Who do Muslims really worship?

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Anything's possible. (I doubt anyone knows for sure. I know that is 100% sure that God exists, it is logically impossible that it is not so, because of the logic "everything has an origin", and the origin cannot be endless, so it ends at the first origin and there is a 0.00% chance that this source without any reason to produce all the necessary elements for life and the schemes for their development. Don't you think?
Also the reason can not be "out of need" (for example, theories such as Castaneda's for the Eagle, who creates the world of threads, for food. If there is such a thing, it cannot be a god. And there is a God and he cannot have needs that he has to satisfy. The castaneda's eagle obviously needs to feed in order to continue living... In the time which God created and is independent of it. Does it make any sense, in your opinion?)
Might be argue (and they do) about religions, which is the most accurate and which the first, but I don't see an adequate alternative explanation for a godless origin.
 
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Anything's possible. (I doubt anyone knows for sure. I know that is 100% sure that God exists, it is logically impossible that it is not so, because of the logic "everything has an origin", and the origin cannot be endless, so it ends at the first origin and there is a 0.00% chance that this source without any reason to produce all the necessary elements for life and the schemes for their development. Don't you think?
Also the reason can not be "out of need" (for example, theories such as Castaneda's for the Eagle, who creates the world of threads, for food. If there is such a thing, it cannot be a god. And there is a God and he cannot have needs that he has to satisfy. The castaneda's eagle obviously needs to feed in order to continue living... In the time which God created and is independent of it. Does it make any sense, in your opinion?)
Might be argue (and they do) about religions, which is the most accurate and which the first, but I don't see an adequate alternative explanation for a godless origin.
Throughout the years of my research into the stuff which i post about..I have always believed in a Creator/Architect.

and my latest finding that OLMEC = MECCA

3 ayn
1 ayn

= 4 ayn = D

= all seeing eye in a triangle or pyramid or dwayn/CID

The above has strengthened my Iman. :)
 

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Throughout the years of my research into the stuff which i post about..I have always believed in a Creator/Architect.

and my latest finding that OLMEC = MECCA

3 ayn
1 ayn

= 4 ayn = D

= all seeing eye in a triangle or pyramid or dwayn/CID

The above has strengthened my Iman. :)
I'll have to dive deeper into your research to understand things you've explored for years. Otherwise, without the necessary preparation, it looks like an encoded Masonic code. :D
 

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OLMEC = KFR/MECCA/EYE
you guys probably think i am making things up...

here are the workings out to prove i am right :)

o=3
l=3

3+3=6=F


m=4
e-5
c=3

5+4+3=12

12+6 =18 =R = AYN

C=K

there you go guys its really simple to work out, even someone like @Daze can work it out....:)
 
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Saudia = s = 1
Arabia = a = 1
mecca = m =1
medina = m =1
jeddah = j = 1
safa = s = 1
marwa = m = 1
tawaaf = t = 8
hajj = h = 8
umrah = u = 3
= 8874 = my DOB
 

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Evening of Thu, 31 Oct 2024 – Fri, 1 Nov 2024

Samhain, which begins at nightfall on October 31 and continues until sunset on November 1 every year, is considered one of the most important festivals of the ancient Celtic religion.

Samhain (/ˈsɑːwɪn/ SAH-win, /ˈsaʊɪn/ SOW-in, Irish: [ˈsˠəunʲ], Scottish Gaelic: [ˈs̪ãũ.ɪɲ]), Sauin (Manx: [ˈsoːɪnʲ]) or Oíche Shamhna (/ˈiːhə ˈhaʊnə/ EE-hə HOW-nə) is a Gaelic festival on 1 November marking the end of the harvest season and beginning of winter or "darker half" of the year.[1] It is also the Irish language name for November. Celebrations begin on the evening of 31 October, since the Celtic day began and ended at sunset.[1] This is about halfway between the autumnal equinox and winter solstice. It is one of the four Gaelic seasonal festivals along with Imbolc, Bealtaine, and Lughnasa. Historically it was widely observed throughout Ireland, Scotland, and the Isle of Man. A similar festival is held by the Brittonic Celtic people, called Calan Gaeaf in Wales.
 
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Evening of Thu, 31 Oct 2024 – Fri, 1 Nov 2024

Samhain, which begins at nightfall on October 31 and continues until sunset on November 1 every year, is considered one of the most important festivals of the ancient Celtic religion.

Samhain (/ˈsɑːwɪn/ SAH-win, /ˈsaʊɪn/ SOW-in, Irish: [ˈsˠəunʲ], Scottish Gaelic: [ˈs̪ãũ.ɪɲ]), Sauin (Manx: [ˈsoːɪnʲ]) or Oíche Shamhna (/ˈiːhə ˈhaʊnə/ EE-hə HOW-nə) is a Gaelic festival on 1 November marking the end of the harvest season and beginning of winter or "darker half" of the year.[1] It is also the Irish language name for November. Celebrations begin on the evening of 31 October, since the Celtic day began and ended at sunset.[1] This is about halfway between the autumnal equinox and winter solstice. It is one of the four Gaelic seasonal festivals along with Imbolc, Bealtaine, and Lughnasa. Historically it was widely observed throughout Ireland, Scotland, and the Isle of Man. A similar festival is held by the Brittonic Celtic people, called Calan Gaeaf in Wales.
AKA

HALLOWEEN
 

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There isn't a direct equivalent of the stereotypical witch in Islam, but the concept of witchcraft itself is present. Here's a breakdown:

  • Witchcraft and Magic: The Quran and hadiths (sayings of Prophet Muhammad) mention sorcery and magic. There's a story about the Prophet being affected by magic, but ultimately cured by God's power [Islam and magic]. Islamic scholars differentiate between good (miracles from God) and evil magic (black magic).
  • Jinn: Islam acknowledges the existence of jinn, supernatural beings separate from angels and humans. Some folktales depict jinn interacting with humans, but these aren't necessarily witches in the traditional sense.
  • An obscure figure: There's a lesser-known legend about a figure named Anāq bt. Ādam, considered the first witch by some. However, details about her are scarce.

Overall, Islam discourages practices associated with witchcraft as they might involve associating power with entities other than God.
 
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