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The Meccan Revelations (Contents)

 
   
 

Contents of the Meccan Revelations by the Greatest Master Muhyiedin Ibn Arabi, traslation and commentary by Mohamed Haj Yousef

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COMPLETE CONTENTS of The Meccan Revelations

1.

The First Section: On (the divisions of) Knowledge

1 Chapter One: On knowing the spirit that I took from the details of his inception what I have written in this book and the secrets that happened between me and him.
2 Chapter Two: On knowing the domiciles of (the Arabic alphabet) characters and diacritics in the world and the Beautiful Names concerned with that, knowing the words that may imply comparability (between Allah and the creation) and knowing: the knowledge, the knower and the known.
3 Chapter Three: On deeming the Real far above the words that described Him in His Book (the Qurãn) or on the tongue of His Messenger, peace be upon him, which may indicate comparability and embodiment.
4 Chapter Four: On the reason of the beginning of the world and its origin and the domiciles of the Beautiful Names in the world.
5 Chapter Five: On knowing the secrets of ﴾In the name of Allah the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful﴿ from one aspect and not from all its aspects.
6 Chapter Six: On knowing the beginning of spiritual creation, who is the first existent in it, of what it existed, in what it existed, on what model it existed, why it existed and what is its purpose, and knowing the orbs of the macro and micro worlds.
7 Chapter Seven: On knowing the beginning of human bodies, that is the last existent in the macro world.
8 Chapter Eight: On knowing the earth that was created from the remnant of the yeast of the soil of Adam, may peace be upon him, and the wonders and strange things therein, and it is called the Earth of Reality.
9 Chapter Nine: On knowing the existence of flaming fiery spirits.
10 Chapter Ten: On knowing the cycle of the dominion and the first separated in it from the first existent, and the last separated in it from the last separated of that (first existent), in what was filled the place that they separated from it, Allah's paving this kingdom until came its king, and the rank of the world between Jesus peace be upon him and Muhammad may Allah's mercy and peace be upon him.
11 Chapter Eleven: On knowing our higher fathers and lower mothers.
12 Chapter Twelve: On knowing the cycle of the master of the world Mohammad may Allah's mercy and peace be upon him, and that time in his era had returned back to its shape when Allah the Exalted had created it.
13 Chapter Thirteen: On knowing the bearers of the Throne who are: Raphael, Adam, Michael, Abraham, Gabriel, Muhammad, Ridwân and Mâlik, may peace be upon them.
14 Chapter Fourteen: On knowing the secrets of the prophets of guardians, the Poles of previous nations from Adam to Muhammad may peace be upon both, that the Pole is one who did not die since Allah created him and where is his residence.
15 Chapter Fifteen: On knowing the breaths and knowing their Poles that are realized in them and their (/these Poles) secrets.
16 Chapter Sixteen: On knowing the lower abodes, the cosmic sciences and the principle of knowing the Real the Almighty from them, knowing the (four) Pillars and the seven persons who are the Substitutes and those who sponsor them amongst the higher spirits, and the arrangement of their (/the lower abodes') orbs.
17 Chapter Seventeen: On knowing the transformation of the cosmic sciences and summaries of some original sourcing divine sciences.
18 Chapter Eighteen: On knowing the science of the arousing (mutahajjidîn), the issues related to it, its class in the domiciles of sciences and the sciences that appear from it in the cosmic existence.
19 Chapter Nineteen: On the cause of diminishing and growing of the sciences and His saying, the Exalted: ﴾say: my Lord increase me in knowledge﴿ [00:00] and the saying of (the Prophet), peace be upon him, that Allah never takes out science by pulling it out from the chests (/hearts) of scientists, but He takes it out by taking scientists (themselves, as was narrated in the) hadith.
20 Chapter Completing Twenty: On knowing the Isawi science, from where it came from, where it ends, its manner and does it relate to the length of the world, to its width or to both.
21 Chapter Twenty One: On knowing three cosmic sciences and their interference with one another.
22 Chapter Twenty Two: On knowing the science of the abode and the abodes and the arrangement of all cosmic sciences.
23 Chapter Twenty Three: On knowing the protected Poles and the secrets the abodes of their protection.
24 Chapter Twenty Four: On some knowledge that resulted from the cosmic sciences, what it includes of wonders, who attained it from the world and the domicile of their Poles, the secrets of the interference between two laws, and the hearts in passion with breaths, their origins and the count of their abodes.
25 Chapter Twenty Five: On knowing a particular long-living Pillar, the secrets of the Poles specialized in four kinds of the world, the secret of the abode and the abodes and who entered it from the world.
26 Chapter Twenty Six: On knowing the Poles of symbols and some signs of their secrets and sciences.
27 Chapter Twenty Seven: On knowing the Poles of “Join! I intended joining you”, which is from the abodes of the luminous world, and their (/those Poles) secrets.
28 Chapter Twenty Eight: On knowing the Poles of “Have you not seen how”.
29 Chapter Twenty Nine: On knowing the secret of Salmân al-Fârisî (/the Persian) who (/the Prophet Muhammad may Allah's peace and mercy be upon him) annexed him into the family (of the Prophet), the Poles who inherited him and knowing their secrets.
30 Chapter Thirty: On knowing the first and the second stratum of the Riding Poles.
31 Chapter Thirty One: On knowing the principles of the Riders.
32 Chapter Thirty Two: On knowing the managing Poles of the second Riding troupe.
33 Chapter Thirty Three: On knowing the intentional Poles, their secrets and the manner of their principles.
34 Chapter Thirty Four: On knowing a person who had realized the abode of breaths and witnessed in it some secrets I mention.
35 Chapter Thirty Five: On knowing this person who is realized in the abode of breaths and his secrets after his death.
36 Chapter Thirty Six: On knowing the Isawis, their Poles and their principles.
37 Chapter Thirty Seven: On knowing the Isawi Poles and their secrets.
38 Chapter Thirty Eight: On knowing the Poles who overlooked at the Mohammedan domicile but did not attain it.
39 Chapter Thirty Nine: On knowing the abode to which the guardian declines when the Real expels him, may Allah cure us and you, the wonders and divine sciences related to this abode, and knowing the secrets of the Poles of this abode.
40 Chapter Forty: On knowing an abode close to a partial science of the cosmic sciences, its arrangement, its wonders and its Poles.
41 Chapter Forty One: On knowing the people of the night, their different strata, their differing domiciles and the secrets of their Poles.
42 Chapter Forty Two: On knowing youth and the young and their abodes and strata and the secrets of their Poles.
43 Chapter Forty Three: On knowing a group of the saintly Poles and this domicile in general.
44 Chapter Forty Four: On knowing the clowns and their leaders in clowning.
45 Chapter Forty Five: On knowing who returned back after he had arrived, and who made him returns back.
46 Chapter Forty Six: On knowing the diminutive science and who attained it of the righteous.
47 Chapter Forty Seven: On knowing the secrets and the description of the lower abodes and their domiciles, how the knower is relieved when he mentions his beginning so he yearns for it despite his lofty domicile, and what is the secret that is manifested to him which calls him to do that.
48 Chapter Forty Eight: On knowing “but it was like this for that”.
49 Chapter Forty Nine: On knowing “I find the breath of the Merciful from the side of Yemen”, and knowing this abode and its men.
50 Chapter Fifty: On knowing the men of perplexity and helplessness.
51 Chapter Fifty One: On knowing some men of the saintly people who had realized the abode of the breath of the Merciful.
52 Chapter Fifty Two: On knowing the reason why the discloser runs away from the presence of the unseen to the presence of the seen.
53 Chapter Fifty Three: On knowing the functions the seeker (should) do prior to the existence of Sheikh.
54 Chapter Fifty Four: On knowing the signals.
55 Chapter Fifty Five: On knowing the diabolical thoughts.
56 Chapter Fifty Six: On knowing extrapolation, its validity and its invalidity.
57 Chapter Fifty Seven: On knowing collecting the science of inspiration by one type of the types of inference, and knowing the soul.
58 Chapter Fifty Eight: On knowing the secrets of the inspirational people of inference, and knowing a divine science which scattered and dispersed the thoughts when it emanated on the heart.
59 Chapter Fifty Nine: On knowing the existential and the estimated time.
60 Chapter Sixty: On knowing the elements and the influence of the higher world on the lower world, in what cycle of the cycles of the circumferential orb was the existence of this human world and what spirituality is looking after us.
61 Chapter Sixty One: On knowing Gehenna and the most of creatures punished in it, and knowing some of the higher world.
62 Chapter Sixty Two: On knowing the levels of the Fire.
63 Chapter Sixty Three: On knowing the people's stay in the isthmus between the Lower and the Renaissance.
64 Chapter Sixty Four: On knowing the Resurrection and its abodes, and the manner of renaissance.
65 Chapter Sixty Five: On knowing the Paradise and its abodes and degrees and what relates to this section.
66 Chapter Sixty Six: On knowing the secret of the Law, manifest and hidden, and what Name found it.
67 Chapter Sixty Seven: On knowing “there is no god but Allah, Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah”.
68 Chapter Sixty Eight: On knowing the secrets of Chastity.
69 Chapter Sixty Nine: On knowing the secrets of Prayer.
70 Chapter Seventy: On knowing the secrets of Charity.
71 Chapter Seventy One: On knowing the secrets of Fasting.
72 Chapter Seventy Two: On knowing the secrets of Pilgrimage, knowing its ascetics, the signs of His glorified House and what the Real made me witness, during my circumambulation around the House, of the secrets of circumambulation.
73 Chapter Seventy Three: On knowing the number of secrets that appear to the viewer at the interview and the deviation, and how much does he deviate from the interview.
   
