Kumpulan Hikmah Pancalaku (818)



Hikmah #8171

“White highland goat is linked to

Iron Fisted- Deer-like Lion-tailed

Unicorn Qilin rare Kung Fu Style.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi (1395AH – )


Hikmah #8172

“White eagle is related

to Eagle Kung Fu Style.”

~ Yos Hadi (1395AH – )


Hikmah #8173

“Calm Yos Hadi Hudawwud

Kasanpuro doesn’t practice

the physical exercise of the

kung fu styles but apply the

primary tactics and wisdom

behind those kung fu styles

to mobilize secreted awliya

aiding souls across nations

proficiently and effectively

only if Allahu Qadir orders.”

~ Yos W Hadi ( 1395AH – )


Hikmah #8174

“Spiritual leaders do not only

need to be spiritual wise but

also strategic universal wise.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( 1395AH – )


Hikmah #8175

“Besides the already known eight

animal signs, there are four other

animal signs which signify further

instinctive reflexes of Hudawwud.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi ( 1395AH – )


Hikmah #8176

“Those additional four signs are

White Brahman Ox, white Owl,

white Swan, white Asil Rooster.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi ( 1395AH – )


Hikmah #8177

“When the Yin and Yang of all

those twelve animal signs are

harmoniously fully integrated

then it will be represented by

the sign of the white-winged

Asil-Kuhaylan Arabian horse.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( 1395AH – )


Hikmah #8178

“Asil Kuhaylan stallion was the

horse of Ishmael and its mare

was among the fortunate five

mares blessed by the prayer

of the last and holy prophet

Sayyidina Muhammad (sws).”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( 1395AH – )


Hikmah #8179

“White winged Asil Kuhaylan

stallion never ever wants to

harm anyone, yet it is brave

in guarding good souls, and

also fearless in self defense.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( 1395AH – )


Hikmah #8180

“Lovers who do fanafi-hadi

in Hudawwud used to see

that white winged stallion

for it represents the most

beautiful basic instinctual

hidden reflex of Yos Hadi

Hudawwud Kasanpuro III.”

~ Yos Hadi ( 1395AH – )


“By the galloping, panting horses, striking sparks of fire ?with their hoofs?, launching raids at dawn, stirring up ?clouds of? dust, and penetrating into the heart of enemy lines!”

( Surat Al-‘Adiyat verse 1-5 )

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