A9 TV; 16 December 2011
Surah Ta Ha
In the name of Allah, the All-Merciful, the Most Merciful
The letters Ta and Ha mean something. We shall see that in due course, insha’Allah.
“We did not send down the Qur’an to you to make you miserable,” Allah says He did not send it down to trouble people or so that problems of all kinds could not be resolved.
“but only as a reminder for those who have fear,”
Allah says He sent it as a reminder for those who truly fear Him.
“a Revelation from Him Who created the earth and the high heavens,”
It was sent down by Allah.
“the All-Merciful, established firmly upon the Throne.”
Who enfolds all places.
“Everything in the heavens and everything on the earth and everything in between them and everything under the ground belongs to Him.”
Allah says that all things, atoms, molecules, photons or whatever you can think of belong to Him.
“Though you speak out loud, He knows your secrets and what is even more concealed.”
Allah says He knows what is in people’s subconscious minds, and that He creates it all. He says nothing can remain secret. He says some people imagine they can conceal their thoughts. But Allah knows what they think subconsciously. Many people have suffered disaster because of their unconscious thoughts. Afflictions stem from the subconscious. From the subconscious not being sincere, insha’Allah.
“Allah, there is no god but Him. The Most Beautiful Names are His.”
Almighty Allah says He is One and possesses the most beautiful names.
“Has the story of Moses not reached you?” Allah asks because it has not come. This is secret knowledge.
“When he saw a fire and said to his family, ‘Wait here. I can make out a fire.”We can see from this how acutely aware a Muslim needs to be. The other people do not see, but he sees. What is the first precaution he takes? He tells them to stop and wait. One has to stop in the event of any extraordinary state of affairs. That is a precaution. All activities have to stop. Stop if anything important happens. Do not let yourselves be distracted. Something important is happening. Stopping what one is doing enables one to concentrate on that event.
“Maybe I will bring you a brand from it,”something that will be of benefit to Muslims. Because Muslims need fire. We can see from this that they have no fire with them. There were no matches or lighters in those days, and no fire. You can only encounter fire when you go somewhere. Allah is showing the difficult circumstances in which they were traveling.
“or will find guidance there." They did not know where they were going. You can see the difficult circumstances they were traveling under. The geographical conditions were very difficult. He thinks that since there is fire there, there may also be someone there. “I will find guidance there.”
“Then when he reached it, a voice called out, ‘Moses!
am your Lord. Take off your sandals. You are in the holy valley of Tuwa.”
Insha’Allah we will also go there, to the Valley of Tuwa. “Take off your sandals;” we take off our shoes before entering a mosque. The verse is at the same time referring to that. Taking off one’s shoes before entering a holy place is a mark of respect. There are of course other reasons for his taking his sandals off. There is the electrical charge in the ground, by the law of Allah. There is a special electricity there. When he takes his sandals off, that electricity will enter his body, insha’Allah.
"I have chosen you, so listen well to what is revealed.”
Allah says He has chosen him from now on.
"I am Allah,” Almighty Allah says this twice. “There is no god but me;” La illaha ill’Allah [there is no god but Allah].“so worship Me and establish prayer to remember Me.”
Allah sets out a religious observance. The Prophet Moses (pbuh) used to pray just like we do. Bowing, prostration, ritual washing and everything were all the same. That is why it has not been lost in Judaism. You have seen them praying in pictures, it is the same.
"The Hour is coming.” Allah is referring to the End Times, saying that the Day of Reckoning is imminent. “but I have concealed it so that every self can be repaid for its efforts.”
He is not saying He has concealed it completely, He means it will be recognizable from the signs, insha’Allah.
"Do not let those who do not believe in it and follow their whims and desires debar you from it or you will be destroyed.”Do not let the dajjal [antichrist] keep you from it. “Do not be influenced by other people, or you will be destroyed,” Almighty Allah is saying.
