Talal Zoabi was born and raised in the Holy land of Nazareth, Israel. At the early age of seven, he learned of the supernatural underworld when an evil presence would visit him during the night. Tali was terrified! This presence had a devil like dog face, and a very long tail. For a child this was terribly scary for him and left him with several sleepless nights concealing his head under the covers praying the evil presence would go away forever. One night the evil presence entered his room as usual. Tali would soon discover that this would be the last visit from the evil creature. Behind the evil presence entered a glowing man with a flowing white beard. Tali immediately felt safe. He knew this special man was sent to him for protection. The evil presence turned in to amber (like a fire without a flame) and slowly left the room relinquishing ash. Since then Tali never saw the evil presence return.
After this experience Tali realized that he was totally different from the typical person. Occasionally, visions of the future would arbitrarily appear to him and later see the visions come true. He would sense negative energy in places that he had no idea tragic or black things had taken place. He started having regular visits from the white bearded man. It was then the white bearded man would teach him about the underworld and spiritualism. He has read many ancient and modern books. Also internet articles, some that he has learned to be true and lots that were false information. For many years he learned about symptoms of black magic, breaking black magic, demonic possession exorcisms and the spirit world. People started consulting in Talal about different dark experiences they had been having that were due to black magic and other evil beings. He would have dreams and see visions of a way to break these spells and issues. Over the years he has created his own talismans to concur black magic individually.
When Talal was fourteen, he started working in his first official office in Haifa, Israel. The office belonged to a woman who was claiming to be a spiritualist and also breaking black magic spells. After a short time he realized that she was giving him the work that she couldn’t perform. The reason she couldn’t perform this was a result of her practice of black magic for her clients. She would perform black magic, then contact the people she did black magic to and offer to break it for a fee. An individual that performs black magic cannot break black magic. Once he realized her darkness he knew this wasn't the place for him and set off to work solo. From there Tali’s name began to spread from word of mouth and become well known throughout the holy land. His reputation was growing quickly. His clientele consisted of different religions, races, and cultures. He worked with several Christian clergymen and Muslim Sheiks on many different exorcisms.
What started off as a visit to his sister one summer evolved into an academic and cultural journey that spanned twelve years and 3 continents. The summer visit in the European nation woke up a love of Film making. Tali studied in Florence, Italy at Imagina University. As his horizons broadened, he soon left for America where he studied scientific discipline at De Paul University and Harold Washington University. Living in a giant city like Chicago - compared to the relative safety of Nazareth which is much smaller in size – offered its own insights into the variety and similarities of attribute.
Tali then headed to the Golden State of California to be closer to his other sister and to study Massage Therapy and scientific discipline at Bryman College and DeAnza College that had invariably interested him. He then went on to manage different Bay area day spas in San Francisco. Where he met his future wife – before returning to Israel.
Tali then returned back to the Holy Land to create Nazareth’s very first day spa and fitness center. Having to spend over full time hours at his business and having little or no time for his spiritual work and his family, Tali decided to close the spa after six years. This call was mirrored on the high demand of individuals in need of his services.
Influenced by his father, who in his own youth worked numerous strenuous hours to grow a one-man business into a variety of thoughtfully run closed corporate ventures, Tali credits his father for instilling in him with foresight and vision, a way of journey, business skills, level-headedness and disposition to understand a dream during a world where nothing is 100 percent sure.
What prompted Tali return to the Holy Land was a love of learning, a passion for people, and an awareness of the magnitude – also a closeness of the world. Tali, who is proud of his Arabic roots and of his family that has lived in the Middle East for thousands of years, sees a bigger image, and maybe a smaller world once being away for over a decade, he identifies with the concept of world citizen. Because of his life experiences, Tali fluently speaks Arabic, English, Hebrew and Italian and has helped an uncountable amount of individuals throughout the globe.