 
 
2.

The Second Section: On the Interactions

74 Chapter Seventy Four: On repentance.
75 Chapter Seventy Five: On leaving repentance.
76 Chapter Seventy Six: On striving.
77 Chapter Seventy Seven: On leaving striving.
78 Chapter Seventy Eight: On retreat.
79 Chapter Seventy Nine: On leaving retreat.
80 Chapter Seventy: On isolation.
81 Chapter Eighty One: On leaving isolation.
82 Chapter Eighty Two: On escaping.
83 Chapter Eighty Three: On leaving escaping.
84 Chapter Eighty Four: On the bewaring Allah.
85 Chapter Eighty Five: On the bewaring the veil and the shield.
86 Chapter Eighty Six: On the bewaring the Lower limits.
87 Chapter Eighty Seven: On the bewaring the Fire.
88 Chapter Eighty Eight: On knowing the secrets of the regulations of the principles of the Law.
89 Chapter Eighty Nine: On knowing Electives in general.
90 Chapter Ninety: On knowing the secrets of Impositions and Norms.
91 Chapter Ninety One: On knowing saint and its secrets.
92 Chapter Ninety Two: On knowing the domicile of leaving saint.
93 Chapter Ninety Three: On knowing asceticism and its secrets.
94 Chapter Ninety Four: On knowing the domicile of leaving asceticism.
95 Chapter Ninety Five: On knowing the secrets of munificence, generosity, open-handedness and altruism in famine and without famine, with requesting reward and with leaving it.
96 Chapter Ninety Six: On knowing silence and its secrets.
97 Chapter Ninety Seven: On knowing the domicile of speaking and its secrets.
98 Chapter Ninety Eight: On knowing the domicile of vigilance and its secrets.
99 Chapter Ninety Nine: On knowing the domicile of sleep and its secrets.
100 Chapter Completing One Hundred: On knowing the domicile of fear and its secrets.
101 Chapter One Hundred and One: On knowing the domicile of leaving fear and its secrets.
102 Chapter One Hundred and Two: On knowing the domicile of hope and its secrets.
103 Chapter One Hundred and Three: On knowing the domicile of leaving hope and its secrets.
104 Chapter One Hundred and Four: On knowing the domicile of grief and its secrets.
105 Chapter One Hundred and Five: On knowing the domicile of leaving grief and its cause.
106 Chapter One Hundred and Six: On knowing the domicile of hunger and its secrets.
107 Chapter One Hundred and Seven: On knowing the domicile of leaving hunger and its cause.
108 Chapter One Hundred and Eight: On knowing seduction and lust, accompanying youngsters and women and taking them as friends, and when the seeker may take friends.
109 Chapter One Hundred and Nine: On knowing the difference between lust and will, between our lust in the Lower and our lust in the Hereafter, the difference between pleasure and lust, and knowing the domicile of those who are lusting and lusted, not lusting and not lusted, lusting and not lusted, not lusting and lusted.
110 Chapter One Hundred and Ten: On knowing the domicile of the secrets of reverence and submission.
111 Chapter One Hundred and Eleven: On knowing the domicile of leaving reverence and submission and its secrets.
112 Chapter One Hundred and Twelve: On knowing breaching the self and its secrets.
113 Chapter One Hundred and Thirteen: On knowing the domicile of helping the self in its purposes, and its secrets.
114 Chapter One Hundred and Fourteen: On knowing the domicile of greed and envy and what is praised and dispraised of them.
115 Chapter One Hundred and Fifteen: On knowing the domicile of issuance and what is praised and dispraised of it.
116 Chapter One Hundred and Sixteen: On knowing the domicile of contentment and its secrets.
117 Chapter One Hundred and Seventeen: On knowing the domicile of gluttony and diligence.
118 Chapter One Hundred and Eighteen: On knowing the domicile of reliance and its secrets.
119 Chapter One Hundred and Nineteen: On knowing the domicile leaving reliance.
120 Chapter Completing One Hundred and Twenty: On knowing the domicile of thanking and its secrets.
121 Chapter One Hundred and Twenty One: On knowing the domicile of leaving thanking and its secrets.
122 Chapter One Hundred and Twenty Two: On knowing the domicile of certainty and its secrets.
123 Chapter One Hundred and Twenty Three: On knowing the domicile of leaving certainty and its secrets.
124 Chapter One Hundred and Twenty Four: On knowing the domicile of patience and its details and secrets.
125 Chapter One Hundred and Twenty Five: On knowing the domicile of leaving patience and its secrets.
126 Chapter One Hundred and Twenty Six: On watching and its secrets.
127 Chapter One Hundred and Twenty Seven: On leaving watching and its domicile and secrets.
128 Chapter One Hundred and Twenty Eight: On contentment and its secrets.
129 Chapter One Hundred and Twenty Nine: On leaving contentment and its secrets.
130 Chapter One Hundred and Thirty: On slavery and its secrets.
131 Chapter One Hundred and Thirty One: On leaving slavery and its secrets.
132 Chapter One Hundred and Thirty Two: On knowing the domicile of probity and its secrets.
133 Chapter One Hundred and Thirty Three: On knowing leaving probity and its secrets.
134 Chapter One Hundred and Thirty Four: On knowing the domicile of sincerity and its secrets.
135 Chapter One Hundred and Thirty Five: On knowing the domicile leaving sincerity and its secrets.
136 Chapter One Hundred and Thirty Six: On knowing the domicile of trueness and its secrets.
137 Chapter One Hundred and Thirty Seven: On knowing the domicile leaving trueness and its secrets.
138 Chapter One Hundred and Thirty Eight: On knowing the domicile of diffidence and its secrets.
139 Chapter One Hundred and Thirty Nine: On knowing the domicile of leaving diffidence and its secrets.
140 Chapter One Hundred and Forty: On knowing the domicile of freedom and know its secrets.
141 Chapter One Hundred and Forty One: On knowing the domicile of leaving freedom and its secrets.
142 Chapter One Hundred and Forty Two: On knowing the domicile of remembrance and its secrets.
143 Chapter One Hundred and Forty Three: On knowing the domicile of leaving remembrance and its secrets.
144 Chapter One Hundred and Forty Four: On knowing the domicile of contemplation and its secrets.
145 Chapter One Hundred and Forty Five: On knowing the domicile of leaving contemplation and its secrets.
146 Chapter One Hundred and Forty Six: On knowing the domicile of youth and its secrets.
147 Chapter One Hundred and Forty Seven: On knowing the domicile of leaving youth and its secrets.
148 Chapter One Hundred and Forty Eight: On knowing the domicile of phrenology and its secrets.
149 Chapter One Hundred and Forty Nine: On knowing the domicile of ethic and its secrets.
150 Chapter One Hundred and Fifty: On knowing the domicile of jealousy and its secrets.
151 Chapter One Hundred and Fifty One: On knowing the domicile of leaving jealousy and its secrets.
152 Chapter One Hundred and Fifty Two: On the domicile of guardianship (wilâya) and its secrets.
153 Chapter One Hundred and Fifty Three: On knowing the domicile of the human guardianship and its secrets which include the divine guardianship.
154 Chapter One Hundred and Fifty Four: On knowing the domicile of the angelic guardianship and its secrets.
155 Chapter One Hundred and Fifty Five: On knowing the domicile of prophecy and its secrets.
156 Chapter One Hundred and Fifty Six: On knowing the domicile of the human prophecy and its secrets.
157 Chapter One Hundred and Fifty Seven: On knowing the domicile of the angelic prophecy and its secrets.
158 Chapter One Hundred and Fifty Eight: On knowing the domicile of the message and its secrets.
159 Chapter One Hundred and Fifty Nine: On knowing the domicile of the human message and its secrets.
160 Chapter One Hundred and Sixty: On knowing the domicile of the angelic message.
161 Chapter One Hundred and Sixty One: On knowing the domicile which is between prophecy and honesty.
162 Chapter One Hundred and Sixty Two: On knowing the domicile of poverty and its secrets.
163 Chapter One Hundred and Sixty Three: On knowing the domicile of wealth and its secrets.
164 Chapter One Hundred and Sixty Four: On knowing the domicile of sophism and its secrets.
165 Chapter One Hundred and Sixty Five: On knowing the domicile of realizing (taħqîq) and the realizing (muħaqqiqîn).
166 Chapter One Hundred and Sixty Six: On knowing the domicile of wisdom and the wise.
167 Chapter One Hundred and Sixty Seven: On knowing the domicile of the happiness chemistry and its secrets.
168 Chapter One Hundred and Sixty Eight: On knowing the domicile of discipline and its secrets.
169 Chapter One Hundred and Sixty Nine: On knowing the domicile of leaving discipline and its secrets.
170 Chapter One Hundred and Seventy: On knowing the domicile of companionship and its secrets.
171 Chapter One Hundred and Seventy One: On knowing the domicile of leaving companionship and its secrets.
172 Chapter One Hundred and Seventy Two: On knowing the domicile of atheism and its secrets.
173 Chapter One Hundred and Seventy Three: On knowing the domicile of dualism, which is polytheism, and its secrets.
174 Chapter One Hundred and Seventy Four: On knowing the domicile of travel, which is the tourism, and its secrets.
175 Chapter One Hundred and Seventy Five: On knowing the domicile of leaving travel and its secrets.
176 Chapter One Hundred and Seventy Six: On knowing the states of the folk (of the knowing/realizing/Sufis) at dying depending on their domiciles.
177 Chapter One Hundred and Seventy Seven: On knowing the domicile of knowledge with the disparity over it between the Sufis and the realizing.
178 Chapter One Hundred and Seventy Eight: On knowing the domicile of love and its secrets.
179 Chapter One Hundred and Seventy Nine: On knowing the domicile of comradeship and its secrets.
180 Chapter One Hundred and Eighty: On knowing the domicile of the longing and eagerness and their secrets.
181 Chapter One Hundred and Eighty One: On knowing the domicile of respecting Sheikhs and preserving their hearts.
182 Chapter One Hundred and Eighty Two: On knowing the domicile of listening and its secrets.
183 Chapter One Hundred and Eighty Three: On knowing the domicile of leaving listening and its secrets.
184 Chapter One Hundred and Eighty Four: On knowing the domicile of dignities.
185 Chapter One Hundred and Eighty Five: On knowing the domicile of leaving dignities.
186 Chapter One Hundred and Eighty Six: On knowing the domicile of breaching the habits.
187 Chapter One Hundred and Eighty Seven: On knowing the domicile of the miracle and how this miraculous act is a dignity for the one who had it as a miracle, because of the difference in states.
188 Chapter One Hundred and Eighty Eight: On knowing the domicile of vision, which is foreshadows.
189 Chapter One Hundred and Eighty Nine: On knowing the image of the seeker.
   
