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Bismillah Ar-Rahman Ar-Raheem


If one is successful in doing such in the mentioned way, then, if he compiles his book of comprehensive Jaffar, or the great Jaffar or Mass'haf-eQamari, or Loh-e-Mehfooz, or whatever you may call it, he will know all the chapters of wisdom and power. It will not only be of benefit to him, but through him, also to his close fellows and fellows of the city and all others, in money and achievement, and it will safeguard him and others from the evil of the devil and others.
CHAPTER 1...The Differnt Alloom (knowledges)
The Ilm of Astrology Let it be clear that, out of those Alloom (plural of ilm) which provide the information regarding the future and the past, the ilm of astrology is the oldest. First, for the reason of sacredness, it is not acceptable; secondly, it is a branch of mathematics and for this reason one needs to work very hard in this field. For most, it is not only difficult, but also almost impossible. In India, generally, the Brahmins have learned a few Asloaks (rules) and have tried to become Jotish (fortunetellers) and have brought a bad name to Jotish. Even if they master the Jotish, more often than not what they say turns out to be wrong, because the foundation upon which they laid their Jotish has long since rotted. Between now and then there have been many changes in the Solar system. For example, in the olden days, the point of balance of Rabbei (a rabbah means square) was in first degree of Aries, and the entrance of the Sun into this point, called Nau-Rose (the new day), was on the 21st of March. Now the Sun enters Aries on the 13th or 14th of April, but comes to the point of normality or balance on the 21st of March. This is the day when night and day are of the same quantity in time. From this, it is quite obvious that due to the changes in the Solar system, the point of balance has moved from the first degree of Aries to eight or nine degrees of Pisces. This is explained only to justify the above statement. I could give many logical reasons, but it would only lengthen the subject. The Ilm-e-Rummal The second oldest ilm is Ilm-e-Rummal (geomancy)which has been related to many Prophets, especially Prophet Adam, Prophet Idris and Prophet Daniel (peace be upon them). This ilm requires the same principles as mentioned earlier for the sake of piousness. But the use of this ilm has been discouraged unless and until it is absolutely necessary. This is advised in many books of Hadiths and others. My deceased father wrote a detailed book on the subject, named the Ketab Aitamadul-Rummal. If this ilm is used without necessity, it will be of no use, like other books of fortune telling. And even

though one has very deeply and carefully studied the drawings of all the sixteen types of horoscopes (geomantic figures), many times he will make mistakes and it will bring him nothing but embarrassment. The Ilm of Mesmerism The third oldest ilm is of Mesmerism(Hypnotism), which is that, in the state of relaxation, one concentrates the Soul towards a special matter and things begin to clear up. There are two different kinds: in the first, one will take the subject into a trance and with his spiritual power make the subject unconscious and then question him or her. In the second kind, one will concentrate through his soul to find out the required matter. This really requires concentration and meditation, which eventually will be a hindrance in remembering and praying to Allah. Like other Alloom, it has human errors. It is very easy to make mistakes. My father wrote a nice book on the subject, called Khuab-e-Maqnatees (Dream of magnetism). Power of imagination is a must for these ilm. This is also known as Makkashaffa. Whatever comes in light from these three Alloom are not trustworthy, due to human error. Sometimes one may find out something unwanted that may cause embarrassment or something that one may not be able to control. The Ilm-ul-Jaffer Therefore ilm-ul-Jaffer is the only ilm that not only provides the information of past and future, but also is not a hindrance to prayers, because by ilm-ul-Jaffer itself is a prayer. This, unlike evil (black) magic, does not harm the performer. If one makes a mistake, the result will still be good, though of a lesser intensity. Done in any way, the outcome is beneficial. The effects of this ilm, whether performed correctly or wrongly, begin to show within four weeks, which is the time limit for the results for this ilm. If the Saturn square has more Fire Alphabets, then the results should be expected in the first week. If Air Alphabets are more in number, then in two weeks, Water in three and Earth in four weeks. The explanation of Haroof (alphabets) will follow in the next chapters. CHAPTER 2...The Alphabets of Ilm-ul-Jffr

