The Mystery of Ayn Seen Qaf

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The Mystery of Ayn Seen Qaf

Un-solved Knowledge of the Quran" (The Mystery of Ayn, Seen, Kaaf)

Surah Ash-Shura-42

  1. Haa. Meem
  2. Ayn. Seen. Kaaf

The translators of the Quran have not translated the words, Haa. Meem. of Surah Ash-Shura-42 Verse no.1 and words Ayn. Seen. Kaaf. of Verse no. 2. They have commented that this is a deep secret. Only God knows this. Then it has also been argued that even if the meaning of these five words is not known, the glory of the knowledge of the Quran is not diminished. Nor is there any harm to human beings. The Quran is a store piled with knowledge. Self-salvation is possible only through knowledge.

Argument of the author (Rampal Das): - It is necessary to attain spiritual knowledge. But if there is no solution, then the knowledge is useless. For example, if a person told someone, “You have this disease. These are the symptoms of this disease.” The patient came to know that I have this disease, but if neither the person who informed the patient of the disease, nor the patient, is aware of the treatment, then what is the benefit of the knowledge of the disease?

Similarly, if all the teachings of Quran Majeed have been read and memorised too, but if one does not have the knowledge of the deep secret, i.e., the remedy, Haa. Meem. and Ayn. Seen. Kaaf., then salvation cannot be achieved by mere reading of the Quran, because the secret of salvation is hidden in these five words, which you will read further. By the teachings of Quran Majeed, one gets the understanding of the code of conduct of worship and the sense of Karm (deeds to be performed) and Akarm (deeds not to be performed). Perform meritorious deeds; do not commit sin. Read some part of the scripture (of the Quran) daily. Offer Namaz (prayer), recite azaan (call to prayer), observe (roza) fasts, etc. By these actions, the cycle of birth and death of a living being cannot end.

To get rid of the pain of birth and death, one has to chant the naam (mantra). Ayn. Seen. Kaaf. These are the symbolic words of those three naams (mantras) which are mantras of emancipation and welfare. These are their first letters. Taking initiation from a complete saint, who knows this secret, and chanting these three mantras will lead to self-welfare. And by no other means can the soul attain salvation.

Knowledge of Mystical Mantras

Ha.= Haq, Meem.= Mabood i.e. Ayn. Seen. Kaaf., are the mantras for true worship. The method of worship that Muslims follow, five times Namaz (prayer), Zakat (donation), Roza (fasting), reading (recitation) of Quran Majeed, etc., consider all this to be a glucose drip given to a patient. But the patient will not recover completely without taking pills and injections that eradicate the disease. The three mantras (naam) which are signified by Ayn. Seen. Kaaf., consider those mantras to be the curative tablet and injection. By chanting these mantras, the cycle of birth and death will end forever. Now read the secret of Ayn. Seen. Kaaf., which is as follows: -

Secret of Ayn. Seen. Kaaf

Surah Ash Shura-42

  • Verse no.1: - Ha. Meem.
  • Verse no. 2: - Ayn. Seen. Kaaf.

No one has explained the meaning or analysis of these two verses to date. The translators of the Quran skipped it saying that only Allah knows their meaning. Now you will know the secret.

The knowledge of the four Vedas (Rigved, Samved, Yajurved and Atharvaved) is also incomplete as it is provided by Kaal Brahm by picking and choosing from the Sukshmved. These three naam (mantras) are indicated in Samved's Mantra no. 822. It is written - "Tri Tasya Naam" which means there are three mantras to worship that Almighty God. The same Kaal Brahm has imparted the knowledge of Shrimad Bhagavad Gita.

The knowledge of Shrimad Bhagavad Gita was also given by this giver of the knowledge of Quran, to Arjun (who was one of the five Pandavs). In that too, there is a mention of three mantras in Chapter 17 Verse 23.

It is written in it that: -

Gita Chapter 17 Verse 23: - The original text is in Sanskrit language; the script is Roman:-

ॐ (Om) Tat Sat iti nirdeshH brahmanH trividaH smritH ।।
BrahmanaH ten vedH ch yagyaH ch vihita pura ।। 23 ।।

Meaning: - It has been said in the Gita- “ॐ (Om), Tat, Sat - this is a mantra composed of three (naam) mantras for worshipping the (BrahmanH) Almighty God, the Creator. The method of mentally repeating it has been described in three ways. In the beginning of the Creation, the (BrahmanaH) learned worshippers of the Aadi Sanatan Panth used to perform spiritual practice based on this.”

The knowledge of the Sukshmved was given by Supreme God Himself. Based on that, brahmins (sages) i.e. worshippers were formed. The law of (yagyaH) religious rituals was formed on the basis of the same Sukshmved, and all the four Vedas are part of the same Sukshmved, by giving incomplete knowledge of which, Kaal Brahm deliberately misled the sages, which was later adopted by the worshippers of Sanatan Panth (Dharm / religion). That too had vanished in time. Then Jyoti Niranjan (Kaal Brahm) gave some clear, some vague (indicative) knowledge through Gita. He also does not have the understanding of these (code words) symbolic mantras that what the complete mantras are. These same three mantras are indicated in Mantra number 822 of Samved. It is mentioned in the Vedas that only the Param Akshar Brahm (Supreme God) i.e. Allah Kabir gives the accurate knowledge of these symbolic mantras.

