Ahmadiyya leadership plays the “repentance-game” when it comes to MGA’s failed prophecies.  All of MGA’s death-prophecies were false-distortions, lies and evilness. Anytime I see an Ahmadi going out of his/her to defend MGA, I can only assume that they have been utterly brainwashed. Some people call this an adhomenim attack, however, its true, hard core Ahmadis only believe in Ahmadiyya as a result of indoctrination, brainwashing, and social conditioning. Afzal Upal’s recent work proves all of my assertions, i.e. that Ahmadis are brainwashed, never use their own brain, and are fanatical about their loyalty to the Mirza family. In the data in the below, I have proved that Dowie changed his claims slightly from 1902 to later in 1906-07, however, he still died per Ahmadiyya, since Ahmadiyya doesn’t consider this as repentance. However, when it comes to Piggot they doctored up a story wherein they claim that he repented and thus avoided the wrath of MGA’s god. Further, they claim that Athim repented in his heart, and thus avoided the 15 month deadline that MGA gave. Thus, the Mirza family has employed their band of Ahmadi mullahs, who  have spent their entire life “covering-up” the misgivings, lies and indiscretions of MGA and his team of writers. I remember they would come to my house in the 1980’s and beg for money, I mean extra monies, they would viciously press my father until they got their money. And we lived very poor…however, these mullahs wanted every red cent and they got it. Check out other Zionist churches that were offshoots of inspired by Dowie herein.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Whats the real story on Dowie?

—–“In 1901 he founded Zion City about 40 miles from Chicago with money contributed by his followers. The title-deeds of the area of 6000 acres were in Dowie‘s name, and he had complete power as owner of the city and overseer of the church.

In April 1906, during his absence in Mexico, a revolt in which his own family joined took place, and he was deposed. Dowie endeavoured to recover his authority through the law courts without success, and now in broken health was obliged to accept an allowance until his death on 9 March 1907.”
Review of Religions, Sept. 1902, Vol I, No 9

MGA’s extended letter to Dowie is posted on pages 337-349

“The best way to determine whether Dowie’s God is true or ours, is that Mr. Dowie should stop making prophecies about the destruction of all Muslims. Instead he should keep me alone in his mind and pray that if one of us is fabricating a lie, he should die before the other.”

Dowie replied to MGA in December 27, 1902 in the Leaves of Healings:

“In India, there is a foolish Messiah who writes to me often telling me that the tomb of Jesus Christ is in Kashmir and the people sometimes say to me, why do you not reply to this and that or other things. Reply! Do you think, that I shall reply to these gnats and flies. If I put my foot on them, I would crush out their lives. I give them a chance to fly away and live.”
ROR of Sep

An article is dedicated to Dowie.

During this time, MGA was not well known in America. Despite this, many American newspapers published this challenge which included:

  • The Chicago Inter Ocean, June 28, 1903
  • The Telegraph, July 5, 1903
  • The Literary Digest, June 20, 1903
  • The New York Mail & Express, June 25, 1903
  • The Herald Rochester, June 25, 1903
  • The Record Boston, June 27, 1903
  • The Advertiser Boston, June 25, 1903
  • The Pilot Boston, June 27, 1903
  • The Pathfinder Washington, June 27, 1903
  • The Detroit English News, June 27, 1903
  • The Democratic Chronicle Rochester, June 25, 1903
  • The Burlington Free Press, June 27, 1903
  • The Albany Press, June 25, 1903
  • The Baltimore American, June 28, 1903
  • The Buffalo Times, June 25, 1903
  • The Groomshire Gazette, July 17, 1903
  • The Houston Chronicle, July 3, 1903
  • The Trichmond News, July 1, 1903
  • The Argunaut San Francisco, Dec. 1, 1903


It seems like Ahmadiyya literature was silent on Dowie.

Dowie’s wife and children left him. In 1904, he revisited Adelaide, Australia, but his efforts to conduct services were met with hostility.[18]

In 1905, he suffered a stroke, and traveled to Mexico to recuperate.[19] While absent from Chicago, he was deposed from his business affairs by Wilbur G. Voliva, his chief lieutenant.[3]

Voliva and official investigators maintained that anywhere from $2.5 to 3.4 million of funds were unaccounted for. Dowie attempted to recover his authority through litigation, but he was ultimately forced to retire and accept an allowance, which was paid until his death in 1907.[1] Dowie is buried in Lake Mound Cemetery, Zion, Illinois.[20]


As soon as Dowie died 9 March 1907, data is added to “Haqiqatul Wahy”, which was written in mostly 1906. The word Dowie is mentioned 92 times. The 30th sign argument was written before Dowie died, they were mocking his paralysis. Sign 196 was written after Dowie died (15 pages). Dowie is also written about in Arabic via the appendix (27 pages).

