The world of the JINN, Hinn, Binn, khin, Rimm, Timm, Nephilim and Possession

Very few people knows that There were creatures in this earth way before the Jinn they were called HINN, BINN, Timm, Rimm, AND KHINN before the jinn and way before Adam. Also the Nephilim In Noah time

The jinn, in all their shape-shifting varieties, are an integral part of Islamic culture, literature and poetry
The mysterious beings are said to live on earth among humankind (Mohamad Elaasar/MEE)
The mysterious beings are said to live on earth among humankind (MEE/Mohamad Elaasar)
By Indlieb Farazi Saber

In Islamic doctrine, the story of mankind begins with an act of rebellion by a jinn when the devil, later known as Iblis, refuses to prostrate himself towards the image of Adam.

As punishment, the devil is expelled from the heavens and so begins his war against God and man. He later tricks Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, catalyzing their own fall from paradise.

Made from a smokeless fire, Iblis and jinn like him are nevertheless spiritually similar to man in that they are capable of independent moral judgement and freedom of action.

Not all jinn are considered devils and, in Islamic tradition, many have served as friends and helpers of mankind, although interaction between the two is discouraged.

The unseen jinn are said to have existed before humankind, their images often depicted as frightful beings (Siyah Kalem, Topkapi Palace Museum Library, Public Domain)
The unseen jinn are often depicted  as frightful beings as seen in this work on display at Topkapi Palace, Istanbul, Turkey (Public domain)

In the Muslim imagination, the jinn occupy a shadow world, at once shared with humans but also transcending time and physical space.

They can see and hear the things humans do, and some have the ability to influence human action, quietly influencing men and women to make choices that may not be in their best interests. 

Ones that constantly accompany humans are known as Qareens, just one type of several jinn that are believed by some to live in our midst. 

The word “jinn” comes from the Arabic trilateral root “ja-na-na”, which means to hide or to conceal, an apt description for beings that are kept hidden from human vision, existing in a parallel world known as al-Ghaib, or the unseen.

Amira el-Zein, author of Islam, Arabs, and the Intelligent World of the Jinn, suggests the beings were worshipped by pre-Islamic Arabs, who associated them with elements of nature.

Some researchers and hobbyists have also suggested that the jinn originate in ancient Mesopotamian  mythology, where jinn-like entities were worshipped as gods.

Earth’s original residents

In some Arab tradition  , the jinn are said to be the original inhabitants of the earth, and once ruled the planet after battling other life forms known as Hinn, made of wind, and Binn, made from water. 

Zakariya al Qazwini 11th-century Persian cosmographer, placed the origin of jinn early on in God’s creation of life, before humankind.

So fascinated was Qazwini with the supernatural, that he produced an illustrated book with drawings of fascinating, unnamed mythical creatures.  

The book entitled Ajaib al-Makhluqat wa Gharaib al-Mawjudat, or Marvels of Things and Miraculous Aspects of Things Existing was written in Arabic and translated into Persian and Turkish.

Paintings from the late 14th and early 15th century usually depict the jinn as demonic creatures (Topkapi Palace Museum Library, Public Domain)
Paintings from the late 14th and early 15th century depicting the hybrid jinn as demonic creatures (Topkapi Palace Museum Library, Istanbul)

Under his description of the animal kingdom, he wrote a chapter on creations including monsters, demons and jinn, where the latter are described as imperceptible creatures able to shapeshift. 

Revered by some pre-Islamic societies, who may have also gone on to worship the jinn as deities, the invisible beings are mentioned throughout the Quran, where they are described as being made of a smokeless flame.

There is even an entire chapter, Surah Jinn, dedicated to them, and throughout the holy book, readers are reminded that salvation is offered to both jinn and humankind. 

Iblis was said to have been brought up with the angels after he was captured in a battle on earth before humans existence (Unknown artist, Book of Omens, Falnama, Public Domain)
Iblis was a jinn brought up among the angels after he was captured in a battle on earth before humans existed (Book of Omens/public domain)

In one mythological tradition, the Earth was once a hotbed of chaos caused by the Hinn and Binn, who may have been ancient tribes that had supernatural powers.

Hinn were mentioned in pre-Islamic Arabian lore, and their existence has been accepted by Alawi Muslims and the Druze community. 

The Druze also believe in Binn, who were once said to live in what is now Yemen.

