The scientific theories about embryology are very different from those developed by the Haqiqa on that topic. In this presentation, we will talk about the procreation process from the beginning of pregnancy to delivery.

From the embryonic stage to the development of the fetus

First and foremost, it is important to know that the sex of the future child is determined when the woman receives the drop of sperm. Then, two angels who will relay by 12 hours and who will continuously recite “Bismilahi” are sent. This goes on until the drop of the sperm becomes a blood clot. From that moment, two other angels come to replace the first two ones and recite to their turn “Ar-Rahman” according to the same schedule as the previous ones. When the flesh begins to form, two angels are sent to recite of “Ar-Rahîm”. This is how the child that is to be born is shaped from “Basmala” which is part of a human being. This is why before doing any act it is required for a Muslim to always say “Bismilahi Rahmani Rahîm”. That is the reason why is the Great Helper Pole insisted in starting with “Basmala” namely “Bismil-lâhi Rahmâni Rahîm” when we recite the first chapter of the Quran Sûrat Al-Fâtiha when performing our daily prayers.

As soon as the embryo is at the blood clot stage, two angels come to recite the name of Allah (SWT) “Yâ Salâmu” thousand times in the evening. This sacred name allows the secretion of amniotic fluid. This fluid protects the fetus from shocks and variation of temperature related to the mother’s diet. At the time of the bones formation, two angels come reciting the name “Yâ Khâliqu” for a period of 12 hours for each of them. In the context of a pregnancy conceived outside the sacred bonds of marriage, only the angels reciting the name “Yâ Salâmu” intervene in the process. The formation of the amniotic fluid for the protection of the child in the womb of the mother is very important. The non-participation of the above-mentioned angels will cause this child to be born with a light deficit that can only be compensated by the Zikr initiated by the Great Helper Pole, the Salâtul Fâtiha. The amniotic fluid gradually forms then, thanks to the recitation of the name of God “Yâ Salâmu” by the angels. This zikr creates veils covering the child in order to protect him from external aggressions. The name “Yâ Salâmu” means Peace.

The classical procedure: the fetus covered by a single veil

In the most common cases, only one veil covers the fetus. It is the veil of the name “Yâ Salâmu”. Whether the future person from that pregnancy will be Muslim, Jews, Christian or atheist, the zikr or recitation of the name of Allah (swt) “Yâ Salâmu” by the angels is common to all human beings. Such a reality finds its explanation in the fact that when Allah (SWT) asked the following question “Alastu bi Rabbikum” in other terms “Am I Not Your Lord?” all souls answered in the affirmative (Surah Al-A’raf [7:172]). This happened in the world named “Âlamul Arwâh”: the Universe of souls billions of years before the creation of the earthly world.

Three months before the delivery, the fetus starts to recite the name of Allah (SWT) with which he is covered. However, if the fetus is only covered by the name “Yâ Salâmu” he will recite it 500 times in the morning and 500 times in the evening along with the angels in charge of that task.

Those fetuses start their zikr at the beginning of their formation when they were blood clots. They may recite either “Allâhu, Ar Rahman, Ar Rahîm” or another name decreed by Allah (SWT). At this stage of gestation, they are allowed to make only the zikr of three names of God, which are As-Salam, Basmala or Lâ ilâha ilallâh. This will have an impact during the delivery knowing that everything should be fine if the fetus recites the Basmala. However, when a fetus recites Lâ ilâha ilallâh or the 100th name of Allah (SWT), the delivery will be more difficult.

The impact of children’s zikr on the evolution of the pregnancy

We are going to share with you some examples of Allah’s names and explain their impact on the child between the sixth and the last month of pregnancy. When a fetus makes a zikr of whatever name of Allah (SWT) that could be, he may get in a mystic trance. Since then, he starts moving in his mother’s womb. Fetuses who recite the name “Yâ Bâtinu” are usually born-dead. Moreover, the angels who come every night to recite the name “Yâ Salâmu” do not come from ‘Âlamul Malakût’ or the Universe of angels but they rather come from Barzakh the Universe where people who passed away are waiting for the Day of Judgement. Once born these children will be closer to Barzakh than to the Chahâda that is the earthly or sensitive world in which we are living.

When a fetus recites several names of Allah (SWT), this may result in an abortion before reaching the 70th name. There is also a name that, if recited, can cause abortion: this is the name “Yâ Muntaqimu”. If the Almighty, in his divine organization decides that this pregnancy will not come to an end, the fetus will recite this name.

The role of the mystical supervisors

The mystical supervisors who accompany the fetus during the gestation process and even after delivery have a solution in relation to these aforesaid phenomena. They can recite thousands of times the divine name “Yâ Barru” and blow it on the mother’s womb in order to avoid abortion. This name is able to block the arrival of the name of “Yâ Muntaqimu”, regulate the reciting of the 70th name of Allah (SWT) by the fetus, and bring it back to 69.

During pregnancy, amazing things not suspected by the surroundings happen in the woman womb. The woman herself cannot imagine the mystic organization that unroll in her womb.

The Birth

Regarding babies that will not be Muslims or believers, they will be, however, accompanied by the angels for 7 days. They will together recite Basmala three times a day, in the morning, in the middle of the day and in the evening. If the baby will be a Muslim, the mystic supervisors will make him recite Basmala, which means “Bismil Lâhi Rahmâni Rahîmi” 70 times for 7 days. That can be at any time in the day, there is not a fixed time for them to do so. Moreover, in a metaphorical way, the baby is like a recording tape, which keeps all the zikr he did when he was in his mother’s womb. It is now up to the parents to preserve the content of it and improve their child’s education.

During the day of the naming ceremony, whatever people do may have an impact, either positive or negative, on the content of what has been recorded by the fetus soul during pregnancy. If Koran verses are recited or religious talks are spread during the naming ceremony, the baby will be lucky to keep his light and grow up with it. Otherwise, when his parents opted for music in that very important day (ceremony), the light it (baby) stored in its mother’s womb will switch off progressively unless mystical supervisors come back at some point of its life to look after him until the moment they entrust him with a mystical master. The family environment may in certain cases stop the spiritual advancement process of the child.

However, those who used to recite Basmala and the hundredth name of Allah (SWT) known as “Al Ismul-lâhil Ahzam” in their mothers’ womb will be followed after birth by the mystical supervisors. Even if the baby was born in a non-believer family they can manage to put him in a more favorable environment for his spiritual development.

This is how the child’s development process unfolds during pregnancy and after birth. Let us add to this that, it is not surprising to see some children crying at night, as they no longer have the opportunity to perform the zikr they used to do together with angels from their conception until the days following their birth.