"What is that in your right hand, Moses?”We can tell that the Prophet Moses (pbuh) is holding his staff in it. That means he is generally right-handed. From these verses, we can learn everything about the Prophet Moses’ (pbuh) state of mind and character and everything.
“He said, ‘It is my staff’.”Since his road is a long one, he needs protection. “I lean on it,” he leans on it to walk with. That means his path is steep and difficult. He would not need it if the road were flat and easy. We realize he has to cross mountains. “and beat down leaves for my sheep…” So he has sheep with him. They are all traveling together. It is a mass migration. It means the land is arid, with no crops on it, no plants for the animals to eat. We can see it is a time of drought. But since trees can draw water through their roots, even in the absence of rain, even if all other plants have dried up, so they still have green leaves. “I beat down leaves,” he uses the staff to stretch up into the trees. It would appear that his animals are closer to goats. Because goats like eating tree leaves. One can work out all these things. “…and I have other uses for it." It can be used for defense and everything. “I have other uses for it,” he says.
“(Allah) He said, ‘Throw it down, Moses’.”
He throws it down.
“He threw it down and suddenly it was a slithering snake.”“He said, ‘Take hold of it and have no fear.”Allah knows he will be afraid of it. Because the Prophet Moses (pbuh) has a tendency to fear. That is quite legitimate, I mean it is quite legitimate for a fearful person to show courage. Some people know no fear, so their displaying bravery does not earn that much merit. But is a great thing for someone who is predisposed to fear to overcome it, and that earns a lot of merit. Allah tells him not to fear because He knows he will be afraid. “We will return it to its original form.”
“Trust me,” says Allah. He says the snake will turn back into a staff when he picks it up.
"Put your hand under your arm,”and he puts his right hand under his armpit, and that is also a sign in freemasonry, it is something used in masonic ceremonies. “It will emerge pure white yet quite unharmed, another Sign.”The Prophet Moses’ (pbuh) hands are normally dark. The Prophet Moses (pbuh) is heroic, upright, strong, well-built and burned by the Sun. He is unbelievably majestic. He is something like two meters tall, with broad shoulders and thick, powerful arms. He is also burned by the Sun. His hands are dark. Nor black, but dark brown. When he puts his hand under his armpit and draws it out again it is as white as milk.
"In this way We show you some of Our greatest Signs.”
"Go to Pharaoh,” go to Pharaoh, the dajjal of the time. Since he is the Mahdi of the time, Allah tells him to go to the dajjal of the time. “He has overstepped the bounds." All the Pharaohs overstepped the bounds.
“He said, ‘O Lord, expand my breast for me.”
Look, since that dear man is predisposed to fear and terror, he immediately says what his soul most needs; “expand my breast.” He probably has palpitations and high blood pressure. Shortness of breath. The things he fears are coming about. Allah tells him to pick up a snake. There is also the excitement of revelation upon him. They are alone on the mountain, he and his wife and family, with no fire. There are the animals. And he is responsible for the all. Additionally, he is wanted on suspicion of murder. He could be killed at any moment if he were caught. He is very tense anyway, and then Allah tells him to pick up the snake. These things coming one after the other give him palpitations. Our Prophet (pbuh) also bared his breast. Fervor is very high in prophets and Mahdis. They are very predisposed to fear, and are highly sensitive. They see light and color in great detail. They perceive smell in great detail. Things that do not trouble others make them very uncomfortable indeed. They are much more affected by something unclean. And they are much more affected in a fearful climate. But they also display a greater reaction, they are more heroic. They respond more powerfully. "O Lord, expand my breast.” He means, stop these palpitations and this excitement within me.
"Make my task easy for me." Because all those tasks, and not just two or three, are very difficult. Tests have come one after the other. He is wanted for murder, there is always the danger of his being martyred, may Allah forbid. It was an accident, but they do not regard it as such. He and his family are in danger from the people of the mountains. They are capable of anything. This is the first time he has received revelation, and that is hard for anyone to bear. It is a hugely exciting and stunning event. And what is more his staff turns into a snake. Then his hand comes out as white as milk. All stressful things happen to him.