 
 
3.

The Third Section: On the States

190 Chapter One Hundred and Ninety: On knowing the traveller and his states.
191 Chapter One Hundred and Ninety One: On knowing travel and the road.
192 Chapter One Hundred and Ninety Two: On knowing the state and its secrets and men.
193 Chapter One Hundred and Ninety Three: On knowing the domicile and its secrets.
194 Chapter One Hundred and Ninety Four: On knowing place and its secrets.
195 Chapter One Hundred and Ninety Five: On knowing pride (shateħ) and its secrets.
196 Chapter One Hundred and Ninety Six: On knowing the domicile of omens and its secrets.
197 Chapter One Hundred and Ninety Seven: On knowing the going and its secrets.
198 Chapter One Hundred and Ninety Eight: On knowing the breath and its secrets.
199 Chapter One Hundred and Ninety Nine: On knowing the secret and its secrets.
200 Chapter Completing Two Hundred: On knowing connection and its secrets.
201 Chapter Two Hundred and One: On knowing disconnection and its secrets.
202 Chapter Two Hundred and Two: On knowing discipline and its secrets.
203 Chapter Two Hundred and Three: On knowing exercising and its secrets.
204 Chapter Two Hundred and Four: On knowing adorning and its secrets.
205 Chapter Two Hundred and Five: On knowing abandoning and its secrets.
206 Chapter Two Hundred and Six: On knowing manifestation and its secrets.
207 Chapter Two Hundred and Seven: On knowing illness and its secrets.
208 Chapter Two Hundred and Eight: On knowing nuisance and its secrets.
209 Chapter Two Hundred and Nine: On knowing witnessing and its secrets.
210 Chapter Two Hundred and Ten: On knowing disclosure its secrets.
211 Chapter Two Hundred and Eleven: On knowing appearing and its secrets.
212 Chapter Two Hundred and Twelve: On knowing indecision and its secrets.
213 Chapter Two Hundred and Thirteen: On knowing jealousy and its secrets.
214 Chapter Two Hundred and Fourteen: On knowing perplexity and its secrets.
215 Chapter Two Hundred and Fifteen: On knowing the subtle and its secrets.
216 Chapter Two Hundred and Sixteen: On knowing Revelation and its secrets.
217 Chapter Two Hundred and Seventeen: On knowing marking and painting and their secrets.
218 Chapter Two Hundred and Eighteen: On knowing contraction and its secrets.
219 Chapter Two Hundred and Nineteen: On knowing relaxation and its secrets.
220 Chapter Completing Two Hundred and Twenty: On knowing annihilation and its secrets.
221 Chapter Two Hundred and Twenty One: On knowing endurance and its secrets.
222 Chapter Two Hundred and Twenty Two: On knowing gathering and its secrets.
223 Chapter Two Hundred and Twenty Three: On knowing separation and its secrets.
224 Chapter Two Hundred and Twenty Four: On knowing the entity of arbitration and its secrets.
225 Chapter Two Hundred and Twenty Five: On knowing extras and their secrets.
226 Chapter Two Hundred and Twenty Six: On knowing will and its secrets.
227 Chapter Two Hundred and Twenty Seven: On knowing the state of the wanted (/sought) and his secret.
228 Chapter Two Hundred and Twenty Eight: On knowing the wanting (/seeker) and his secrets.
229 Chapter Two Hundred and Twenty Nine: On knowing aspiration and its secrets.
230 Chapter Two Hundred and Thirty: On knowing alienation and its secrets.
231 Chapter Two Hundred and Thirty One: On knowing deception and its secrets.
232 Chapter Two Hundred and Thirty Two: On knowing deracination and its secrets.
233 Chapter Two Hundred and Thirty Three: On knowing tendency and its secrets.
234 Chapter Two Hundred and Thirty Four: On knowing consternation and its secrets.
235 Chapter Two Hundred and Thirty Five: On knowing pretending ecstasy and its secrets.
236 Chapter Two Hundred and Thirty Six: On knowing ecstasy and its secrets.
237 Chapter Two Hundred and Thirty Seven: On knowing existence.
238 Chapter Two Hundred and Thirty Eight: On knowing the moment and its secrets.
239 Chapter Two Hundred and Thirty Nine: On knowing reverence and its secrets.
240 Chapter Two Hundred and Forty: On knowing amiability and its secrets.
241 Chapter Two Hundred and Forty One: On knowing majesty and its secrets.
242 Chapter Two Hundred and Forty Two: On knowing beauty and its secrets.
243 Chapter Two Hundred and Forty Three: On knowing perfection, which is moderation, and it is also the Crest or the Iron Fence, which is divesting Him of the rule of descriptions.
244 Chapter Two Hundred and Forty Four: On knowing absence and its secrets.
245 Chapter Two Hundred and Forty Five: On knowing presence and its secrets.
246 Chapter Two Hundred and Forty Six: On knowing thanking and its secrets.
247 Chapter Two Hundred and Forty Seven: On knowing waking and its secrets.
248 Chapter Two Hundred and Forty Eight: On knowing taste and its secrets.
249 Chapter Two Hundred and Forty Nine: On knowing drinking and its secrets.
250 Chapter Two Hundred and Fifty: On knowing irrigation and its secrets.
251 Chapter Two Hundred and Fifty One: On knowing non-irrigation, to the one who drinks, and its secrets.
252 Chapter Two Hundred and Fifty Two: On knowing erasure and its secrets.
253 Chapter Two Hundred and Fifty Three: On knowing evidence and its secrets.
254 Chapter Two Hundred and Fifty Four: On knowing shielding and its secrets.
255 Chapter Two Hundred and Fifty Five: On knowing extermination and the extermination-of-extermination.
256 Chapter Two Hundred and Fifty Six: On knowing fullness and its secrets.
257 Chapter Two Hundred and Fifty Seven: On knowing presentation and its secrets.
258 Chapter Two Hundred and Fifty Eight: On knowing the luminescent and their secrets.
259 Chapter Two Hundred and Fifty Nine: On knowing the attack and the sudden and their secrets.
260 Chapter Two Hundred and Sixty: On knowing proximity and its secrets.
261 Chapter Two Hundred and Sixty One: On knowing distance and its secrets.
262 Chapter Two Hundred and Sixty Two: On knowing the Law.
263 Chapter Two Hundred and Sixty Three: On knowing the Truth.
264 Chapter Two Hundred and Sixty Four: On knowing thoughts.
265 Chapter Two Hundred and Sixty Five: The knowing the incoming.
266 Chapter Two Hundred and Sixty Six: On knowing the witness.
267 Chapter Two Hundred and Sixty Seven: On knowing the soul.
268 Chapter Two Hundred and Sixty Eight: On knowing the spirit.
269 Chapter Two Hundred and Sixty Nine: On knowing the science of certainty, the entity of certainty and the real certainty.
   