They also refer to Rimm and Timm, with some suggesting all four are the same beings described in the biblical Book of Genesis as the Nephilim , mysterious giants who existed in a time before humankind. 

Angels, humans and jinn

In some traditions, adopted by Muslims, once the jinn successfully defeated Hinn and Binn, they became the masters of earth, but instead of peace ensuing, destruction followed, until angels made of pure light were sent to earth to battle the bad jinn who were causing carnage. 

A similar story has been told in the Book of Enoch, which describes a battle between angels and demons, and may have been the inspiration for later descriptions of jinn by Muslims, such as al-Qazwini and Ibn Kathir’s. 

When the angels won the fight, the bad jinn were cast to remote parts of the planet, such as islands, caves, and forests. They later featured in Arabian tales as haunting spirits in abandoned terrain, lying in wait for passing travellers to torment. 

Others are said to have built homes in the ruins of civilizations like Maadain Saleh  , now in modern-day Saudi Arabia – a place where the Prophet Muhammad is said to have walked through quickly to avoid the jinn – and Iram, in modern-day Oman.

Iblis is thought to have been captured by angels in an earthly battle and taken back to heaven (Unknown artist, Topkapi Palace Museum Library, Public Domain)
Iblis refusing to prostrate to Adam, depicted in this Persian painting (Topkapi Palace Museum Library)

In places where jinn are assumed to live, Muslims are encouraged to recite certain prayers for protection, in case they become annoyed by human presence in their unseen homes.

Some of the jinn were captured and taken as prisoners back to heaven where they were taught by angels. It’s here that one jinn – sometimes unnamed, sometimes known as Azazel – came to be known as Iblis or Satan after his pride made him refuse God’s orders to bow to Adam.

He is thought to be the leader of the demonic jinn, said to cause fitna (troubles) and lead people to their own destruction.  

Five ways people in the Middle East ward off the ‘evil eye’

According to Imam Muslim, a ninth-century Persian Islamic scholar, Iblis had five sons, though the identity of their mother remains unclear.

Each of them is a master in creating specific troubles. Tir or Thaber causes physical injuries, Sut or Misut spreads lies, Zalmbur encourages dishonest business transactions, Aawar encourages adultery and seduction, and Dasim plays the biggest role. 

The jinn creeps into homes to cause problems within a family, especially between a husband and wife, thus breaking the family structure, Iblis’ greatest victory. Some Jinn called Ammar who lives in homes, some called Abqar who give you insight of innovations. some called Noran those who guide you in the dark roads and desert by creating lights to fallow. and there are millions of others I will indicate them in my upcoming book ( FORENSIC DEMONOLOGY) In God well I will finished it in few years.

Mostly thought of as being malicious spirits, in Islamic tradition, there are also good jinn who live quietly side-by-side among humans in a parallel unseen dimension. Like humans, they have family structures, kingdoms and can be of any faith or none.

Believers in jinn sometimes credit these beings with helping to build some of antiquity’s greatest buildings, such as the Pyramids and the Temple of Solomon.

In the Quran, King Solomon, known as Prophet Suleiman in the Muslim world, had the power to control jinn and was told to keep them occupied to ensure they didn’t have time to cause disruption on earth. 

It was their strength and heavy-labor skills that he was said to have deployed in building his great temple. 


Historically, the jinn have played a big part in Bedouin folklore. Poetry, an ancient and cherished tradition in pre-Islamic Arabia, is often attributed to jinn-like possession. 

Others still blame the unseen world for medical conditions such as epilepsy or bipolar disorder, keeping the illnesses under wraps because of the societal stigma associated with supposed jinn-possession and instead seeking the help of religious figures to help with exorcism.

Sufis and mystics are sometimes sought to exorcise bad jinn, using haunting and ecstatic nawa music,  , and cupping therapy , now days they use it in physiotherapy, is used by some to clear away the jinn, sometimes referred to as bad energy.

Imam Ali, the son-in-law of Prophet Muhammad and a revered figure especially in Shia Islam is seen here battling with jinn (Unknown artist, Public Domain)
Ali, the son-in-law of Prophet Muhammad, is seen here battling jinn (Unknown artist, public domain)

Today with the spread of scientific rationalism, belief in the jinn amongst Muslims is increasingly either explained away as allegory for natural phenomena, or mentally set aside as another of God’s unfathomable mysteries.