In this ilm, the most important thing is to understand the rules of Haroof-e-Basta (opened alphabets) and their use. There is no doubt that Ilm-ul- Jaffer is a Lunar book and has a complete relationship with affairs of the Moon. In the same way that the Moon has 28 stages that translate into 28 Alphabets. And in the same way that the orbit of the Moon is divided into 360 degrees, so the Qawaid-e-Basta Haroof (the rules of opened alphabets) are 360. That is why, when the Moon is conjunct the Sun or is in the sign of Scorpio or in any other way in fall or inimical, it is forbidden to write it. In ilm-ul-Jffer, the term Qawaid-e-Basta and Haroof-e-Basta means to make an alphabet from another alphabet. In all the books it has been agreed that there are only 360 Qawaid-e-Basta. But not one book has mentioned more than a few ordinary Qawaid. In reality, this ilm is an ocean, where every one has tried his best and written according to his findings. But they did a wise thing by taking it from hearts to books. I am also doing the same and will write down what ever I got from the ancestors, so that one can benefit from it. But one must look to the spirits of the purest Imams, so that he can enlighten his heart with the blessings of Allah. The first Abjad is Abjad-e-Jammal Kabbir, which has eight words. The first word Abjad consists of four letter. The second word is Hawwadh, which has three letter. Third is the three letter word Hutti. The fourth is the four letter Kaleman. Fifth is the four letter Sfas. Sixth is the four letter Qarashat. The seventh is the three letter Thakhkhaz and the eighth is the three letter Dazagh. First Abjad Abjad-e-Jammal Kabbir

English Abjad

A (Aa) Alif Alif H (ha) H Hay H (ho) Ha Hay K (kl) Ka (Kaf) Kaf S

B (b) Ba Bay W (wa) Wa'ov Wao T T Ty (To'aiy) L (lay) Lam Lam A (en)

J ( j) Ja Jeem Z (zz) Za Zay I Ya Yay M (ma) Meem Meem F Fa Fay S (sh) Sheen Sheen kha Za Zay gh gha ghain

D Dal Dal

4 Letter (Arabic)

Arabic Urdu English

Hawwaz (dh)

3 Letters (Arabic) Arabic Urdu English


3 Letters (Arabic) Arabic Urdu English

N Noon Noon S Saad Saad T (et) Ta Tay z


4 Letters (Arabic) Arabic Urdu English


4 Letters (Arabic) Arabic Urdu English

Saa (S) Ain (en) Seen Q (Q) Qaf Qaf S (sa)(th) Sa Say Zaz Zad Zad Ain (en) R (ra) Ra Ray kh kha Khay za za zoy


4 Letters (Arabic) Arabic Urdu English


3 Letters (Arabic) Arabic Urdu English

Zaz'Zagh (Dazakh)

3 Letters (Arabic) Arabic Urdu

CHAPTER 3.... The Alphabets of Ilm-ul-Jffr First Abjad - Abjad-e-Jammal Kabbir The letters of all eight words and their numerical values are as follows: Alphabet Value Alphabet 1 2 3 4 5 6 8. Ha 9. Ta 10.Ya 11.Kaf Value Alphabet 8 9 10 20 30 40 15. Seen 16. Ain Value Alphabet Value 400 500 600 700 800 900

2.Ba 3. Jeem
1. Alif 4. Dal 5. Ha

60 70 80 90 100 200

17. Fa 18. Saad

19. Qaf 20. Ra

23. Sa 24. Kha

22. Ta 25. Zal

6. Wao

12.Laam 14.Noon

26. Zad 27. Za

7. Za


21. Sheen


28. Ghain


The ilm of numerology depends upon this Abjad, and because of this, all the present, past and future work Is done. Second Abjad- Asbat - Haroof-e-Tahhaggi The second Abjad is Asbat, which is known as Haroof-e-Tahhaggi, and is taught in the common rules of interpretation of Haroof. Second Abjad - ASBAT 1. Alif 8. DaI 15.Zad 22. Kaf 2. Ba 3. Ta 4. Se 5. Ja 6. Ha 9. Zal 10. Ra 11. Za 12. Seen 13. Sheen 16.Ta 17.Za 18.Am 19.Ghain 20.Fa 23. Lean 24. Meem 25. Noon 26. Wao 27. Aa

