It is reasonable to assume that a person should remember death of his nearest and dearest; especially when you claim that their death was revealed to you by The Divine. We have presented evidence that Mirza did not remember death of his brother, despite his bogus claims of divine revelations on his brother’s death. Mirza according to his concoctions wrote a letter to his brother to warn of his approaching death, 4 years after his brother’s actual death.
We will also continue on the theme that not only Mirza’s alleged book of divine revelations vouchsafed to him is full of factual errors, which rendered Mirza’s claims frivolous. But also to prove that the compilers and translator of tadkirah deliberately mislead their followers and readers at large. In the case of Zafrullah Khan he misled wider English speaking communities around the world, especially in Western countries. We have already taken care of evidence of Zafrullah’s involvement.
On the preface of Tadkirah we find the evidence that Mirza son Bashir Ahmed was involved in compilation of Urdu tadkirah
“Tadhkirah was first published in 1935 under supervision of Hadhrat Mirza Bashir Ahmed Sahibra.”
Tadkirah was written in the period of Ka-Lip II another son of Mirza, therefore, it is safe to conclude that he was not only aware but also involved in commencement of this project to create a holly book for this cult.
When Mirza's father died, Mirza made similar claims to have received divine revelations of his imminent death. Could he get this important incident in his life correct? Let us explore the evidence.
From the site Alislam.org
His father passed away on June 2nd, 1876. Naturally Hadhrat Ahmad (AS) became concerned over the sources of his income. God Almighty vouchsafed him the following revelation:
"Alaysa Allaho be-Kafen Abdahoo"
Is not God sufficient for His servant? (Kitab al-Barriya, page 159)
This revelation gave him mental comfort and abundant solace. Future incidents demonstrated that God Almighty indeed assisted him in every situation, proving beyond a shadow of doubt that God was sufficient for His humble servant. These words of revelation were later carved in a stone and made into a signet ring which he wore all his life.
Upon his father's death, the responsibility for administering the affairs of the family estate fell on the shoulders of his elder brother Mirza Ghulam Qadir. If he wanted he could have taken his share from the estate and lived a life of comfort. But whatever his brother gave him he lived on that, sometimes hand to mouth.
This was a very tough period for him. At times he had to face severe hardships in getting the bare necessities of life. Nevertheless he was always grateful for whatever he had. On occasion he would distribute his food among the poor and keep the minimum for himself.
Official date of his father’s death is 2nd June 1876 according to above source; we now explore tadkirah, the divine book compiled from alleged revelations in Mirza’s writings.
Evidence from Tadkirah
There are more then one revelation associated with Mirza’s father death.
1- It was revealed to Mirza in a dream while he was in Lahore that his father is about to die. Mirza immediately traveled to Quadian.
2- Then on the day of his father’s death it was revealed to him that his father will die on the same day after sunset. He was also explained that it is message of condolence from Allah SWT on his father’s death.
3- As soon as it was revealed to Mirza he thought about his financial survival after his father’s death as he was totally dependent on hand outs from his father for his survival. Promptly Mirza received another revelations stating;
There should be no doubt in any readers mind that Mirza must have received these revelations in Jun 1876. After all the divine book of Mirza’s revelations categorically states that these divine revelations occurred in June 1876.
We suppose they were little shy not to mention exact date of his father’s death, which is stated in the article on official web site produced above. We can not comprehend what stopped them from doing so, after all when you want to commit a fraud, forgery or manipulate the actual evidence then why not go all the way?
We come to the most crucial part of this episode, what did Mirza actually writes? We look at the evidence from Mirza’s writings. The actual evidence is produced for our readers to eliminate doubts or confusions.
Original evidence from Mirza’s Writings
First we produce evidence from Katab-ul-Bariya quoted in tadkirah;
Kitab-ul-Baria was published in January 1898; as evidence suggest Mirza off course did not write which year these revelations were received by him or date/year of his father’s death in this book.
It is once again abundantly clear from the original evidence that compilers and translator of the tadkirah were dishonest; they inserted the year of these revelations based on their knowledge of the events.
From our past experience we know the book which does contains the dates of these revelations so we turn to that book. We find this evidence in Nazul-e-Messih P494/495; for our readers information this book of signs was written by Mirza in 1902 after both Tarryaq-ul-Qulub and Kirab-ul-Barria were written.
As we suspected Mirza did write year of this prophecy as 1874 and not 1876 as claimed in tadkirah and the article on the web site. Yet another proof that this cult has introduced dates arbitrarily and fraudulently to correct the blunders committed by Mirza.
We have produced two different sources to demonstrate that this fraud was not limited to tadkirah only but articles on the official web site are guilty of the same fraud and manipulation of the real evidence.
Further evidence of Fraud by the cult
Unfortunately for this cult Mirza committed another blunder, he stated in Nazul-e-Messih that his father died on Saturday. On 2nd June 1876 date of his father’s demise quoted by official web site it was Friday.
No wonder compilers of tadkirah were little shy to write 2nd June as date of his father’s demise.
Just to complete the puzzle On 2nd June 1874 it was Tuesday and not Saturday as categorically written by Mirza. It is clearly demonstrated that these supposed divine revelations vouchsafed to Mirza have huge problems for this cult. Even if they argue that Mirza got the year wrong still there is the problem with the day of his father's death too, Mirza got the day wrong too.
What happened to the concept that these were prophesies and revelations forewarning Mirza of eventualities in his life? What happened to the concept of divinely revealed words, did Mirza’s God have it wrong too? Problems for this cult are never ending. This is a predictable result when you want to convince people of Mirza’s credibility by deceptions, fraud and lies.
We have once again demonstrated that Mirza did not receive any divine revelations on the occasion of his father’s death as was the case of his brother’s death. He made up stories years after the events. His deceptions and lies are evident from the evidence displayed. There should be absolutely no doubt in any one’s mind that this man was a complete fraud. It is almost neigh impossible to imagine that some one who make such bold and outrageous claims of divine revelations get all his facts so horribly wrong on such momentous events in his life.
We have also demonstrated that Compilers and translator of tadkirah were guilty of deliberate innovations and fraud by deliberately inserting the dates for different ilhams based on their subsequent knowledge to make Mirza look credible.
They purposefully and deliberately ignored the evidence in the original writings of Mirza.
They inserted dates when no such dates existed in the original quoted by them, and they failed to recognize the dates did mentioned by Mirza.
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