Time & Location
30 Oct 2021, 14:00 – 16:00
Rumi's Cave, Carlton Vale, London NW6 5HG, UK
About The Event
Al-Ghaib is an Arabic expression used to convey that something is concealed (unseen). It is an important concept in Islam, encompassing not only the realm of the divine, including angels, paradise, and hell, but also future events, which only God knows.
Spatial dimensions and unseen reality, important in both science and religion, are areas that have perennially fascinated human beings. The quest for truth, in these and other areas, is best realised when both empirical investigations and divine revelations are wisely utilised. The human race lives in and perceives a three-dimensional world, but the existence of at least one additional (unseen) dimension continues to intrigue humankind.
Learn more about the Islamic concept of the unseen dimension, its importance within our religion understanding of existence and reality.