Showing posts with label God. Show all posts
Showing posts with label God. Show all posts


Kabah on earth is directly linked to Kabah on Saturn

I have Always been fascinated by out of body experiences and would like to have one. To Dream is a sort of an out-of-body experience, but not exactly.

The prophet Muhammad, salla allaho aleihi wa salem, had an out-of-body experience. It is widely know as the Night travel, in which the five Daily prayers were established.

His wife saw that his body was still on the ground, but what the prophet told about his experiences is something only a person who has had one can understand.

In surat al-Isra' you can read about this out-of-body experience.

But this makes me wonder. Who is Allah? Is he the source to all Creation, which for me is "God" or is he a "God" that is a creature living on Saturn?

Let us learn more about Al bayt al-Ma'mur.

The North pole of Saturn has a cube/hexagon
that is directly linked to Kabah on Earth.

Al-bayt al-Ma'mur is the kabah of paradise.

When I link this information to other piece of information I have had from David Icke (Watch video here) in which he tells us about a cube found on Saturn I am confused. The cube is a transmettor. Please listen to David Icke's videos to know more about this.

I have also Heard that NASA has discovered that there is a beam of light emitting from kabah out in the Universe, straight ahead it. This corresponds with what DAvid Icke is informing us about. The energi, in the form of attention and prayer towards Mecka and Kabah is directly linked to kabah in paradise, i e Saturn.

If we read a hadith about this kabah in Jennah it tells us that 70 000 angels are visiting it every day, when leaving never to return again.

It also informs us that Al-Bayt al-Ma'mur is exactly placed above the holy Kabah in Mecka and is identical with that of the one in the seventh heaven.

We are performing tawaf on Earth and exactly above us the angels are doinf tawaf around kabah in the seventh heaven.

Just to inform you, a cube is a hexagon if it is turned in Another direction.

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So, what do you Think about this?

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Test: Are you a Muslim?

Test: Are you a Muslim? Answer yes or no!

  1. Do you believe that there is a God and that He has sent a Messenger called Muhammad peace be upon him to us?
  2. Do you pray five times a day the same way a Muslim do?
  3. Do you fast during Ramadan?

Result: If you have answered yes on all of these then you are a Muslim, but perhaps not a Believer. If you have answered yes on only one or two, you can consider yourself a hypocrite or worse a Kafir. I you have answered no on every one, then you are not a Muslim, you are a Kafir. 

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How to discover your life purpose in about 30 minutes

How do you discover your real purpose in life? I’m not talking about your job, your daily responsibilities, or even your long-term goals. I mean the real reason why you’re here at all — the very reason you exist.

Perhaps you’re a rather nihilistic person who doesn’t believe you have a purpose and that life has no meaning. Doesn’t matter. Not believing that you have a purpose won’t prevent you from discovering it, just as a lack of belief in gravity won’t prevent you from tripping. All that a lack of belief will do is make it take longer, so if you’re one of those people, just change the number 30 in the title of this blog entry to 60 (or 120 if you’re really stubborn). Most likely though if you don’t believe you have a purpose, then you probably won’t believe what I’m saying anyway, but even so, what’s the risk of investing an hour just in case?

Here is a story about a man who found out the purpose of his life: 

Twice while Muhammad (pbuh) was still a young man he went on business trips with his uncle. On both trips, separate holy men warned Abu Talib to care for Muhammad (pbuh). They could see that he would be the great Prophet. Muhammad's (pbuh) uncle began to watch Muhammad (pbuh) more closely.

Muhammad (pbuh) was twenty five when he married his first wife, Khadijah. Khadijah was wealthy and came from a very respected family among the Quraish. She was forty and had been widowed twice. Both men had been wealthy and left her all of their money.
Abu Talib heard that she was looking to hire a man to take a caravan of merchandise to Syria. So on behalf of his nephew, he told her about Muhammad (pbuh). Khadijah had heard of how honest this young man was and agreed to allow Muhammad (pbuh) to lead the Caravan. During this trip, he was accompanied by Khadijah's personal servant, Maisarah.

Muhammad (pbuh) not only made a very successful trip psychically, but also financially. He had treated each trade with such fairness and honesty that Maisarah was overwhelmed. Maisarah was astounded at the way Muhammad (pbuh) conducted himself. He relayed all of this to Khadijah. Khadijah was very pleased at the great success of her trading mission.
Muhammad (pbuh) was soon rewarded with more. Khadijah having spoke with Muhammad (pbuh) and having heard the accounts of the trip from Maisarah, fell in love with Muhammad (pbuh). She confronted her best friend Nafisa. It was Nasfisa that went to Muhammad (pbuh) and asked him why he was not married. He replied that he was to poor to marry. Nasfisa told him of Khadijah and her love of him. She asked him if he would marry Khadijah. Muhammad (pbuh) accepted.

