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The Living Creatures inside the Metaphysical Realm of the Barsakh Levels

 

The Living Creatures inside the Metaphysical Realm of the Barsakh Levels

 

Published in July 28, 2018

Translated by: Ahmed Fathy

 

 

Firstly: we cannot see or feel them, but they can see and feel us:

We cannot see or feel those who are living in Barsakh:

1- Living people on earth cannot see or feel those who are living in Barsakh; God says the following about those who are killed for God's sake while serving His cause: "And do not say of those who are killed in the cause of God, "Dead." Rather, they are alive, but you do not perceive." (2:154).  

2- Non-Human living creatures of Barsakh can see human beings but human beings cannot see them at all; for instance, God says the following about Satan and his devils: "...He sees you, him and his clan, from where you cannot see them..." (7:27).

Those who are living in the Barsakh can see and feel us:

1- Those who are killed for God's sake while serving His cause live in the Barsakh Paradise and they can see their brethren who did not catch up with them; they can see and feel them on earth: "Do not consider those killed in the cause of God as dead. In fact, they are alive, at their Lord, well provided for. Delighting in what God has given them out of His grace, and happy for those who have not yet joined them; that they have nothing to fear, nor will they grieve. They rejoice in grace from God, and bounty, and that God will not waste the reward of the faithful." (3:169-171).

2- This is exemplified in this Quranic story of a believing man who urged his disbelieving people to follow the Lord God's messengers; when they persecuted him and put him to death, he entered into the Barsakh Paradise and he wished that his people would know about the bliss he enjoys: "Then a man came running from the remotest part of the city. He said, "O my people, follow the messengers. Follow those who ask you of no wage, and are themselves guided. "And why should I not worship Him Who created me, and to Whom you will be returned? Shall I take other gods instead of Him? If the Merciful desires harm for me, their intercession will not avail me at all, nor will they save me. In that case, I would be completely lost. I have believed in your Lord, so listen to me." It was said, "Enter Paradise." He said, "If only my people knew. How my Lord has forgiven me, and made me one of the honored."" (36:20-27).

 

Secondly: those who are tormented in Barsakh:

 Besides those who are living in the bliss and pleasures of the Barsakh Paradise, there are those two people mentioned in the Quran who are tormented in Barsakh: the drowned disbelievers of Noah's people and the drowned Moses' Pharaoh and his people.

Noah's people:

1- God says the following in the Quran about Noah and his people: "As he was building the Ark, whenever some of his people passed by him, they ridiculed him. He said, "If you ridicule us, we will ridicule you, just as you ridicule." "You will surely know upon whom will come a torment that will humiliate him, and upon whom will fall a lasting torment."" (11:38-39).

2- Hence, Noah's people ridiculed him while he was building the Ark and he warned them of a humiliating, lasting torment which is mentioned in this verse: "Because of their sins, they were drowned, and were hurled into a Fire. They did not find apart from God any helpers." (71:25); this means that once they were drowned, they entered into a state of torment inside Barsakh; the words of Noah in 11:39 have been fulfilled and they knew that he was a true prophet of the Lord God and that he brought to them the Word of Truth. 

Between Noah's people and the people of Moses' Pharaoh:

1- Both of them were drowned and are now being tormented in Barsakh till the Last Day.

2- Noah's people were imams/leaders of disbelief to all disbelievers who came in the eras after them because they were the very first disbelievers on earth; they mark the Phase No. One; later on, Moses' Pharaoh in Phase No. Two came along and he is now the imam/leader of all disbelievers who came, and will come, in all later eras until the Last Day. God says in the Quran: "So We seized him, and his troops, and We threw them into the sea. Observe, therefore, what was the end of the oppressors. And We made them leaders calling to the Fire. And on Resurrection Day, they will not be saved. And We pursued them in this world with a curse. And on Resurrection Day, they will be among the despised." (28:40-42).

2/1: This is why the Lord God mentions in the Quran the fact that unjust disbelievers follow the footsteps of Moses' Pharaoh: "As for those who disbelieve, neither their wealth nor their children will avail them anything against God. These will be fuel for the Fire. They are following the footsteps of Pharaoh's people and those before them. They rejected Our signs, so God seized them for their sins. God is Strict in retribution." (3:10-11); "They are following the footsteps of Pharaoh's people and those before them; they rejected the Verses of God, so God seized them for their sins. God is Powerful, Severe in punishment. That is because God would never change a blessing He has bestowed on a people unless they change what is within themselves, and because God is Hearing and Knowing. They are following the footsteps of Pharaoh's people and those before them; they denied the signs of their Lord, so We annihilated them for their sins, and We drowned the people of Pharaoh - they were all unjust ones." (8:52-54).

