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Summoning a Dijinn
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Hello, I am a beginner at spell casting. I have trying to summon a dijinn with the instructions provided on this site. I've performed the spell twice, and so far it hasn't worked. What could I be doing wrong?
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I would say trying to summon a powerful spirit like a djinn is probably too advanced a place for a beginner to start. Be sure that first you've become practiced at meditation, raising power, drawing a circle and working with energy before even attempting any summoning ritual. Also it might be better to start off with a more simple summoning of some other being such as a thought form
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Djjins are like genies except worse i wouldnt recommend summoning one period
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If you're new to casting spells, I highly suggest learning and studying ways to protect your ways and your home. Also, don't forget making your own spell could be considered way stronger than a spell written by another person. However, if you do not know how to write a spell I'll give you a link that provides everything you need to know.

If you have not cast spells before, I suggest casting more beginners summoner spells so you get the idea of what to except. Sometimes you're not doing anything wrong but the spell could be false, which is why I suggest making your own summoning spell for Dijinn, also don't forget he has power of his own if he does not wish to come he won't come.

Here are the links about spellcasting, pointers on spells, studying tips and advice, visualizations, and some crystals you could use to help protect yourself.

1)http://www.spellsofmagic.com/read_post.html?post=829629

2)http://www.spellsofmagic.com/read_post.html?post=873455

3)http://www.spellsofmagic.com/read_post.html?post=876458

4)http://www.spellsofmagic.com/read_post.html?post=526472

5)http://www.spellsofmagic.com/coven_ritual.html?ritual=774&coven=245

Also, don't forget to really study this spirit talk to others who have worked with the spirit so you know what you're getting yourself into, also talk to people who work with spirits like these just so you won't be super surprised when you summon the spirit.

~Vozel

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Djinns are extremely power and tricky beings, you can't just cast a spell and viola! you've bound yourself an Efreet , it takes years and practice to even be able to reach a Djinn and not allow it to overpower you. You can google rituals and techniques but it still won't be enough unless you are prepared in every way to encounter one.
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Almost 80% of Djinn spells/rituals on the internet are plain fake. I don't believe that handling a Djinn is possible by any person, as only the experienced should try so, and this I say by experience. Also, it's something that peoples don't know, but Djinns are demons, so think a lot before getting into summoning one, as peoples summon them without having any idea 'which' Djinn they are summoning. The Djinns can only be controlled by their name and to establish your dominion. There are some cases where the Djinn has proven itself as polite and angelic, however this is something I don't want to promote, because better one should go working directly with angels, with a known name.
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There's this debate on beliefs that peoples believe as per many stories that the Djinns are here to help us. This is again something I disapprove, based on my experience till now.
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