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|Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by nairalee(m): 6:07am On Jan 21, 2020|
If juju is real as many Nigerians believe and coupled with the numerous diabolic people and their claims, why can't they use it to destroy Boko Haram once and for all?
Why can't all the juju men collaborate together and concoct a ballistic juju and fire Boko Haram wherever they are once and far all?
Till this is done let them all shove their claims and beliefs in their back pockets cos I ain't buying
|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by ATTemi: 6:25am On Jan 21, 2020|
Somethings are without explanation.
The fact we don’t apply it in fighting insurgents doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist!
|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by Davash222(m): 6:30am On Jan 21, 2020|
Ignorance is a deadly disease!
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|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by RiyadhGoddess(f): 7:03am On Jan 21, 2020|
Can somebody NAK this OP juju make we know whether juju is fake or real. Ki enikan ju ATA sara OP. OP submit yourself for experiment...
Olorun oni jeki owo aye ba wa ooo.
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|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by petnuel(m): 8:01am On Jan 21, 2020|
You bad ooo
|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by joyandfaith: 8:15am On Jan 21, 2020|
fear of juju is more potent than juju itself. thanks to rumour and movies.
|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by kingxsamz(m): 9:48am On Jan 21, 2020|
What is your proof that it exists?
|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by kingxsamz(m): 9:52am On Jan 21, 2020|
Let's be honest.
Even you don't know if it exists.
Your belief is based on the fact that you grew up in a society which believes in this hogwash.
Prove the op wrong or forever hold your peace.
|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by leke12(m): 11:10am On Jan 21, 2020|
nairalee:Juju is real so is magic and psychic powers. You said the white man doesnt believe in juju then it is not real, but u watch merlin, lord of the rings and legend of the seeker made by them. they practice free mason and illuminati with wicannism but u practice ogboni and juju. They discredit your own and says its bullshit, that there is noting like ifa but they have state certified spirit medium and psychics. My brother who is fooling who? the same way they discredit African culture and history, dont be fooled, the highest spiritual or psychic powers reside in the East and West.
Have practice wiccanism where i studied under black and white witches, as a yoruba man I was scared, though am off the coven now. African juju is powerful but still weak compare to the whites.
|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by osemoses1234(m): 11:16am On Jan 21, 2020|
nairalee:who know go no know you don hear of blow and fall before
|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by DoubleEngine007: 11:47am On Jan 21, 2020|
nairalee:If u hear where juju man dey.. Go meet any string juju man and tell am say his juju is fake and you can destroy his shrine and nothing will happen.. . Start scattering the shrine right there,and watch if you no go mad comot there.. Them never nack this one jazz
|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by RiyadhGoddess(f): 2:40pm On Jan 21, 2020|
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I really do not understand how people come on line to prove points that they know nothing of or not sure of. What happens to reading and moving on if you know nothing about it or the person Must everyone comment By the way, you are referring to the daughter of a renown herbalist okay.
I won't talk on Juju because I do not glorify or give Satan accolades.
Believe what you want to believe biko.
|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by daddyp76(m): 5:15pm On Jan 21, 2020|
Omode o mo oogun o n pee le fo�
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|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by kingxsamz(m): 8:19pm On Jan 21, 2020|
This is a discussion thread, and as such, opinions and thoughts should be shared.
The Op has stated something to disprove the existence of 'juju'. Now, instead of you to explain and give reasons why the Op is wrong or right, you're saying something else.
You should have taken your own advice
Since you knew you won't give any valuable point.
It's not by force to comment.
This is a thread to either support or counter the Op.
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|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by kingxsamz(m): 8:29pm On Jan 21, 2020|
All you wrote are just stories.
And it is too bad that you can't differentiate between fiction and real life.
And also, does the fact that white people practice witchcraft prove its existence?
Whether the black or white race practice these things does not matter, what matters is proof.
At least if you claim to have the ability to do something, or if you claim that something exists, then you should be able to back it up with proof, if not it's all hogwash.
|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by kingxsamz(m): 8:37pm On Jan 21, 2020|
Very stale point.
The white man came into our land, destroyed our shrines, went into 'evil or forbidden forests' and mounted churches there. Did anyone run mad?
White men came and took our brothers into slavery, yet no charms were able to stop them from evading our lands.
So, what's your point?
|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by kingxsamz(m): 8:39pm On Jan 21, 2020|
|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by leke12(m): 8:44pm On Jan 21, 2020|
kingxsamz:Nice, you can definitely go for a shaman beside you to ask for a proof or go to your village and ask for proof. Many people doubted prof peller until they witness live and direct. weak forming strong and educated Wole soyinka sef never doubt it. I hope u see the proof in a positive way when u seek.
|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by kingxsamz(m): 9:03pm On Jan 21, 2020|
And what stops you from giving me proof?