7. Kha 14. Saad 21.Qaf 28. Ya In Abjad-e-Jamal (Camel, big) Kabir (great) the top in sequence are those numbers which are known as numbers of status or honor or hidden numbers. In subordination to these are real numbers and are related to Jamal-e-Kabir numbers. Both are used in this Jim, and in certain circumstances the Honored numbers are taken from the second Abjad, namely Asbat. It will be stated later. These are said to be the oldest words, meaning that, these are found in the oldest sayings. With regard to pronunciation and the number of the Moons stages, these are twenty-eight in total. And the above-mentioned eight words are the names of Allah. And their pronunciation and the way of writing them is the oldest. First these were written in Suriani and then in Hebrew language, then in Arabic and Persian language.

The Methods of Working with Ilm-ul-Jffr

Relationship to Haroof-e-Abjad
It is a must that the Aamil
(the performer/doer)

of Jaffer and Takseer (The method of breaking the

alphabets and changing their values), before starting an Ammal (the doing of the work) or the writing of a consent or a Taweez (writing the values in certain mathematical form to increase the power, such squares, rectangle etc., should pay the Zakaat, otherwise it will not work. Or in Azeemat Khawani (reading/recitation of holy verses ) it may reverse the effects. The easy way to pay Zakaat is as follows: The first thing is to follow the cleanliness conditions explained earlier. The second is to consider the dignity and the exaltation of the planet. It should in no way be inimical or in fall. So must the Aamil start the Ammal for the Zakaat in the moment of the dignity of the planet. The Aamil should read every day, four thousand, four hundred and forty four times [4,444] every alphabet for twenty-eight days continously. The Aamil should wear non-alcoholic perfume (s) specifically related to the said Planet. If the alphabet is Fire, then he should burn the Baghure (a perfume seed which, when burned, gives out perfumed smoke) related to the Fire planet. and so on, respectively. It must remain so throughout the Ammal. The meaning of the 8 names of Allah are: 5. Sfas 1. Abjad He started 6. Qarashat 2. Hawwadh He met 3. Hutti He came to know 7. Thakhkhaz 4. Kaleman He talked 8. Dazagh

He learned He sequenced He kept watch He finished

Their letters are divided in the following way: 1. 2. 3. 4. First seven are Fire Second seven are Air Third seven are Water Fourth seven are Earth

For the Fire alphabet he should face East and keep the Baghure burner pot near him, with fire in it. If he writes the alphabets then he should burn them in a fire of berry tree wood (a special berry tree found in the Middle East and South Asia). For the Air alphabet he should face West and sit at a higher elevation, where air can blow around him. If he writes the alphabet, then he should hang this writing on a tree. For the Water alphabet he should sit near Water. If this is not possible then he should keep a pot of water near him and face North. He should put his writing in water, like a river, a pond or a well. For Earth he should face South and sit on clean earth (soil). If he writes it, he should then bury it in the earth or soil. The same rules apply for the writing or reading of Azeemat and Taweez. Otherwise the whole Ammal will not bear fruit.

Elements Fire Air






Mercury Sheen

Moon Zal

Alif Jeem Dal

Ha Za Ha


Meem Seen

Fa Qaf



Water Earth






(In Astrology the status of the Earth element is over the Water element. Whereas in ilm-ul-Jaffer it is the other way around.)

