Daheshism Celebrates its 70th Anniversary

On March 23, 1942, Heavens provided humanity with the most precious of gifts, namely, Spiritual enlightenment. Spiritually speaking, it is akin to the end of the dark ages and the beginning of renaissance. Is this metaphor an exaggeration? On the contrary, it is a grave understatement. The last of the major religions to provide us with Spiritual truths was established in the 7th Century AD. Take time to ponder the behavior of people and you’ll notice that there are many individuals who are interpreting literally their holy books, and if it is up to them, they will institute draconian laws to regulate everyone’s life; some still believe that Creation took place less than 10,000 years ago and regardless of what science says; some individuals are so turned-off by religion that they have resorted to Atheism; then there are those who have gone to extremes by extrapolating and fabricating “truths” to suit their needs, thereby creating their own religions/cults; some are happy-go-lucky when it comes to religion, and if religion is likened to a garment, they would wear it or take it off when their needs dictate, but not out of faith.

Through Daheshism, Heavens provided humanity with much needed answers to certain questions pertaining to: Creation, Heaven and Hell, the purpose behind our existence, the purpose behind the creation of the Universe, our relationship with each other, with other living entities on Earth, or with respect to the rest of the Universe; the reasons behind human conditions—wars, drought, famine, poverty, diseases, disparity in income, intellect, or abilities; and why all religions emanated from the same source. Such information goes a long way to Spiritually enlighten each one of us in order to make this world a much better place and to elevate our Souls. Whether we like or not, there are prophecies that must be fulfilled with respect to the fate of humanity. Although the fate of humanity is sealed, the timing is not. Also, the fate of any one individual is not sealed in this fate. What we do as human beings can hasten or delay the process, so we are on borrowed time and time is fleeting. As a Daheshist, I urge fellow human beings to open their hearts and minds to the new “truths” that Daheshism provides—especially as it nears the publication of the “Book of Daheshism.”

Mounir Murad

March 22, 2012