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Saturday, January 29, 2022

Doctor Freaks Journal - 'Money Rituals' Does Not Exist...

"Earth provides enough to satisfy every man's needs, but not every man's greed."- Mahatma Gandhi









This is an unusual story, unusual in the sense that some unfortunate citizens paid the supreme price for their greed and sheer stupidity. May the good Lord rest their souls.


Mr A is an industrious man. He went to Lagos in search of the golden fleece and fortune smiled on him. Mr A went into real estate business and within a very short period of time, he struck gold and decided to invest his money wisely by setting up a number of businesses in prime areas of Lagos. He still owned substantial interests in real estate and his businesses continued to blossom until he met some men of straw.


Mr A had friends and acquaintances amongst the "omo oniles" (land-owning families) around Lagos and freely mingled and discussed quite a number of issues under the sun ranging from women to investment opportunities. Mr A's "omo onile" friends had a "business idea/investment opportunity" to discuss with Mr A and they decided to have a meeting behind close doors where an oath of secrecy was taken.


Mr A did not mind the oath taking part so far as money was involved and this time around so much of it was involved. Eventually, the friends opened up to Mr A that there was a spiritualist somewhere who had promised to make them rich provided they were ready to provide a certain figure for the purchase of the ingredients for the rituals. Having taken oaths, the friends confided in Mr A that what they were going into was money rituals.



 Mr A ordinarily would not have subscribed to money rituals but having reached a point of no-return, all he could do was to just play along. The team travelled down to a village somewhere in the South West to meet the "prophet". The "prophet" gave Mr A and his friends a liquid substance and directed them to drink same at 12.00midnight, same day. 


They journeyed back to Lagos and went their separate ways. Mr A could not wait till 12.00midnight before taking his own "juice" and he decided to consume part of the it first at about 7.00pm and make a few "change" for "işi-ewu" and Hennessey first and do the real thing at 12.00midnight. Mr A gulped a substantial part of the substance, lo and behold, he passed out! He was writhing in pain and agony on a stretcher on the way to the hospital. 



Upon his admission and examination, it was discovered that the substance he consumed was mixed with concentrated acid! 


Following further examination, it was discovered that the acid had destroyed a substantial portion of his pharynx (the nasopharynx, oropharynx and laryngopharynx). He was in luck in the sense that he had excess money. He was airlifted out of Nigeria for treatment abroad. He got an artificial pharynx (tube) and today he's able to consume mostly liquid substances and light solid foods till today. It was a narrow miss.


Back to Mr A's friends, they were not as lucky. They were obedient to a fault! They waited till 12.00midnight before consuming their own portion of the liquid substance. What happened to them? Your guess is as good as mine. They all paid the supreme price. Sad.


Earth provides enough to satisfy every man's needs, but not every man's greed. All the folks concerned here were comfortable at the time under reference and there was prospects. Mr A was worth over 70million Naira then but he wanted more until he met these conmen. The police tracked and arrested the conmen because the deceased were able to implicate amd identify them before they kicked the bucket. The conmen were detained and later granted bail. Today, I cannot specifically ascertain with exactitude how their case went and or ended, but today, Mr A lives with a disability and his compatriots have gone to be with their makers.


Do not be deceived, there is nothing like "money rituals!"

30 comments:

  1. Greed comes with it's own consequences. Contentment is key. So sorry for Mr A. But wait o Mr kunle why all the killings? If there's no money rituals. May God bless all those hustling legitimately amen ��

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    1. The days r Evil. Thank God am home schooling now...

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    2. Saying money rituals do not exist is either plain ignorant or just stupid. Denying a thing does not erase it's existence. It doesn't exist and people are killing their own children, spouses, siblings for money rituals? They didn't see anyone who succeeded and they went that far? Even as I type, I can list several Nigerian billionaires with no known business, once many people begin to ask about their source of income, they suddenly go underground, go figure...

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  2. Oga there is money ritual oo mafor. People want to black out stuff that they dont believe in and convince themselves that they dont exist eg witchcraft, blood money etc, but they exist and ritual works, even though it also ends up destroying the doer. Sir, if you think its only what you see with your naked eyes that exists then you are shallow, because the spiritual also exists. Most of these yahoo boys cant even read, yet they say they are scamming online, where do you think their money comes from????

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  3. Hmm...thanks for this post Mr. Freaks. I wish we all can learn from this.

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  4. Is stealing someone's destiny not money rituals? If someone could steal another's destiny and become rich with it. Then money ritual exists.

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    1. Can destiny truly be stolen? I believe that destiny can never be changed.

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  5. I believe your story o, but Uncle, there is something called money ritual, it is very spiritual and manifest very real in the physical.
    It is evil and it's from the devil through his demons, but to be sincere, it is real.
    I live in Ondo State, Nigeria and with one or two things I've have seen with my own eyes, I can bodly tell you that money ritual is real.

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  6. If there is no money ritual then why all these killings? Why are there people in organ business? Why are they buying human organs at exorbitant prize? That's how some people also say there's nothing like juju yet it exists.

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    1. The rate of killing is high because they obey 'babalawo' that is deceiving them. Those 'babalawos' should have been the richest men in the world .Just check their lives you will wonder why they don't make themselves richer.

