The Meaning of Alif Lam Mim:
Up until the arrival of wisdom of Mahamati Prannath, the world
only knew of one Muhmammed, the great Muhammed, the Rasul of Allah
Now, here is the thing -
“Not only is there one great Muhammed of Allah,, there are two other great Muhammed(s) of Allah who were completely hidden by Allah’s will
until the final hour!”
Unbelievable, isn’t it? But believe it!
In total, there are 3 face(s) of Muhammed of Allah. They are:
Isa Ruh Allah
Imam Muhammed Mahdi
The first face of Muhammed is Rasul who revealed the Quran. The
second face of Muhammed is Isa Ruh Allah who brought the wisdom of
Lahut of Allah. And the third face of Muhammed is Imam Muhammed
Mahdi who brought down the revelations of the wisdom of Haqqiqat
(knowledge that acquaints you with the hidden meanings of the Quran)
and Marifaat (knowledge that acquaints you with the identity of
Allah), of Islam.
Alif Lam Mim consists of three different letters. Each letter i.e.
Alif, Lam and Mim represent three distinct Muhammad(s) of Allah.
Alif Lam Mim is therefore the name of 3 Muhammad(s) of Allah. They
(The 1st letter) Alif is the name of Rasul Muhammed - the first Muhammed.
(The 2nd letter) Lam is the name of Isa Ruh Allah, Devchandra Mehta - the second Muhammed.
(The 3rd letter) Finally, Mim is the name of Imam Muhammed Mahdi, Meher Raj Thakur - the final Muhammed himself!
Keep in mind that each Muhammed of Allah had arrived in this world,
with their specific task in hand. Firstly, Allah sent the Quran to
Alif. So, the primary task of Alif was to bring the Quran, which he did. Secondly, Allah gave the wisdom of his identity to
Lam. So, the primary task of Lam was to bring and spread the wisdom of Allah’s identity, which he did. And lastly, Allah gave his
full authority to Mim so that Mim could do judgment on his behalf. Therefore, Mim did the judgment of the Judgment Day at the
So, when Rasul Muhammed’s spirit and Isa Ruh Allah’s spirit
merged with Meher Raj Thakur’s spirit, the spiritual forces
combined to what became to be known as Alif Lam Mim.
Therefore, Alif + Lam + Mim = Mahamati Prannath