June 4, 1959
(Letter to Mother from Satprem)
Rameswaram, June 4, 1959
Regarding X's predictions which I mentioned in yesterday's letter, X said something untranslatable which meant, “Let us see Mother's reactions” – for I told him that I had written it all to you. Then he said, “There are several other secret matters which I shall tell you.” And he added, by way of example, “I shall tell WHERE the atomic bombs will be dropped.” So if these things interest you, or if you see or feel anything, perhaps it would be good to express your interest in a letter to me which I would translate for X. Spontaneously, I emphasized to X that it would undoubtedly facilitate your work to have details. But it is better that these things come from you, should you see any use in it.
As for me, X said, “Something will happen.”
I need you, Sweet Mother.
Satprem, my very dear child, yesterday evening I received your second letter dated the 4th.
Regarding my mantra, I began repeating it yesterday before receiving your letter, and I felt that it was all right. So if X makes no alterations, it is not necessary to send it back to me. I receive the force X gives me without paper.
I do not know if it is an illusion, but on several occasions I felt that if X says this mantra, it will cure his fever.
As for the predictions, I am extremely interested. Tell this to X, and also that details of this kind are a great help in my work, for they give physical clues enabling a greater precision in the action. Needless to say, I will be very grateful for any indications he may wish to give me.
For you, my dear child, it is true that “something must happen and will happen.” Will you please tell X on my behalf that I will participate with all my power in what he wants to undertake. He will understand.
I am with you and wish to repeat to you: infinite is the Grace and invincible is the Love; be confident and will the victory, for this is what X means by your collaboration.