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Institute for Occult Studies in Pakistan
By: RSS/News Feeds

An institute to teach the unknown

By Anjum Gill

LAHORE: Mystic Eye Institute is the city’s first institution teaching the occult, complete with a carefully designed syllabus and qualified faculty.

The institute, situated on Ferozepur Road near Tamaseel Theatre, promises a six-month diploma that covers astrology, numerology, palmistry, tarot card reading, telepathy and spiritual healing. Talking to Daily Times, Ali Afnan, a teacher at Mystic Eye, said, “This institute is the first of its kind in the entire province.”

The college believes that occult sciences, like any other science, can be taught systematically under the supervision of qualified teachers if the student is genuinely interested in the subject.

“Each teacher is specialised in one subject, and has a university degree to prove it,” Mr Afnan said. “They can teach their subjects easily in two months.”

The institute charges Rs 12,000 for a six-month diploma. “Any student who wants to learn one subject only can do so by paying Rs 2,000. But we strongly suggest a complete course so that a student has complete understanding of all aspects of the occult,” he said.

Allaying worries about the darker aspects of the occult, Mr Ali said the college was limiting the subjects that were being taught. The courses at the institute were “to inform and educate in the service of mankind”. Mr Ali said the authenticity of occult sciences. “References to the occult appear in all holy scriptures. Visions of ghosts and apparitions are repeatedly confirmed, the presence of extraterrestrial life is acknowledged by half the world’s population and hypnotism is often utilised in normal medical practices.”

The institute will help people understand subjects that have strongly influenced life since ancient times. “We help people understand the unknown, so they are not fooled by fake practitioners. There is a morality attached to these sciences,” another teacher, Hamayun Afzal said.

Among the institute’s students is a civil servant, a petroleum company manager and an airline employee.

Each student has a different reason to learn the subjects. While one wants to serve people, another wants to learn about the future. A girl wants to become popular by learning the occult and another believes she will find the perfect match with her knowledge.

Mr Afnan said the faculty consisted of Hamayun Afzal, Abdul Wahab, Tariq Sheikh, and Mohammed Shahnawaz besides himself. These people were established names in their fields and often wrote for newspapers and magazines in the country, he said. “We are inviting professors from India and Bangladesh. But this will happen at a later stage,” he said.

http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=story_16-9-2004_pg7_23

For the geographical challenged, Pakistan is a country in Southern Asia, situated between Iran & India.

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