The Qur'an's final two surahs reinforce what we already know. And with their inclusion, we will have analyzed every surah from the 67th through the 114th, most of them in their entirety. This is the ultimate confession: Qur'an 113:1 "Say: I seek refuge with the Lord of the Dawn from the mischief of the evil He created." Islam's dark spirit - the Morning Star, the Prince of Darkness - created the mischief of evil. By admitting it this blatantly, Lucifer has insulted our intelligence and declared that he inspired Muhammad. Qur'an 113:3 "From the mischievous evil of Darkness as it becomes intensely dark, and from the mischief of those who practice the evil of malignant witchcraft and blowing on knots, and from the mischievous evil of the envier when he covets." I was taught that it's better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to open one's mouth and remove all doubt. Muhammad is indicting his own behavior. He did the very things he claimed were demonic.
As proof that Muhammad was guilty of "the mischievous evil of darkness," and that he practiced "the evil of malignant witchcraft and blowing," I present these confessions: Bukhari:V7B71N643 "I heard the Prophet saying, 'If anyone sees something he dislikes, he should blow three times on his left side and its evil will not harm him.'" Bukhari:V6B61N535 "Whenever the Prophet became ill he used to blow his breath over his body hoping for its blessing." Bukhari:V6B61N536 "When the Prophet went to bed he would cup his hands together and blow over them reciting surahs. He would then rub his hands over whatever parts of his body he could reach, starting with his head, face and frontal areas." If those who "practice the evil of malignant witchcraft and blowing" are demonic, Muhammad has introduced us to his revealing spirit.
This next Hadith is especially incriminating as it is entirely Satanic. Its author is Aisha, Muhammad's favorite wife. Bukhari:V4B54N490-V7B71N658 "Magic was worked on the Prophet so that he began to believe he was doing a thing which he was not actually doing. One day he said, 'I feel that Allah has inspired me as how to cure myself. Two persons came to me in my dream. One of them asked the other, 'What is the ailment of this man?' 'He has been bewitched. He is under the spell of magic.' 'Who cast the magic spell?' 'A Jew.' 'What material did he use?' 'A comb, the hair knotted on it, and the outer skin of the pollen of the male date-palm.' 'Where did it come from?' 'It is in the well of Dharwan..' So, the Prophet went to the well. Upon his return, he said, 'The date-palms are like the heads of devils.' I asked, 'Did you blow out those things with which the magic was worked.' He said, 'No, for I have been cured by Allah and I am afraid that this action may spread evil amongst the people.'" Denial, hallucinations, paranoia, and deceit are all part of the demonic recipe. Muhammad didn't want the story out because it was so incriminating. He became what he condemned - and he knew it.