Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Black Magic? ECL met an exorcist - WW


The raw egg yolk had a brown powdery stuff in it.....

An acquaintance had a heart attack and fell into a coma while on holiday in Singapore 2 weeks ago. He then suffered a stroke. His wife was so worried and she went to all the major temples in Singapore to pray for her husband's recovery. People started recommending her to mediums.

She was told her husband was possessed by a female ghost who wanted him to keep her company in the other world. When I heard that she was looking for an exorcist, I stepped in. I'm not a superstitious person and I can't stand people being conned, so I agreed to help the poor woman who by this time was at her wit's end.

Trust the resourceful ECL to get a task done. hehehe...... I found an exorcist in Singapore.

When I accompanied the lady to see the exorcist, I felt uncomfortable when I saw the idols he was worshipping on his altar. The place was really creepy.

The dowsing rods moved apart , slowly......

The exorcist who also reads fortune and practise fengshui, used a pair of dowsing rods to detect for ghosts. I sat by the side, back to the wall, as far away from him as possible. Pointing the dowsing rods at my friend, he claimed he saw an elderly lady with her hair up in a bun, and wearing a grey flowery blouse following her.

He took a raw egg and rolled it over her head and back. When he cracked it open, there was a brown powdery stuff in the yolk, not on. He broke the yolk..... I touched the brown stuff, feeling it between my fingers. Weird.... powdery...... joss stick ashes? arghhhh.... smelly! How did it get into the yolk? *still scratching my head after 2 weeks*

The exorcist then wanted to go to my friend's house to read its Fengshui and exorcise it. It costs a couple of thousand dollars for that. I had to make an excuse to drag the poor lady away. He could be doing more harm than good.........

Sorry for the blur photos. They were secretly taken with my HP. Funny, these were the best shots, the others have something like a white fog over the pictures. Probably the elderly lady ghost was floating to and fro in front of my hp. :P *shudders*







59 comments:

  1. Woman! That sounds freaky alrite!!
    I wonder what's that powdery stuff @_@ *gulpz*
    How's ur friend doing now?

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  2. For a "Westcoastlife" hard to understand ! But why not if it helps !

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  3. napaboaniya,
    Her hubby has regain consciousness but the right side of the body is paralysed.

    I recommended her to see my Fengshui Master who would see the fengshui of her house on 2nd May. We hope to create positive qi for her hubby when he comes home from the hospital.

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  4. wah wah wah... the "lady" in "bun" must hv been standing in front of your hp leh...

    *hair raised*

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  5. Jeez that is scary. I wish your friend's husband well!

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  6. ok - that's just out and out creepy! hope her husband makes a positive recovery.

    happy ww.

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  7. Hope it worked/helped!! I would have been scared....
    !!
    http://maremag.blogspot.com/2008/04/wordless-wednesday-89-heart.html

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  8. Yolk sucked out with needle and then replaced with ash? Wild guess, but I better not guess too much, in case Buns hear about it!

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  9. so daring take photo ah...wait cast voodoo on you, how?

    haha...just kidding. Happy WW!

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  10. that's creepy!!!!
    do you think that the exorcist healed her husband?

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  11. hazel,
    Got. More scary one tomorrow. My own experience with a Thai Black Magic Master. *hair stands on ends*

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  12. Gattina,
    For the poor woman, she would try anything to cure her husband. It's heartbreaking to see her cry every time her hubby's mention.

    Some people are heartless, they take advantage of the unfortunate at such trying times.

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  13. My angel,
    I thought of that too... yerrrr.....
    *quick quick delete photos*

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  14. LB,
    There is no way to suck the yolk out through a small hole and then put it back into the shell!

    When he cracked the egg, the yolk was intact and the brown stuff was embedded inside the yolk. He poked the yoke and then the brown stuff flowed out. I saw with my own eyes.

    I didn't believe at first and I touched it... then smelled it. Very smelly - the brown powder.

    *looks left and right in case Buns hears it... takes out Bible...*

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  15. Yeah scary!how does the brown colored dust get inside in the eggyolk?hope he's fine now.

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    Happy WW!

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  16. That's interesting. I read one comment which said that perhaps the lady with the bun was standing in front of your HP - and that was seriously scary, LOL!

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  17. leonard,
    Have to take photos mah, I'm a blogger leh! The exorcist didn't allow but I secretly take. Want to see got trick anot mah, how I know the pics all fogged!

    Alamak! Will he cast a voodoo spell on me because I didn't let him earn the money? *trembles*

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  18. maiylah,
    No, I don't think it was the exorcist who healed my friend's hubby. We didn't let him do anything for the hubby.

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  19. this is scary...

    mine is up. hope you can check it out too.

    mine is up. hope you can check it out too:

    http://www.womenxplore.com/2008/04/wordless-wednesday-4-times-square-ny.html

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  20. Another magic show ah ? This time is close up magic and not stage magic isit?

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  21. scary. felt the goosebumps? anyway, did something good happened after the consultation? i mean, healing?

