Many techniques are advertised, but it has been acknowledged by Middle Eastern scholars for centuries that if the Djinn don’t want to go, it is difficult to force them out. Some may agree to go with bargaining and persuasion, and some may agree to go as a ruse, only to return at a later time. Some may go if they fear punishment from more powerful Djinn or angels, who can be invoked against them. The ancient practice of beating a demoniac may make the physical body too unpleasant for them. Some of them have an ancient and strong attachment to the land and can resist dislodgment. It is a mistake for Christian demonologists to think that remedies applied against Satanic demons will always work against the Djinn. In some cases, they might be effective, but in others they will not.