eliasjohned wrote:M85 wrote:Hi there, and welcome to the forum. This is very interesting and curious. In all seriousness, I would be interested in hearing more details as to why you think this man is the resurrected Mohammad, such as: does he consider himself to be a religious leader? do others consider him as one?
Hello, pleased to meet you.
Basically, it has to do with many experiences during the last 60+ years.
But most specifically, this man, when I met him, was exhibiting an ecstatic episode of which I was given an inkling many years before he was even born.
When I had that initial inkling, I was told that Mohammed is that way, to quote, "he's that way".
The difference between my initial inkling and meeting Mohammed that way was approximately 44 years, but my estimate is that the resurrected Mohammed is now in his mid twenties to mid thirties.
Thank you eliasjohned, it is good to meet you.
That is very interesting, the 44 year span and that he likely does have the resurrected Mohammad on his mind. I appreciate you sharing your thoughts and experience, and I see you are sincere with your beliefs.
I do hope you stay and share more. I know you will find many negative views on the historical Mohammad here. I myself am in this ground, that the historical Mohammad is unfortunately not the honorable man that is most often represented (though I do respect those who are sincere with their beliefs); however, you will find another poster here, Mughal, who is also sincere in his beliefs on Mohammad.