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Blockages in life do not form in a vacuum. If bad influence is evident in your lifestyle, you may have fallen victim to witchcraft. Whether you turned to healers or Kabbalistic numerologists who claimed such action was made, or if it is your own experience, to remove witchcraft, it is cardinal to contact a professional and qualified professional.

Samuel Zohar Yanai specializes in removing black magic and all forms of witchcraft. The diagnosis and advice for removing witchcraft are conducted via WhatsApp or video call, ensuring no need for your physical presence. This witchcraft removal process is tailored to suit all faiths and religions worldwide, ensuring it aligns with your needs.

The witchcraft removal ceremony takes place between 2 and 4 in the morning and requires a focus on complete isolation, and does not require your physical presence, so the witchcraft removal is effective for every person in the world.

How do you know if you’re a victim of witchcraft?

How can you know if you are a victim of witchcraft? If you feel that your luck has been blocked for a long time, if fears and anxieties plague you, or if complex and disturbing thoughts cause you grief and sadness, these are some of the signs that you are a victim of witchcraft.
These phenomena are not always an indication that you are a victim of witchcraft.

Samuel Zohar Yanai, an expert kabbalistic healer and witch doctor, explains how to know if you are a victim of witchcraft and how to identify the signs.

Skeptics tend to scoff at concepts such as “witchcraft” as being nothing more than fantasies or superstitions. However, sometimes, we experience phenomena or events that we cannot explain. When the influence of negative energy

The following are signs that you are a victim of witchcraft:

To know if you are a victim of witchcraft, you need to approach things comprehensively and be willing to examine things in detail. The signs are liable to differ drastically according to the character and objective of the spell. However, there are some indications that you are a victim of witchcraft or affected by the evil eye or a curse.

• sudden unexplained changes in your thoughts, feelings, or behavior

• feelings of intense anger, restlessness, irritability, anxiety, or depression without any evident reason

A significant decrease in your motivation

 negative or obsessive thoughts and frequent nightmares.

A person who is a victim of witchcraft lets negative energy and obstructions into his or her life. Events of lousy luck occur frequently. Many people do not see these things connected because they occur in many different areas of their lives. However, these things may have a mystic source.

 have you quarreled frequently with people who are dear to you?

 have you suffered injuries or accidents for mysterious reasons?

• have you experienced difficulties in your livelihood or career?

if you have suffered from numerous misfortunes or calamities within a short period, there is a good chance that you are a victim of witchcraft.

Many people who are victims of witchcraft report a significant and uncharacteristic loss or gain in weight and many physical difficulties or pains that have no medical explanation.

 above all, chronic fatigue and a sense of confusion are the most common signs of witchcraft.

It is also essential to pay attention to your intuition and sensations. If you have a strong feeling that something is not right, or if you suspect that mysterious forces are pursuing you or that you have lost control of your life, you are likely a victim of a dark spell someone has cast on you.

Suppose you are a victim of a spell someone has cast on you. In that case, it is essential to ensure that you are accompanied by a suitable professional who is an expert with thorough knowledge of the mystical world and has good characteristics.

He will help you identify the source of the spell, determine its type according to the signs, and construct a precise plan that will enable you to restore control of your life.

How does witchcraft influence the feelings of a bewitched person?

Spells can influence all areas of life, from personal aspects to feelings and moods. They can create obstacles between a person and his or her spouse and family, harm existing relationships, and even hinder the person’s livelihood, employment, and business activities.

A person who is a victim of witchcraft suffers from a constant sense of emotional distress and disconnection from reality. Victims of witchcraft view their lives as hopeless. It is, therefore, essential to deal with the situation promptly.

What are the emotional symptoms of a bewitched person?

The emotional symptoms of a bewitched person are also expressed in his or her physical and mental health. Acute feelings of distress are translated into mental stress that is liable to cause anxiety, difficulties functioning, and medical problems that result from tension.

In some instances, a person’s livelihood and ability to work are also harmed, and they may have difficulty having children.

Stop being a victim of witchcraft now!

Removing a spell from a person who has fallen victim to an act of witchcraft involves a complex process because they are frequently harmed emotionally. It is, therefore, essential to consult with a spiritual black magic healer with expertise in kabbalah before taking any steps.

Samuel Zohar Yanai, an expert in removing spells, invites you to a consultation to assess your situation and recommend the precise solution to your condition. Samuel will accompany you throughout the healing process, using his extensive knowledge of kabbalistic wisdom and expertise in the codes of the Zohar while adhering to the laws of halacha.

