Meet Gohar Shahi, the Holy Man in the Moon 3

Wikipedia says that in Islam, the Mahdi (Guided One) is the Messiah,

…the prophesied redeemer of Islam who will rule for seven, nine or nineteen years … before the Day of Judgment … and will rid the world of evil.

Well, he was here, and you missed him. (I guess it’s true that, in the words of Joni Mitchell, “You don’t know what you got till it’s gone.”) Meet Riaz Ahmed Gohar Shahi, a Pakistani mystic also known as Sultan ul Salateen ul Fuqra Imam Mehdi. He met Jesus in 1997, then disappeared in 2001 (some say he’s serving a life sentence in a British jail).

How do we know Shahi is the Messiah?

Because he is literally the man in the moon, his followers say. See for yourself:


Almost as much fun as detecting Jesus in a smear of bird shit!

3 thoughts on “Meet Gohar Shahi, the Holy Man in the Moon

  1. Tom Burrow Jul 8,2013 12:13 pm

    He is not serving a sentence in any jail, numerous official reportsstate that he had disappeared from his guarded residence in 2001, but has been sighted all over the world since his disappearance. Reputable people have claimed to have met him physically.

    Stop making a mockery out of peoples faith, especially those who have strong proof!

  2. Terry Firma Jul 8,2013 12:39 pm

    What proof, Mr. Burrow? Note that even if this man is not in jail (and I never said that he was), the fact that he’s been seen is hardly proof that he is some Messiah, now is it?

    As for your request to “Stop making a mockery out of people’s faith,” I think you must have accidentally landed on the wrong site. I’ll stop mocking you lot if you stop beclowning yourselves by spouting such deliciously mockable things!

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