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The Rawandic Path and Its Foundations 


Rawandaism is the beacon that directs human beings to manage their lives by activating two fundamental pillars: reason and unbiased knowledge.  This Rwandan approach is what the true God (the spirit of the universe) inspired for human beings when he gave them the awareness and reasoning to know, using their mature minds, the secrets and wonders of life that surround them, what he summarises in  his book Al-Baian – Chapter five ‘The Mind’, verse 2 which says; "I have given you, man, the most magnificent tool in this world, I have given you the mind to realise that I am the maker of the universe, I am the creator of everything” 

Rawandians believe in the existence of a supreme being (nicknamed the Rawandi God – by a definition). He is the one and only genuine God. In Chapter 2 of his book Al-Baian, He provided us with a concise overview of Himself, stating; "He is the universe's supreme ruler and a merciful and kind being. He was not born of anyone, nor did He have any children of His own. He is eternal in his being. He is unmatched and not limited by space or time."

In order to coexist peacefully and reassuringly in this world and to achieve permanent happiness in the afterlife, the God of the universe did not speak with men to demand their loyalty or worship but rather to inform them of the proper path to take.

What do the Rawandians believe in?

The Rawandians believe that the God of the universe has specific characteristics and qualities, as stated in Al-Baian. His self-characteristics are stated in Chapter Two of Al-Baian, and His descriptive characteristics are omnipotent, omniscient, wise, just, and privileged in his pre-eminence.

The three things that the Rwandan mind is unable to comprehend are as follows:

1. The origin, source, or cause of God 

2. Eternity, or the beginning of existence 

3. Infinity, or End of Existence

These things we accept without realizing their existence, and this is what we acknowledge to be the submission, or the accepted belief of the Rawandi, but we do not deny those who believe, or are convinced, otherwise.

The Rawandians do not believe in the existence of angels, demons, a divine throne, or a bearer of a throne because the omniscient God does not need any of these so-called beings, and if he commits himself to their existence or the need for them, this is a sign of his inferiority, which is contrary to his ability and perfection.

The Rawandians do not believe that God needs apostles or prophets, for he is omnipotent, knowledgeable, and wise enough to deliver his message to mankind in any way he wishes, and as he wishes, without committing himself to the apostles and prophets.

Reference to the Ethics of Rawandians

The Rawandian ethics are taken from Al-Baian book (The Rawandians’ Bible or Quran) and are based on the following provisions:

  1. With knowledge and reason, we can engage with everything around us voluntarily and without being forced to do so. For us, the human beings, we should try to interact with our surroundings in every positive way. We have a high capability to think clearly and establish our own rules based on knowledge of human nature, natural laws, and scientific experimentation.

  2. Our laws should protect the weak, support the oppressed, deter the aggressor, and guide the wrongdoer. 

  3. It should not prevent one from upholding one’s right by coercion or benefit.

  4. Being a sinner is not harmful, because it is part of human nature. However, one should take care that their sin does not affect them or other people. If you live a good and moral life, you will enjoy the earthly life’s contentment and be blessed with eternal bliss in the afterlife.

  5. Spend as much of your money as you can with charity and your closest ones are the first to give.

  6. Keep hatred and revenge away from your mind and purify your bodies before your minds.

  7. Don't be arrogant and transcendent.

  8. Do not lie and do not be a hypocrite.

  9. Be optimistic about the good and do not initiate abuse and evil.

  10. Be fair with your inheritance. Do not be biased in your assignment unless you have clear evidence of doing so.

What are the categories of human beings in the belief of Rawandians?

The Rwandan belief classifies humans into five categories.

  1. Rawandi who believe in the spirit of the universe (God of the universe)

  2. The person who is an atheist, or a denier of the God of the universe.

  3. A person who follows anther faith or religion.

  4. The seeker of existential truth or evidence, beyond the visible universe (mystical faith).

  5. Those who are hostile to the Rawandi approach and denying human rights. From this category emerges the oppressor, the aggressor, the authoritarian, and the tyrant. 

Rawandians position on human categories

The Rawandians tolerate all people, regardless of their religious or philosophical beliefs. Rawandians believe that the God of the universe has endowed many people with the ability of denial and unbelief, including atheists and deniers of the Rawandi book. If such a disagreement over faith results in any insult, threat, or abuse, it is important to respond to the offender using reason and knowledge by implementing the penalty of a fine or imprisonment first to prevent injury, and then to restore so that the hurt and abuse do not occur again.

