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Saturday, December 21, 2019

Saturday In House Gists - Are You For Or Against Magun?

This Topic might bring pain to some who have been hooked by this thing before.....
Do you believe Magun exists? what is it called in your local Language?









Do you think putting Magun on a cheating spouse is fair?Especially when the person putting the Magun is also a cheater...

Have you ever put Magun on anyone?Or has anyone put Magun on you before?
Magun is definitely not in the Bible so which tribe started it?

What are the implications of being caught by magun in your tribe?Can a couple where one is caught by magun still stay married?
Let's gist!!!

44 comments:

  1. Magun or thunder bolt is very wrong.irrespective of the cheating level,it's wrong.

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    1. When i read the medical aspect of theis mahun thing i got confuse...As it was termed vagina locking with all the explanation.

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    2. I am going to ask my native doctor to give me magun for my boyfriend

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    3. Medicine will call whatever they would but the jazz is real.

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  2. Magun is it real?

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  3. Magun called thunderbolt is demonic. Instead of putting magun on someone while not walk away? Late last year a senior lecturer from one of the northern poly died of magun. The man's husband put it on her without her notice. The man died and was buried in evil forest.

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    1. *the woman the lecturer was cheating with put the magun on her**

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    2. You always talk nonsense. Even your attempt at a correction is still rubbish.

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    3. Lol
      I'm sure she meant the husband of the woman the lecturer was cheating with put it on his wife.


      Sad story.

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  4. I honesty don't have who it has happened to and I don't know what's called in my tribe really..I think it's mostly used by Yoruba people
    Will be reading comments

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  5. Let's face it.
    Satan can never face Satan and satanic powers can never be used for evil.
    Both the person that placed magun and the person it is meant to affect/expose are all under the manipulation/destructive powers of Satan; for the thief comes
    to steal, kill and destroy but Jesus
    has come to give life in abundance John 10:10
    If you want your spouse not to cheat/commit adultery, the way forward
    is the Word of God.
    Psalms 119:9 How can a young person stay on the path of purity?
    By living according to your word.

    Beloved, it is "when you fast..." Matthew 6:17...that you discipline the flesh and tame lust/sexual immorality which are works of the flesh Gal. 5:19
    So if you are going to Satan to receive any help to foster a family, marriage, you are goofing because
    his pleasure is to destroy that marriage like the one at Eden.
    At the approach or voice (Word) of God
    you begin to run, bark and argue.
    A lot of people that so much detest
    the quoting of Scriptures even here
    have in one way or the other visited
    mediums and they aren't actually in control
    of what they do with regard to God's Word.
    They need the omnipresence hand of the Savior Jesus to save them.
    Ndi uta are free to shoot. 😘😘😘

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    1. Satanic powers can never be used for evil? Finally, your true self is showing

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    2. I think they mean evil will not go against evil.

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    3. @15:42
      SATANIC POWERS CAN NEVER BE USED FOR ANYTHING GOOD.

      You can correct me without insults.
      I made a mistake because I am human.
      Thanks.
      At least the next lines explained it, if you are not biased;

      Both the person that placed magun and the person it is meant to affect/expose are all under the manipulation/destructive powers of Satan; for the thief comes to steal, kill and destroy but Jesus
      has come to give life in abundance John 10:10

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    4. Thanks @17:50 for understanding a human mistake and correcting it.

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  6. We call it 'eziza' because it's usually done with a strand of broom. All the scorned partner needs to do is, throw the broom under his or cheating partner's bed or insied their clothes. And when it happens, it's only the person that did it, has the power to undo whatever has been done. Usually, if the man/woman makes amends, appease and cleanse themselves, they can remain married. But most times, the marriage or Union ends after. Who would want to remain with a cheating partner who was caught pants down? The shame is massive Biko.

    As for me, I don't support it. If you find out that your partner is cheating on you and can't take or bear it, jejely leave. It's not a do or die affair. 🚢🚢🚢

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  7. I am against Magun,infact any form of it. The fact that someone is your spouse doesn't mean that you are a spiritual Lord over their life.

    Whether Married or in a long term relationship, if you feel that your spouse is not been faithful then LEAVE don't play god over their lives with juju...The most annoying thing about Magun is that most of the people who inflict it on others are also cheats themselves.


    LEPπŸ˜›

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    1. Hi Toht🀐🀐 chopper 😊
      Where you run go since?
      I don dey miss ya attacks tey tey.
      Abeg make you no run away again inugo?
      😊😊😊😊

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  8. That thing is the height of wickedness if it actually exist.

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  9. Most of the people that put magun on their partner are usually faithful partners.

