Kumpulan Hikmah Pancalaku (688)

PART SIX HUNDRED EIGHTY EIGHT

 

Hikmah #6870

“Walisongo are not only enriched by

Ma’rufiyya, Junaydiya, Qushayriyaa,

and Ghazaliya but also by Najmudin

al-Kubra with his Kubrawiyya Lataif

and meditation tariqa which makes

Walisongo so very powerful and its

secret is passed on by Sunan Muria

to Nur Wasilah Hudawwud through

the channel of 14 masters between

Sunan Muria and silent Hudawwud

 

1.   Prophet Muhammad (s)

2.   Ali Ibn Abi Talib

3.   Hasan al-Basri

4.   Habib al-‘Ajami al-Farsi

5.   Dawud Ibn Nusayr al-Ta’i

6.   Ma’ruf Ibn Fairuz al-Karkhi

7.   Abu’l Hasan al-Sirri Saqti

8.   Junayd al-Baghdadi Shafii

9.   Abu Bakr Shibli al-Maliki

10. Abu’l Qasim al-Nasrabadi

11. Abu Ali Hasan al-Daqqaq

12. Abdul Karim al-Qushayri

13. Abu Ali al-Fadl al-Farmadi

14. Abu Hamid al-Ghazzali (1058-1111)

15. Majd al-Din Ahmad Ghazzali (1061-1126)

16. Abdul Qadir Suhrawardi (1097-1168)

17. Ruzbihan al-Wazzan al-Misri (1188)

18. Ammar ibn Yasir al-Bidlisi (died 1200)

19. Najmudin al-Kubra (1145-1220)

20. Majd al-Din Bagdadi (died 1220)

21. Najmudin Daya Razi (1177-1256)

22. Abdul Rahman Isfarayani (died 1295)

23. Ala’ud-Daula Simnani (1261-1336)

24. Mir Sayyid Ali Hamdani Shafi’i (1314-1384)

25. Jumadil Kubra (died in Trowulan, 1374)

26. Malik Ibrahim al-Kashan Gresik (died 1419)

27. Sunan Ampel (1400-1481)

28. Sunan Bonang (1445-1525)

29. Sunan Drajat (1460-1522)

30. Sunan Kudus (died 1550)

31. Sunan Gunungjati ( – 1569 )

32. Raden Said Sunan Kalijaga

33. Umar Said Sunan Muria

34. Panembahan Jogodipo

35. Ki Ageng Reksokusumo

36. Ki Sedo Kambang

37. Ki Teleng Joko Kusumo

38. Ki Mertokusumo

39. Ki Honggokusumo

40. Kyai Besari

41. Kyai Basyariyah

42. Kyai Maklum Ulama

43. Kyai Mustaram

44. Kyai Muhammad

45. Ki Onggoleksono

46. Ki Jayanadi ad-Darveshi

47. Ki Wangsa Jayanadi (1930 -2006)

48. Hudawwud Huwaduud (1975 – ).”

~ Yos Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #6871

“Onggoleksono and Jayanadi are

the two kashf great grandfathers

of Muhammad Hadi Hudawwud.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi ( 1395AH – )

 

“Say (O Muhammad): ‘This is my way: I call (people) to God with insight, I and those who follow me.'”

( Surat Yusuf verse 108 )

 

Hikmah #6872

“Hudawwud is a Walisongo-Jayanadiya

by birth and he is also one of the many

Hadi of the Revered Hadi Golden Chain.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #6873

“Walisongo-Jayanadiya means that the

Walisongo spiritual line of Hudawwud

is linked through his ancestor Jayanadi.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #6874

“Jayanadi means Victorious Channel,

which is also a name of a Rijal Ghayb.”

~ Yos Hadi (Moharram 5, 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #6875

“Hudawwudi worldwide can take spiritual

benefits through the Walisongo Jayanadi

chain and through the Hadi Chain or may

choose one of them and receive endless

spiritual benefits thru fanafi-hudawwud.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )

 

“Follow those who ask no reward (nor praise) of you (for themselves), and they are [rightly] guided.”

