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Thirdly, Glorification will replace humiliation. All the pent-up Infinity in Me will splash and spread over the Universe."

 

Baba then called for Donkin and said to him that what followed was important, that he must grasp it and convey it over the microphone. Donkin then spoke the following: "Baba wants to use a simile about the atom bomb. Just as an atom bomb, which in itself is so small, when exploded, causes tremendous havoc, so, when He breaks His Silence, the universal spiritual upheaval that will take place will be something that no one can describe. It will happen in a second, at a time when nobody expects it. Just as when an earthquake takes place suddenly, when no one is ready, and no one can do anything, but everyone in the affected area feels it, so the breaking of My Silence will create a spiritual upheaval and everyone will feel it in his heart.

 

“And, unbelievable as it may seem, My universal Glorification will not be manifested very near My physical Presence, wherever I may then be. At the time of My Glorification, all will feel it throughout the world, but those who are around Me will not be affected. They who will be there will not be merely disinterested in Baba, they will actually be hostile. For example, I may then be in Poona, with no one from the Mandali near Me, but thirty or forty of the hostile group may be there, and they will not feel this Glorification and upheaval. All the rest of the world will feel it. No one of My Mandali or lovers will be near Me when I am beaten and finally stabbed.

 

"Yet I never die. I am always the Ancient One. You should all remember that God alone is real and all else is illusion.

 

"Your attending this meeting and hearing in precise and definite terms about these happenings will be worth it if all of you, or if some of you, or at least a few of you, spread the message of My love to others."

 

The above was heard in deep silence. Baba then said that from 3 o'clock, His Final Declaration would be read in all the four languages, and that from 5 o'clock, all would be free to depart and that all must depart by tomorrow noon. After lunch, all would have the opportunity to look at the Sakori pictures. They were asked not to try to embrace Baba as He left, or to garland Him, or to ask Him for anything. He asked the Western group to go up the Hill and to come down again at 3 p.m.

 

At 2:40 p.m. when everyone had assembled, Baba was outside the pandal and entered at 2:50 p.m., taking His seat. The company was told not to rise.

 

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