Showing posts with label Hajj. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Hajj. Show all posts

2016/09/03

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.

Here are some more Pictures:





So, what do you Think about this?

Please comment below.


2016/05/18

The Qur'an is a confirmation that the Secret is true and valid

The book "The Secret".
"All powers is from within and
therefore under our control."
Robert Collier 1885-1950
The Qur'an and The Secret

While dissecting the Qur'an and really reading the words in arabic, questioning the interpretation of the translator into English and Swedish (my mothertongue) and trying to find the real meaning behind the ayah, you'll notice after a while, comparing with the book the Secret, that Allah is what the Secret calls the universe or the Source, and that prayer is nothing without the intention behind it, and the focus you have, just like the Secret is contending.

There is nothing that belie the Secret, from the view of a Muslim. I have been reading the Secret and trying to dissect it meticulously, but the Qur'an actually confirm what the Secret has to say. Nothing it says goes against the Qur'an.

This might be surprising for a lot of people. Could there be more out in the world than the Qur'an, having the same truth?

Of course. The Qur'an is only a reminder of the truth that is out there, open for everybody to see.

The Qur'an is amazing. Having all the details we need. But life is more than the Qur'an, but the Qur'an is true. What it contains is all correct.

I love the Qur'an.

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2012/10/28

A lifetime with islam- how is that?

We all need some sort of traditions in our life. But what about Muslims? What traditions do they have? Are they all same?

Muslims are not all the same. They have different culture, beliefs, and language. But they do have something in common - the traditions of the prophet Muhammad peace be upon Him.

What traditions are they?

They are numerous, yes indeed, they are abundant. They are overflowing.

They celebrate twice a year, traditions like Christmas and Easter, but they are not the same as the feast of Ramadan or Hajj. They are better. Why better? On the outside it looks like Muslims are suffering, but if you really follow a good Muslim during the blessed months you will know that they are more happy than any person who tries to make the best Christmas ever, because the ingredients are different, even though it is called the same "a blessed Holiday".

Here are some traditions to follow:

Every day

You wake up to morningprayer and you also say Subhanallah when you wake up, wash your body with water and brushes your teeth. You put on you clothes with the right hand and foot first. Then the left hand and foot. You go to work, and then you pray four more times every day, the same routine, day after day.

When someone is sick, there is a tradition to visit that person. When you are sick yourself, you mustn't stop prayer but rather pray more. When you are sick you have several remedies to choose from.

There is the sickness of the heart too that you can cure with Muslims traditions.

Most of the traditions are for preventing sickness of the heart, mind, body and soul to occur at all.

There is also a tradition to pray at night every day, the last portion of the night before sunrise and Fajr i.e. from midnight until Fajr.

Every week

Before you sleep there is a tradition to read Qur'an: Surat al-Mulk and Surat al-Sajjdah. Every week it is also a tradition to read Surat al-Kahf on Fridays, i.e. from Aicha on Thursday until Aicha on Fridays. On Fridays there is also a tradition to go to the mosque to pray, hear the lecture and remember but also to visit the others, hear news and join the community in the holy place of God.

Every month

Every month Muslims have the traditions to fast on Mondays and Thursdays. They also attend the mosque on Fridays. There is also a tradition to fast the 13,14 and 15th of every lunar month.

Every year

Every month has its own traditions. The last month of the lunar calender is right now - Hajj. It is the time when people travel to Saudi-Arabia, Mecka and Medina to do the once-in-a-life travel - the Pilgrimage. There are traditions what to do at the Pilgrimage like going around the Kaba, and pray on the mount Arafat.

The month of RAmadan is very famous. The whole months is full of miracles and blessings and every Muslims fast, pray Taraweeh at the mosque.

Every lifetime

There is also traditions in how to welcome a newborn baby, how to do a wedding, how to prepare the dead before funeral and even what to do after he has deceased. There are many, many traditions to follow if one desires it.

There is also a tradition to read, learn and execute what you have learnt and spread it to others. There is a tradition to give travelers to eat, even if you only have a date at home.

There is many traditions and they are all called the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him. 

2012/10/16

The 10 best days are here: pray and fast a lot!

Every year, you have the chance to go to Mecka, to do Hajj. Now the time is here. Have you saved your money, without taking loan, to get to Mecka? Have you pardoned everyone before you left, so that you come back refreshed with new aspirations? 

Hajj is a perfect time to visit Mecka, even though Omrah is very good too. When you do tawaf around Kaba, remember that everything that you have said or done or thought is now inchallah pardoned. You will feel refreshed, much much more than if you go to SPA. These ten days that is during the month of Hajj are very precious, so don't waste them doing noting, because every little thing during these days are more valuable than anything else during the year. So fast, people, fast and remember that you are blessed with Faith!

The ten days of Hajj are the best days during the whole year. Take time to fast, it is recommended and often it is accompanied with lots of good actions and reciting from the Noble Qur'an. Did you know that what you do during these ten days are better than anything else you do during the rest of the year? So take good care of these days and fast a lot.