Ziozael55 wrote:Gabriel wrote:I wish to share with the djinn community this very powerful conjuration for all djinn believers and un-believers use it wisely its in arabic and its of very ancient origin.
Birhatin,karirin,tatihin,turnin,Mazjalin,Bazjalin,Tarqabin,Barhashin,Ghamashin,Khutirin,Qalnahudin,Barshanin,Kazhirin,Namu-Shalakin,Barhayula,Bashkayakhin,Qazmazin,Anghalaitin,Qabaratin,Ghayaha,Kaydahula,Shamkhahirin,Shamkhahirin,Shamhahirin,Bikahtahawnayhin,Basharishin,Tunashin,Shamkha-Barukhin.By your honor I adjure you to grant me the manifestation of (name of djinn) to my sight. Glory be to him who theres nothing like unto him.
Warning This Conjuration Is Very Powerful And Only Used For Djinn and spirits of that class. It Is Also An Oath To Them I Take No Responsibility If Used For Evil Purposes. The Spirits Invoked Here Should Be Respected As A friend to a friend they cannot be bound and do serve a higher power.
Hi Gabriel: There is not one single Arabic word in your conjuration. Where did you get that it is Arabic if you are not an Arab [if you are an Arab you sure would know its not in Arabic]
I have an issue using words that I do not know what they mean or feel. Anyway since the post is from years back I wonder if anyone here had given it a try with considerable success.
Since the poster has not been active for years, let me try answering your question : )
The method he wrote is called "Asma Bihartiyah" in Indonesian language. You can see one example in Indonesian website here:
https://wongalus.wordpress.com/2010/05/ ... hatihin-2/
You can see Arabic letters for it, but it's not Arabic words because it is based on Syriac language ("bahasa Suryani" in Indonesian):