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I am not sure all this prohecy is genuine or not, it does not really seem so. Where exactly have these documents come from? If guruji had prophesied, why was it not written in Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji, at least it could be verified.

I know talk of prohecy is very enthralling, but we musn't get carried away with romantic notions such as this.

It is important for us to remember the techings of Waheguru, we must live like good Sikh's. We musn't drink, or get caught up in the concept of Maya.

Sikh's are forgetting their religion, we are too busy drinking, eating meat and trying to make money. We are forgeting what will truly make Khalsa Raj.

Remember to pray, to meditate. Excuses like I have no time is no excuse as the Japji Sahib takes only twenty minutes. Thats less time needed in watching a soap opera!!!

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GuruFatehJi.

KhalsaJi,

These prophesies are against Gurmat teachings, so their sources are of suspicious nature. They have either been crafted by over-zealous Sikhs (after Guru Gobind Singh's passing away in 1708, Guruji would have denounced them in his lifetime) or Brahmnical elements.

Never get distracted by such writings because they are sugar-coated. Who knows what lies within. They are just to make Sikhs feel happy and detrack from following the teachings of Dhan Dhan Sahib Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj. If such issues are not supported by Gurbani or reflect the nature of our Gurus, keep you guard, lest you lose your way from the real Sikhi.

CONSIDER THIS:

1. The so-called prophesies were not even mentioned, let alone supported, by the successor Gurus.

2. Would the so-called prophesies not be of alarm to Aurangzeb? They were never once metioned in our Sikh history, especially during the times of Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji and Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

3. The so-called prophesies would have been mentioned in Guru Gobind Singh Ji's 'Zafarnama' because it was addressed to Aurangzeb himself and the Emperor was refered to in the 'prophesy'.

4. Baba Nanak was the founder Guru of Sikhism and I believe he would not speak of anything other than highest - the practice of truth. He only preached the practice of a righteous life, of meditation on God and sharing our honest earnings with the needy. His entire life was testimony of it. What followed him was the evolution of the message of Sikhi, one Guru after the other, until it (Sikhi) reached it's final form - the Khalsa.

5. The so-called prophesies belies t

he very message of Guru Nanak and Guruji never imposed his beliefs and message on anyone. What was true, he wrote down, as inspired by Waheguru. Those are the Shabads that we read in Gurbani today.

6. Finally, why do the prophesies seemingly stop at the Aurangzeb stage or Mughal Raj's fall? What of the rest of the attacks on Sikhi that followed the Khalsa Raj (Jallianwala Bagh Massacre, Partition of Punjab, Blood Vaisakhi of 1978, Attack on Harmandir Sahib in 1984 etc) ? Guruji's vision certainly would not be that limited.

These Saakhis are pure nonsense. Don't waste your energy on even thinking about them, they will mislead you. Don't bet your Sikhi on it, please. Follow and search the wisdom of Gurbani only, that is the Hukam of Guru Gobind Singh Ji - 'Sabh Sikhan ko Hukam Hai, Guru manyo Granth'.

GuruFatehJi.

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