 
 
4.

The Fourth Section: On the Abodes

270 Chapter Two Hundred and Seventy: On knowing the abode of the Pole and the two Leaders, from the Mohammedan confiding.
271 Chapter Two Hundred and Seventy One: On knowing the abode of “in the morning the folk will praise night-walking”, from the Mohammedan confiding.
272 Chapter Two Hundred and Seventy Two: On knowing sanctifying the unification, from that (/the Mohammedan confiding).
273 Chapter Two Hundred and Seventy Three: On knowing the abode of the loss of the caprice and the self, from the Mousawi domicile.
274 Chapter Two Hundred and Seventy Four: On knowing the abode of the named term, from the Mousawi domicile.
275 Chapter Two Hundred and Seventy Five: On knowing the abode of disavowing idols, from the Mousawi domicile.
276 Chapter Two Hundred and Seventy Six: On knowing the abode of the Pond and its secrets, from the Mohammedan domicile.
277 Chapter Two Hundred and Seventy Seven: On knowing the abode of discrediting and parsimony, from the Mousawi domicile, and its secrets.
278 Chapter Two Hundred and Seventy Eight: On knowing the abode of intimacy and its secrets, from the Mousawi and Mohammedan domicile.
279 Chapter Two Hundred and Seventy Nine: On knowing the abode of consideration and its secrets, from the Mohammedan domicile.
280 Chapter Two Hundred and Eighty: On knowing the abode of my-assets and its secrets, from the Mousawi domicile.
281 Chapter Two Hundred and Eight One: On knowing the abode of annexation and putting the one in the domicile of plural, from the Mohammedan presence.
282 Chapter Two Hundred and Eighty Two: On knowing the abode of visiting-the-dead and its secrets, from the Mousawi presence.
283 Chapter Two Hundred and Eighty Three: On knowing the abode of the snappers and its secrets, from the Mohammedan domicile.
284 Chapter Two Hundred and Eighty Four: On knowing the abode of honest corresponding and its secrets, from the Mohammedan domicile.
285 Chapter Two Hundred and Eighty Five: On knowing the abode confiding of the inanimate and that the one who gets in it acquires half of the Mohammedan and Mousawi presences.
286 Chapter Two Hundred and Eighty Six: On knowing the abode of who was said to him “be” but he declined, from the Mohammedan presence.
287 Chapter Two Hundred and Eighty Seven: On knowing the abode of the perseverant manifestation and its secrets, from Mohammedan presence.
288 Chapter Two Hundred and Eighty Eight: On knowing the abode of the initial reading, from the Mousawi presence.
289 Chapter Two Hundred and Eighty Nine: On knowing the abode of the illiterate science which no science preceded it, from the Mousawi presence.
290 Chapter Two Hundred and Ninety: On knowing the abode of approving the blessings, from the Mousawi presence.
291 Chapter Two Hundred and Ninety One: On knowing the abode of the chest of time which is the fourth orb, from the Mohammedan presence.
292 Chapter Two Hundred and Ninety Two: On knowing the abode of the interference between the unseen and the seen worlds, from the Mousawi presence.
293 Chapter Two Hundred and Ninety Three: On knowing the abode of the existence of the cause of the seen world and the cause of the manifestation of the unseen world, from the Mousawi presence.
294 Chapter Two Hundred and Ninety Four: On knowing the abode of the Meccan Mohammedan, from the Mousawi presence.
295 Chapter Two Hundred and Ninety Five: On knowing the abode of honoured numbers, from the Mohammedan presence.
296 Chapter Two Hundred and Ninety Six: On knowing the abode of transferring the characteristics of the people of happiness to the people of misery, from the Mousawi presence.
297 Chapter Two Hundred and Ninety Seven: On knowing the abode of the praise of the completion of the anthropomorphic soil in the supreme domicile, from the Mohammedan presence.
298 Chapter Two Hundred and Ninety Eight: On knowing the abode of remembrance from the higher world in the Mohammedan presences.
299 Chapter Two Hundred and Ninety Nine: On knowing the abode of the suffering of the believers, from the Syriac domicile of the Mohammedan presence.
300 Chapter Completing Three Hundred: On knowing the abode of the reason of the division of the higher world, from the Mohammedan presences.
301 Chapter Three Hundred and One: On knowing the abode of the book divided between the people of bliss and the people of suffering.
302 Chapter Three Hundred and Two: On knowing the abode of the going of the higher world and the existence of the lower world.
303 Chapter Three Hundred and Three: On knowing the abode of the Gabrielic knower, from the Mohammedan presence.
304 Chapter Three Hundred and Four: On knowing the abode of preferring richness over poverty, from the Mousawi presence, and preferring poverty over richness, from the Isawi presence.
305 Chapter Three Hundred and Five: On knowing the abode of the succession of states on the hearts of men, from the Mohammedan presence.
306 Chapter Three Hundred and Six: On knowing the adversarial of the supreme world, from the Mousawi presence.
307 Chapter Three Hundred and Seven: On knowing the abode of descending the angels on the Mohammedan stand, from the Mousawi presence.
308 Chapter Three Hundred and Eight: On knowing the abode if mixing the total world, from the Mohammedan presence.
309 Chapter Three Hundred Nine: On knowing the abode of the blaming (malamatiyyah), from the Mohammedan presence.
310 Chapter Three Hundred and Ten: On knowing the abode of the spiritual clink, from the Mousawi presence.
311 Chapter Three Hundred and Eleven: On knowing the abode of the unseen special initializing, from the Mohammedan presence.
312 Chapter Three Hundred and Twelve: On knowing the abode of how the revelation comes down onto the hearts of the guardians and saving them in that from the Devils, from the Mohammedan presence.
313 Chapter Three Hundred and Thirteen: On knowing the abode of crying and shouting, from the Mohammedan presence.
314 Chapter Three Hundred and Fourteen: On knowing the abode of the difference between the scales of angels, prophets and guardians, from the Mohammedan presence.
315 Chapter Three Hundred and Fifteen: On knowing the abode of the necessity of suffering, from the Mohammedan absence.
316 Chapter Three Hundred and Sixteen: On knowing the dividing (Qâsimiyyah) qualities inscribed by the Divine Pen in the preserved human Board, from the Mousawi presence.
317 Chapter Three Hundred and Seventeen: On knowing the abode of infestation and its blessings, which is the abode of the Leader who is on the left side of the Pole, and it is the abode of Abu Midyan who was in Bujâyah, may Allah's mercy be upon him.
318 Chapter Three Hundred and Eighteen: On knowing the abode of replacing the Mohammedan Law by psychological purposes, may Allah cure us and you from that.
319 Chapter Three Hundred and Nineteen: On knowing the abode of releasing oneself from the bond of one face of the faces of the Law (and replacing it) by another and that leaving out the cause bringing sustenance by way of entrust is itself a cause bringing sustenance and that he did not go out of the bondage of causes.
320 Chapter Completing Three Hundred and Twenty: On knowing the abode of the praising of the two fists and distinguishing them.
321 Chapter Three Hundred and Twenty One: On knowing the abode of who differentiates between the unseen world and the seen world, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
322 Chapter Three Hundred and Twenty Two: On knowing the abode of who sold out the Real for the creation, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
323 Chapter Three Hundred and Twenty Three: On knowing the abode of a foreteller's presage with a presaged, from the Mohammedan presence.
324 Chapter Three Hundred and Twenty Four: On knowing an abode which gathered men and women in some divine places, and it is from the restraining presence.
325 Chapter Three Hundred and Twenty Five: On knowing the abode of the Qurãn, from the Mohammedan presence.
326 Chapter Three Hundred and Twenty Six: On knowing the abode of dialogue and dispute, and it is from the Mohammedan and Mousawi presence.
327 Chapter Three Hundred and Twenty Seven: On knowing the abode of the mudd (a measure) and its half, from the Mohammedan presence.
328 Chapter Three Hundred and Twenty Eight: On knowing the abode of going of the compounds at casting into simples at casting, from the Mohammedan presence.
329 Chapter Three Hundred and Twenty Nine: On knowing the abode of blessings and concluding into scourge, and it is from the Mohammedan presences.
330 Chapter Three Hundred and Thirty: On knowing the abode of (the difference between) the Moon, the Crescent and the full-Moon, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
331 Chapter Three Hundred and Thirty One: On knowing the abode of vision and seeing and the strength on them, and promotion, approach, receiving and dangling, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
332 Chapter Three Hundred and Thirty Two: On knowing the abode of the divine guarding of the people of the Mohammedan states, from the Mousawi presence.
333 Chapter Three Hundred and Thirty Three: On knowing the abode of “I created things for you and created you for Me, so do not expose what I created for Me for what I created for you”, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
334 Chapter Three Hundred and Thirty Four: On knowing the abode of renewing the non-existent, and it is from the Mousawi presence.
335 Chapter Three Hundred and Thirty Five: On knowing the abode of fraternity, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
336 Chapter Three Hundred and Thirty Six: On knowing the abode of the plants' allegiance of the Pole, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
