Once MGA had a sever attack of schizophrenia (sakht dora), related by Nusrat Jehan (Walida Sahiba), and Mirza Sultan Ahmad and Mirza Fazl Ahmad (his sons) were alerted. Even in front of them, MGA had another attack of Schizophrenia. At this point, Mirza Sultan Ahmad was sitting next to MGA on his charpai and was simply observing, whereas Mirza Fazl Ahmad kept running around, his face was changing colors too, he would even take off his turban and tie MGA’s legs with it and would then begin massaging his feet, and his hands would be shaking with anxiety.

This seems to be similar to the story wherein MGA saw black things and fell down in a fit of schizophrenia (posted in the below). However, in this story, Mirza Fazl was tying the legs of MGA just to calm him.

Story number 35, 1923 edition
pdf page 20 of 296
Narration no. 19

”My mother narrated to me that mgaq got first attack of dizziness and hysteria few days after the death of Bashir 1 (we had an elder brother who died in 1888). While sleeping he got choked and then condition worsened but that attack was light. Then after some time (few days) he went out saying that I am not feeling well today. Mother said after some time sheikh Hamid Ali ( he was an old sincere servant of mgaq, he is dead now) knocked at the door and asked for a pitcher of hot water. Mother said, I knew that mgaq’s condition is worsened, so I asked a maid to ask him (sh hamid) about mgaq’s condition. Sh Hamid Ali said its bad. I went inside the mosque and saw mgaq lying. I went near him he said- I m not feeling well. I was praying and saw something black raised in front of me and went up to sky. Then I screamed and fell down and became like fainted. Mother says that after that he started getting these attacks on REGULAR BASIS. This humble one asked what was attack like, she said that his hands and feet got cold, body nerves got shrunk specially neck’s and then dizziness started. In that condition, he was unable to support his body. In the beginning, these attacks/seizures were severe but later on there was no such severity and he became used to that.

Humble one asked, did he ever get any problem with his head? Mother said, before he used to get nominal headache attacks. Humble one asked, did he use to lead the prayers, mother said yes, but due to attacks he stopped. Humble one states that was before the claim of being Messiah.”
Scan from the 2018 edition

Links and Related Essay’s

Nusrat Jehan Begum claims that MGA only led Salaat before 4 November 1888, never after


Mirza Sultan Ahmad, MGA’s eldest son, 1856–1931

Who is Mirza Fazl Ahmad (1860-1904), the son of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad?


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