The Five Golden Rules of Rawandians

  1. The intellectual advancement to gain knowledge and sustain unbiased conscience is as necessary to people as their food and drink. To advance intellectually is to seek perfection in the knowledge of how to behave positively and morally with yourself and everyone around you in this world including animals and nature.

  2. Do not believe everything you hear and believe half of what you see, the ear is not a criterion for truth and the eye is not a microscope for evidence. 

  3. Treat others as you would like them to treat you and give them better than you expect them to offer you.

  4. The meaning of life is that every moment one participates in what is positive and gives everything one can to benefit others.

  5. All that you possess in this life of matter and body is a trust borrowed from the God of the universe, who will take back from you sooner or later.

Rules and Worships

There are two basic laws in Rawandiasim, namely those dealing with human beings, inheritance, and material ownership. 

Dealing with human beings is the basis of peaceful coexistence. The distribution of inheritance and possession is the main motive for hatred, enmity, and dominance, if it is not done fairly and benevolently.

The God of the universe does not need any kind of worship or submission. 

In Rawandiaism, there is no prayer, fasting, or obligation to perform distinctive rituals needed to appease the God of the universe because He is above all such requirements.

Emotional interaction and body pleasure: 

Sexual interaction is a natural right of every human being, but any sexual intercourse must take place without coercion or exploitation, and the participant, male or female, must be at least sixteen years of age. Everything that results from the body's cohabitation should be equally the responsibility of both parties.

Reward and punishment

The God of the universe, in his wisdom and justice, invoked all punishments and rewards among humans, through man, giving him the capacity for great awareness, perception, and creativity, as well as the absolute knowledge that enables him to distinguish between good and bad. 

We can clearly see in Al-Baian that any punishment must be preventive and guiding rather than abusive, harsh, or damaging.

Al-Baian goes on to say that if the oppressor or aggressor escapes the penalty of the world, the God of the universe will utilise his justice to more than make up for the losses suffered by the oppressed people (reassurance - happiness - awareness and intellectual advancement to deal positively with encountered sufferings or damages).

On the day of the assembly, the Creator of the Universe will deal with those oppressors and aggressors who eluded human judgement and justice in a just and wise way.

The dilemma of good and evil

The conflict between good and evil is known to the Rawandians, and they have no trouble understanding this aspect. Its impacts can be observed in daily life in the form of sicknesses, deformities, pain, loss, injustice, and natural calamities that harm people without cause or justification. What is the root of our problems? Why do those who practise corruption seem to reap the greatest benefits, such as success and fortune, while those who practise faith seem to suffer?

According to the Rawandians, there are two things that can cause evil to manifest in human existence. First, the damage that man has unintentionally, or consciously, inflicted, including his cognitive limitations in the battle against diseases, potential distortions, and many harmful natural systems that have a significant negative impact on human life and wellbeing.

The second factor is the God of the universe actively activating bad phenomena without allowing man to control them. Through this activation, God gives man several opportunities to confront his unfair fate and to develop the physical and emotional skills necessary for survival.

As a result, we can see how the contrast between good and evil helps us comprehend how both have a positive influence on human nature by appealing to its yearning for improvement and optimism.

Let me quote what Al-Baian says in the dilemma of good and evil:

With My wisdom, I have placed in you the connotations of good and evil so that you may know the meanings of good and the disadvantages of harm. The animals prey on each other, and man assaults and dominates other humans. Life gives from its bliss many goods and pours out of the hell of its anger which baffles and amazes 🕸 

Think and manage your behaviour, to increase your giving with kindness and keep away from you as much evil and corruption as possible 🕸

I, the God of the universe, destined for good to ultimately overwhelm evil, so preventing the aggressors from doing harm and therefore strive to be one of the benefactors who are a shield and protection for the weak and oppressed 🕸

Fate and Destiny

Al-Baian makes plain the idea of fate and destiny, and the following statement sums it up:

Based on his complete understanding of the outcomes of human events, the God of the universe carefully chose the course and manner in which life and all connected matters should behave and interact within his universe. Although God controls what he believes is best for everyone, including us human beings, we have complete freedom to choose how to live our lives while still being in this world. We have the amazing ability to experience life and respond to it in an unbiased and original way, thanks to our intelligence, reasoning, and scientific understanding.

