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Sabar Mantra
Taken from Google books Yantra-Mantra Tantra and Occult Sciences" By Bhojraj Dwivedi

Sabar Mantra are used to dispel effects of snake bites, ghosts, evil spirits etc. It is still a mystery as how they work. According to a Pauraanik episode, once there was a discussion between Shiv and Paarvatee when they were fighting with Arjun in the form of Kiraat. At that time Shiv was in the form of a Shabar and Paarvatee was in the form of a Shabaree, that is why these Mantra are called Sabar or Shabar or Sabaree or Shabaree Mantra.

Many people still believe that a great ascetic Matsyendra Naath who was an accomplished Aghor in Kali Yug was the great user of these Mantra. There is no reference of these Mantra in Vaidik or Pauraanik times. After Matsyendra Naath, his disciple Guru Gorakh Naath was its main user. He wrote these Mantra in a simple common language for the benefit of commoners. And that is how these Mantra came to be called as Shabar Mantra. There are 11 Aachaarya believed to accomplish these Mantra - (1) Naagaarjun, (2) Jadbharat, (3) Harishchandra, (4) Satya Naath, (5) Bheem Naath, (6) Gorakh Naath, (7) Charpat Naath, (8) Avaghat Naath, (9) Kanyaadhaaree, (10) Jalandhar Naath, and (11) Malyaarjun Naath. These Mantra are easy to follow like gems.

In various Cantos of Yajur Ved and Atharv Ved there are many scientillating Mantra which relate to the cause of death, killing, restraining activities of enemies, infatuation etc. Although they are also effective Mantra but Sabar Mantra have their own separate place as effective Mantra which are said to yield instant results.
(1) They do not require the observance of any code, style or procedure, premeditative rituals, sacrifice or any other ritual as is in the case of Vaidik Mantra.
(2) There is consideration to piety, purification, prayer, worship, obeisance, cleanliness or observance of any code and mode as is in Vaidik Mantra.
(3) Vaidik Mantra are worship and obeisance oriented, as each Mantra has a specific Deity to accomplish a specific aim. And the aspirant prays and asks for his benevolence to accomplish the aim, but Shabar Mantra are quite different - in these Mantra the aspirant orders the Deity, and that also in a challenging tone, "Get up and proceed, do this work, and if you will not do it, you will be cursed and punished."
(4) In Vaidik Mantra, chaste, cultured and sober language is used while in Shabar Mantra, a sort of rough and abusive language is used to force the Deity to do his work, failing which he will be punished.
(5) Devotion to preceptor is the salient feature of these Mantra, devotion to his Guru cannot be ignored. They regard their Guru higher than the God.
(6) The experts in Shabar Mantra have tremendous confidence. They are accomplished Aghoree, courageous, fearless and arrogant. That is why it is repeated in every Mantra that Guru is everything and God is secondary.
(7) There is another specific characteristic of these Mantra that each word in the Mantra is treated as if spoken by God Himself. The existence of the Deity or the God is recognized separately, but at the end of the each Mantra God's omnipresence is accepted. There comes a story in Ken Upanishad (read this story here) in which God destroys gods' pride by showing their might useless. So Shabar Naath must have understood this fact and he did not forget to pay his obeisance to God every time.

Types of Sabar Mantra
Although there are several types of Sabar Mantra, here are given some

(1) Shaanti Karan Mantra
These Mantra are not meant to do any harm to others, loss, or to seek freedom from natural, supernatural or man-made problems. They are used to dispelling diseases, impact of unfavorable, effects of ghosts and devils, witches, to remove hurdles, to lessen the effects of scorpion or snake bites, effects of sorcery, witchcraft and planetary bad effects etc. These Mantra are capable of warding off all the three types of agonies, Rati is reigning Deity of these Mantra. One should recite these Mantra in winter season and early in the morning at 4 am. Facing north-east direction wearing white clothes. If the aspirant sits on a Swaastik seat, uses crystal or Rudraaksh rosary, it will give quick results. Besides, milk, pure Ghee, sesame seeds, figs, wood of fig tree, and Kheer should be used in a golden or Nava Ratna pot. These are the basic requirements for this ritual except where they are mentioned otherwise.