Sun Moon Mars

19 Aries 3 Taurus 28 Capricorn

19 Libra 3 Scorpio 28 Cancer

Ruler ship Detriment

Leo Cancer Aries Scorpio Aquarius Capricorn Taurus Libra Sagittarius Pisces


15 Virgo

15 Pisces

Gemini Virgo


15 Cancer

15 Capricorn

Sagittarius Pisces

Gemini Virgo Aries Scorpio Cancer Leo


27 Pisces

27 Virgo

Taurus Libra


21 Libra

all of Sagittarius

Capricorn Aquarius

Planet Saturn

Day Saturday,1 / 3 quarter of the day

rd st

Benefit/Purpose For the construction of house, buildings, hidden treasures, separation between enemies & their destruction, etc. For higher status & government matters, etc. Living, food and love For destruction and conquering of enemies, war, battles, etc. To impeach, control enemys tongue, speech To receive education, progress & earn a living, etc. For progress, achievement, earn a living, music, etc.

Perfume Loban

Color Black





Moon Mars

Monday Tuesday

Camphor Uud

Green Red



Red Sandalwood Musk, Sandalwood Sandalwood







The Taweez of the Nine box Square: Since I mentioned Taweez, it seems reasonable that I, in this respect, write briefly on this too. So let it be clear that when one has to write a Taweez of Names of Allah or Azeemat (holy verses), then he should take the numbers of it, according to Jamal Kabir, and then subtract twelve out of it. If the remainder is divisible by three, then it will be correct to write a Taweez, otherwise it will not work. What you get after the division by three is your starting number. From there you increase respectively. Example 1 -- For example, the word Hawwa (Eva) Example 2 -- Take another number as an has three letters in it, and their power is as example:

follows: Ha
Wao Alif Subtract 12 (as rule)

=8 =6 =1 Total = 15 -12 = 3

Lets say the number 36 Subtract 12 (as a rule) Divide by 3 (as rule) 24 3 So our starting number

= 36

-12 24
= 8 = 8

3 is divisible by 3 so 3 3

Therefore our starting number = 1 Since there are nine boxes in a square, we need nine numbers, which will be as follows: In Example 1: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8 and 9. In Example 2: 8,9,10,11,12,13,14, 15, and 16 The method to place them in the square is as follows -- Whatever the Name of Allah or Azeemat you are writing, you must consider the predominant element of the letters. For example, if the name or Azeemat has mostly Fire letters, then you must write the first number in the middle box of the top line of the square. If it has mostly Air letters, then start with the middle box of the right line of the square. Earth will go to the bottom line and Water to the left of the square in the same way. The next number has to follow the sequence in following way. And this is in the manner of chess play. After the first number, move like a knight to two and a half boxes and the third will move like a knight again. Then fourth will move like a rook to the next box. Then write the fifth with the move of bishop, and the sixth with the same move. Again with the move of a rook write the seventh. Again like a knight write eight. Then again like a knight for the ninth. Make sure that all the lines of the square, including the diagonals, add up to the number fifteen.
6 7 2 1 5 9 8 3 4 =15 =15

=15 =36 =36 =36 =36

=15 =15 =15 13 14 9 8 12 16 15 10 11

=36 =36 =36

Relationship to Haroof-e-Abjad

The Taweez of a Sixteen box Square: The method for this is to take the total numbers of the Azeemat or name of Allah and add them up. Then subtract thirty out of it and divide the remainder by four. If the remainder is divisible by four then the obtained number is written in, according to element, in the particular box. Proceed as follows: The second will move as knight to two and a half boxes. The third will go as bishop, fourth as knight, fifth as rook, sixth as knight, seventh as bishop, eighth as

knight, ninth as Example 1 -Evenly divided number (no remainder) Total number of Haroof = 34 Subtracting 30 (as rule) -30 4 Divide by 4 (as rule) 4 =1

Example 2 -Remainder of 1 after subtraction and then division Total number = 35 Then do the same process Subtract 30 as a as above but add One to the rule -30 number in the thirteenth box. 4/

=5 Divide by 4 as a rule 4 / 4 =1 [Remainder] =1

8 In the first example where, there is nothing left, 13 the numbers are: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 3 15, and 16. 11 14 1

Example 3 --Remainder of 2 =36 -30 =6 Divide by 4 as a rule 4 / 4 =1 [Remainder] =2 If left with Two, then add One in the ninth box. Total number is Subtract 30 as a rule





Example 4 -Remainder of 3 =37 -30 =7 Divide by 4 as a rule 7 / 4 =1 [Remainder] =1 If left with three then add one to the Fifth box. For example, when writing in the thirteenth box add one to its value. Lets say this number was thirteen, so write fourteen in this box. The rest of the numbers will follow in the normal way. Total number is Subtract 30 as a rule

In the first example where, there is nothing left, the numbers are: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, and 16.