337 Chapter Three Hundred and Thirty Seven: On knowing the abode of Mohammed, may Allah's mercy and peace be upon him, with some of the world, from the Mousawi presence.
338 Chapter Three Hundred and Thirty Eight: On knowing the abode of the obstacles of Suek??? and its secrets, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
339 Chapter Three Hundred and Thirty Nine: On knowing the abode of the bodies of the Law in the hands of the Truth requesting sourcing, from the Mohammedan presence.
340 Chapter Three Hundred and Forty: On knowing the abode from which the Messenger of Allah, may Allah's mercy and peace be upon him, hided what he hided, and it is from the Mousawi presence.
341 Chapter Three Hundred and Forty One: On knowing the abode of imitation in secrets, and it is from the Mousawi presence.
342 Chapter Three Hundred and Forty Two: On knowing the abode of two secrets separated from three secrets grouped in one presence of the revelation presences, and it is from the Mousawi presence.
343 Chapter Three Hundred and Forty Three: On knowing the abode of two secrets in detailing revelation, from the presence of praising all the realm.
344 Chapter Three Hundred and Forty Four: On knowing the abode of two secrets of the secrets of forgiveness, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
345 Chapter Three Hundred and Forty Five: On knowing the abode of the secret of sincerity in religion, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
346 Chapter Three Hundred and Forty Six: On knowing the abode of a secret in which some of the knowing kept honest until he saw how his light emanate on him from the aspects of that abode, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
347 Chapter Three Hundred and Forty Seven: On knowing the abode of the first row with Allah the Exalted, the divine doubt, the Revelation of Khyber and the secrets which descended at that day, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
348 Chapter Three Hundred and Forty Eight: On knowing the abode of two secrets of the secrets of the heart of combination and existence, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
349 Chapter Three Hundred and Forty Nine: On knowing the abode of Revelation the doors and closing them and the creation of every nation, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
350 Chapter Three Hundred and Fifty: On knowing the abode of the inquiring manifestation and lifting the cover off the meanings, and it is from the Mohammedan presence from the name the Lord.
351 Chapter Three Hundred and Fifty One: On knowing the abode of the interference between the souls and the spirits in some attributes, and it is from the presence of the Mohammedan jealousy from the name the Affectionate.
352 Chapter Three Hundred and Fifty Two: On knowing three ambiguous drawing and arranging secrets, from the presence of the Mohammedan descending.
353 Chapter Three Hundred and Fifty Three: On knowing three ambiguous prudence secrets pointing to knowing the cause and giving it its right, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
354 Chapter Three Hundred and Fifty Four: On knowing the maximum Syriac abode, and it is from the Mousawi presence.
355 Chapter Three Hundred and Fifty Five: On knowing the abode of the generating paths and the earth of worship and its extent, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
356 Chapter Three Hundred and Fifty Six: On knowing the abode of three discreet secrets and the Arabic secret in divine ethic and psychological revelation, from the Mohammedan presence.
357 Chapter Three Hundred and Fifty Seven: On knowing the abode of the cattle, from the divine presence, and their subjugating under two Mousawi secrets.
358 Chapter Three Hundred and Fifty Eight: On knowing the abode of three secrets with different lights, flee, warning and correct news, and from that abode I said poetry in a seclusion I entered where I gained it (/this abode), and it is on of the most impressive and luminous abodes.
359 Chapter Three Hundred and Fifty Nine: On knowing the abode of “I mean you, O the neighbour hear”, and it is the abode of dispersing the command and the image of discreetness in disclosure, from the Mohammedan presence.
360 Chapter Three Hundred and Sixty: On knowing the abode of laudable darkness and witnessed lights and annexing those who are not from the People of the House with the People of House, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
361 Chapter Three Hundred and Sixty One: On knowing the abode of the interference with the Real in estimation, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
362 Chapter Three Hundred and Sixty Two: On knowing the abode of the two prostrations, the prostration of the whole and the part, and that is the prostration of the heart and the face, and what therein of secrets, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
363 Chapter Three Hundred and Sixty Three: On knowing the abode of referring the knower whom he does not know to someone below him to teach him what it is out of his hands to know, and insulating the Creator above rapture and joy, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
364 Chapter Three Hundred and Sixty Four: On knowing two ambiguous secrets whoever knows them shall attain comfort in the Lower and in the Hereafter, and the divine jealousy, from the Mohammedan presence.
365 Chapter Three Hundred and Sixty Five: On knowing ambiguous secrets connected in the presence of Mercy with whose domicile and state are hidden from the universes, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
366 Chapter Three Hundred and Sixty Six: On knowing the abode of the ministers of Mahdî who shall come at the end of time and whom the Messenger of Allah, may Allah have mercy and peace upon him, presaged with him, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
367 Chapter Three Hundred and Sixty Seven: On knowing the abode of the fifth entrust which none of the realizing discovered it because of the scarcity of its acceptors and the incapability of comprehensions for perceiving it, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
368 Chapter Three Hundred and Sixty Eight: On knowing the abode of “he came and did not come”, the presence of the command alone, the category of a world which is inspired continuously, and what it has of secrets, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
369 Chapter Three Hundred and Sixty Nine: On knowing the abode of the keys to the coffers of generosity and the effect of the seen world on the unseen world from the unseen world, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
370 Chapter Three Hundred and Seventy: On knowing the abode of the seeker and a secret and two secrets of the secrets of existence and changing, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
371 Chapter Three Hundred and Seventy One: On knowing the abode of a secret and three illiterate board's secrets, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
372 Chapter Three Hundred and Seventy Two: On knowing the abode of a secret and two secrets, your laudation on yourself of what is not in yourself and the answer of the Real to you in that sense, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
373 Chapter Three Hundred and Seventy Three: On knowing the abode of three secrets which appeared in the prudent water whose compound is detailed on the world with care, and the remaining of the world for perpetual eternity despite the transformation of its image, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
374 Chapter Three Hundred and Seventy Four: On knowing the abode of vision and seeing, the precedents of things in the divine Lordly Presence, that the disbelievers have a foot and the believers have a foot and that the coming of each group on its foot and they coming with their leader in justice and in grace, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
375 Chapter Three Hundred and Seventy Five: On knowing the abode of the imaginational competence and the world of realities and commingling, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
376 Chapter Three Hundred and Seventy Six: On knowing an abode that combines between the guardians and the enemies, from the prudence presence and the combating of the unseen world with each other, and this abode contains a thousand domicile, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
377 Chapter Three Hundred and Seventy Seven: On knowing the abode of the prostration of self-standing and honesty, glory, the pearl and images, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
378 Chapter Three Hundred and Seventy Eight: On knowing the abode of the bestial nation, the statistics, the three higher secrets and the advancement of the tardy and the delay of the advancing, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
379 Chapter Three Hundred and Seventy Nine: On knowing the abode of the untying and tying, adoration and humiliation, and the emergence of supplication in the form of news, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
380 Chapter Three Hundred and Eighty: On knowing the abode of “the scientists are the heirs of prophets”, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
381 Chapter Three Hundred and Eighty One: On knowing the abode of unification and combination, which contains five thousand fluttering domiciles, and its fuller view is to the one who witnessed it at the middle of the month or at its end, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
382 Chapter Three Hundred and Eighty Two: On knowing the abode of conclusions and the number of Divine Prides and dumb secrets, and it is from the Mousawi and Mohammedan presence.
383 Chapter Three Hundred and Eighty Three: On knowing the abode of the greatness that combines all greatnesses, and it is from the special Mohammedan presence.
   
 
 
5.