The Boston Herald of June 27th, 1907, ran a headline, “Great is Mirza Ghulam Ahmad”.
The Full English-RoR for 1911

Remember to read the index, lots of clues there.

The ROR of June 1911, pages 250-251

“”””His enemies, who did their best to bring him to nought, met with dismal failure in all of their base pursuits. One Lekh Ram of the Lahore Ayra Samaj dared to stand against him, but was crushed to death by the deadweight of his own insolence. His own invectives and anathemas fell upon him like a stab and consigned him to eternal doom. He was not the only victim of the Prophet’s righteous wrath, but many others suffered the same fate. Abdullah Atham (Athim) who entered the lists against him in a religious contest was miserably worsted in the presence of a number of his respectable co-religionists, but at last the dogged pertinacity and the wilful perversity of the former proved fatal to him. Quite recently the Christian Europe and the New World were shaken by the arrogant pretensions of Mr. Piggot and Dr. Dowie. Both of the false pretenders soon raised a tempest in the teapot. One claimed to be God himself, and the other, rather less arrogant claimed to be the fore-runner of Christ. At once wicked and blasphemous were their pretensions, the Prophet of India, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian could not let them alone. He took time by the forelock and challenged the false claimants to make good their pretensions or prepare to die. The bubbles speedily burst and the hubbub instantaneously subsided. Disgrace overtook both and sent one to the grave unregretted, and the other to the fathomless abyss of oblivion. It served them right and the world was well rid of them. Thus we saw with these very eyes how faithfully God sided with his righteous servant. Nature in all its totality was placed at his service and success attended him wherever he turned his face””””

Dowie is mentioned in the ROR of Jan-1912.

The death of Dowie is mentioned in the ROR of June-1913.

The ROR of January-1916 reports that the “Truth” newspaper published an essay about MGA, entitled, “Indian Messiah Ahmad” on Oct-3-1915. They seem to have compared MGA with the famous Tolstoi (Tolstoy). Hassan Moosa Khan has some of MGA’s prophecies published in the
“Truth”, some were the famous Dowie prophecy, and the Piggot prophecy.

The ROR of May-1916 has an article by Abul Hashem Khan Choudri entitled, “A Glimpse of the works of the Promised Messiah”. This was a lecture in Delhi which he gave in March of 1916. He talked about the Dowie prophecy, and the Piggot prophecy. 

The ROR of Oct-1916 mentions the Dowie Prophecy, this is an article by Qazi Abdullah, the Ahmadi missionary in London.

The Dec-1920 edition of the ROR briefly mentions Dowie and described him as having met with “utter discomfiture”. The July edition also mentions the Dowie prophecy.


Review Of Religions – January & February 1922 Edition

The death challenge with Dowie is translated from Haqiqatul Wahy (urdu) into english, portions of it. See Jan-Feb-1922 edition of the ROR.

Dowie’s name is mentioned 50+ times via the Khalifa’s letter to the Amir of Afghanistan, which was turned into a book.

Dard’s report of missionary activity is published in the ROR of Nov-1933. He claims to have given a lecture at the Dorking Rotary Club. He talked about MGA’s prophecies like Dowie, Lekh Ram, the Great European War (doomsday earthquake), the destruction of the Czar dynasty (Russia). He also mentioned how Ahmadi’s are persecuted and killed in Afghanistan, Maulvi Abdul Latif and a few others. Dard also claims that M.M. Ahmad (B.A.) had recently came to London.
Links and Related Essay’s


Click to access DowieAnointedOfTheLord-ArthurNewcomb.pdf


Piggot was mentioned in the Review of Religions of Jan 1912

Marching to Zoin Religion in a Modern Utopian Community

Piggot was mentioned in the ROR of 1911

Click to access reviewreligionsenglish_191201.pdf

Click to access reviewreligionsenglish1911.pdf


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