    Happy WW.

    thanks for dropping by.

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  22. nice catch for WW! mine's up too hope you can drop by.

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  23. Scary, nice you could manage some shots for the wordless. Happy WW! :)

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  24. Sounds scary stuff, but intriguing. Keep on sharing these anecdotes!

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  25. Oh...ECL, I had these experiences before many..many years ago...a friend took me to a malay bomoh...when i was quite sick for a peroid of time ....this man looks very respectable with a haji white hat...and he rolled an egg over my head too...after cracking the egg, he found many small needles inside..and told me i was charmed by someone....oh...how terrible ...but i was skeptical about it..and he came to my house to exorcise it...i can't remember how much i pay him...but not in thousands like this one....looking back now... i believe this is one of their magic tricks in conning people of their money...

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  26. That elderly woman with the bun is a real bitch!!

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  27. Spooky! Happy WW and thanks so much for stopping by!

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  28. Was is the powder? did you ask? Can''t say it right nor wrong? some people have this belief. Great stuff again. reason that i need to search your name on the list. Happy WW!

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  29. good thing you were there to talk her out of the $2,000 for the home visit. Sounds like a real scam. Great story though. Happy WW

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  30. Three or four years ago I went to someone like that with my mother. She was convinced that the exorcist lady could cure my sickness (we are not going into that today, hehe). Before my turn, the other girl was sick with swollen stomach. She rolled an egg brought by the girl's family on her belly and cracked it open. Guess what came out. A scorpion! I didn't see it. But the father of the girl recorded the process in his phone and showed it to us when he came out. Is that creepy or what?

    Sounds like black magic to me! Btw, she didn't charge us anything. Payment is voluntary.

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  31. it was so nice of you to accompany the poor lady. i hope her hubby gets better soon..

    My WW Entry

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  32. I hope this man finds healing and his wife, peace of mind.

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  33. Interesting story...I wish the pics were a little more clear. It was hard to see them. Happy WW and thanks for stopping by:)

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  34. Oh mine ... it is creepy. You sure the egg has not be "handled". Last time when young, I was used to have this egg-and-flour war during A-level in UK. Usually we used fresh eggs. At times we specially "prepare" an egg by poking a tiny hole and left it under a bulb for 2 weeks. It turned very bad and smelly ...

    Hey, trying to find you at Facebook. I tried your real name (erm) and couldn't quite find you. And then I found one with your picture in pink. Is that you or an imposer of you? Wanted to add you.

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  35. Wow, that sounds like the beginning of a movie...creepy!

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  36. That sounds like a scary experience. I hope the procedure will have positive effects. I really hope that your colleague will recover from the stroke.

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  37. I guess you have to really believe, or be too desperate in order to require the services of these people. I know I would never go for something like that, but I respect those who do.

    My post is here. Happy WW!

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  38. You are resourceful to be able to take those photos secretly, and find an exorcist in the first place!

    I was wondering whether the exorcist is basically someone who knows how to play with the psychology of their clients, so that in some ways, their placebo intervention ends up with a positive outcome?
    I don't really know the answer but the exorcist feels eerie from the way you've described.

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  39. ECL,

    Could it be the egg is not a fresh/raw one? It could be an expired egg, or egg treated with some sort of process..

    But the foggy photo thing really freaks me out..

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  40. Oh my gosh, eastcoast, what happens now? You can't leave me hanging... does the husband get better, does he follow the lady to the other life? Tell me! :D

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  41. I like your secret photos - and the fact that the others had a white haze is totally cool. I don't doubt there was a spirit hanging around the ill man and his wife - usually a close call like that will have those from the other side coming near in case they need to greet the departing soul. It's not really scary if you think of it like that. But I'm very glad he made some recovery. Fixing his home before he comes back from hospital sounds like a good idea.

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  42. Take a look at this supernatural photos with 48 comments and 15000 views:

    http://singaporeseen.stomp.com.sg/singaporeseen/viewContent.jsp?id=6231

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  43. Thanks for your visit and comment!
    Uh...I think a lot of this is in one's mind. If you believe, it works. Jesus said, "If you have faith the size of a mustard seed..."
    Personally, I don't believe in "black magic." But there are some strange unexplained things in the universe.
    I'll say a pray for your friend's husband...
    ~~~Blessings~~~

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  44. If you ever find out what the brown stuff is, let us know. I think your photos are cool.

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  45. Whoa! You are far more brave than I. I'd be too scared to even think of taking pics.

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  46. Wish your friend's husband a speedy recovery.

    You very daring hor... I don't think I dare to take out my hp to snap pics :)

    I heard about that something spotted in the eggs. Apparently they use a needle and insert the thing in, that's why it is powdery (powder easier). But not sure how true that is.

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  47. Wow great post. I would be uneasy visiting someone like that.

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  48. Imagine u went visiting him at late night! *shudders at the thought*

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  49. Hey ECL, should have borrowed my HP! heh heh!! Interesting, love reading about the occult!! :)

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