We Received Last Month
two letters last month that we thought would intrigue
you and further give you the realization that the
Mission is indeed saying the Truth and God is with us.
From now on,
whenever we have some interesting emails from
people, we will post them here so everyone can become
familiar with their contents.
This will also help you know the new Truths that
we have found, which are not in
THOTH and the other
literature of the Mission, that support the
The first email was from a person
who seemed to say that Maitreya does not know what
talking about, Islam is from the devil, etc.
He was using the verse in the Old Testament (OT)
when the angel told Hagar about Ishmael:
the angel of the lord declared unto Hagar
his mother exactly what kind of man he was
going to be and it began with 'wild as a
The answer to this verse is obvious:
There has much being added to the
carnal minds. Do not trust everything
you read. That is why we need the
Prophets to come and take the changed places
out and Reveal what God has intended for man
to Know. The Truth is that God told both
Abram (Abraham) and Moses that a Prophet
also will come from Ishmael. That is
well Revealed in our teachings. So
what you say is your creation and is based
in wrong assumptions. This, humanity
Indeed it is God who has predicted all these
will happen and they have. So your
assertions that Ishmael was a wild man and
He was not a Prophet, and Muhammad is from
Devil, are made based on these wrong
assumptions. God indeed promised both
to Abram (father of Ishmael) and Abraham
(father of Isaac) that a Prophet (Major
Manifestation) will come from them both.
He also Promised the Scepter (Spiritual
Kingly position) to both as well.
Christ came as the King of the Jews and
Muhammad lived like a King. The Words
of God are indeed all Fulfilled and we are
at the end time.
In an argument typical between
Jews/Christians and Muslims, he replied:
of course, it's the first line of defense
for every red-blooded Muslim 'the bible is
please, give me the verses in the bible
that sustain your claim that a prophet will
comes from Ishmael
After we told him that we are not
Muslims, he was very surprised that even people who are
not Muslims believe the Bible has been changed.
In regard to his request that we
give him “the verses in the Bible that sustain” our
claim that a Prophet will come from Ishmael, the answer
To know how God promised both Abram and
Abraham that a Prophet will come from them,
read the book:
CHILDREN OF ABRAM (ABRAHAM), "ALL PROPHECIES
In the case of Moses we refer you to two
verses that God revealed to Moses, to tell
the children of Abraham (Israel). They
are verses: Deuteronomy 18: 15 and18.
Notice in the verse 15 it says that He will
raise a Prophet “from the midst of thee,”
and in the verse 18 God says, “from among
their brethren.” The first one was
Christ who came from the Jews, “from the
midst of them,” and Prophet Muhammad was,
“from among their brethren.” who are Arabs.
This Jews and Christian knew as they
accepted Muhammad in the beginning and then
rejected Him when they realized that He did
not make them superior to others.
Indeed His wife, Khadijah, went to her
Christian cousin to confirm that He
(Muhammad) indeed had received a Revelation
from God, and is the one whom Jews and
Christian were waiting for.
Indeed there is no need for the Jews,
Christians and Muslims to fight (for that
matter no one should). They all
have received their Revelations from One
True God and are One in Him. God has
been in control all this time. He is
the Father of all humanity and is indeed in
control. It is man who separates by
his misunderstandings and dogmas.
These two pieces of evidence (and
many others as well) clearly show that God already had a
plan to send a Prophet from the Arabs as well.
We are not sure if the e-mailer even read the book Children
Of Abram (Abraham)…, as
in his next reply he kept insisting that the two
verses in Deuteronomy are for Christ, when it is clear
that God is talking about "from the midst of them"
(Jews) and "from among their brethren" (Arabs).
He also start bringing up the rituals followed by
the Jews (in their holidays), etc. and if we follow
was clear that his cup was full and no matter what is
poured into it, it will overfloweth!
So we ended the conversation nicely and wished
him good luck.
The second email was from the
individual in Canada (British Columbia) who has recently
found the Mission.
He has been a Christian, a Muslim, and a Baha’i,
and has practiced Kriya Yoga.
So he is familiar with Islam.
It seems to me that
Prophet Muhammed did proclaim the coming of
Maitreya in the Shahadah or the Declaration
of Faith. Many Muslims believe that this
declaration is the key to paradise:
The famous follower Wahb ibn Munabbih was
"Isn't the statement of "La ilaha
illa-lah" the key to Paradise?"
"Yes! But every key has ridges. If
you come with the key that has the right
ridges, the door will open for you. Yet if
you do not have the right ridges the door
will not open for you."
If they are right that this statement is the
key to paradise then it may be because it
has an inner and outer as well as a past and
present meaning. The present, inner meaning
being that Muhammad is a Messenger of God
and thus endowed with the same Essence as
all other Messengers so to say that Muhammed
is the Messenger is the same as saying that
Jesus Christ is. The present, inner
meaning, the one with seven ridges, could be
that it is not Muhammed who founded Islam
who is meant in this statement but rather
Maitreya's given name
[note: Muhammad is Maitreya’s birth name].
In this case then the
Shabadah is the key to paradise because it
is a pledge to Maitreya and the
Indeed the Seven Seals are the Seven Ridges of the Key!