Mystery Of The Black Stone Hajar Aswad In Mecca

Hajar Aswad is a rock set into the eastern corner of the Kaaba, the ancient building located in the center of the Grand Mosque in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. Neil Armstrong has proved that the city of Mecca is the center of the planet Earth. This fact has been investigated through a scientific study. When Neil Armstrong for the first time traveled into space and took pictures of the planet Earth, it said that: "The planet Earth is hanging in a very dark area, who hangs it?" Moreover, the astronauts also have discovered that the planet Earth emits some sort of radiation.

Mystery of the Black Stone Hajar Aswad in Mecca
Hajar Aswad Stone

They officially announced it on the Internet. Unfortunately, 21 days later the website was missing which seemed there was a hidden reason for the removal of the website. After doing further research, it turns out that the radiation is centered in the city of Mecca, precisely derived from Ka’ba. Surprisingly, the radiation is infinite. The Muslim researchers believe that this radiation has characteristics and connects between Ka’ba on the planet Earth and the Ka’ba in the afterlife.

In the middle between the North Pole and the South Pole, there is an area called Zero Magnetism Area. It means that if we use the compass in the area, then the compass needle will not move at all because of the same magnitude of attraction between the two poles. That is why if people who live in Mecca will live longer, healthier, and less affected by many gravitational forces. Therefore when we surround the Ka’ba, we never get tired as if we are re-charged by a mysterious energy and this is a scientifically proven fact.

The other research reveals that the black stone Hajar Aswad Stone is the oldest stone in the world and can also float in the water. In a museum in England, there are three pieces of stone (from Ka’ba). The museum also says that the boulders are not from our solar system. In one of his speeches, Rasulullah SAW said, "Hajar Aswad was descended from heaven, the color is whiter than milk, and the sons of the children of Adam's grandson who made it black. (Jami al-Tirmidhi al-Hajj (877)).

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