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Re: Theos-World Sai Baba "uncovered?"

Feb 26, 2008 11:21 PM
by Drpsionic

I think faker would be the proper spelling.

Sai Baba was a fraud, pure and simple.

Chuck the Heretic 

-----Original Message-----
From: Cass Silva <>
Sent: Tue, 26 Feb 2008 8:25 pm
Subject: Re: Theos-World Sai Baba "uncovered?"

I believe that Sai Baba was simply a fakir.

Morten Nymann Olesen <> wrote:
My views are:

If Sai Baba operates in part as Al Khidr the hidden guide, his activities might be more easy explainable.
Else he must be a false teacher. Al Khidr is also known as the hidden Avatar.

Try to consider if Sai Baba act like El Khidr in the following...

Al Khidr

"According to the Quranic passage Moses meets the "servant of God" or Al-Khidr at the junction of the two seas and asks to acompany him in order to gain knowledge from him. Al Khidr performs his first action, after he and Moses board a ship, Al-Khidr remains behind and damages the ship, rendering it unsafe for use. Forgetting his oath to follow quietly, Moses criticizes this behavior and Al-Khidr replies that criticizing him is a violation of the oath. Moses, eager to learn from the wise man, apologizes. The second act was Al-Khidr murdering a child. Moses, in anger, violates his oath again. As with the sabotage of the ship, they argue and Moses apologizes for violating his oath. This time Al-Khidr warns Moses that he has only one chance left as his patience is wearing thin. The last act was Al-Khidr restoring a damaged wall in a village where they were denied hospitality. Amazed by his companion's reaction to the ill-treatment they received in the village, Moses violates
his oath for the third and last time.

Al-Khidr exposed to Moses two facts simultaneously, first that Moses' knowledge is limited and that many acts which seem to be evil, malicious or somber hide some of God's mercy and design. As they are about to part ways, Al-Khidr explains that even though the ship's owners will not be pleased with their damaged ship, the blessing will manifest itself when the local king confiscates all ships fit to wage war, leaving behind the damaged ships. Many argue that this occurrence is a form of passive resistance quite advanced to be mentioned in an ancient sacred text.

The murder of the child would sadden his parents at first glance, yet is a blessing in disguise as God would replace the child with better in purity, affection and obedience. unlike the murdered child, who Al-Khidr foretold was about to make his pious parents suffer. As for the restoration of the wall without recompense, Al-Khidr explained that underneath the wall was a treasure belonging to two hapless orphans whose father was a righteous man. As God's envoy, Al-Khidr restored the wall, showing God's kindness by rewarding the piety of the orphans' father."

If you find that an Avatar cannot do this, I would like to know.

M. Sufilight

----- Original Message ----- 
From: nhcareyta 
Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2008 3:37 AM
Subject: Theos-World Sai Baba "uncovered?"

"I now know the truth about Sai Baba and sincerely 
pray that others, too, will follow both their logic 
and intuition and also find the truth."

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