Part Two of a series on Swine Flu.
In Scranton, Pennysylvania, the campus of a local community college had recently been stricken with the H1N1 virus. After a few days of witnessing many of her classmates afflicted with this sickness, a Mrs. Raieesah Idris began to develop similar symptoms and was concerned that she had contracted H1N1.
Typically, swine flu onsets with a fever of greater than 100.4ºF along with two or more of the following: fatigue, headache, runny nose, sore throat, shortness of breath or cough, loss of appetite, aching muscles, and diarrhea or vomiting. Generically, the course of swine flu is mild but in some instances symptoms are very severe. The latter proved true in the case of Mrs. Idris as she acutely developed symptoms.
In one hour’s time, Raieesah progressed from feeling normal, to experiencing agonizing headaches and terrible leg and back pain, causing her to walk very slowly and hunched over. The pain syndrome was soon followed by extreme chills, high fever, vomiting and fatigue. At this point she became bedridden.
This condition lasted for many days. She attempted to self-treat with various flu medications, natural antibiotics, and herbal teas, without any noted decline in symptoms. Mrs. Idris then contacted Dr. Mubarik Ali Shah Gilani, founder of the El Gilani Methodology (EGM) treatment system, for a prescription. She was given a formula of invocations and recitation of holy scripture from the Quran. Soon after initiation of the prescription, her symptoms improved. She was able to get out of bed the next day, and the following week, she significantly recovered and was able to return to school full time.
We at The Islamic Post continue to propagate our commitment to the care of mankind and are always happy to report success stories of EGM, the scientifically, researched and time tested method of healing developed in the early 1970s. It has worldwide acclaim for curing diseases that have not been —or could not be— cured with other medical treatments.
The most recent scourge to fit this category is the H1N1 virus. This highly publicized variant of the normal flu virus has been causing severe disease worldwide. Currently there is no available medical cure for the H1N1 virus—colorfully known as “swine flu.” Though there are antiviral drugs used to treat the virus, they are often in short supply and have been relegated to use in hospital settings for patients with severe symptoms. Usually, those afflicted must wait and hope as their natural immunity fights the infection. As this virus is often associated with a high mortality rate, many have died in the interim, thus losing this battle.
There is yet hope on the horizon, as Sufi scientists have discovered that EGM—used for many other so called incurable diseases—has once again proven itself worthy of the title panacea, and is a cure for this disease.
There are numerous Muslim and non-Muslim witnesses to the astounding effects of EGM. Yet, it comes as no surprise that there has been opposition to the procedure. The problem lies in the way incurable diseases are perceived. Here, it is important to note the difference between disease and general illness. Disease involves conditions such as cancer, while general illness involves ailments like the common cold. These are often viewed as the same-processes that occur to the body. The true nature of disease, however, is that its usual affliction is due to spiritual deficiencies; whereas, general illness occurs as a normal process of wear and tear on the human form.
This difference of perception lies in the limitation in the idea of “science,” or man’s perception of the nature of created things. The fallacy in “science” is that it attempts to exclude the Creator from the equation. In doing so, how can one truly expect to fully grasp the reality of the created thing?
Then what is true science? True science is the understanding of created things as a reflection of the attributes of God as perceived by those who are in tune with Him. This perception cannot be learned and is endowed upon the person by the grace and mercy of the Creator.
When the etiology of disease is thus viewed in the correct perspective, it escapes the realm of hypothesis and conjecture that makes up the world of “science,” to the sphere of what is known in light of the true science.
When the treatment system EGM is seen from the perspective of “science,” it appears supernatural and unfathomable; yet seen from the guise of true science, it makes perfect sense. Therefore, looking at the scourge H1N1 in the appropriate perspective, one may see why the successes of EGM are logical.
Medically-trained physicians have fully experienced this dilemma of “science” vs. true science; but with deep, sincere reflection and the infinite mercy of the Almighty Creator, attaining the correct perspective to save humanity is possible.
As always, only by God, the Almighty and All Glorious, can we be healed.
For further information contact:
Dr. Jemille Smith,
Dean, Abdul Qadir Gilani Sufi Institute
Village of Holy Islamville
York, South Carolina 29745