This topic is important specially for Ahmadi people, not to make them feel bad or curse themselves but to think just for a moment out of the box.
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad developed severe mental conditions.
“It was foretold that the promised one would suffer from two maladies, one in the upper part of his body and the other in the lower, that the hair of his head would be straight, that he would be wheat-coloured, that he would suffer from a slight stammer in his speech, that he would belong to a family of farmers, that, while talking, he would occasionally strike his hand against his thigh, that he would appear in a village called Kada, and that he would combine in himself the office of the Messiah and the Mahdi. And so it has turned out to be. Ahmad, the Promised Messiah as , suffered from vertigo and diabetes; he had straight hair, was wheat-coloured, and occasionally stammered in his speech. He had the habit of striking his hand against his thigh while giving a discourse, and belonged to a family of landowners. He was a resident of Kadian or Kade as Qadian is popularly called. In short, when we consider all these prophecies collectively, we find that they apply to no age but to the present, and to no person but to Ahmad”
(Bashirud din Mahmood : Ahmadiyyat or True Islam – Pg.18 – 19)
—> Not only he suffered from Malaise, hysteria,Melancholia but also Vertigo, excessive urination, stammer and diabetes?
“You behold! Hazrat(SAW) had foretold about my illness also which has come to pass likewise: He had said that when Masih will descend from the sky he will be wearing two saffron-colored sheets of cloth. Therefore, same way, I have two diseases, one in the upper part of the body, viz., Hysteromania, and the other, excessive urination, in the lower part”. (Malfoozat-e-Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani, Vol. 8, P. 445);
—> Only a person suffering from mental disorder can interpret this hadith with his two mental disorders.
“Hazrat Khalifat-ul-Masih-ul-Awwal said to hazrat promised Masih: “Your Honor! Ghulam Nabi suffers from Melancholia.” The honourable was pleased to reply: “In a way, all the prophets suffered from Melancholia and I also suffer from the same”. (Seerat-ul-Mahdi, P. 304, Vol. 3);
—> A good thing is he was aware of this.
“Doctor Mir Muhammad Ismail Sahib told me that he had heard many times from hazrat sahib, the promised Masih, that he suffered from Hysteria and also mentioned Melancholia. But the truth is that signs of nervous disorders developed in him only as a result of his diligent mental work and day and night preoccupation with literary compositions. These are often seen in patients of Hysteria (and Melancholia) also.” (Seerat-ul-Mahdi, Vol. 2, P. 55);
“This disease, having occurred once in the family, was bound to penetrate into the next off- spring. Therefore hazrat Khilafat-ul-Masih Thani, Mian Mahmud Ahmad Sahib, told me that occasionally, he also got an attack of Hyster-Malaise”. (From: Article written by Doctor Shah Nawaz Sahib Qadiani, reproduced in Magazine ‘Review Of Religions,’ Qadian, August, 1926, P. 11);
“The cause of all his troubles such as vertigo, headache, sleeplessness, heart cramps, indigestion, diarrhea, excessive urination and hystermalaise was only one and that was his weakness of nerves“. (From the magazine: ‘Review Qadian, May 1927, P. 26);
Dear Ahmadi followers, what if on the day of judgment, Mirza Sahib stands up and says
“I was just a mental patient but they started believing me”?
Just put a little “WHAT IF….” and think about it.
the choice is really yours!!!