We have the freedom to engage, think, and make use of everything around us. To better understand the concept of fate and destiny, we can also keep in mind the pertinent advice that has been revealed to us in Al-Baian, where it says; “ I put hatred in you so that it would become love, I inflicted injustice on you so that you would understand the value of justice, I instilled selfishness in you so that you would commit yourself to helping others." Some of you have a tendency toward injustice and violence, while others have a tendency toward goodness and kindness. In the end, each of you was predestined to behave in a specific manner that would fit into the overall harmonious structure that I had chosen to establish in your world”.

In justice and benevolence, you will see elevation and tranquillity, and you will find injustice, abuse, and tyranny. I gave you the splendour of reason and prepared you to accommodate the springs of science and knowledge to enjoy the challenges and prosper with hope. There will be good benefactors among you, and there will also be some tyrannical oppressors amongst you. Your goodness and love will eventually overwhelm injustice and wrongdoing. In retribution, you have a purpose, so rule the earth and do good. This way, you will find happiness and bliss. Punish the oppressor with the highest degree of justice to curb any apparent harm and to deter the oppressor from his injustice and tyranny. 

In the precreation tablet that I had assigned for human destiny, I know the outcome of every human being who is destined to live on earth. I gave you a miraculous mind to enable you to make your best choice about the outcome. All of you will make mistakes, and such actions will be part of human nature. Those who make mistakes should make out of their mistakes candles that illuminate their march forward. Everyone has been prepared to do what he or she is destined to do, to achieve what you are all eager to achieve with the support of hope, ambition, joy, and the persistence to survive well. 

Faith and denial

A Rawandiaism adherent will experience great peace on earth and will be granted eternal bliss in the hereafter. People who reject the existence of the creator of the universe are allowed to behave in accordance with their free will, and some are expected to do so because God has endowed them with the capacity for atheism or denial.

Our true God gave us an unconditional choice; therefore, it would not be just to be given the freedom of choice and then punished for whatever choice you have made. Furthermore, God does not require human faith, therefore atheists, or those who reject Al-Baian's teachings, will not be punished for their actions.

Life, Death and Beyond Death

Al-Baian declares, "I am the true God, the one who created life and provided the foundation for everything. I am the one who provides life, and when the time comes, I am the one who takes life. I act in both directions wilfully because, according to my vast knowledge and wisdom, everything is designed to work out that way. Look at who you are today and how you developed after starting off as the tiniest particle of existence. I created life from a simple thing, built plants from that, then created animals, and from the animals I evolved humans to flourish into a special blend in terms of appearance, perception, and creativity.

In the faith of the Rawandians, death is not a tragedy. It is the last stop for the Rawandians, where he or she returns the life’s consignment to its owner (the true God). After death, we believe that we will be in the hands of a merciful, gracious, and just God who rewards generosity with limitless giving and deals with wrongdoers, criminals, and oppressors in a way that reflects His infinite justice and wisdom. 

Al-Baian Scripture, The Rawandi Bible 

The essential knowledge included in the Al-Baian scripture can be related to reason, allowing individuals to recognise and use it as a rational strategy to coexist happily. It is a unique epistemological work with a clear message that is adaptable to being developed and updated by reason and the support of evolving knowledge, ensuring the validity of its lessons at all times.

What Al-Baian is all about is outlined in Chapter One (the primary entrance of Al-Baian): 

1. A book that I, the true God, gave to inspire everyone, especially those who value kindness and creativity 🕸 2. Contents that are precise and transparent and align with morality and high standards of human decency 🕸 3. Its meanings advance morality and knowledge 🕸 4. In my own language, I inspired this to earlier wise individuals who were seeking the truth 🕸 5. Pass this Scripture to those who want to find the truth, but do not commit to it those who wish to ignore or deny it 🕸 6. Glory to the Creator of the universe, and as you watch the universe change, you should plainly see how Mighty God is and how beautiful his creation is 🕸 7. You should observe the amazing wonders that God has given you, so consider this and grow into what I intended you to be: an extension of My greatness in heaven 🕸

The 17 chapters of the Al-Baian text have the following headings:

1. The main gate 🕸 2. The One God 🕸 3. Creation 🕸 4. Pre-assigned destinies 🕸 5. Human Mind 🕸 6. Life 🕸 7. Good and Evil 🕸 8. Reassurance 🕸 9. Communication 🕸 10. Women 🕸 11. Ten Rules 🕸 12. Knowledge 🕸 13. Your rituals 🕸 14. Life and Death   🕸 15. Faith 🕸 16. Humanity 🕸 17. Kindness and retribution 🕸

