Who Was Muhammad?

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Who was Muhammad?

Muhammad was a Prophet of God and a Messenger of God. Prophets can arise frequently; Messengers rarely, perhaps once in a thousand years. Muhammad was the last Messenger, until now…

Now with us is Marshall Vian Summers, the first Messenger of the Greater Community. Muhammad brought the last Message to this world that knew only itself.

A Prophet calls a warning from the watchtower, seeing what is and what must be. A Messenger imports. A Messenger brings in something new that could not have arisen except from beyond. A Message. A paradigm shift is what it generates, as it establishes a new context for how humans view themselves and others.

At junctures in human development, when old ways grow less and less functional, the world cries out for help, and the Angelic Presence attends to those who seek to hear its Voice; with love and grace it sends a Messenger capable of carrying that Message from them to us.

Muhammad’s Message was a:

  • prescription for tribal people,
  • clarification of the role of Prophets and Messengers, and
  • preparation for the Greater Community perspective, establishing a capacity for recognizing the reality of life beyond Earth.

“It is We who spoke to Jesus and the Buddha, the Muhammad and other teachers and seers through the ages who have brought a greater clarity into the world—to the prophets in every age and to the Messengers who only come at great turning points for humanity. “

The Recitation (April 1, 2011)

Where is Muhammad today?

“For you who are a Muslim, you must realize that the Prophet Muhammad stands with the Messenger, for he continues the great work of building and protecting human civilization, now facing a set of problems and challenges never before seen in the world.”

The Lineage of the Messengers (November 16, 2012)

Who was Muhammad in relation to the New Messenger, who was Muhammad in relation to the world we live in today, who was Muhammad to you? He taught submission and his Message lives on, aligned with the New Message.

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