The Fifth Section: On the Juxtapositions

384 Chapter Three Hundred and Eighty Four: On knowing the addressing juxtapositions which is from the secret of His saying, the Exalted: ﴾and it has never occurred for a human that Allah speaks to him but only by revelation or from behind a veil﴿, and it is from the Mohammedan presence.
385 Chapter Three Hundred and Eighty Five: On knowing the juxtaposition of “who is humiliated is defeated and who is insulted is prohibited”.
386 Chapter Three Hundred and Eighty Six: On knowing the juxtaposition of the jugular vein and the where-ness of with-ness.
387 Chapter Three Hundred and Eighty Seven: On knowing the juxtaposition of haughty humbleness.
388 Chapter Three Hundred and Eighty Eight: On knowing a juxtaposition which is unknown to the servant, and that is when he ascends without determining the aim that he aims at of the Real.
389 Chapter Three Hundred and Eighty Nine: On knowing the juxtaposition of “My Character is your being and your character is My Being”.
390 Chapter Three Hundred and Ninety: On knowing the juxtaposition of “the time of thing is its presence, but only Me there is no time for Me and only you there is no time for you, so you are My time and I am your time”.
391 Chapter Three Hundred and Ninety One: On knowing the juxtaposition of the flowing track on which the men of question do not stabilize.
392 Chapter Three Hundred and Ninety Two: On knowing the juxtaposition of “who has mercy we have mercy over him, and who does not have mercy we have mercy over him, and then we put our anger over him then we forget him”.
393 Chapter Three Hundred and Ninety Three: On knowing the juxtaposition of “who stops at seeing what frightened him, he perished”.
394 Chapter Three Hundred and Ninety Four: On knowing the juxtaposition of “who refined shall arrive, and who arrives will not go back even though he may not be refined”.
395 Chapter Three Hundred and Ninety Five: On knowing the juxtaposition of “who enters My Presence and his life remained, then his consolation is on Me for the death of his companion”.
396 Chapter Three Hundred and Ninety Six: On knowing the juxtaposition of “who collects knowledge and sciences I veil him from Me”.
397 Chapter Three Hundred and Ninety Seven: On knowing the juxtaposition of ﴾to Him the nice words ascend and He lifts up the good deed﴿.
398 Chapter Three Hundred and Ninety Eight: On knowing the juxtaposition of “who preaches people did not know Me and who reminds them knew Me”.
399 Chapter Three Hundred and Ninety Nine: On knowing the juxtaposition of an abode whoever enters it his neck is struck, and there is no one but had entered it.
400 Chapter Completing Four Hundred: On knowing the juxtaposition of “who manifests to Me I hided from him and who stops at My limits, I briefed on him”.
401 Chapter Four Hundred and One: On knowing the juxtaposition of “the dead and the alive, they have no way to seeing Me”.
402 Chapter Four Hundred and Two: On the juxtaposition of “who fights with Me I defeat him and whom I fight with he defeats Me, thus tending to peace is a priority”.
403 Chapter Four Hundred and Three: On the juxtaposition of “I have no excuse to My servant; whenever I say to one of them: why you did that? He says to Me: You did, and the Real said: but the precedent is preceding and no change”.
404 Chapter Four Hundred and Four: On knowing the juxtaposition of “who violates his folk he is seeking into ruining his dominion, and who is kind with them he stays a king; every lord kills one of his servants he kills his supremacy, but not Me, thus look!”
405 Chapter Four Hundred and Five: On a juxtaposition “who made his heart My house and vacated it from others, no one knows what I shall give him, thus do not compare it (/his heart) with the Populated House because it is the house of my angels not My House, and that is why I did not put My Comrade (/Abraham) in it, but My House is the heart of My servant which housed Me when My earth and my heaven were slight for Me”.
406 Chapter Four Hundred and Six: On knowing the juxtaposition of “never anything of Me manifested to anything and it should never manifest”.
407 Chapter Four Hundred and Seven: On the juxtaposition of “in a faster than as a blink you steal from Me if you look at other than Me, not for My weakness but for your weakness”.
408 Chapter Four Hundred and Eight: on knowing the juxtaposition of the day of Saturday; thus untie your wrapper you tied because the world has finished from Me and I am finished from it.
409 Chapter Four Hundred and Nine: On the juxtaposition of “my names are veil over you, if you remove them you reached to Me”.
410 Chapter Four Hundred and Ten: On the juxtaposition of ﴾and that to your Lord is the destiny﴿, thus be proud of this Lord and you shall be happy.
411 Chapter Four Hundred and Eleven: On the juxtaposition of “‘but the book outpaced him so he enters the Fire’, from the presence of ‘he almost entered the Fire’, thus fear the book and do not fear Me because I am with you alike”.
412 Chapter Four Hundred and Twelve: On the juxtaposition of “who is for Me will not be humiliated and is never disgraced”.
413 Chapter Four Hundred and Thirteen: On the juxtaposition of “who asked Me did not come out of My judiciary and who did not ask Me did not come out of my judiciary”.
414 Chapter Four Hundred and Fourteen: On knowing the juxtaposition of “We are not seen but only with a veil”.
415 Chapter Four Hundred and Fifteen: On knowing the juxtaposition of “who called Me he fulfilled the right of his servitude, and who justifies himself he justifies Me”.
416 Chapter Four Hundred and Sixteen: On knowing the juxtaposition of the entity of the heart.
417 Chapter Four Hundred and Seventeen: On the juxtaposition of whose reward is on Allah.
418 Chapter Four Hundred and Eighteen: On the juxtaposition of “who does not comprehend, nothing may be conducted to him”.
419 Chapter Four Hundred and Nineteen: On knowing the juxtaposition of contracts.
420 Chapter Completing Four Hundred and Twenty: On knowing the juxtaposition of disposing the domiciles.
421 Chapter Four Hundred and Twenty One: On knowing the juxtaposition of “who requested to reach Me by way of evidence and proof he shall never reach Me, because nothing is like Me”.
422 Chapter Four Hundred and Twenty Two: On knowing the juxtaposition of “who returns My act on Me he gives Me My right”.
423 Chapter Four Hundred and Twenty Three: On knowing the juxtaposition of “who is jealous on Me he did not commemorate Me”.
424 Chapter Four Hundred and Twenty Four: On knowing the juxtaposition of “I like you to stay with Me and you love to go back to your family, thus wait until I am satisfied with you then you may pass away from Me”.
425 Chapter Four Hundred and Twenty Five: On knowing the juxtaposition of “who seeks science I lay his eyesight away from Me”.
426 Chapter Four Hundred and Twenty Six: On knowing the juxtaposition of the secret from which peace be upon him said when questioned about seeing his Lord, thus he said: “light how may I see Him”.
427 Chapter Four Hundred and Twenty Seven: On knowing the juxtaposition of two-bow close.
428 Chapter Four Hundred and Twenty Eight: On knowing the juxtaposition of the questioning about the two instants???.
429 Chapter Four Hundred and Twenty Nine: On knowing the juxtaposition of “who diminishes for My Majesty I descended to him, and who magnifies over Me I magnify over him”.
430 Chapter Four Hundred and Thirty: On knowing the juxtaposition of “it is your perplexity which made you reach Me”.
431 Chapter Four Hundred and Thirty One: On knowing the juxtaposition of “whom I veiled, I veiled him”.
432 Chapter Four Hundred and Thirty Two: On knowing the juxtaposition of “I did not wear anything other than you, thus know your prestige; and that is the most amazing thing who does not know himself”.
433 Chapter Four Hundred and Thirty Three: On knowing the juxtaposition of “look out what manifestation which exterminates you and never ask it from Me, otherwise I give it to you but I never find anyone to take it”.
434 Chapter Four Hundred and Thirty Four: On knowing the juxtaposition of “if I want, you will not be veiled, but I did not want yet, thus be firm”.
435 Chapter Four Hundred and Thirty Five: On knowing the juxtaposition of “I had taken a covenant on myself but sometimes I fulfilled and sometimes I did not fulfil, thus do not object”.
436 Chapter Four Hundred and Thirty Six: On knowing the juxtaposition of “if you (/your value) was for people as you are for Me, they would never worship Me”.
437 Chapter Four Hundred and Thirty Six: On knowing the juxtaposition of “who knows his share of My Law he knows his share of Me, because you are for Me the same as I am for you”.
438 Chapter Four Hundred and Thirty Six Eight: On knowing the juxtaposition of “who reads My Words he sees My cloud wherein the lamps of My angels descend down over him and in him, then, when he goes silent, they go and I descend”.
439 Chapter Four Hundred and Thirty Six Nine: On knowing the juxtaposition of the second two-bow close.
440 Chapter Four Hundred and Forty: On knowing the juxtaposition of “his support is intensified whom his heart becomes stronger in witnessing Me”.
441 Chapter Four Hundred and Forty One: On knowing the juxtaposition of “the eyes of the hearts of the knowing are looking for what I have, not for Me”.
442 Chapter Four Hundred and Forty Two: On knowing the juxtaposition of “who sees Me and knew that he saw Me, he did not see Me”.
443 Chapter Four Hundred and Forty Three: On knowing the juxtaposition of the duty of the disclosure of knowledge.
444 Chapter Four Hundred and Forty Four: On knowing the juxtaposition of “whom I wrote to him the book of pure covenant, he shall not be miserable”.
445 Chapter Four Hundred and Forty Five: On knowing the juxtaposition of “did you know My guardians whom I cultivated with My ethics”.
446 Chapter Four Hundred and Forty Six: On knowing the juxtaposition of “in the construction the night's initiatives are the benefits of good things”.
447 Chapter Four Hundred and Forty Seven: On knowing the juxtaposition of “who enters the presence of cleansing he speaks on My behalf”.
448 Chapter Four Hundred and Forty Eight: On knowing the juxtaposition of “that who fades when something of what I have is disclosed to him, how he requests to see Me”.
449 Chapter Four Hundred and Forty Nine: On knowing the juxtaposition of “he is not My servant who enslaved My servant”.
450 Chapter Four Hundred and Fifty: On knowing the juxtaposition of “who is firm for My manifestations he is by Me not by himself, Sublime Myself; he is by himself not by Me; this is the truth and the first was a metaphor”.
451 Chapter Four Hundred and Fifty One: On knowing the juxtaposition of “in the exits lies the knowledge of scales”.
452 Chapter Four Hundred and Fifty Two: On knowing the juxtaposition of “all My words are preachment to My servants if they are preached”.
453 Chapter Four Hundred and Fifty Three: On knowing the juxtaposition of “My generosity is what I gave you of wealth, and the generosity-of-My-generosity is what I gave you of your forgiveness on your brother at his offense on you”.
454 Chapter Four Hundred and Fifty Four: On knowing the juxtaposition of “no stranger may hold on with Us in Our Presence, because the priority in kindness is to the next kin”.
455 Chapter Four Hundred and Fifty Five: On knowing the juxtaposition of “whom I come to him with My Exterior, he may never be happy, and whom I come to him with My Interior, he may never be miserable, and vice versa”.
456 Chapter Four Hundred and Fifty Six: On knowing the juxtaposition of “who moves when he hears My words, he has heard”.
457 Chapter Four Hundred and Fifty Seven: On knowing the juxtaposition of the abstract charging.
458 Chapter Four Hundred and Fifty Eight: On knowing the juxtaposition of perceiving the Lights (of the Face of Allah).
459 Chapter Four Hundred and Fifty Nine: On knowing the juxtaposition of ﴾and they are with Us amongst the chosen honourable﴿.
460 Chapter Four Hundred and Sixty: On knowing the juxtaposition of belief, submission, proficiency and the proficiency-of-proficiency.
461 Chapter Four Hundred and Sixty One: On knowing the juxtaposition of “whom I drop down over him the veil of My wing, he is amongst My withholds; no one may know him and he may know no one”.
   
