Not my god

n 1876, a semi-literate, stammering lad from downtown Surat was said to have been persuaded to join a caravan of spiritually advanced Masters in Peshawar who reportedly appeared from nowhere. According to legend, he stayed with them in an invisible, all-vegetarian township near Mount Damavand in Iran for three years where he imbibed occult knowledge about Zoroastrianism. He remained silent for 30 years until 1910 when he started to deliver numerous lectures and penned treatises revealing esoteric knowledge called Ilm-e-Khshnoom (IeK) which he was said to have had acquired from the hidden Masters. Behramsha Naoroji Shroff thus emerged as leader......

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