Samuel will ensure your welfare until the spell and negative energy are eliminated. For more information, call now or send a message by email or WhatsApp.

signs of witchcraft can appear in various areas of people’s lives. Signs of witchcraft can be physical or mental and can involve unexplained phenomena in a person’s body, personal life, livelihood, or other areas.

How can signs of witchcraft be identified? For example, a person can feel unlucky in everything he or she touches or does. It is not logical that everything a person does is blocked or that nothing in his or her life is proceeding as it should. Another sign of witchcraft is a person feeling unwell over some time, but the results of general medical examinations do not show anything abnormal.

What are other signs that we may be bewitched? Samuel Zoharyanai, an expert in solid spells, explains the signs of witchcraft.

Signs of witchcraft appear in all areas of life.

Signs of witchcraft include sudden disturbances in sleep, such as sudden awakening or feelings of panic. Disturbances in eating patterns, such as lack of appetite, can also occur, and a person’s livelihood can be affected by continuous periods of unemployment or unexpected financial problems. These and other unexplained continuous disruptions in a person’s life routine are liable to indicate the effects of witchcraft.

Energetic signs of witchcraft

Signs of witchcraft can appear when the spell’s negative energy influences the energetic fabric in a person’s environment. These can involve problems with tools or machines in a person’s home, breakdowns in the person’s car, or problems with electrical appliances caused by the spell’s negative energy when it is working and doing harm.

Signs of witchcraft in the bewitched person’s behavior

changes in behavior are liable to appear among all members of the family. Difficulties and frequent quarrels can arise, particularly those regarding the person. Arbitrary quarrels can erupt in relationships between usually healthy and stable partners. These things are liable to indicate signs of witchcraft. The spell’s negative energy can hinder relations between couples and upset the mental state of both partners and their children.

Physical and emotional weakness, a sense of uncontrolled obsession, and unexplained pain in a person’s body are liable to indicate this type of energetic attack.

It is essential to seek the help of a spiritual healer who is an expert in kabbalah and halacha to ensure that the signs of witchcraft are correctly identified. The healer can carry out a precise, personally tailored program to provide an effective solution. Samuel Zohar Yanai invites you to begin a fundamental process that will restore balance to your life. Contact us here for additional information.

Can Kabbalistic numerologists remove witchcraft?

Many today turn to numerologists for assistance with blockages and difficulties. However, this process does not always yield results.

1. Numerologists do not have the proper knowledge to remove witchcraft. Such practice requires knowledge of the Kabbalistic codes, and numerology is only a small and limited part of this field.

2. A person who only studied the Theory of letters but is not familiar with the depths of Kabbalah will not be able to cope with such a task.

3. Removing witchcraft without a profound knowledge of the human energetic structure is impossible.

4. Today, numerous “on the fly” Kabbalistic numerology training programs can be completed in a few weeks. Such superficial knowledge does not make it possible to understand the profound power of the letters and certainly not to make practical use of them at such a level. To remove witchcraft, you require an expert in the field.

It should be clarified that Samuel Zohar Yanai, A kabbalah healing specialist, strongly opposes the casting of harmful spells. There will be no possibility of mobilizing his forces for these purposes, but only to remove adverse energetic effects.

Remove witchcraft effectively using my unique services.

The entire process of removing witchcraft is backed by knowledge acquired over the years in esoterica and Kabbalistic literature. The process requires solitude and a deep communion with the spiritual world; therefore, it is conducted without your presence. To ensure effectiveness, I adapt the entire service to your needs, circumstances, and principles of faith in absolute discretion.

Close accompaniment to a complete spell removal

It is impossible to remove witchcraft in just one encounter. Such a promise is doomed to failure. To ensure a reliable answer is received, I accompany you through a personalized process and repeat the actions and spell removal every thirty days until the energy blockages are eliminated.

Removal of all types of adverse effects

I do not just remove witchcraft but curses, the evil eye, and ill wishes. After complete removal, I perform energetic defenses to prevent a repeated attack.

Strengthening the body, mind, and support circles

Witchcraft significantly impacts the various aspects of our lives. To help you recover and get stronger, I recommend using vitamins and herbs tailored to your needs. I also provide business advice and personal coaching. Every field of knowledge I am proficient in is available throughout the process.

Renewing the flow of positive energy

After I remove witchcraft actions, I reopen the blocked energy channels.

Why is it essential to remove witchcraft as soon as possible?

