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lol another post on this matter in one day a open thread is not going to get u info.... u have to find the right singhs and ask.....time will tell...sorry bro but thse topics are better locked before crap talkers come on and others have to stay locked on here replying lol

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Sant ji is coming back, when he comes back is a question which is on a lot of peoples minds, but only a few know when and where. Sant Baba Thakur Singh ji Maharaj did not tell anyone. If Baba ji did, then only a few know, who have been given instuctions by Baba ji and they won't say if Baba ji told them not to tell anyone.

I have heard some stories of what will happen when Sant ji comes back, but I won't put them on the net because i don't know if Baba ji said them. The propaganda machine will just use them as fuel to burn their torch longer.

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