The only source used in the preparation of this website is the Collection of Risale-i Nur by Bediuzzaman Said Nursi. The proof that have been made here is explanations of some certain parts of Risale-i Nur Collection. However, it is crucial to note that these explanations were performed with our inadequate understanding and narrow perspective and it is far from maintaining the depth and richness of the original content of the masterpiece. If there is a semantic shift due to the wording or expressions, all mistakes completely belong to us.  In this respect, we strongly recommend you read the original book collection. The original piece of the work which gave inspiration to this website named  “The Twenty-Third Flash” or “On Nature” can be found here. It is beginning with this sentence: “This treatise puts naturalistic atheism to death with no chance of reanimation, and totally shatters the foundation stones of unbelief.”

The thought that prompted us to prepare this website is to help these priceless truths which (with the words of Bediuzzaman) “broke the backbone of atheism and disbelief” to be heard by the people who seek the plain truth. Today, some people are  deliberately putting out their own mental delusions as if they are scientific data or facts that have been accepted by everyone. Although these fake scientists  (it would be insulting the real ones, if we call these men as scientists) are hiding behind their pseudo-science, they do not hesitate using the mass media to publish their fossil dogma. While these people present their darkest superstitions under the guise of science (which are in fact completely against of real science and logic) it would be unfair if we did not tell about this treasure to the world and if we did not use a diamond sword like Risale-i Nur.





"Belief is both light and strength. Yes, one who acquires true belief may challenge the whole universe and be saved from the pressure of events in accordance with the strength of his belief. Saying, "I place my trust in God," he travels through the mountainous waves of events in the ship of life in complete safety. He entrusts all his burdens to the hand of power of the Absolutely Powerful One, voyages through the world in ease, then takes his rest in the Intermediate Realm. Later he may fly up to Paradise in order to enter eternal happiness. Otherwise, if he does not rely on God, rather than flying, the burdens of the world will drag him down to the lowest of the low."