Some say the jinn cannot physically possess human beings, the worst they can do is to plant thoughts in the mind, leaving it up to the individual to accept or reject.

Their existence and their form remain open to interpretation, with some Muslims saying they are purely metaphorical and others saying that denying belief in jinn negates someone’s belief in Islam.

Belief nevertheless remains widespread even amongst nominal believers, with associated traditions passed on to new generations like sharing jinn stories during sleepovers and family get-togethers, and rituals such as the wearing of amulets and the use of prayers.

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I am in progress writing my book ( FORENSIC DEMONOLOGY) to outline and name thousands of Jinn, DEMONS from A to Z. HOW THEY WORK , how the steal, lie, kill, and destroy , what are the sign and marks they leave behind, how we know them, stop them and avoid them, what to do to prevent them an get rid of them and how to burn them using the Ruqeya method from the Quran and other methods from the holy books, How they look like and some of those who I saw in my life time .

Saad Ramzi Ismail  Al- Hashimi ( STEVE RAMSEY), PhD

Author, Researcher, paranormal expert in  demonology and investigator 

Alberta- Canada


By Dr.Saad Al-Hashimi, PhD

Greeting from Calgary, Alberta - Canada. My name is Saad Ramzi Al-Hashimi . I am the founder and the director of the Paranormal zone- Haunting Dimensions. That deals with an investigation, debunking, and healing/cleansing. Having had many unexplainable experiences from a young age at a possible "haunted" house where plenty of things seemed to happen that I couldn’t explain, Since that time and I am looking and searching for an answer. After continuing to have many experiences that I just cannot explain, I have since become a firm believer that GHOSTS do exist. I continued for a short while as a member of a few other paranormal groups until I was very fortunate to become involved with a local fast growing organization where I felt very comfortable to start my own paranormal investigation. My best experience has been Indio California, Okotoks Alberta, Baghdad city , and many other places in Greece and North Canada. (yes I do believe spirits can hurt you so you have to be careful not to provoke or challenge a spirit ). I won’t tell you the whole story now but you are more than welcome to ask me on a ghost hunt. I am now looking forward to meeting many more people, all looking for that ‘experience’ that could possibly convince them that there is something more to life than we first thought. So please feel free to email me I have been involved in several paranormal groups over the years. Paranormal Adventures is different and exciting in ways I couldn’t possibly get before. When people ask if I believe in ghosts, I say I am a skeptical believer. I have had many encounters with spirit forms and believe what I have seen to be real and unexplainable. I always look for a normal mundane reason why at the same time. My area of expertise in the field of science. I have Ph.D. in Public Health from the USA, Master degree in Medical Ultrasound and BSc Degree in Diagnostic Imaging from Charles Sturt University Australia, BSc in Physics, and Radiology diploma from Iraq, Pharmacy diploma. Radiography diploma from London Ontario, Diploma in Natural Health from Quebec, Canada. Radiation physics from Australia, I studied the infra and ultrasound in the animal kingdom.P resented more than 20 lectures in Iraq, Greece, Germany, South Korea, Japan, Canada and I am the peer reviewer for the radiographer journal in UK, Netherlands, and South Africa. Earned the 3rd award for excellence in ultrasound - Canada 2005. I am also armature archaeologist, painter, calligrapher, and used to run acting theater play in Iraq- Baghdad, wrote, directed and acted in more than 27 plays. So debunking come naturally in my science and technology back round, and not like other debunking people around you who use Google for their search and call them self-debunkers, It doesn't work that way. In the near future, I will run live internet ghost hunts with night vision cameras giving users at home the chance to watch the spooky footage on, in my nights out. I look forward to seeing you all soon on one of our many events! I loved reading ghost stories and sitting on my own in the dark watching horror films. However. I Can decode dreams, and I see spirits in my dreams. I like to look at things from a scientific point of view and try to rule out all rational possibilities before concluding that events are paranormal. However, I do try to keep an open mind on all investigations. I started taking part in investigations since 1986; my first investigation usually any house, apartment that I move in or my friend's places. For many of my true paranormal stories you can read them at I will try to copy and move all my articles here in this site in near future. Thank you for reading and God Bless you all. Saad Ramzi Al- Hashimi, PhD. Alberta

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