How did Rashti and Ehsaee’s familiarity become the forerunner of disunity in Shiism?

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Bahaismiran:

Seyyed Kazem Rashti’s familiarity with Sheikh Ahmad Ehsaee caused a great deviation in Shiism world; so that according to Sheikhi resources Kazem Rashti’s familiarity took place in dream via the Household (P.H.)[1] The tendency towards dream has been the permanent method of Sheikism creed[2] to deceive the public.

     Henry Corbin, the supporter of Sheikism narrates: Seyyed Kazem’s family was trying to hire a tutor for their offspring in Rasht city to educate him; but Rashti was eager to travel to distant countries to learn so-called divine knowledge; consequently, his family disagreed seriously[3]. Here, Sheikism used its trick of tendency towards sleeping and made a show that the Household of the prophet (peace be upon them) were directing the path to them. Corbin narrated: One night, Seyyed Kazem Rashti had cream of Excellency Zahra (P.H.) and she showed Ehsaee to him when Ehsaee was busy educating pupils for his creed at that time in Yazd city.[4] At that time, Rashti became more enthusiastic to take a trip and learn divine sciences. He decided to head off towards Yazd with any possible way. Corbin writes: “This Fatimah, the daughter of the holy prophet was the center of Shiism world who caused the existence of Sheikh Ahmad Ehsaee and his description appear for young Kazem.[5]

After the dream which was called educating one by Corbin, the 15-year-old Rashti headed off towards Yazd and visited his desired man.[6]

Praising Rashti by Ehsaee is surprising. Rashti says about him:

ولدی کاظم یفهم و غیره لا یفهم

 [7]: My offspring Kazem figures out while others don’t. from that time on, Sheikism cult expanded and caused a lot of difficulties for Shiism world by creating disunity in Shiism and the religion of Islam.

 


[1] Abul Qasem Ibrahimi, Fehrest, Vol. 1, p. 115; Henry Corbin, Sheikism school from the viewpoint of Shiite divine wisdom, translated by Fereydoun Bahmanyar, p. 44.

[2] Refer to the article: Reasoning and revelation in Sheikh Ahmad Ehsaee’s creed

[3] Abul Qasem Ibrahimi, Fehrest, Vol. 1, p. 115; Henry Corbin, Sheikism school from the viewpoint of Shiite divine wisdom, translated by Fereydoun Bahmanyar, p. 44.

[4] Abul Qasem Ibrahimi, Fehrest, Vol. 1, p. 115.

[5] Abul Qasem Ibrahimi, Fehrest, Vol. 1, p. 115; Henry Corbin, Sheikism school from the viewpoint of Shiite divine wisdom, translated by Fereydoun Bahmanyar, p. 44.

[6] Ibid

[7] Ibid, p. 45.

 

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