The 13th Bahai Principle

The Baha’i Administration never fails to propagate about their plagiarized 12 principles, which are never practiced by the Baha’is. The only principle which the Baha’i administration and the Baha’is practice very religiously and effectively is the 13th unwritten principle of the Baha’i Faith and that is the use of Baha’i women in attraction of potential converts to the Faith.

Can you believe a persian Baha’i lady (even if she is obese) would marry a colored man if he is poor ?

A longtime Baha’i Mr. Dale Husband says:

“I got sick of seeing how women are conditioned to flirt with any possible potential convert around. For the Baha’i administration, most worthy of women values are their bodies – which are conditioned to attract new followers to Baha’i faith”.

The Baha’i Moral classes are arranged so that the Baha’i teacher can use their charm to attract non Baha’is. We can see the innumerable number of Baha’i love stories doing rounds on the Net (bahai-scandals.blogspot.com/) where such love affairs with Baha’i teachers are descripted. The case of Sama Sabet (http://smartbahai.wordpress.com/) and Dilavara Mihrshahi (http://panchgani-bahais.blogspot.co.uk/2016/03/new-era-high-school-panchgani-centre-of.html) is not new to the Faith. The Baha’i women are programmed to trap wealthy, influential, capable non-Baha’is to the Faith. This is the prevalent culture worldwide and Baha’i Administration doesn’t think it bad. In fact Baha’i women successful in implementing this 13th unwritten principle are awarded by rise in the Administration.

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What World Unity? Bahais Should First Unite Their Own!

An undated press release serves as an advertizing of sorts for Joel B. Marangella who is“recognized by the Orthodox Baha’i Faith as the third guardian of the Baha’i Faith, the authorized interpreter of the Faith’s writings and, as guardian, according to ‘Abdu’l-Baha’s Will and Testament, to be the sacred head for life of the Universal House of Justice when it comes into being in its proper form.”[1] From its very inception the Baha’ism has suffered from sects, denominations, isms, schisms and offshoots of various sorts. The Baha’i Faith developed as an offshoot of the Babi Faith, which developed as an offshoot of Shaykhism, which developed as an offshoot of  Ithna-‘Ashariyyih , whichdeveloped as an offshoot of Sufism, which developed as an offshoot of Shi’ite , which developed as a denomination of   Islam.

Baha’i rift: Baha’is upset with Orthodox Baha’i Faith

Just one more article which I found on the Internet which highlights the splinters within the Bahai Faith. Splinters are ok, the only problem is that the Bahai Faith claims to unite all religions. Why make his claim when one is not able to even unite their own! Read on…

Mainstream group doesn’t want the name Baha’i by any other group
May 18, 2009

By Manya A. Brachear, Tribune reporter

Every religion has been riven by struggles over authority and authenticity.

Buddhism began when a maverick Hindu prince inspired disciples to embrace asceticism. Judaism has sprouted branches from ultra-orthodox to ultra-liberal, even Jews for Jesus. Christianity went through numerous profound splits, including the Protestant Reformation sparked in the 16th Century by Martin Luther in Germany and the 19th Century Mormon movement led by Joseph Smith in the U.S.

Now the Baha’i Faith, the organization representing the most recent sect to spring from Islam, is struggling to defend its identity in federal court in Chicago, where North American Baha’is have been based ever since believers came to the U.S. about 90 years ago. They contend that a tiny band of believers known as the Orthodox Baha’i Faith can’t call themselves Baha’i or use one of its key symbols without violating trademark law or a previous court ruling more than 40 years ago.

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Caste System in Baha’i Faith

Caste System in Bahai Faith

Caste System in Bahai Faith

Currently, the Baha’is think of humanity as being divided into a few official groups or castes. I have organized them in a list from “best” to “worst” based on how many rights they would have in a future Baha’i world order:

1. Baha’i in good standing

2. Baha’i with administrative rights removed

3. non-Baha’i

4. Covenant-breaker

If you include more subtle gradations, which may possibly acquire a greater degree of official status in the future, the list would look like this…

1. Baha’i in good standing, active

2. Baha’i in good standing, inactive

3. Baha’i with some administrative rights removed

4. Baha’i with all administrative rights removed (Feast attendance, voting, eligibility for election, contribution to Funds, contribution to Huququ’llah, plus anything I’m forgetting to mention)

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Who created the sects in Bahai Faith?

Here is a letter published by the Orthodox Bahai Council of India which claims to be the true representative of Bahaullah and trashes the majority Bahai sect. Are the Bahais blind that they cannot see all of this and yet they claim to be the ones who will bring unity in this world? What a joke! Instead of trying to bring unity in this world, why don’t the Bahais try to bring unity about the 16 or 18 sects of the Bahai Faith? That could as well be the best thing the Bahais would have achieved!

–Letter starts here–

Dr. A. Parikh
Secretary of the National (Orthodox) Bahai Council of India

My Dear Bahá’í Friends!

Some of the friends enquire as to why the Divine Cause (Bahá’í Faith) has become divided into different sects?  What are the factors behind it?   Who is responsible for this division?

It is well understood why such questions should come to mind.  But it is sad that there is no discussion on such questions nor do we investigate the answers to such questions. While ‘Abdu’l-Bahá insisted that:

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