How to identify a scam Raqi?

An honest Raqi will not give you rings, necklaces, amulets or talismans to protect you, even if they only contain Quran. They do not ask your full name, your mom’s name, date of birth or any of your personal belongings. They will not ask you to sit in the dark, not shower or wear a cross They can’t tell you who set up the sihr for you. An Islamic Raqi will not present himself as a spiritual Healer. An honest Raqi won’t make claims like reversing divorce marriage. They will not ask for pictures of your body. A legitimate Raqi, memorizes Quran by heart. He will not touch or write on the patient’s body. 

If a Raqi starts showing off by telling you about things in your own life that you never shared with him, you should leave and avoid him immediately. This means that they use Jinn who communicate with your Qarin (a Sheitan who is constantly around you). They do this to gain your trust and show you 

But Still, Why should I avoid magicians if they can heal me? Because they will not heal you. They may even put more Jinn in your way so they can blackmail you further for money. In some cases, consensual sexual exploitation occurs. That is not to say that there are not honest, honest, expert Raqi’s out there, but it could take a while to find the one. In addition, avoid Raqi’s who use scare tactics, like over glorifying the Jinn’s power, use complicated terms and concepts that you do not understand or make you feel that they have their very own proprietary recipe for treating you.

Note: the fact that some Raqi may know your symptoms by heart, to the point that they can tell you the symptoms you forgot to mention, does not mean that they will be able to treat you. They understand you, they know how you feel.. But they do not always know how to effectively treat it. They will provide you with a program to follow, then the program does not work. They then update your treatment program, you keep following up. You could spend the rest of your life in this circle.

Hint: Undereducated, superstitious people blame everything they don’t understand on Sihr. For example when somebody experiences vasovagal syncope, nausea and vomiting during Hijama they call it Metaphysical forces. These individuals are either ignorant or lying. In both cases they should be avoided. When it comes to Ruqia, ideally the Raqi should be physically present with you. They need to see your reactions. They need to monitor your eye, hand and feet movement, listen to changes in your voice. Online Raqi’s are not as effective. In addition, if a Raqi makes you come over and over again for many visits while you experience no improvement despite following their treatment program, they could scamming you for money. Sometimes the Raqi is what is wrong with you.