The authority in Mecca was divided among the ten senators who constituted the governing body of the Arabian Commonwealth. A storm had ripped threw Mecca, damaging many of the building's including the Ka'bah. A group of young men from each tribe had assembled in shifts to repair the Ka'bah, afraid that it would collapse. Though most of Mecca was worshiping idols, many of them felt the Ka'bah was the only remaining connection to the Prophets of the past.

The project was half way completed, and was time to replace the Hajai Aswad (the black stone). The tribes began to argue on who should have the honor. They all decided, the next one to enter the courtyard would decide the matter for them. The first to come was Muhammad (pbuh), the people cried out ‘Al Ameen, he will decide’. Muhammad (pbuh) listened to the tale of what happened. Then he got a large sheet and placed the black stone on it with his bare hands. He asked the chiefs of each clan to take hold of the cloth and carry it to the wall. When they reached the wall he told them to raise it up high. Muhammad (pbuh) again took the stone with his hands and placed it in position. The tribes we’re all very pleased with his wisdom. Muhammad (pbuh) had averted a war between them.

Muhammad (pbuh) and Khadijah had been married for fifteen years and they had many children. Unfortunately many died early in childhood. It was during this time that Khadijah turned all of her wealth over to her husband. She had done so, because Muhammad (pbuh) had no wealth of his own. She knew how much he wanted to help others. Muhammad (pbuh) never abused the wealth, using it only when he needed to help an unfortunate. He even paid off part of his Uncle Abu Talib debt, out of gratitude for having raised him. Muhammad (pbuh) also helped to raise his uncles children, and adopted a boy who was bought as a slave.

Muhammad (pbuh) had never believed in the worshipping of idols. He knew that Allah was a much higher power then these wood and stone figures could ever represent. He could see how lawless cruel behavior and superstitious immoral conduct had engulfed the tribes of Arabia. The land was fueled with bitter quarrels and bloodshed, that was slowly destroying them. To elevate his heartache, Muhammad (pbuh) would retreat to a cave known as Hira, in the mountains surrounding Mecca. He would meditate over the intricacies of the universe and creation.

He was forty in the year 610AD. He was is a deep concentration in the cave. The Angel Jibril appeared, with a dazzling light. “Recite!” the voice boomed echoing against the walls of the cave. Muhammad (pbuh) was so startled the only thing that he could think of saying was “I can not recite.” This was true he did not know how to read or write. “Recite!” commanded the voice again, louder. Muhammad (pbuh) was desperate, pain had seized his chest. He cried out again “I cannot recite!” Muhammad (pbuh) chest was squeezing even harder and he was frantic. “Recite!” boomed the angel. Muhammad (pbuh) wanting the pain inside of him to stop he said “What should I recite” The pain stopped. The Angel continued "Recite! In the Name of Your Lord, Who has created all that exists, has created a man from a clot. Recite...and your Lord is the Most Generous, Who has taught the writing by the pen, and has taught man that which he knew not." Muhammad (pbuh) repeated the words to Jibril. The angel disappeared and the cave went dark. 

Muhammad (pbuh) scared and shaking, not comprehending what had happened ran from the cave. He was stumbling down the path to his village, when he heard the voice call after him. “Muhammad (pbuh) you are the messenger of Allah, and I am the angel Jibril.” Muhammad (pbuh) cried out for Khadijah “cover me! cover me!” laying in her arms trembling through the night. Feverishly he slept till morning. When he awoke he narrated the story to his wife. Khadijah was worried about her husband, but knew of the prophecy of his life. She even spoke to her cousin Waraqa Ibn Naufal, who was old and blind and who knew the Scriptures of the Jews and Christians. He told her that Muhammad (pbuh) was visited by the Namus (The Holy Spirit) who came to Moses. He told Muhammad (pbuh) to be brave and hold his faith.

Muhammad (pbuh) was dreadfully concerned, how was he going to make them listen. His people had been indulging for generations. Most of the town was rich and had very little concern for others. Six long months passed without another revelation. It seemed that Muhammad (pbuh) would go mad. He thought that, he had displeased Allah in some way. He was then visited again by the angel Jibril. "O you (Muhammad (pbuh)) enveloped (covered in cloth) Arise and warn! Your Lord (Allah) magnify!" He awaked sweating and told Khadijah. This was the will of Allah and he had to warn the people. She accepted the revelations and abandoned the idolatry of her people and was the first to accept Islam.
In the following weeks the angel Jibril came to Muhammad (pbuh) teaching him the importance of purity, the manner of absolution and how to pray. Once this was completed Jibril taught him the most important surah. Surah Al-Fatiha. It took twenty three years, for the rest of the Quran to be revealed.

بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيم الْحَمْدُ لِلَّهِ رَبِّ الْعَالَمِينَ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيمِ مَالِكِ يَوْمِ الدِّينِ إِيَّاكَ نَعْبُدُ وَإِيَّاكَ نَسْتَعِينُ اهْدِنَ الصِّرَاطَ الْمُسْتَقِيمَ صِرَاطَ الَّذِينَ أَنْعَمْتَ عَلَيْهِمْ غَيْرِ الْمَغْضُوبِ عَلَيْهِمْ وَل الضَّالِّينَ

In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful.
Praise be to Allah, Lord of the Worlds,
The Beneficent, the Merciful.
Master of the Day of Judgment,
Thee (alone) we worship; Thee (alone) we ask for help.
Show us the straight path,
The path of those whom Thou hast favored; Not the (path) of those who earn Thy anger nor of those who go astray.

Muhammad (pbuh) began his mission with his family. Many ridiculed Muhammad (pbuh) and we’re in disbelief. Those who knew him well, accepted the truth. Zayd ibn Harith, his adopted son embraced Islam. Ali, his cousin was the next to convert. Ali was the son of Abu Talib. Abu Talib came to the Prophet and said: "O son of my brother, what is this religion you are following?" "It is the religion of Allah of His Angels, of His Messengers and of our ancestor Abraham," answered the Muhammad (pbuh). "Allah has sent me to his servants, to direct them towards the truth, and you, O my uncle, are the most worthy of all. I should thus call upon you and you should accept the truth and help in spreading it." Abu Talib replied that he could not abandon the religion of his fathers. He also said that as long as he lived he would not let any harm come to Muhammad (pbuh). Ali's conversion was followed by Abu Bakr, from the elders of his people. Abu Bakr was a close friend of the Prophet (pbuh).

Muhammad (pbuh) took his message to the people of the Ka'bah. He explained the oneness of Allah. How they must abandon their idols and accept the truth. The people we’re too reluctant to give up the their false tangible gods, that had been handed down to them for generations. They became hostile with Muhammad (pbuh) and the Muslims for offending them.

The wealthy and powerful non believers in Mecca disagreed with the teachings of Muhammad (pbuh). Many Muslims we’re tortured and slain for not giving up their belief in Allah. Realizing that brute force was not going to waiver the Muslims, they decided to bargain with Muhammad (pbuh). Muhammad (pbuh) was offered the position as Chief of Mecca along with any maiden he wished for a bride, and as much money as Muhammad (pbuh) wanted. The only condition was, that he must stop his teachings. Muhammad (pbuh) replied that his mission was beyond the riches of this life. No amount of money or gifts or power would stop him from his duty as messenger of Allah...


If you want to discover your true purpose in life, you must first empty your mind of all the false purposes you’ve been taught (including the idea that you may have no purpose at all). So maybe the first thing you should do is to begin to pray. Put your forehead against the floor, say: God, oh God, if you exist, please guide me. And Allah willing, you will be guided, and you will find the purpose of your life, inchallah. 


10 things that happens when you open al-Qur'an!

The Qur'an is not a book like anyone else. The Qur'an is not holy. Holy is a word that the Christians use about their book, the Bible. We say Qur'an al-nabil, the noble Qur'an. 

  1. Everyday muslims are talking about islam. Why?People convert to islam more and more. One reason to convert is that you have read al-Qur'an. Everyday I know boys like you that are converting, because of what is said in the noble book. Every day girls put on hidjab and make shahada, witness that there is no God but Allah, and that Muhammad is his messenger, salatu wa salem because of what is told in the noble Qur'an. You have read books before, but none will be as this book. This book makes people cry, laugh and repent. This book teaches old gentlemen how to live their last years in life. This book teaches young boys how to behave towards their parents. Are not you curious about reading it?
  2. You will protect yourself from harm. For example there is a verse, ayat al-kursi, that will protect you, Allah willing, from shaytan and djinn. 
  3. You will heal and cure yourself. 
  4. You will start remember. 
  5. You will know the purpose of life
  6. You will know what you were before you were born and what will happen after you die. 
  7. You will understand life, 
  8. You will know that there is invisible things in life that we should take into consideration while we live. 
  9. You will start change your routines in foods, drinks, clothes, habits, relations with friends, collegues, family and with yourself. 
  10. You will get to learn Allah, the One who has created you.  
I first read the Qur'an in french. It was a little red book with golden frames. I was very eager to know what it said about Jesus, Maria, Moses and also who God was. I did not want to know about women, but when I read I saw that women were greatly respected, more than I had ever imagined. So what are you fear of reading the Qur'an? That you will be brain-washed? Well, it is a fact. You WILL be brain-washed, but in a positive way. You will understand everything and how the puzzle's image looks like. You will understand life. Because Allah is the God of everybody on earth. He has sent prophets since Adam. If you do not believe in Adam? Then, look for all scientific verses in the Qur'an. Then you will understand, accept and believe that Adam was you ancestor. 