Only persistence and quick response can guarantee success. With each passing day, the spell intensifies and destroys every healthy spot. Contact an expert who will fully accompany you to stop this opposing force. Although I cannot help you cast a spell on others, I will use all the tools at my disposal to help you restore the forces of good into your life.

For more information, an answer to any question, or to schedule a consultation, you can contact us now on the website, WhatsApp, or by phone.

How to remove Witchcraft on your own: A Step-by-Step Guide

While seeking professional help is always recommended for dealing with witchcraft, there are steps you can take on your own to protect yourself and break curses.

Here is a comprehensive guide on how to get rid of witchcraft on your own.

Step 1: Recognize the Signs

Before taking action, it’s essential to identify if you are indeed affected by witchcraft. Look for the following signs:

  • Sudden and unexplained changes in thoughts, feelings, or behavior.
  • Intense feelings of anger, restlessness, irritability, anxiety, or depression without a clear cause.
  • Negative or obsessive thoughts and frequent nightmares.
  • Chronic fatigue and a sense of confusion.
  • Unexplained physical symptoms and a sense of being pursued by negative energy.

Step 2: Strengthen Your Spiritual and Mental Defenses

  1. Meditation and Prayer:

    • Meditate daily to clear your mind and strengthen your inner peace.
    • Use protective prayers or affirmations to shield yourself from negative energy.
  2. Create a Protective Space:

    • Cleanse your living space using sage, incense, or other purifying herbs.
    • Keep your home environment positive with light, uplifting music, and positive affirmations.
  3. Visualization Techniques:

    • Visualize a protective shield of light surrounding you.
    • Imagine cutting any energetic cords or connections to negative influences.

Step 3: Use Natural Remedies and Tools

  1. Salt Protection:

    • Sprinkle salt around your home’s perimeter to create a protective barrier.
    • Take salt baths to cleanse your energy and remove negative influences.
  2. Herbs and Crystals:

    • Use herbs like sage, rosemary, or frankincense for protection.
    • Carry protective crystals such as black tourmaline, amethyst, or clear quartz.
  3. Amulets and Talismans:

    • Wear protective amulets or talismans to ward off negative energy.
    • Keep these items close to you, especially during high stress or vulnerability.

Step 4: Perform a DIY Spell Removal Ritual

  1. Preparation:

    • Choose a quiet, undisturbed place for your ritual.
    • Gather necessary items: candles, salt, protective herbs, crystals, and a bowl of water.
  2. Ritual Steps:

    • Light a white candle for purity and protection.
    • Sprinkle salt in a circle around you and place the protective herbs and crystals within the circle.
    • Say a protective prayer or affirmation, asking to remove any negative energy or spells.
    • Dip your fingers in the water bowl and sprinkle it around you, visualizing the water cleansing away any negativity.
    • Extinguish the candle and dispose of the salt and herbs outside your home.

Step 5: Maintain Positive Energy

  1. Daily Affirmations:

    • Repeat positive affirmations daily to maintain a strong, positive mindset.
  2. Healthy Lifestyle:

    • Maintain a healthy lifestyle with balanced nutrition, regular exercise, and sufficient sleep.
  3. Positive Relationships:

    • Surround yourself with positive, supportive people who uplift and encourage you.

Step 6: Seek Knowledge and Continuous Learning

  1. Educate Yourself:

    • Read books and articles on spiritual protection and self-healing.
    • Attend workshops or online courses to learn more about protective practices.
  2. Stay Vigilant:

    • Continuously monitor your energy and environment for signs of negative influences.
    • Regularly cleanse and protect your space and energy.

What is a regenerative spell?

A regenerative spell is designed to create repeated negative energetic actions. Such a spell is usually repeated every 30 days and spreads more and more after the initial hit. The continuous action over time strengthens the spell on the one hand and prevents attempts to remove witchcraft on the other. To remove this type of spell, it is essential to contact an expert in the field who can provide a long-term solution.

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Witchcraft in various Jewish denominations

In the numerous and diverse Jewish communities, and especially in the European diaspora, the Middle East and North Africa, diverse witchcraft traditions developed and became an integral part of the way of life and the principles of belief in such societies. These spells were in most cases intended for protection only and only in rare cases were used to harm another, since such action is prohibited by the Torah.

Witchcraft among Babylonian Jews

White magic customs were commonly practiced in Babylonian Judaism starting from the sixth century AD.

These traditions were adopted from the Mandaeans, an ethnic group living in southern Iraq on the banks of the Tigris and Euphrates.

