It seems that MGA and his crew wrote in the Al-Hakam how Baha-ullah claimed to be the Messiah and not God in 1904 (see in the below). This is actually a quote from a question posed to al-Hakam. The Al-Hakam presented this to their team, however, they didn’t answer question. This was in terms of prophets living more than 23 years. The questioner asked the editors as to why Bahaullah lived so long after his claim. Ahmadi editors claim that someone has to keep their claims active for 23 years for it to be valid.
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his team of writers wanted to get Christian’s to join Ahmadiyya, thus, they invented some silly parallels which might entice a Christian to convert to Ahmadiyya. Initially, in the 1878-1882 era, via Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya Vol. 3 (see page 211 online english edition), MGA scoffed at the idea of God having sons and etc. Then again in 1891, when MGA claimed to be the Messiah and Mahdi (in 1892), MGA spoke of himself in some type of weird metaphoric trinity. In 1892, MGA had his famous dream wherein he thought himself to be God (see at the 5:48 mark).
In the 1907 era (See Haqiqatul Wahy), MGA was claiming that his GOD was human and ate, fasted and etc. MGA took it a step further and claimed to receive a revelation wherein his God called him his son. This could also be a rip-off of Bahaism. In the same book (Haqiqatul Wahy) also claimed to be the Brahman Avatar in a weird revelation. MGA and his team of writers mentioned how this was all metaphorical, just like MGA’s prophethood.
Furthermore, it should be noted that MGA called himself the baruz of God (naozobillah), just like he had claimed to be the baruz (second manifestation) of Muhammad (saw) (astagfarullah). MGA also claimed to have been given the highest throne of them all. This was all in the era of 1906-1907.
Mirza Ghulam Ahmed also wrote:
Surma-e Chashm-e Arya, Hashiya, pg. 229 – 230
“It has been described at several places in the Holy Qur’an in indications (اشارات) and remarks (تصريحات). That His Holiness (Muhammad) is the Supreme Manifestation of Divinity (مظہراتم الوہیت) and His words are God’s words and His Manifestation (ظہور) is God’s Manifestation and His advent is God’s advent.”
Akhbar Al-Hakam, Qadian, 24th October 1904, pg. 4
This is actually a quote from a question posed to al-Hakam. The Al-Hakam presented this to their team, however, they didn’t answer question. This was in terms of prophets living more than 23 years. The questioner asked the editors as to why Bahaullah lived so long after his claim. Ahmadi editors claim that someone has to keep their claims active for 23 years for it to be valid.
“Bahá’u’lláh, who claimed to be Messiah (مسیح) in 1269 A.H. remained alive till 1309 A.H.”
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