Hadis mahkota yang dimaksud kayaknya hadist ini:
Rasululah bersabda tentang hal ini:“Jika datang pagi hari, Iblis menyebar para tentaranya ke muka bumi lalu berkata, “Siapa di antara kalian yang menyesatkan seorang muslim akan aku kenakan mahkota di kepalanya.” Salah satu tentaranya menghadap dan berkata, “Aku terus menggoda si fulan hingga mau menceraikan istrinya.” Iblis berkata: “Ah, bisa jadi dia akan menikah lagi.” Tentara yang lain menghadap dan berkata: “Aku terus menggoda si fulan hingga ia mau berzina.” Iblis berkata: “Ya, kamu (yang mendapat mahkota)!” (HR Ahmad dan Ibnu Hibban).
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This is the Authentic Ruqya, which is the Islamic method of removing the evils from the Jinn, envy, evil eye and related topics.
Allah (swt) Says in Quran And We send down of the Qur'an that which is healing and mercy for the believers, but it does not increase the wrongdoers except in loss. Suran Al-Isra:82
Ruqyah (plural: ruqa) derives from the past-tense verb raqa. It consists of words said or written in the form of dud or Dhikr for the purpose of protection or cure. It is sometimes accompanied with other actions, such as blowing or wiping over the thing to which it is applied.
A synonym for ruqyah in Arabic is "ta'with" and "ta'withah", from which derives the description "al-Mu'awwidhat" (the protecting ones) for the last three suras of the Qur'an, and "al-Mu'awwidhatan" (the two protecting ones) for the last two suras only (cited below).
People from most cultures and religions use various forms of ruqa. They are usually referred to in English as spells, charms, incantations, and so on. Most of those ruqa contain magic, shirk, senseless words, lies, etc. Because of this, the Prophet (Peace and Blessing upon Him) prohibited using ruqa at first. Ibn Masud (RA) reported that the Prophet (Peace and Blessing upon Him) said:
'Indeed, ruqa, amulets, and tiwala*, are all acts of shirk.' Recorded by Ahmad, Abu Dawud, and others. Verified to be authentic by al-Albani in as-Sahihah no. 331.
(*Tiwala: Beads or other objects, usually worn around the neck, believed by some people to have the power of making a husband love his wife.)
Later on, he (Peace and Blessing upon Him) allowed people to use only the ruqa that he approved, or that did not contain shirk. Jabir Bin 'Abdillah (RA) reported that Allah's Messenger (Peace and Blessing upon Him) prohibited ruqa. Then, some people from the tribe of 'Umr Bin Hazam came to him and said, "We have a ruqyah that we used to use for scorpion and snake stings; but you have now prohibited using ruqa." And they showed it to him. He (Peace and Blessing upon Him) said: 'I do not see anything wrong in it. Anyone among you who can benefit his brother should do so.' Muslim