In my earlier posting in December last year entitled "Of hypnotic and mystical help", I relayed the family's experience in engaging the various practitioners as alternative tracking methods of the then missing Nurin. I summarised the article by giving credit to 2 practitioners whom I thought as had able to provide a more accurate reading.
So naturally, when Nini went missing, the thought of introducing the two more reliable practitioners crossed the mind. Encouraged by fellow visitors to the blog, I paid a visit to Nini's parents last Saturday enquiring whether they would like to engage the practitioner's assistance in their pursuit of finding Nini.
So there I was at about 5.00 p.m. Saturday. The minute I was there I can't help but reminiscing the chaotic situation at Jazimin's place during the height of the searching operations for Nurin.
There were scores of people there. Reporters and cameramen were everywhere. Policemen and Rela personnels were "almost" in full force - cordoning the area.
Wah, I thought - "this is something else, a real red alert!". But I wondered a while on why were so many Rela and Policemen there, have they found her? But no, she was still missing. Then shouldn't the Rela and Policemen and the scores of people be somewhere else looking for Nini? Then I realise the reality check, the scores of people, the swamp of reporters, the "platoons" of Policemen and Rela personnels were actually there because there were some VVIPs at Nini's grandparents house at that time. So that's the reason for the cordoning, diversion of traffic and the heavy presence of Rela and Policemen! Aargh! I really felt like a fool thinking something big was happening there.
But something big was happening indeed. Our PM's wife and the Selangor MB and his wife were there, at Nini's grandparents house. And judging by the quick disappearance of the scores of people soon after the VIPs left the place, I can safely say most of them (except for the Security forces and the reporters) were actually there to have to sneak "direct" view of the PM's wife. As for the Security forces and reporters, I guess they just had to "cover" the VVIP visit. Soon after the VIPs left the house, the crowd of people, the policemen and Rela personnels also disappeared.
I do hope that at least the Policemen and the Rela personnels went somewhere else to look for Nini after that!
Though most of the crowd left the place soon after the departure of the VIPs, there were still well wishers coming by to render their support and to console the "troubled" parents. There were still reporters there, but of course not as many as earlier in the day.
Until late night, the parents were still receiving visits from various quarters, from Gerakan 4B to members of a Motorcycle Rider Club committing their respective assistance.
Caring neighbours volunteered in the upkeeping of the place. Some provided refreshments, some tidying up the place etc etc.
The spirit of neighbourliness shown to Nini's parents was indeed a reassurance that the Malaysian caring society is very much a reality and not a myth.
I managed to meet Nini's parents and told them about the practitioners. They agreed to see them and so I called the Silat Master over.
I thought I had helped them but I'm not really sure whether I have done the correct thing. It never occurred to me what would be their reaction if the readings are negative. Do they have the strength to accept negative readings?
Jazimin was strong and confident when Nurin went missing, partly because he believed his child was safe. I don't think he would be that strong if someone were to tell him that his child was being cruelly abused during the time we were searching for her!
When Jazimin knew that I brought the Silat Master there, I got a scolding! And come to think about it, I think I really deserved it. Jazimin has a point. He said,"What is the point if all you get are vague clues that you can't do anything much with!". "What if the reading suggests that Nini was in the hands of Nurin's abductor cum murderer?". "You will drive the parents crazy!"
Though I'm not suggesting what the Silat Master actually told the parents, but perhaps we can just ponder on the points Jazimin made. Vague clues will indeed drive a person go nuts. Negative readings is as bad either.
I do try to be positive about it and I hope that both the Silat Master and Dr. Sazali whom I believe is already working with the Police could be able to substantially help in tracking Nini through their special and gifted skills.
From what I understand, the remote sensing methodology practiced by Dr. Sazali is not something that you inherit. It is a skill that can be learned. In fact, such skills are actually taught at his Academy called Akademi Simfoni Minda.
While roaming the area looking at the spot where Nini was abducted, I just can't help noticing at this particular tree. The tree had a poster on Missing Nini. Somehow the poster was torn. And I'm pretty sure that it was not due to wind. I wonder what type of a person can do this. Small kids with itchy hands? If indeed it was done by a small kid with itchy hands, perhaps we have to do more to instill civic mindedness in our young.