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  • Did Dr. Dahesh say "I am a prophet" ?

    Perhaps not in those exact words, to the best of my knowledge. But, this evening, I found tangible proof that supports my belief that he did refer to himself as a prophet.

    Anyone who might be inclined to believe that Doctor Dahesh never referred to himself as a "prophet" should read Strange Stories and Wonderful Fables. Vol. 3. by Doctor Dahesh.

    I happen to own a copy.

    In one of the stories, he describes a dream in which he saw himself reach a planet populated by the Prophets (I am not going to describe the story in details...) among which was The Christ who says "...for that reason, I appeared in the 20th Century and I was known by the name of Dahesh..." (referring to the reincarnation of the Spiritual Fluid #20).

    That book was published when the Doctor was still alive. So whatever was printed in there was most certainly given the green light.

    So, there you have it...Dahesh telling us he saw a dream in which Christ is saying he came back as Dahesh... Subtle, but nonetheless definite proof that Dahesh referred to himself as a prophet.

    Well, in my humble opinion, anyway...
    "Fail, to succeed."

  • #2
    Dear Mario,
    May i ask you a favor, sure if you have no obstruction , to send me that story to my e-mail
    And really i appreciate.
    Best regards.

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    • #3
      Dear Hussein,

      I'll have to scan it for you. Is that acceptable to you? Otherswise, I'll have to translate it... Which option do you prefer.

      Best Regards

      Mario
      "Fail, to succeed."

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      • #4
        thanks a lot in advance,
        Scaning is much better, especially it will be in Arabic language , the language which i can understand better.
        best regards.

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        • #5
          My dear Hussein, you have singelhandely caused the price of onions to skyrocket! (Ask me what I mean so that I can tell you!)
          "Fail, to succeed."

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          • #6
            Hi Mario,
            i would like to know , what do you mean?
            best regards.

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            • #7
              Dear Mario,
              To agree in facts something is difficult and to except the debacle is more difficult.
              After i read that story, i agree with you that the Dr. Dahesh refered to himself as a prophet, And i can't denied the facts i have read.
              Socratous said:" I know everything ,but i don't know anything". And sure i'm not Socratous.
              thanks for you to clear the fact.
              best regards.

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              • #8
                Dear Hussein,

                Thank you for your courage.

                This matter is then settled (at least, between the both of us): we both agree without a shadow of a doubt that Doctor Dahesh referred to himself as a prophet, as a reincarnation of Jesus Christ, and that he would be endowed with the power to perform "amazing" miracles.

                Now, my dear Hussein, let's say you were to come upon a six page article titled "The Riddle of Doctor Dahesh" published in the December 1996 issue of ArtNews magazine, and you find the following official statement on behalf of the Dahesh Museum board of directors (also owner of The Daheshist Publishing Company):

                Kaplan goes even further. Speaking on behalf of the board, she denies that Dr. Dahesh founded the spiritual movement. "He didn't establish it," Kaplan says. "The fact is, these people (Daheshists), that's what they say. He never proclaimed himself anything, not a prophet, not a reincarnation. He never claimed anything that people are claiming for him. He was born a Christian, and he must have been very charismatic.".

                What would you say?

                Any true Daheshist reading this, should be greatly offended and expect a retraction and an apology.

                And what would you say if you know that the spokesperson (Kaplan) is now acting Director of the Museum...who is now looking to find yet another place...

                The Jews who worshipped the gold cow were sentenced to wander 40 years in the desert...

                Best Regards,

                Mario
                Last edited by Mario; 07-09-2006, 12:09 PM.
                "Fail, to succeed."

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                • #9
                  Dear Hussein,

                  With pleasure. Please see this post.

                  http://www.daheshville.com/forum/showthread.php?t=66

                  Best Regards,

                  Mario
                  "Fail, to succeed."

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                  • #10
                    There is a saying of Muhammad which says that in his ummah (community) there shall arise 30 or 40 dajjals (liars) who shall claim prophethood.
                    Well, Dahesh was never a Muslim (as far as I know), and he never said "I am a Prophet". Jesus never said "I am a Prophet" or at least it was never recorded he said it. Perhaps this is why Dahesh never said "I am a Prophet" directly.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Darrick Evenson
                      There is a saying of Muhammad which says that in his ummah (community) there shall arise 30 or 40 dajjals (liars) who shall claim prophethood.
                      Well, Dahesh was never a Muslim (as far as I know), and he never said "I am a Prophet". Jesus never said "I am a Prophet" or at least it was never recorded he said it. Perhaps this is why Dahesh never said "I am a Prophet" directly.
                      Hi Darrick,

                      He might not have said it (to the best of our knowledge), but he has most certainly written it, and I've shown the evidence to Hussein, who, in the reply above, concurs. The evidence is clear. He described a dream in which he saw Jesus Christ describe why he had to return in the 20th Century as "Dahesh" and that he performed astounding miracles.

                      Mario
                      "Fail, to succeed."

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