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Wednesday, 17 November 2010

Symptoms And Black Magic Bad Effects

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Identifying the symptoms and bad effects of ghost Pollution.
Continuous illness. All medical treatments fail.
Constant worries, Suicidal tendencies, or Desire to move away from home and family.
Continuous illness of any member of the family.
Tiredness and weakness like M.E.
Eating disorders associated with obesity and anorexia.
Being short tempered. Sterility, without any physical deficiency or without any medical reason.
Repeated miscarriages or death of children.
Sudden unnatural deaths in the family.
Problems in the construction of new houses, new factory or any other building.
Shortness of money, in spite of hard labour.
No desire to live. Feels suffocated. Life seems useless.
Apathy, no desire to rise In Life.
Achievement of objectives seems impossible.
Sudden quarrels between brothers or the members of the family, without any reason.
Unexpected loss in the business of property.
Ill health and under development of children.
Loss of peace due to the fear of enemies and their evil Designs.
Discord between spouses or the family.
Greatest efforts always resulting in failure.
Lack of Govt, favours, promotions and the desired raises or transfers.
Poverty, in spite of hard work.
Mental disorders - Insanity - Craziness.
These are some effects which prove that one is under the spell of the supernatural or black magic.
Even though Intelligent, one still fails to find solutions to such problems.
It is only due to "Black Works" that all your wisdom, all your strategies and all your intelligence fails.

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