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Magical Hanuman Mantra Upay to Remove Ghosts and Demons

This article describes the most powerful Magical Mantra Upay using three very strong Hanuman Mantras and the Leaves of the Peepal Tree to drive away even the strongest and most harmful negative beings, such as Ghosts-Bhoot Pret, Demons-Rakshasas, Vampires-Pishach, Brahmarakshas-Spirit of Sinful Priest, and Feminine Beings, like Dakini and Shakini.

This Ghost Removal Upay can be performed on any auspicious day and the Five Days of the Festival of Deepavali are said to be the most suitable days for performing this supernatural ritual. The ritual should not be done on Sunday because the leaves of the Peepal Tree are not plucked on Sunday. This is a sure-shot Hanuman Mantra Upay to Make even the most powerful ghosts and spirits run away and so it must be performed with complete Bhakti in Shri Hanuman. 

Hanuman Mantra to Destroy Ghosts

The Technique of Practicing this Negative Beings Removal Upay is as follows:

1] The Tantrik / Spell-Caster should bring home 11 Leaves of the Peepal Tree bathe them in Ganga Jal and write the Hanuman Mantra: || श्री हनुमते नमः || || Shri Hanumate Namah || on Five Leaves.

2] Then, he should write the Hanuman Mantra: ||श्री राम दूताय नमः|| || Shri Ram Dootaya Namah || on Five Leaves.

3] And, the Hanuman Mantra: || ऊँ हं हनुमते रुद्रात्मकाय हुं फट || || Om Hum Hanumate Rudratmakaya Hum Phat || on One Leaf.

4] All the Hanuman Mantras must be written with Rakt Chandana or Red Sandalwood Ink, which should be prepared by mixing Red Sandalwood Powder with a Few Drops of Ganga Jal. A small pointed twig of the Pomegranate-Anar Tree should be used as the Pen. 

5] Then, a Supari-Betel Nut must be placed on each of the 11 Peepal Leaves and Sandalwood Agarbatti and Guggul Dhoop should be lit before the Peepal Leaves and the Last Hanuman Mantra || ऊँ हं हनुमते रुद्रात्मकाय हुं फट || || Om Hum Hanumate Rudratmakaya Hum Phat || must be chanted 108 times and then a short prayer should be chanted to Bhagwan Hanuman asking for his favor to relieve the affected person by removing the negative being from his mind and body.

6] Later on, the Peepal Leaves, Supari, and leftovers of the Dhoop and Agarbatti should be immersed in water.


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