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Ghost, Hauntings, Taoist Sorcery, Black Magic, Witchcraft and the Paranormal.

You probably heard of some Hotel rooms being haunted, and ghostly activities are reported. Most of the time when we travel abroad for vacation or work it is unavoidable that we had to spend the night in a Hotel room.

The next time when you check into any Hotel please take note the following interesting phenomenon;

  • Most Hotels do not have a 13 floor.

  • Hotel elevators usually skip the number 13.

  • Besides Hotels some buildings number their floors so as to skip the thirteenth floor entirely, jumping from floor 12 to floor 14 in order to avoid distressing triskaidekaphobics, or using 12A and 12B instead. This is sometimes applied to house or room numbers as well. The same is also true of seat rows in airplanes.

  • There is no guest’s room with the number 13 in them.

  • Tetraphobia is an irrational fear of the number "4" in East-Asian country especially China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Japan and Korea they skip the fourth floor. In these countries, the fourth floor is nearly always left out in hospitals and other public buildings. Special care may be taken to avoid occurrences or reminders of the number 4 during festive holidays, or when a family member ill. The Chinese pronunciation for "4", which also carries over into Japanese and Korean, is "si" or "shi". This is nearly identical to the sound for death.

  • Hotel elevators numbers are changed to 3A instead of 4. There is no guest’s room with the number 4 in them.

Triskaidekaphobia is a fear of the number 13. It’s merely a superstition. Most people fear Friday the 13th is called paraskavedekatriaphobia or friggatriskaidekaphobia. In general, 13 may be considered a "bad" number simply because when a group of 13 objects is divided into two, three, four or six equal groups, there is always one leftover object.

Furthermore number 13 also retains biblical meanings. At the Last Supper, Judas, the disciple who betrayed Jesus, was the 13th to sit at the table.
Triskaidekaphobia may have also had an impact on the Vikings - it is believed that Loki in the Norse pantheon was the 13th god. This was later Christianized into saying that Satan was the 13th angel.

Often, the sound of children playing in the halls can be heard, even when no children are present, being able to hear noises including footsteps and voices close by, being able to see vague entity or dark shadows surrounding or standing near the bed.

Is there anyway we can prevent ourselves from these harassment, the moment we step into the room? Yes, there are several ways that you can refrain from encountering these negative influences during your stay.

  • Always decline a room which is situated at the end of the corridor or hall.

  • When you enter the room please tuned in to your instinct or some called it the “sixth sense”.


  1. Try to experience how you feel when you enter the room.

  2. Do you feel that you are being watch?

  3. Do you feel uneasy the moment you enter the room?

  4. Do you feel a cool draft of air while you’re in the room; ensure that it’s not the air-conditioner!

  5. Do you feel agitated, suffocating and you felt like leaving the room?

  6. Does your room have view with a huge tree’s outside your window? Avoid these types of room as it can cause illusion and hallucination during the night when it’s dark outside. Furthermore tree’s which is huge and more than 20 years usually have entities residing in it. This is the obvious reason in East-Asian country; trees are given offering daily to appease the spirits.

  7. Look for visible signs if the last guest left the Holy Bible open to certain pages besides the bed or table?

  8. Especially in Asia if you see any yellow pieces of paper with writings on it called “fu” or talisman stuck to the door or above it, please request to change your room. 

If you are unable to change the room for whatever reasons, I would suggest to you some technique that you can use to ensure that you’ll have a pleasant stay in your room. These techniques vary depending on your faith and religion.
If you are an Atheist, ones who disbelieves or denies the existence of God. There is nothing much I can suggest but to knock the door before you enter the room. This is to acknowledge your presence there. At least turn on the light to your wash room and leave the door open to let the light illuminate your room.

For Taoist I would suggest to you to always carry along some Talisman for protection. If you need one you can request from my website it’s given FREE, you need only give a small token of donation for us to cover the postage, handling and to continue helping others by your contributions. I would suggest the “Five Thunder Talisman” it’s very potent to subdue ghosts and evils spirits. You can also request the “Ba Gua” symbol from my website, which is empowered and blessed. You may place it in your briefcase or traveling bags for protection against calamities. And during the night you can place the “Ba Gua” symbol stuck on top of the headboard of your bed or placed directly above your door. It will ensure that no entity can approach and harass you while you’re asleep.

P/S: Remember to remove the symbol when you check out the Hotel.

As for Buddhist I would suggest you carry a small Mantra booklet such as the “The Shurangama Mantra” (楞 嚴 咒), “The Great Compassion Mantra” (大 悲 咒) or “The Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva Sutra” ( 地 藏 王 普 薩 本 願 經 ).

I will also divulge a Secret Dharma that can be used to subdue ghosts and spirits. Which you can practice, it’s very effective and powerful when combined with the Mantra and Mudras, which I shall reveal to you.

This Secret Dharma was taught by my Grand Master which I personally request from him, several years ago while I was required to travel very frequently to other countries due to the nature of my work. Until today this is a practice that I shall never forsake, the moment I retire during the night.

You would need to place your pair of shoes directly inside or behind your room door which is obviously closed! Please don’t get me wrong, never leave your shoes outside your room. Don’t blame me if it’s lost the next morning!
You know what I mean right?

The shoes must be inside your room behind your locked door. Ensure the front of the shoes is facing the door. Then you need to do some visualization, you need to visualize dharma protectors; Lord Guan Ti and Bodhisattva Wei Tuo to be standing guard at your door, you need to recite the following Mantra forty nine times; while forming the Mudra.

唵 ,  普    爾      恭 , 麻  哈  布 拉  奴  雅 ,  普  爾 吉 ,  普  爾   給 , 微   麻  那 悉 ,
An , Pu   Er Gong , Ma Ha Bu La Nu Ya ,  Pu Er  Ji ,  Pu  Er Gei, Wei Ma Na Xi,

烏    究 麻  拉   陀 ,    吽     吽 ,     泮   泮 ,   梭  哈.

Wu Jiu Ma La Tuo , Hong Hong , Pan Pan , Suo Ha .

Join fingers together to form this mudra.

Ensure you recite the Mantra and form the Mudra infront of your shoes.
Then touch your shoes after you complete reciting the Mantra. Walk back to your bed then recite seven times of the Mantra while forming the Mudra then visualize a blazing fireball is shot out of your hand towards one direction. Then repeat the Mantra seven times again while forming the Mudra until you cover all four directions. Total amount you need to recite the Mantra is 7 times  x 4 directions = 28 times of the Mantra. Then visualize that you are being surrounded by a fierce burning flame.  You have now complete the ritual, and defined your boundary no ghosts or evils spirits would be able to step in your room. As the power of the Mantra and the Mudra formed had inconceivable spiritual powers
All ghosts or evil spirits will flee the room or risk being engulfed by the fire. This fire is no ordinary fire you visualize it’s the blazing fire of wisdom.

You will also be protected by the Dharma protector standing guard your room.

I believe the above ritual is a Buddhist dharma based on the Mantra, Mudra and the visualization revealed.

In Taoism we use the Five Dragons Talisman to purify a place. This talisman is burned and then placed into a glass of water. The water is then blessed by the talisman. The water is then sprinkled all over the place to clean filth or impurities. If you are a Buddhist you would use the same technique but instead of the talisman you recite the “Great Compassion Mantra” at least 21 times over a glass of water. Both rituals are equally effective.    




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