Los Genios Existen: Lo que no sabías sobre los Jinn
In this opportunity you will meet the Jinn, known in the West as geniuses, amazing beings that are part of Muslim beliefs. And of those who should know first than nothing; that exist as a phenomenon. Its only existence according to Muslims, It offers an explanation for many strange events or encounters with magical beings. So get ready, and join me in this adventure. Crossing mountains and sand storms in search of the Jinn. The world of geniuses is very broad and far from what popular culture considers as such. Etymologically, the term modern genius comes from the French genie, which is a translation of the Arabic word jinn … But what do the Muslim traditions tell us about the origin of these beings? it is related in the Qur’an, Allah breathed his spirit and created the man of clay, the angels of light and the Jinn of “scorching fire without smoke” for the sole purpose of being worshiped. However, like humans, the Jinn have free will, being able to choose at will do the right or wrong. Having in this way good and evil geniuses. Even so, the best way to describe them would be as totally unpredictable beings. The jinn are normally invisible to men. As its name suggests, already that this Arabic word comes from the verb “yanna”, and means to hide or disguise. The world of the Jinn, The barzaj, located between this world and that of the pure Spirit, belongs to an intermediate plane, that of the psyche or soul. The fact that they were created more of fire that of earth as men, allows them to possess more ethereal outer form, so that they can take various forms. Giving place to be more linked creations to the world of the psyche that of the physicist, and would explain why they can appear to the Man in different forms. In the same way as the elves or fairies of the West. They are generally kept hidden from humanity. But they can live together like a human society, within which they can relate, eat, drink, marry, have children and even die Something curious, is that the Jinn can choose to have different religions, They can be Muslims and follow the message of their prophets, or not do so. If it is a misguided Jinn, he can opt for redemption, abandoning his evil deeds, to become a true faithful. In spite of this, an important detail should not be overlooked and it is that these beings have their own nature and distinctive characteristics. In this way the Jinn are not all the same, can have different levels of power, alignments within their hierarchy, and stand out some on others regarding their immeasurable power, which can be used to do good as well as evil. as it may be for example; whisper to the souls of the people deceptive messages to submit to evil desires. However, as it is clear that these beings would be subject to the mandate of Ala and to render accounts for their acts when the time comes. The most prudent thing is to protect yourself by reciting the Verse of the Throne (Qur’an 2: 255) and the concluding three concluding chapters of the Qur’an (chapters 112-114). And in the case of possessions, since it is believed that they can take full control over Men, women, children. These geniuses are led out through a ritual called “ruqyah”, which consists in the recitation of the passages of the Qur’an. Something curious, is that the agent of possession, could be a Jinn that could be good or bad. It is said that jinn are controllable if they are magically linked to an object. But from here on we enter a thin line that feeds on popular tradition, demonology, magic etc. A dangerous terrain within Islam, within which is mentioned issues such as wishes, pacts or invocations to perform various tasks and services. A clear example is that of King Solomon, who is quoted as saying: “The Jinn were behind the human sages in the court of Solomon, who in turn they sat behind the prophets. The jinn remained in the service of Solomon, who he had put them in captivity and ordered them to perform a series of tasks … ” The belief in the jinn is very old … there are those who point out that it was even adopted by the Muslims and reinterpreted. Archaeological vestiges of this could be found in various regions, one of them in “Palmyra”, northwest of Arabia, where there is an Aramaic inscription in a town called “Beth Fasi’el”, where tribute was paid to a jinn, considered a good spirit and guardian of the place. This type of practices with tributary spirits, whether Jinns, Dijins, demigods or “spirits of nature” were quite frequent in antiquity. As regards the worship of the jinn and despite the fact that many may be kind or cooperative with men, The Qur’an is clear and rejects this practice, arguing that Allah is the only one who should be revered and worshiped. So far the adventure of today travelers … I hope this review about the Jinn you It has been interesting and allows you to discover other hidden aspects that hide behind the sands of the desert. Finally I invite you to subscribe, comment and share this video I’m Jonathan Janshon and see you in the next adventure.