Example 3. Where Two (2) is left after division, the numbers are: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Add One in the 9th box, so we get: 1, 2, 3,4, 5, 6, 7. 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17



14 3 11

2 17 5

7 10 4

13 6 16

Example 4. In which three (3) is left after division, the numbers are: 1, 2, 3, 4, Add One in the 5th box, so we get: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17









CHAPTER 5...Consideration of the strengths of the elements and the planets

Relationship of Elements to Each Other One must take into consideration the Element factor in each case, especially for the one who wants to have Ammal done and the subject on whom the Ammal is being done. Keep in mind that if the Seeker has the Fire element in abundance in his name and the subject has the Air element in abundance, or the seeker has more Air and the subject has more Fire elements, then the Taweez will work very quickly and the impact will be deep. The same thing is true if the seeker has more Earth and the subject has more Water element letters in their names and vice versa. And if the seeker has more Fire and subject has more Water element letters, then the Taweez will never work. The same thing is true if the seeker has more Air and the subject has more Earth letters. Friendship and Enmity of Planets It is very important that one should keep in mind the friendship and the enmity of each planet in consideration. Always write a Taweez or read an Azeemat keeping these factors in consideration; also many other factors may make them their enemies or at fall or become dignified. A condition of a sextile (making 60 degree aspect) is half friendship. A Trine is a full friendship. A square is a half, whereas an opposition is a complete enmity.

Power and Weakness of Planets Another important factor is the power and weakness of a planet, many times a malefic planet may become benefic. Therefore the impact of both the benefic and malefic planet will be great. See chapter 4 for the benefic and malefic positions of the planets. All the Planets are in detriment in the fifth house or sign from the sign of their ruler ship.
Sun Friends Moon Mars Mercury Jupiter Venus Saturn

Moon Mars

Sun Mercury

Moon Sun Sun Venus Jupiter Venus


Sun Moon Mars

Mercury Venus Mercury Saturn


Venus Mars Mercury Saturn Jupiter

Saturn Saturn
Jupiter Mercury Moon



Jupiter Sun Mars

Enemies Venus Saturn

Mercury Sun Moon

Venus Moon CHAPTER 6...How to find ascendant and position of Sun and Moon on a particular day
In Ilm-ul-Jaffer it is very important to find out the Ascendant (Taaleh / rising sign), and the positions of the Moon and the Sun.


Days Sign Cancer Leo Virgo Libra Scorpio

Days 31 31 31 30 30

Capricorn 29 Aquarius 30 Pisces Aries Taurus Gemini 30 31 31 32

Sagittarius 29

Position of Sun Add all the days passed from 1st of January until the day of the question and add to it ten (10) as a rule. Then divide it by the sign and the amount of days allocated as follows: Example: On the 22nd of March someone wants to know the position of the Sun -- at what degree and in what sign is it? Add the days passed through the 22nd of March from the 1st of January. Total days = 81 Add 10 as a rule =10 91 89 = 2 Give the 2 to Aries. The Sun is at two (2) degrees of Aries. Total = 91 Give 29 days to Capricorn = 29 30 days to Aquarius = 30 30 days to Pisces. = 30 Total = 89 days

January = 31 February = 28 March = 22

Position of the Moon Say someone asked about the position of the Moon. To find it, one must know the Moon month date. Let us say that the date today is 4th of Rabbih-ul-Awwal. Multiply the date by thirteen (13) and add to it twenty- six ( 26) as a rule. Then divide it equally among all signs giving 30 to each sign. Starting from the Suns sign at the time of birth of the Moon.