2/2: God says in the Quran: "And when they provoked Our wrath, We took retribution from them, and We drowned them all. Thus We made them a precedent (Salaf) and an example for the others." (43:55-56). The Lord God has made Pharaoh and his people as Salaf or exemplary ones of disbelief to all disbelievers and polytheistic Salafists; this is a severe warning by the Lord God. The term Salafism is, thus, a negative one of polytheism and injustice and it has nothing to do with Islam.

2/3: The Scripture of Moses which he received at Mount Al-Tur, in Sinai, Egypt, has ushered a new era; i.e., God will no longer bring total destruction of any disbelievers; persecuted monotheists must fight the aggressive disbelievers who imitate Moses' Pharaoh, within self-defense as per God's commands in the Torah, the Gospel, and the Quran. God says in the Quran: "We gave Moses the Scripture after We had annihilated the previous generations; as an illumination for the humankind, and guidance, and mercy, so that they may remember." (28:43); "God has purchased from the believers their lives and their properties in exchange for Paradise. They fight in God's way, and they kill and get killed. It is a promise binding on Him in the Torah, and the Gospel, and the Quran. And who is more true to his promise than God? So rejoice in making such an exchange - that is the supreme triumph." (9:111).

Features of Moses' Pharaoh:

1- God says the following in the Quran about the drowning Pharaoh: "Today We will preserve your body, so that you become a sign for those after you. But most people are heedless of Our signs." (10:92). The soul of Moses' Pharaoh is being tormented now in Barsakh, but his corpse is shown to others to heed the lesson; this means that there is no grave-torment for corpses mentioned within the mythology of the Muhammadans.  

2- After being tormented in Barsakh, Pharaoh will lead his people into the Hell-Fire: "He will precede his people on the Day of Resurrection, and will lead them into the Fire. Miserable is the place he placed them in. They were followed by a curse in this, and on the Day of Resurrection. Miserable is the path they followed." (11:98-99).

3- After the drowning of Moses' Pharaoh and his people in the Red Sea, the Israelites settled in Egypt momentarily before they headed to the Promised Land; all monuments and edifices of Pharaoh were destroyed; he and his people are being tormented in Barsakh and they knew that they were losers and felt sorrow, as they saw, while they are in Barsakh, how Moses and the Israelites inherited treasures of Egypt; God says in the Quran: "So We took vengeance on them, and drowned them in the sea-because they rejected Our signs, and paid no heed to them. And We made the oppressed people inherit the eastern and western parts of the land, which We had blessed. Thus the fair promise of your Lord to the Children of Israel was fulfilled, because of their endurance. And We destroyed what Pharaoh and his people had built, and what they had harvested." (7:136-137); "Pharaoh exalted himself on earth, and divided its people into factions. He persecuted a group of them, slaughtering their sons, while sparing their daughters. He was truly a corrupter. But We desired to favor those who were oppressed in the land, and to make them leaders, and to make them the inheritors. And to establish them in the land; and to show Pharaoh, Haman, and their troops, the very thing they feared. We inspired the mother of Moses: "Nurse him; then, when you fear for him, cast him into the river, and do not fear, nor grieve; We will return him to you, and make him one of the messengers." Pharaoh's household picked him up, to be an opponent and a sorrow for them. Pharaoh, Haman, and their troops were sinners." (28:4-8).

4- The Barsakh torment goes on for the souls of Pharaoh and his people: "So God protected him from the evils of their scheming, while a terrible torment besieged Pharaoh's people. The Fire. They will be exposed to it morning and evening. And on the Day the Hour takes place: "Admit the people of Pharaoh to the most intense torment."" (40:45-46); severest torment is waiting for them inside Hell: "He will precede his people on the Day of Resurrection, and will lead them into the Fire." (11:98)

5- This means that Moses' Pharaoh who is being tormented in Barsakh until the Last Day is seeing people living and dying on earth and he is seeing tyrants who follow his footsteps in all eras within the centuries; what would be the opinion of Moses' Pharaoh about the Pharaonic tyrants of the Muhammadans?

