"He (alone) knows the Unseen, nor does He make any one acquainted with His Mysteries,-"Except a messenger whom He has chosen: and then He makes a band of watchers march before him and behind him,manfred wrote:You are still trying to find out and make a lot of assumptions, guessing. And still do not know why Allah prefers chicken soup over ayam penyet and how he treats his in-grown toe-nail". You should try again to get an answer.
What's good for one is good for another..... If Mohammed can appoint himself and teach garbage then everybody else can do the same. You do it all the time, and if someone else does you get moody.
Now, on a serious note, the story about Waraqa is poorly supported or sourced.... we do not even have sufficient evidence that Mohammed ever met such a character. And we have next to nothing about the details of the supposed discussion that allegedly took place. All the story tells us is that Mohammed told him that, while in a cave alone, he was attacked by some bully pushing him around telling him to read when he could not, and for Waraqa apparently this meant Mohammed was a "prophet". Kind of convenient, if you think about it, specially if you bear in mind that Khadija already had hatched a plot to make her good for nothing husband into a "prophet" to take over the control of the Kaaba.... Isn't it odd how he concluded exactly what Khadija expected him to?
Even handier.... this waraqa died almost as soon as Mohammed and his clever wife made their claim.
You know what.... I think the entirely cock and bull story is made up AFTER Waraqa died. It really is too daft to be believed. But then, even more ridiculously, you come along about some secret knowledge about this fake meeting, and Waraqa even had a text that nobody else in the world ever had.
So what do you want me to say when you write evident rubbish?
It really is the last dregs of an argument to claim "secret knowledge" when you have no rational reply, and these days it fools nobody. It the the same ploy that Mohammed used... and it is nonsense.
Frankie and manfred believe that Muhammad had learned from Waraqa, but did not know what the first verse that Waraqa had taught him.