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Original Post:
by: fanboy on Sep 06, 2014

I want to warn people about falling for items such as 'Djinn' rings, 'haunted' items etc. You see these on sale on sites like ebay and bonanza, along with promises that the items will change your life in terms of love, money, whatever.

These items are fakes. If they really did have such life-changing effects then why would the owner be parting with them? Also, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of these items available at any given time. There is no way such supposedly high-powered items would be so abundant.

Take it from someone who has fallen for a couple of these items - you are wasting your money. The only actual Djinn ring is the Ring of Solomon, which gives power over demons and is in the hands of a 33rd Level Freemason. They just don't make such items available to the general public.