The origin of Rawandiaism 

The Rawandians consider Rawandiasim to be the original religion, from which all others have descended. Some religions, like Buddhism, Taoism, and Baha'i, adopted the core principles of spirituality and virtue of Rawandiasim, while others misrepresented and manipulated the Rawandiasim faith to serve their own political or personal purposes, as Al-Baian claims in Chapter 15:

"You will hear and witness many claims that this universe has creators and / or masterminds other than me. Some of them claim that the universe has a creator named Allah who has many qualities, and that he communicated with people through certain apostles and prophets, mainly two outstanding figures. The first claiming to be Christ, the Son of God, sent to mankind to redeem it from its sins. The second, claiming to be the chosen messenger of God (Allah) to whom many advantages were allocated including a miraculous heavenly book, the acquisition of any woman he desires, including minors, and having the foreground of intercession on a day that was said to be the day of resurrection and judgement. This messenger would be rewarded with a river of exquisite water, called al-Kawther, in a paradise that was claimed to extend between the heavens and the earth. 

In addition, Allah would obligate all his followers to obey him without question and to always bless and greet him with peace and prayer, both during his lifetime and after his death. Allah would also grant this prophet a fifth of his followers' war spoils and refer to him as the seal of the messengers from heaven to earth. The True God has warned us about these false faiths and given us instructions on how to spot them.

Al-Baian declares. "Those who assert that they are gods or the universe's creators can be judged by applying knowledge and common reason, and you will undoubtedly discover that what they asserted was wrong. You will discover that they frequently use foolish, ridiculous, and filthy language. All those who disagree with them or refute their claims are threatened. They openly meddle in human affairs with their laws. Their scriptures contain several illogical, offensive, and perplexing claims.”

Their teachings serve as a large platform for self-proclamation and for individuals who were chosen to be their apostles and who professed to be the best humans on earth.

Muaz al-Rawandi, who lived roughly two thousand years BC, was the first to be taught Al-Baian (inspired by the true God) in the language of his day. Following him was the leader Tariq al-Rawandi, around 950 BC, who is thought to have been inspired by the same teachings of Al-Baian in the language of his time, which is said to be Sumerian. Then came the leader Nidal al-Rawandi, around 50 BC, who declared that he had also received Al-Baian scripture, the teachings of which correspond to those passed on to the previous Rawandian leaders.

Ahmad Abu al-Hassan al-Rawandi, who lived in the latter part of the ninth century AD, was the final pioneer to acquire Al-Baian. At that time, Al-Baian was published in Arabic, but so-called Islamic scholars who adhered to the Sunni branch of Islam destroyed every copy of Al-Baian.

The prominent Rawandian Ms. Yusra Aqeel, who is of Syrian descent, told us that she, in the late 20th century, had drawn inspiration from the Al-Baian scripture, whose descriptive content was comparable to that cited by the leader Abu al-Hassan Al-Rawandi. 

I see myself as the modest mediator who, through mediation and spiritual insight, has been given inspiration for the same scripture. 

I am releasing it here to spread this important knowledge to all who aspire to follow a clear, logical route toward kindness and righteousness. I am happy to choose Al-Baian as a logical and unbiased strategy for peaceful coexistence among humans. I am proud to be a Rwandan.

How many Rawandians are there, who are they, and how does one become one?

The numbers of Rawandians cannot be quantified. However, pioneers of intellectual advancement and anyone who possesses a sound mind, and the basics of unbiased knowledge can be considered a Rawandian. 

You can spot Rawandians in many European countries, Middle Eastern countries, Asian countries, and the Americas. Rawandians are not obliged to proclaim their faith, and if they do so, it is out of kindness driven by their human conscience. 

How does someone become a Rawandian?

By impartially and objectively reading Al-Baian (the Rawandian Bible), comprehending its content, and adhering to its precepts.

