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Ruhi is not and does not represent the Baha’i Faith or Bahá’u’lláh, the Manifestation of God.
While Bahá’u’lláh taught unity of Faith, he never spoke of a singular teaching dogma such as Ruhi. Quite the contrary, Bahá’u’lláh advocated freedom of discussion and thought.
The principles of the strict uniform teaching method for the Baha’i Faith called Ruhi are based on the harsh instructional disciplines of Marxist liberation theology that has roots in the jungles of South America. The teaching method was copied, adapted and espoused by Farzam Arbab, who started a personal business in Cali, Columbia – the Ruhi Institute – during the height of the cocaine activity in the area. Arbab named his endeavor “Ruhi” after his father.
Arbab – a man driven by the fundamentals of Marxism has been described as “ruthless,” “vicious,” and “vindictive” – subsequently managed to gain a seat on the Baha’i Universal House of Justice in Haifa. Once in a seat of power and influence, Arbab set about manipulating leadership and the fundamental foundations of the Baha’i Faith.
The Marxist-rooted influence of Arbab is a dark force, a test, a momentary challenge that the Baha’i Faith must overcome … and it will.