Court stamp on BKSWU early documents

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Court stamp on BKSWU early documents

Post by john » 22 Apr 2009

Disc.CD No.654, dated 17.10.08 at PV
Part-4
Baba: Does it have any stamp?
Student: Yes, it contains everything including the P.O Box No. of Karachi, etc.
Baba: Does it have the Court Stamp?
Student: It doesn’t have a Court Stamp.
Baba: Then we don’t accept it. This way anyone can write anything.
Student: It is a manuscript, written by hand.
Baba: Even if it is written by hand, anyone can write with his own hands. He can print it in any print (type). The Court Stamp is required. The scanned copy is required.
Student: It is available in the English version.
Baba: What?
Student: Some letters of the court are included in it.
Baba: You are talking of the same thing again.
Second Student: That is just an English translation.
Baba: It is different to have a Court letter. But we should receive the original scanned copy of court. Then the real thing will be known.
I believe the Divine Decrees do have a stamp. I am not sure who's stamp it is.
http://www.brahmakumaris.info/forum/down.php
They say the same things
Divine Father the Gita inventor Prajapati Brahma.
It is from 1943 and the name Brahma Kumaris is used.
So Shiva is not mentioned, but Dadi Lekhraj is called Brahma.
I think Virendra Dev Dixit is confused.
Baba(Virendra Dev Dixit): Yes, yes, they don’t know it at all. It has been mentioned in the Murli: “the name of my point is Shiv”. How can something that has been mentioned in the Murli of knowledge be told beforehand? Those people do not know at all, “The name of my point is Shiv , it never changes.” When the bodies change, the name also changes. When He entered in Brahma Dada Lekhraj, he was named as Brahma. Nobody called him Shiv. When He entered in Prajapita, he was named ShivBaba.
Though many do not understand the significance of research into the past. The documents are there for a reason it is part of the drama.

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Re: Court stamp on BKSWU early documents

Post by john » 23 Apr 2009

This PBK Q&A is in relation to the documents that are photocopied and uploaded onto the BK.info website.
I have been informed there is an official stamp, henceforth the document of the Divine Decree is genuine.
I believe there were 18 Divine Decrees.

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