The patient's ability to see the one who worked Sihr (sorcery) against him, the sorcerer, the place where sorcery is practiced, (Part No. 1; Page No. 113) or `A'in (one who casts an evil eye), upon reciting Qur'an on him, is not considered as knowing the Ghayb (Unseen). Anyone who believes that they know the Ghayb (Unseen), according to this matter, is Kafir (disbeliever). Knowledge of Ghayb (Unseen) is restricted to Allah, the Glorified and He does not disclose it except through revelation inspired to some of His Angels and Messengers. Allah, the Exalted, states,
Say: “None in the heavens and the earth knows the Ghaib (Unseen) except Allâh”
Allah, may He be Glorified and Exalted, also states,
And with Him are the keys of the Ghaib (all that is hidden), none knows them but He.
What happens to the patient concerning this type (of knowing the Unseen) is out of the satanic influence and deception for Banu Adam (human beings, descendents from Prophet Adam). This happens because the reciters seek the assistance of Jinn (creatures created from fire) even if they may pretend to recite (some verses of) the Qur'an and Noble Hadith in order to deceive and misguide the ignorant, the laypeople, and the foolish. By so doing they make people believe that their recitations are useful; thus, they steal their money and exploit them to serve their own interests and desires. In reality they are soothsayers and diviners. Even if what they predict sometimes occurs and what the patient sees turns out to be true, the patient should not rely on this and should not be tricked into believing it. Otherwise, they will accuse people without Shar`y (Islamic legal) grounds; rather, because of the influence of Jinn (creatures created from fire) as was previously mentioned. We recommend you not pay attention to such illusions that may shake your `Aqidah (creed) and cause you to cut your ties of kinship and harm people. Moreover, you should turn to Allah, the Exalted, and seek refuge with Him Alone to relieve your distress. (Part No. 1; Page No. 114) Place your hopes on no one but Allah and do not rely upon anyone except Him Alone. You must treat yourself with Ruqyah (reciting Qur'an and supplications over the sick as a cure) and the Shari`ah-based supplications mentioned in the Book of Allah and Sunnah (whatever is reported from the Prophet) of His Prophet (peace be upon him) and take the permissible medicines that may help you recover, if Allah wills.May Allah grant us success. May peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family, and Companions.