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Use Ruby As An Amulet to Ward Off Negative Energies!

Published Setyembre 12, 2016 by jptan2012

It’s been since awhile since I posted something. I was really busy the past few weeks and barely had time to write. I usually have ‘bank’ stories good up to 2 – 3 weeks, but all that was used up because of the tremendous amount of work I have to deal with.

Anyway, I’m glad that I’m able to write again. Although, the time of writing is usually not the day of posting these stories. Also I usually write several first before I post.

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In choosing a ruby make sure it’s gem quality but it need not be high grade. High grade gem quality ruby are quite expensive.

But I’m going off track. Today, I would like to teach you on how to make a gemstone, in particular a ruby into an amulet that you can use to ward of negative energies, especially evil spirits and sorcery.

All you will need is a gem quality ruby. Have it set in gold or silver as pendant or as ring. If being set as ring make sure you can wear it on your ring finger or on your pinky. Make sure also that the ‘back’ side of the ruby is not covered, whether it is set as a ring or as a pendant.ruby-cabuchon2

Once set, properly clean it and then light an incense. If you have a Buddhist altar do it in front of a Buddhist altar, if not just do make shift altar, and have it face a clean wall.

Light nine incense sticks and call the following: NAMO AMITOFO 3X.

Then place the incense sticks on an incense holder or a bowl with salt or rice grains.

Then chant OM AH HUM 108X after which you blow on the ruby. This process will clean the ruby of all the negative energies.

Then chant OM AMI DEWA HRIH 1000x then blow on the ruby. While chanting put the ruby on the altar.

After chanting OM AMI DEWA HRIH. Place the ruby pendant or ring on the altar and leave it there.

Do the process for 7 days. After seven days, use a fine needle or a fine – point pen and inscribed on the ruby the Sanskrit OM AH HUM. Please see photo below.

Note that the ruby is a hard precious stone, so it is impossible to leave a mark. What you are doing rather and psychically imprinting the Sanskrit into the auric field of the ruby.

After that you can start wearing your ruby. Note that you will have to clean your ruby every month. You can do this simply by putting it on top of a rock salt / sea salt / Pink Himalayan salt for 7 hours to overnight. Then repeat the process of lighting the incense but this time doing it only once a month.

Note that this is a powerful amulet using the power of Amitabha Buddha and having it captured by the ruby. Buddha Amitabha’s color is red that is why ruby is the perfect stone for it. But remember use the gem quality one. If you can get a ruby shaped into an image of Amitabha the better it is.

So does this thing work? I’m sure.

I first suggested this to a reader who has been experiencing such a terrible bad luck due to some negative energies and it worked for her. However, I think, its real power was manifested when a relative of one of my staff is believed to have been suffering from some sort of witchcraft.

EY, is a 40 something widow. Her husband and her mother – in – law was involved in a car accident and both died at the same day. Philippine law states, whether there is a will or not, a child will definitely inherit an inheritance from his/her parents. In this case, EY’s husband, upon the death of his mom will inherit one of her properties. The mom left no will, and it is believe that they both died about the same time. In this case, since EY’s husband also passed away, his inheritance will then be inherited by his son and his wife. However, 3 of 5 siblings of EY’s husband contested the inheritance and said that their brother might have died ahead of their mom, therefore EY and her son should not inherit anything. EY contested this because obviously their argument was flawed. The case went to court, and that’s when she started having nightmares, seeing a black entity visiting her. Soon after that she started getting sick and having some skin rashes. Some might argue that it is due to stress brought about by the case against some of her in – laws that’s causing all this. That is certainly an argument, and that’s what I thought so too, but EY said that she and her son are already secured and they just want the inheritance as a matter of principle because her son deserves to get it. Add to that, her doctors seem unable to find an accurate diagnosis of what’s causing her illness.

On top of that, her husband’s other sister warned EY that the other siblings might do something nasty, and she firmly believes that one of her sister is involve in witchcraft as she boasted a number of time that she knows a powerful witch. Furthermore, even before it became known that EY was suffering from an unknown skin disease, this particular sister who would boast that she knows a powerful witch called up the other sister who is still friendly with EY and asked her whether EY is getting sick, and that if she gets sick it would do well if she just give up the inheritance so that she will get well.

When I heard the story, and after assessing that EY seems to be a very logical person, I decided to teach her the Ruby Amulet ritual. This was before the Vajrapani Ruel became available. EY made her own Ruby Amulet following my instruction, and within a month, all her illness was gone! Furthermore, she dreamt that the black entity also left her!

After a year, she and her son also got their inheritance!

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What to Do When One Sees A Dead Animal?

Published Mayo 15, 2015 by jptan2012

In my previous post, I talked about the story of Mahakassapa (also spelled as Mahakasyapa) and Ananda. In that particular post I talked about reincarnation, which I have talked about before, and subtly introduced a Buddhist accepted belief that I have never fully talked about here on this blog. This belief is about the accepted Buddhist teachings that all sentient beings reincarnate and has a consciousness and that we may have come from animals or insects and can be reborn as such.

In Buddhist temples, Mahakasyapa (Mahakassapa) is usually on the Buddha's left side (from our point of view - right side) and Ananda is on the Buddha's right side.

In Buddhist temples, Mahakasyapa (Mahakassapa) is usually on the Buddha’s left side (from our point of view – right side) and Ananda is on the Buddha’s right side.

Hope to be able to talk more about it in my future blog articles. However, today I would like to talk about what one should do if one sees a dead animal. In my previous post, I mentioned that Mahakassapa prayed over the dead cat and buried the cat. The question is what we can do for the dead animal these days.

Like Mahakassapa, it would be great if we can pray over a body of a dead animal or insect by reading a sutra over it. The Medicine Buddha Sutra and/or the Past Vows of the Earth Store Bodhisattva Sutra (Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva Sutra) and then bury the dead animal or insect. If this is not possible or it may take time, you can do either of the following, put a printed copy of the sutra or a mantra on top of the body of the dead animal. If you can bury it, please do.

Still if this is not possible, chant the Medicine Buddha mantra (TADYATHA OM BHEKANDZYE BHEKANDZYE MAHA BHEKANDZYE RADZA SAMUGATE SOHA), or the Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva Mantra (OM AH KSITIGARBHA THALENG HUM) or the Mantra of the Bodhisattva of Compassion (OM MANI PADME HUM) and the Amitabha Mantra (OM AMI DEWA HRIH or NAMO AMITOFO) as many times as you can then blow over the dead body of the animal or insect. If possible bury or cremate the body.

Some Buddhist Temples would conduct a collective prayers for all animals being slaughtered for human consumption. Compassion and respect for this animals as sentient beings is the primary reason why a lot of Buddhists are vegetarian.

Some Buddhist Temples would conduct a collective prayers for all animals being slaughtered for human consumption. Compassion and respect for this animals as sentient beings is the primary reason why a lot of Buddhists are vegetarian.

Still if this is not possible and you have the Vajrapani Ruel, which is a very powerful Buddhist amulet, you can simple place the Vajrapani Ruel near the body of the dead sentient being and then chant OM VAJRAPANI HUM three times or seven times.

Doing this out of great compassion is the best reason and it will earn you some tremendous amount of good karma. Doing this because of wanting to earn some good karma merit will work as well. But it may not as big as simply doing it because of great compassion.

 

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