We have come across a rare book that was published (publish date unknown) from Rabwah and contains the dreams and revelations of the 2nd Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad. This was quoted in “Ahmadiyya Movement: British-Jewish Connections” by Bashir Ahmad (1995), see page 96. Ahmadi’s claim that before his trip to London in 1924 in an attempt to lie to the world that he was divinely ordered to make this trip. There seems to be another book entitled, “Roya-o-Kashuf Syedna Mahmud”, we have posted quotes for that also.

_____________________________________________________________________________________________ AlFazl Rabwah 25 January, 1950 Almubashrat, 294
Via “Ahmadiyya Movement: British-Jewish Connections” by Bashir Ahmad (1995)

The 2nd Khalifa was claiming that dreams told about Zafrullah Khan and his role in Pakistan.


Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra states:

“Once the Promised Messiahas received the revelation:

اِنِّیْ ‬مَعَ‭ ‬الْاَفْوَاجِ‭ ‬اٰتِيْكَ‭ ‬بَغْتَةً

“Meaning that, ‘I shall come to you suddenly with all My hosts’. [Tadhkirah (English), pp. 733-734]

“That same night, when the Promised Messiahas had this revelation, an angel came to me [in a dream] and said that the Promised Messiahas had this revelation tonight:

اِنِّیْ ‬مَعَ‭ ‬الْاَفْوَاجِ‭ ‬اٰتِيْكَ‭ ‬بَغْتَةً

“In the morning, Mufti Muhammad Sadiq Sahib asked me to go inside and bring the latest revelations in writing, which had descended upon the Promised Messiahas. Mufti Sahib had assigned me this duty and I used to bring the latest revelations of the Promised Messiahas in writing and hand it over to Mufti Sahib so that he could publish them in the newspaper. That day, when the Promised Messiahas gave the revelations in writing, he forgot, in a hurry, to write the revelation:

اِنِّیْ ‬مَعَ‭ ‬الْاَفْوَاجِ‭ ‬اٰتِيْكَ‭ ‬بَغْتَةً

“When I read those revelations, out of respect, I did not have the courage to say anything to the Promised Messiahas in regard to this. I also did not want to consider whatever I was told [by the angel] as wrong. In that situation, I would approach the door [to Huzoor’s room] but would then return. I repeated this many times, when eventually, I gathered some courage and said that last night, an angel told me that you had been revealed:

اِنِّیْ ‬مَعَ‭ ‬الْاَفْوَاجِ‭ ‬اٰتِيْكَ‭ ‬بَغْتَةً

“But this was not mentioned in those revelations [given by Huzooras for publication].

“The Promised Messiahas stated, ‘This was revealed, but I forgot while writing [to give for publication].’

“Therefore, [when Huzooras] opened the notebook [of revelations, to confirm] that revelation was also present there. So, the Promised Messiahas wrote that revelation as well, for publication in the newspaper.” (Roya-o-Kashuf Syedna Mahmud, pp. 7-8)

Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra further stated:

“It was 8 March 1907, when, at night, I was shown a notebook of revelations in a dream, about which someone said that it was the notebook of Hazrat Sahib’s revelations and it had written on it in a thick font:

عَسٰٓی ‬اَنْ‭ ‬تَكْرَهُوْا‭ ‬شَيْئًا‭ ‬وَّهُوَ‭ ‬خَيْرٌ‭ ‬لَّكُمْ

“‘It may be that you dislike a thing while it is good for you.’ Then the scene changed and I saw there was a mosque and people had created disturbance against its custodian […] Meanwhile a person of white complexion came, who told me that there were three sorts of people related to the mosque; firstly, those who only offered prayers and were also good; secondly, those who were administratively responsible for the mosque, and thirdly, the custodian […]

“The next morning, I told this dream to my father [the Promised Messiahas]. Upon hearing this, he became engaged in thought and stated, ‘Seeing a mosque [in a dream] suggests a jamaat [congregation and community]; maybe some people of my Jamaat will oppose me. Let me write this dream.’ So, I narrated the dream and he wrote it down in his notebook. He wrote the date first and then wrote, ‘Mahmud’s dream’.” (Ibid, pp. 9-10)

The compilation of the revelations and visions of the Promised Messiahas took place during the time of Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra and it was published in 1935, under the title of “Tadhkirah”.

In 1938, Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra found another notebook of the Promised Messiahas, which included his revelations and visions, dated between 17 August and 21 December 1894. It included the revelation “Daagh-e-Hijrat” (“The stigma of migration”) under the date of 18 September 1894.

Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra mentioned this notebook in his Friday Sermon of 19 August 1938. He stated that as per his knowledge, those revelations were not yet published. (Al Fazl, 31 August 1938)

When the fourth edition of Tadhkirah was scheduled to be published, Hazrat Khalifatul Masih IVrh instructed Nazarat-e-Ishaat to include the revelations present in the above-mentioned notebook. The revelations of this notebook can be found in Tadhkirah (English) from pages 336-349.

Links and Related Essay’s

“Ahmadiyya Movement: British-Jewish Connections” by Bashir Ahmad (1995)

In 1924, the Ahmadiyya Khalifa traveled from India to England and stopped in Egypt, Damascus and why?


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