The procedure to remove ayin horah by pouring lead has been practiced by Jews around the world for centuries. In Yerusholayim it has been practiced by various 'experts' for many years. Indeed Harav Hagaon Rav Yisroel Yaakov Fisher ztz''l sent hundreds of people to have the procedure done for them.
The Rosh Yeshivah Hagaon Rav Moshe Shmuel Shapirah ztz''l also sent people to have this procedure done for them.
During the six-day-war there was a constant stream of soldiers lining up to have the procedure done for them by a G-d fearing Yerushalmi woman.
The procedure is known to be so effective at even saving lives, that the Tzemach Tzeddek ztz"l has a 'responsa' (included at the bottom of this page) on whether the lead can be heated up on Shabbos in order to do the procedure to save the life of a sick person! He even seems to permit it under certain circumstances!
For the last 5 years Rabbi Doniel Hool has been using this ancient, traditional method to firstly identify and then remove ayin horah to the best of his ability-REMOTELY -OVER THE PHONE!- with amazing results bs'D.
Usually Rav Hool performs the procedure remotely from his home in Jerusalem for clients around the world, however it is also possible to arrange an appointment in Jerusalem to have the procedure done whilst the client is present.
Rav Hool has the approbation of Rav Mattisyahu Doitch shlita - dayan of the Eida Chareidis and Morah D'asrah of Ramat Shlomo, Jerusalem, and the brochoh and encouragement of Hagaon Rav Dovid Abuchazerah shlita' from Nahariah.
This method involves pouring molten lead into a pot of water (with various other ingredients). We need the hebrew name and mother's name of the person being treated. The person being treated does not need to be present during the procedure and they may even be in another country! The person being treated does not even need to be aware that the procedure is being done for them!
Before the procedure is done, the recipient (or the person ordering the procedure on someone else's behalf) should say the first paragraph of shema and the eleven pesukim at the bottom of this page. (first possuk 3 times). There is one other small requirement that Rav Hool requests before he does the procedure. See 'The kaboloh' tab at the top of the page.
DISCLAIMER: ALTHOUGH WE HAVE INDEED SEEN TREMENDOUS SUCCESS b'H, THERE IS NO GUARANTEE THAT THIS PROCEDURE, OR THE KAMIAH WILL BE EFFECTIVE! EVERYTHING NEEDS SIYYATAH DISHMAYAH (HEAVENLY HELP)! UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD THIS PROCEDURE OR THE KAMIAH BE RELIED UPON TO REPLACE CONVENTIONAL MEDICINE OR IN PLACE OF RESPONSIBLE BEHAVIOR TO LOOK AFTER ONESELF!
(Often in cases of medical issues, the procedure acts as the 'key' to allow the conventional medical procedure to work or to successfully identify the correct conventional medical treatment)
Please understand that the procedure requires a large amount of physical, mental and spiritual effort by Rav Hool. He cannot do more than a certain amount of procedures in a day. It is done on a 'first come - first served' basis. We will make maximum effort to oblige every single person as soon as possible.
Doing the procedure drains the energy of the person doing the procedure and Rav Hool even used to regularly become ill after removing ayin horah until he received the brochoh and encouragement of Rav Dovid Abuchatzerah shlita to continue (because he was matzliach and was helping people) and he obtained the kamayoh for protection.
If you wish to order the procedure, you should go to the 'How to Order' page and follow instructions 1-7.
Rav Hool will contact you and arrange with you when he can do the procedure. At the prescribed time you should say the first paragraph of shema (kabolas Ol malchus shomayim) and then read the eleven pessukim below (first possuk 3 times) and also have in mind the Shem Hameforash is hidden inside the pessukim. That is all you need to do.
You must also find a very, very small kabolas mitzvah (not a neder or a verbal promise -just 100% intention to carry on with it.) You do not need to reveal what your chosen mitzvah is. An example is to be makpid to say 'modeh ani' as soon as you open your eyes in the morning.
After the procedure Rav Hool will contact you by phone or email and tell you what he sees in the lead, if there is something significant.
We have to ask you to pay for the procedure before it is done as the ayin horah is known to return if payment is not made! So to avoid any delay in payment after the procedure, -for your own benefit- we ask you to pay beforehand.