    I am not in support of it. I can still remember how magun killed two people in Ibadan.
    No man has the right to play God in another person's life... All Those that commits adultery whether men or women will surely pay the price. They're never happy.
    They're judged by their conscience but, will always be quick to tell people not to judge them or he without a sin should be the first to throw a stone.

    Magun exist especially in Yoruba land but, its starting to lose its power because cheaters have device other means of not being caught and also making the magun blind or powerless when they cross it.

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  10. Funny enough it's the Yoruba cheating men ..that started this magun of a thing ..personally I think it's only illiterates that would tow that path..what stopped you from divorcing the cheating Patner ..even I'm some parts of anambra..once the woman cheats , she runs mad ..but the men get away with their cheating..the laws in nigeria is very unkind to women ..if we had laws like the European countries ..I'm sure no Nigerian man will ever get married

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    1. We have my dear just ensure you do court marriage wh is covered unde d english law strictly and dot letany1 decieve u tht u r now married with only the tradional and curch wedding only. U'll only be deceiving urself bcos our trad. Called customary marriages r governed by customary laws wch r not wmen friendly and very unkind. Without childrn in d union even makes it worse!! So b wise, no body hopes for bad union frm d onset, so b wise whn d romance is still at top gear!!!

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  11. Magun is very bad,any man dt sleep wt any woman placed on magun will surely die,y not confront d woman or divorce her instead of placing magun on her,I see it as wickedness,dey ought to kill any man dt place magun on his wife,bt d sad part is dt dey always go scot free it is d woman dt is always punished

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  12. Magun exist and it works in different ways. Some works instanly while some start working once you do or eat certain things.
    The instant one, one start summersaulting, ( hope I'm correct with the spelling ) once done more than three times, that's the end of it.
    Another one, the man will drink water till he die, no amount of water will be enough for him.
    Drink till he drop dead
    There's one, once you cross a woman that has it, don't cross gutter o, no matter how small or big it is, once you cross it, the person is going to drop dead right there.

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    1. You will know this well well nah! President general of women oppression ministry!

      Their mothers went through nine months for you nah!

      Chairman of pussy acquisition union!

      Why not cut your dick and get yourself your own parmanent pussy and leave women alone oga? πŸ™„πŸ˜“

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  13. Heard about it, is it real? Who has seen where it happened?

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  14. Stella it real but it is commonly used by d Yoruba's but I don't support it either it wrong

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  15. Stella y u dey eat my comments na I always beg u to post pls don't make dis posting of comments difficult for some of us I take God beg u.....
    back to d main topic I believe it real but have not seen anyone close to me experience it but i know it common with d Yoruba's

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  16. I am not in support of cheating or putting mangun on your spouse but my anger is why do they put it only on women while the men work freely cheating πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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  17. I don't know how much of its potency is real but from some opinions I have heard, even if the magun is laid based on mere suspicion, it can still hurt the woman if she's innocent. The magun would go stale on her & could kill her. If this is true, that is just pure evil because a man sonewhere is insecure.

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  18. I believe it is absolutely wrong. Trust is d bedrock of every relationship. If you don't trust your partner, then don't be with them.
    Moreso, how can you be a cheat and expect faithfulness from your partner? Is she an item you bought/own that owes you faithfulness?
    People don't cheat cos of fear of God, upbringing and doing the right thing at all cost: not because some of these their partners deserve it or they are afraid of magun.

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  19. Well, the word margin is a Yoruba one directly translated as "don't climb".

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    1. Lol
      What if "someone I know" 'don't climb', but rather have the woman climb, like in reverse cowgirl style, would it still affect him?😊

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    2. You are right. But I guess a way to beat it is if the woman stays on top. Unless the magun technology has advanced, it was with d literal sense of a climbing on top of the woman, if it's reversed don't think it should work.

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  20. Magun is bad, evil. Only a wicked person places magun on another.

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  21. Rather than use magun, just go for divorce.

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  22. Where can i buy magun? Any supplier in the house? I need at least 20.

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  23. Ppl putting all kind of hexes and curses on others, but if they are constipated they don't know what to do to get eat, some worried about cheating spouse and haven't taken a shit in a week. Mtschhw. If a great illness was to befall them they can't find what to heal themself. Evil ppl with diabolical hearts who still have no power over their own life. They die and don't even find peace, roaming the earth to and fro with no place to call home, where is the power of the magic to save them.

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  24. My only problem is that it affects the women alone in my state . It is called ekpo nka owo. It is put o the woman, when she cheats, it kills the husband. But the husband is free to cheat , and thats cruel.

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  25. We dont do it in my home town. If your spouse cheat and was not caught, lucky her and if she is caught, the bege is between her and her husband.

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