Or you're unable to prove something in which you so much believe in?
|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by DoubleEngine007: 10:15pm On Jan 21, 2020|
kingxsamz:My point is you go try it first.. Then you can then come back here and prove me wrong..
|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by Daddy46: 10:44pm On Jan 21, 2020|
|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by kingxsamz(m): 11:15pm On Jan 21, 2020|
They can easily fight with juju, yet they still die in the hands of Nigerian soldiers.
|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by kingxsamz(m): 11:17pm On Jan 21, 2020|
When you're ready to have an intelligent conversation, you can quote me again.
|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by CanadaOrBust: 12:07am On Jan 22, 2020|
by nairalee : 6:07am
I’m not on any side. I only want us to brainstorm together and answer this question:
Why haven’t they been able to prove it to this guy below and collect $1m? Why not have someone turn invisible with juju and slap him silly or even kill him? Instead the punk has lived a full happy and wealthy life and is now in his 90’s!
james "The Amazing" randi (born 1928) is a former magician and a scientific skeptic perhaps best known as a challenger of paranormal claims and pseudoscience. He is the founder of the james randi Educational Foundation (JREF), and co-founder of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry, originally known as the Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal.
The million-dollar challenge is a prize offered by the james randi foundation to anyone "who can show, under proper observing conditions, evidence of any paranormal, supernatural, or occult power or event."
It has yet to be won though there have been a vast number of attempts.
randi started the james randi Educational Foundation to monitor applications for the $1 million prize, and to serve as an organizing body to help promote skepticism and provide educational resources on claims of the paranormal.
The foundation was headed by james randi for many years before he retired from its presidency.
In 1987 he exposed the Peter Popoff ministry for faking their faith healing claims. The resulting scandal drove Popoff into bankruptcy.
When challenged in 2011 Sally Morgan did not even attempt the challenge.
Sylvia Browne is the only widely known psychic who has offered to take up the challenge. Sylvia was a popular television psychic who claimed that she could communicate with the dead. On March 6, 2001, she agreed to take up the challenge.
To her dying day she did not take the challenge. Sylvia's first excuse was because she did not know how to contact randi. That is comical: a professional psychic who speaks to dead people cannot figure out how to reach randi. Her following excuse was that she did not want to take the challenge because randi is a godless individual—all the more reason she should take the challenge. If the supernatural could be proven and demonstrated, and the $1,000,000 were claimed, it would be a tremendous blow to randi and the skeptical community, and a tremendous boost to her career as a psychic.
“I regard randi as a national treasure, and perhaps one of the remaining antidotes that may prevent the rotting of the American mind.”
—Arthur C. Clarke
A Typical JREF Million Dollar Challenge Test
A few minutes before 8 o’clock one Sunday evening last July, around 600 people crowded into the main conference hall of the South Point casino in Las Vegas, from as far away as South Africa and Japan. After taking their seats on red-velvet upholstered chairs, they chattered noisily as they awaited the start of the Million Dollar Challenge. When Fei Wang, a 32-year-old Chinese salesman, stepped onto the stage, they fell silent. Wang had a shaved head and steel-framed glasses. He wore a polo shirt, denim shorts and socks. He claimed to have a peculiar talent: from his right hand, he could transmit a mysterious force a distance of three feet, unhindered by wood, metal, plastic or cardboard. The energy, he said, could be felt by others as heat, pressure, magnetism or simply “an indescribable change.” Tonight, if he could demonstrate the existence of his ability under scientific test conditions, he stood to win $1 million.
The Million Dollar Challenge is offered by James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF), which holds the $1 million in bonds that back the challenge. For 60 years Randi has been offering up a cash reward to anyone who could demonstrate scientific evidence of paranormal activity, and no one had ever received a single penny.
Randi was presiding from the front row, a cane topped with a polished silver skull between his legs. He drummed his fingers on the table in front of him. The Challenge organizers had spent weeks negotiating with Wang and fine-tuning the protocol for the evening’s test. A succession of nine blindfolded subjects would come onstage and place their hands in a cardboard box. From behind a curtain, Wang would transmit his energy into the box. If the subjects could successfully detect Wang’s energy on eight out of nine occasions, the trial would confirm Wang’s psychic power. “I think he’ll get four or five,” Randi told me. “That’s my bet.”
The Challenge began with the solemnity of a murder trial. A young woman in a short black dress stood at the edge of the stage, preparing to mark down the results on a chart mounted on an easel. The first subject, a heavyset blond woman in flip-flops, stepped up and placed her hands in the box. After two minutes, she was followed by a second woman who had a blue streak in her hair and, like the first, looked mildly nonplused by the proceedings. Each failed to detect the mystic force. “Which means, at this point, we are done,” the M.C. announced. With two failures in a row, it was impossible for Wang to succeed. The Million Dollar Challenge was already over.
Stepping out from behind the curtain, Wang stood center stage, wearing an expression of numb shock, like a toddler who has just dropped his ice cream in the sand. He was at a loss to explain what had gone wrong; his tests with a paranormal society in Boston had all succeeded. Nothing could convince him that he didn’t possess supernatural powers. “This energy is mysterious,” he told the audience. “It is not God.” He said he would be back in a year, to try again.
|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by Ucee1999(m): 1:36pm On Jan 22, 2020|
OP are you really okay
|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by EricBloodAxe: 5:52pm On Jan 22, 2020|
CanadaOrBust:Can i get a link to this article or story?
|Re: Juju And All Diabolical Claims Are Fake by CanadaOrBust: 6:16pm On Jan 22, 2020|
It is all over google. Don’t have it offhand
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