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The Image in the Holy Black Stone (Hajar al Aswad) Fitted in Kaaba, Mecca

8 years, 10 months ago

Below is a compilation of articles announcing the discovery of an image in the Holy Black Stone, which is believed to be that of His Divine Eminence Riaz Ahmed Gohar Shahi. Some highlights from those articles:

Sheikh Hamad bin Abdallah (The Imam of Kaaba in Mecca) stated in relation to the appearance of a human face in the Holy Black Stone, “Spiritualists in Mecca say that this is the face of the awaited Imam Mehdi.” - As reported by the Daily Parcham (Karachi, Pakistan) on May 26, 1998.

"We of RAGS International (London, UK) believe that the image recently discovered on the black stone (Hajar al Aswad) is that of Riaz Ahmed Gohar Shahi. We believe that Imam Mahdi (Al-Muntazir) is Riaz Ahmed Gohar Shahi."

A clipping of the monthly Great God Magazine’s article about the image on the Holy Black Stone speculates whether the face is of His Divine Eminence Gohar Shahi, and shows a comparison between and image of His Divine Eminence and an image of the Holy Black Stone. 

“According to a facsimile received from Saudi Arabia, Sheikh Hammad bin Abdallah has issued a press release from Mecca. It states that prior to the pilgrimage, clear signs of a human image were visible on the Holy Black Stone. The image is inverted; for this reason is not visible at first sight.  But it can be clearly seen once it has been pointed out. Sheikh Hammad bin Abdallah has said that there could be two reasons for this image: either it has appeared naturally or perhaps it is manmade.  As the Black Stone is heavily guarded by officials and given that there are masses of pilgrims around it at all times, it is unlikely that any person would be courageous enough to make and place an image on the Black Stone. The question arises: if the image has always been on the Black Stone, then why has no one noticed it? The image is so clear it cannot be denied or rejected.”- Muhasib News, Karachi (June 16-30,1998)

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