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Watch: Healers Capture Jinn in Malaysian Mosque?

A group of healers in Malaysia claim that they have eradicated an infestation of jinn that were responsible for an eerie video of prayer partitions gliding across the floor of a mosque.

After the security camera footage went viral in Malaysia, several healers visited the mosque to investigate what may have been behind the mysterious movement of the partitions.

Local officials and skeptics claimed that the mobile walls were merely moved by the wind, but the healers appear to have found an altogether different and decidedly supernatural source.

Sa'ad Jaafar told news agency Astro Awani that he and his fellow healers determined that the infamous entities known as the jinn had been responsible for moving the partitions.

The jinn are a primarily Middle Eastern entity that allegedly once had possession of the Earth but were banished to a different dimension in favor of humans, leading to a millennia-long hatred of our species.

According to Jaafar, his group entered into some kind of communication with the jinn residing in the mosque, who ultimately claimed credit for the deed.

"A jinn admitted to moving the partitions with the intention to spook humans," he told Astro Awani.

Fortunately the healers had an answer for the jinn and managed to capture the creatures via an unnamed process which purportedly took four hours.

What became of the jinn after being taken into custody was not revealed by Jaafar or the other healers.

Coast Insiders looking to learn more about the notorious jinn can check out appearances on the program by author Rosemary Ellen Guiley and researcher Robert Stanley.

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Source: Astro Awani

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