Their religion consists of principles of the three monotheistic religions. Even today, there is a Mandaean community in that area. Although they do not adopt any prophet from these religions, they have adopted several customs from the different religions, such as five prayers a day, wearing a Talis, and baptism.

According to the belief, the Mandaeans have mighty mystical powers. They are the ones who developed the swearing and capture bowls. These bowls were only prepared by rabbis and Jewish mystics and placed in basements or beside baby beds. The Jews from Babylon adopted the customs and used them to draw Jewish prayers and illustrations of demons inside the bowls. The use of the seven bowls stopped in the 11th-12th century.

Also, it is customary to this day to remove witchcraft and the evil eye using a ceremony known as “Rasisiyeh,” in which a Kabbalah person knowledgeable in the field takes several lead balls (usually seven), melts them in a spoon and pours them into a bowl of water that is rotated over the patient’s head while saying swears and prayers. The ceremony provides defense against the evil eye and spells that harm relationships, income, and health. This is a magical action for protection only.

Another custom that began around the eighth century AD is the amulet stones. Amulets were made from gems blessed by a magician or rabbi and placed on the heads of the blessed (often young children with unexplained problems).

The prayer was performed once or three times. A text written on parchment was added to the stone and written precisely by hand as a virtue for protection. The stones were put together with the text of the prayer into a sewn cloth bag, and it was forbidden ever to open it. This amulet was placed at the head of the bed, under the mattress, or on the pillow. It provided self-confidence, improved awareness and coping skills, and summoned angelic assistance against those who cast the spell or the evil eye.

Witchcraft in North African Judaism

Similar witchcraft traditions were significant in all North African communities from Libya to Morocco (except for Egypt, which was influenced by the customs of Iraq and Syria). This trend accelerated after the Muslim conquest in the seventh to eighth centuries.

Shchur

The Shchur is still familiar among Jews and Muslims from North Africa. It is a dark and harmful spell that causes blockages or curses on another person (usually on young women). It harms men’s virility and is intended to protect women’s virginity, in other cases causing barrenness or summoned calamities. The spell was performed using fabrics and wool, summoning and swearing demons using impure and dark substances. It is a dark and dangerous mystical ritual that can also lead to death.

Bchur

Communities used Bchur, a diverse mixture of perfumes of plant origin, resin, and sometimes delicate metals such as copper or zinc, to remove witchcraft, such as Shchur. The rabbi or mage used these materials for secret rituals designed to remove the Shchur.

In North African traditions, incense was widely used and considered a physically and mentally purifying substance. The incense or “mascot” (with a grainy texture or in various processing of white-leaved savory) was incensed by burning the material and was used to purify houses, offices, businesses, and people from curses, demons, and various witchcraft that were performed.

According to the belief, the incense neutralizes and drives away evil spirits, demons, and negative thoughts of the person himself. This practice later spread to the Jews of Syria, Egypt, and Iraq.

Witchcraft among Eastern European Jews

Belief in witchcraft and strategies to remove witchcraft developed among the Jews of Eastern Europe (especially Poland, Romania, and a little in Russia) during the 13th-14th centuries and reached its peak in the 18th century.

The widespread belief was that witchcraft was possessed by evil spirits (“Dibuk”) that entered accidentally or on purpose to destroy the human soul. Dealing with the possession was conducted through Kabbalistic prayers or from the Gemara, fasts, or contributions to the Tzaddik, who performed removal processes.

Samuel Zohar Yanai invites you to stop the mask of suffering and restore balance to your life. For more details on removing a solid spell, leave information on the website, WhatsApp, or phone us now.

What is demonic incantation?

Demonic incantation is a negative action performed by sorcerers to control negative energies, harnessing the power and names of demons for personal benefit.

This act is forbidden according to Kabbalah and entails enormous risks to the caster’s safety. Even today, in the modern era, many spiritual advisors and healers perform dangerous actions that are prohibited, according to Kabbalah. These services must be avoided to prevent aggravation and suffer financial and energetic damages requiring complex black magic removal.

What is a witch-hunt?

Witch-hunting is a general term that describes a worldwide phenomenon spreading over hundreds of years, in which women suspected of witchcraft were caught, imprisoned, and even executed.

In Middle Eastern cultures, women were probably endowed with magical powers, but these were not as widespread as male sorcerers. There are pretty scarce testimonies about women who practiced witchcraft among pagan religions like Canaanites, Phoenicians, etc. This activity often involved prostitution as part of the ritual. Since this was a negligible phenomenon and mostly considered normative in temples, there is also no substantial evidence of witch-hunting in these cultures.