"Loosen the knot in my tongue;" the intensity of his excitement means he has trouble speaking. One’s muscles contract, and that leads to difficulties in speaking.
"so that they will understand my words.”
Because they have to understand what the person preaching is saying, and he cannot speak.
"Assign me a helper from my family,”
I cannot do it by myself, O Lord, so give me an assistant, he says. A person who will help him when he has trouble speaking.
"My brother Aaron" Aaron is a secret name that has been discovered encoded in the Torah many times over. It was first there openly, then they saw it was also encoded there. That was established last year.
"Strengthen my back by him
and let him share in my task,
so that we can glorify You much
nd remember You much,”
Let us remember our Lord very much, he says.
"For You are watching us." He says that Allah keeps every moment under His control and sees and hears all things.
“He (Allah) said, ‘Your request has been granted, Moses.”Allah says He will do all the prophet has asked.
"We were gracious to you another time,”
Allah issues a reminder, saying He had been there before.
"when We revealed to your mother:
Place him into the box and throw it into the sea and the sea will wash it up on the shore, where an enemy of Mine and his will pick it up.” I showered you with love from Me so that you would be brought up under My supervision.”
I showered you with love, but this was the pretext so that you would be brought up before My eyes, Allah says. The Prophet Moses (pbuh) was exceedingly lovable and handsome. For example, they tried to do crazy things, but when he appeared they pulled themselves together right away. They were hugely affected by his character, nature and power. He had a great leadership quality. "Place him into the box and throw it into the sea,” put him in the box, one, and throw it into the sea, two, “and the sea will wash it up on the shore;” three. The box, the water and the shore. “where an enemy of Mine and his will pick it up.” Who is the enemy of Allah? The dajjal. The dajjal of that time.
"When your sister went and said, “Shall I direct you to someone who will take care of him?” that was how We returned you to your mother so that she might delight her eyes and not be grieved.”Allah says He carried out such a finely detailed plan. Allah has no need of plans. He just says that is what is in destiny. “…and do not be grieved.” Allah also does away with grieving. “You killed a man and We rescued you from trouble and tested you with many trials.”Because killing someone, may Allah forbid, devastates one psychologically, as a Muslim, and is a source of terrible suffering, even if it happened by accident. That is why Allah says; “We tested you with many trials.” With killing someone by accident. But mindless types boast of killing, saying “I have killed seven people.” And other people say, “Well done.” Although the Prophet Moses (pbuh) killed someone by accident he suffered the pain of that for many years. We rescued you from trouble, says Almighty Allah. “Then you arrived at the pre-ordained time,” Allah says he arrived at the time appointed by Him. Things worked out as ordained in destiny, not as he chose. You came because that is how it was created, He says.
"I have chosen you for Myself…"says Allah. He says it again.
"Go, you and your brother, with My Signs,” Go with the commandments of the Torah “and do not slacken in remembering Me.” Allah says he must cleave tightly to the struggle.
"Go to Pharaoh; he has overstepped the bounds.” Go to the dajjal, because he has gone to extremes.
"But speak to him with gentle words,” speak kindly to him. Because it is good to speak gently to aggressive people when one has the evidence. Harshness is no good with psychopaths, you have to be gentle. “...so that hopefully he will pay heed or show some fear.” You know how some people say, “Allah created him as the dajjal, so there is nothing he can do about it.” Not so. Allah says; “so hopefully he will pay heed” So Allah has left an escape route, “or show some fear." Allah leaves him an escape route.
“They said, ‘Our Lord, we are afraid that he might persecute us or overstep the bounds’.”
There are no limits to what he may do, because he is a psychopath. He could martyr, kill or injure them at the drop of a hat.
