س145: هل يجوز تعلّم السحر والعمل به؟ وكذلك إحضار الأرواح والملائكة والجنّ؟
ج: علم السحر حرام شرعاً، وكذا تعلّمه، إلاّ إذا كان لغرض عقلائي مشروع. وأما إحضار الأرواح والملائكة والجنّ فعلى فرض صحته وصدقه يختلف باختلاف الموارد والوسائل والأغراض.
Question 145: Is it allowed to learn and practice magic? And also bringing of souls, Angels and genies (Jinn)?
Answer: Knowledge of magic is haram according to the Shari’a, and likewise learning it. Except if it was for the purpose of lawful reasoning. And as for bringing of souls, Angels and genies, then assuming its soundness and its truth differs with the difference of resources and means and the purposes.
س146: ما هو حكم توجّه المؤمنين الى بعض الذين يقومون بالمعالجة عن طريق تسخير الأرواح والجنّ مع تيقّنهم بأنهم لا يفعلون إلا الخير؟
ج: لا مانع من ذلك في نفسه إذا كان فيه العلاج حقيقة بالطرق المحلّلة شرعاً.
Question 146: What is the ruling upon believers going to some people who cure by bringing souls and genies with conviction that they are not doing except good?
Answer: No objection in itself if there was real cure through lawful means.
Comment: & wallah we don’t know what is lawful in the view of these shia rafida’s.!!
When the Satanic secret soceities infiltrated Christian Kingdoms a few hundred years ago, they started to play with words too. They would refer to some acts of sorcery as “science”, others used the terms “black magic and white magic” – “black magic” being “illegal”.
Of course the truth was that there was never really any difference between “black and white”, these terms were simply used to make the Christian population think that their Governments were against magic and sorcery while at the same time they themselves would practice it. Whenever someone objected they would reply “dont worry it’s not black magic”.
Notice Khameini here says that contacting Jinn and using magic is Haram to reassure the people that he is a Muslim and forbids such acts, but then says if the right “resources” are used then it’s ok!!!
So there’s a “halal” way of doing it and a “haram” way, a “haram” and “halal” way of doing exactly the SAME thing, just like the so called “black” and “white” magic – a “black” way and a “white” way (black meant wrong and white meant right).