 

Thirdly: the angels live within the Barsakh levels of the heavens and the earth:

1- God's Decrees and Fates ordained by Him on human beings are being executed on earth by the angels; other angels record deeds of human beings; other angels are the death angels who receive the souls of the dead persons. When the Hour takes place, God will manifest Himself in an Eternal Realm to meet human beings and to judge them. All Divine Decrees and Commands carried by, and given to, angels move through the Barsakh levels of the heavens and the earth: "God is He Who created seven heavens, and their like of earth. The command descends through them, so that you may know that God is Capable of everything, and that God Encompasses everything in knowledge." (65:12); "He regulates all affairs, from the heavens, to the earth. Then it ascends to Him on a Day the length of which is a thousand years by your count. That is the Knower of the Invisible and the Visible, the Powerful, the Merciful." (32:5-6); "He knows what penetrates into the earth, and what comes out of it, and what descends from the sky, and what ascends to it. He is the Merciful, the Forgiving." (34:2).

2- Besides the above point, the angels worship the Dominant Lord God in the following ways.

2/1: Praising and glorifying the Holy Name of the Dominant Lord God. We quote these Quranic verses here about this: "Praising Him are the seven heavens, and the earth, and everyone in them. There is not a thing that does not glorify Him with praise, but you do not understand their praises. He is indeed Forbearing and Forgiving." (17:44); the expression (and everyone in them) includes the angels of course. "The thunder praises His glory, and so do the angels, in awe of Him..." (13:13); "To Him belongs everyone in the heavens and the earth. Those near Him are not too proud to worship Him, nor do they waver. They praise night and day, without ever tiring." (21:19-20)

2/2: Asking for God's pardon for real believers: "The heavens above them almost burst apart, while the angels glorify the praises of their Lord, and ask forgiveness for those on earth..." (42:5); "Those who carry the Throne, and those around it, glorify their Lord with praise, and believe in Him, and ask for forgiveness for those who believe: "Our Lord, You have encompassed everything in mercy and knowledge; so forgive those who repent and follow Your path, and protect them from the Fire-torment." (40:7).

3- Prostration and kneeling before the Lord God, as the case of all living creatures, on earth and the physical universe and the metaphysical levels of Barsakh, who prostrate to God. God says in the Quran: "To God bows down everything in the heavens and everything on earth - every living creature, and the angels, and without being proud." (16:49); "To God prostrates everyone in the heavens and the earth, willingly or unwillingly, as do their shadows, in the morning and in the evening." (13:15).

Fourthly: the jinn:

1- The jinn live in the Barsakh levels of the earth and the heavens; they can neither know/predict the future nor control the lives of human beings; when they felt the waves and movements of Barsakh levels as the Quran descended on earth, God made piercing missiles chase them away: "We probed the heaven, and found it filled with stern guards and projectiles. We used to take up positions to listen in; but whoever listens now finds a projectile in wait for him. We do not know whether evil is intended for those on earth, or if their Lord intends guidance for them. Some of us are righteous, but some of us are less than that; we follow divergent paths." (72:8-11).  

2- We read this about jinn and their life within Barsakh levels of the earth: "We realized that we cannot defeat God on earth, and that we cannot escape Him by fleeing." (72:12); "He who does not answer the caller to God will not escape on earth, and has no protectors besides Him. Those are in obvious error." (46:32).

 

Fifthly: night and day within the metaphysical realm of Barsakh:

 The Quranic details about those who are living within the Barsakh levels tell us about the fact that there are night and day within this metaphysical realm, but we cannot imagine such days and nights; otherwise, all our conjectures and guesses will be mere myths; we exemplify this in the two points below.

1- God says in the Quran: "So God protected him from the evils of their scheming, while a terrible torment besieged Pharaoh's people. The Fire. They will be exposed to it morning and evening. And on the Day the Hour takes place: "Admit the people of Pharaoh to the most intense torment."" (40:45-46); "His is the praise in the heavens and on earth, and in the evening, and when you reach midday." (30:18); "To God prostrates everyone in the heavens and the earth, willingly or unwillingly, as do their shadows, in the morning and in the evening." (13:15); this implies that there are night and day (and time phases like the ones on earth) within the metaphysical realm of Barsakh despite the differences in the meaning of (Time) between Barsakh and the physical earth.

2- We read these verses about the angels: "To Him belongs everyone in the heavens and the earth. Those near Him are not too proud to worship Him, nor do they waver. They praise night and day, without ever tiring." (21:19-20); this implies that there are night and day within the metaphysical realm of Barsakh.

 


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