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In official Islam - and this cannot be overemphasized -- the existence of the Jinn's has always been completely accepted,

even legally, and even to this day, in Islamic jurisprudence. The full consequences implied by their existence were worked out long ago. Their legal status, in all respects, was discussed and fixed, and the possible relations between them and mankind -- especially in relation to questions of marriage and property! - were seriously examined by jurists, as the greatest and most authoritative Western source, the Encyclopedia of Islam, confirms.


In the normal state they are not visible to ordinary human sight. They can change shape, and appear in any sort of guise, large or small.



They are able also to appear in the guise of animals.

They are inveterate liars and deceivers, and delight in bamboozling and misleading mankind with all manner of nonsense. (See the average Spiritualist sance for examples of their activities, and also the usual "communications" from UFO entities in close-encounter cases.)



They are addicted to the abduction or kidnapping of humans. (The Scotsman Robert Kirk, who wrote "The Secret Commonwealth" in 1691, evidently "knew more than was good for his health," and was killed by them.)
They delight in tempting humans into sexual intercourse and liaisons with them, and Arabic literature abounds with accounts of this kind of contact by mankind with both the "goodies" and the "baddies" among the Jinn's. There are also even a considerable number of accounts of encounters between the "goodies" and famous Muslim saints. They are, however, capable of materializing and appearing in the physical world. And they can alternately make themselves visible or invisible at will



In the Vedic literature of India, there are many descriptions of flying machines that are generally called Vimanas. India's national epic, The Mahabharata, is a poem of vast length and complexity. There are no physical remains of ancient Indian aircraft technology but references to ancient flying machines are commonplace in the ancient Indian texts. Several popular ancient epics describe their use in warfare. Depending on one's point of view, either it contains some of the earliest known science fiction, or it records conflict between beings with weapons as powerful and advanced as anything used today.

He alone sees truly who sees the Lord the same in every creature...seeing the same Lord everywhere, he does not harm himself or others.
It is better to perform one's own duties imperfectly than to master the duties of another. By fulfilling the obligations he is born with, a person never comes to grief. No one should abandon duties because he sees defects in them. Every action, every activity, is surrounded by defects as a fire is surrounded by smoke.

When you strip without being ashamed, and you take your clothes and put them under your feet like children and trample them, then you will see the son of the living one and you will not be afraid You cannot serve God and materialism. ...For what is highly esteemed by humanity is an abomination in the sight of God.

Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God

Do you love your creator Love your fellow-beings first God enjoins you to treat women well, for they are your mothers, daughters, aunts Feed the hungry and visit a sick person, and free the captive, if he be unjustly confined. Assist any person oppressed, whether Muslim or non-Muslim

The greatest mistake of a soul is non-recognition of its real self and can only be corrected by recognizing itself. There is no separate existence of God. Everybody can attain God-hood by making supreme efforts in the right direction. Have compassion towards all living beings. Hatred leads destruction.

God is one, but he has innumerable forms. He is the creator of all and He himself takes the human form. Even Kings and emperors with heaps of wealth and vast dominion cannot compare with an ant filled with the love of God. Let no man in the world live in delusion. Without a Guru none can cross over to the other shore.