A guy from Britain’s home counties (just outside London) got in touch with me a year or so back. For privacy reasons, I’ll call him Mohamed. He said: “A Jadoo spell is ruining my life, everything is turning to bad because of this hex. I dunno what to do. Can you help?”
Being a British Asian and Muslim, Mohamed was a bit wary of contacting me. From what I understand, the Koran forbids the use of magic and spells. But clearly, as he felt certain a nefarious relative had placed a Jadoo (the word for magic in the East) on him, he had to do something to remedy the situation.
Mohamed knew I’d got a personal interest in Sufisim – a mystical sect at the heart of Islam and for some also a universal spiritual way pre-dating Islam. So he felt that I would understand any misgivings he had about involving himself in sorcery to dispel the Jadoo hex.
We decided the best way to fight off the bad Jadoo work was to fix up an Extreme Voodoo Curse Removal Spell.
For voodoo curse removal workings (which have roots in southern states voodoo conjure), I go to a local place of power – and perform a complex and exacting ritual over a number of days, along with conjuring up a powerful spirit to cleanse and rid you of all the bad work and negativity that is upon you.
Within a few weeks of my performing the Extreme Voodoo Curse Removal Spell, Mohamed’s luck began to pick up. This in turn brought him renewed confidence, which meant he approached life more positively.
Eventually, he concluded that the Jadoo hex had been completely removed, and he was able to get on with his life in a relaxed, happy way – the dark burden that had been plaguing him was gone. He’d fought like with like to be rid of the Jadoo hex.