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    Thai women and voodoo.....

    I've heard a few rumours and stories over the years about Thai's using voodoo or maybe it's hypnotism on farangs.

    What are your experiences and stories?

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    ^Better known as black magic, methinks...

    An incredible amount of Thai people is pretty much possessed...

    If you get a chance to witness what I call an exorcism, jump at it...It's more common than you might think...

    Lots of black magic spells done here...

    Remember The Green Mile?..."Gnat sucking" scenes were great...
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    Put the bottle down and step away from the computer......

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    ^Are you packin', mofo?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang
    I've heard a few rumours and stories over the years about Thai's using voodoo or maybe it's hypnotism on farangs.
    Yes, they chomp rampantly on one's penis and as if by magic 500 baht appears

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    The wife believes in it all and most of her friends.

    I won't believe it till i see it though.

    I do believe a couple we know may have been partaking in this that is why i started the thread.

    His wife is very jealous and insecure but always dresses up to please the eye, sometimes over the top. That's why she doesn't have any farang female friends(anyway that's another story).
    she took her husband to the local witch doctor back in her village and since the visit,

    He has lost his sense of smell(he was always complaining about her nam pla).

    He appears distant.

    He always sawadee caps the Buddhas in the house.

    He does everything she say without argument.

    I honestly believe he has been hypnotized or something..

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    ^ so you admit to being an ATM

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasabi View Post
    ^ so you admit to being an ATM
    I never admit to anything, i've never been an ATM.

    Is this Voodoo talk you speak off?

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    Possessed am I

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    ^Just cold...

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    Wait till your " Ting tong" finds a poultry egg in the bottom of a pot plant that She was transferring to a flower bed in our English garden.
    The Monks had to be called in to eradicate this curse, the curse of a chicken egg at the bottom of a flower pot, that one of her Thai friends had planted on her, because she is jealous.

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    Isaan is rife.
    Way of life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang
    I honestly believe he has been hypnotized or something..
    Drugged is the most likely explanation.

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    apparently eating the still beating heart of a cobra is black magic, and it sucks the strength from the eaters own heart. Its a black magic way of killing someone slowly with no evidence.

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    Is it there or China that has the thing with the pubic hair in the drink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang
    He always sawadee caps the Buddhas in the house.
    Seeing grown men type things like this always amuses me...... it's a clear indicator of the type of men that you can end up being subjected to when involved with Thiland.......

    I'll le you come up with your own title for such people.......

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    An English mate of mine really believed an ex-employee had put a spell on him that was affecting his health.

    He was taken to this monk who confirmed that he was hexed and he had to go to some temple in Korat to have treatment like an exorcism.

    When he returned he was much happier and he was also wearing this ornamental type belt around his waste and against his body.

    He had to wear this thing for some time and before the monk announced he was cured.

    A lot of hogwash as far as I am concerned but he believed 100% in this spell and he is not an idiot in fact a well educated and successful businessman.

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    My (Filipina) wife of many years is both bright and educated. Also a rare Filipina in that she sees the Catholic church for what it is. But, she does believe (like almost all Filipinos) in faith healers.

    These are guys with no medical training, who cast spells and cure people, writing in some magical script a spell on a small piece of paper which is then stuck to the forehead of the afflicted. Herbal medicine is also part of the process.

    Most of the poor use them, as they can't afford hospitals.

    I've seen little kids go to them, and improve dramatically within a day or two. Who knows? Maybe the fever just ran its course, or maybe the herbal medicine concoction did some good.

    Lots of medical mysteries out there - would be foolish to discount them all (especially herbal medicine) out of hand. And, it will almost certainly remain the only recourse for the poor.

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    Perceived / learned helplessness is often at the route of why these magic healings seem to work, especially where people have little recourse to medical treatment through poverty. If they are feeling ill, and this is compounded by not having the money to visit a doctor or get drugs from a pharmacy, they start to feel worse and worse. A faith healer / bush doctor etc visit breaks the cycle in their head of feeling helpless, and they start to perk up - often the miraculous turn around is little more than the body sorting itself out, which happens quicker when the person actually believes they are not helpless anymore and will get better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    apparently eating the still beating heart of a cobra is black magic, and it sucks the strength from the eaters own heart. Its a black magic way of killing someone slowly with no evidence.
    Is it a very slow and painful death?

    I think it's happening to me!

    I call it marriage though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcock View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang
    He always sawadee caps the Buddhas in the house.
    Seeing grown men type things like this always amuses me...... it's a clear indicator of the type of men that you can end up being subjected to when involved with Thiland.......

    I'll le you come up with your own title for such people.......
    It has got to the point now where we try and have nothing to do with other Thai/english couples.
    90% of the couples we have met in the last 12 years have been painful.

    Some more pics of Voodoo in CM





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    ^ This voodoo stuff is on the south corners of the moat? One seems to be inside the park. This is interesting and no one has ever told me about it.

    I'm going to take a look next time I'm in town!

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