Al-Baian – The Rawandians` Bible

The last scripture that inspired by the honest pioneer 

Abu Al-Hassan Al-Rawandi

 May his soul rest in peace

1- The main gate 🕸 2- The One God 🕸 3- Creation 🕸 4- pre-assigned destinies 🕸 5- Human Mind   🕸 6- Life   🕸 7- Good and Evil 🕸 8- Fulfilment 🕸 9- Communication 🕸 10- Women 🕸 11- Ten Rules 🕸 12- Knowledge 🕸 13- Your rituals 🕸 14- Life and Death   🕸 15- Faith 🕸 16- Humanity 🕸 17- Kindness and retribution 🕸

​1. The main gate

1. A book that I, the God of the universe, delivered to inspire everyone, especially those who value kindness and creativity 🕸 

2. It is clear in its contents, which coincide with righteousness and a high level of human principles 🕸 

3. Its meanings promote morality and knowledge 🕸 

4. This is what I inspired to previous people of knowledge who were seeking the truth, each in his own tongue🕸 

5. Pass this Scripture to those who seek the truth but do not commit to it those who wish to ignore or deny it 🕸 

6. Glory to the God of the universe everywhere, and as you watch the universe change, you should plainly see how mighty God is and how beautiful his creation is 🕸 

7. In yourselves you should see the dazzling miracles that God placed in you, so think and reflect and become, as I wanted you, an extension of My greatness in heaven 🕸

2. Who is God? 

  1. He is the one and only God 🕸 

  2. The Omniscient, The Omnipotent, The All-Wise, The All-Just 🕸 

  3. Eternal in His existence and He is unparalleled 🕸 

  4. He is not confined to time or place 🕸 

We have a brief description of the God that we believe in from the pioneer Abu al-Hassan al-Rawandi:

He is the God of the universe. He is complete in himself, the beginning, and the end. There is nothing like Him, His presence is eternal, and the human intellect is unable to comprehend His existence. He is not restricted by space or time. His five primary qualities are being All-Mighty, the All- Knowing, All-Wise, All-Just, and the one who is beyond everything and whose existence is beyond human comprehension. 

3. Creation 

  1. By my capability and wisdom, I created the universe and equipped it with laws to manage its affairs so that you could appreciate that I am the mastermind, the God who is All-Knowing and All-Wise 🕸

  2. I created the non-living object and the plant and from them I emerged animals and humans, some of my marvellous creations you realised and admired and in many you are still wondering and puzzled of their great features. 🕸

  3. A spacious universe that I created to look infinite to you to know the immensity of my creativity, and with it you see proof of my existence 🕸

  4. I exist everywhere. You see me in yourselves and in everything around you 🕸

  5. I am the maker, I am the world, and I am the goodness 🕸

4. Pre-assigned destinies

  1. ​Let it be known that the universe's creator, God, is the one who carefully prepared what would transpire in people's lives as well as the activities and deeds that would occur in the world. Based on My complete awareness of the outcomes of everything that exists in the universe. The beginning, end, and afterlife of your existence are all predetermined, but while you, the people, are on earth, you have power over the choices you make and the actions that will be taken. Manage your affairs by using your mental strength and the resources of limitless knowledge I provided you 🕸

  2. I instilled the value of justice in your hearts through experience of injustice. 

  3. I induced selfishness into you so that you would dedicate yourself to giving, and I induced anger into you so that you would be magnificent in loving 🕸

  4. Some of you have been prepared to be righteous and kind, and some of you have been prepared to commit injustice and aggression. All of you are destined for certain tasks, and all of you can influence and can be influenced by your surroundings so that the end results would correspond to what I had already destined 🕸

  5. You will find abuse, suffering, and tyranny in injustice but elevation and peace in justice and kindness 🕸

  6. I equipped you with limitless knowledge and the power of the mind so that you might tackle life's obstacles with joy blended with unwavering hope 🕸

  7. There will be good and benevolent among you, and there will be among you the oppressors and tyrants 🕸

  8. I have instilled decency and love in you so that you will be generous and that good will ultimately triumph over evil and injustice 🕸

  9. You can dominate the globe with peace and happiness if you treat one another fairly and behave morally 🕸

  10. Treat the oppressor with the utmost fairness in order to stop him from doing wrong and oppose his tyranny 🕸

  11. People may try to evade justice, but since I am the wisest, the righteous, and the one who knows what is better, I will provide those who have lost loved ones to abuse and injustice much more peace and happiness in this life as well as eternal bliss in the hereafter 🕸

  12. I am aware of the outcome for every person who has ever lived or will ever live on this earth. I gave you the knowledge and the reason to face your challenges, to learn from your mistakes, which you will all inevitably do, and from those mistakes you construct the candles that will light your way and guide your behaviour in life 🕸