The Qur'an talks not only about the believers, but also about the none-believers and the ones who says they are believers but are not, the hypocrites. You can read more here

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There is nothing so boring as writing about something perfect as islam. So why should I bother writing? The truth has already been written in the book called Qur'an. All I have to do is read it, repeat what it says and make more people listen to the beauty of islam. 

Islam is white, pure and clean. Islam is like a beautiful white dove when it bowes to drink some water. Islam is peace. Not the peace that the people at concerts are trying to expose, but the inner, true peace. The one that will calm you and make you tranquil when you're feeling sad or angry. 

Islam is what it is. It is the perfect religion to smart people. People who think, and want something more out of life than just cash. There have been gay people loving this religion of Allah. There have been small, ordinary people in other side of the world accepting and putting on the islamic clothes of belief everyday. There have been famous people in Hollywood doing hajj after accepting islam. So why should not you? 

Every man and woman has a heart. This heart is not only the physical one, but also the spiritual one. I have met so many people that want to know why I wear hidjab, but yet they do not want to know anything about Allah. But how will they understand why I wear hidjab if they do not know Allah. They will never understand. 

So, everybody, please, try to learn more about the great Creator of yours. The One, the Merciful, who is Unique and Only. He has not been born, and he has no child of his. He has no beginning and no end. Yet, He is the Almighty, the Powerful, who guides Whom He willst. 
Let's do an exercise. 
Sit down and close your eyes. This will make your ear start working harder. Even your nose will start fonctioning better. The result of closing your eyes is that you will start using other organs and senses, and thus you react and experience life in another way than you are used to. When you open your eyes again, you will start forgetting what you just experienced. That is the same with the truth. When you let your eyes decide and your brain interpret, the heart will not feel or at least you will not notice that the heart feels. It will be closed. Thus you will never understand the purpose. Only the heart can understand the purpose. Only the heart can be filled with belief. Not your brain or your eyes. So close your eyes, just for a minute, and make your brain quit chattering. Feel. 

Open your eyes. You will not feel much of a difference. Perhaps you will feel a little bit sad. Some of you will certainly say it is because of fatigue or sickness. But is it really? Think about your graveyard. You are there, under the earth. Nobody will be there. You will be conscious. No, that is true. Allah has told us so. But not physical conscious, spiritually. Angels will come and ask you questions. How do I know? I have read the Qur'an and the sunnah. I were in doubt before I entered islam. I felt life were full of opportunities. I still feel that, but now I am not concentrating on that as much as I am focusing on my life and my life in the here after. Every girl and boy has asked the question why? With islam I have found the answers. I do not feel that religion is something for the ancestors, or the believers, because I AM ONE now. I know who has Created me. It is God, Allah, the Most High. 

With the light of the Qur'an I now see things I did not believe before. I understand things I did not understand before. I think thoughts that I have never thought before. I feel feelings that I have never felt before. 

I want you to use your eyes and brain to know about all miracles that are in life. Just look at yourself and how you were born and what you were before you were born. Where were you? You were literally nothing, just a soul. Look at a child who is innocent and pure. Look at old people waiting for death to come and take their soul. They are all hoping to get some peace. But will there be peace after death? Some think opimistically that everything is gonna be alright. This is not true. Everything is not going to be alright. There is a time-limit to every soul on earth. How we behave and how we think and how be feel will be judged. It is not WHAT you do that is important in life. It is HOW you do it. So if you live a long life, or a short one, as a poor or a wealthy man, none of these things matter and God will not judge you with the wealth you have earned, only HOW you have spent it and HOW you have earned it. 

I know that this life is a test. It is a test to see which of us that will work with our hearts and minds and souls to purify ourselves. Why purify ourselves? Because paradise will only be open for those who are pure in mind, body and soul. If you are not pure in mind, body and soul in life, then you will be purified in the grave. If you are not purified in the grave, you will be purified on the judgement day. If that is not enough, you will be purified with in hell. Then you can enter paradise, with Allahs will, wisdom and mercy. 

I love Allah, because I know Him. I love Allah because He has guided me. I know that if you love Allah, more than I do and seek guidance from Him, with pure intentions, then Allah will certainly, Allah willing, guide you and love you. Everyone has its whole life to pass the test, and on the Judgement day you will have your test back. Did you succeed? Or did you fail? 
I know for sure that everything in islam is beautiful, because I understand some of Allahs wisdom that he has giventh me. Allah knows what is best for us and therefore I want to witness everyday that there is no God but Allah, and Muhammad is His messenger. 

Thank you for reading this!