Ghul Djinn???

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Ghul Djinn???

Postby Nexxus Red » Thu Apr 10, 2008 4:14 pm

FaerieWhispers Posted: Feb 17 2008, 03:47 PM



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Does anyone know what a Ghul Djinn is? Would something like a Ghul Djinn be
appropriate for someone not familiar with djinn?

I am looking for something to own that would be ok to have around children, as I do not want to bring in anything that would cause them any discomfort.

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spiritsearcher Posted: Feb 17 2008, 04:10 PM



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I wouldnt recommend them as they are quite evil and need a strong master to keep them under control...

Some people also mention that it depends how they are bound as well..But Im not to sure of that..I would stay away for you first Genie until you are familiar and comfortable..

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Yes That helps alot! I would hate to get in over my head!
Thank you so much Spirit!


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mane79nll Posted: Feb 17 2008, 08:44 PM



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Hmm ghul...I think they are genie that have something to do with the contact of dead. If you are interested in this , you can consider getting one. I am not sure if they are evil. I think a efrit or sheitan is evil. But, the important thing is the capability of the keeper. I don't think children will enjoy themselves with a ghul. Imagine that.....Ghul attract hideous spirits.......children will become chaotic.....


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Cryptic_twilight313 Posted: Feb 17 2008, 09:09 PM



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I don't think they are really "evil". Just associated with black magic due to the fact that they will grant any type of wish. As with any dark entity, they can be good and never excercise their dark side, but some will. I think it would do fine in a house with children.
You should probably ask the seller though.


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CreepyHollows Posted: Feb 18 2008, 11:39 AM



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I wouldn't recommend a Ghul around children. If you want to have it and commune with it out of the presence of small children that would be fine - we all have "just for the adult" spirits but for a day-to-day companion I wouldn't recommend it.


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FaerieWhispers Posted: Feb 18 2008, 12:37 PM



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Thank you all so much!
Funny how some sellers don't offer any warnings.........
Again Thank You All, without this forum I could be in a lot of trouble!
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SpiraleSSe Posted: Feb 18 2008, 02:41 PM



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I'm going to get a ghul. I'm drawn to this type of djinn because they aren't restricted. They are not evil or good, they are neutral. I like that about them.
I'm going to have one custom bound to one of my own rings from real_magick Lisa. As for any manifestations, I'll just let them know to keep the racket down and not to spook me, EVER.


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CreepyHollows Posted: Feb 18 2008, 03:10 PM



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Well, Ghul aren't neutral djinn. In fact, their pre-Islamic nomer inspired the English word "Ghoul". They are mischievous spirits that when properly handled can work well from their Keeper but they are not neutral in any way. They are more prone to deeds of upset.

Absolutely no class of djinn are neutral because they are entities of duality and therefore cannot by definition of energy be neutral.


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SpiraleSSe Posted: Feb 18 2008, 04:29 PM



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I do not purport to know all, just what I've been informed of. I just imagine that they are not trying to be evil or trying to be good. They would just provide their keeper with what is asked without moral dilemma. I'd hope that if the ghul gets too into unsettling acts, then I can control it.
All I can say is, experince will make me know more.


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CreepyHollows Posted: Feb 18 2008, 04:53 PM



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Ghuls, Ifrits, Silas, some Marids, Hunas, Ilbars, Qorqos, Bislips and all races of African Djinn are prone to mischief, troublemaking and ill luck when not properly handled. When properly handled the aforementioned are in a subservient tone and though they may, over time, become a friend of sorts, for the most part are djinn who know their place.

Ifrits and the few Marids who fall into this section are most likely to develop a friendly relationship with their Keeper... Ghuls, Hunas, Ilbars and Qorqos are strictly master-servant relations... and Bislips and African Djinn hardly communicate with their master outside of confirmations of tasks to accomplish.

Either way we look forward to hearing how it goes.



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Re: Ghul Djinn???

Postby GiaHoliday » Thu May 08, 2008 7:34 pm

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Re: Ghul Djinn???

Postby Rain » Thu May 08, 2008 8:08 pm

????? :?: Oh Cr@p my napkins on FIRE!!!!! LoL

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Re: Ghul Djinn???

Postby Cryptic_twilight313 » Thu May 08, 2008 8:48 pm

...lol :roll:


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Re: Ghul Djinn???

Postby Shiori » Sat May 10, 2008 5:41 am

I agree with what the others have been saying. I don't think they're nescessarly evil, just mischevous. I'd definately stick with a Marid djinn for now. :)


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Re: Ghul Djinn???

Postby jayoul » Sat Sep 13, 2008 10:46 pm

Ghul djinn are harder to find than the marids and ifrits which are sold by many.

The word Ghul was used to make the word Ghoul and they are spirits that can communicate very well with the dead [otherside] and are often thought as dark spirits. I have been told by someone on EBay who has had one listed for sale that they are HARD TO KEEP and need someone who is very experienced with djinns and not for a newbie as these can be tricky indeed.



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Re: Ghul Djinn???

Postby albanygang » Sun Sep 14, 2008 6:34 pm

Well I have several and they are no bother at all. They are a real blessing. I have no concerns at all about their being around my children. In fact it is the marids that have produced the scariest phenomena, not out of malice, just over-enthuisiasm. LOL.


jayoul wrote:Ghul djinn are harder to find than the marids and ifrits which are sold by many.

The word Ghul was used to make the word Ghoul and they are spirits that can communicate very well with the dead [otherside] and are often thought as dark spirits. I have been told by someone on EBay who has had one listed for sale that they are HARD TO KEEP and need someone who is very experienced with djinns and not for a newbie as these can be tricky indeed.



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Re: Ghul Djinn???

Postby jayoul » Sun Sep 14, 2008 8:11 pm

Glad your getting along with them but those class of djinn with the shaitan are usually hard to control and can be tricky.
I've been told this be those who bind them to items. Sounds like you have them under control which is great, I was simply saying that they arent for everyone and people should be careful when going for them. Usually Marids and the Jann are the easiest to get along with.



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Re: Ghul Djinn???

Postby jayoul » Thu Sep 18, 2008 12:37 am

A ghul djinn currently for sale by a genuine seller arnoldnesis http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/HAUNTED-RING-BOX- ... 911.c0.m14



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Re: Ghul Djinn???

Postby DragonKeeper » Thu Sep 18, 2008 5:14 pm

I love my ghul, she isn't a bother and she isn't evil. :thumbup:


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