Extremist Shiites: The Ghulat Sects

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Syracuse University Press, 1 févr. 1988 - 606 pages
 

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It is clear that the author take his ideas from a simple people.
All he tells us in this book are some legendes and stories about Imams of Shiites telled by inhabitants of villages.
The book is a
very superficials ideas.
(see the book of the French Henry Corbin - Part of Chaïkhis) to understand more about Ahl Al Tawhîd.
 

Table des matières

The Shabak
1
The Bektashis
10
The Safawis and Kizilbash
21
The Bektashis the Kizilbash and the Shabak
36
The Ghulats Trinity
50
The Miraculous Attributes of
66
The Family of the Prophet
77
Religious Hierarchy
88
The Jam
231
The Role of Ali
245
Ancient Period
255
Middle Period
267
Under the French Mandate
280
Rise to Political Power
292
The Concept of God
311
The Apotheosis of Ali
324

The Twelve Imams
92
The Abdal
110
Rituals and Ceremonies
120
Social Customs
144
Religious Books
152
The Bajwan and Ibrahimiyya
163
The SarliyyaKakaiyya
168
Origin and Identity
185
Cosmology and Cosmogony
194
Founder of the AhliHaqq
214
The Cult of Dawud
224
Shamsis and Qamaris
337
The Twelve Imams
352
Metempsychosis
362
Initiation
372
The Nusayris Sunnites and Twelver Shiites
409
Pagan Christian and Islamic Elements in the Beliefs
419
Armenian Elements in the Beliefs of the Kizilbash Kurds
432
Notes
449
Bibliography
535
Index
565
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