(2) Pushti Kaarak Mantra
By these Mangtra one can add to his wealth, status, fame, reputation, leisure, pleasures, comforts, property, money etc. Deities for such Mantra are many depending on the purpose. These Mantra and their allied rituals are performed in the Maagh or Phaalgun, when white neat clothes or royal dress should be worn. To perform prosperity related rituals it is imperative to use cow's pure Ghee, Bael leaves, jasmine flowers, Kheer, Lotus root, yogurt (curd), cereals, sesame seeds etc. A rosary of coral, diamond, crystal or Rudraaksh is recommended. One can get quicker results if one can sit in Padmaasan.

(3) Vasheekaran Mantra
All such Mantra are able to enchant other persons are called Vasheekaran Mantra. They can be used to enchant friends as well as foes. This process is called Vashya Karm. Goddess Saraswatee is its Deity. They are normally done in Spring season, sitting facing north, and using coral, diamond or crystal rosary (for quicker results). Salt and mustard oil are used at the sacrifice. Use a copper urn, and the day is Saturday. The aspirant must be polite, humble, modest and speak very sweetly.

(4) Stambhan Mantra
By the use of these Mantra any person, animal, bird or any mobile object's speed, progress, activity or function can be retarded, restricted and limited. These Mantra are called Stambhan Mantra and the process is called Stambhan Karm (Prakriyaa). This process enables the aspirant to obstruct any object's (live or inanimate) natural course of activity or performance, thus rendering an object's working capacity to cause inertia, inactivity and immobility. This should be done in Winter season, facing east, at evening time and yellow color. Use a rosary of Rudraaksh or yellow beads, it is a requirement.

(5) Vidweshan Mantra
These Mantra are used to create rift and animosity, distract an inimical and unfavorable person from his friend, region, village, favorite object, and are called Vidweshan Mantra. This is an ill-motivated device which create jealousy, rift, detachment, disenchantment between two friendly people. Goddess of this ritual is Shree Jyeshthaa whose abode is in south-west direction. Season is Summer season, time is afternoon, day is Tuesday. Everything is not bad.

(6) Uchchaatan Mantra
These Mantra cause mental derangement and lunacy without any apparent cause. They can make a person hallucinated and misled. The person feels uncertainty, lack of confidence, fear disturbance. Durgaa Devee is the Deity of such rituals. Its rituals should be done in rainy season, during 4th Prahar (4th phase) of the day, facing north-west direction, wearing smoke colored clothes, sitting on an animal's or buffalo's skin. Use earthen vessel and crow's wings for oblation. Its effect may be tested if somebody has somebody's wife, son's money, piece of land and other persuasions fail to yield the favorable results.

(7) Maaran Mantra
These Mantra can cause even the death to the targeted person, that is why they are called Maaran Mantra. Bhadrakaalee is the goddess of such Mantra and her abode is south-west direction. Ideal time to practice them is midnight of Krishn Paksh days during the winter season. The aspirant should wear blue or deep blue color clothes and sit on a buffalo's skin. Use an earthenware and owl's wing for oblation of poison mixed blood and a string of donkey's teeth. An ideal day is Sunday with 5th, 11th, 12th or Amaavasyaa of the krishn Paksh. If all these requirements are used, the required results can be seen quickly. ONE MUST NOT USE THIS - because they kill the aspirant also. Always try to get relief first.

Stambhan Mantra and Vidweshan Mantra - can be used for good purposes also. If any man is attracted to another woman than his wife, this Mantra can create the rift between them and save the marriage. In the same way if some very evil man is living in a village, he can be forced to leave that village by the use of this Mantra. Maaran Mantra should never be used.

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