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  7. Some yahoo boys don't want to hear this, they so believe in the existence of money ritual.

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  8. There is no such thing as money ritual. There are cults that share opportunities, connections and business relationships within themselves but say there is one jazz that make a room fill up with money after killing someone? Not true. That's not how the universe work.

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    1. You are very mistaken Ms Saphire. There are cults, yes. But there are also money rituals. And There is no human being alive that can say 100% how the universe works; It is too complex for the human mind to comprehend.

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  9. I read an online interview with a herbalist who said that there are two major types of money rituals. I don't remember their names. Well, he said that one requires good behaviour to function, while the other doesn't. The former means that you have to be courteous and good to your clients for you to continue to make money. The latter means that even if you slap a customer today, he'd keep coming back to patronise you.

    Furthermore, he said that the latter is also divided into two. He mentioned their names but I don't remember them. One involves the shedding of animal blood while the other involves the shedding of human blood. According to the herbalist, any ritual that leads to a recipient receiving one or more bags of money from unknown persons means that human blood has definitely been shed.

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    1. The first two broad categories are Awure and Osole. Awure is favour you receive by running a customer-cenrtric business. Osole is financial abuse by hypnosis.

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  10. If there is no such thing as money ritual why are people bin kidnapped and their body organs harvested?? The guy who lodged in a hotel and was killed recently,his body organ was harvested before he was buried,what did they use it for?who buys the organs and why are they in high demand.why do some small boys kill their girlfriends and come back with luxurious cars and so much money overnight? Life is really spiritual,jazz exist,money ritual exist.some with human blood some with animal blood.

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    1. @Valheree: many people are so egotistical. Once their minds cannot comprehend how something works, they cancel it as impossible or non-existent. If they can't prove it, then it doesn't exist. Lol.. such is the shallow ego of humans.

      Imagine people who believe in an almighty God and the devil. Yet they say something like rituals cannot exist. How does that even make sense?

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  11. So how does the money come about, if it works?? It will enter your account or what??

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    1. Oya Lily Rose, come and explain!

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  12. For those subscribed to a religion you think is the exclusive truth, ask yourself why other religions keep winning converts even from your own faith. The reason is simply human belief.

    As long as small minded people believe that human parts can swell your bank account or win an election, the more you'll have these cases of criminality. When Mark Zuckerberg was convincing his friends to drop out and start a tech company, do you think they had Osole or Ogun owo in mind? Why didn't colonel Sanders look for aworo instead of facing serial rejection till he met success?

    Instead of the poor admitting that they don't know and seeking out information on getting wealthy, they conclude "JuJu", illuminati or one hot pastor or imam somewhere. I remember being in transit and a passenger behind me was struggling hard to convince someone that he made only $4,000 a month. The other guy used the word IMPOSSIBLE to express his disbelief. I simply picked up his qualifications and workplace from their conversation and forwarded to a a relative in the field as an option when he graduates.

    In parts of Southern Africa, it is believed without evidence that raping a child will rid you of HIV. The many who have committed this wicked act are still positive and only confess when caught or facing prison time. The ones who escape human justice have to go in ARVs when to their shock, their health keeps deteriorating and they test positive with an even higher Viral load than before they heeded the stupid rumors.

    Months ago, many BVs had no idea how to raise N1,000,000(about $2,000) suggesting that only the sexually loose could afford it. It didn't even occur to them that bloggers like Stella make multiples of that a month. Are those the kinds of people you can convince about the joke called blood money being fake? The kinder among them are coursing through the desert as we speak, trekking towards slavery or a watery grave in the ocean because they want to go and pick money on the streets of Italy or Spain, countries from which some citizens are even running.


    The babalawo in the story was simply a 419 who duped these greedy fools. He was hoping they'll take that poison at night and die alone instead of being able to call for help. He knew that if they survived, they'll come after him for duping them of a huge amount. All your big pastors and imams, even then connected babalawos move around with guns and paid security because they don't buy their own lies.

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    1. Anon 17:53, people who write like you are usually already involved in the crime they are pretending does not exist or are planning to be involved. They try to hide by killing the idea that a certain situation exists. Have you seen AIDS, the virus, does it exist or not? How about Covid, have you seen the virus itself, does it exist or not? 🙄

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  13. Very interesting read as always.
    BUT, I know and BELIEVE that money ritual is as real as real would possibly be.

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  14. On Money Ritual

    I saw wonders...

    Sometime in the year 2020, my wife's friend (Pastor's wife) called from their church to ask my wife a favor - she wanted my wife to tell her children to prepare for an evening piano class. It was a Saturday evening.

    My wife was busy cooking, so I decided to take the message to their house. I entered the living room (parlour) and was telling Igwe (10 year old boy) the message when I noticed a scene on the TV..

    I was curious to find out why some people seated in what appeared like a church auditorium. I asked Igwe which "prophet" was on TV. The boy replied, "it is not a church; the people want to collect money." At that point my antenna went up.

    How so? I queried.

    Igwe said: "you'll see" and dashed into the room to get dressed.

