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Ramadan 1416

Volume 12 No 2

In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

Submitters Perspective

Monthly Bulletin of the International Community of Submitters Published by Masjid Tucson

Satan: The Master Hypnotist

Part II

Characteristics of The Master Hypnotist’s Subjects

Hypnotized people, those who fail to devote their worship to God alone and uphold His word alone, exhibit unusual behavior because they are completely out of touch with their own minds. They have submitted their mind and their will to Satan by setting up the words of men to rank with the word of God. They have set up their scholars and religious leaders as gods beside God as stated in verse 9:109. They lose all contact with reality except through Satan’s suggestions. It is a common phenomenon that we show someone clear Quranic assertions that the Quran is “complete, perfect, fully detailed, and shall be the sole source of religious guidance,” only to discover that the person is totally helpless; unable to see or accept such Quranic truths.

When they are told, “Follow these revelations of God,” they say, “No, we follow only what we found our parents doing.” What if the devil is leading them to the agony of Hell? (31:21)

It is obvious that such persons have submitted themselves to Satan, the Master Hypnotist, and that he fully controls their minds, their eyes, and their hearing. Thus, they cannot think, see, or hear anything on their own. The Quran explains this strange phenomenon very clearly in verses 17:45 and 18:57:

When you read the Quran, we place between you and those who do not believe in the Hereafter an invisible barrier. (17:45)

Who are more evil than those who reminded of their Lord’s proofs, then disregard them, without realizing what they are doing. Consequently, we place shields on their hearts to prevent them from understanding it (the Quran), and deafness in their ears. Thus, no matter what you do to guide them, they can never ever be guided. (18:57)

The “invisible barrier” and “shield” mentioned in these verses are the hypnosis inflicted upon those who refuse to believe in the Quran and submit to its truths.

Stated below are eleven descriptions of persons under hypnosis (Hollander, B. “History and results of hypnotism.” In search of the soul. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., pp. 281-296). After each general description of a person’s behavior under hypnosis, specific examples of disbelievers’ identical behavior will be given from the Quran.

1) The subject readily accepts the hypnotist’s suggestions as fact or reality. He neither questions them nor the hypnotist.

If you obey the majority of people on earth, they will divert you from the path of God. They follow only conjecture; they only guess. (6:116)

2) The subject has his own system of beliefs and ideas that fit the desires of the hypnotist.

We have permitted the enemies of every prophet—human and jinn devils—to inspire in each other fancy words, in order to deceive. Had your Lord willed, they would not have done it. You shall disregard them and their

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