The Seven Seals,
The Seven Angels
"The mystery of the seven stars which thou sawest in my right hand, and the seven golden candlesticks. The seven stars are the angels of the seven churches: and the seven candlesticks which thou sawest are the seven churches." (Revelation 1:20)
This prophecy is referring to the seven stars in The Revelation. "The seven stars are the seven angels of the seven churches," relates to the Seven Seals that have now all been opened and revealed by Maitreya in The Greatest Sign (Shrii Shrii Para Maha Yantra). The Seven Stars are the angels who opened (revealed) these seals. Actually it is the same angel, the First Begotten Son, who has come to earth in various times and places to open each of the Seven Seals and reveal the Eternal Divine Path. This is the promise also given in the Bhagavad-Gita and other scriptures:
"When righteousness is weak and faints and unrighteousness exalts in pride, then My Spirit arises on earth." (Bhagavad-Gita)
"Before you, we also sent Messengers who were men We inspired.... We did not give them bodies which did not need food, nor were they immortals." (The Qur'an, The Prophets, v. 7-8)
"That has been Our method in the case of Our Messengers whom We sent before, and you will not find Our method to change." (The Qur'an, Bani Israel, v. 77)
Also, in The Revelation we again see God's promise to send His Son seven times to humanity.
"And I saw the seven angels who stand before God . . ." (Revelation 8:2), and stood a Lamb as though it had been slain, having seven horns and seven eyes, which are the seven Spirits of God sent out into all the earth" (Revelation 5:6)
The Seven Angels are the Seven Prophets which brought Seven Great Revelations to man (The Eternal Divine Path or The Greatest Sign). These Seven Angels bring the Revelations (Spirit Of God) to man and are One with this Spirit. So we can clearly see that the Seven Angels that stand before God in Rev. 8:2 and Rev. 1:20 are also called the Spirits of God (Rev. 5:6) and are in heaven (stand before God). In other words, they are Christ (John 3:13) and Christ is that Spirit.
Secondly, these seven Spirits were sent out to all the earth (Rev. 5:6), and that is why Christ was to appear to humanity, at least, seven times in various places. The Eternal Divine Path and The Greatest Sign explain the multiplicity of the appearances of Christ. Also, in these verses we see that Christ (a Lamb) is pictured as having the seven Spirits of God, so clearly Christ is to come to all the earth at least seven different times. We also see this truth mentioned in the writings of the Bahai Faith:
"Furthermore, it is evident that the Bearers of the trust of God are made manifest unto the peoples of the earth as the Exponents of a new Cause and the Bearers of a new Message. Inasmuch as these Birds of the Celestial Throne are all sent down from the heaven of the Will of God, and as they all arise to proclaim His irresistible Faith, they . . . are . . . one soul and the same person [the First Begotten Son]." (The Writings of Bahaullah, p. 133)
Historically the First Begotten Son of God has come to humanity as many of the . . . great Prophets and spiritual personalities" (THOTH, Essays 1, T. 13, V. 11), including: Adam, Noah, Shiva, Abram (Abraham), Moses, David, Krishna, Buddha, Esa (The Christ), Mohammad, Bab, Baba and Maitreya.
"Now the question can arise: What is the role of the great religions of the world? It is here that the concept of Messiah comes into play. There have been many great mystics and religious beings, but few have come to establish a great religion in the world, or reveal a great truth to humanity. These great spokesmen have appeared in the last six thousand years or so . . . There usually is a long period of prophecy of their coming. It is to distinguish them from any other ordinary spiritual event or claim. Also it is to prepare humanity for each step of the revelation of a Master Plan." (THOTH, O, Son of Man)
The Prophecies on the prophecy pages are an attempt at
from any other ordinary spiritual event or claim and to illustrate
that indeed He is the Promised Messiah, of all times, for all