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Ahmed Hulusi

Ahmed Hulusi (born 1945 in Istanbul, Turkey) is an Islamic author from Turkey, whose works focus on philosophical and religious ideas.


  • Biography 1
  • His Perspective of Islam 2
  • Publications 3
  • External links 4
    • iTunes links 4.1


He was born on 21 January 1945 in Cerrahpasa, Istanbul, and was named Ahmed, meaning ‘highly praised’, by his mother and Hulusi, meaning ‘sincere’, by his father. He spent the first 18 years of his life not following any particular religion, believing only in ‘a Creator’. Since every time he inquired about religion, he was told “do not question, just do as you are told”, he lived a seemingly ‘irreligious’ life. Three days after his father’s death, on 10 September 1963, unable to refuse his mother’s wish, he attended Friday prayer, where he felt an immense inspiration and desire to understand the reality of religion. That same day he decided to always maintain a state of ritual purity by performing ablution and committed to performing the prescribed daily prayers (salat).

He commenced his religious education by studying the eleven volumes of Sahih al-Bukhari and the whole of the Al-Kutub al-Sittah, two collections of Sunni hadiths published by the Turkish Directorate for Religious Affairs, and a translation of the Quran by Elmalılı, one of Turkey’s most eminent Quranic scholars. He then spent two years undertaking in depth studies of the modern sciences. This was then followed by an interval of intensive spiritual diets and retreats, leading him in 1965 to write his first book Revelations (Tecelliyat). This book is particularly significant for him, as it is an amalgamation of his unique ideas and theological viewpoints at the age of 21. Also in 1965, he journeyed alone to Mecca to fulfill his pilgrimage (hajj).

Continuing to integrate the information in the Quran with the contemporary sciences, Ahmed Hulusi bases his understanding of religion on the system and order denoted in the Quran by the One named Allah and has committed himself to “reading” reality as disclosed by Muhammad. Hulusi focuses on the underlying unity of everything and the oneness of existence, which he refers to as Allah. He stresses understanding the spirit of the Qur'an and the Sunnah rather than taking them out of context. He shares his findings through his writings, all of which are available for free on his website. Having studied preeminent collections of Islamic Law and evaluated the works of many renowned Sufi saints (wali) and scholars, he synthesizes his findings with scientific truths and presents them as an integrated system of rational reality.

In order to refrain from self-promotion, he has not put his surname on any of the books he has written over the last 40 years. He does not claim to be a guru or a teacher to anybody; on the contrary, he chooses to have very little contact with people, despite the large demand for and interest in his work. He was forced to put his photo on his books after a few impostors claiming to be Ahmed Hulusi started gathering and exploiting large crowds of people in Turkey.

He has never been a member of any political, social or religious organization, foundation or establishment. He has spent his life as a journalist researching Islamic mysticism, or Sufism, and the modern sciences.

Due to the 28 February 1997 ‘postmodern coup’ in Turkey, Ahmed Hulusi and his wife, Cemile, moved to London, where they lived for a year, before settling in the USA, where they reside today.

His Perspective of Islam

He considers his teachings a spiritual understanding of Islam in a modern context. Based on Muhammad's teachings and eminent Sufi authors like Abdul Karim Jili, Abdul-Qadir Gilani, Muhyiddin ibn-Arabi, Imami Ghazali, and İbrahim Hakkı Erzurumi, he denies the idea of a deity/god to worship, claiming there is no separate external god, there is only the One, referred to as Allah in the Qur'an. His principle has always been, “Do not be a blind follower of anyone. In the light of Muhammad’s teachings, choose and walk your own path in life independently.” He recommends that people re-evaluate the original teachings of Muhammad and the Quran in the light of science, without depending on any intermediary forces. Every individual has the right, indeed, is obliged, to directly interact with the teachings of the universal system through Muhammad and shape their lives accordingly.

Due to the nature of the universal system revealed to Muhammad, jobs and positions of a religious nature are illegitimate. The only person one must follow is Muhammad. Because of this, Ahmed Hulusi does not encourage anyone to become his ‘follower’. He prefers to live a relatively reclusive life in his small town and advises people to question his teachings and to do their own research. He says, “Don’t believe me; find and verify the truth for yourself.”

As long as they remain faithful to the original, all his works can be printed and distributed for free. All his works can be accessed and downloaded at



  • Decoding the Quran
  • Prologue to Decoding Quran on the iBookstore
  • The Essence of Man also available on the iBookstore
  • Muhammad's Allah also available on the iBookstore
  • The Beautiful Names also available on the iBookstore
  • The Observing One also available on the iBookstore
  • Universal Mysteries also available on the iBookstore
  • The Truth of Life also available on the iBookstore
  • Know Yourself also available on the iBookstore
  • Spirit Man Jinn also available on the iBookstore
  • Revelations also available on the iBookstore
  • The Power of prayer


  • Unity Versus Multiplicity
  • Enjoy The Experience
  • The Night of Power (Laylat al-Qadr)
  • What is Dhikr
  • Holographic Universe of Your Mind
  • Does Creation Determine Knowledge?
  • Universal Essence Our Essence
  • Concept of Man
  • Key to Knowing
  • Quantum Leap
  • Data Storage
  • Observation of the Essence
  • Reality or a Dream
  • High Matter
  • In Our Brain
  • The Spirit of the System
  • EqualsoWe are
  • The Letter B
  • Act on What You Believe
  • The Truth about Islam
  • Does the Divine Truth ever Worship?
  • The Discretion of the One
  • The Will of the One
  • Mankind is Asleep
  • The Divine Truth
  • What is the Spirit
  • The Human Spirit
  • The Structure of the Jinns
  • The Descent of Angels
  • The Duties of the Angels
  • The Relationship between the Brain and Spirituality
  • The Antichrist
  • Is it Angelic Inspiration or Satanic Temptation?
  • Jinns Controlling Human Beings
  • Dealing with Jinns and Witchcraft


Ahmed Hulusi's channel on YouTube

External links

  • / Ahmed Hulusi's website in English
  • / scientific facts which support Ahmed Hulusi's books and thoughts video links
  • Ahmed Hulusi's Twitter account

iTunes links

  • Decoding the Quran app in Turkish
  • Du'a and Dhikr app in Turkish
  • The Beautiful Names / The Divine Names app in Turkish
  • From Friend to Friend app in Turkish
  • Quran recording in Arabic
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