Muslims in the Spirit World.
March 3rd, 2011
Received by FAB
I am here, the poet Hafiz, and I come in response to J_______’s heartfelt desire to know the truth about Muslim spirits. But first, let me say that I have found my way to the New Birth. Jesus’ teachings had nothing of the infidel about them. They had the ring of truth.
J_______ has thought that those of us who were enlightened Sufis would have had an effect on our Muslim brothers and sisters to show them the way. Well, I have to disappoint J_______ by saying that almost always, we have encountered a stone wall, for Muslims are very strict about their religion, and the hostile history of Christians and Muslims has left very little room for leverage. Naturally, we desire to bring our fellow Muslims to the Divine pathway, but we cannot, and many of them continue their beliefs as spirits. They have a deep aversion for the thought of converting to the Christian idea because of the history of those who claimed the mantle of Jesus’ teachings but did the exact opposite.
J______ asked about the fate of suicide bombers, and if they have progressed. And once again, I must disappoint J_____, for these poor souls, when they see they are not in Paradise, continue being consumed with hatred, and thus cannot progress.
What is happening in the Arab world is actually a prelude to what we Angels are planning - the liberation of the entire Earth. In this process, we rely on our fellow natural love spirits, as we work together to bring redemption. Redemption from political and economic oppression does concern us, though our primary concern is the spiritual welfare of humanity. So there is a mighty army of spirits working to reverse the darkness to bring happiness to mortals.
Khwa-ja Samsu d-Di-n Muhammad, known by his pen name Ha-fez (1325/26 - 1389/90) was a Persian lyric poet. His collected works (Divan) are to be found in the homes of most Iranians, who learn his poems by heart and use them as proverbs and sayings to this day. His life and poems have been the subject of much analysis, commentary and interpretation, influencing post-Fourteenth Century Persian writing more than any other author. (Source: Wikipedia)