Monday, 23 March 2015

VARIOUS TYPES OF ASE ( COMMAND ) AND THEIR USES.

VARIOUS TYPE OF ASE & THEIR USES.

 

This type of ASE could be Either God given (born with) or Acquired. The acquired one could further be divided into the following.

1.     Physically Prepared (Herbs & Formulas)
2. Passed on (Psychically, through touch, swallowing of Objects, a gaze, or other methods)

3. Developed through austerities, observances of fasts and penance.

4. Regular practice of a particular process ASE could be in * the form of the spoken word, * the nature of an object (eg. the poison of a snake is its ASE and its nature to sting), * aura that an entity posses or anything peculiar to a certain character. Herein I focus solely on the spoken word & how it is developed the African way, through the Yoruba mystical system or practice. Based on my definition of ASE I will state the major charms that represent ASE, its process of preparation, how they work and their degree of potency. We have the:

1. Mayehun

2. Afose

3. Gbetugbetu

4. Olugbohun


 1. Mayehun Means "Refuse me not" -- It is used when you want a person to grant your request. It could be used in wooing a lady, request for money from a neighbor, a tight fisted friend or a wealthy man. Note it must be in a polite manner. There is a simple incantation that goes with some Mayehun formulas.

. 2. Afose Afose means "Speak and come to pass" or "Speak and happen." This is a quite advanced form of ASE. It is usually prepared with black soap and put inside an animal horn; it could be a Ram's, Cow's, Antelope etc. There are various formulas and some are quite powerful. However note that it is not a general rule that all Afose be mixed in Black soap and kept in horns. Whatever is spoken might happen immediately or later in future depending on the potency of the charm or the nature of issue the ASE is addressing. Our forefathers possessed some Afoses that they used to control nature elements like rain, fire etc. I personally had one that I used to stop a car from starting; I have personally seen one that was used to dry up a very big tree in three days. The tree was cursed with that Afose. With the Afose you could place a curse (Epe) on any object. A chameleon is usually one of the ingredients that plays a prominent role in its preparation, at times the head of a black cobra is used too.

3. Gbetugbetu  is inform of black powder inside gourd or ado ide . This is more of a hypnotizing charm. The person under the spell doesn't really know what he is doing. It is used in compelling people to do the most impossible things. Things they would naturally not do or refuse to do. It is somewhat difficult to prepare but there are some simple formulas too, however they also vary in degree of potency. The powerful ones that I know has in it as part of its ingredients is the sand of a grave person. To illustrate its power I would narrate an incident that happened which was manipulated by the use of Gbetugbetu.
Our forefathers used it when they were attacked by a gang of thieves; they just commanded them to fight (each other) or hand over their weapons.


 4. Olugbohun The "sound picker." It is believed to be a powerful spirit that picks whatever is said and makes it happen, if not immediately very soon. (Even if u mistakenly curse your children out of frustration.) Now this is not a genie that will drop things physically in front of you, like food, wine and a flying carpet. However it will create a situation that will cause your request to be met. It is not kept in the house but far away in the bush and its consulted only once in a while. It is very powerful, and can be used in the arts and practice of black magic, if the owner is a bad person.

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5 comments:

  1. Please what is the preparation for the afose

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  2. Pls which one can make business proposal i have been sending without any result to be granted

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  3. ekaa ro baba aku ojumo asi ku oju momo ,eku ise laada olorun yio maa ranyin lowo ,ewe yio maa juja,egbo naa yio maa je yin wa ase lailai.oruko mi ni olamilekan ,e jowo mo nilo ogun gbetugbetu to munadoko gidigidi ese gan ni ooo.

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