Sai Baba of Shirdi
It’s hard to believe that the events and the ebb & flow
of the First World War
were directed from a small tin shed
near a dusty dirt road
in a poor, remote village in Maharashtra, India.
Each night this fakir would enter the ghous state
completely dismembering the different parts of the body
which levitated in the air of his mosque
only to reunite with the rest of his body in the morning
once that aspect of his work was finished.
It is said that in this way the Qutub,
and Perfect Master,
directed the carnage on the fields of flanders.
from over six thousand miles away.
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