posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 12:28 AM
There is no real reason as to why her friend up and moved for a few months, she could be running from it for all we know.
I have a little info on the DJINN from the book: A field guide to demons, fairies, fallen angels, and other subversive spirits by Carol K. Mack and
Dinah mack, so here is the description.
All of the "spirits/demons in the guide are categorized by ones whos origins are from water, mountain, forest, desert, domicile, and psyche.
The Djinn hails from the arabian desert, here are the quotes:
An ancient, islamic, invisible, illusion-casting species who live for centuries, can manifest in any form, and travel anywhere instantly. Like the
greek daimon, they are spirits of an intermediate nature between humans and angels.
It is said in the Q'uran that they are an ancient species who were created before human kind from smokeless fire.
The Djinn have no bodies of their own but are masters of illusory disquise. However, because the Djinn are made of fire, when they manifest in human
form, they have flaming eyes, which are set vertically in the head, not horizontally as human eyes are.
Aside from human form, certain Djinn also appear in the shape of black dogs, snakes, toads, or black cats. They are considered the cause of violent
sandstorms, whirlwinds, and shooting stars.
Although Djinn inhabit ruins, wells, kitchen fireplaces, and public baths, their favorite abode is the desert.
Some believe the Djinn live just under the sand in organized towns, and only rise to the surface to harass humans.
Some have heard music from Djinn "villages" --- campsites like human nomadic abodes --- which suddenly appear, and then vanish in the blink of an
When journeying through the arabian desert it is necessary to call out to the Djinn and ask their permission to pass by.
Each place has its own resident spirit, its ancestral genius loci, and one addresses it respectfully. If answered by a whirling pillar of sand, it is
wise to turn back at once.