B. Fore-knowledge of Perfect Masters (Qutubs or Sadgurus) depends on the everlasting indivisible experience:
(a) Everlasting = without break in continuity;
(b) Everlasting = No scope for past, present and future to determine themselves even relatively.
Thus it is that Perfect Masters and Avatars assert: "I know everything."
It is due to their everlasting indivisible experience that there is no scope left for anything other than their infinite, indivisible, omnipresent, all-pervading individual Self (The Existence Eternal) . . .
"I know everything. This means I know the past, the present and the future. This means I know how many births you have taken in the past, how many you will take in the future and I know what you will think when you are born after one million births. I know it in this Eternal Now of mine. This is the meaning of all-knowing."
Baba asked the time. (11 o'clock) "See how we are all concerned with watches and time in illusion! But when we go beyond illusion there is no time, no space. It is eternal bliss.
"Let us have music," Baba said. Magda Lena Alvarado, 8, recited a poem about a rainy day. Mrs. Hutchins asked if this is the anniversary of Pentecost and what is its significance. Baba refused to answer any question: "It is better not to answer that."
Baba said about Harry Kenmore: He has a very good heart. He is 100 per cent for Baba, and is the only man to whom Mehera was permitted to speak for 5 minutes. I have not permitted Mehera to speak to any man. Harry, what did you feel about Mehera?"
Harry replied: “Mehera radiates love and purity. I felt she was the exact feminine counterpart of Baba." Baba turned and gave him a kiss.
Then the record of "Begin the Beguine" was played; Baba said it had an eternal meaning. He beat the time with his fingers on the arm of his chair. "I always hear this record at Nariman's place when I go to Bombay."