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To everyone reading this listing.  We have a bunch of products like this one.  This is an item that may have seen on the website before.  For whatever reason this piece has either gone out for more testing, has been loaned out, or was sent for further research.  All of these items work superbly.  Even if you've seen the listing before, be careful to re-read the listing.  Many of the items will have an update found at the beginning of the listing.  Some of the items are more powerful than we thought they were and some of them have even more powers/abilities than we realized!


Nithda's Banishment and Blessed "Re-birth"

The Swiss have a time-honored and world-wide reputation for being orderly, industrious and sober. Like their famous Swiss watches, the people of Switzerland like to follow a steady pattern, day in and day out.

They are the kind of people who you can count on in difficult, as well as good, times.

The Leuthold farm near the village of Machswanden, near Zurich, was plagued by a persistent poltergeist and the family lost their normal routine.

For nearly 5 months it made even the simplest of farm chores a contest of endurance and perseverance. Day after day the mischievous spirit kept moving the tools and implements that the family needed to run the farm. It seemed like nothing was ever where it was supposed to be, or where it had been left.

The Leuthold's endured until the poltergeist appeared in their lives. Paul Leuthold was reasonably well educated for a local farmer, he kept a diary of the goings-on that made life an endless series of frustrations.

The entries in the diary gave a a clear picture of the disruption that the poltergeist caused.

One of the first entries in the diary concerns the disappearance of a milk container that had 18 liters of milk in it. The family later found at the far end of the stables, far away from where it had been left.

The activities started out slowly. First the milk can, then a pig feed bucket, that an umbrella stand. Within a few days, things began disappearing every day. An item would vanish from its normal spot and reappear in a strange place.

The poltergeist also had an uncanny knack for picking on the very things that the Leuthold's most needed. For instance, the tires on the bicycles, which the Swiss use extensively, would suddenly be without air, for no apparent reason.

Noted in the diary, November 19, 1960, was a very busy day for the poltergeist. The diary read: "5 a.m. I plug in the motor of the cider press and leave it to do my milking chores. Suddenly, there is a single boot in the middle of the barn. The milking pail floats in the water trough. I decide to check on the cider press. I hear the motor spluttering as I reach the cellar. I find the plug pulled out and the cable pulled back about four yards." Constant oddities kept occurring... it was frustrating and eery at the same time.

Lights were always going on and off at random times, the rabbits were often let out of their cages, the chicken feed and the cat's plate was often hidden. Every day something else moved!

The milk cart disappeared and reappeared. The washroom window was taken off its hinges and thrown to the floor. The pig pen gate was opened by unseen hands and the pigs paraded around the chicken house.

Despite the unending annoyance, the Leuthold's took it all in with stride, giving the poltergeist the nickname of "Leo."

Elfi, the household maid seemed to be extra eccentric about the phenomena. A neighbor thought that she was behind the happenings, but we later learned that "Leo" came forth through an enchanted piece that was given to Elfi from her fiance.

When Elfi left to be married, the Leuthold's found peace once again, but Elfi had constant troubles in her new home and marriage!

It took a long time for them to realize that the lingering "Leo" was adhered to this piece. When they did understand, Elfi and her husband immediately pawned the item.

The emblem item was a one of a kind piece made for Elfi back in the 60's... when we learned of these experiences through Paul's diary we investigated to learn that "Leo" went along with Elfi.

We contacted her and found out that the piece was pawned. After 6 months of searching and placing ads for this piece, we got a call. The item now belonged to an elderly woman who was given it as a Christmas gift about 15 years ago.

The piece is stunning --- but she always knew there was something unique about it. Stella, the elderly woman, has been paranormally sensitive her whole life and so she was not alarmed when there were odd things happening in her home. She just wasn't able to proclaim the hype being Leo's existence in the piece.

Stella thought it was great that we investigate, test and study the paranormal and allowed us to purchase this piece from her.

After 4 months of working, researching and testing this piece we were able to conclude that Leo was infused upon the metal used to make Elfi's piece.

His spirit was trapped and he was angry because he was a djinn inhabited in a different piece that became thrown into a meltdown, to make this piece. He caused chaos and disruption to showcase his anger.

Deedee connected with him and learned about the scenario. We performed a trichotitis mastery ritual which granted "Leo" back his enriched powers and enabled him to share them with someone he bonds with. The djinns actual name is Nithda, but he didn't mind being called Leo, so you can call upon him either way.

You will be blessed with enrichment of powers when you connect with Nithda.

He was the most powerful djinn in his family line. He can instill incremental assets to bring you wealth, success, love, fulfillment and simply a better life.

Being trapped without his ability to share his blessings for decades he is overly anxious to work with others. He truly motivated Deedee with an amazing, extraordinary blessing just when she needed it!

This is a very powerful djinn that is about near perfect --- no rebuttal, or denial, to work with a pure person who holds a need!