Dear Mr. Maitreya: Someone
referred me to your web site which I found most interesting,
reflecting the Teachings of the Baha'i Faith.
I am most surprised, and
pleased to see Baha'i listed as a true world religion on your
website. But, how do you reconcile that Baha'i teaches that
Bahá'u'lláh will be the last Messenger of God for at least 1000
These are not "NEW" teachings.
Bahá'u'lláh revealed these teachings over 150 years ago. ... Is
that not so?
Q1. Dear Mr. Maitreya: Someone referred me to your web site which I
found most interesting, reflecting the Teachings of the Baha'i
A1. No, the web site is not reflecting the teachings of the
Baha'i Faith. The Baha'i faith is a part of our teachings, the
Fifth Seal. Our teachings are also different in many aspects
than the Bahá'ís. You should become familiar with them and
then you will see that this is the Most Perfect revelation ever!
Q2. I am most surprised, and pleased to see Baha'i listed as a true
world religion on your website. But, how do you reconcile that
Baha'i teaches that Bahá'u'lláh will be the last Messenger of God
for at least 1000 yrs.?
In the process of these
Revelations coming to us, we came across a curious Revelation in
The Revelation (the last chapter in the Bible) about The
Baha’i Faith (the Fifth Seal). In this verse God Reveals that
this Fifth Seal is not perfect. After we became more familiar
with the Bab/Baha’i teachings, this Revelation makes more and more
sense. First, it was Bab who claimed to be a Major
Manifestation. Then He predicted that “He Who Will Manifest”
shall come many years after Him. Indeed He predicted that He
would come 1,500 to 2,000 years later. Then He chose
Subhe-Azal as His predecessor. Since Subhe-Azal was
ineffective, Bahá'u'lláh had to be chosen to correct some of Báb's
teachings and bring Bab/Bahá'í's teachings to the West (which was
necessary for us to become familiar with).
We also see that the Bab/Baha’i Faith has been in
trouble since the beginning, and it still is. There is so much
wrong with the Faith that it cannot be the Last or the faith for the
next 1,000 years. Their very idea that Revelations are
Progressive and will continue forever is not scriptural.
Scriptures, clearly, Reveal that God’s Revelations will end when the
Seventh Angel comes (Rev. 10:7). Also in chapter five of
The Revelation it is clear that when the Lamb opens the Book
which is Sealed with the Seven Seals, all the universe will rejoice
and the Mystery of God will finish.
With all these reasons (and many more) the
proclamation of Bahá'u'lláh that he is the one for the next 1000
years is very much in doubt (indeed is incorrect).
We further encourage you to read our newly
created Prophecy site, by a disciple. He has been a
Baha'i before joining us. He has found why our claim is
Q3. These are not "NEW" teachings. Bahá'u'lláh revealed
these teachings over 150 years ago. Baha'u'llah's message is
one of Unity of mankind. It appears that "Maitreya" is
borrowing the teachings of the Baha'i Faith. If this is not
so, please clarify.
A3. Our teaching is not borrowed
from the Bahá'ís because it does not say that all religions are,
basically, the same, as Bahá'u'lláh teaches. Our teaching
indeed says that all religions ARE NOT the same. It teaches
that each religion brings a different Message to humanity and only
when all of these different Messages are put together can the whole
picture be seen.
Bahá'ís teachings are based on Ishmaelis’
teachings, that assert that in each age a Prophet comes to clarify
and advance human understanding and further the revelations from
previous Prophets. This process, according to them, continues
forever. We do not say that, we say that there have been Seven
Major religions (Revelations) from God and when you put these Seven
Revelations (Steps, Seals) together, the whole Plan of God is
Revealed. There is not such a thing that the Prophetic
Revelations will continue forever. With the Seventh
Revelation, the Mystery of God will be Finished (Revelation 10:7).
So what the Bahá'ís say is not scriptural, but is a belief borrowed
from the Ishmaelis. Our teachings are based on the Scriptures
and are directly from God.
Bahá'ís do not talk about the Seven Seals that
Bible teaches (the book of Revelation). Only the
Begotten Son of God has the ability to open the Book Sealed with the
Seven Seals (Revelation chapter 5). Bab and Baha’i did not
open the Seven Seals, they opened the Fifth Seal (Universalism).
There are more differences between our teachings
and those of the Bahá'ís that are not mentioned here. I
mentioned only a few here, which are the most important ones.
Again, Bahá'ís teachings are not scriptural and are based on an
Islamic Cult called Ishmaelis. Indeed God clearly says that it
(Bab/Baha'i' teaching) is not perfect Revelation chapter 3,
read THOTH). That is why they have been in
trouble from the very beginning. It was not Baha’i that
fulfilled all the Prophecies about the coming of God's Last
Revelation. All the earth did not hear Him when He spoke.
All the earth did not see Him. It was not true that you did
not have to go anywhere to hear Him, if they say He is in desert
and/or He is the mountains, etc. do not go. All these are
fulfilled through Maitreya and His Teachings.
So our teachings are not borrowed from the
Bahá'ís. Our Claim is based on the Scriptures. We have
fulfilled the Prophecies that Baha'i could never have fulfilled.
For more information on the relationship between
Baha'i Faith and Maitreya read The Third Revelator Of The Greatest Name.