  13. Everyone follows the instructions I have given them to fulfil their purpose for being here, to pursue their aspirations, hopes, and enjoyment in life 🕸

5. Mind

  1. ​I gave the most magnificent tool there is to humankind! 🕸

  2. I gave them the intellect and awareness to understand that I am the founder, the maker, and the creator 🕸

  3. With the help of the mind, you can do great things, but the mind can also deceive you and turn you into a tyrant or other destructive person 🕸

  4. You have power over whatever you do, you may be satisfied, and you are blessed. Your powerful mind is the cause of everything 🕸

  5. I granted you the option to believe or doubt, to be kind or cruel, but in the end, you are all destined for different things, and I will treat you all properly in accordance with my unwavering wisdom, power, and fairness 🕸

6. Life

  1. I am the one who gave birth to all things and established their origins and endings in accordance with my will, wisdom, and unshakeable knowledge. I am the one who creates life, and I am the one who puts you to death when the time comes 🕸

  2. Look at who you are and how you developed from being one of the tiny things in existence 🕸

  3. From a single entity, I created life that I moulded to interact and give rise to amazing types of little and large creatures. I evolved the human from a tiny living   creature, giving him a special combination of features for his appearance, perception, and creativity 🕸

7. Good and evil

  1. I have implanted good and evil in you so that you may understand the significance of kindness and the drawbacks of harm. Life provides you many gifts from its bright side and pours out of the pit of its rage many dreadful things that confound and astonish you. The animals prey on each other, and man assaults and dominates other humans 🕸

  2. Think and use your imagination to boost your acts of kindness and ward off as much evil and corruption as you can 🕸 

  3. I foresaw that virtue will ultimately triumph over evil, so do what you can. Strive to keep the peace and work to be good people who will stand up for the vulnerable and oppressed 🕸

8. Fulfilment

  1. ​I implanted wickedness in you along with kindness so you might see the effects that both goodness and immorality have on you 🕸

  2. Your best defence should be a strong mind. When you contemplate and meditate, your mental clarity should be exceptional. You will enjoy upholding your belief and overcoming excessively enticing greed 🕸

  3. Be kind to one another, take pleasure in the happiness of this world, and strive to achieve the eternal bliss that I will provide in accordance with my wisdom and justice in the afterlife 🕸

  4. Work together for justice and anything that will make it easier for you to run your world's affairs.

  5. Face challenges head-on and abstain from hatred, injustice, and violence 🕸

9. Communication

  1. I gave you the tongue and the mind so they may come to know one another and support one another 🕸

  2. Things can be investigated using the power of the mind to learn the secrets and lessons they contain 🕸

  3. You will inevitably make mistakes, but use them as a guide to help you advance and improve your affairs for the perfection of love and pleasure 🕸

  4. Respect every human being and deal with animal compassionately 🕸 

  5. Take care of the elderly, love your children, respect your parents and other family members, and show kindness and generosity to one another 🕸

10. Women

  1. ​I put a great deal of love, passion, and care into women. They are an extension of my giving. In them you will see a lot of the splendour of life and mystery of what I have done 🕸

  2. Because women have been conditioned to sacrifice and give, they have an advantage over men. When they give, they don't look for recognition or favours in return 🕸

  3. Women and men are equal in all their rights and responsibilities. There should be no discrimination, nor favouritism of male over female 🕸

  4. Your wives are your partners. Let your interactions with one another in life be guided by justice and kindness. Take a step back and give yourself time to think things over if you and your partner have a significant disagreement that you are unable to resolve. After a break, if there is still no sign of a solution, a divorce by mutual consent could take place without the use of force or hostility. Have three mature and righteous persons to rule between you to part in good faith without grievance or animosity. Let a known and appointed judge be the final witness of your divorce 🕸

  5. Do not let disagreements between you have a negative impact on your children. Women have the legal right to be a child's guardian, but they should not incite their children to hate or rebel against their father. Such behaviour is cruel and evil 🕸

  6.  Be amicable, forgiving and kind in dealing with each other 🕸

11. Provisions 

  1. I gave you, people, the miracle of your mind and provided you with a wealth of knowledge, so that you could manage and master your worldly affairs 🕸

  2. Let your own regulations and laws protect the weak, support the oppressed, deter the aggressor, guide the wrongdoer, and provide you with stability and happiness in life 🕸