Witch-hunting in Greek mythology

Witch-hunting is evident in Greek mythology. Two prominent Greek goddesses practiced witchcraft. One was Hecate, a powerful goddess with three heads (one of them a frog’s head).

Hecate was responsible for marriage breakdowns, delays, and various mishaps in human life. Her descendants are the Empousas, considered the vampires’ ancestors. It is said she is Medea’s grandmother, inhabiting Hades’ underworld.

The other is Circe, who was a better-known witch. According to some versions, she was Hecate’s daughter. Circe had the immense power to turn humans into animals, sink ships, and kill. All this is done through spells, concoctions, casting curses, and various magical actions. Eventually, Odysseus defeats her.

Other well-known witches in mythology include Adrasteia, the Gorgons, and the Amazons.

There are numerous depictions of dangerous and daring witch hunts in Greek mythology. Humans, some of whom were demi-gods, went on actual battles against witches to hunt them down, equipped with their body’s strength, the blessing of the gods, and partnership with brave warriors who stood by their side.

Witch-hunting in Judaism

In the Jewish tradition, from its beginning, because it is a monotheistic religion that forbids idolatry, there is an explicit command to kill witches. Even King Shaul, who sought assistance from the witch of Endor, killed many witches during his rule.

Likewise, centuries later, Shimon ben Shatach, the Sanhedrin’s president, traps eighty witches in a cave and, with his pupils’ help, kills them all. In the Talmud, it is said that the Sanhedrin sentenced Yohani Bat Retibi to death, who was a particularly harmful witch who engaged in delaying and preventing births at her own will or for a fee.

On the other hand, it is known, according to historical sources, that the Samaritan religion and the Samaritans in general, who made up the majority of the population in the Land of Israel in the fifth-seventh centuries, had zero tolerance towards witchcraft and used to kill witches and sorcerers almost indiscriminately.

As Judaism spread across worldwide communities, the use of witchcraft and curses expanded. The phenomenon is widespread in the communities of Turkey, Greece, and the Balkans.

Jewish women who were considered witches were neither persecuted nor put at the stake. They were mostly young widows, either too pretty or unusually ugly, whose husbands died mysteriously. Sometimes, these women socialized with gentiles, even though they were not prostitutes. Even though they were considered witches, the communities did not persecute or harm them, but they were ostracized.

In the North African and Middle Eastern communities, however, Jewish people did use witches almost openly. Witchcraft was used for harmful purposes, protection, creating amulets, removing curses and the evil eye, and personal and family blessings. In these communities, witches were respected but also feared.

Witch-hunting in Islam

As in Eastern Judaism, the witch-hunting phenomenon is almost non-existent in Islamic cultures, and in some communities, witches were even revered. Muslim witches were considered extremely powerful.

The reason for this lies primarily in the Bedouin influence (the pagan origin of coffee and stone reading) and also due to the great conquests. Therefore, the phenomenon intensified during the Ottoman Empire, partly due to the encounter with the Gypsies, which influenced the world of Muslim witchcraft even more.

Witch-hunting in Christianity

In the Christian world, though, the witch-hunt is considered a common and accepted phenomenon. It began in the days of the Inquisition, which issued a series of instructions on this matter all over Europe from Spain to Germany, starting in the 14th century. During this period and all over Europe, many witch-hunts have commenced. In some cases, there were indeed women who practiced black magic. However, most of them were unhappy, lonely, or distraught young women who were used as scapegoats.

Sometimes, witch-hunts were also conducted against mystic healers or women who isolated themselves or lived in remote groups and brewed natural remedies and power potions for a fee. Some of them even held curse rituals and cast harmful spells for money.

In the context of this phenomenon, two major historical events are worth mentioning:

Inquisitor Heinrich Kramer published “The Witches’ Hammer” (Malleus Maleficarum) in the 15th century. In the book, Kramer describes locating witches and sorcerers and casting curses and spells. Kramer claims in the book that most of those who practice this are Christian witches who have sinned or non-Christian witches.

Bamberg witch trials – a series of witch-hunts and witch trials that took place in Bamberg district in Germany starting in 1626 for nearly a decade and in which about a thousand witches were put to the stake.

Do you need assistance in removing black magic? Samuel Zohar Yanai applies various kabbalistic techniques to thoroughly and individually remove negative energetic effects. For more details and to schedule a call, contact us now on the website, by phone, or via WhatsApp.

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