- Apr 2013
- Dorset , UK
- Reject the Baha'u'llah as Manifestation of God , divine and return of Jesus
The Primal Point states in the Persian Bayan: “If He [whom God shall manifest] shall appear in the number of Ghiyath and all shall enter in, not one shall remain in the Fire. If He tarry until [the number of] Mustaghath, all shall enter in, not one shall remain in the Fire, but all shall be transformed into His light” (2:17). The numerical value of the word Ghiyath is 1511, and the numerical value of the word Mustaghath is 2001. These numbers refer to years on the Bayanic calendar, meaning that He can only appear after 1511 Bayanic years have elapsed. This is also confirmed by the fact that the Bayan presupposes that at least Persia will adopt Bayan as the state religion (see Persian Bayan 5:18; 5:19; 6:12; 7:3; 7:16. Arabic Bayan 9:3; 11:2); it is predicted Bayani sheikhs, imams, and judges, etc. will appear (see Persian Bayan 5:8). It is clear Bayan was meant to last a time similar to other dispensations such as that of Jesus, Moses, and Muhammad. It is clear he was not Baha.
It is clear from this evidence that, since Baha is not him, nor are the 14 other people who claimed to be him, and neither was he Subh-i-Azal, the Promised One of Bayan has yet to come, and the verses of the Bayan testify to this fact"
source - Who is the promised one of Babi Faith? Subh-i-Azal, Baha’u’llah or someone yet to come?
2. Interpret the Persian Bayan in own way in accordance with Bible - Old and New Testament
3. The Bab is seen as reformer of shi'a islam , but not infallible prophet
The features of Nazarite Bayanism