  3. Coercions, or benefits, should not prevent you from upholding the truth. Do justice whenever and wherever you are. If you disagree with an order or judgement, let those people of knowledge and wisdom, at least three persons, cast their decisions of the final rule 🕸

  4. You are bound to make mistakes, unintentionally. Let your mistakes be the candles to enlighten your future, in order to live in peace with each other, to share happiness, and tranquillity on earth. I will also grant you the afterlife happiness in my neighbourhood along with those you were close to and loved in your world🕸 

  5. Spend as much of your money as you can in charity and let the closest ones be your priority in giving 🕸

  6. Purify yourselves from hatred and revenge, look after your bodies, clean them well and purify them along with your minds 🕸 

  7. Do not be arrogant, mean, and selfish 🕸 

  8. Avoid lies and hypocrisy 🕸

  9. Equip yourselves with kindness, be always optimistic and positive and do not connect your thoughts with abuse, wrongdoing and evil 🕸

  10. Be fair in your wills, if you are to leave one, between males and females. If the deceased left a wife or a husband, they shall have precedence over what has been left, unless they have a father, mother, or benevolent adopter. The parents, or one of them, or the one who has undertaken care and upbringing shall have one third of what has been left before any will after covering all debts associated with the deceased. If there is no wife, husband, or children, then what is left should be assigned to brothers and sisters, if there are no brothers or sisters, then the inheritance should be equally divided between aunts and uncles. If the deceased is not succeeded by uncles, aunts, then distribute equally among the sons and daughters of the uncles and aunts. If the deceased has no partner, mother, father, brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts, or cousins, then distribute the inheritance among relatives, prioritising the closest ones, and ensure that the process of distribution and the amount handed over be attested by three righteous people. 

  11. If no relatives are available, return the remaining fund from the inheritance capital to the community's treasury to be spent on what is beneficial to them after executing a will and/or covering any existing debt.

12. Knowledge

  1. I provided you with knowledge to be an excellent tool for the mind to use and progress. I created precise and fine-tuned laws to govern the universe. All that is for you to enrich your minds and knowledge 🕸

  2. By knowing yourselves and investigating the universe, you will realise that I am the manufacturer, and I am the all-mighty, and I am the all-wise 🕸

  3. Consider, infer, and share what you know, for benefactors are those who have been generous with what they have gained in terms of knowledge and progress. Learning and achieving knowledge is the right of everyone, without exception or exclusion 🕸

  4. Connect with the people around you and share all knowledge so that peace and justice may prevail 🕸 

13. Your rituals​

  1. I do not demand worship, and I don't force anybody to perform it 🕸

  2. Contemplate in the kingdom of heaven and the splendour of the earth, look at yourselves to see my wonders that will make you appreciate me, your God who supports and gives you tranquillity and joy 🕸

  3. In giving, you feel the essence of worship, and whoever has enriched his mind with positive thoughts and the perfection of humanity and humbleness, should reach the essence of happiness, contentment, and reassurance 🕸

  4. Reach out to each other, visit your relatives and friends, be kind to them, and offer them support as you would like it to be presented to you 🕸

  5. You are equal before justice 🕸

  6. You are all shepherds and all of you are responsible for his flock, none of you should bear the burdens of another 🕸 

14. Death and after death

  1. Every living being has a predetermined time to live, and every beginning in the world has an end 🕸

  2. Your lives are pre-assigned, some for short periods and some for many years 🕸

  3. All life terms have been assigned in line with my wise plan of which the virtue may be recognized and appreciated by you sooner or later 🕸 

  4. If you compete, then let it be in the level of purity, kindness, and charity, for you are the perfection of this universe, and the universe is part of my will in elevation and perfection 🕸.

  5. The day of the gathering is a promise to come. I have assigned it to extend justice for you, to compensate the oppressed and sufferers many times more than that which diminished their rights in life 🕸.

