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PostSubject: Tradition belief in Amulets   Mon Jan 26, 2015 10:24 pm

Although Islam denounced irrational customs and traditions, superstitious beliefs and practices remained popular among all social classes from all religious backgrounds. Muslims, Christians and Jews, of both sexes and every age, believed in the power of amulet (hamail), talismans (tilsum) or charms (sihir) of some kind.

Indeed, charms and magical formulas covered the smallest contingencies of daily life.
The most common charms were “of stone or metal, strips of paper, parchment, leather, and gems, which were specially valuable as talismans. Writings of any kind, particularly those containing verses of the Quran, were popularly regarded as a charm of greatest magic and power. The “best talisman of all” was a copy of the holy Quran; “sometimes a small one was worn in an embroidered leather or velvet case carried on a silk cord which passed over the left shoulder and across the body; very powerful too were the ninety-nine names of God. But many other written charms included the names of saints and angels, or magic squares, or diagrams and combinations of numerals and sometimes the words of an incantation were interpolated between the verses of the Fatiha. These written charms „were worn by adults and children, hung on cradles and round the neck or on the foreheads of animals, and suspended in houses and shops ; in fact they were used everywhere as protection from evil.“ Written charms and incantations were used to exorcise evil spirit (jinns), procure aid from unknown powers, separate a boy and a girl who had fallen in love, prevent a man from leaving his wife for antother woman, and cure a serious ailment.
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PostSubject: Re: Tradition belief in Amulets   Mon Jan 26, 2015 10:24 pm

The use of amulets was justified by a saying of Mohammed: "There is no wrong in using charms and spells so long as you do not associate anything with God!".

The Turkish word “muska” comes from the Arabic word “nuskhah”. It was transferred into Turkish in the form of muska. It is called “hurz” in North Africa, “hamaya”, “hafiz” or “maaza” in East Arabia, “tilsum”, “hamajlija”, “hodžino pismo” in Bosnia, “muska”, “nusha” or “hamail” in Turkish.

Those who prepare Hamail (or Muska) are, in most cases, acquainted with astrology, astronomy and geomancy, with the aid of which they fix up the auspicious hour. In geomancy, dots and lines have their own significance. The time for writing an amulet is fixed. Mysterious signs and words are used as spells, while numbers and human and animal figures play an important role. Magic words, formulae, the different names of God, and of angels, sentences from the Quran, etc., engraved on square-sized metal (silver) plate, or on paper or on silk, and written over in saffron coloured or black ink, and sprinkled in certain cases with perfume or rose-water , form the staple of amulets and charms in use. These are worn on the body after some formality, so that the possessor may be sure of its effect. The day and hour for putting on a tilsum is fixed by the writer, and women wear it in their necklaces, or as part of a head ornament. Some tilsum are made with a definite object in view, for example, for a disease or to attract one's beloved or as a safeguard against evil genii. Some are used for securing general good also.

Many amulets are used primarily for protection against the evil eye (al- 'ain, al-nazra, al-hasad), the jinn, and the 'afarit. The widespread belief in the existence of the mysterious power of evil is justified by passages in the Qur'an and the prophetic traditions (hadith).

These magical formulae and signs include the “highest name of Allah“ or „ismillahil-asma“, as well as combinations of the seven letters of the Arabic alphabet that do not appear in the first chapter of the Qur'an. These seven letters refer to the seven kings of the jinn as well as to a cosmological system that does not need to be examined here because it is largely unknown to the general population and is in fact reserved for a small number od specialists.

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1. The ink used for writing amulets is saffron water, rose water, orange water, the juice of onions, water from the sacred well of Zem Zem, and sometimes even human blood.

2. Frankincense and coriander played an important role during magic rituals. Coriander is called teffah l-jinn, «the apples of the jinn.»
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