Knowledge of Three Mantras - Ayn. Seen. Kaaf

I, humble servant (Rampal Das), have been given the knowledge of these three mantras which is as follows: -

  • "Ayn" is an alphabet of Arabic language. It is "अ" (A) of Hindi language in Devanagari
  • "Seen", the alphabet of the Arabic language, is the letter "स" (S) of the Hindi language in Devanagari
  • "Kaaf" is an Arabic alphabet, which is "क" (K) of the Hindi language in Devanagari.

As the first letter of the ॐ (Aum / Om) mantra is alphabet "अ" (A). Therefore, the letter "Ayn" signifies "Aum/Om". "Tat" is a symbolic mantra. The first letter of its real mantra is "स" (S), and the first letter of the real mantra of the third symbolic mantra "Sat" is "क" (K). That is why, the secret i.e. symbolic "Ayn, Seen, Kaaf" have been mentioned in the Quran. They are like the "Om, Tat, Sat" mentioned in the Gita. They are indicative of these only.

By chanting these mantras, one will get worldly pleasures and the suffering (distress) caused by sinful deeds will end and one will be saved from premature death. One will not have to go to (Dojakh) hell, and one will get a permanent abode in the heaven (Satlok Sukh Sagar - Eternal Place where Supreme God resides) which is innumerable times more blissful than the heaven of Kaal Brahm (Jyoti Niranjan). One will always be happy in the heaven of Satlok (Eternal Place). Then that person who chants these three mantras will never be reborn on the earth again.

This humble servant (Rampal Das) grants these three mantras of worship in initiation to the worshippers of Supreme God Kabir of the Yatharth Kabir Panth i.e. the Aadi Sanatan Panth (the thirteenth last sect). (Men and women of any religion, creed and caste can join the Yatharth Kabir Panth by taking initiation.) Here, I will not disclose the exact mantras of the other two symbolic mantras. Devotees who have been initiated by me will understand this context as soon as they read it. Human beings (men and women) of the world will have to worship Allahu Akbar i.e. God Kabir. Only then will their human life be successful. They will get everlasting peace and happiness. These three mantras will be given to them in initiation. The three mantras are mentally repeated in three ways. Likewise, "Ha: Meem" are also indicative. Read about them later on in the book.

That Kaadar (Almighty) Allah Kabir has stated in Kalaame Kabir (word of Allah Kabir) that: -

Baarhvein Panth Ham hi chal aavein। sab panth mita Ek Panth chalavein।।
Kalyug beetey Paanch Hazaar Paanch Sau Paancha । tab yah vachan hoga saacha।।
Dharmdas tohey laakh duhaai । Saarshabd kahin baahar na jaayi।।
Tetees Arab gyaan Ham bhaakha । mool gyaan Ham gupt hi raakha।।.
Mool gyaan tab tak chipaai । jab tak dwaadash panth na mit jaayi।।

In 1997, Kalyug completed five thousand five hundred and five years. Since then, Saarnaam is being given. Like, it is said in the Surat Furqani Verse no. 59 of Quran Majeed (Sharif), "Ask a Tatvdarshi (Baakhabar - the one who has complete knowledge) to gain Tatvgyan i.e., complete knowledge about the Creator of all, the Nurturer of all.

Similarly, in Gita Chapter 4 Verse 34, it is said that {the (BrahmanH) Param Akshar Brahm (Supreme God) i.e. Allah Kabir (Sachidanand Ghan Brahm) who has explained Tatvgyan (true spiritual knowledge) in the speech (Kalaame Kabir) ‘Kabir Vaani’ uttered from His mouth, by worshipping Him in a simple manner, complete salvation is attained. This is mentioned in Gita Chapter 4 Verse 32. That is Tatvgyan (true spiritual knowledge).} comprehend that knowledge (by going to the Tatvdarshi scholars- ones with complete knowledge). By prostrating yourself before them, by rendering service to them, and by giving up deceit and asking them questions with simplicity, those knowledgeable Mahatma, who have the complete knowledge of God, will instruct you in that Tatvgyan.

Conclusion - Knowledge Giver of GIta, 4 Vedas and all the 4 Books is the same person

From this discussion, it is concluded that the giver of the knowledge of Gita, the four Vedas and all the four books is the same person. He himself admits in Gita Chapter 11 Verse 32 that I am Kaal. I am the destroyer of all. He is Brahm. He is also called Kshar Purush. He is known by Jyoti Niranjan Kaal in Sukshmved. He deceives all living beings, though the knowledge of the Sukshmved which he has stated in the holy books like Vedas, Gita and Quran etc is incomplete, it is not wrong. He has not explained clearly; he has equivocated and given unclear description. Until the complete spiritual knowledge and complete method of worship is attained, the living being will remain extremely distressed in the trap of Kaal Jyoti Niranjan, even if one goes to his (jannat) heaven.

Baba Adam was Unhappy in Heaven

One example is enough: - Baba Adam was unhappy in heaven. His eyes filled with tears of sorrow when he turned his face to the left, and he smiled and laughed when he turned his face to the right. No one will get ultimate peace in this Kaal's (jannat) heaven. The ultimate peace, to attain which, the giver of the knowledge of Shrimad Bhagavat Gita has advised in Gita Chapter 18 Verse 62 to go in the shelter of the Supreme God other than himself.

As the readers have read, that Allah, the giver of the knowledge of Quran (whom Muslims consider to be their God), gave information about the Almighty, Creator of the universe, the Immortal Allah, other than himself. They also read about the capability of Kabir Allah in another Muslim scripture “Fazaile Amaal”.

Similarly, other great men and saints who met God had seen Him with their eyes and testified as follows: - Read about them in the next article.

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