“Allahsaid, ‘Have no fear...” Allah constantly says, “have no fear.” “I will be with you;” Allah says you are My manifestations. Pharaoh is also My manifestation, and you are My manifestations, He says. Who creates Pharaoh? Allah. Who creates Moses (pbuh)? Allah. He creates one of them negative and the other positive. “I created them both,” Allah says. “It is I Who bestow strength on both.” “Have no fear, I will be with you,” Allah says. ”All-Hearing and All-Seeing.”
Who is it Who hears with the ear of the Prophet Moses (pbuh)? Allah. Who is it Who sees with the eye of the Prophet Moses (pbuh)? Allah. Who is it Who hears with the ear of the dajjal? Again Allah? Who is it Who sees with the eye of the dajjal? Allah. Who creates both? Allah. Who is the absolute Lord and rule, the Almighty One? Allah. So one must fear none other than Allah. So Allah says, “Have no fear.” If you fear, that is equivalent to ascribing equals to Allah.
“Go to him and say, “We are your Lord’s Messengers so send the tribe of Israel away with us and do not punish them.”That is all they want, for the tribe of Israel to be sent away with them. They do not want them to be punished. “We have brought you a sign from your Lord.” We have come with Allah’s commandments.”Peace be upon those who follow the guidance.”
The guidance is a manifestation of Allah’s title of ‘al-Hadi [the Guide].’ The way of the Mahdi, in other words. The Mahdi means a person who has received guidance from Allah or who leads to happiness. Insha’Allah.
"It has been revealed to us that punishment is for him who denies the truth and turns away.”
If you lie and turn away, you will be punished, they say. But otherwise; “Peace be upon those who follow the guidance.”
“Pharaoh said, ‘Who then is your Lord, Moses?" But he is a psychopath, a maniac, and again behaves calmly. Even the psychopaths of that time had a democratic mindset. Normally though, psychopaths just attack people. Today’s maniacs are very different.
“He said, ‘Our Lord is He Who gives each thing its created form,”they have been created. He first eliminates Pharaoh’s Darwinist thinking. Because Pharaoh is a Darwinist and materialist. He says that human beings emerged by chance from the muddy waters of the Nile. He first does away with that false belief of Pharaoh’s. He first refers to Creation. “…and then guides it…" he says. It is He Who determines destiny and leads people to the Qur’an, the Torah and the Injil.
“He (Pharaoh)said, ‘What about the previous generations?’” People talk about the Stone Age. They divide the past into arbitrary periods. “What about the previous generations?” he asks. He asks about historical facts.
“He said, ‘Knowledge of them is with my Lord in a Book’.”In a book in the Presence of Allah. He says they were created, and did not evolve. This is clear in the Sight of Allah, and Allah has set this out. “My Lord does not misplace nor does He forget.” He says that Allah has created everything perfectly. It is the same now as at the beginning, he says. He says there is no error in past times. He says the people then were not forgotten and that they were also given books. He says they were also normal people. He says that history does not change over various ages. He says the knowledge of this is in a book in the Presence of My Lord. Knowledge of the erroneous nature of the idea of evolution, in other words. He is also referring to a verse here, "Knowledge of them is with my Lord in a Book.”The Atlas of Creation is also a fine book that sets out the invalidity of evolution. The verse is referring in one sense to the Atlas of Creation.
"It is He Who made the earth a cradle for you,” He is saying He created the Mahdi for you, as cradle in Arabic is Mahdi. “…and threaded pathways for you”… This time, he first refers to the Creation of human beings, then to that of the Earth. He says that Allah has also created the pathways, and everything else. “and sent down eater from the sky;” He says that Allah causes the rain to fall. “...by which We have brought forth various different types of plants.” He says that Allah also created plants. The way they are created in pairs is also due to Allah. He says that Allah has created them all. Note how he first says that all living things and the universe itself are created by Allah, and that the idea of evolution is false.
"Eat and pasture your cattle. Certainly there are Signs in that for people of sound intellect.” Almighty Allah says to use it all as they wish.2012-01-23 16:55:22