they believe in magic and their are bahai in barbados all over the parishes you can only find in a secret passage way in under ground they have a rock with ablack mark on it they will give you magic only icf you believe in grass.
because the bahai religion is afraid that there are secrets that getting told to the outsideworld
A dedicated Bahai place of worship is called either - a Bahai temple or - a Bahai house of worship,or - a Mashriqu'l-Adhkar, which means, the place where the remembrace of God rises (the English equivalent would be, oratory).
The Baha'i believe that the Lord Jesus Is a Manifestation Of God. They believe the same regarding Muhammad & their own prophet Bahu-llah.
Probably somewhere around 7 million worldwide, as of 2012.
Bahá'ís, which means "followers of the Glory [of God]."
The Bahai Faith does not use any code in its scriptures, which everyone is encouraged to read for themselves. See the Bahai Reference Library for a good selection of Bahai scriptures, all for free. The Bahai community today also does not use codes, secret handshakes, etc..
Kathryn Jewett Hogenson has written: 'Lighting the Western sky' -- subject(s): History, Bahai Faith, Bahai pilgrims and pilgrimages 'Lighting the Western sky' -- subject(s): History, Bahai Faith, Bahai pilgrims and pilgrimages
A Bahai place of worship is called: 1) a Bahai house of worship, 2) a Bahai temple or 3) a Mashriqu'l-adhkar These are three different names for the same thing.