Everything, animate or inanimate, exercises an athr (impression / influence ) . Rasulullah ( S a l l a l l a h u a l a y h i wasallam) said: “Do not allow humaqaa’ (ignorant women) to breast feed (your infants), for verily milk is contagious.”
The effect is both physical and spiritual. In this Hadith, Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) relates the contagiousness to hamaaqah (being stupid /imbecile / foolish). The primary consequence of the hamaaqah of the woman will be the effect of hamaaqah in the child she breast feeds, and this is not a physical disease.
Thus the contagiousness mentioned in this Hadith refers to a spiritual/intellectual malady even if the woman is physically healthy.
Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) had also forbidden sitting on the skins of wild animals regardless of such skins being pure and permissible for use after they have been treated for the expulsion of all moisture.
Almost every Nabi prior to the publication of his Nubuwwat (Prophethood) was made a shepherd by Allah Ta’ala, never a camel-herd or a cattle-herd. The reason for the profession of being a shepherd, is that humility is a natural attribute of sheep which is lacking in camels and cattle. Association with goats and sheep exercises the effect of humility in human beings.
From these examples, the detrimental and harmful physical, moral and spiritual effects of blood transfusion and organ ansplants should be quite understandable.
The article in this regard appearing on page 11 confirms this reality.
Even atheist scientists have established by their own methods the reality of athr.
1 in 10 transplant patients inherit the personalities of their organ donors
Leading scientist claims consciousness lives on after death By Rachel Ellis, London
The transplant was a success. Then the donor came to take it back. That was the premise
of the 1991 film Body Parts, in which Jeff Fahey plays a man who loses his arm in a car accident. The arm of an executed death row inmate is grafted on in its place. The only problem is Fahey soon discovers that the arm is possessed by a force he cannot control.
A leading scientist claims he has proof that patients who undergo major organ transplants can inherit the personalities of their donors.
Gary Schwartz, a professor of psychology at the University of Arizona, says he has details of 70 cases where this controversial phenomenon has occurred. And he claims that it affects at least 10% of people who have a heart, lung, kidney or liver transplant. (This is according to the findings of the limited testing of the scientist. From the Ahaadith it is clear that such ‘inheritance’ is an almost certainty.- The Majlis)
The theory that personality and character traits can be transferred via an organ transplant has existed for some time, but most scientists have ridiculed the notion. (This
theory has been confirmed by Rasulullah –sallallahu alayhi wasallam – more than fourteen centuries ago. The ridiculers are morons in whose brains Allah Ta’ala has cast rijs –filth which has disturbed their thinking process. – The Majlis)
Schwartz now claims to have evidence that in the most extreme cases patients adopt a donor’s taste in food, take up the same interests and pastimes, and even develop talents that the donor possessed. (In the same way patients adopt the fisq, fujoor and kufr of the
‘donors’ of the organs and the blood. – The Majlis)
In one case, a woman who had been healthconscious and calm began craving fast food and became aggressive, just like the biker whose heart and lungs she received. In another, a sevenyear- old girl had nightmares about being killed after being given the heart of a girl who had been murdered. Schwartz will present his findings at a holistic living conference in London next weekend, titled Icons of the Field. Critics put such events down to chance, the trauma of the surgery or the side-effects of the drugs that transplant patients have to take. (The critics are morons influenced by the devil. – The Majlis)
But Schwartz, who is also a professor of medicine, neurology, psychiatry and surgery and has published more than 400 scientific papers, said that all transplant patients should be warned that there is a chance they will inherit the personality of a donor. (Most certainly they will. It is not merely a ‘chance’. – The Majlis)
‘It is a big ethical question, but I believe transplant patients should be told there is a possibility that they will take on a donor’s characteristics. Then they can have a choice. “They can decide what is important: being active and being with their family, but with the chance that they might take on some traits of the donor that they might not like.” he said.
Our research shows that about ten per cent of patients will inherit some of a donor’s characteristics. It could even be higher, because most patients are afraid to share their experiences,” Schwartz said. “I don’t want to frighten people, but to make it more acceptable for them to share what is happening to them. If this is a real phenomenon, we shouldn’t ignore it and it requires further scientific study.”
Schwartz’s claims are based on the theory that all major organs develop a certain amount of memory. In a transplant, this memory can be transferred-from one person to another. (What he describes as ‘memory’ is in fact athr which is inherent in all things. – The Majlis)
He explained: “When the organ is placed in the recipient, the information and energy stored in the organ is passed on to the recipient. The stories we have uncovered are compelling and completely consistent with this systematic memory hypothesis.”
Since starting his research in the ‘80s, Schwartz has attracted widespread criticism from the medical establishment.
In one startling experiment, he claimed to prove that consciousness lives on after we die. (The kuffaar medical establishment is fundamentally atheist and satanic, hence the criticism. Their brains are polluted with satanism.
– The Majlis)