLAA HOWA, AL-HAYYUL QAYYOOMO, LAA TAAKHOZOHU SENATUWN WALAA NAWMUN,

    LAHU MAA FIS SAMAAWAATE WA MAA FIL ARZE, MAN ZAL LAZE YASH-FA-O' I'NDAHU ILLAA BE-IZNEHI, YA'LAMO MAA BAYNA AYDEEHIM WA MAA KHALFAHUM, WA LAA YOHEETOONA BE SHAYIM MIN I'LMEHI ILLAA BEMAA SHAAA-A, WASE-A' KURSIYYOHUS SAMAAWAATE WAL ARZA, WA LAA YA-OODOHU HIFZOHOMAA, WA HOWAL A'LIYYUL A'ZEEMO."

    Meaning:

    Allah—there is no god except Him—is the Living One, the All-sustainer. Neither drowsiness befalls Him nor sleep. To Him belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is on the earth. Who is it that may intercede with Him except with His permission? He knows what is before them and what is behind them, and they do not comprehend anything of His knowledge except what He wishes. His seat embraces the heavens and the earth and He is not wearied by their preservation, and He is the All-exalted, the All-supreme.

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