Example: Todays date is the 4th of Rabbih-ul-Awwal 4x13 =52 Add 26 as arule +26 Total = 78

Say the Sun was in Pisces at the time of birth of the Moon. So giving: 30 to Pisces = 30 + 30 to Aries = 30 Total = 60 so 78 - 60 =18 We are left with 18, which will go to Taurus. Therefore the Moon is at 18 degrees of Taurus.

Position of the Ascendant One should know how many Gharis have passed until the time of the question. There are sixty (60) Gharis from sunris e to sunrise. Count the Gharis at the time of question and multiply it by six (6) as a rule. Then add the degrees the Sun has moved in the present sign. Begin to give the days according to the table provided above, starting from the sign the Sun is in. Example: On the 22nd of March 1877, a question was asked, then it was 6th of Rabbih-ul-Awwal 1194 Hijra. And the Sun was one (1) degree of Aries, and the time was 10 Gharis. Number of Gharis = 10 Multiply by 6 as a rule x 6 = 60 Add 1 degree of Sun + I = 61 Give 30 to Aries, 30 to Taurus and the remaining 1 to Gemini. The Ascendant at that time was one (1) degree Gemini. The other method to find the ascendant is to know how many degrees the Sun has traveled in the sign it is in. Now the Sun always rises with the sign it is in. This rising sign and the following signs rise for a particular time. Start by dividing the total number of Gharis passed over from sunrise to sunrise (60 Gharis) by the total of signs passed (12 signs) to see how many Gharis it will take for a sign to pass (5 Gharis). If Sun was at 1 degree of Aries and time was 10 Gharis. Number of Gharis passed = 10 60 12 = 5 Gharis for a sign to pass 10 5 = 2 signs passed Thus from 1 degree Aries to 1 degree Taurus is one sign, and from 1 degree Taurus to 1 degree Gemini is the second sign. So at 10 Gharis, the Ascendant was one (1) degree of Gemini.

CHAPTER 8...The method of making the complete book

Jaffer-e-Jammiah The method for Jaffer-e-Jammiah is as such that a book of (28) twenty-eight lines is created, in which every part has (28) twenty-eight pages, and in every page there are (28) twenty-eight

boxes, and in every box (4) four letters are written. The first letter is considered the box, the second letter taken as a line, the third is taken as a page and the fourth as a part. Therefore there will be four Alif in the first box. The meaning of this is that the first box is the first line, and the first page and the first part. In the second box will he one Bay and three Alif. And in the last box of the first line will be one Ghain and three Alifs, to mean that the twenty-eighth ( 28th ) box will be the first line, and the first page and the first part. The last box of the last page of this book will have four Ghain in it.

The second way is that the first letter is marked for part, the second marked for page, the third marked for line and the last marked for the box. This is called Jaffer-e-Kabir. The result for both is the same. Both have the same value, status, benefit and the rules of extraction of results. This book will have a total of 784 pages, 32952 lines and 922656 boxes. Therefore in this world, every word a human being can possibly pronounce can be found in this book, whether it is meaningful or not, and from any language. If it is a four-letter word, then one can find it in one box. If it is more than four letters then it can be found combining with the other boxes. For example, the Arabic word Khaliq can be found in Jaffer-e-Jammiahs box number twenty-four (24),on line one (1) of page twelve (12) and part nineteen (19). The Persian word Aizd can he found in the Jaffer-e-Jammiahs box one (1), line ten (10), page seven (7) and part four (4). The Sanskrit (Indian) word Eeshwar can be found in box one (1), line ten (10), page twenty (21?), and part twenty (20). This book is a complete book. If you want to find out any persons name, the name of a planet, the name of an angel, or of a Mowakal, and the name of any other thing or matter, you can find it in the same manner in this book. If it is a four-letter word, then you will find it in one box, and if more than four letters then take it from the next box and therefore the line where the name is found in the box is the diary of that person or matter. The lines before that box are the future of that person and the lines after are the past.