 
 
6.

The Sixth Section: On the Domiciles

462 Chapter Four Hundred and Sixty Two: On knowing the juxtaposition of the Mohammedan Poles and their abodes.
463 Chapter Four Hundred and Sixty Three: On knowing the twelve Poles with whom the orb of the world rotates.
464 Chapter Four Hundred and Sixty Four: On knowing the state of the Pole of the Mohammedan Poles whose abode was “there is no god but Allah”.
465 Chapter Four Hundred and Sixty Five: On knowing a Pole whose abode was “Allah is Great”.
466 Chapter Four Hundred and Sixty Six: On knowing a Pole whose abode was “Allah is Sublime”.
467 Chapter Four Hundred and Sixty Seven: On knowing a Pole whose abode was “Thanks to Allah”.
468 Chapter Four Hundred and Sixty Eight: On knowing a Pole whose abode was “Thanks to Allah for/on every state”.
469 Chapter Four Hundred and Sixty Nine: On knowing a Pole whose abode was “I empower my affair to Allah”.
470 Chapter Four Hundred and Seventy: On knowing a Pole whose abode was ﴾I created the jinn and the human for nothing but to worship Me﴿.
471 Chapter Four Hundred and Seventy One: On knowing a Pole whose abode was ﴾say: if you love Allah then follow me and Allah will love you﴿.
472 Chapter Four Hundred and Seventy Two: On knowing a Pole whose abode was ﴾thus foretell my servants who hear the word and follow its best﴿.
473 Chapter Four Hundred and Seventy Three: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and your Deity is one Deity﴿.
474 Chapter Four Hundred and Seventy Four: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾that which is with you expires, and that which is with Allah is remaining﴿.
475 Chapter Four Hundred and Seventy Five: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and who glorifies the watchwords of Allah that is from the bewaring in the hearts﴿.
476 Chapter Four Hundred and Seventy Six: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾then when it appeared to him (/Abraham) that he (/his father) is an enemy to Allah, he disavowed him﴿, power and might is to Allah, no power and no might in other than Allah.
477 Chapter Four Hundred and Seventy Seven: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾its seal is musk, and for that the competitors should compete﴿ ﴾to what is like that the workers should work﴿.
478 Chapter Four Hundred and Seventy Eight: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾Oh my son, if there be (but) the weight of a mustard seed and it were (hidden) in a rock, or (anywhere) in the heavens or on the earth, Allah will bring it forth: for Allah is Subtle and Expert﴿.
479 Chapter Four Hundred and Seventy Nine: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and who glorifies the sanctities of Allah, it is better for him with his Lord﴿, get ready because the matter is serious.
480 Chapter Four Hundred and Eighty: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and we put him young in ruling﴿.
481 Chapter Four Hundred and Eighty One: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was “Allah will not waste the reward of the one who did a good work”.
482 Chapter Four Hundred and Eighty Two: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾whoever submits his face to Allah, and he is proficient, he has grasped the trustworthy buttonhole, and to Allah is the end of (all) affairs﴿.
483 Chapter Four Hundred and Eighty Three: The abode of a Pole whose abode was ﴾who purified it (/the soul) shall succeed and who foist it shall fail﴿.
484 Chapter Four Hundred and Eighty Four: The abode of a Pole whose abode was ﴾when it (/the soul of the dying man) reaches the throat, and you at that time is looking on, but We are nearer to him than you but you do not see﴿.
485 Chapter Four Hundred and Eighty Five: The abode of a Pole whose abode was ﴾who wants the Lower Life and its embellishment We give them back (the retribution of) their deeds in it and they shall not be underpaid﴿.
486 Chapter Four Hundred and Eighty Six: The abode of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and who disobey Allah and His Messenger he strayed into clear stray﴿.
487 Chapter Four Hundred and Eighty Seven: The abode of a Pole whose abode was ﴾who did well, whether male or female, We shall animate him a nice life﴿.
488 Chapter Four Hundred and Eighty Eight: The abode of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and never spread your eyes into what We made some pairs of them enjoy as the bloom of the Lower Life to fascinate them with it, but the bliss of your Lord is better and more enduring﴿.
489 Chapter Four Hundred and Eighty Nine: The abode of a Pole whose abode was ﴾your wealth and children are but a fascination﴿.
490 Chapter Four Hundred and Ninety: The abode of a Pole whose abode was ﴾it is a big abhor for Allah that you say what you do not do﴿.
491 Chapter Four Hundred and Ninety One: The abode of a Pole whose abode was ﴾do not rejoice because Allah does not like the rejoicing﴿.
492 Chapter Four Hundred and Ninety Two: The abode of a Pole whose abode was ﴾the Knower of the unseen, He never informs anyone of His unseen except whom He chooses of messengers﴿.
493 Chapter Four Hundred and Ninety Three: The abode of a Pole whose abode was ﴾say: everything is from Allah, hence why those folk can not (hardly) comprehend an occurring﴿.
494 Chapter Four Hundred and Ninety Four: The abode of a Pole whose abode was ﴾amongst His servants the scientists are the ones who dread Allah﴿.
495 Chapter Four Hundred and Ninety Five: The abode of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and those of you who withdraw back from his (/His) religion and die as a disbeliever﴿.
496 Chapter Four Hundred and Ninety Six: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾but they did never estimate Allah in His true value﴿ ﴾and strive for Allah, a true striving-in-Him﴿.
497 Chapter Four Hundred and Ninety Seven: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾most of them never believe in Allah but only when they are sharing﴿.
498 Chapter Four Hundred and Ninety Eight: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and who bewares Allah He shall make an exit for him﴿.
499 Chapter Four Hundred and Ninety Nine: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾nothing is like His example﴿.
500 Chapter Completing Five Hundred: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and anyone of them (/the messengers) says I am a god without Him, that We shall give him Gehenna in return﴿.
501 Chapter Five Hundred and One: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾thus other than Allah you call if you are honest﴿?
502 Chapter Five Hundred and Two: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾do not betray Allah and His Messenger and betray your commitment while you know it﴿.
503 Chapter Five Hundred and Three: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and they were not ordered but to worship Allah sincere to Him in religion﴿.
504 Chapter Five Hundred and Four: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾say: Allah, then leave them playing in their plunge﴿.
505 Chapter Five Hundred and Five: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and be patient to the rule of your Lord because you are in Our Eyes﴿.
506 Chapter Five Hundred and Six: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾they feigned and Allah feigned, and He is the most beneficent of feigners﴿.
507 Chapter Five Hundred and Seven: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾does he not know that Allah sees﴿.
508 Chapter Five Hundred and Eight: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾Allah is the curator of those who believe, He takes them out of darkness into light﴿.
509 Chapter Five Hundred and Nine: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and anything you have spent, He shall replace it, and He is the best of endowing﴿.
510 Chapter Five Hundred and Ten: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾I shall lay them off away from My signs, those who are arrogant in the earth without right﴿.
511 Chapter Five Hundred and Eleven: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and beware Allah and Allah shall teach you﴿ ﴾if you beware Allah He shall make a divider for you﴿.
512 Chapter Five Hundred and Twelve: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾whenever their skins become ripen We replace them with other skins, in order that they taste the torture﴿.
513 Chapter Five Hundred and Thirteen: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾commemorating the mercy of your Lord to His servant Zechariah when he called upon Him with a concealed call﴿.
514 Chapter Five Hundred and Fourteen: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and whoever entrust Allah He is sufficient for him﴿.
515 Chapter Five Hundred and Fifteen: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and David thought that We have fascinated him, thus he asked the forgiveness of his Lord and fell down bowing and deputed﴿.
516 Chapter Five Hundred and Sixteen: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾Say: if it be that your fathers, your sons, your brothers, your mates, your kindred, the wealth that you have gained, the commerce in which you fear a decline and (/or) the dwellings in which you delight - are dearer to you than Allah, His Messenger, and the striving for His path; then wait until Allah brings about His command﴿ ﴾thus escape to Allah﴿.
