Bahai News -- 150th anniversary of the incarceration of Baha'u'llah in the Siyah-Chal

150th anniversary of Baha'u'llah in the Siyah-Chal

The Baha'is of New York have created an uplifting, beautiful presentation on the 150th anniversary of the incarceration of Baha'u'llah in the Siyah-Chal (Black-Pit), Tehran. In 1852 Bahá'u'lláh was imprisoned for four months in an underground prison in Tehran known as the Siyah-Chal. It was there, through a vision of a Maid of Heaven, that He first received the revelation that He was the One promised by the Báb. The presentation uses the words of Baha'u'llah describing the experience of the dungeon of Siyah-Chal.

The five minutes presentation is well worth the experience. The following URL begins the presentaion: http://www.nybahai.org/siyahchal/. You can also copy this URL into your browser for direct connection.


E se, confirmado pelo Criador, o apaixonado escapar das garras da águia do amor, haverá de entrar no Vale do Conhecimento e sairá da dúvida para a certeza, e volver-se-á da treva da ilusão para a luz do temor de Deus.
 
 

Site aborda o encarceramento de Sua Santidade Bahá'u'lláh no Siyyiáh-Chál de Teerã

Informamos que está disponível na internet um website com uma bela apresentação alusiva ao transcurso do 150o. aniversário do encarceramento de Sua Santidade Bahá'u'lláh no Siyyiáh-Chál (A Cova Negra) de Teerã, ocorrido em agosto de 1852.

O endereço é: http://www.nybahai.org/siyahchal/

A primeira imagem acima é um desenho da estrada que levava o Bem-Amado à “Cova Negra”.

A segunda imagem é uma foto do interior da “Cova Negra”.

Os amigos poderão desejar se aprofundar mais sobre esse tocante e muito importante tema da história bahá'í e para tanto devem buscar a magistral obra de Shoghi Effendi, “A Presença de Deus”.

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