The Life of Spiritual Healer Talal Zoabi
Discovering the Cure and Protection From Black Magic
Talal was different. Something about him made clients feel at ease and this made them able to trust him with spiritual healing. His charisma, talents and skills were recognized and appreciated, and he developed a wide clientele. Clients came from different cultures, races, and religions. Muslim sheiks and Christian clergymen alike have sought Talal’s help for exorcism rites. Over time Talal became so popular that his name became known far and wide. As did the power of good over black magic and protection from evil. His mission was to help people by breaking black magic and helping with other evil problems. People were starting to learn how to avoid black magic in the first place.
After helping many people in the Holy Land, Talal decided to visit his sister abroad. What started off as a family trip grew into an academic and cultural journey lasting 12 years and spanning 3 continents. In Florence, Italy that summer, the young man developed a love for film making. Imagina University helped cultivate Talal’s talents and skills and gave him an outlet for creating short films and other unpublished works. Talal then traveled to America to study various scientific disciplines at De Paul and Harold Washington Universities. In Chicago, everything seemed so huge – so very unlike his humble community in Nazareth.
Pondering the similarities and differences of his past and present life further developed the strength of character and clearness of mind. Talal then moved to California. There he studied massage therapy and other learnings at Bryman College and DeAnza. Shortly after an opportunity opened for Talal to manage several day spas in San Francisco. Here he met his future wife, before returning to Israel.