( Surat Yaa-Siin verse 21 )

 

Hikmah #6876

“Hudawwud is spiritually connected

to the Ilm al-Ladunni of Walisongo

through his ancestor Jayanadi and

he is traditionally connected to the

the spirit of Walisongo through his

grandfather Kasanpuro, who is the

son of Onggoleksono and also the

son-in-law of the ascetic Jayanadi

 

1. Prophet Muhammad (s)

2. Ali Ibn Abi Talib

3. Hasan al-Basri

4. Habib al-‘Ajami al-Farsi

5. Dawud Ibn Nusayr al-Ta’i

6. Ma’ruf Ibn Fairuz al-Karkhi

7. Abu’l Hasan al-Sirri Saqti

8. Junayd al-Baghdadi Shafii

9. Abu Bakr Shibli al-Maliki

10. Abu’l Qasim al-Nasrabadi

11. Abu Ali Hasan al-Daqqaq

12. Abdul Karim al-Qushayri

13. Abu Ali al-Fadl al-Farmadi

14. Abu Hamid al-Ghazzali (1058-1111)

15. Majd al-Din Ahmad Ghazzali (1061-1126)

16. Abdul Qadir Suhrawardi (1097-1168)

17. Ruzbihan al-Wazzan al-Misri (1188)

18. Ammar ibn Yasir al-Bidlisi (died 1200)

19. Najmudin al-Kubra (1145-1220)

20. Majd al-Din Bagdadi (died 1220)

21. Najmudin Daya Razi (1177-1256)

22. Abdul Rahman Isfarayani (died 1295)

23. Ala’ud-Daula Simnani (1261-1336)

24. Mir Sayyid Ali Hamdani Shafi’i (1314-1384)

25. Jumadil Kubra (died in Trowulan, 1374)

26. Malik Ibrahim al-Kashan Gresik (died 1419)

27. Sunan Ampel (1400-1481)

28. Sunan Bonang (1445-1525)

29. Sunan Drajat (1460-1522)

30. Sunan Kudus (died 1550)

31. Gunungjati (1448-1569)

32. Raden Said Sunan Kalijaga

33. Sultan Abdul Arifin Trenggono

34. Pangeran Timur Ronggo Jumeno

35. Raden Mas Tangsang Hurawan

36. Pangeran Haryo Hurawan

37. Kyai Semin I al-Madiuni

38. Kyai Semin II al-Madiuni

39. Kyai Semin III al-Madiuni

40. Kyai Semin IV al-Madiuni

41. Kyai Djodo al-Madiuni

42. Kyai Ngarib al-Madiuni

43. Kasan Basari al-Madiuni

44. Kyai Muhammad al-Madiuni

45. Ki Onggoleksono al-Madiuni

46. Kasanpuro al-Madiuni (died 1949)

47. Kasanpuro II al-Madiuni (born 1948)

48. Hudawwud Huwaduud (Kasanpuro III).”

~ Wiyoso Hadi (Moharram 5, 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #6877

“Sultan Trenggono is a descendant of

the Prophet Muhammad (s) thru the

ancestry of his maternal grandfather

Sunan Ampel Raden Ali Rahmatullah.”

~ Yos Hadi (Moharram 5, 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #6878

“Sultan Trenggono was not an ulema

but he assisted greatly Walisongo in

spreading Iman, Islam, Ihsan in Java

and so did also his truthful brave son

Ronggo Jumeno who is a waliyullah

and also the first Regent of Madiun.”

~ Yos Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #6879

“Sultan Ahmad Abdul Arifin Trenggono

was not a spiritual master but through

his lineage many waliyullah were born

including his bold son Pangeran Timur

Ronggo Jumeno, the leader of Madiun.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi (Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #6880

“Pangeran Timur is the

birth name of Ronggo

Jumeno which means

literally Prince of East.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi

 

“Say, “O Allah, Owner of Sovereignty, You give sovereignty to whom You will and You take sovereignty away from whom You will. You honor whom You will and You humble whom You will. In Your hand is [all] good. Indeed, You are over all things competent.”

( Surat Aa’li I’mraan verse 26 )

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