As one of the world’s most ancient religions, Voodoo (black magic) was originally exercised in Haiti. It is believed that people used magic and voodoo dolls to predict the future, to heal the sick, to destroy their enemies, and to defend themselves against their opponents. Voodoo and black magic rituals include protection prayers, spells, dancing, singing and feasting. As the Voodoo tradition evolved, it became more and more accepted within the local community.
Practitioners of Voodoo use rituals to impose their will and to mediate cosmic power for both constructive and destructive purposes – to protect, heal, injure or kill. Protection prayers are used by special kabbalists to neutralize the effect of black magic and voodoo spells, remove negative energies, cast out evil spirits and protect against jealousy and evil eye.
Rabbi David Azulai uses protection prayers to help various people from different religions and backgrounds. Voodoo and black magic are areas in which the Rabbi has been specializing for several decades. Over the course of twenty years, Rabbi Azulai has used protection prayers to treat people who were cursed by others, possessed by evil spirits and attacked by their enemies. The Rabbi performs the special protection prayers at the holy grave site of Rabbi Isaiah Horowitz, the Shelah Hakadosh.
Rabbi Isaiah Horowitz, also known as the Shelah Hakadosh, was a halachist, kabbalist and communal leader. Rabbi Horowitz was born in Prague in 1555. He spent most of his youth in Poland studying under Solomon Rabbi Lebush's in Krakow. After building a reputation as an exceptional scholar, he gained a number of positions as head of religious courts in the area. By 1606, he obtained one of the most influential positions of the time, the head of the Frankfort on the Main Beis Din.
In 1621 at the death of his wife, Rabbi Horowitz moved to Eretz, Israel. In Israel, the Rabbi gained a reputation of healer and a protector. Stories tell that the Rabbi possessed special powers and protection prayers to heal people from the evil eye, voodoo attacks and misfortune. During his life, the Shelah healed and protected numerous people.
Rabbi Horowitz's protection prayer-book is full of sincere religious ideas as well as presentations of Kabalistic doctrines. According to numerous Kabbalah
scholars, the Shelah symbolized joy, kindness, mercy, and harmony. It is believed that Rabbi Horowitz possessed the ability to protect people from evil eyes, black forces, and magic spells
If you are interested to be protected from:
• People who wish to harm you and your family;
• Evil eye and black forces;
• Spell casting by wicked people;
• Others’ jealousy; and
• Voodoo rituals and witchcraft.
New!! Rabbi David Azulai now offers you the opportunity to ask for a recurring prayer on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. Based on discussions with people who have already subscribed to the Rabbi's prayers before, the recurring prayers reinforce one's requests and increase its effectiveness.
Please find additional information regarding the Rabbi's recurring prayers:
Rabbi Azulai will go to the Western Wall / Holy Grave Site to pray on your behalf as well as others on a monthly basis. Monthly donation of $29.99 for the Western Wall prayer or various Holy Grave Sites.
Rabbi Azulai will go to the Western Wall / Holy Grave Site to pray on your behalf as well as others on a weekly basis. Monthly donation of $39.99 for the Western Wall prayer or various Holy Grave Sites.
Rabbi Azulai will go to the Western Wall / Holy Grave Site to pray on your behalf as well as others on a daily basis. Monthly donation of $49.99 for the Western Wall prayer or various Holy Grave Sites.
You can also submit a one-time prayer.
Rabbi Azulai will go to the Western Wall / Holy Grave Site to pray on your behalf as well as others for one time. Minimum one-time donation of $39.99 for the Western Wall prayer and $29.99 for the various Holy Grave Sites.