517 Chapter Five Hundred and Seventeen: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾until that the earth constrained on them, with all its spaciousness, and their souls constrained on them, and they thought that there is no refuge away from Allah but to Himself﴿.
518 Chapter Five Hundred and Eighteen: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾until when terror is removed from their hearts will they say: ‘what your Lord said’, they will say: ‘the truth’ and He is the High and the Great﴿.
519 Chapter Five Hundred and Nineteen: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾conform to the call of Allah and His Messenger when He calls you to that which will give you life; and know that Allah comes in between the man and his heart, and that it is He to Whom you shall (all) be gathered﴿.
520 Chapter Completing Five Hundred and Twenty: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾but those who conform are (only) the ones who hear﴿.
521 Chapter Five Hundred and Twenty One: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and take provision and the best provision is bewaring; thus beware Me﴿.
522 Chapter Five Hundred and Twenty Two: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and those who give what they give with their hearts are afraid that they will return to their Lord; these who hasten in every good, and these who are foremost in them﴿.
523 Chapter Five Hundred and Twenty Three: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾but that who feared the domicile of his Lord﴿.
524 Chapter Five Hundred and Twenty Four: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾say: if the sea was ink for the words of my Lord, the sea would be exhausted before the words of my Lord are exhausted, and even if we bring another one like it for its aid﴿.
525 Chapter Five Hundred and Twenty Five: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and anyone who transgresses the limits of Allah does verily wrong his (own) soul, you never know if perchance Allah will bring about something thereafter﴿.
526 Chapter Five Hundred and Twenty Six: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and had We not stabilized you, you would nearly have inclined to them a little. In that case We would make you taste double the life and double the death﴿.
527 Chapter Five Hundred and Twenty Seven: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and keep your soul content with those who call on their Lord morning and evening, seeking His Face; and let not your eyes pass beyond them, seeking the pomp and glitter of the Lower Life, and do not obey the one whose heart We have permitted to neglect the remembrance of Us and he follows his own desires, whose case has gone beyond all bounds. Say: the truth is from your Lord; whoever wills he may believe, and whoever wills he may disbelieve﴿.
528 Chapter Five Hundred and Twenty Eight: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾the penalty of an offense is an offense like it﴿.
529 Chapter Five Hundred and Twenty Nine: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾as for the nice land its plant springs up by the will of its Lord, and that which is bad springs up nothing but that which is niggardly﴿.
530 Chapter Five Hundred and Thirty: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾they hide away from people and do not hide from Allah Who is with them when they contrive what He does not approve of saying﴿!
531 Chapter Five Hundred and Thirty One: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾in whatever situation you may be, whatever you may be reciting from the Qurãn, and whatever deed you (/mankind) may be doing, but We are witnesses on you thereof when you are engrossed therein﴿.
532 Chapter Five Hundred and Thirty Two: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾the prayer for the believers is (stated) in a timely book﴿.
533 Chapter Five Hundred and Thirty Three: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and if My servants ask you about Me, I am near, I answer the call of the caller when he calls upon Me, thus they should conform to Me﴿.
534 Chapter Five Hundred and Thirty Four: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾but you are on a great ethic﴿.
535 Chapter Five Hundred and Thirty Five: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾who commemorate Allah while they are standing, sitting, and on their sides﴿.
536 Chapter Five Hundred and Thirty Six: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was (and to whom he desires the tilth of the Lower, We give him somewhat thereof, but he has no share in the Hereafter).
537 Chapter Five Hundred and Thirty Seven: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and you dread people but you should dread Allah﴿.
538 Chapter Five Hundred and Thirty Eight: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾be straight as you were commanded, you and those who turned (unto Allah) with you; and do not transgress, for He sees well all that you do﴿.
539 Chapter Five Hundred and Thirty Nine: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾thus escape to Allah, I am a clear warning from him to you, and do not make with Allah another deity, I am a clear warning from him to you﴿.
540 Chapter Five Hundred and Forty: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾but if they waited until you come out to them it would have been better for them﴿.
541 Chapter Five Hundred and Forty One: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and that who oppresses of you We shall make him taste a great torture﴿.
542 Chapter Five Hundred and Forty Two: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and who is blind in this, he is in the Hereafter (also more) blind and more off course﴿.
543 Chapter Five Hundred and Forty Three: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾take what the Messenger grants you, and restrain from that which he withholds from you﴿.
544 Chapter Five Hundred and Forty Four: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾not a word does he (/man) utter but there is a sentinel by him, ready (to note it)﴿.
545 Chapter Five Hundred and Forty Five: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and prostrate and come near﴿.
546 Chapter Five Hundred and Forty Six: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾thus turn away from that who gets away from commemorating Us﴿.
547 Chapter Five Hundred and Forty Seven: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾thus obey with what you are commanded and turn away from the polytheists﴿.
548 Chapter Five Hundred and Forty Eight: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾thus commemorate Me and I shall commemorate you﴿.
549 Chapter Five Hundred and Forty Nine: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾as to the one, who dispensed, to him does you attend﴿!
550 Chapter Five Hundred and Fifty: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾thus when his Lord manifested to the mount He made it as dust and Moses fell down astounded﴿.
551 Chapter Five Hundred and Fifty One: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾Allah shall see your deed, and His Messenger﴿.
552 Chapter Five Hundred and Fifty Two: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾but if they had only, when they were unjust to themselves, come unto you and asked Allah's forgiveness, and the Messenger had asked forgiveness for them﴿.
553 Chapter Five Hundred and Fifty Three: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾and Allah is from behind them surrounding﴿.
554 Chapter Five Hundred and Fifty Four: On the description of the person to whom the meaning of the seal of prophecy moved and its secret (/sign) is like the button of hadjlh??? in meaning, and his abode ﴾do not think that those who exult in what they have brought about, and love to be praised for what they have not done, thus do not think they escape the penalty; for them is a grievous penalty﴿, and they are in it.
555 Chapter Five Hundred and Fifty Five: On knowing the reason which prevented me from mentioning the rest of the poles from our time to the Day of Resurrection.
556 Chapter Five Hundred and Fifty Six: On knowing the state of a Pole whose abode was ﴾Blessed be He in Whose hands is the Dominion﴿.
557 Chapter Five Hundred and Fifty Seven: On knowing the absolute seal of guardians.
558 Chapter Five Hundred and Fifty Eight: On knowing the Names of the Lord of Pride and the words permissible to call Him with and what is not permissible.
559 Chapter Five Hundred and Fifty Nine: On knowing secrets and realities of different abodes, and this chapter is like a summary of the chapters of this book; for each chapter we say: “from that…” but there are three or four more (titles).
560 Chapter Five Hundred and Sixty: On a wise advice from the Law to benefit the seeker and the arriving, and this is the last of the chapters of this book.

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