  6. Everyone on the day of the gathering is equal, and everyone will be rewarded for what he, or she, has offered in his, or her, worldly life, the tasks I assigned to you to accomplish, to compete, to differ, to challenge, to suffer, and to appreciate goodness and fulfilment 🕸

15. Faith

  1. Whoever believes in me and sees sense in Al-Baian without seeing me, has a share of the reward, the happiness of the world and the happiness of the afterlife 🕸

  2. There is no harm to those who deny me or deny my message. I am fully aware of your faith, believers, and non-believers. You are all the same to me. I am the master of the world. I am the one who made you as part of me on earth and I desire no benefit from your existence, nor am I in need of your faith or worship 🕸 

  3. You will hear and witness many claims that this universe has a creator and mastermind, or creators and masterminds, other than me 🕸

  4. Some of them claim that the universe was created by a unique god called Allah, claimed to be all-mighty, and has many credentials and virtues. He communicates with humans through people who were said to be his apostles and prophets 🕸

  5. Allah would specifically refer to two distinguished characters, one claiming to be the son of Allah sent to mankind to redeem it from its sins, and the other claiming to be a prophet from God to whom many advantages were allocated, including a miraculous heavenly book, and the acquisition of any woman he desired, including minors. He is at the forefront of intercession on what is said to be the day of judgement, where he would be rewarded with a river of exquisite water called al-Kawther, prepared in paradise for him. Allah would also grant this prophet a fifth share of any spoils gained by his followers. This person would be called the seal of the messengers from heaven to earth and would have a vocation in the kingdom of Allah in heaven. Allah will oblige all his followers to permanently salute and pray for him in his life and after his death 🕸

  6. Judge the claims of those who assert that the universe has a maker other than me, with reason and knowledge, to find what they claim to be misguided and invalid 🕸

  7. Their laws and statements are often absurd, unwise, and contain a lot of misexpression and vulgar words 🕸

  8. They threaten all those who disagree with them or deny them what they claim 🕸 

  9. In their laws there is a blatant interference in the affairs of human beings, and it has absurdities, serious mistakes, and contradictions 🕸

  10. Their messages are a platform of self-proclamation and for those whom they assigned to be their so-called clear tongues on earth 🕸

​16. Human

  1. I gave you three reasons to hold on to life: to own and control, to indulge in luxury and procreate, and to rule and strive for superiority. I have also induced resentment, hostility, and retaliation in you 🕸

  2. Show kindness and maintain your integrity 🕸

  3. Utilise your intellects and the knowledge you have acquired to defend yourself and others from injustice and aggression 🕸

  4. You have a sermon in death since every beginning in life has an end, and you should be aware that your ages are determined by your acts and not by how many years you have lived 🕸

17. Reward and Reprimand

  1. Retribution can only be found by utilising your thoughts and objective knowledge 🕸

  2. In addition, you should take serious action against oppressors and criminals to stop them from hurting and abusing others. When dealing with criminals and wrongdoers, avoid using violence and always be gracious but vigilant. With all the knowledge you have attained and the rules and decisions you have made, defend the helpless and oppressed people 🕸

  3. Let the basis of your judgement be justice and kindness. What offends one of you is often offensive to others and could have disastrous consequences 🕸

  4. Every matter has an exception, so deal with violators rationally, wisely and cooperate to reduce harm and cleanse your souls of injustice and aggression 🕸

  5. Those who believe in me, in addition to the blessings I bestow upon them in this life, will live a happy life that no one has ever imagined. This reward is part of my justice, knowledge, and benevolence 🕸

Basics of the difference between the Rawandian path and other religions

  1. According to the Rawandians, all their excellent and admirable qualities—both subjective and behavioural—come from being a part of the All-Perfect God of the universe, of whom they are proud.

  2. According to the Rawandic doctrine, God does not require angels and is not compelled to create jinn or devils.

  3. God is independent of a throne. He does not require hell to punish people because His Justice is based on encouraging reformation, rather than tormenting and suffering.

  4. God does not require apostles or prophets. He can communicate with people directly, via the use of his absolute authority whenever and however he pleases, without relying on intermediaries or messengers. Every Rawandian can be a prophet.

  5. Women are equal to males in terms of duty and rights, but they are superior to men in terms of giving and human ethics.

  6. The male inherits similarly to the female without any distinction.

  7. Any physical contact between people must be consensual, and the cohabitants must be at least 16 years old. Both parties must also accept full responsibility for any consequences that may arise from the relationship.

  8. The ten regulations form the foundation of Rawandians ethics.

  9. There is no worshiping or ceremony, since doing so is seen as an insult and an act of enslavement that shows contempt for the universe's creator.

  10. According to Rawandians, prayer is a foolish sort of begging. It is an insult to the true God, Almighty Creator, who made mankind an important part of His exquisite creation. The prayer for the

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