This is a most unpleasant form of Environmental control.
The person issuing the prayer first gains contact with the composer of the other person via a bridge - for example hair, clothes, saliva etc. Once the bridge has been made, their composer communicates with the person's composer in 'subliminal' fashion.
Generally speaking a Higher spirit [of which the composer is a part], will not let this happen, but the person who wishes the prayer to work will make it known that a death prayer has been issued. This then creates huge emotion in the victim and the autonomic systems and other systems are affected as a result.
To a large extent, the person themselves brings about their own death, as they lose the will to live. By losing the will to live they allow inter composer communication to continue and the continual messages from the death prayer issuer works subliminally via perceptions, whilst the conscious perceptions work at this level.
Sir Arthur Grimble - A Pattern of Islands
The sorcerers took care to back their rituals with something more than words. They knew a good deal about fish-poisons, and also about the blistering secretion of the cantharides fly, which swarms among the coconut blossom. And even when no such adventitious aid was used, there was always man's fear working on the
side of the sorcerer. It is an eerie thing to know yourself cursed, even if you are a European. A brown man with sixty generations of terror-struck belief whispering in his blood, and no trust any more in the saving love of his ancestors, and not yet any deep hold on the comforts of his new religion, was easy meat for the death- magic. The sorcerers had little to learn in practice about the murderous force of autosuggestion.
The only way to counteract it in a victim is to get the person's Higher spirit to cut off all communication and thus to convince the person that there is no more control. this can be done via Ritual and Ceremony, Hypnosis and a whole host of benign ways that reach the person's subconscious to get it to believe it is now safe. Once it believes it is safe, it will be safe.
Issuing a death prayer is not without its dangers to the issuer. Once the 'safe' state has been reached in the victim, it is possible to reverse the prayer, and very often the effects are pretty quick on the issuer.
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- Acts 4 & 5
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- Dr J C Barker - Australian aboriginal - Death prayers
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- Dr J C Barker - The man with pneumonia who willed his own death
- Dr J C Barker - The wicked effects of a 'fortune teller'
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- Fernando Payaguaje – The Yage Drinker
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- Hack Tuke, Daniel – Sickness - Inducing nausea as a consequence of suggestion only
- Hencher, Alan – Predicts the death of Dr J C Barker
- Kahuna - Morals and the Death Prayer
- Kahuna - Using the death prayer
- Lady Q has a dream prophesying the death of her uncle – and tells him about it
- Lethbridge, T C – ESP Beyond Time and Distance – The Murrain
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- Madame Fraya – Prophesies the death of N Vaschide, a French psychologist, author of La Psychologie de la Main (Psychology of the hand)
- Medical Times and Gazette – A curse produces paralysis
- Messing, Wolf - Prophesies the death of his wife, Aida
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- Mme. Lenormand – Issues a death prayer
- Monroe, Robert - Extreme emotion has physical bodily effects
- Nick Jans - The Last Night Breaking - Maniilaq Part 1
- Nick Jans - The Last Night Breaking - Maniilaq Part 3
- Placebo: Cracking the Code
- Polynesian Researches – Ellis – Death prayers and possession in the Sandwich Islands
- Quakers - George Fox and The Witches of Pendle Hill
- Reichel-Dolmatoff – Amazonian Cosmos - The shaman, yaje and viho
- Sahagun - Aztecs and Mexica - Of sorcerors and death prayers
- Sheridan, Clare –The Terrifying power of the Horns
- Sir Charles Lee’s daughter dies as a consequence of the prophecy of an apparition
- The Dangers of Communicating with ‘spirits’ via Automatic writing
- There was an announcement in the dream newspaper addressed to her – ‘Magdalene S-, get ready, in three days you will be dead’
- Thomas Carbert, porter at Escrick Station, Yorks, dreams that he saw Mr. Thompson, the stationmaster, lying with his legs cut off – and tells him
- Tibetan Buddhism - The Lachen mystic
- W.Y. Evans-Wentz - The Death Prayers of the Christian Scientists
- Wales - The Testimony of a Justice of the Peace
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