    I quietly sat down to watch. I saw WONDER!

    The woman is based in Ghana and her trade actually was (as at 2020) money ritual. Televised live on TV.

    Raw manifstation of demonic power. No magic, gimmick, or abracadbra!

    In fact, I had never in my entire life, with all my waka waka before I encountered the Lord Jesus in 1994, saw a thing like the televised program.

    The woman would ask her clients to place some papar notes (Ghana money) into a white calabash. Then she would instruct them to place a Ghana-Must-Go bag under a wrapper. Lo and behold, the bag would fill up dramatically under the watchful eyes of the camera man. I saw it lon TV.

    As a Mathematician and a rational being, I was baffled. But then the greatest shock came a few minutes later. All the people who went inside her sanctum came out with bags full of money (different currencies). They walked out beaming with smiles. One particular woman rolled on the floor several times before she took her bag of money into a waiting Toyota SUV. Out of a dozen people who were shown on the program, only one couple trekked to the venue. The man and his wife walked away with two bags full of money.

    That was the beginning of my investigation.

    When the family returned later in the night, I asked the husband if he had seen the program. To my surprise, he replied. "oh, are you talking about the fair skinned woman?" I replied in the positive. Then the shocker came, "her own is small. There are many of them on TV."

    It then occured to me that they hardly watch Nigerian programs on their cable. So I was prompted to ask which cable
    subscription they had. I can't remember the name but it wasn't a Start Times or DSTV.

    My frequent trips to their house began.

    I saw wonders.

    Raw dollar produced by a man who claimed that black magic was real. People, let me spare you the details.

    I have not been able to get the picture of my nose pierced yellow actress (xxxx) out of my mind.

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  15. On Money Ritual (Edited)

    I saw wonders...

    Sometime in the year 2020, my wife's friend (Pastor's wife) called from their church to ask my wife a favor - she wanted my wife to tell her children to prepare for an evening piano class. It was a Saturday evening.

    My wife was busy cooking, so I decided to take the message to their house. I entered the living room (parlour) and was telling Igwe (10 year old boy) the message when I noticed a scene on the TV..

    I was curious to find out why some people seated in what appeared like a church auditorium. I asked Igwe which "prophet" was on TV. The boy replied, "it is not a church; the people want to collect money." At that point my antenna went up.

    How so? I queried.

    Igwe said: "you'll see" and dashed into the room to get dressed.

    I quietly sat down to watch. I saw WONDER!

    The woman is based in Ghana and her trade actually was (as at 2020) money ritual. Televised live on TV.

    Raw manifestation of demonic power. No magic, gimmick, or abracadbra!

    In fact, I had never in my entire life, with all my waka waka before I encountered the Lord Jesus in 1994, saw a thing like the televised program.

    The woman would ask her clients to place some paper notes (Ghana money) into a white calabash. Then she would instruct them to place a Ghana-Must-Go bag under a wrapper. Lo and behold, the bag would fill up dramatically under the watchful eyes of the camera man. I saw it l
    on TV.

    As a Mathematician and a rational being, I was baffled. But then the greatest shock came a few minutes later. All the people who went inside her sanctum came out with bags full of money (different currencies). They walked out beaming with smiles. One particular woman rolled on the floor several times before she took her bag of money into a waiting Toyota SUV. Out of a dozen people who were shown on the program, only one couple trekked to the venue. The man and his wife walked away with two bags full of money.

    That was the beginning of my investigation.

    When the family returned later in the night, I asked the husband if he had seen the program. To my surprise, he replied. "oh, are you talking about the fair skinned woman?" I replied in the positive. Then the shocker came, "her own is small. There are many of them on TV."

    It then occured to me that they rarely watch Nigerian programs on their cable. So I was prompted to ask which cable subscription they had. I can't remember the name but it wasn't Start Times or DSTV.

    My frequent trips to their house began.

    I saw wonders.

    Raw dollar notes produced by a man who claimed that black magic was real. People, let me spare you the details.

    I have not been able to get the picture of my favorite nose pierced yellow actress (xxxx) out of my mind.

    Any typos or systemic error is unintentional.

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  16. Nothing serious. But would have loved to have a more caring and listening father

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    1. I thank God that I have a hardworking man as a father that introduced all his children to hard work at early stage.

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  17. The devil offered Jesus Christ the whole world, only if Jesus Christ would perform the ritual of obedience to the devil. The whole world offered included power, control of mankind and money.

    Of course there are con men who claim to have power to do money rituals just to take the little or much in the hands of the greedy. They are like the charlatans found in all professions.

    Charlatans exists because true practitioners exist.

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  18. You see Ghana ehh, that's where most of our naija boys go. I teach in a govt sec school and after the covid lockdown nearly all the boys from ss2 down to ss3 had gone into Yahoo plus. riding big cars. Goodness me! kids not up to 17 years indulging in rituals and all what not. Money ritual exist big time.

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  19. All you need is to pray that God should open your eyes , show you the right direction .Then watch how things turn around like?
    Those people shouting money ritual ,go check some of them don't know their left and right.
    Mehn,the only ritual there is to make use of your brain and know the right button to press.
    Hard work pays,keep it legit.

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